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A Handful Of Libertine Limericks. B1. Ovid: The Art Of Love (Book III). Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.Libertine Limericks And Other Ribaldries, Bawdries And Conceits (LP, Album, RE). Offbeat Records (3). 4020.
Benjamin Franklin; Advice On The Choice Of A Mistress. A Handful Of Limericks. My Boy, You May Take It From Me (From "Ruddigore"). Ovid; The Art Of Love (Book 3). Some Aphorisms Of Oscar Wilde. Apuleius; The Deciets Of A Woman (From The Golden Ass). Robert Herrick; Upon The Nipples Of Julia's Breast. Boccaccio; Putting The Devil In Hell. Off-Beat Records (2).
William Martyn-Green (22 April 1899 – 8 February 1975), better known as Martyn Green, was an English actor and singer. He is best known for his work as principal comedian in the Gilbert & Sullivan comic operas, which he performed and recorded with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company and other troupes. After army service in World War I, Green studied singing and began to perform in musical theatre. Riverside Records Album 7001 (Bill Grauer Productions, In. titled Libertine Limericks and other Ribaldries, Bawderies and Conceits. "Songs of Sense & Nonsense – Tell It Again", Angel Records, cat. 65041 (1957).
Limericks I cannot compose, With noxious smells in my nose. But this one was easy, I only felt queasy, Because I was sniffing my toes. There once was a man from Peru, Who had a lot of growing up to do. He'd ring a doorbell, then run like hell, Until the owner shot him with . 2. There was an odd fellow named Gus, When travelling he made such a fuss. He bought for his daughter, A tutor who taught her, To balance green peas on her fork. I'd rather have Fingers than Toes, I'd rather have Ears than a Nose. And as for my Hair, I'm glad it's all there, I'll be awfully said, when it goes. There was an enchanting young bride, Who ate many green apples and died. The apples fermented, inside the lamented, and made cider inside her inside. There once was a man from kanass, Who's nuts were made out of brass. in stormy weather, he'd clack them together, and lightning shot out of his ass.
Collection of Limericks by Edward Lear (1812-1888). Most are from A Book of Nonsense published in 1846. Collection of Limericks by Edward Lear (1812-1888).
Limericks may have been named after a town in Ireland, but they have now become universal - and there is a wealth of examples with a Scottish flavour! Here's substantial selection. An indolent cleric frae May His roses allowed to decay. His wife, more alert, Bought a powerful squirt And said to her spouse : "Let us spray". An elderly man called Keith Mislaid his set of false teeth - They'd been laid on a chair, He'd forgot they were there, Sat down - and was bitten beneath . And if you hate them you enjoy jokes (or limericks) at their expense. There was a dour Scot from Auld Reekie, Whose bagpipes were tuneless and squeaky. When they begged, "Stop that noise!"
Many of these have read limericks, laughed at limericks, or even tried to write their own limericks.
|A1||Ovid: The Art Of Love (Book II)|
|A2||Silentariaius: The Virgin Mistress|
|A3||Benjamin Franklin: Advice On The Choice Of A Mistress|
|A4||A Handful Of Libertine Limericks|
|B1||Ovid: The Art Of Love (Book III)|
|B2||Some Aphorisms Of Oscar Wilde|
|B3||Apuleius: The Deciets Of A Woman (From The Golden Ass)|
|B4||Robert Herrick: Upon The Nipples Of Julia's Breast|
|B5||Boccaccio: Putting The Devil In Hell (From The Decameron)|
|B6||Bassus: Strictly For The Gods|
- Design – Ken Deardoff
- Engineer – Jack Higgins
- Liner Notes – Louis Untermeyer
- Producer, Edited By – Barrett Clark, Bill Grauer
- Read By – Martyn Green
NotesReissue of Martyn Green - A Treasury Of Ribaldry, with the addition of track B6
Selections from the anthology, A Treasury of Ribaldry, edited by Louis Untermeyer (published by Hanover House).
|RLP 7001||Martyn Green||A Treasury Of Ribaldry (LP)||Riverside Records||RLP 7001||US||1956|
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