ANACH CHUAIN - FOGGY DEW (Easter Rising)

ANACHUIN - Irish Slow Air -- Seamus TANSEY (flute/ gtr): LEADER LEA-2044 1972

ANACREON - Greek name for the god of Drink (cf Roman "Bacchus") - UNIVERSAL SONGSTER 3 p21 "Birth of Anacreon" (a glee) - p24 "While I'm toping luscious wine" - p111 "The Dream on Anacreon" (from the Greek) - VOC LIB 1822 #523 "Anacreon they say" - Madden Collection VWML Microfilm #1 #52 & 53 961216- see also STAR-SPANGLED BANNER - TO ANACREON IN HEAVEN

ANANA-O - "a lady went to Trinidad" - but came back with only a jooking-board to scrub clothes and a tub for the water - women -- rec by Alan Lomax, La Resource, Carriacou 1962: ROUNDER CD-1716 1997

ANCIENT CRY OF THE RADISH BOYS OF YARMOUTH - STREET CRIES

AND SAE WILL WE YET - SO WILL WE YET

AN(D) THOU WERT MY AIN THING - ROUD#8681 - sung by David KENNEDY (1825-1887) - JOHNSON SMM 1 p2 #2 - WHITELAW 1845 p500 - SMITH SM 1820 4 p2 & 4 p68 - HERD 1869 1 p171-3 - CHAMBERS SSPB pp372-3

ANDERSONS - SILVER TIPS (Reel)

ANDREW AND (or WITH) HIS CUTTY GUN - "When a the lave gae to their bed" "Blyth, blyth was she" - ROUD#2868 - HERD AMSS 2 1776 pp18-19 (w/o) "Andro and his CG" - RAMSEY TTM 1740 Burns in a letter desribed it as the work of a master - tune used for GEORDIE GILL - Pocket Songster or Caledonian Warbler 1823 pp266-7 - FARMER 1897: Merry Songs & Ballads 5 pp225-6 -- Ewan McCOLL "The Wanton Muse" ARGO ZFB-67 1968

ANDREW BARTON - HENRY MARTIN

ANDREW CAREY - Triple Jig (D) - BREATHNACH CRE 2 #103 p54 "untitled" from Paddy Taylor (flute), Co Clare - COLE p78 - HARDY Ms - HAYWOOD #7 p4 "Andy Carey" - KRASSEN p83 - Tunebook Ms #70 p26 & 133 p52 "Darby Carey" - O'NEILL MOI # 1148/ DMI #430 "Tipperary Hills" - ROCHE 2 #253 p24 - SULLIVAN 1 p13 "Tipperary Hills" from Michael Gorman (also known as "Michael Coleman's") - KENNEDY FTB SJ&W 1999 #1 p3 4pts (D) - Michael GORMAN (fid) of Sligo rec by PK, London 25/10/52: 077 "Gannon's"

ANDREW CARR -- HIGH LEVEL RANTERS: LEADER LER-2007 1969 with "Wedding of Blyth"

ANDREW LAMMIE - "At the mill o Tiftie there lived a man" - CHILD Ballad #233 - BRONSON 4 p503 Willie Mathieson & Jeannie Robertson - ROUD#98 - "Mill of Tiftie's Annie" or "Trumpeter of Fyvie" - BUCHAN GSOB 1825 pp98-105 Aberdeensh (w/o) - MOTHERWELL MA&M 1827 pp239-251, tune 28 - CHAMBERS The Scottish Ballads (1829) pp137-143 CHRISTIE Traditional Ballad Airs #1 1876 pp48-49 - WHITELAW Book of Scottish Ballads pp265-267- DUNCAN Ms W57/M6 "Tifty's Bonnie Annie" (50v) - GREIG FSNE #34 - GREIG-DUNCAN #5 1995 #1018 pp300- 313 (18var) 50v/16m "Tiftie's Annie" also has "Death of Mill o Tiftie's Annie" 27v w/o - SEDLEY 1967 p200 Lucy Stewart - PALMER EBBB 1980 #33 pp84-5 Sheila MacGregor (Belle Stewart's daughter), Blairgowrie, Perthsh 1974 - McCOLL-SEEGER 1986 p184 Sheila MacGregor, Blairgowrie, Perthsh 1974 (from Jack Whyte of Aberdeen) - PORTER-GOWER 1995 pp258-262 21v from Jeannie Robertson (notes) --- - McKENZIE BSSNS 1928 p60 John Henderson 1v/ Alexander Sutherland 2v NS (w/o) -- J.C.COWIE #008, Mrs John BAIRD #024, Peter CHRISTIE #164-5, Black Jimmy MASON #185, Bell DUNCAN #279, Ellen RETTIE #316/ 340, Mrs GOODALL #334, Jean CAMPBELL #347 rec on Dictaphone by James M.Carpenter N.E.Scotland 1929-35 - Willie MATHIESON rec by Alan Lomax, Turriff, Aberdeensh, 17/7/51: 7"RTR 0682/ 503 - Jeannie ROBERTSON rec by PK, London 1953: 067 & 503/ rec by Alan Lomax, London 1953: ROUNDER 11661-1720-2 1998 - Lucy STEWART, Fetterangus rec by Ken Goldstein: FOLKWAYS FG-3519 1961 - Sheila STEWART: TOPIC 12-T-180 1968/ FTV#33 1990 filmed Blairgowrie 1980 including shots of her mother - Dick GAUGHAN: LEADER LER-2086 1973 - Jane TURRIFF (voc/ harmonium) & Sheila Mc GREGOR (similar to Jeannie Robertson): TANGENT TNGM-119/D 1975 - SPREDTHICK (Group) rec by PK, Dartington, Devon 1975: 089 (Last part of song only)

ANDREW ROSS - "the Orkney Sailor" - "Come all you bold undaunted seamen" - ROUD#623 - GREIG-DUNCAN 1981 1 #6 Towers, Orkney - PALMER OBSS 1986 #115 p236 from Colcord - ED&S Mag Oct 1989 p2 --- COLCORD 1924 p81 - PEACOCK SNO 1965 pp825-6 Mrs Mary Ann Galpin, Nfl 1960 "The Ordeal of AR" - see THE CAPTAIN'S APPRENTICE - CRUELTY AT SEA -- Ethel & John FINDLATER rec by PK, Dounby, Orkney 1955: CAEDMON TC-1162/ TOPIC 12-T-194/ 189 & 389 - Sam RICHARDS with STAVERTON BRIDGE rec PK, Foxhole School, Dartington, Devon 1970 7"RTR-0141 - Terry YARNELL (& Ch) CRITICS GROUP: ARGO ZDA-138 1971 "Andrew Rose" - Tony HALL (melodeon) with Nic JONES (fid/gtr) & Tommy Moynihan (mand/bouz/whistle): FREE REED FRR-012 1976

ANDREW WITH HIS CUTTY GUN - "Of a the lads I see or ken" - ROUD#2524 - FMJ 4:4 1983 pp358-9 RVW Ms #457 (m/o) "Georgie Gair" (m/o) / Lucy Broadwood Ms #640 (m/o) "Geordie Gill"

ANDY'S GONE WITH THE CATTLE - comp by Henry Lawson, Australian poet - MANIFOLD -- Cathie O SULLIVAN (v/ gtr & acc) rec Asia-Pacific Union Festival of Radio Folkmusic 12/10/79: CASS 15- 0745 -- Redd SULLIVAN (unacc): BBC REC-95S 1970

ANDY LAUDER - HARRY LAUDER

ANDY McGANN'S - Reel (C) - CRANITCH #65 p150 "Andy McGann's Reel" - MAGUIRE 1 #70 p19 (C) - TWEED p27 (D) 3pts -- RAYMOND ROLAND Quartet (Ceili Band): EMBER EMB-3361 1965 bef "Humours of Scariff"

ANDY PANDY SUGAR CANDY - "French almond rock" - Children's skipping rhyme -- rec by Damian Webb, 11/4 St Johns Junior Girls Keswick 1960: 197 #65 - John ELLIOTT rec Ewan McColl & Peggy Seeger, Birtley, Durham: FOLKWAYS FG-3565 1962 "Hanky Panky Sugar Candy"

ANDY PEADAR - Jig - MAGUIRE 1 #12 p3 from Joe Keegan

ANE ET LE MEUNIER, L' -- Wilfred MAHY, grower aged 48, rec by PK, "Burlington", Les Landes, Vale Guernsey, Channel Islands: 8/5/57: RPL LP 23845

ANE MADAM - Shanty - HUGILL 1961 p-215 Tune of BLOW THE MAN DOWN

ANFORD-WRIGHT, THE - ROUNDING OF CAPE HORN

ANGEL GABRIEL, THE - "Come all you faithful (or true good) Christians" - ROUD#815 - this is a Nativity rather than a Morality type of Carol - LEATHER-RVW 12TC 1912 pp12-13 Mrs Leather & RVW: Mr Hiron, Dilwyn, Herefordsh - OXFORD Carols 1928 #7 p16 RVW "Hereford Carol" 4v/m -- see also COME ALL YOU WORTHY CHRISTIAN MEN -- Emily BISHOP rec by PK, Bromsberrow Heath, Herefordsh 13/10/52: 2RTR-0897: RPL 18683/ 129 (11v) & 504 - VALLEY FOLK: TOPIC 12-T-192 1968 - George DERRINGTON of Marston Green, Warwicksh rec Guarlford, Nr Malvern, Worcs 30.5.63: 6"RTR-0872/ 504

ANGEL GABRIEL, THE - Another carol with this title -- Maddy PRIOR & The Carnival Band: SAYDISC SDL-366 1988

ANGEL GABRIEL, THE - Sea Song - PALMER OBSS 1986 p24 "The Honour of Bristol" from Euwing Coll, Glasgow

ANGEL GABRIEL - TURNIP GREENS or OZARK JUBILEE (Dream)

ANGEL SAID TO ME, AN - "Would you like a cup of tea? - I said no no I like cocoa better than tea" - Children's skipping rhyme - see also I LIKE COFFEE -- rec by Alan Lomax, Aberdeen 1952: 181 #11

ANGELINE - USA Dance tune -- Franklin GEORGE (fid) & Pat DURNFORD (banjo): SAYDISC Matchbox SDM-229 1972

ANGELS FROM THE REALMS OF GLORY - Carol -- Grosmont Handbell Ringers: SAYDISC SDLL-327 1981 cass

ANGELS HOVERIN ROUND - American Hymn -- Jim COUZA (Ham dulc) rec by PK, Bristol 1982: 909

ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD - IN EXCELSIS DEO

ANGELS WHISPER, THE - "A baby was sleeping its mother was weeping" - comp Samuel Lover - ROUD#2061 - GREIG-DUNCAN 5 1995 #1074 p589 (4v w/o) - MOFFAT: Minstrelsy of Ireland p1 - HUNTINGTON SWS 1964 pp239-240 ships log 1847 (w/o)

ANGER IN THE LAND - composed by her father, Don West -- Hedy WEST (v/ gtr): FONTANA STL-5432 1967/ CASS-0482

ANGI - comp based on COCAINE BILL chords Am-G--F-E7 -- Davey GRAHAM (blues guitar): ISLAND FOLK-1001 (boxed) 1975

ANGLER'S SONG IN PRAISE OF THE COQUET, THE - "The lambs they are feeding on lanely Shiel Moor" - Simonside - Streams of Coquet - ROUD#2607 - POLWARTH FSN 1967 pp9-10 T Hepple Ms Northumberland 1855 & POLWARTH FSFTN 1970 pp36-7 - see also OLD FISHER'S FAREWELL TO COQUET

ANGLESEY - DIALECT

ANGLESEY, THE -- Sea Shantey - HUGILL 1961 p588

ANGLING - see also FISHING - BANKS OF THE LEE (1v) - BARBEL - BARTON BROAD BABBING BALLAD

ANGRY PEELER, THE - Jig - O'NEILL MOI #1041/ DMI #251 (G)

ANGUILLA - Caribbean - see also NEVIS - ANNIE LET GO ME FOWL - DROP PETER DROP (I Lost My Gloves On Saturday Night) - GOOSIE LOST HIS TAIL - HERE WE GO LOOBY LOO - MAN-O-WAR IN THE HARBOUR - THREAD THE NEEDLE - Recordings - see AREA Listing

ANGUS POLKAS -- BOYS OF THE LOUGH (fid lead) 13/1/88: CASS-0422

ANGUS CAMPBELL - Reel -- Ian ANDERSON (Engl conc): LEADER LER-2037 1973

ANIMAL (IMITATIONS) NOISES - APRIL SONG - FARMYARD SONG - MY FATHER HAD A - OLD MACDONALD

ANIMALS - see also BIRDS & FISHES - BEAR BEHIND - CAMELS - CATCH QUESTIONS - CATS - DOGS - DONKEYS - FOXES - FROG - GOATS - HARES - HOBBY HORSES - MONKEYS - PIGS - HARES - HORSES & PONIES -HUNTING - RABBITS --- APE, LION, FOX AND AN ASS - BEAR BEHIND - CATCH QUESTIONS - FROG IN THE WELL - HERE SITS A MONKEY (USA) - HORSES _& PONIES - LORD SAID TO NOAH - MONKEYS - MY FATHER HAD A HORSE - RABBITS -- John CALLISTER, Isle of Man: talk about changing into a hare: RPL LP 28457

ANN, WOULD THOU WERT MY AIN THING - Tunebook Ms 4/4 (A) #131 p222

ANN'S FAVOURITE - FLOWING TIDE

ANNA COHEN - Air -- Paul DAVEY (flute) rec by PK, Dartington, Devon 4/12/71: CASS-60-0909

ANNAGHBEG POLKA, THE - MOYLAN 2 #18 pp11-12 (D) from John O Leary (melodeon)

ANNAMACULEEN REEL, THE - BREATHNACH 2 1976 #194 p101 (Am)

ANNAN POLKA - Dumfries-shire - KERR MM 3 #436 p50 (G/G/D)

ANNAN WATER - Child Ballads vol 4 Appendix -- Nic JONES: LEADER LER-2014 1970

ANNAN'S WINDING STREAM - VILLAGE MAID - BY ANNAN'S WINDING STREAMS

ANNIE - "Every evening, every evening as I go to my bed" - ROUD#1791 - CREIGHTON SBNS 1932 p32 Richard Hartlan NS 1929+

ANNIE DEAR I'M CALLED AWAY - "In a cottage in the twilight stands a soldier and the maid" - ROUD#5700 - BSs incl Baring Gould -- Alf PEACHEY rec by Neil Lanham, Framsden, Woodbridge, Suffolk: NL-02 1995: CASS-1358 "Goodbye Annie"

ANNIE FRANKLIN - UNFORTUNATE RAKE

ANNIE FWYN - (Gentle Annie) - Welsh -- John Thomas rec by Seamus Ennis, Corwen, Denbighsh 1953: RPL 20198

ANNIE LAURIE - or THE BONNY BANKS OF LOCH LOMOND "Maxwellton braes are bonny" - Lady John Scott picked up fragments in Edinburgh streets and wrote song - BSs incl BG 7 #223 "Bonny AL" - FORD VS 1899 p145 trad version - ANON 1972 Song of Scotland p 12 piano accomp -- Frank & Francie McPEAKE (bagpipe chanters) rec by PK, Belfast 1952: 176 - RIPLEY WAYFARERS Derbyshire: TRADITIONAL SOUND TSR-006 1971 - Mary O HARA (+ harp): DECCA GES-1116 1974

ANNIE LET GO ME FOWL - "First she catch it then she sell it" "Country people go home" -- children rec by Alan Lomax, Valley Sec School, Anguilla 1962: ROUNDER CD-17116 1997

ANNIE MOORE - "As I roved out one evening in the month of sweet July" - youth lamenting - Rose of Belfast - killed - 1835 Orange Song - ROUD#2881 - HENRY SOP 1924 #191/ HUNTINGTON 1990 pp142-3 Maud Houston, Coleraine, Co Derry 1927 (w/o) - MORTON FSU 1970 pp68-70

ANNIE-O - "Some delights in sporting days, others in drinking brandy-O" -- ROUD#5248 --Paddy McCLUSKEY rec by PK, Clough Mills, Co Antrim, 1953: RPL 20031/ 377

ANNIE O LOCHRYAN - LORD GREGORY

ANNIE SCHOTTISCHE, THE - KOHLER 1 p74 (Bb F & Eb) 3pts

ANNIE WITH THE JET BLACK EYE - Bs incl Pearson (Manchester) & Sanderson (Edinburgh) - Bell DUNCAN #262, Oyne, Aberdeeensh rec on Dictaphone cylinder by James M.Carpenter 1929-35 "Annie wi the jet black hair"

ANONN S'ANALL - "is trid an abhainn" - "Hither and thither and through the meadow - hag you destroyed, annoyed me" - mouth-music - DARLEY/ McCALL FC 1914 #63 p28 dandling lilt or "swing song" (m/o) - CROININ 2000 #22 pp66-7 -- Elizabeth CRONIN rec by Seamus Ennis, Ballyvourney, Co Cork 1947: CBE 395b/ FOUR COURTS CD-1#28

ANOTHER JIG WILL DO - TIGHT BREECHES

ANOTHER MAN DONE GONE - Prison Blues -- Vera HALL rec by John A Lomax, Livingston, Alabama, USA 31/10/40: ROUNDER 1500 1997 - ODETTA rec Jack Hawkins, San Franscisco, USA 1956: TRADITION TLP-1010 1957/ VANGUARD SRL-7624 1965 (?) (set of 4 LPs titled "Folk Song & Minstrelsy" by The Book of the Month Club) "Another Man Gone Down"

ANOTHER MAN'S WEDDING - NOBLEMAN'S WEDDING

ANOTHER ROUND - PREAB SAN OL

ANSBORO'S REEL - MARTIN ANSBORO'S

ANSWER NO - NO, SIR, SO

ANT AND THE GRASSHOPPER, THE - Song about two kinds of Workers comp by LR -- Leon ROSSELSON & Roy BAILEY (with gtr/ talk bef) rec Concert 29/3/83: CASS-15-0786

ANTARCTIC ICE - MACPHERSON'S LAMENT

ANTHONY HALFERTY - TUAM NA FARRAIGE

ANTHONY FRAWLEY'S JIG - BREATHNACH 2 #9 p7 (Am)

ANTI-ENGLISH - ALL ROUND MY HAT (Tri-coloured Ribbon-O) - FOLLOW ME DOWN TO CARLOW - RECRUITING SERGEANT

ANTI-GALLICAN HASTE-AWAY, THE - "The Anti-Gallican's safe arrived" - Privateer Ship built Newcastle, sailed on 6 month cruise against the French in 1779 but returned without prize - ROUD#3169 - BELL 1812 - STOKOE-REAY SBNE 1899 pp158-9 -- SWAN ARCADE: LEADER LER-2032 1973 - Louis KILLEN (voc+ conc & whistle): TOPIC 12-T-189 1962

ANTI-RECRUITING SONG, THE - see also RECRUITING SERGEANT -- McPEAKE Family: FONTANA TL-5258 1965

ANTIGUA, O ANTIGUA - see also RHUMBA ANTIGUA -- MERRYMAKERS Steel Band rec by PK, London 1960: 917

ANTIPHONY - Leader & response or overlapping between two groups -- Recordings - see MUSIC-TYPES Listing

ANTRIM LASSES, THE - Jig - O'NEILL MOI #911/ DMI #154 (##A)

ANTRIM REEL, THE -- McCUSKER'S Band rec by PK, Co Armagh 1952; 372/ SAYDISC (CD) SDL-420 1997 "Traditional Dance Music of Ireland" aft "McKenna's" & "Tinker's Apron"

ANTRIM ROSE, THE - Reel - BREATHNACH 3 1985 #147 p69 (Am)

ANY COMPLAINTS? - "When I joined the Army a few weeks ago" - SEEGER-McCOLL SI 1960 p71 Reith, Yorksh 1940 -- Ewan McCOLL (+ gtr): TOPIC 12-T-130 1965 - THE YETTIES "Up in Arms" ARGO ZFB- 100 1974

ANY OLD IRON - Music Hall Song popularised by Harry Champion -- SAYDISC SDL-232 1972 cass: Penny Piano

ANY OLD THING WILL DO -- Charlie WILSON rec by PK, Empingham, Rutland, - MATTHEWS BROTHERS rec by PK, Logan Rock, Cornwall, 1956: 217

ANYBODY'S HORNPIPE - KENNEDY FTB 1998 #4p3

ANYTHING - "When it's first to this country a stranger I came" -ROUD#1952 - IVES FSNB 1989 pp94-7 Wilmot McDonald, NB 1963 - Neil MORRIS rec by Alan Lomax, Timbo, Ark Oct 12959: ROUNDER CD-1707 - Peggy SEEGER (voc/auto-harp) rec by PK, Cider Press, Dartington, Devon Dec 1971 5"RTR-0802

ANYTHING FOR JOHN, JOE? - Reel (D) - BREATHNACH CRE 3 #164 p76 from Denis Murphy (fid) Kerry - CRANITCH p82 (D) - MOYLAN 2 #296 p171 from John O Leary (melodeon) -- Denis MURPHY & Julia CLIFFORD (fiddles), Kerry: CLADDAGH CC-5 1973 with "Johnny, when you die"

ANYTHING WHEN YOU DIE - Reel - SULLIVAN 3 #55 p22 (D) from Denis Murphy & Julia Clifford

ANYWHERE DOES FOR ME - Music Hall Song -- Stephen BALDWIN rec by Russell Wortley, Upton Bishop, Herefordsh 1954: LEADER LED-2068 1976

AP SHENKIN - Jig (G) - COLE #8 p24 "The Tempest" (with dance directions) - KENNEDY FTB 1 46/ 1994 #180 p46 - KERR MM 3 #258 p29 - O'NEILL MOI #1831 (not in DMI) "The Dear Little Island" - WESTROP #79 p27 (D)

APACHE FEARS - "Footprnts" -- Johnny CASH "Acoustic Roots" 10/5/89 CASS-0428

APE, LION, FOX AND ASS, AN - ages of man likened to animals - ROUD#1325 - WILLIAMS FSUT p298 Bishopstone, Wiltsh 2v/ #180 David Ball, Aston, Oxfordsh (w/o)

APLEY HOUSE - from PLAYFORD -- Country Dance Band: 322 - GILES FARNABY'S DREAM BAND: ARGO ZDA-158 1973

APPALACHIAN MEDLEY -- Roger NICHOLSON (dulc), Gerry ROLF (banjo), Tevor CROZIER (mouth bow): ARGO ZDA-204 1974

APPALACHIAN TWO STEP -Roger NICHOLSON (dulc) with Robert JOHNSON (dulc): LEADER LER-3034 1972

APPALACHIANS - USA - ARKANSAS TRAVELLER - BEAR CREEK - BEAUMONT RAG - BILLY IN THE POW GROUND - BLACK MOUNTAIN RAG - BONAPARTE'S RETREAT - BUCK CREEK GIRL(S) - BULL AT THE WAGON - CHINQUIPIN PIE - CINDY - CLUCKIN HEN - CUMBERLAND GAP - CRUEL WILY - DRUNKEN HICCUPS - DRY AND DUSTY - GREY EAGLE - LAST CHANCE - OLD JOE CLARK - ROCKY MOUNTAIN GOAT - SAIL AWAY LADIES - SALLY GOODIN - SAY OLD MAN CAN YOU PLAY THE FIDDLE? - SNOWBIRD IN THE ASHBANK - SOURWOOD MOUNTAIN - STONY POINT - WHAT DID THE BUZZARD SAY TO THE CROW? - Recordings - see under AREA Listing

APPLE PIE -- Bob FOYLE (auto-harp) LONG MAN LM-4001 (Instrum) American quadrille tune

APPLE PRATIES - Song Air - KERR MM 1 #55 p41 (Am)

APPLE TREE - HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE ME? (K) - IN THE SHADE OF AN OLD APPLE TREE - POOR ROGER IS DEAD (K) - O CHRAOBH NAN UBHAL

APPLE TREE WASSAIL, THE - WASSAIL

APPLE TREES, THE -"An Orchard fair to please - Ch: "O the jovial days when the apple trees do bear, we'll drink and be merry, all the gladsome year" - song in praise of cider - BARING GOULD Ms #108 (a) Thomas Pote, Washfield, Tiverton, Devon (unpubl)

APPLES AND PEARS - CLIMBING MY OLD APPLE TREE (stealing) - BELL IS RINGING (K) - GILLAN'S APPLES (Jig: Apples in winter) - POOR ROGER IS DEAD (K) - -- Story about stealing: Ben JARVIS, Pocklington cobbler rec by Jim Eldon 1982-8 SD-005 1988 CASS-0992

APPLES IN WINTER - Reel - (also hornpipe & jig with same title) - COLE #5 p16 (A) "Connemara's Pet" - KERR MM 1 #2 p34 (D omitting C#) - Tunebook Ms #136 p315 (D) - LEVEY 1 #2 p2 (D omitting both F# & C#) "Apples in Winter" - Cf LEVEY 1 #82 p32 (D omitting both F# and C#) "The Galway Reel" - O'NEILL MOI #1513 & DMI #732 (G) "Winter Apples" alt: "Galway Reel" - ROCHE 1 #151 p60 (G) "Connemara Stockings" - SHASKEEN 2 #31 p23 (G) "Connemara Stockings" -- James MORRISON (fid) with John MULLEN (piano) rec New York 1921-1935: TOPIC 12-T-390 1980 "Galway Reel" with "Girl who broke my heart" - Frank Lee's Tara Ceili Band: REGAL ZONOPHONE MR-1608 (78 rpm) aft "Pigeon on the Gate" - CHIEFTAINS 1: TARA (CLADDAGH) TA-3 with "Limestone Rock" & "Dan Breen's" - John REA (ham dulc) Antrim: TOPIC 12-TS-373 1979 "Galway Reel"

APPLES IN WINTER - Jig - A version with 4pts composed by John Gillan, a Chicago business man with collection (see O'NEILL IFM p93) - BREATHNACH CRE 2 #7 p5 (##A) "Gillan's Apples" - COLE #5 p52 (Em) "Joe Kennedy's Jig" - FELDMAN #40 p44 (Am) 4pts "The Clare Jig" from Willie Clancy (U-pipes) - FLAHERTY p83 "Old Apples in Winter" - GIBLIN #82 p38 (Em) "The Clare Jig" - HARDEBECK p5 (A) - KENNEDY FTB#3 Jigs pub Mallinson 1997 p3 - Tunebook Ms (##A) #147 p58 - MOYLAN 1 #55 (Am) 4pts from Willie Clancy - MOYLAN 2 #39 p24 (Am) & #233 pp134-5 4pts from John O Leary (melodeon) "Winter Apples" & "Apples in Winter" - O NEILL MOI #1110/ DMI #287 (##A) 4pts "Gillan's Apples" & MOI #1111/ DMI #300 (Em) alt: "Joe Kennedy's Jig" - ROCHE 1 #128 p52 (Am) "The Clare Jig" - SULLIVAN 3 #7 p3 (Am) "The Clare Jig" from The Dubliners & Leo Rowsome - Cf SHASKEEN 1 #58 p41 (Em) - Cf TAYLOR 1 p21 (Em) - Cf WILLIAMSON p77 - see also Reel: WINTER APPLES -- Padraig O KEEFE with Denis Murphy & Julia Clifford (fiddles) rec by Seamus Ennis, Charlie Horan's Bar, Coalisland, Co Kerry 9/9/52: TOPIC TSCD-309 (1977) 1994 bef "The Maid on the Green" & "The Thrush in the Straw" - RAYMOND ROLAND Quartet (Ceili Band): EMBER EMB-3361 1965 bef "Carraroe Jig" - Dave SWARBRICK (fid) & Martin CARTHY (guitar): FONTANA TE-17490 1967 (45 EP) "Clare Jig" - CHIEFTAINS 2: TARA (CLADDAGH) TA-4 [nd] (M) cass "Clare Jig" aft "Banish Misfortune" - John DOONAN (whistle) & John WRIGHT (jaws harp): TOPIC 12-TS-230 1974 "Clare Jig" - Seamus ENNIS (U-pipes): TOPIC 12-TS-250 1974 "Clare Jig" - Solus LILLIS & Tom CAREY (conc) Coolaclare Co Clare: TOPIC 12-TFRS-506 1977

APPLES IN WINTER - Hornpipe - KERR MM 4 #297 p31 (#D)

APPLES, PEACHES AND CHERRIES -- Josh WHITE: [LONDON LL 1341 & MERCURY MG 36052] CASS-0240

APPLEY AND ORANGEY - CANTE FABLE - Folk Tale told by Sheila McGregor, daughter of Alec & Belle Stewart (tinker): DOUGLAS Aberdeen UP 1987 "Applie and Orangie"

APPRENTICE BOY, THE - "When first apprentice I was bound" - ROUD#1671 - DUNCAN Ms W229/M43 - GREIG FSNE 1908-14 #44 (10v) - GREIG- DUNCAN 1 p123 12var --- CREIGHTON NS 1932 p304 - GREENLEAF NFL 1933 #107 p214 - PEACOCK NFL 1965 p575 "A Prentice Boy in Love" 2var - HENRY SOP #739 5v/m "The Sea Apprentice" - PURSLOW FD 1974 p1 Gardiner: Thomas Bulbeck, Harting, Sussex 1909 7v/m --- CREIGHTON SBNS 1932 pp304-5 Ben Henneberry "The Prentice Boy" - GREENLEAF-MANSFIELD 1933 pp214-5 - PEACOCK SNO 1965 2 pp575-8 Nfl -- other songs using tune or as model for parody: BILLY GILLESPIE (DOFFIN MISTRESS) - MILL-DOFFER'S SONG -- Paddy McCLUSKEY rec by PK, Clough Mills, Co Antrim, 1953: 377 "The Apprentice Boy" ("Seven years I'm apprentice bound") - Robert CINNAMOND rec by PK & Sean O Boyle, Belfast 1955: 159

APPRENTICES - BRAKE OF BRIARS - BRITISH BUONAPARTE - CUPID'S GARDEN - PRENTICE - GET THAT WATER BOILED, SON (Miles)- SHEFFIELD APPRENTICE

APRIL FIRST/ APRIL FOOL - CAMPBELL THE ROVER - THREE JOLLY HUNTERS/ A HORSE NAMED BILL - Children - MAY GOSLINGS - OPIE LLSC p243

APRIL SONG - "So here we are in April, in showy blowy April, drowsy blowsy. a rowdy-dowdy time (swinging rhyme) duck (animal noises) try at carolling, croaking voice" -- ARKY'S TOAST: LEADER LER-2092 1975

APRON OF FLOWERS, THE - "Down in the meadows - there is a flower so I am told, 'twould help to ease both young and old" - pricked finger - ROUD#60/ #87/#2306 - CHAPPELL NEA 1838 p123 (?) part of long Ballad called "The Oxfordshire Tragedy or the Death of Four Lovers" "Near Woodstock Town" 16v - BROADWOOD ETSC 1908 p92 - BUTTERWORTH Sussex 1912 p14 - SHARP Ms: Louis Hooper & Lucy White - SHARP Cf 2 p77 - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 pp171-3 Mrs Caroline Cox, High Ham, Somerset 1905/ James Thomas, Cannington, Somerset 1906/ Elizabeth Mogg, Holford, Somerset 1904 - JFSS 6 1904 p252 - JFSS 7 1905 p155 & 168 - JFSS 8 1906 p188-9 - JFSS 5 1904 p181-9 - JFSS 7 1905 p73-4 - JFSS 8 1906 p158 "Died for Love" coll RVW Essex - JOYCE OIFMS 1909 p134 Francis Hogan, Brenormore, Co Tipperary 1884 1v/m "This Fair Maid to the Meadow's Gone" - WILLIAMS #424 George Barratt, Marston Meysey, Wiltsh (w/o) "When I wore my apron low" ("There is a flower so I've heard say") - (?) JFSS 8 1927 pp4-5 Sharp: Lucy White, Hambridge, Somerset 1904 "Down in my garden" - KIDSON FSNC 1927 #44 p77 "Cockfight" tune p136 is similar - LEATHER Heref 1912 p205 - JEFDSS 5 p16-17 - JEFDSS 1954 p161 "The Unfortunate Swain" etc Article on "Waly Waly" by J W Allen - REEVES IP 1958 pp218-220 (w/o) "Waly Waly" ("Down in the meadows") - REEVES EC p89-p91 Hammond: Jacob Baker, Bere Regis, Dorset 1905 "Deep in Love"/ Chapbook "4 Excellent Songs" (w/o) "Picking Lilies" (w/o) - POLWARTH FSN 1967 p21 - SEDLEY 1967 p162 composite - POLWARTH FSFTN 1970 p38 Hepple Ms Northumb "Down in yon meadows" - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 p349 Gladys Stone 1954 --- FOWKE TSSO 1965 p147 Albert Sims, Ont 1961 "She's like the Swallow" - PEACOCK SNO 1965 3 pp711-714 2var Nfl "She's like the swallow" - KARPELES FSFN 1971 p243 John Hunt, Danville, Nfl 1930 "She's like the swallow" - See DEEP IN LOVE - DIED FOR LOVE - I AM A MAID THAT'S DEEP IN LOVE- WALY WALY -- Gladys STONE, rec by Bob Copper, Fittleworth, Sussex 1954: RPL 22740/ 015 "Deep in Love" - Alice DAVIS, Forest of Dean : RPL LP 23930 "Brave Young Sailor" - Tom WILLETT (gypsy), Paddock Wood, Kent "Died for Love": TOPIC 12-T-84 1962 - Amy BIRCH rec by Sam Richards, Paul Wilson & Trish Stubbs, Exebridge, Devon 1976: TOPIC 12-TS-149/ TSCD-661 1998 "Over Yonders Hill" - Jasper SMITH (gypsy) rec by Mike Yates, 1975: TOPIC 12-TS-304 1985/ TSCD-661 Travellers "Down in the meadow" --- Jack LANGSTAFF (unacc): TRADITION TLP-1009 1957 "She's like the swallow" (coll by Maud Karpeles, Newfoundland)

APRON STRINGS - DIED FOR LOVE

AR BEN WAUN TREDEGAR - (On the fens of Tredegar) - Welsh Song with "floating verses" - JWFSS 1910 I pt2 pp78-80 "Cariad y Notws" Merthyr Tydfil/ Hirwaun, Glamorgansh - JWSFSS 1952 4 pt2 p54 Sam Davies - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #50 Rev Gomer M Roberts:Sam Davies ("Sam y Delyn") Pontrhydyfen nr Neath Glamorgansh -- Emrys CLEAVER 1954: 005 - MABSANT (Susan GEORGE & Stuart BROWN) rec by Bob Partridge, Cardiff 1983: 054

AR CHONNLAIGH GHLAIS AN FHOGHMHAIR (The Green Autumn Stubble) - O BOYLE CDCU 1944 -- Kitty GALLAGHER rec by Alan Lomax, Gweedore, Co Donegal rec 1951: 003 - Sheila GALLAGHER rec by PK, Middledore, Co Donegal 1953: 272 learned from her father

AR EIRINN NI NEOSFAINN CEHL -
- O BOYLE Family: CEOLTA GAEL OSS-2 1971/ d/cass 0938-C60

AR FORE DYDD NADOLIG- (On Christmas Morn) - Welsh Catholic Carol coll Myra Evans, Cardigansh - see variant: CLYWCH, CLYWCH -- Swsann GEORGE (voc) with Nigel Eaton (hurdy gurdy): SAYDISC CD-SDL-406 1993 Caneuon Traddodiadol Cymru (Traditional Songs of Wales)

AR GHABHAIL GO BHAILE GO BAILE CLIATH DOM - (On my way to Dublin) - Irish Gaelic - O CONNOR: SONGS OF THE NORTH OF IRELAND 1994 Ms p238 from Hudie Devaney

AR GYFE HEDDIWR BORE - Carol from Anglesey - North Wales Singers in "Sing Christmas" 1957: ROUNDER-CD-11661-1850-2 2000

AR LAN Y MOR - (Beside the sea) - Welsh - JWFSS 1937 3 pt3 pp125-6 - GWYNN WILLIAMS 1963 #100 p132 - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #51 Phillips -- Ben "Bach" PHILLIPS rec by Seamus Ennis & Emrys Cleaver, Lochtwrffin, Pembrokesh 1953: RPL 20192/ 005

AR MO GHABHAIL GO BAILE CLIATH DOM -- O BOYLE Family: CEOLTA GAEL OSS-2 1971/ d/cass 0938-C60

AR NOSON OER OER - (On a cold cold night) Welsh -- Bob LLOYD rec by Seamus Ennis, Llandderfel, Bala, Merionethsh 1953: RPL 20191

AR RYW NOS FERCHER - (On Some Wednesday Evening) -- Welsh -Andrew THOMAS rec by Seamus Ennis, Pen Cnwc, Fishguard, Pembrokesh 1953: 052 (2v only)

ARABELLA'S - Waltz (D/Bm) - KENNEDY 1997 FTB SJ&W #94 p23

ARABY MAID, THE - "Away on the wings of the wind she flies - beauty of Eastern night" - comp by Rev T G Torry Anderson 1833 - GREIG-DUNCAN 5 1995 #1007 pp260-2 4var 5v/3m

ARAGON & VALENCIA - Recordings - see SPAIN under AREA Listing

ARAN ISLANDS - Ireland - see MAN OF ARAN

ARAN'S LOVELY HOME - ERIN'S LOVELY HOME

ARBEAU, Thoinot - French priest author of "Orchesographie" 1588 -- - Radio broadcast David MUNROW's "Pied Piper" incl dances & quotes from Orchesographie: CASS-0372

ARBOE - OLD ARBOE

ARBOUR TOWN - SCARBOROUGH BANKS

ARBROATH LIFEBOAT DISASTER (or TRAGEDY), THE - "O listen while I tell you of" (6 v) comp by Fred Dallas - see TOWN OF ARBROATH -- Fred DALLAS (unacc) rec by PK, London: EMI CLP-1362 1960/ 093

ARCADIAN - CAJUN

ARCHERS, THE- Radio prog incl Bob Arnold as "Tom Forrest" -- Theme tune "Barwick Green": YETTIES 1/11/89: CASS-90-0569

ARCHERY - BOWMEN OF YORKSHIRE

ARCHIE BALL - "King of the Jews" - NEBUCADNEZZAR

ARCHIE MEAD - comp by FR (in Norfolk dialect but about Herefordshire) -- Fred ROOKE rec 1974: 045

ARCHIE MENZIES - Reel - LOWE 1 p20 (F) composed by John Lowe father of Joseph, fiddler/composer (1797-1866) who published collection of 6 books in 1844 - PHILLIPS FCTB p9 (F) from Winston Scotty-Fitzgerald (Celtic 17) -- HIGH LEVEL RANTERS: LEADER LER-2037 1973

ARCHIE O' CAWFIELD - BOLD ARCHER - BURGLAR

ARCHIE O' LAMBHOLM -- Peter PRATT (fid), rec by PK, Toab, Orkney, 1955: 064/ 189/ 389

ARCHIE'S FANCY - comp by Billy Pigg (orig titled "Raindrop Waltz") for Archie Dagg (pipe reedmaker) -- Jim HALL (N-pipes) & Colin ROSS (fiddle): TOPIC 12-TS-413 1980 with "Little Hennie" - Billy PIGG (N-pipes): SMITHSONIAN-FOLKWAYS SFW-40473 1999 bef "Holey Ha'penny"

ARCHIVES, LIBRARIES & MUSEUMS -- Pitt Rivers 31/12/86 CASS-45-0850 - Library of Congress Archive of Folk Music

ARDEN OF FAVERSHAM - Elizabethan broadside ballad - ASHTON Century p241 - EVANS Old Ballads 3 p217 - SIMPSON BBB 1966 p315 Tune: "How can the tree" -- Peggy SEEGER & Ewan MacCOLL (with dulcimers incl bass) "Paper Stage" ARGO ZDA-98 1969

ARE WE TO PUT LIKE THIS, BILL? - Music Hall -- Ruth BURDON (frag) rec Sandwich, Kent 27/2/82: CASS-90-0626

ARE YOU GOING TO LEAVE ME? - DIED FOR LOVE

ARE YOU SLEEPING MAGGIE? - ROUD#4897 - Jeannie ROBERTSON rec by Hamish Henderson, Aberdeen, Sept 1958: FOLK LEGACY-CD-125 - Stanley ROBERTSON: North-East Folklore Archive/ Beecvhwood STAN CD-1099 1999

ARE YOU TIRED OF ME, MY DARLING? - Carter Family (trio), Camden, NJ 11/12/34: VICTOR 4029-B/ 7"RTR-0313-4

ARE YOU WASHED IN THE BLOOD? - American hymn -- George PEGRAM (vocal/ banjo) with Clyde ISAACS (mandolin), Fred Cockerham (fiddle) & Jack BRYANT (gtr): SAYDISC Matchbox SDM-235 1973

ARE YOU WILLING? - Reel - O'NEILL MOI #1494/ DMI #718 (A)

ARENA LA NOCHE -- Gordon CUTTY (Engl Conc) FREE REED FRR 006 1976

ARETHUSA, THE - "Come all you jolly sailors bold" - Ch: "Hurrah for the A" - ROUD#12675 - BSs incl BG - Universal Songster 3 p24 - ASHTON RSS 7A - GUNDRY NSB 1945 ;49 p94

ARGEERS - Playford Country Dance - WILLIAMSON BFT 1976 p17

ARGRUME SET DANCE, THE - Co Limerick Quadrille -- Ellen O DWYER (conc) Dublin: TOPIC 12-TFRS-506 1977

ARGYLE IS MY NAME - Jig (D) - KERR MM 1 #15 p32

ARGYLL - Scoland - ERIN GO BRAGH - OBAN BAY - PRIDE OF GLENCOE - QUEEN MAIVE - Recordings - see under AREA Listing

ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS, THE - GAY GORDONS

ARIEL HORNPIPE, THE - KENNEDY FTB 1998 #5 p4 (A)

ARISE AND PICK A POSY - "Small birds and turtle doves" - building nests - ROUD#2445 - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 p587 Mrs Pike, Somerton, Somerset 1907

ARISE AND PUT ON YOUR CLOTHES - EIRIGH 'S CUIR ORT DO CHUID EADAIGH

ARISE, ARISE - BARBEL - DROWSY SLEEPER

ARKANSAS - STATE OF ARKANSAS

ARKANSAS SONG, THE - "Come all my fellow citizens" - accident - Berryville Jail - shackles and chains - ROUD#3131 - PARLER ABB 1963 pp2-3 Harrison Burnett, Ark 1954 (w/o)

ARKANSAS TRAVELLER, THE - "My name is Charlie Brennan, from Charleston I came" - he meets a walking skeleton, name of Thomas Quinn, who invites him to the best hotel - SAM HENRY Coll - see MUSKOKA (Irish Emigrant's Parody) - COX FSS p503 (w/o) as dialogue - SHARP FSSA #170 "Old Arkansas" Mrs Mollie Broghton, Barbourville, Knox Co., 1917 -- VIRGINIA STRING BAND 1927 1927/ VICTOR 21520A/ FOLKWAYS FP-253/ 7"RTR- 0306/ 911 "My name is John Johanna" (tune: "Girl I left behind me") - Jean JENKINS (voc/banjo) rec by PK, London 1957: 915 (with speech in song) - Sid HEMPHILL (fiddle & vocal) with Lucius SMITH (banjo), Will HEAD (bass drum) & Alec Askew (gtr) rec by Alan Lomax near Sledge, Miss. USA Aug 1942: ROUNDER CD-11661-1823-2 1999 - THE WEAVERS: VANGUARD SRL-7624 1965 [?] set of 4 LPs titled "Folk Song & Minstrelsy" by The Book of the Month Club) - Jimmy DRIFTWOOD (voc/ gtr/ banjo): RCA Victor LSP-1994 1959 - Roy GUEST with THE TENNESSEE 3 & Jack FALLON (fiddle): SAGA XID-5165 1963 - Joe HICKERSON (unacc) rec by PK, Ciderhouse, Dartington 30/8/75 7"RTR-0305 (4v)

ARKANSAS TRAVELLER, THE - Reel/ Hornpipe (D) - BRODY p25 - COLE #3 p4 Reel - KERR MM 1 #5 p22 & KERR MM 4 #286 p30 "Poorhouse" Hornpipe" -- Clayton McMICHEN (fid) for Square Dancing with gtr & banjo rec by Alan Lomax DECCA (78 rpm) 1949 7"RTR-0364 aft "Soldier's Joy" & bef "Mississippi Sawyer" - Jass JOHNSTON (fid) & C B WOHLFORD (banjo) rec Concert in Virginia nd RTR-0322 - Hobart SMITH (5-str banjo) rec by Alan Lomax, Saltville, Va 1959: ATLANTIC SD-1350 - Franklin GEORGE & Dick SUMMERS (fids): SAYDISC Matchbox SDM-229 1972 with bowing effects - Clark KESSINGER (fid) accomp Gene MEADE (gtr) & Gene PARKER (banjo) rec Charles Faurot, Union Grove, NC 1968: SAYDISC Matchbox SDM-231 1972 with talk bef - Robert GILLIHAN (bow) rec by Mike Fenton Aug 1988 CASS-60-0803 - John BURKE (fid/gtr & banjo) "Old Time Fiddle tunes for banjo" 1975 CASS 30-0807 --- Chris NEWMAN (gtr instr) BBC Concert Hall Radio 2 23/8/82: CASS-10-0724 aft "Turkey in the Straw" - Tommy JARRELL (N Carolina fid) with Aly BAIN & others "Down Home" (TV Series) in USA & Canada LISMOR LIF-7011 1986 CASS-0814 - Hobart SMITH (banjo): ROUNDER 11661-11799-2 2001 - played by Earl COLLINS (fiddle), Missouri-Oklahoma 1970 on DVD 2003 Films of Bess Lomax Hawes (B/W)

ARKLE - Racehorse - KEMPTON PARK

ARKLOW LASSES - Slip Jig - Tunebook Ms #115 p44 (Em) - Cf LEVEY 1 #73 p29 (Dm) "Cork City" - KENNEDY FTB SJ&W 1999 #2 p3 2pts (Em)

ARKY'S TOAST - "We'll drink to the downfall of tyrants" Drinking Song -- ARKY'S TOAST: LEADER LER-2092 1975

ARM CHAIR, THE - MY GRANDMOTHER'S OLD ARMCHAIR

ARMADA - SIR FRANCIS DRAKE

ARMADA, THE - "Come hear again the story" - words by A G Gilchrist - KIDSON PS 1929

ARMAGH - County in N Ireland - AGHALEE HEROES - BARD OF ARMAGH - BLACK HORSE - BOYS FROM COUNTY ARMAGH - DRUMMOND'S LAND - GIRLS OF KEADY - HILLS OF GRANEMORE - I BOUGHT A MARE - NOVEMBER KEADY FAIR - PARK IN PORTADOWN - SOUR MILK CART - TANDARAGEE - UR-CHILL AN CREAGAIN (Noble Church of Creggan) - Recordings - see under AREA Listing

ARMY - see also AIR FORCE - CONSCRIPTION - RECRUITING - SOLDIERS - WAR

AROUND CAPE HORN - see also ROUNDING OF CAPE HORN -- Peter BELLAMY with Anthea, Louis Killen, Bill Shute & Lisa Null, Dave Swarbrick, Watersons, Royston & Heather Wood TOPIC 1979/ FLEDGLING FLE-1002 1992 "Both Sides Now & Then"

AROUND THE BAY OF MEXICO - ROUND THE BAY OF MEXICO

AROUND THE GREEN GRAVEL - GREEN GRAVELS

AROUND THE GROVE - "as I was walking" - WILLIAMS #158 Mrs Russell (w/o)

AROUND THE HUGE OAK - "that o'ershadows yon mill" - ROUD#1251 - BSs

AROUND THE WORLD - (Young/ Chappell) -- BOLDON BANJOES (instr): LEADER LER-2088 1973

AROUND THE WORLD FOR SPORT - Reel (Em) - COLE #2 p29 (Am) - KERR MM 1 #19 p35 "Round the World" - KENNEDY FTB 2 publ Mallinson 1997 #1 p3 4pts (Am) - LEVEY 2 #54 p23 "Round the World" - O'NEILL MOI #1442/ DMI #679 (G) alt: "Diversion everywhere" & "Fairies are dancing" - SULLIVAN 1 p17 - Cf TWEED p13 (D) "All Around the World" - Cf WISE MAID -- THE BOTHY BAND rec Kilburn National 24/7/78 - Strange Fruit SFRSCD-063 1996 bef "Rip the calico"

AROUND THE WORLD I'VE TRAVELLED - CUCKOLD'S SONG

A-ROVING ON A WINTER'S NIGHT - Peter BELLAMY with Anthea, Louis Killen, Bill Shute & Lisa Null, Dave Swarbrick, Watersons, Royston & Heather Wood TOPIC 1979/ FLEDGLING FLE-1002 1992 "Both Sides Now & Then"

ARRAN BOAT, THE - 6/8 March (Em) - BOWEN p17 - KERR MM 1 #2 p47

ARRAN LILT, AN - 2/4 March - KERR MM 1 #8 p47

ARRANE BEN DROGH HRAGHTALAGH (Smuggler's Lullaby) - Manx Gaelic - DOUGLAS TMFS 1957: Joan OWEN (unacc) rec by PK, Douglas, IOM 1958: 422

ARRANE KILKENNY - (Manx Milkmaid's Song) "spilled their buttermilk on the way to Douglas" - DOUGLAS TMFS 1929-- Joan OWEN (unacc) rec by PK, Douglas, IOM 1958: RPL LP 24012/ 422

ARRANE NY BLIEH - ("The Grinding Song") - Manx Gaelic - JFSS 21 [1918] refrain noted by Dr Clague (from Mannin Nov 1916) Gilchrist: tune related to "Lilliburkero", "Blue-eyed Stranger" & "The Mill, mill-0" - JFSS 30 [1926] p313Yn "Oabbyr Vwyllin" - DOUGLAS 1957 #6 p24 - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 # 73 Mona Douglas from Margaret Quayle, Glen Aldyn, Leyzayre, Man 1925 -- - Mona DOUGLAS: 007 - Joan OWEN (unacc) rec by PK, Douglas, IOM 1958: RPL LP 24012 422

ARRANE NY EEASTEYRYN - (Fisher's Song) - DOUGLAS 1929 2 p2 from Clague Coll

ARRANE NY NIEE - ("The Washing Song") - Manx Gaelic - KENNEDY FSBI 1275 #75 Mona Douglas from James Kelly, Ballachrink, Lonan, Man 1921 -- Mona DOUGLAS: 007

ARRANE NY SHEEAGHYN TROAILTAGH - (The Song of the Travelling Fairies) - Manx Gaelic - JFSS 1924 #28 p164 "Arrane y Clean-lleannoo" (cradle song) - DOUGLAS 1957 #1 p4 - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #76 from Caesar Cushin of Peel - JFSS 28 [1924] p164 "Arrane y Clean-lhannoo" (Cradle Song) - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #76 Cushin --Mona DOUGLAS unacc: 007 - Joan OWEN (unacc) rec by PK, Douglas 1958: RPL 24012/ 422

ARRANE NY VLIEAUN - ("The Milking Song") - Manx Gaelic - JFSS 30 [1926] p312 Mrs Faragher, Kerro Glass, Kirk Michael 1920 Churning Song - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #77 Farager -- Mona DOUGLAS: 007

ARRANE OIE-VIE - ("Good Night Song") - Manx Gaelic - DOUGLAS TMFS 1928 - "Auld Lang Syne" see TE TRAA GOLL THIE -- Joe & Winnie Woods: 007 - Joan OWEN (unacc) rec by PK, Douglas, IOM 1958: 422

ARRANE QUEEYL-NIEUEE - SNIEU, WHEEYL, SNIEU

ARRANE SAVEENAGH - ("Slumber Song") - Manx Gaelic - DOUGLAS TMFS 1957 -- Joan OWEN (unacc) rec by PK, Douglas, IOM 1958: 422

ARRANE Y LHONDOO - ("The Song of the Blackbird") - Manx Gaelic - DOUGLAS TMFS 1957 - JFSS 1924 #28 p150 Another "Blackbird" Song from Clague Coll: "Yn Eeanleyder as y Lhondhoo" - GRAVES 1928 p159 no source given - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #74 Mona Douglas from Tom Taggart, Grenaby, Malew, Man 1924 - Mona DOUGLAS: 007 - Joan OWEN rec by PK, Douglas IOM 27/2/58: RPL LP 24012/ 422

ARRANMORE DISASTER, THE - "Good people dear, pray lend an ear" - Shipwreck - ROUD#2956 - RANSON SOWC 1948 p125 6v w/o "Aranmore D" - SHIELDS SRT 1981 p43 John Butcher (Jnr), Ballysally, Co Derry 1969 (European Ethnic SRT-3)

ARRANMORE ISLANDS - Co Donegal -- Recordings - see AREA Listing

ARSCOTT OF TETCOTT - HUNTING OF ARSCOTT OF TETCOTT

ART O KEEFE'S JIG - HARE IN THE CORN

ART O KEEFE'S POLKA - CRANITCH p68 (D) - TWEED p37 (A)

ART O KEEFE'S SLIDE - MOYLAN 2 #268 pp152-3 (Am) 12/8 from John O Leary (melodeon) - MY LOVE IN THE MORNING

ARTHUR-A-BLAND - ROBIN HOOD & THE TANNER

ARTHUR ASKEY - CHARLIE CHAPLIN WENT TO FRANCE

ARTHUR BOND'S MARE - "Come all you bold sportsmen" - Horse Race on Kennedy's Plains - HENRY SOP #783 to the tune of "Master Mcgrath" (another racing song) - see OLD GREY MARE -- Tom Vallely rec by PK, Armagh 1952: 431 10v & talk bef

ARTHUR CURTIS'S HORSE - "AC lost his horse" - Recitation by Frank O Hara - ROUD#1949 - IVES FSNB 1989 pp76-77 Wilmot McDonald NB (w/o)

ARTHUR DARLEY'S (REEL) - Jig -- Johnny DOHERTY (fid) rec by David Hammond 1975: GAEL-LINN CEF 072-3 1978

ARTHUR Mc BRIDE - "I once had a (first) cousin called AMB" - ROUD#2355 - BSs - BARING-GOULD SOW (Rev Ed only) p229 Ms#112 from Samuel Fone, Mary Tavy, Devon FWB 1892 - ORD p306 - GRIEG- DUNCAN 1 p180 4var - JOYCE OIFM 1909 #428 pp239-40 Co Limerick 4dv/m - ORD BB 1930 - PALMER RS 1977 p55 "The Recruiting Sergeant" from Ord - RAKES OF KILDARE (Jig) -- Redd SULLIVAN (+ drum only) BBC "Folk on Friday" REC-95S 1970 - Tony CAPSTICK with HEDGEHOG PIE: RUBBER RUB-004 1971 aft "Rambling Royal" - PLANXTY: POLYDOR Super 2383-186 1973 from Joyce - Martin CARTER with Graham JONES rec by PK, Dartington Ciderhouse 1975: 7"RTR-0365 - John KIRKPATRICK (v/acc) 28/12/88: CASS-60-0547

ARTHUR O' BRADLEY - "Come neighbours and listen awhile" - "Twas in the month of May" - Comic Courting/ Wedding Song - ROUD#365 - BSs - song referred to by Ben Johnson, Dekker & other Elizabethan dramatists - BELL SP 1857 p358 - CHAPPELL PMOT 1858 p539 - ROXBURGHE 1871 7 p312 - London Vocalist pp28-29 (w/o) "Arthur O Bradley's Wedding" - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1970 pp349-50 Jonathon Pearce, Draycott, Somerset 1906/ Richard Bond, Idbury, Oxfordsh 1923 (w/o) - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 p271 #68 Frederick Newman, Cold Aston, Gloucestersh (w/o)/ #427 Walter Poole, Minety, Wiltsh (w/o) (138 lines) "Arthur O Bradley-O" - REEVES IP #5 pp66-7 Richard Bond, Idbury, Oxfordsh 1923 - HARVEY Ballads & Songs of East Anglia p118 -- Frank CHAMBERLAYNE rec by Peter Duddridge 1964: tape

ARTHUR'S SEAT - "Come lay me soft and draw me near" cry of a heartbroken female in Edinburgh whose bed will be A'S - version of DIED FOR LOVE q v

ARTHUR'S SEAT - Strathspey comp by J Scott-Skinner - BRODY p26 Bb -- Pamby DICK (mel/piano) from 78 rpm disk: TOPIC 12-T-376 1978 - Jimmy GARSON (+ guitar), Orkney rec by PK, Dounby, Orkney 1955: 064 1977

ARTICHOKES AND CAULIFLOWERS - "An old woman lived at Rumford...who'll come buy my A&C?" - Bs by FORD of Chesterfield 1830s (Palmer Reprint 2001) - see also BARROW GIRL

ARTIFICIALS - NINETEEN YEARS OLD - STEAM ARM

ARTILLERY ALPHABET - ALPHABET SONG

ARTS -- Norman Buchan, MP, talking about Arts & F/m rec Edinburgh Folk Festival Radio 2 14/4/84 CASS-15-0764 mentions Jennie Lee, MP