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Canticles Collection

"Captivating Canticles: A Melodic Journey through Engravings" Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of canticles

Background imageCanticles Collection: Front Cover of Tres Moutarde (Too Much Mustard) by Cecil Macklin 1911 (colour litho)

Front Cover of Tres Moutarde (Too Much Mustard) by Cecil Macklin 1911 (colour litho)
1730804 Front Cover of Tres Moutarde (Too Much Mustard) by Cecil Macklin 1911 (colour litho) by French School, (20th century); (add.info)

Background imageCanticles Collection: Over There, c.1770-1959 (print)

Over There, c.1770-1959 (print)
3672390 Over There, c.1770-1959 (print) by Leo Feist, Inc. (1897-1934); Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois, USA; (add.info.: James Francis Driscoll collection of historical American sheet music)

Background imageCanticles Collection: The suicide. 1834 (engraving)

The suicide. 1834 (engraving)
7147161 The suicide. 1834 (engraving) by Bayard, Emile Antoine (1837-91); Private Collection; (add.info.: The suicide. Song by french poet Beranger. ( 1780-1857 ) Design by Emile Bayard

Background imageCanticles Collection: A school teacher. 1834 (engraving)

A school teacher. 1834 (engraving)
7147157 A school teacher. 1834 (engraving) by Crepon, L. (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: A school teacher. Song by Pierre Jean de Beranger ( 1780-1857 ) Design by L

Background imageCanticles Collection: Child of the West, A Highland Ballad, c.1770-1959 (print)

Child of the West, A Highland Ballad, c.1770-1959 (print)
3671835 Child of the West, A Highland Ballad, c.1770-1959 (print) by Hewitt, John Hill (1801-90); Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois

Background imageCanticles Collection: The Good Pope: Time, 1836 (illustration)

The Good Pope: Time, 1836 (illustration)
7485453 The Good Pope: Time, 1836 (illustration) by Grandville (Jean Ignace Isidore Gerard) (1803-47); (add.info.: Le Bon Pape: Le Temps)

Background imageCanticles Collection: Firth & Halls Occasional Selections of Celebrated Duets for Two Performers on One Piano Forte

Firth & Halls Occasional Selections of Celebrated Duets for Two Performers on One Piano Forte, c.1770-1959 (print)
3672031 Firth & Halls Occasional Selections of Celebrated Duets for Two Performers on One Piano Forte, c.1770-1959 (print) by Firth, Hall & Pond (1833-1847); Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois

Background imageCanticles Collection: From The Trinity Church, 1898 (painting)

From The Trinity Church, 1898 (painting)
7432284 From The Trinity Church, 1898 (painting) by Backer, Harriet (1845-1932); 1908 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Harriet Backer (1845-1932)); Photo © O. Vaering

Background imageCanticles Collection: Fill up Your Stein, 1905 (print)

Fill up Your Stein, 1905 (print)
3673901 Fill up Your Stein, 1905 (print) by Leo Feist, Inc. (1897-1934); Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois, USA; (add.info.: James Francis Driscoll collection of historical American sheet music)

Background imageCanticles Collection: The Dying Girl to her Lover! Fare thee well Love!, c.1770-1959 (print)

The Dying Girl to her Lover! Fare thee well Love!, c.1770-1959 (print)
3671819 The Dying Girl to her Lover! Fare thee well Love!, c.1770-1959 (print) by Firth, Hall & Pond (1833-1847); Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois

Background imageCanticles Collection: The Sleepy Town Express, c.1770-1959 (print)

The Sleepy Town Express, c.1770-1959 (print)
3673329 The Sleepy Town Express, c.1770-1959 (print) by Leo Feist, Inc. (1897-1934); Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois, USA; (add.info)

Background imageCanticles Collection: The old bachelor, 1836 (illustration)

The old bachelor, 1836 (illustration)
7485443 The old bachelor, 1836 (illustration) by Grandville (Jean Ignace Isidore Gerard) (1803-47); (add.info.: The old bachelor)

Background imageCanticles Collection: Scottish Musical Review (planographic print, lithograph, paper)

Scottish Musical Review (planographic print, lithograph, paper)
7443877 Scottish Musical Review (planographic print, lithograph, paper) by Mackintosh, Charles Rennie (1868-1928); Glasgow Museums, UK; (add.info.: PRINTS Scottish musical review Mackintosh)

Background imageCanticles Collection: The whiskey war in Ohio. Women singing hymns at the door of a cabaretier to force him to close shop

The whiskey war in Ohio. Women singing hymns at the door of a cabaretier to force him to close shop
5313575 The whiskey war in Ohio. Women singing hymns at the door of a cabaretier to force him to close shop, 19th century (engraving) by American School

Background imageCanticles Collection: Time, 1836 (illustration)

Time, 1836 (illustration)
7485448 Time, 1836 (illustration) by Grandville (Jean Ignace Isidore Gerard) (1803-47); (add.info.: Le Temps: illustration by Grandville (Jean Ignace Isidore Gerard) (1803-1847)

Background imageCanticles Collection: A holy man. 1866 (engraving)

A holy man. 1866 (engraving)
7147159 A holy man. 1866 (engraving) by Bayard, Emile Antoine (1837-91); Private Collection; (add.info.: A holy man. Song by Beranger, french poet ( 1780-01857 ) Design by E

Background imageCanticles Collection: Scottish Musical Review (planographic print, lithograph, paper)

Scottish Musical Review (planographic print, lithograph, paper)
7443876 Scottish Musical Review (planographic print, lithograph, paper) by Mackintosh, Charles Rennie (1868-1928); Glasgow Museums

Background imageCanticles Collection: Keep Away From the Fellow Who Owns An Automobile, 1912 (print)

Keep Away From the Fellow Who Owns An Automobile, 1912 (print)
3672557 Keep Away From the Fellow Who Owns An Automobile, 1912 (print) by Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. (early 20th century); Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois

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3672029

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3673713

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3671972

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3671999

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3673953

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3671842

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7378206

Background imageCanticles Collection: Title page. 1880 (engraving)

Title page. 1880 (engraving)
7312543 Title page. 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18, 5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Title page. in "Songs and rounds from childhood)

Background imageCanticles Collection: He gladly follows the course of his beautiful destinies. (verses 13 and 14), 1880 (engraving)

He gladly follows the course of his beautiful destinies. (verses 13 and 14), 1880 (engraving)
7312540 He gladly follows the course of his beautiful destinies. (verses 13 and 14), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: Malbrough for our defeats was sung like that. (verse 7), 1880 (engraving)

Malbrough for our defeats was sung like that. (verse 7), 1880 (engraving)
7312530 Malbrough for our defeats was sung like that. (verse 7), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: Madame sees her page, all in black. (verse 3), 1880 (engraving)

Madame sees her page, all in black. (verse 3), 1880 (engraving)
7312526 Madame sees her page, all in black. (verse 3), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18, 5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Madame sees her page, all in black)

Background imageCanticles Collection: Malbrough is going to war. (verse 1), 1880 (engraving)

Malbrough is going to war. (verse 1), 1880 (engraving)
7312523 Malbrough is going to war. (verse 1), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18, 5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Malbrough is going to war)

Background imageCanticles Collection: Dagobert is seven years old, he is teething. Later, thanks to Saint Eloi

Dagobert is seven years old, he is teething. Later, thanks to Saint Eloi, he would do his job as king very well
7312520 Dagobert is seven years old, he is teething. Later, thanks to Saint Eloi, he would do his job as king very well. (verse 7), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: Dagobert puts his panties on backwards. Saint Eloi tells him that his panties are bad

Dagobert puts his panties on backwards. Saint Eloi tells him that his panties are bad. (verse 1), 1880 (engraving)
7312513 Dagobert puts his panties on backwards. Saint Eloi tells him that his panties are bad. (verse 1), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: Couples 1 to 3, 1880 (engraving)

Couples 1 to 3, 1880 (engraving)
7312512 Couples 1 to 3, 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18, 5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Couplets 1 to 3 in "Songs and rounds from childhood)

Background imageCanticles Collection: A blacksmith shapes a crown for the young King Dagobert, 1880 (engraving)

A blacksmith shapes a crown for the young King Dagobert, 1880 (engraving)
7312511 A blacksmith shapes a crown for the young King Dagobert, 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: The Duke puts himself at the head of his guards and walks against the Tower. 1880 (engraving)

The Duke puts himself at the head of his guards and walks against the Tower. 1880 (engraving)
7312509 The Duke puts himself at the head of his guards and walks against the Tower. 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: Three scenes from 'The tower, take care' with the lyrics. 1880 (engraving)

Three scenes from "The tower, take care" with the lyrics. 1880 (engraving)
7312502 Three scenes from "The tower, take care" with the lyrics. 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: from the song 'La Mere Michel', 1880 (engraving)

from the song "La Mere Michel", 1880 (engraving)
7312499 from the song "La Mere Michel", 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18, 5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCanticles Collection: Lustucur's proposal satisfies the cat who jumps into the arms of his mistress

Lustucur's proposal satisfies the cat who jumps into the arms of his mistress. (verse 7), 1880 (engraving)
7312497 Lustucur's proposal satisfies the cat who jumps into the arms of his mistress. (verse 7), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: The nurses bandage his leg and put his arm back on (verse 7), 1880 (engraving)

The nurses bandage his leg and put his arm back on (verse 7), 1880 (engraving)
7312485 The nurses bandage his leg and put his arm back on (verse 7), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: Guilleri climbs up a tree to see his dogs run (verse 2), 1880 (engraving)

Guilleri climbs up a tree to see his dogs run (verse 2), 1880 (engraving)
7312479 Guilleri climbs up a tree to see his dogs run (verse 2), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: from the song 'Au clair de la Lune', 1880 (engraving)

from the song "Au clair de la Lune", 1880 (engraving)
7312476 from the song "Au clair de la Lune", 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18, 5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCanticles Collection: Arlequin and Leandre drink and sing while mocking Pierrot (verse 8), 1880 (engraving)

Arlequin and Leandre drink and sing while mocking Pierrot (verse 8), 1880 (engraving)
7312473 Arlequin and Leandre drink and sing while mocking Pierrot (verse 8), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: A partridge is roasting in the chimney, but Pierrot does not want to share with Arlequin

A partridge is roasting in the chimney, but Pierrot does not want to share with Arlequin (verses 3 and 4)
7312468 A partridge is roasting in the chimney, but Pierrot does not want to share with Arlequin (verses 3 and 4), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: Arlequin seeks a cottage, a basket in his arm (couplets 1 and 2), 1880 (engraving)

Arlequin seeks a cottage, a basket in his arm (couplets 1 and 2), 1880 (engraving)
7312467 Arlequin seeks a cottage, a basket in his arm (couplets 1 and 2), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: As soon as he learned, he knew how to read and write. (verses 9 and 10), 1880 (engraving)

As soon as he learned, he knew how to read and write. (verses 9 and 10), 1880 (engraving)
7312538 As soon as he learned, he knew how to read and write. (verses 9 and 10), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: He was angry so we could see him angry. (verses 7 and 8), 1880 (engraving)

He was angry so we could see him angry. (verses 7 and 8), 1880 (engraving)
7312536 He was angry so we could see him angry. (verses 7 and 8), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: Monsieur La Palisse never took off his hat without uncovering his head

Monsieur La Palisse never took off his hat without uncovering his head. (verses 3 and 4), 1880 (engraving)
7312534 Monsieur La Palisse never took off his hat without uncovering his head. (verses 3 and 4), 1880 (engraving) by Froelich, Lorentz (1820-1908); 27, 5x18

Background imageCanticles Collection: A quarter of an hour before his death, Monsieur La Palisse was still alive

A quarter of an hour before his death, Monsieur La Palisse was still alive
7312532 A quarter of an hour before his death, Monsieur La Palisse was still alive. As long as he was a child, he was not yet a man



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"Captivating Canticles: A Melodic Journey through Engravings" Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of canticles, as depicted in a series of mesmerizing engravings from 1880. Each image tells a unique story, weaving together verses and captivating scenes that transport us to another time. On the title page, we are greeted with intricate details and delicate lines that set the stage for this musical odyssey. The year 1880 marks an era where canticles held great significance, their melodies echoing through generations. In verse 13 and 14, we witness a protagonist who joyfully embraces his beautiful destinies. His path unfolds before him like a symphony waiting to be composed – an inspiring reminder to follow our own dreams fearlessly. Verse 7 introduces us to Malbrough's anthem sung during times of defeat. Its haunting melody resonates deeply within our souls, reminding us of the power music holds in healing wounds and lifting spirits. The third verse brings forth Madame's presence as she gazes upon her page dressed all in black. Through this poignant image, we glimpse into her world filled with mystery and intrigue – perhaps hinting at hidden tales yet untold. Malbrough marches off to war in verse one; his determination evident on his face as he embarks on a perilous journey. This stirring depiction captures both the bravery and sacrifice often associated with conflicts throughout history. Dagobert takes center stage in verse seven; only seven years old but already showing signs of greatness. With Saint Eloi by his side, he is destined for kingship – proving that even at such tender age, destiny can shape remarkable futures. As we explore these engravings depicting canticles from yesteryears, let us be reminded of the timeless power music possesses - its ability to evoke emotions beyond words or images alone. May these captivating scenes inspire us to embrace our own melodies and follow the harmonious path of our own destinies.