FTX041 - HOW DO YOU DO, SIR?

AT HOME WITH THE KENNEDY FAMILY

Pioneers of the early 1900s Folk Revival - Douglas (1893-1988) sings Lowland Scots ballads, from his grandfather (David Kennedy 1825-1887) and English songs, collected by Cecil Sharp - Helen Kennedy (1888-1976) plays English concertina and three-hole pipe and tabor - and son, Peter (b.1922) fiddle, guitar & melodeon is joined by his wife and children - recorded Waldringfield, Suffolk, Christmas 1961
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THE ABBOTS BROMLEY HORN DANCE - BETTY AND HER DUCKS - SHEPHERD'S HEY - JOCKIE TO THE FAIR - ILKLA MOOR BA' TAT - HARES ON THE MOUNTAINS - LEAP FROG - CUCKOLD SONG or HAME CAM OOR GUDE-MAN AT EEN - HOLE IN THE WALL - JACK HALL - NUTTING GIRL - AMPLEFORTH SWORD DANCE - I'LL GO AND ENLIST FOR A SAILOR - GOLDEN VANITY - PRINCESS ROYAL & THE BATTLE OF THE NILE - QUEEN JANE - 'BACCA PIPES - JOLLY HERRING - ISAAC'S MAGGOT - THE TREES THEY DO GROW HIGH - GREEN GARTERS

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