GEAFTAI BHAILE BUI -- O BOYLE Family: CEOLTA GAEL OSS-2 1971 on d/cass 0938-C60

GEAY JEH'N AER - (The Sea Invocation) -- Joan OWEN (unacc) rec Isle of Man 27/2/58: RPL LP 24012 - Joe WOODS talk & song in Manx Gaelic then song in English by Joe & his sister, Winifred: 007

GED IS GRIANACH AN LATHA - (Although the day it may be sunny) - Scots Gaelic - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 -- Flora McNEIL of Barra rec by PK 1967: 001 - Peggy Mc NEIL & group & Joan Mc KENZIE & children rec Greenock, Renfrewsh 4/6/63: RPL LP 29714

GEE WHOA DONKEY - SWAGGERING BONEY

GEESE - FLIGHT OF THE WILD GEESE (Jig) - FOX & THE GOOSE - GANDER IN THE PRATIE HOLE - GEESE IN THE BOG - GREY GOOSE - OLD GREY GOOSE - OLD MOTHER GOOSE

GEESE IN THE BOG, THE - Jig (Am) - BREATHNACH CRE 2 #53 p29 - COLE #9 p77 (D) - CRANITCH #6 p127 - FUREY p26 (A) says geese were soldiers hiding - GIBLIN #88 p40 (D) - KERR MM 1 p40 - LEVEY 1 #61 pp24-5 - MITCHELL & SMALL #50 pp96-7 4pts from Patsy Touhey (U-pipes) - O'NEILL MOI #1085/ DMI #279 (##A) "The Geese in the Bogs" - ROCHE 1 #91 p40 3pts (3nd strain has pizzicato low G imitating the sound of the geese) - SULLIVAN 2 #35 p14 - see also LARK'S MARCH -- Michael COLEMAN (fid) rec USA 1921-36: VIVA VOCE d/cass-004 1991 aft "Basket of Turf" - Rose MURPHY: TOPIC 1976/ OSSIAN OSS-21 1989/ CASS-1279 "Goose in the Bog"

GELD HIM, LASSES, GELD HIM - Caledonian Pocket Companion - Wm Vicker's Ms Book -- Alistair ANDERSON (Engl-conc & gtr): TOPIC 12-TS-371 1978

GELDING OF THE DEVIL, THE - "Now listen a while and I will tell" - ROUD#9312 - FARMER Merry Songs & Ballads (1897) 3 pp62-5

GELYNEN, A - (The Holly Tree) - Welsh -- AR LOG Concert Hall Radio 2 13/9/82: CASS-0474

GEM SCHOTTISCHE - KOHLER 1 p89 (C) 2/4

GENERAL BURGOYNE'S MARCH -- The NE Concertina Players rec Newcastle 1992: CASS-1228

GENERAL GARIBALDI - KOHLER 1 p92 (D) Strathspey & Reel

GENERAL GATHERING 1745, THE - Jig (D) - KERR MM 2 #320 p35

GENERAL GRAHAM'S WALTZ - Tunebook Ms (G) 3pts #54 p463

GENERAL GUINNESS - "You've heard of General Wellington who won at Waterloo" - ROUD#2914 - MORTON FSU 1970 pp84-6 Co Armagh -- Dick Bamber rec by Robin Morton, Portadown, Co Armagh: MERCIER IRL-11

GENERAL HARDING - HARDING'S DEFEAT

GENERAL JINKS - "General Jinks of the Horse Guards Blue" - BSs - Instrum dance tune: CAPTAIN JINKS

GENERAL KEAY'S GRAND SLOW MARCH - Tunebook Ms (D) #72 p159

GENERAL LUDD'S TRIUMPH - "No more chant your old rhymes about bold Robin Hood" - "Ludd hero of Nottinghamshire" - PALMER TOTT 1974 p286 text: Public Record Office H42/119 dated 27Jan 1812/ tune used "Poor Jack" by Charles Dibdin adapted - HUNTING A LOAF

GENERAL McBEAN - SPORTING PADDY (Reel)

GENERAL MILAIS'S GRAND MARCH - Tunebook Ms (D) #73 p160

GENERAL MONK'S MARCH - Jig - PLAYFORD - Note in CHAPPELL PMOT 1858 p64 - THE DRUM MAJOR uses adaptation of this tune - see BELLE ISLE'S (often called MONK'S MARCH) -- Tommy PEOPLES (fid) with Paul BRADY (gtr) SHANACHIE 29003 1976/ CASS-0486 aft "High Part of the Road"

GENERAL MONROE - "My name is George Campbell at the age of eighteen" (O Lochlainn) who was betrayed by a woman on the battlefield at Ballynahinch and hanged at Lisburn 13th June 1798 (3 days after the battle) - ROUD#1166 - (Grainger:#2544) - BSs - O'LOCHLAINN ISB 1939 pp130-1 nn, Belfast 1912 (text from BS) - JIFSS 14: 35 - ZIMMERMAN IPSB 1966 p156 - HEALY OISB 2 1969 pp60-62 BS (w/o) - STUBBS LOM 1970 p33: George Townsend, Lewes, Sussex 1961 "G Manroe"("My name is George Clokey") - O BOYLE 1976 p64 (5v) from his father (tune hitherto unpubl/ notes) - FMJ 1992 p351 "Valiant Monroe" Grainger Ms#330: Archer "Daddy" Lane Winchcombe Glos 1908 "O the music conveyed us to the fighting ground" - spyglass - hides in pigsty --- PEACOCK NFL 1965 p998 - see also SALLY MONROE -- Frank McPEAKE (unacc) rec by PK, Belfast 9/7/52: 7"RTR-0542/ RPL 18290/ 176 with talk about song - Kathleen McPEAKE: DTS LFX-3 1965 - Arthur KEARNEY: TOPIC 12-T-153 1966 - IRISH COUNTRY FOUR: TOPIC 12-TS-209 1971 - Charlie McGONIGLE (unacc) Inishowen, Co Donegal ITSC 001 CASS-0887 "Gen Owen Roe"

GENERAL SCOTT AND THE VETERAN - "An old crippled veteran to the wars" - American Civil War Song - Gen Winfield Scott was hero of 1812 - although he came from Virginia he sides with the Union - ROUD#7456 - WARNER 1984 #13 p69 -- John GALUSHA rec by Frank & Anne Warner 1941: 921

GENERAL TAYLOR - SANTY ANNA

GENERAL WOLFE - BOLD GENERAL WOLFE

GENERALS ALL - DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH

GENERATIONS OF CHANGE - Words by Matt Armour to trad tune about East Neuk of Fife -- Cilla FISHER & Artie TRESIZE: TOPIC 12-TS- 405 1979/ Radio 2 29/9/89: CASS-0487

GENEROUS FARMER, THE - "once soaking his clay" - ROUD#1305 - BSs

GENEROUS GIFT, THE - NOBLEMAN AND THRESHER

GENEROUS LOVER, THE - Song about cruel parents - JIFS coll Lloyd from Mary Hackett, Limerick 1947 -- Frankie ARMSTRONG: ARGO ZFB-64 1968

GENETTE AND GENOE - "You are going far away from your poor Genette" - ROUD#391 - HUNTINGTON SWS 1964 pp245-6 Ship's log 1849-52 (w/o)

GENIUS, THE - "When once a very little boy" - ROUD#12899 - WILLIAMS #30 Wm Mills, Ablington, Gloucestersh (w/o)

GENTLE ANNIE - "You wilt come no more, G A" - ROUD#2973 - BSs - WILLIAMS #518: Mr Bridgeman, Wanborough, Wiltsh (w/o)

GENTLE ANNIE - Australian Song from David Lumsden of Ardbourne -- Martin WYNDHAM-READ: LEADER LER-2028 1971 - Vin GARBUTT: TOPIC 12-TS-378 1977 - BARNBRACK Irish Party Sing-Song: CASS-60-0926 & 0927 nd - Mick FOSTER (acc/gui/voc) & Tony ALLEN (mand): RITZ London LC-0008 nd/ CASS-0952

GENTLE ANNIE - "Thou wilt come no more GA" - ROUD#2656 - Many BSs incl BG 5 #79 and parodies on song - WILLIAMS Ms #Wt5118

GENTLE BOY, THE - "Twas on one dark and stormy night" - boy lamenting - why doesn't his father's ship return ? - ROUD#2973 - BETHKE AV 1981 p117 Ted Ashlaw, Hermon, NY 1972 -- (Ted Ashlaw, rec by Robert Bethke, Hermon, NY 1972: PHILO 1022)

GENTLE COLEEN RUA, THE - "O fairy girl, O darling girl, if I were near thee now" - ROUD#9308 -- Mary MURPHY rec by PK, Brackialislea, Draperstown, Co Derry 21/5/53: RPL 19975

GENTLE DARK EYED MARY - March (Bm) - KERR MM 1 #19 p48

GENTLE FAIR JENNY - WETHER'S SKIN

GENTLE GWEN - GWENNO FWYN

GENTLE JENNY GRAY - "My heart is sad - I'll tell you why" -- ROUD #12883 - BSs - WILLIAMS #485 John Lewis, Burton, Wiltsh (w/o)

GENTLE JOHN - Kids Ring Game - OPIE SG 1985 #28 pp154-6

GENTLE MAIDEN, THE - Song Air - ROCHE 3 #35 p10 (G) 6/8 alt: "The Men of the West" - tune is slowed version of ROSIN THE BEAU -- THE FONTANAS: PICKWICK Hallmark HM-544 1968 (M) - Billy PIGG (N-pipes) with Foster CHARLTON (fid) & John DOONAN (piccolo): LEADER LEA-4006 1971 - Jack ARMSTRONG with Pat JENNINGS (N- pipes duet): SAYDISC SDL-252 1972 - Jim COUZA (H-dulc) with Eileen MONGER (Harp): SAYDISC SDL-335 1983 aft "As I roved out", "Miss Hamilton" & "Christine's Waltz" (Couza) -- Colin ROSS (N-pipes) rec by Burt Feintuch, Portsmouth, NH 20/8/98: SMITHSONIAN-FOLKWAYS SFW-40473 1999 aft "Jock o Hazeldean"

GENTLE MOTHER -- BARNBRACK Irish Party Sing-Song: CASS-60-0926 & 0927 nd - Mick FOSTER (acc/gui/voc) & Tony ALLEN (gui/voc): RITZ London LC-TV-1/ CASS-0956

GENTLE OLD MAN, THE - HEN WR MWYN

GENTLE PHILIP FANY -- Seamus ENNIS rec by Pat Sky: FREE REED FFR-001-2 1976

GENTLE SHEPHERDESS, THE - SAILOR AND THE SHEPHERDESS

GENTLE SWEET JENNY "My heart is sad I'll tell you why" - ROUD#12883 - BSs

GENTLEMAN GAY - "A pretty young lass she was raking the hay" - KIDSON FSNC 1922 (words by Ethel Kidson)

GENTLEMAN NEAR LONDON, THE - WILLIAM AND HARRIET

GENTLEMAN SOLDIER or THIEF, THE - SENTRY BOX

GENTLEMEN OF HIGH RENOWN - BOLD REYNOLDS

GENTLY, JOHNNY, MY JINGALO - MATTHEW THE MILLER

GENTRY - DUKES - EARLS - LADIES - LORDS - ROYALTY

GEORDIE - GEORGIE

GEORDIE BLACK - "My name is G B I'm getting very old" - ROUD#3507 - LLOYD CABM p67 - POLWARTH 1969 p27 Tune from Jack Elliott and words comp by R Harrison

GEORDIE GILL - "Of a the lads I see or know" - comp by Robert Anderson 1804 to the tune "Andrew with his cutty-gun" - ROUD#1536/ #2524 - STOKOE-REAY SBNE pp110-111 - FMJ 4:4 1983 pp358-9 Lucy Broadwood Ms (m/o) - PALMER RVW 1983 pp16-17 Mr Carruthers, Carlisle, Cumberland 1906

GEORDIE HAUD THE BAIRN - COME GIVE ME A SLICE OF YOUR BREAD

GEORDIE McKAY - Scots - courting a girl "with a glint in her eye" -- Richard GREEN (with auto-harp) rec by Peter Duddridge, Cheltenham, Glos, 1963: 4"RTR-0878

GEORDIE McINTYRE - MUCKIN' O' GEORDIE'S BYRE

GEORDIE McPHEE - Story told by Andrew Stewart (tinker): collected by Hamish Henderson: DOUGLAS Aberdeen UP 1987

GEORDIE MOIR - "Lasses are in toon and country - that wishes to keep a guid name - Dinna gang near the Schoolhill - when Shakin Geordie he's at hame" - Ch: "For he's my bonny hosein' laddie - stocking merchant I adore - aye he's tossed in Abertdeen - my curly-headed GM" - ROUD#6772 - GREIG-DUNCAN 6 1995 #1081 p14 (2v&ch/m)

GEORDIE WEIR - "I am a soft country chippie and my name is G W" - Glasgow Street Song -ROUD#6331 - MacCOLL-SEEGER TDIA 1986 from Belle Stewart

GEORDIES - NEWCASTLE - NORTHUMBERLAND - TYNESIDE

GEORDIE'S JIG - comp by George Hepple - SEATTLE 1990 p33 gives the 2 versions: George Hepple (fid) & George Mitchell of Cheviot Ranters -- THE CHEVIOT RANTERS: TOPIC 12-T-214 1972 used for "Cumberland Reel" - George HEPPLE (fid): TOPIC 12-TS-239 1974

GEORDIE'S PENKER - "Wor Geordie's lost his penker" (marble) - SPIN mag 3/2 p15 - POLWARTH 1969 p17 from Len Elliott "Wor Geordie" -- Jack Elliott rec by PK, Birtley, Co Durham 12/12/62 - Armagh Rhymers cassette

GEORDIELAND "68" - Recitation with sound of trains shunting -- Bob DAVENPORT & THE MARSDEN RATTLERS: LEADER LER-3008 1971

GEORGE ALOE AND THE SWEEPSTAKE - "Along the coast of High Barbaree" - CHILD #285 - see notes LAWS ABBB 1957 pp157-8 #K-33 High Barbary" - (ROUD#134) - ASHTON RSS 1891 #11 "The Sailor's Only Delight" - SHAY 1925 p58 - PALMER OBSS #8 p13 Ashton "The Sailor's Only Delight" (w/o) - Cf BOLD PRINCESS ROYAL - HIGH BARBAREE

GEORGE BARNWELL - GEORGIE BARNWELL

GEORGE BRABAZON - PLANXTY GEORGE BRABAZON

GEORGE CAMPBELL - GENERAL MUNROE

GEORGE COLLINS - "walked out one May morning" - Water-sprite takes revenge on her unfaithful lover - CHILD #42 "Clerk Colvill"/ #85 "Lady Alice" - ROUD#147 - BRONSON 2 (43var) - BUCHAN GSOB 1825 pp92-93 Aberdeensh (w/o) "Clerk Colvill and the Mermaid" - MASON 1877 - MASON NRCS 1908 p46 "Giles Collins" - HALLIWELL NR 1812 - NOTES & QUERIES 1 418 & 2 354 - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 pp106-7 Sister Emma, Clewer, Berks 1909 - JFSS 3:4 (13) 1909 pp299-302 Guyer 4var Hampsh - JFSS 2:4 (15) 1910 pp106-9 Guyer: Henry & Philip Gaylor, Minstead/ George Blake 1v/m, St Denys/ Henry Stansbridge 1v/m, Lyndhurst, Hampsh 1906 (Discussion by Barbara Cra'ster with cf with Breton & "Lady Alice" texts) - HAGGARD IWBN 1935 pp170-1 Norfolk (w/o) "Giles Collins & Lady Annice" - PENGUIN BEFS 1959 pp44-5 Gardiner: Henry Stansbridge, Lyndhurst, Hants - JEFDSS 1961 p72 Enos White transcr by Michael Bell - PURSLOW WS 1968 pp46-7 Gardiner: Henry Blake, Bartley, Hants 1908 - COPPER SSB 1973 pp246-7 Enos White --- SHARP FSSA 1917/32 #25 "Giles Collins" #25 Mrs Dora Shelton, Allanstand, NC 1916/ Mrs Hester House, Hot Springs, NC 11916/ Miss Mary McKinney, Henderson Co., NC 1914/ Mr Dana Norton, Flag Pond, Tenn 1916/ Miss Viney Norton, Big Laurel, NC 1916/ Mrs Anna Bailey, Mine Fork, Burnsville, NC 1918 - HENRY FSSH 1938 pp89-90 Mrs Samuel Harmon, Tenn 1930/ Joel Boyd, Va (w/o)/ Mrs Ewart Wilson, NC 1v (w/o) - RANDOLPH OFS 1946 1 pp139-140 Lisbeth Hayes, Ark 1920 - HUDSON FSM 1936 pp107-111 Mrs Belle Holt Hubbard (w/o)/ John Miller McLachlan, Mi 1932 (w/o)/ Mary Ila Long, Mi (w/o) "G Collum"/ Frankie Stewart, Mi (w/o) "G Promer" - BROWN 2 1952 p131 - COFFIN-RENWICK 86/241 - DAVIS Virginia 1960 - CREIGHTON MFS 1962 p85 J S Muise, NS 1947 4v (w/o) - HENRY-MATTESON p2 - KARPELES FSFN 1971 #12 pp67-8 Mary Tibbs, Trinity, Nfl 1929 - PEACOCK NFL 1965 p738 - WARNER TAFS 1984 #96 p239-241 Lee Monroe Presnell, NC 1951 - Cf LORD THOMAS - LORD LOVEL -- Enos WHITE rec by Bob Copper, Axford, Hampsh 25/7/55: RPL 21857/ CAEDMON TC-1145/ TOPIC 12-T- 160/ 426 & 502/ TOPIC 12-T-317 1977/ TSCD-653 1998 - A L LLOYD rec by AL & PK 22/4/51: 056/ RIVERSIDE RLP-12-623 - Shirley COLLINS with Dolly (flute organ): TOPIC 12-T-170 1967 - Ewan MacCOLL & Peggy SEEGER "The Long Harvest": ARGO ZDA-72 1967 - Martin CARTER: TRADITIONAL SOUND TSR-012 1972 - Tom GILFELLON: LEADER LER-2079 1972 (Gardiner version) - Dave BURLAND: FOLKSOUND FS-100 1974 Critics version -- Hedy WEST: TOPIC 12-T-163 1967 - Frank PROFFITT (voc & banjo & unacc)/ rec by Frank & Anne Warner, Beech Mt. Watauga Co, NC USA 1962: 933/ rec Sandy Paton: FOLKWAYS FA-2360 - Lee Monroe PRESNELL rec by Frank & Anne Warner: 923/ APPLESEED APR-CD-036 2000 - Jean RITCHIE with dulc & banjo: LONDON (SIRE) SES-97014 "Johnny Collins"

GEORGE JONES - CHARLES AUGUSTUS ANDERSON

GEORGE KEARY - KELLY THE PIRATE

GEORGE MORRIS - Song comp by John McDonald about famous singer of Bothy Ballads ("Cornkisters") -- John MACDONALD (voc/mel) rec by PK, Pitgaveny, Elgin, Moraysh 23/7/55: 061 #17 talk bef

GEORGE OGILVIE - LIVERPOOL LANDLADY

GEORGE PRIVETT'S POLKA -- OLD SWAN BAND FREE REED FRR-011 1976 bef "Percy Brown's"

GEORGE PROMER - GEORGE COLLINS

GEORGE REILLY - "On a bright summer's morning the weather being fair" - Sailor asks her to forget about her lover and tells her Reilly was his messmate and was killed by French cannonball but eventually he reveals himself - LAWS #N-36/37 ABBB 1957 pp221- 222 - ROUD#267 - BSs incl BG 3:#133/ 9:#146 - GREIG-DUNCAN 5 1995 #1039 pp428-430 (3var 6v/2m) "G Riley" - GREIG-KEITH LL 1925 p138 --- SHARP FSSA 2 p23 Va - BREWSTER - COX - THOMPSON PS 1939 pp51-3 Stevens-Douglas Ms NY 1941-56 (w/o)

GEORGE RIDLER'S OVEN - "The stones, the stones - that built GR's oven" - ROUD#1319 - BS by Pitts - Also called MY DOG AND I - Gloucestershire Drinking Song with text originating from The Gloucestershire Society founded 1687 when Roman Catholics and Dissenters, Presley Green, united against Cromwell's dictatorship - Ridler stood for Charles I, the oven for the Cavaliers - Best known example of a "secret toast" surviving in tradition - see also "Poor Tom", Lodsworth Harvest Supper Song in in JFSS 3 pp68-70 and its congeners in JFSS 5 pp275-6 & JFSS 28 pp182-3 References to tune in CHAPPELL NEA 1838 pp161-2 & PMOT 1858 pp290-1 - As "Bobbing Joe" it is used for MORRIS DANCE - see DEAN-SMITH p68 - BELL SOP 1857 pp199-202/p419 with notes about each verse - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 #391 p579-80 Wm Hedges, Chipping Camden/ Sharp: George Gardiner, Oakridge, Gloucester (with mention of Blakeney Quarry) - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 pp291-2 #169 Gloucestersh (w/o) - KIDSON GEF 1926 pp80-1 -- SONGWAINERS, Cheltenham, Gloucestersh: ARGO ZFB-31 1971

GEORGE THE FOURTH - KING GEORGE THE FOURTH

GEORGE WASHINGTON - LADY WASHINGTON

GEORGE WASHINGTON NEVER TOLD A LIE - "So he ran round the corner and stole a cherry pie" -- rec by Damian Webb, Tralee, Co Kerry 1960: IRE/36/ 179 also includes CHARLIE CHAPLIN WENT TO FRANCE - Pope's ARKANSAS MOUNTAINEERS with fid & gtr rec Memphis Tenn 1928 (NEW WORLD NW-226)/ CASS-0476-7

GEORGE WHITE'S FAVOURITE - Reel (G) - BREATHNACH CRE 1 #97 p42 - FUREY p42 "Corakerry Lass" -- Paddy BREEN (vert flute) of Clare, rec by PK, London 1952: 078 - Michael GORMAN (fid) of Co Sligo with Margaret BARRY (banjo), rec by PK, London, 1956: 174/ TOPIC 12-T-288 1976 "Carracastle Lasses"/ SAYDISC (CD) SDL-420 1997 "Traditional Dance Music of Ireland" - Felix DORAN (U-pipes) rec by PK, Clones, Co Monaghan 1964: 172/ TOPIC 12-T-288 1976 "Last of the Travelling Pipers"/ OSSIAN OSS 63 on CASS-1278 bef "Ivy Leaf"

GEORGIA SEA ISLANDS - I GOT A HOME - WALK, BILLY ABBOTT - WALK ON THE BAY -- Recordings see AREA Listing

GEORGIA - (Ex USSR) - RUSSIA

GEORGIA ON MY MIND -- RONSTEDZ SWING JAZZ rec PK, Totnes, Devon 1979: 251

GEORGIA RAILROAD - American Dance-Song -- Martin SIMPSON (dulc) RPL Radio 2 "Folkweave" 29/11/79: CASS-0411

GEORGIANA - Jig - KENNEDY FTB#3 Jigs pub Mallinson 1997 #51 p14 (G & D) - Tunebook Ms #29 p344

GEORGIE (or GEORDIE) - "As I crossed over London's Bridge one misty morning early" - hearing that G is to be condemned for deer-poaching, his girl friend goes to the High Court to plead for him, but she is too late for he is already condemned to be hung - CHILD #209 - ROUD#90 - BSs "The Maid's Lamentation for the Loss of her Georgy" or "The Life of Georgey" incl BG 5:#43 - BRONSON - JOHNSON SMM 1787 4 pp356-7 (346A) ("There was a battle in the North") - KIDSON TT 1891 pp24-6 nn, Howden, Yorksh (notes on song) - GREIG-DUNCAN 2 p223 (11var) - BROADWOOD ETSC 1908 pp32-3 & p117 Henry Burstow, Horsham, Sussex 1893 "Georgie" (notes on song & singer) - SHARP-MARSON FSS 1 pp5 & pp58-9 Mrs Overd - SHARP Sel Ed 2 pp24-25 - SHARP Schl Ser 5 - SHARP- KARPELES CSC 1974 pp174-180 Mrs Overd, Langport/ Mrs Lucy White (her sister), Hambridge 1904 1v/m/ Wm Mantle, Bridgwater 1906 1v/m/ Mrs Callow, Stockham Cross 1908 1v/m/ Charles Neville, East Coker 1908 1v/m/ James Fudge, East Combe 1908 (m/o)/ Mrs Glover, Huish Episcopi 1904/ Charles Young, Puriton, Somerset 1906 1v/m/ Mrs Wixey, Buckland, Gloucestersh 1909/ Wm Bailey, Cannington, Som 1906 (m/o) - JFSS 1:4 1902 pp164-5 Lucy Broadwood: Henry Burstow, Horsham, Sussex 1893 "Banstead Downs" - JFSS 2:6 1905 pp27-8 Sharp: Mrs Overd/ Lucy White 2v/m - JFSS 2:8 1906 p208 RVW: Mr Deadman, Rodmell, Sussex 1906 "As I walked over London Bridge" - JFSS 3:12 1908 pp191-2 Grainger: Joseph Taylor, Brigg, Lincs 1906 (m/o) - JFSS 4:15 1910 pp89-90 RVW: Wm Debbidge, Acle, Norfolk 1908 - JFSS 4:17 1913 pp332-3 RVW & Butterworth: Mr Newby, Reydon, Suffolk 1910 (m/o)/ RVW: Mr Jefries, Mitcham, Surrey 1907 1v/m/ Hammond: Mrs Bartlett, Halstock Leigh 1v/m/ Robert Gale, Powerstock, Dorset (m/o)/ Sharp: Charles Neville (m/o)/ Wm Mantle, Bridgwater, Somerset 1908 "Georgie" - VAUGHAN WILLIAMS FSEC 1907 pp47-9 Cambridgesh - CLAY FFS c1908 p1 Mary Haynes, Hartlebury, Worcestersh 1908 "Spare me the life of Georgie" - GRAINGER #137 Joseph Taylor, Brigg, Lincolnsh 1906/ #310: Mary Anne Roberts, Winchcombe, Gloucestersh 1909 - GILLINGTON SOR 1911 (frag under title of "The Warminster Song") - ORD BB 1930 p408 (23v & tune) "Gight's Lady" & p456 "My Geordie-O" (7v & ch words only) - KIDSON FSNC 1927 - JEFDSS 1958 p148 Cox version transcr by Michael Bell - PENGUIN BEFS 1959 p42-3 Sharp: Charles Neville - REEVES EC 1960 pp119-20 Gardiner: Mrs Barnes, Medstead, Hampsh 1907/ Hammond: Sergeant Fudge, East Combe, Somerset 1907 (w/o) "Georgie" - SEEGER-McCOLL SI 1960 p81 Betsy Henry (McColl's mother), Auchterarder, Perthsh (with text augmented from Greig FSNE) ("Will ye gang to the highlands?") - PALMER SOM 1972 p77 from CLAY - FMJ 3:1 1975 pp73-4 Mike Yates: Levi Smith (gypsy), Surrey 1974 "Georgie" ("What did Georgie done on Shooter's Hill?") - McCOLL-SEEGER TSES 1977 pp91-5 Henry Hughes, Levi Smith & Nelson Ridley (gypsies) - HOLLOWAY & BLACK LEBB 2 1979 pp155-6 Bs Jennings London "The Maid's Lamentation for the loss of her Georgy" - PALMER EBECS 1979 #42 pp83-85 from CLAYs - ED&S 42:3 1980 pp16-18 Ian Russell: Don Easter, Rotherham. Yorks 1979 "Georgie" --- SHARP FSSA 1917/32 #34 (vol 1 pp240-3) 6var: William F.Wells, Swannanoah, NC 1916/ Mrs Jane Gentry, Hot Springs, NC 1916/ Mrs Sarah Buckner, Black Mt., NC 1916/Mrs Laura Virginia Donald, Dewey, Va. 1918/ Mrs Molly E.Bowyer, Villamont, Va 1918/ Mrs Julie Boone, Micaville, NC 1918 - COX FSS p135 (w/o) - DAVIS TBV p435 (w/o) - JAFL xxxii 504 (w/o) - RANDOLPH OFS 1946 1 pp161-5 George Underwood, Mo 1928/ Mrs Elizabeth Waddell, Mo 1930 1v (w/o)/ Mrs Emma Dusenbury, Ark 1930 (w/o)/ Mrs George Dunaway, Ark 1942 "The Life of Georgie" - CREIGHTON MFS 1961 p27 Nathan Hatt, NS 1952 - PARLER ABB 1963 p21 Mrs Evelyn Skaggs, Ark 1954 (w/o) "Georgie" -- Isaac TROUP #052, Alex CLARK #277, Bell DUNCAN #285/ 287-8/ 295, Mrs William DUNCAN #295 rec on Dictaphone by James M.Carpenter, N.E. Scotland 1929-35 - Louis HOOPER rec by Douglas Cleverdon 7/2/42: RPL 4014 (78 rpm) "Geordie or Bohenny" - Alec BLOOMFIELD rec by PK, Benhall, Framlingham, Suffolk 1950: 040/ 502/ rec by PK 14/5/52: RPL 21150 "Young George Oxbury" - George BLOOMFIELD, his father, rec PK, Ipswich 1952: RPL 21151 - Harry COX, rec by PK, Sutton, Norfolk 9/10/53: RPL 21481 "Georgie" talk bef & aft/ CAEDMON TC 1146/ TOPIC 12-T-161/ 502 (1v only)/ rec by Mervyn Plunkett 9/58: TOPIC TSCD-512 (D) 2000 (speaks word "lady" at end) - Mary TAYLOR (daughter of Joseph who sang to Percy Grainger) rec by PK, Saxby-all-Saints, Lincolnsh 1953: 135 - Teresa MAGUIRE rec by Sean O Boyle, Belfast 1955: RPL LP 24842 "The Jersey" - A L LLOYD: RIVERSIDE RLP-12-624 1956 - Shirley COLLINS: COLLECTOR JEB-3 1959 (45 EP) - John PEARSE (voc/gtr) with talk bef "Calling the tune" #8 11/3/63 - Carolyne HUGHES (gypsy) rec by PK, Blandford, Dorset 1968: 043 - Levi SMITH (gypsy) rec by Mike Yates, Epsom, Surrey: TOPIC 12-T-253 1975/ TOPIC TSCD-661 Travellers "Georgie" - Frankie ARMSTRONG: ARGO ZFB-64 1968 from Mrs J Butcher, Brentford, Essex - Shirley & Dolly COLLINS: EMI SHVC-771 1970 - Maddy PRIOR & June TABOR: CHRYSALIS CHR-1101 1976 --- Jean RITCHIE (unacc) rec New York Sept 1950: RPL 16042 - Mrs Carrie GROVER rec by Maud Karpeles, Berwyn, Pa USA 31/7/55: RPL 23792/ 908 - Paul CLAYTON (voc/ gtr) of Boston Mass rec by PK, London 7/5/57: RPL LP 23448 - Joan BAEZ: VANGUARD SVXL-100 1963 - Doc WATSON (voc/gtr) with Merle (gtr) & Rus SAVAKUS (bass): VANGUARD TFL- 6083 1967 - Jo FREYA SAYDISC SDL-402 (CD) 1993

GEORGIE BARNWELL - "Near Cheapside there lived a butcher" - GB was the young "London apprentice" who was kept in the shop, but a naughty woman squeezes his hand, and seduces him in the countryside - in last verse he shoots his uncle who was studying his good books - ROUD#546 - BSs "Georgie Barnwell" incl SBG 5:#85- RITSON Ancient Songs 1790 - ASHTON MSB 1888 pp116-8 Bs (w/o) - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 pp232-3 #355 'Wassail' Harvey, Cricklade, Wilts 6v/ #578 (w/o) "G Barnell" -- Sandra KERR (voc/ gtr & dulc) with London Critics Group: ARGO ZFB-60 1967 (tune by Ewan MacColl) - BULLY WEE rec S Yorks Festival on Radio 2: 17/5/82: CASS-0415 "Cheapside"

GEORGIE GAIR - ANDREW WITH HIS CUTTY GUN

GEORGIE JEEMS - LORD GREGORY

GEORGIE, PORGIE, PUDDING AND PIE -- Nursery Rhymes arr Nigel Pegrum & Vince Cross CASS#1173 with schoolchildren mixed with studio

GEORGINA - JENNY JONES (K)

GERMAN BANDS - JERUSALEM CUCKOO

GERMAN BOYS ARE AWFULLY FUNNY - "this is how they earn/spend their money - boopserada out goes she" - Children's Skipping - see German version of ENNA MEENA - HA HA VERY FUNNY (German Bunny) -- rec by Damian Webb, 16/14 St James's Junior Girls Paisley 1961: 190

GERMAN CLOCK or WATCHMAKER, THE - "An Old German Clockmaker to England once came, Benjamin Snooks was that old German's name" - ROUD#241 - Bss - EFDSS FOLKSONG TODAY 3 1970 p10 arr Albert Shaw, Staffs - see also GERMAN MUSICIANER - WONDERFUL GERMAN MUSICIAN -- Charlie WILLS rec by PK, Bridport, Dorset 1968 RTR-0084/ 097/ LEADER LEA-4041 1972 - George HOLMAN & George SPICER rec by PK, "The Cherry Tree", Copthorne, Sussex 1955: 7"RTR- 0232/ 280 - George SPICER, Kent rec by Mike Yates, Selsfield, Sussex: TOPIC 12-T-235 1974 - Danny DOYLE: MAJOR MINOR MM-LP-26 1968 "The German Clockminder" - Mike SHAIL & EEZUM SQUEEZUM Band rec by PK, Totnes, Devon 1979: 127 "The German Clockwinder" - Bob DAVENPORT: LEADER LER-2088 1973 "The Durham Clockmaker" - Bill SMITH (71), Bridgnorth, Shropsh rec by his son Andrew (copy of cass with 25 songs): 5"RTR-0906 - THE YETTIES on Radio 2 17/12/87: CASS-0379

GERMAN FLUTE, THE - BANKS OF THE ROSES

GERMAN MEASLES - I HAD THE GERMAN MEASLES

GERMAN MUSICIANER, THE - "I'm a poor married man and I'm near broken-hearted" - ROUD#241 - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 p458 Harry Cox 1953 - Cf THE CLOCKMAKER - WONDERFUL GERMAN MUSICIAN -- Harry COX, rec by PK, Catfield, Norfolk 1953: 019 & 032/ DTS LFX-4 1965 - STAVERTON BRIDGE rec by PK, Foxhole School, Dartington, Devon 3/7/70 7"RTR-0141

GERMAN OFFICER CROSSED THE RHINE, A - Army Ballad -- GRANDAD'S ARMY: PICKWICK Hallmark SHM-747 1971

GERMAN REEL - Tunebook Ms (G) #163 p323

GERMAN SCHOTTISCHE, THE - KERR MM 1 #35 p46 Duet with "Home Sweet Home" (G) - see SCHOTTISCHES

GERMAN TOUR, THE - Scots Nationalist Song (Jim Mc Lean) -- Nigel DENVER: MAJOR MINOR MMLP-1 1967

GERMAN WALTZ - 1 - Tunebook Ms (G) 3pts #39 p451

GERMAN WALTZ - 2 - Tunebook Ms (G) 3pts #64 p469

GERMAN WALTZ - 3 - Tunebook Ms (G) #104 p490

GERMAN WALTZ - 4 - Tunebook Ms (D) 3pts #112 p493

GERMAN WALTZ - MITTEL #71 p28 (G) 3pts - see also GRAND GERMAN WALTZ

GERMANY - GATHERING CORN - WEE WEE GERMAN LAIRDIE -- Recordings see AREA Listing

GERRY COMMANE'S REEL - BREATHNACH 3 1985 #203 p90 (G)

GERRY CRONIN'S REEL - BREATHNACH 3 1985 #114 p56 (C)

GERRY FUDGE - "Come all good people and listen you might" - ROUD#2327 - FOWKE TSSO 1965 pp150-151 Albert Sims, Ont 1958/60 "Taking gair in the night" - PEACOCK SNFLO 1965 1 pp145-6 Kenneth Pink, Rose Blanche, Nfl 1959 "Taking back gear in the night" - FOWKE PBCFS 1973 pp54-55 Albert Sims

GERRY'S ROCKS - JAM AT GERRY'S ROCKS

GERRY'S SLOW TUNE - from Jeremy Dyde, Suffolk - tune Scandinavian in character -- Tony HALL (melodeon) with Nic JONES (fid/gtr) & Tommy Moynihan (mand/bouz/whistle): FREE REED FRR-012 1976

GET A LITTLE TABLE - DON'T FORGET THE CRADLE

GET ALONG, JOSEY - JIM ALONG JOSIE

GET ALONG LITTLE DOGIES - "As I was a-walking one morning for pleasure" Cowboy Song - ROUD#827 - THORP "Songs of the Cowboys" 1921 pp70-1 - LOMAX - OSC pp237-9 - LOMAX ABFS pp385-9 - LOMAX FSUSA 1947 pp204-5 - COMBS FSSS 1967 p232 - SILBER "Songs of the Great American West" 1967 pp173-6 - WHITE "Git along little dogies" 1975 pp16-26 -- Alan LOMAX (voc with gtr) with Guy CARAWAN (banjo) rec by PK:: EMI CLP-1192 1958/ 941 - Pete SEEGER (voc/banjo): TOPIC TOP-33 1958 45-EP - Roy GUEST with THE TENNESSEE 3 & Jack FALLON (bass): SAGA XID-5165 1963 - THE WEAVERS: VANGUARD SRL-7624 1965

GET AWAY, OLD MAN - "Now listen all you maidens about to choose a man" "A young man;s heart is full of love - get away old man get away"--Minstrel Song sung by children in Leeds - Cf SHOO FLY, DON'T BOTHER ME -- Rowland KELLETT of Leeds, rec by PK, London, 1963: 209 - Jack TARLING rec by NL, Haverhill, Suffolk 30.4.95: NEIL LANHAM NL-01 (gift) CASS-1357 "An old man he is old"

GET IN UNION - "Jesus a-listenin" - Bessie JONES & Group B Georgia Sea Island Singers rec by Alan Lomax, St Simon's Island, Ga. USA Apr 1960: ROUNDER CD-1713 1998

GET LOST, YOU BIG SLOB - & other jeers: "Blow up - DDT (drop dead twice) - Go and play with the traffic - marbles - rattle the telegraph wires" etc - Juvenile pugnacity - OPIE LLSC - JEERS -- Children's Voices: 198 & 289

GET ME DOWN MY PETTICOAT - QUEER ONE

GET ON BOARD, LITTLE CHILDREN -- Paul ROBESON with Ch & Orch: PHILIPS GL 5765 1958 - Martin Luther King Southern Freedom Songs: Greenwich Theatre Cast: TOPIC IMP-S-102 1970

GET ON DE TRAIN - Sand Jig - KERR MM 2 #420 p47 (G)

GET OUT OF MY SIGHT OR I'LL BOX YOUR EARS - Jig - LEVEY 2 #26 p11 (Am) "Bagpipe tune"

GET THAT WATER BOILED, SON - Tea-Boy's Warning - comp by GM -- Graeme MILES: 228

GET THE RIGGER - Polka - JER THE RIGGER

GET THEE BEHIND ME SATAN - Union Song -- THE ALMANAC SINGERS rec NY 1941-2: PRISM PLATCD 704 2001

GET TO BED - "and what's the use?" - Sally - Kime-i-o - Winding yarn - Chicken roost - ROUD#2701 - CREIGHTON MFS 1961 p135 NS

GET UP AND BAR THE DOOR-O - "It fell upon the Martinmas time" "There was an old couple lived under the hill" - CHILD #275 - ROUD#115 - BSs - HERD AMSS 1769 2 pp159-160 - PITMAN-BROWN Songs of Scotland 1877 - sung by David KENNEDY (1825-1887)/ KENNEDY 1887 (biog) p64 extra verse - MOFFAT Minstrelsy 1894 - GREIG-KEITH LL 1925 #92 p216 (2var)- GREIG-DUNCAN 4 p455 (4var) - McCOLL SS 1953 p38 from Herd - BUCHAN 101SS 1962 no source given - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 1 p195 George Humphreys, London 1914 "Bar up the Old Door" - PURSLOW MB 1965 #47 p47 Hammond: Mrs Searle, Dorchester, Dorset 1906 "John Blunt" - PALMER EBBB 1980 #107 pp211-213 Carpenter #178: James Christie --- RANDOLPH OFS 1946 1 p186 Mrs Marie Wilbur/ Mrs Lavinia Bone, Mo 1930 1v (w/o) - PEACOCK SNO 1965 1 pp239-40 Thomas Walters Nfl "Bar the door-o" -- James CHRISTIE #170/ 178, James MASON #188, Mrs Annie KIDD #193, Bell DUNCAN #290/ 292 rec on Dictaphone by James M.Carpenter, N.E. Scotland 1929-35 "The Barrin' the Door" - Ewan MacCOLL: RIVERSIDE RLP-12-622 1956 from Greig - Tony ROSE: LEADER LER-2024 1971 (Hammond coll) "John Blunt" - Mike SHAIL (voc/ gtr) rec by PK, Totnes 1979: 127 "John Blunt" --- Ed McCURDY (with gtr) rec by Jac Holzman, New York: RIVERSIDE 12-601 1955

GET UP EARLY - Single Jig - O'NEILL MOI #770/ DMI #369 (Gm) - Minor version of MURSHEEN DURKIN

GET UP, GET OUT - comp by MMcG -- Matt McGINN: ELEKTRA EVK-253 1966

GET UP, GUDEWIFE - "and shake your feathers - dinna think that we are beggar - we're only bairns come out to play - Rise up, Mr X, and gie's oor Hogmanay" New Year Begging Song - GREIG- DUNCAN 3 1987 #639 - see also HAGMENA SONG

GET UP, JACK - JOLLY ROVING TAR

GET UP OLD WOMAN AND SHAKE YOURSELF - Jig - GROWLING OLD WOMAN GET YOU HOME - comp by FR -- Fred ROOKE: 044

GETTING A WIFE - "Come hither, man John, since thou art my son - you'll know then to get thee a wife, son Jan" - Parental advice - UNIVERSAL SONGSTER c1830 II p368-9 "Poor Bob" (7v) - BARING GOULD Ms #31 "Poor Robin" & SOW 1899 #31 "Jan's Courtship" (a) sent by R Rowe (b) sent by W Webber, Tiverton (c) sent by C Spence Bate, South Brent (publ words altered) -- Archer GOODE rec by Gwilym Davies, Cheltenham, Glos: 417

GETTING UPSTAIRS - Minstrel Song & Morris Dance tune - SHARP Morris Book - BAYARD DTF #170 & #183 -- William KIMBER (Anglo conc) rec studio 21/3/46: RPL 9825 (78)/ rec Headington, Oxford 21/6/48: RPL 12962 with dancers/ rec by PK, Headington, Oxford 1956: 383 - TOPIC 12- T-249 1974/ TOPIC TSCD 600 - "Son of Morris-on": EMI SHSM-2012 1976 - OLD SWAN BAND FREE REED FRR-011 1976 aft "Bonny Breast Knots" & bef "Blue-eyed Stranger" & "New Killarney Polka" - FAIRLANDS FAMILY BAND rec by Dave Byrne, Cheddar, Somerset: cass 1980 aft "Whistling Prince" & "Mudgee's Schottische" (Australian) - Mike & Peggy SEEGER (ROUNDER C-8001 2 parts) 1987 CASS-1225 "Such a GU" -- Gordon TYRRALL ( gtr & whi) Punch Music PM-001 1993 from Kimber bef "Over the hills to glory"

GETTING WED - comp by Allen Clarke (Teddy Ashton) born Bolton, Lancs 1863 (He founded "Labour Light" 1891 -- Harry BOARDMAN (+ banjo): TOPIC 12-T-188 1968 adapted tune

GEUD MAN OF BALLINGIGH, THE - Country Dance - PLAYFORD -- Winsome BARTLETT (3 hole pipe & tabor) rec by Jean Ritchie, Dartington, Totnes, Devon 1953