GRACE DARLING - "I pray give attention to what I will mention" - Shipwreck on Longstone, Farne Islands, Northumb, 1838 - ROUD#3811 - Many BSs - GREIG-DUNCAN 1 p74 (w/o) - PALMER 1980 #51 coll by George Ewart Evans from Thomas James Tarrant, Woodbridge, Suffolk 1968 - MUNCH Tristan da Cunha 1970 p55 from Frances Repetto - PALMER OBSS 1986 #100 p208 from W Pardon - see tune SWEET JENNY JONES -- Portland Stone Quarrymen rec by PK 25/11/53: 7"RTR-0122 One verse only - Walter PARDON, Barford, Norfolk: LEADER LED-2111 1977
GRADH GEAL MO CHROIDHE - (Jewel of my heart) - Scots Gaelic - KENNEDY-FRASER 1 p52 "Eriskay Love Lilt" - ANON 1972: Song of Scotland p45 piano accomp -- Glasgow Orpheus Choir (cond Sir Hugh Roberton) with Rona McKAY (clarsach): Radio progr 23/13/85 RPL Aberdeen CASS - Alasdair GILLIES: BELTONA LBA 55/ 7"RTR- 0706 - Calum JOHNSTONE (scots): TANGENT MMC-504 1980 CASS
GRADH GEAL MO CHROIDHE (in English) "At the foot of Newry Mountains clear water does flow" - "Down in yonder bushes I heard a fine song" - wee lassie whiter than snow - LAWS #M-23 ABBB 1957 p191 "Gay Girl Marie" - ROUD#2329 - PETRIE AMOI 1855 2 p20 - JOYCE OIFMS 1909 p103 Newry, Co Down 1875 "Newry Mountain" - HENRY SOP #582/ HUNTINGTON 1990 pp238-9 James Kealey (m), Bonnymoney, Co Derry 1935 7v/m "Gra gal machree" - O'LOCHLAINN ISB 1939 #13 pp26-7 c1912 "Gra Geal Mo Chroi I'd like to see old Ireland free once more" (text mainly from BS) - -- CREIGHTON TSNS 1950 p150 "Down by the Fair River" - FLANDERS-BARRY 1939 p34 "Sweet Gramachree" - CREIGHTON MFS 1961 p69 NS 1951 "Down by the Fair River" - FOWKE TSSO 1965 pp70-71 Mrs Arlington Fraser, Ont 1961 "Groyle Machree" - LEACH Labrador 1965 #135 p324 "Grogal McCree" - RANDOLPH I p433 -- Peter REILLY rec by PK, Cullyhanna, Co Armagh 15/7/52: 7"RTR-0548/ RPL 18309/ 165 (This is a version of Child #75 "Lord Gregory") - Pat DALY of Newry rec by PK, Keady, Co Armagh July 1952: 7"RTR-0551 (Dur: 6'20") "Man called Kennedy/ Armagh coach/ sheep bound for Chester Fair" - Joe HOLMES rec by Hugh Shields, Co Antrim: TOPIC 12-TS-401 1979 "Gra Mo Croi"
GRADH MO CHROIDHE - "Last night I had a happy dream - Old Ireland free once more" - ROUD#1020 - O'LOCHLAINN ISB 1939 #63 p126 (5 v) Tune Cf Moore's "Harp that once" - OLD FISHER'S FAREWELL TO COQUET -- Margaret BARRY (voc/ banjo) rec by PK, Dundalk, Co Louth 26/7/52: RPL 18296 talk bef/ 070 (4v)/ ROUNDER 11661-1774-2 1998 "Gra Machree"
GRAEMSHALL BAY -- Orkney STRATHSPEY & REEL Society (fids with acc & gtrs) rec by PK, Kirkwall, Orkney 16/7/55: RPL 22724 aft "Pentland Crossing" & bef "Birsay Beach"
GRAF SPEE, THE - "O there was a jolly ship - built in Nazi Germany" - Song about the Sinking of German battleship made on pattern of "The Golden Vanity" - ROUD#2909 - MORTON FSSU 1970 pp51-3 Dick Bamber, Portadown, Co Armagh - sung to tune of LOWLANDS -- Dick BAMBER rec by Robin Morton, Portadown, Co Armagh: MERCIER IRL-12 1970
GRAF SPEE, THE - Reel -- Bobby CASEY (fid) & LUCY FARR (fids) accomp by Reg HALL (piano) rec Camden Town 5/3/67: TOPIC TSCD-603 1997 bef "Ballinasloe Fair"
GRAIH FOALSEY - (False Love) - Manx Gaelic -- Joan OWEN (unacc) rec Isle of Man 27/2/58: RPL LP 24012
GRAIH MY CHRIE - (My jewel) - Manx Gaelic -- Joan OWEN (unacc) rec Isle of Man 27/2/58: RPL LP 24012 - Manx Group at Celtic Congess, Edinburgh 14/8/59: RPL LP 26595
GRAIL - HOLY GRAIL
GRAIL GALLEY, THE - "Long mo Bhruadair" - "She cometh my barge" - KENNEDY-FRASER 1917 SOTH vol 2 pp120-4 Air coll by M & E.P.K-F from Mrs McMillan, Benbecula with words by Kenneth McLeod - Marion TUDGE (vocal accomp by Inez Rempel on piano) 2003: 1398-C60
GRAINGER, Percy - Australia\ coll/ comp & pianist\ - "Collecting with a phonograph" in JFSS 12 1908 - FMJ 1974 p335-51 R S Thomson (Further) "Songs from the Grainger Collection" - ED&S Mag 44/2 1982 p18 Article by Dr Jane O Brian - FMJ 6/3 1992 pp 139-358 Article by Gwilym Davies on Grainger's Folk Music Research in Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire - see GREEN BUSHES - HANDEL IN THE STRAND - MOLLY ON THE SHORE - SHALLOW BROWN -- - Joseph TAYLOR & family rec by Percy Grainger/ John TAYLOR rec Saxby-all-Saints, Brigg 1944: RPL 6643/ Mary TAYLOR introducing her father, Joseph, Percy Grainger, Frederick Delius etc rec by PK Saxby-all-Saints 27th March 1953: 135 - Douglas KENNEDY talks about how Grainger offered to share royalties with Cecil Sharp of Morris dance tunes including "Country Gardens": 481-493 (0n 490) - ABC (Australian Broadcasting Company) RRCS-131 Various works - PRS 11653 (45 EP) "Molly on the Shore" & "Handel in the Strand" - ARGO ZDA-70 "Lord Lovel" - "Maria Martin" & "White Hare": B & C PEG-7 & DECCA SML-1117 - DECCA KSXC-6410 cass: Salute from Benjamin Britten - LARRIKIN LRF-034 1977 rec ABC Sydney: Duo Art Rolls of f/m arr - LEADER LEA-4050 1972 incl copies of Phonograph recordings of Joseph TAYLOR, Mr Thomson, Joseph Leaning, George Gouldthorpe, George Wray & Dean Robinson - Prog about him on Radio 3 9/1/90 CASS-90- 0826 incl talk with John Amies about collecting:"Lincolnshire Posy", "Spoon River", "Pretty Maid Milking/ Sprig of Thyme", "Hill Song 2" & "Shallow Brown" --- "Brigg Fair": Martin CARTHY: PHILLIPS 6382022 1967 - "Brigg Fair" Shirley Collins: TOPIC 12- T-170 1967 - "Creeping Jane": Dave & Toni Arthur: 12-T-190 1969 - BROADSIDE Group Grimsby: 12-TS-228 1972 - "Hawkstow Grange": Shirley Collins: TOPIC 12-TS-238 1974 - "Artichokes & Cauliflowers": John KIRKPATRICK: 12-TS-295 1976
GRAMACHREE - GRADH MO CHROIDHE
GRAND BUGLE QUICKSTEP, A - Tunebook Ms 2/4 (D) 4pts #179 p426 (incorporates the tune of "God Save the Queen")
GRAND CONVERSATION ON NAPOLEON, THE - "It was over that wild beaten track a friend of old Buonaparte" A Stormy night on the Island of St Helena, a friend asks Buonaparte why he was persecuted by the English and describes his two great defeats in Russia and at Waterloo (Belgium) - ROUD#1189 - BARRETT EFS 1891 p68 - JFSS 8 p188 - HOLLOWAY/BLACK LEB 2 206-8 - CRONIN 2000 #162 pp247-9 -- A L "Bert" LLOYD rec by AL & PK, London 22/4/51: 7"RTR-0058/ RPL 16420/ 517 Family version - Elizabeth CRONIN rec Ballyvourney, Co Cork Aug 1954: (RPL 21996) - Tony ROSE: LEADER LER-2024 1971 (from Barrett) - Tom COSTELLO rec by Terry Yarnell, Dave Howes & Jack Warshaw, Spiddal, Co Galway 1972: TOPIC TSCD-658 1998
GRAND CHAIN, THE - BIG SHIP (GLISE DE SHERBROOKE)
GRAND GALLOPADE, A - Tunebook Ms 2/4 (D) 4pts #102 p390 - GALOPEDE
GRAND GERMAN WALTZ - Tunebook Ms (G) 6pts #1 p429
GRAND HOTEL, THE - DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE
GRAND MARCHES - see under MARCHES
GRAND MILITARY QUICKSTEP - Tunebook Ms 2/4 (G) #173 p423
GRAND MINUETTE, THE - Tunebook Ms 3/4 (D) #79 p376-7
GRAND NEAPOLITAN'S MARCH - Tunebook Ms (D) 3pts (duet arr) #32 p132
GRAND OLD DAME BRITANIA, THE - "I'll sing you a song of peace and love - Mother England be surprised" -- Mick GROVES & LIVERPOOL SPINNERS rec by PK 1961: EMI CLP-1500 1962/ 291 "Old Brittania" (from Bert McCall, Dublin) - Paddy TUNNEY: TOPIC 12-T-153 1966
GRAND OLD DUKE OF YORK, THE - "he had ten thousand men" - Children's Game in Two Lines - ROUD#742 - GREIG-DUNCAN 8 2002 #1592 p147 (2var/m) - GOMME I p121 "Find the ring" ring of chairs with ring of string passed round (Sheffield) - OPIE SG 1985 #45 pp214-5 -- rec by Damian Webb, 10/8 St Michael's Junior School for Girls, Workington, Cumb 1960: RPL LP 26302: 195 #8 with clapping - Redriff Primary School, Bermondsey, London: TOPIC IMP-A-101 1969 - Nursery Rhymes arr Nigel Pegrum & Vince Cross 1989 CASS-1173
GRAND OLD DUKE OF YORK, THE - Country Dance or Quadrille Tune - DOUGLAS "Brass Nuts" - KENNEDY FTB 2 26 (D/Bm) 3 pts - Tunebook Ms #44 p350 (D) 3pts "My boat is on the shore" -- HAYMAKERS Band led by PK rec London 1950: 324 - George TREMAIN (mel) rec by PK, North Skelton, N Yorks 2/4/53: RPL 19236/ 329 played for Country Dance: "Brass Nuts" - Bob CANN (mel) rec by PK, Sticklepath Devon 15/11/56 used for dance "Cross Hands" - Tufty SWIFT (mel) with Alan & Sue HARRIS: FREE REED FRR-017 1977 "Brass Nuts"
GRAND QUADRILLE, A - Tunebook Ms 6/8 (G) #146 p410 3pts (duet arr)
GRAND QUICKSTEP -1- Tunebook Ms 2/4 (G) 3pts #103 pp390-1/ GRAND QUICKSTEP -2- 2/4 (G) #105 p391/ GRAND QUICKSTEP -3- 2/4 (G) #105 p391
GRAND SLOW MARCH -1- Tunebook MS (D) #71 p159
GRAND SLOW MARCH -2- (G) #75 p161
GRAND SLOW MARCH -3- (D/C) 4 pts #76 p162/ GRAND SLOW MARCH -4- (D) 4 pts #82 pp166-7
GRAND SUWARROW'S MARCH - Tunebook Ms (G) #33 p133
GRAND WALTZ -1- Tunebook Ms (D) 4 pts #16 p438/
GRAND WALTZ -2- (G) 4 pts #45 p457/
GRAND WALTZ -3- (G) 7 pts #62 p467/
GRAND WALTZ -4- (D) #90 p482/ GRAND WALTZ 5 #1 p429
GRAND WALZER - Tunebook Ms (with var) (D) 6pts #46 pp458-9
GRANDAD'S SWEATY FEET - "A rose by any other name would always smell as sweet" comp by BW -- Bernard WRIGLEY (voc/ gtr): LOOFY LOO-007 1984 cass
GRANDAME'S LILT, A - POTATO LIFTIN'
GRANDE QUERRUE (or CHARRUE), LA - (The Great Plough) -- Adolphus Le RUEZ rec by PK, Bonne Nuit, St Ouens, Jersey 24/4/57 C I: RPL LP 23840 Talk about custom: 243 - Morrison TORODE, rec by PK, St Peters, Guernsey 6/5/57: RPL LP 23844 Song & talk about custom - Bill THOUME rec by PK, St Martin, Guernsey C I 1/5/57: RPL LP 23845 / 243
GRANDFATHER'S CHEST - SOLDIER, SOLDIER -- THE KIPPERS rec Sidmouth on Radio 2 2/11/88: CASS-60-0740
GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK - MY GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK
GRANDFATHER'S PET - Jig - KENNEDY FTB#3 Jigs pub Mallinson 1997 #53 p14 (G) - Tunebook Ms #20 p341 (G) - Cf O'NEILL MOI #864/ DMI #124 (D) (this is "Grandmother's Pet" - see also GRANDMOTHER'S PET
GRANDFATHER'S TUNE - Polka -- Bob DAVENPORT with FLOWERS & FROLICS rec "Empress of Russia" Islington London: FREE REED FRR-016 1977 with "He played his ukelele as the ship went down" & "Mickey Mouse's son & daughter" - FAIRLANDS FAMILY BAND rec Dave Byrne, Cheddar, Somerset: cass 1980 aft "Galopede"
GRANDMA'S ADVICE - "My grandmother lived in yonder little lane" - Ch: "Timy-I, timy-i, timy umpy tumpy tee - of false men to be ware" (moral: don't listen to her) - ROUD#282/4543 - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 p74 5v & ch (words only) Oxfordsh - HENRY SOP #208/ MOULDEN pp65-6/ HUNTINGTON 1990 p258 Raphoe, Donegal 1927 - ED&S 34:1 1972 p19 Palmer: Ellen Fahey - PALMER SOM 1972 p45 Mrs Ellen Fahey, Birmingham, 1970 "My Grandma lives on Winson Green" - HAMER GGr 1973 pp56-7 Mrs A Walmsley, Lancashire --- COX FSOS 1925 p469 Mrs Hide, WVa 1915 (w/o) "Little Johnny Green" ("LJG") - RICHARDSON AMS 1927 p46 Appal "My G" - SPAETH WSM 1927 pp159-160 "My G" - MACKENZIE BSSNS 1928 pp379 & 408 "LJG" - RANDOLPH OFS 1946 1 pp383-4 Little Rock, Ark 1917 & Missouri 1938 (w/o) - MORRIS FSOF 1950 pp 363-4 Fla "My G" - CREIGHTON MFS 1962 p36 (5v) - PETERS FSOW 1977 p157 Wisconsin 1946 "My G lived on yonder green" - PEACOCK: from Mrs Rossiter, Cape Boyle, Newfoundland 1951 "Old Grandma"- see MY GRANDMOTHER (Reel or Polka) -- Mrs Wolf, rec by Frank & Anne Warner, Ky USA 1941: APPLESEED APR-CD-1035 2000 - Alan Mills accomp by Steve Benbow (gtr) rec by PK, London 1959: 905
GRANDMA'S FAVOURITE - Waltz -- Reg REEDER (h-dulc) rec by Jim COUZA Saxmundham Suffolk 21/7/82 CASS-0873
GRANDMA'S IN THE CELLAR - MY GRANNY'S IN THE CELLAR
GRANDMA'S OLD ARMCHAIR - MY GRANDMOTHER'S CHAIR
GRANDMOTHER'S OLD STICK - HEN FFON FY NAIN
GRANDMOTHER'S PET, THE - Jig - KENNEDY FTB#3 Jigs pub Mallinson 1997 #54 p14 (D) - Tunebook Ms (D) #21 p342 - O'NEILL MOI #864/ DMI #124 "Grandfather's Pet"
GRANDPARENTS - GRANNY - MY GRANDFATHER - MY GRANDMOTHER - OLD GRANDMA
GRANDY NEEDLES - "thread my needles - set set set - through the long valley we go go go - to see the bluebells of Jericho - Open the gates as wide as wide - And let King George come through with his bride" - Street dance in pairs with arches often performed on May Day - OPIE SG 1985 pp40-2 - see RIBBON (or HANDKERCHIEF) DANCE
GRANEMORE HARE, THE - "One fine winter's morning our hunt they did blow" comp by Pat Toner of Tullyglish, Keady and Owen Mc Mahon of Tassagh, Co Armagh, fellow huntsmen in Keady & milltown Hunt Club - tune: "Villikens" - Hunt took place at Granemore Rock, Hayes Public House and featured a black hare - ROUD#2883 - MORTON FSSU 1970 #42 from Frank Mills - Cf ARTHUR BOND'S MARE - HARE OF KILGRAIN - OLD GREY MARE - WHITE HARE OF CREGGAN -- Jimmy McKEE rec by PK, Armagh 10/7/52: RPL 18409/ 431 - Frank MILLS, Co Tyrone: MERCIER IRL-12 1970 - STEELEYE SPAN: B & C CREST-22 1970 & CS-12 1973 with Gerry Conway on drums, titled "Greenmore Hare" - IRISH COUNTRY FOUR: TOPIC 12-TS-209 1971 - KESTY: MODELLO 1979 / 240 "Hills of Granemore"- LIVING TRADITION LTCD-001 1994 DERVISH (Group from Sligo) "The Hills of Greenmore" (from Whirling Discs WHRL-001 1993)
GRANIA or GRANIU - name for Ireland - CASTLEWELLAN MEETING
GRANIA'S WELCOME HOME - GRANUAILLE - ORO SE DE BHEATHA A BHAILLE
GRANNY IN THE CORNER - Reel - Cathal McConnell says he learned it from Michael Doherty (possibly "Grania ---" with name altered to avoid political significance -- BOYS OF THE LOUGH: LEADER LER-2086 1973
GRANNY WENT TO MEETING - "with her old shoes on" - American Mountain Song -- Mr & Mrs Vernon JUDD (banjos & v) rec Ky, USA 1973 (EW WORLD NW-226)/ CASS-0476-7
GRANTHAM - DUKE OF BEDFORD
GRANT'S - Hornpipe - TAYLOR 1 p25 (D)
GRANT'S - Reel -- JOCK TAMSON'S BAIRNS: TOPIC 12-TS-424 1982 aft "Shetland Fiddler's Society" Strathspey & "Gladstone's Reel"
GRANUAILE - "As through the North as I walked to view" - ROUD#3034 - O LOCHLAINN ISB 1939 pp6-7 Dublin (text mainly from BS "A New Song called G" --- THOMPSON PS 1958 pp85-88 Stevens-Douglass MS NY 1841-56 "Old Grannau Weal" - POOR OLD GRANUAILE (using same tune)
GRANUAILE - Song Air - Tunebook Ms 6/8 (G) #18 p176 "Granuwail" - O'NEILL 546/-
GRANUAILLE'S DAUGHTER - "this beautiful maiden" ends "Granuaille's sons take up their guns till they see their own sister's dream rid" - ZIMMERMAN ISPB 1966 p272 -- Peter REILLY, rec by PK, Cullyhanna, Co Armagh 15/7/52: 7"RTR-0548/ RPL 18307 (5v) talk bef
GRAPELLI, Stefan - "Hot Club" Fiddler whom played with Django Reinhardt (gypsy gtr)-- Ted VERGE (fid) with Group: 251 - Aly BAIN (fid) & Mike WHELLAND (gtr): Radio 2 rec 25/2/85: CASS-0441
GRAPEVINE TWIST - KERR MM 2 #416 p47 (version of "Sally Goodin")
GRAT FOR GRUEL - "There was a weaver in the North - he widna want his gruel" - ROUD#935 - TOCHER 12 1973 p149 - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #202 p459 - tune cf THE (Lincolnshire) POACHER -- Jimmy Mc BEATH rec by Alan Lomax, Elgin, Moraysh 1951: 019/ also accomp version with banjo/ 060/ TOPIC 12-T-173 1967/ EMBER FA-2055 1968 - Jimmie MACGREGOR (voc/ gtr) with Perry FRIEDMAN (banjo), Seamus ENNIS (whistle) & Vic PITT (bass) rec by PK, London: EMI CLP-1327 1960/ 093
GRAVE OF WOLFE TONE, THE - "In Bodenstown churchyard there lies a green grave" - ROUD#9313 - comp by Thomas Davis/ also on ballad sheets - O'LOCHLAINN MISB 1965 #32 p64 from F McPeake - WEHMAN Brothers Songbook p94 -- Frank McPEAKE (with U-pipes) rec by PK, Belfast 9/7/52: 7"RTR-0542/ RPL 18291/ 176 (unacc)
GRAVE DIGGER, THE - ROVING GRAVEDIGGER
GRAVEL WALKS, THE - Reel (A/Am) - BRODY p124 4pts from The Boys of the Lough - FELDMAN p161 4pts from Francie & Mickey Byrne, Donegal "The Gravel Walks to Granie" fron Francis & Mickey Byrne, Donegal -- Michael DOHERTY (fid) rec Irish Folklore Commission Donegal 1949: COMHAIRLE BHEALOIDEAS EIREANN CBE-002 d/cass 1990 aft "Harvest Home" - Aly BAIN (d-tracked fiddle in Donegal octave style): LEADER LER-2090 1974 learned from Mickey Doherty - Tom McGLACHAN (of Co Donegal) with 3 sons rec Dublin 1977 RTE radio prog 1988 CASS#90-0905 "The Gravel Walks" - Curan TOURISH & Dermot McLAUGHLIN (fids) rec at "Fiddlesticks" Festival organised by Traditional Music Society of University College, Cork 1991: NIMBUS NI-5320 aft "Tripping it upstairs" - Peter MILN (fid), Tom McNAIR (gtr) Daniel JAMES (bass) Martin RIGBY (drums) rec Gloucester 16/7/93
GRAVELY MAY SONG - Cambridgesh - MAY CAROLS -- Shirley COLLINS Camb May Carol: TOPIC 12-T-170 1967
GRAVES, Robert - England\ poet & ballad collector\ 1960 -- RPL LP 26462 (dubbed to cass) Interview with DG Bridson, rec Mallorca April 1960 (more details on orig Performer Card)
GRAVEYARD - MYNWENT EGLWYS - NEVER LEAVE YOUYR MOTHER, TOM - OLD CHURCHYARD - SKIN AND BONE LADY - THREE LEAVES OF SHAMROCK
GRAVEYARD BLUES - "Well I went to the graveyard Lord, I waked up this morning with the blues all round my bed" - ROUD#4946 -- Hobart SMITH (voc & gtr) rec by AL, Bluefield, Va. 1959: ROUNDER 1999/ ROUNDER 1799 2001 -- Walt DAVIS rec by Mike Yates, Black Mountain, Buncombe Co., NC USA: HOME MADE MUSIC LP-001 1980
GRAVEYARD SONG, THE - made into a keening and lilting -- Neil BOYLE (fid) rec by Alan Lomax, Dunloe, Co Donegal 1951: 7"RTR-0593 & DAT - rec by PK 1952 170/ RPL 20012-7
GRAVEYARD SHIFT, THE - "I'm putting my boots on for fore-shift" Ch: "So let's drink to the GS" (Song won prize at Newcastle Folk Festival in 1970) - comp -- Les Learson (voc, gtr, mel, whistle & ch): TOPIC 12-TS-219 1972
GRAY - GREY
GRAZER TRIBE, THE - "All you toilers of this nation I hope you will draw near" - "the grazer clan"- "that now infest this land" - how when you try to get them off the land you can be arrested and threatened with gaol -- "Straighty" FLANAGAN rec by Pat Mackenzie & Jim Carroll in a bar at Inagh, Co Clare 1976: TOPIC TSCD-655 1998
GREASY COOK, THE - "All you worthy gentlemen you've called on me for to sing" - "I fell in love with a GC" - "Butter and cheese an' all" ("B&C&A") also titled "Cupboard Love" - ROUD#510 - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 pp108-9 #304 Wm Dawson, Sutton, Oxfordsh & W Ostley, Southmoor, Berksh (w/o) - SEEGER-McCOLL SI 1960 p99 Sam Larner "B&C&A" - STUBBS LOM 1970 pp38-39 Walter James Weller, Sussex 1962 - COPPER S&SB 1973 pp236-7 Leslie Johnson, Rustington, Sussex "The Cook's Choice" - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 from Harry Cox --- GREENLEAF NFL 1933 p108 (no tune) - HUBBARD BSFU 1961 pp164-7 Reuben Carter Ms Utah 1891 (w/o)/ Joseph H Christensen, Utah 1947 "B&C&A" - PEACOCK SNO 1965 1 pp251-2 Mrs Clara Stephens, Nfl 1959 "B&C" - See BEN AND THE BUTTER (Recitation) - COURTIN' IN THE KITCHEN - - John Mc LAVERTY rec by PK, Belfast 1952: 7"-RTR-0542/ RPL 18376 talk bef - Harry COX rec by PK, Sutton, Norfolk 1953: 013 (with fid)/ DTS LFX-4/ 032 - Leslie JOHNSON, rec by Bob Copper, Fittleworth, Sussex 1954: RPL 22762 "The Cook's Choice"/ 427 - Sam LARNER rec by Philip Donnellan, Winterton, Norfolk, 1959: RPL LP 26076/ 139/ rec by Ewan McColl & Peggy Seeger: FOLKWAYS FG-3507 "B&C" - Frank PURSLOW, rec by PK, London 1961 - Tom BROWN (of Caister Norfolk) rec by PK, Harberton, Devon 1979 134 "Butter an cheese an all" - Mrs DOWRICK rec by Sam Richards: FOLKWAYS FE-38553 1981/ CASS-1292 "B&C&A"
GREAT BIG IRISH STEW, THE - ROUD#12625 - Bs - Cf GREAT MEAT PIE -- Sid RICHARDS rec by PK, Curry Rivel, Somerset
GREAT BIG MARRER - "The Girt Big Marrer at the Flower Show" - Recitation -- THE YETTIES on Radio 2 4/11/87: CASS-60-0555
GREAT BIG ME - FI FAWR
GREAT BIG SEA, A - Song publ by Doyle in Newfoundland newspaper - and a recent "kitchen party" folk group from Petty Harbour
GREAT BIG WHEEL, THE -- Geof LING, Blaxhall: "Mary Anne" lost her situation (getting stuck on the top of it) rec by John HOWSON in "Songs sung in Suffolk" on Radio 2 16/1/96: CASS-1336 at 13.85
GREAT BOOBY, THE - "Father put I to school all for to learn I'se book" "My friend if you would understand"- ROUD#12618 - Many BSs - D'URFEY 5 (1719-1720) 5 pp94-7
GREAT CAMP MEETING IN THE WILDERNESS, THE -- The Belleville Acapella Choir rec by Alan Lomax, Va. USA Apr 1960: ROUNDER CD-1711 1998
GREAT EASTERN, THE - Reel - KOHLER 1 p18 (A)
GREAT EASTERN, THE - Strathspey - KOHLER 1 (A) to be followed by Reel
GREAT EXHIBITION, THE - Hornpipe (F) comp by James Hill - DIXON 1987 p32
GREAT GALLEON OF PLYMOUTH, THE - comp -- Martin GRAEBE: 049
GREAT GRIMSBY - SAILING O'ER THE DOGGER BANK
GREAT JOHN McLEAN'S COMING BACK TO THE CLYDE - comp by HH based on LITTLE WAT Y WHA'S COMIN' -- Hamish HENDERSON rec by Alan Lomax London 6/3/51 7"RTR-0680
GREAT LITTLE ARMY, THE - March -- TOPIC TSCD-666 1998
GREAT MEAT PIE, THE - "Now you've heard of the wondrous crocodile, Sea snake, rump steak to satisfy the Navy - 30, 000 portion they cooked at Denby Dale" - tune of THE CROCODILE - ROUD#8092 - CHILTON VFS 1965 p34 - see also DENBY DALE - FOLKLIFE Vol 26 1987-8 p12-42 -- Tom BROWN (of Caister Norfolk) rec by PK, Harberton, Devon 25/3/79 134 - Phoebe BIRCH (gypsy) Devon rec by Sam Richards: TOPIC 12-TS-349 1979 about "Fremington GMP" (nr Barnstaple, Devon)
GREAT NORTHERN RIVER, A - "The big ships sail up - down on the docks" comp by GM 1970 -- Graeme MILES: 223
GREAT SILKIE OF SULE SKERRY, THE - "In Norway lands there lived a maid" - asleep she becomes pregnant from the seal-man - CHILD #113 - ROUD#197 - Proceedings of Soc of Antiq of Scotland 1 86 1852 - COLLINSON-DILLON FSCM 1952 pp48-51 Collinson & Otto Andersson (collectors) Orkney - THOMSON "People of the Sea" 1954 2var coll Anne Gilchrist & Campbell of Islay - SCOTTISH STUDIES v18 1974 p63 Alan Bruford - BALLAD STUDIES 1976 Bruford - TOCHER 26 1977 p97-9 Bruford - PALMER EBBB 1980 #22 p56-8 from Tocher 26 1977 pp97-9: coll by Alan Bruford from James Henderson, S Ronaldsay, Orkney -- John SINCLAIR rec by Sean Davies, Flotta, Orkney, 1955: CAEDMON TC-1162/ TOPIC 12-T-194/ 189/ 307 A-ROVING #1/ 389/ 502 - THE HIGHWAYMEN: UNITED ARTISTS ULP-1002 1962 Version from "The Viking Song Book"/ Signature tune of PK's Radio prog "Calling the tune" & the song in prog given #6 on 25/2/63/ 307 A-ROVING #1 1968 - Archie FISHER (with orch): DECCA SKL-5057 1970 "The Norway Maid" (Sinclair version) -- Bob BLAIR (with Finlay Allison on fiddle): LIVING TRADITION LTCD-1001 2000 "The Grey Silkie"
GREAT STRIKE, THE - "Noo Tom paw man, it's nine days noo" - VICINUS BIN 1975 Bs: allan Newcastle City Lib "The Greet Strike or The Nine Oors Movement"
GREAT WESTERN, THE - Clog Hornpipe - COLE p117 (D) Lancashire
GREAT WISHFORD - Wiltshire
GREATHAM MARSHES, THE - CRYING CRAKES ARE CALLING