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ISNI: 
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Name: 
N. T
N. T, Nahum Tate
Nahum Tate (British poet)
Nahum Tate (britisk poet)
Nahum Tate (Brits auteur)
Nahum Tate (brittisk poet)
Nahum Tate (englischer Dichter)
Nahum Tate (poeta angielski)
T, N.
T, Nahum Tate
Tate
Tate, N.
Tate (Nahum)
Tate, Nahum (Mr)
Teate (Nahum)
Teĭt, N.
Tejt, N.
נחום טייט
ناحوم تيت
Dates: 
1652-1715
Creation class: 
Computer file
Language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
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Creation role: 
author
contributor
librettist
Related names: 
Brady, Nicholas (1659-1726)
Cokain, Aston (1608-1684; Sir))
Dryden, John (1631-1700)
Esswood, Paul (1942-)
Hodkinson, Sydney (1934-)
Purcell, Henry (1659-1695)
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)
Tate, Nahum (1652-1715))
Triemer, Johann Sewald (c. 1700-1762.)
Watts, Isaac
Titles: 
Absalom and Achitophel. Part 2
Bible
Bijbel.
Birthday ode for Queen Mary
blessed virgin's expostulation, The
Book of common prayer.
Brutus of Alba or the enchanted lovers
Carols for Christmas.
collection of psalms and hymns for publick worship., A
Come ye sons of art away
congratulatory poem, on Her Majesties happy recovery and return to meet her Parliament. By Mr. Tate, poet-laureat., A
congratulatory poem on the new Parliament assembled on this great conjuncture of affairs. By N. Tate, A
congratulatory poem, to the Right Honourable Richard Earl Rivers, A : upon His Lordship's expedition. Written by Mr. Tate.
congratulatory poem, to the Right Honourable Richard Earl Rivers upon His Lordship's expedition. Written by Mr. Tate., A
Coriolanus
Court of love, a tale from Chaucer
devil of a duke or, Trapolin's vagaries. A (farcical ballad) opera, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. To which is prefix'd the musick to each song., The
Dido and Aeneas
Didon & Aeneas choreographic opera
Didon et Énée
duke and no duke. A farce. As it is now acted at both theatres with universal applause. Written originally by Sir Aston Cokain, and since revived with considerable alterations., A
duke and no duke As it is acted by His Majesty's servants. To which is now added, a preface concerning farce: ... By N. Tate., A
Dydona i Eneasz
essay for promoting of psalmody., An
Heidelbergh catechism of the reformed christian religion
history of King Lear
History of King Richard the Second acted at the Theatre royal, under the name of «the Sicilian usurper», with a prefatory epistle in vindication of the author occasion'd by the prohibition of this play on the stage
hymn to be sung by the charity-children of the parish of St. Brides on Sunday the 14th of December 1712, when the Right Reverend William Lord Bishop of Chester, will preach in the morning, and the Reverend Dr. Smalridge, ... in the afternoon., An
ingratitude of a common-wealth
Ingratitude of a commonwealth or, The fall of Caius Martius Coriolanus
Injur'd love, or, The cruel husband
Ira : per soprano e orchestra : su testi di N. Tate, Racine e Ovidio (2007)
island princess
King Richard II
Loyal general, a tragedy...
Macbeth a tragedy, as it is now acted at the New theatre of Edinburgh
métamorphoses
muse's memorial of the happy recovery of the Right Honourable Richard Earl of Burlington from a dangerous sickness, in the year 1706, a congratulary poem. With an account of the present state of poetry. By N. Tate., The
Music for plays & masques
New version of the psalms of david
Nosce teipsum [from old catalog]
Ode zum Geburtstag von Queen Mary
oration, anthems and poems, spoken and sung at the performance of divine musick... Printed for Henry Playford ..., The
original, nature, and immortality of the soul. A poem. With an introduction concerning human knowledge., The
Panacea
penman's magazine:, The
poem occasioned by the late discontents & disturbances in the state, 1691:, A
Poems by several hands, and on several occasions.
poetical works of Abraham Cowley ... (In four volumes) From the text of Dr. Sprat, &c. with the life of the author ..., The
Psalter
Ragguaglio della solenne comparsa fatta in Rome.
Satirae.
Second part of Absalom and Achitophel a poem
Selected writings of the laureate dunces, Nahum Tate (laureate 1692-1715), Laurence Eusden (1718-1730) and Colley Cibber (1730-1757)
Shakespeare adaptations: The tempest, The mock tempest, and King Lear.
song for the New-Year 1708 Set by Mr. Eccles master of Her Majesty's musick. The words by Mr. Tate poet-laureat to Her Majesty., The
Trappolin creduto principe.
triumph, or warriours welcome a poem on the glorious successes of the last year. With the Ode for New-Year's Day, 1705. By Mr. Tate., The
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