Speeches (Lines) for First Musician
in "Othello"

Total: 5

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

III,1,1552

Clown. Why masters, have your instruments been in Naples,
that they speak i' the nose thus?

First Musician. How, sir, how!


2

III,1,1554

Clown. Are these, I pray you, wind-instruments?

First Musician. Ay, marry, are they, sir.


3

III,1,1556

Clown. O, thereby hangs a tail.

First Musician. Whereby hangs a tale, sir?


4

III,1,1561

Clown. Marry. sir, by many a wind-instrument that I know.
But, masters, here's money for you: and the general
so likes your music, that he desires you, for love's
sake, to make no more noise with it.

First Musician. Well, sir, we will not.


5

III,1,1565

Clown. If you have any music that may not be heard, to't
again: but, as they say to hear music the general
does not greatly care.

First Musician. We have none such, sir.


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