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ACT III
Scene I. [Cyprus. Before the Castle.]

Enter Cassio, with Musicians.

Cas. Masters, play here, I will content your pains: Something that's brief; and bid "Good morrow, General."
They play.

Enter the Clown.

Clown. Why, masters, have your instruments been at
Naples, that they speak i' th' nose thus?
5
Mus. How, sir, how?
Clown. Are these, I pray, called wind instruments?
Mus. Ay, marry, are they, sir.
Clown. O, thereby hangs a tail.
Mus. Whereby hangs a tale, sir?
10
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, of all loves, to
make no more noise with it.
Mus. Well, sir, we will not.
15
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.

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III. i. Cassio appears before the Castle, where he meets Iago, who sends Emilia to talk with him. She reports that Desdemona is already pleading for him but Cassio wants a private interview with her. All of this, of course, is precisely as Iago has contrived it.

1, content your pains: reward your efforts
2. bid "Good morrow, General": 1t was an English custom to awaken people of consequence by serenades on special occasions, particularly the day after their marriage.
3-4. have your instruments been at Naples, that they speak i' th' nose thus: many references occur in Elizabethan literature to the effect of syphilis eating away the nose and to the frequency of contagion in Naples.
12. of all loves: for the love you bear him
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