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B.W. Ife, Domenico Scarlatti. London (Novello Short Biographies), 1985.
Charles Burney, A General History of Music, ed. F. Mercer. London, 1952, vol. ii, p. 704.
?I prevailed on him once to touch an organ at Byfield’s the organ-builder, but his nerves were then so unstrung that he could execute but few of the learned ideas which his mental disorder had left him… In his younger days, when he enjoyed the mens sana in corpore sano, he was regarded as having a power of seizing the parts and spirit of a score and executing the most difficult Music at sight beyond any musician in Europe? (ii, 705-6). Burney plaatst de ?occasional insanity? van Roseingrave vanaf 1737, toen hij ontheven werd uit zijn post in de St. George.
(Ierse) flemende en leugenachtige spreektrant.
Stith Thompson, Motif-Index of Folk Literature. Bloomington, Indiana, 1955-58, section H503. In het vervolg worden verwijzingen naar Stith Thompson tussen haken in de tekst aangegeven.
Myles Dillon, The Cycles of the Kings. Oxford, 1946, p. 94.
G.A. Grierson, Linguistic Survey of India. Calcutta, 1904, vol. VI, pp. 48-49.
Eugene O’Curry, On the Manners and Customs of the Ancient Irish. Dublin, 1873, vol. ii, p. 329.
Dillon, Cycles, p. 50.
Theia mania, Plato’s beschrijving in Phaedrus 245a.
I.M. Boberg, Motif-Index of Early Icelandic Literature, Copenhagen, 1966, p. 214 vermeldt 38 voorbeelden van dit motief alleen al in de IJslandse literatuur.
John Mainwaring, Memoirs of the Life of the Late George Frederic Handel. London, 1760, pp. 59-62. De passage is volledig opgenomen in Ralph Kirkpatrick, Domenico Scarlatti. Princeton, 1953, p. 33.
Jos? Mazza, Dicon?rio biogr?fico de m?sicos portugueses. Lisbon, 1944-45, p. 32. Geciteerd door Kirkpatrick, Domenico Scarlatti, p. 73.