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"Luminalia" or The Festival of Light was a late Caroline era masque or "operatic show", with an English libretto by Sir William Davenant, designs by Inigo Jones, and music by composer Nicholas Lanier. Performed by Queen Henrietta Maria and her ladies in waiting on Shrove Tuesday, 6 February 1638, it was one of the last and most spectacular of the masques staged at the Stuart Court.
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by Samuel Halkett
London, 1868 LUMINALIA; or, ...
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The following song is taken from Luminalia, or the Festival of Light. A Masque, presented at Court, on Shrove Tuesday night, 1637.
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