But the monody never appeared: the poet died, his young wife too.
In 1797 lines 5-10 were restored to the Man of Ross and omitted from the monody.
To censure it in a monody or Sonnet is almost as absurd as to dislike a circle for being round.
The first eight lines are included in the monody on Chatterton.
“monody on the Death of Chatterton,” written by Coleridge in 1790, at the age of eighteen.
He thought well of 'The monody,' and warmly advised me to publish it.
Milton's "Lycidas" is a monody on the death of the poet's friend, Edward King.
First attempts in the Recitative style, in the melodious song for a single voice (monody) and in the Concertante style.
The feature of this dramatic-musical novelty was its musica-parlante—a species of monody, or declamation, claimed to be la Grec.
Slander attributed the finest passage in this monody to Tickell, just as it had before attributed Tickells bad farce to Sheridan.