He loved the "pastorale" almost without knowing that he loved it.
Jahns memorandum of it is in the following words: Scherzo of the pastorale.
After this, the action languishes, Abraham dies, and the pastorale comes to an end.
By the year 1853, it was to be found pretty generally in the gardens of Belgium under the name of pastorale.
Sebastiano was playing the tune she loved, the "pastorale," but to-day she did not heed it.
And from the train they had come up here into the recesses of the hills to hear their welcome of the "pastorale."
M. Grgoire, the well-known Belgian seedsman, obtained this variety at Jodoigne in 1850 from seed of pastorale sown in 1835.
Hermione's eyes had filled with tears of joy when among the olives she had heard the far-off drone of the "pastorale."
They and pastorale, a song without words, were given at the Soirees in the winter of 1908.
Down the street came some forty young men and girls singing a wild Sicilian pastorale, each verse of which ended in a weird turn.