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" Ah me ! what hand can touch the string so fine ? Who up the lofty diapason roll Such sweet, such sad, such solemn airs divine, Then let them down again into the soul... "
The Kilmarnock mirror, and literary gleaner - Page 290
1819
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Century Readings for a Course in English Literature

John William Cunliffe, James Francis Augustin Pyre, James Francis Augustine Pyre, Karl Young - English literature - 1910 - 1176 pages
...The god of winds drew sounds of deep delight ; Whence, with just cause, the harp of -SLolus it hight. Ah me! what hand can touch the string so fine? Who...them down again into the soul? Now rising love they fanned ; now pleasing dole They breathed, in tender musings, through the heart ; And now a graver sacred...
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English Poetry and Prose of the Romantic Movement

George Benjamin Woods - England - 1916 - 1604 pages
...strings so fine? Who up the lofty diapasan1 roll Such sweet, such sad, such solemn airs divine, 39° e lot be cast With much resemblance of the past, 5S Thy worn fanned ; now pleasing dole They breathed, in tender musings, through the heart; And now a graver sacred...
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The Library of Poetry and Song, Volume 3

William Cullen Bryant - American poetry - 1925 - 412 pages
...The god of winds drew sounds of deep delight : Whence, with just cause, the harp of jEolus it hight. Ah me ! what hand can touch the string so fine ? Who...them down again into the soul : Now rising love they fanned ; now pleasing dole They breathed, in tender musings, through the heart ; And now a graver sacred...
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Poems on Several Occasions: Written in the Eighteenth Century

Kathleen Winifred Campbell - Poetry - 1926 - 220 pages
...Effect here described. XLI Ah me ! what Hand can touch the Strings so fine ? Who up the lofty Diapasan roll Such sweet, such sad, such solemn Airs divine,...them down again into the Soul ? Now rising Love they fan'd ; now pleasing Dole They breath'd, in tender Musings, through the Heart ; And now a graver sacred...
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Heath Readings in the Literature of England

Tom Peete Cross, Clement Tyson Goode - English literature - 1927 - 1432 pages
...Beyond each mortal touch the most refined, The god of winds drew sounds of deep delight : 125 band; strikes one. We take no note of time But from its...an angel spoke, 1 feel the solemn sound. If heard 130 Now rising love they fanned ; now pleasing dole They breathed, in tender musings, through the heart;...
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Annales de Bretagne, Volume 15

Brittany (France) - 1900 - 738 pages
...just cause, The Harp of Aeolus it hight. Ah me ! what hand can touch thé string so fine ? Who up thé lofty diapason roll Such sweet, such sad, such solemn airs divine, Then let them down again into thé soûl ? I\~ow rising love they fanned ; now pleasing dole They breathed, in tender musings, thro'...
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Instruments and the Imagination

Thomas L. Hankins, Robert J. Silverman - Mathematics - 1999 - 358 pages
...Harp of Aeolus it hight. Ah me! what Hand can touch the Strings so fine? Who up the lofty Diapasan roll Such sweet, such sad, such solemn Airs divine,...them down again into the Soul? Now rising Love they fan'd; now pleasing Dole They breath'd, in tender Musings, through the Heart; And now a graver sacred...
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The Mysteries of Udolpho

Ann Radcliffe - Fiction - 2001 - 708 pages
...lute, struck with an expressive hand, and then the voice, she had formerly listened to, accompanied it. 'Now rising love they fann'd, now pleasing dole They breath'd in tender musings through the heart; And now a graver, sacred strain they stole, As when seraphic hands an hymn impart!' Emily wept in doubtful...
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The Galaxy, Volume 4

William Conant Church - American literature - 1867 - 1078 pages
...tones to the gale, swelling and softening as that rose and fell. Ah me, what hand can touch the strings sO fine ? Who up the lofty diapason roll Such sweet, such sad, such solemn airs divine, And let them down again into the soul ? This saloon of the two Minervas, Miss Seward says, contained...
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