Theodore Aylward
(1730 - 1801)

Come nymphs and fauns, where'er ye be
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Aylward's glee was used by David Garrick in his Shakespeare Jubilee at Stratford on Avon in 1769.
Lyrics: Dr. [James] Mackenzie of Worcester

Come nymphs and fauns, where'er ye be,
To this, your father's jubilee.
With a tivi, tivi, tivi, tie.

Come elves and fairies in a row,
And if you ever sung, sing now.
With a row, dow, dow, dow.

Ev'n Caliban, though void of art,
With growling bass shall bear a part.
With a ban, ban, ban, Caliban.