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The Great Silkie Of Sule Skerry (Child No. 113) - Various - Classic English And Scottish Ballads From Smithsonian Folkways (CD)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Classic English And Scottish Ballads From Smithsonian Folkways on Discogs.
  2. The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (The Child Ballads) - Vol. 4 [Reissue] Ewan MacColl: Bawbee Allan (Bonny Barbara Allen) The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (The Child Ballads) - Vol. 2: Ewan MacColl: Bawbee Allan [Scots] The Long Harvest, Vol. 4 - Some Traditional Ballads in Their English, Scots and North American.
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  4. "Young Hunting" is a traditional folk song, Roud 47, catalogued by Francis James Child as Child Ballad number 68, and has its origin in Scotland. Like most traditional songs, numerous variants of the song exist worldwide, notably under the title of "Henry Lee" and "Love Henry" in the United States and "Earl Richard" and sometimes "The Proud Girl" in the United Kingdom.
  5. The Great Selchie of Shule Skerry [Ch ] Us - Great Silkie of Sule Skerry. The Great Ship. Us - New Jail. Great Silkie [Ch ] Us - Grey Silkie. The Great Silkie of Sule Skerry [Ch ] Us - Grey Silkie. The Great Simple Jig. Beaudoin, Louis. Beaudoin Family, Philo , LP (), trk# B (Grande Gigue Simple) Bottine Souriante.
  6. Our knowledge of the English ballad today is largely due to a certain Prof. Francis James Child, who in his five volume collection The English and Scottish Popular Ballads () has left us the definitive ballad canon, consisting of Ballads in versions. These are songs once sung by milkmaids, nurses and ploughmen: popular music in.
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  8. ^ a b c Francis James Child. The English and Scottish Popular Ballads Vol. 2. orvygercouicalomounnobobsninneade.coinfo p. Retrieved 28 February ^ "Matty Groves". orvygercouicalomounnobobsninneade.coinfo English Folk Dance and Song Society / Vaughan Williams Memorial Library. Archived from the original on .

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