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GREIG, Gavin - Scots Collector -- THE CLUTHA: ARGO ZFB 18 1971 "Captain Ward" & "Battle of Harlaw" - "As they roved out" radio prog rec 22/1/60: RPL LP 25787-91 - Dave & Toni ARTHUR: TOPIC 12-T-190 1969 "Father father" (Sweet William)

GREIG'S STRATHSPEY - Slow -- JOCK TAMSON'S BAIRNS: TOPIC 12-TS-424 1982 with "Miss Wharton Duff" Reel

GREIG'S PIPES - Reel - ANDERSON (1790) 2 p26 - BREATHNACH CRE 1 #96 - KENNEDY FTB 2 1997 #58 p16 (D) alt: "Connolly's"; Kerry Huntsman"; "Manchester" - KERR MM 4 #136 p16 4pts "Gregg's Pipes" - Tunebook Ms (D) 4pts #47 p283 (Bm/D) - O'NEILL MOI #1212/ DMI #488 "Craig's Reel" - SULLIVAN 2 #9 p5 "Craig's Pipes" from Felix Doran -- Peter O LOUGHLIN (flute) rec by Seamus Ennis, Co Clare 1960: RPL LP 29884 "Craig's Pipes" - RAYMOND ROLAND Quartet (Ceili Band): EMBER EMB-3361 1965 aft "Roland's R" - John WRIGHT (jaws harp) CHANT DU MONDE LDX-74434 "Craig's Pipes" - Andrew POLSON (fid) Whalsay Shetland: TANGENT TNGM-117 1973 (AEAE tuning) aft "Walking ower da river"- Brendan POWER (harmonica) with Des Hurley (fid): PUNCH MUSIC PMCD-002 1994 "New Irish Harmonica" titled "Craig's Pipes" aft "Tom Ward's Downfall"

GRENADA - Caribbean -- Recordings see AREA Listing

GRENADIER AND LADY, THE - NIGHTINGALES SING - WIDOW OF WESTMORLAND'S DAUGHTER

GRENADIER'S MARCH, THE - Tunebook Ms (G) #55 p146 -- Band of SCOTS GUARDS: ARGO ZDA-147 1971

GRENOSIDE - Sheffield, West Yorkshire - SWORD DANCERS -- Recordings see AREA Listing

GRESFORD DISASTER, THE - "You've heard of the G D" -Coalmine, Wrexham, Denbighsh 22nd Sept 1934 - ROUD#3089 - LLOYD CAYBM 1952 pp80-1 & p130 & 2 pp191-2 McColl: Mr Ford, Sheffield, Yorksh - LLOYD FSE 1967 p358 (4v no music) - DALLAS SOT 1974 - PALMER 1974 p56 (attributed to PK as the collector) -- Mrs Annie COSGROVE, rec by Alan Lomax, Newtongrange, Dalkeith, Midlothian 1953: CAEDMON TC 1144/ TOPIC 12-T-159/ 511 with Radio News Report & 409 - Ewan MacCOLL: TOPIC 12-T-104 1967 - Eric Robson "The Unquiet Grave" on Radio 4 16/9/84: CASS-60-0634

GREY BUCK, THE - Scotch Jig - KERR MM 4 #263 p28 (##A)

GREY CAT'S KITTLED IN CHARLIE'S WIG, THE - CAT THAT KITTLED (K)

GREY COCK, THE - "Come all young maids who are fair and tender" - Her sailor lover comes to her bedroom but when he rises in the morning he is only the ghost of her lover - CHILD #248 "The Grey Cock or Saw you my father?" - ROUD#179 - HERD AMSS 1869 2 pp208-9 (w/o) - GREIG FSNE #177 "Hearken hearken" "I must be going, no longer staying" - GREIG-DUNCAN 2 1983 #338 (wds of 2 v only) - JOYCE OIFM 1909 #408 p219 Glenosheen, Co Limerick "The Lover's Ghost" - JFSS 9 1906 p289 - JFSS 11 1907 p64 - HUGHES ICS 2 1915 p64 "The Light of the Moon" - Mod Lang Assoc Publ 1921 36 4: Charles Read Baskervill: "English Songs on the Night Visit" - HENRY SOP #699/ HUNTINGTON 1990 pp383-4 Frank Thompson, Priestland, Co Antrim 1937 "The Bonny Bushes Bright"/ #722 Valentine Crawford, Bushmills, Co Antrim 1937 "The Sweet Bann Water" - JEFDSS 1930 p199 Hammond: Robert Barratt "Once I loved a lass - JEFDSS 7 1953 Marie Slocombe & Pat Shaw: Cecilia Costello, Birmingham 1951 - PENGUIN BEFS 1959 pp52-3 Cecilia Costello - REEVES EC 1960 pp136-8 2var Hammond: Farmer Mills, Beaminster, Dorset & Robert Barratt, Puddletown, Dorset (w/o) - SEEGER McCOLL SI 1960 p24 Arthur Phillips, London 1958 "Here's a health to all truelovers" - BROCKLEBANK-KINDERSLEY DBFS 1966 Hammond: Robert Barratt "O Once I loved a Lass" - SEDLEY 1967 p42 8 p44 "Night Visit Song/ Sweet Bann Water" - PURSLOW WS 1968 p86 Gardiner: Wm Stockley, Locksheath, Hampsh 1907 "Night Visit Song" - SHIELDS AIP 1969 pp8-10 Eddie Butcher, Aughill Crossroads, Co Derry "The Cocks are Crowing"(European Ethnic rec) - BUCHAN-HALL SF 1973 "I'm a rover seldom sober" - MORTON CDGD 1973 pp5-6 John Maguire, Tonaydrumallard, Co Fermanagh (2v & BS) "Willie's Ghost" - HOLLOWAY-BLACK LEBB 1 1975 pp244-5 BS (w/o) "Saw you my father?" - FMJ 3:1 1975 pp36-7 Jim Carroll: Bill Cassidy, London 1973 "Biscay-O" - FMJ 3:3 1977 pp224-5 from Sam Henry #699 "The Bonny Bushes Bright"/ #722 "The Sweet Bann Water"/ (Discussion by David Kilkerr on the Sam Henry Collection) - DAWNEY 1977 p48 coll Butterworth , Newport Mon "Willie the Waterboy" - PALMER EBECS 1979 Hammond Robert Barratt "O Once I loved a Lass" - PALMER EBBB 1980 #17 pp49-50 Joyce "The Lover's Ghost" - SHIELDS SRT 1981 pp59-60 John Butcher, Drumavally, Co Derry "The cocks is crowing" (European Ethnic rec) - McCOLL- SEEGER 1986 p188 Belle Stewart "Here's a health to all true lovers" - see GHOST OF WILLIE-O - I'M A ROVER SELDOM SOBER - LIGHT OF THE MOON - WILLIE'S FATE --- SHARP FSSA #367 - BARRY Maine 1929 - COFFIN - CREIGHTON MFS 1962 p63 Wm & Mrs Sandy Gilkie, NS 1950 "Here's a health unto all truelovers" & pp113- 114 Nathan Hatt 1952 & Ned Slaunwhite 1950 1v/m "Willie-O" - FOWKE TSSO 1965 p105 La Rena Clark, Ont (Prestige Int 25014) "I'll go see my love" - KARPELES NFL 1971 pp100-102 Matthew Aylward & James Day 1929 "The Lover's Ghost" - WARNER TAFS 1984 pp225-6 Hattie Hicks Presnell, Beech Mountain, NC 1951 "Pretty Crowin Chickens" -- Peter CHRISTIE #163-4/ 167 rec on Dictaphone by James M. Carpenter, N.E.Scotland 1929-35 - Cecilia COSTELLO rec by PK, Birmingham 11/8/50/ rec by Marie Slocombe & Pat Shaw 30/11/51: RPL 17032 "The Lover's Ghost"/ CAEDMON TC-1146/ TOPIC 12-T-161/ LEADER LEE-4054/ 098/ Birmingham & Midland Folk Centre "Picture of Birmingham" (with rec by Charles Parker) on Radio 2 "Folkweave" 1979: CASS-0413 - Willie MATHIESON rec by Seamus Ennis, Turriff, Aberdeensh 16/7/52: RPL 18789 "I'm a rover seldom sober" - Jes & Brigid MURPHY rec by Seamus Ennis, Co Leitrim 13/12/54: RPL 22423 "Here's a health" - Robert CINNAMOND rec by PK & Sean O Boyle, Belfast, 1955: RPL LP 24841 "Fly up my cock" (also sings "The Light of the Moon" on RPL LP 24835) 158 - John REILLY (tinker) rec by Tom Munnelly: 175 & 514 "My Charming Willy-O" - Ewan MacCOLL: RIVERSIDE RLP-12-627 1956/ & Peggy SEEGER "The Long Harvest": ARGO ZDA-68 1967 (Costello, Sharp FSSA & Blairgowrie tinker) - Man rec by Hugh Shields, Glencolumkille, Co Donegal 1968: LEADER LEA-4055 - CORRIES: FONTANA STL-5465 1968 - London MADRIGAL SINGERS: EMI HQS-1215 1970 coll RVW "The Lover's Ghost" - Vin GARBUTT: LEADER LER- 2081 1975 - Jean WARD: ARGO ZFB-29 1971 (from Costello) - John GOODLUCK with Roy HARRIS, Alan WALTERS, Dave PEARCE & Bob DIDDALL: TRADITIONAL SOUND TSR-015 1974 - Belle STEWART: TOPIC 12-TS-307 1977/ TSCD-656 "Here's a health to all truelovers" - Joe HOLMES & Len GRAHAM: TOPIC 12-TS-401 1979 "Sweet Bann Water" - John CORRY, rec by James P Foley, Castlederg, Co Tyrone 1986: 178 "My Truelover, John" - John REILLY, tinker, rec by Tom Munnelly, nr Boyle, Co Roscommon 1967: 175 "Here's adieu to all truelovers"/ TOPIC TSCD-660 "Adieu to all Truelovers" -- Peggy SEEGER (unacc): RPL LP 26265 (Unesco rec n/d) - Hattie Hicks Presnell, rec by Frank & Anne Warner, Beech Mountain NC 1951: 923

GREY DAYLIGHT - Strathspey/ Reel - BOWEN p37 - GIBLIN #58 p30 (D) "Stirling Castle" ("SC") - HONEYMAN p8 - KENNEDY FTB 2 1997 #59 p16 (D) - KERR MM 1 #1 p4 "SC" - KOHLER 1 p37 "SC" - O'NEILL MOI #1372 (not in DMI) -- Willie STARR (acc/piano) BELTONA/ 363 - Pamby DICK (mel/piano) 78rpm / TOPIC 12-T- 376 1978 - Frank LEE'S TARA CEILIDH Band: REGAL ZONOPHONE MR- 1608 (78) CASS-45-0892 - Michael DOHERTY (fid) rec Irish Folklore Commission Donegal 1949: COMHAIRLE BHEALOIDEAS EIREANN CBE-002 d/cass 1990 "SC" bef "Flowers of Edinburgh" - Johnny DOHERTY (fid) rec by PK, Co Donegal 1953: RPL 19574/ 074/ rec David Hammond 1975: GAEL-LINN CEF- 072-3 1978 aft "Teelin Air" - Willie Macpherson (fid) rec 21/5/59: RPL LP 24770 aft March: "Lord Huntley's Cave" bef Reel: "Devil and the Dirk" - Angus GRANT (H-fid) with William LAURIE (P-acc) & John Mc INTYRE (bass): TOPIC 12-TS-347 1978 with "Mc Kinnon's Reel" - Curan TOURISH & Dermot McLAUGHLIN, Seamus & Kevin GLACKIN (fids) rec at "Fiddlesticks" Festival organised by Traditional Music Society of University College, Cork 1991: NIMBUS NI-5320 "SC" bef "Miss Ramsey"

GREY EAGLE - Hornpipe (Bb) - HAYWOOD #10 p46 (A) -- Jimmy HOGAN BAND rec by PK 1958: 371 --- TAYLORS KENTUCKY BAND with Paul OLIVER "Before the Blues" on Radio 2 25/11/87 & 3/12/87: CASS 0431 - Franklin GEORGE (banjo) Bluefield, W Virginia: SAYDISC Matchbox SDM-229 1972 - played by Earl COLLINS (fiddle), Missouri-Oklahoma 1970 on DVD 2003 Films of Bess Lomax Hawes (B/W)

GREY FRIARS - HOLY FRIAR

GREY FUNNEL LINE, THE - comp by CT -- Cyril TAWNEY (voc with ch) rec by PK 1961: 092/ with accordion: ARGO ZFB-28 1972 - Maddy PRIOR & June TABOR: CHRYSALIS CHR-1101 1976

GREY GOOSE, THE - Narrative Work Song recorded by the Lomaxes from Texas prisoner, "Iron Head" in 1933 tellsw the story of the invinvible bird who was shot, picked, cooked, carved and sawn up but in the end flew away with a swarm of progeny, honking derisively at his prosecutors - to the Negro hoe-and-axe gangs in the steaming Brazos Riiver bottom he was a symbol of their own indomitable will to survive the cruelties of forced labour - ROUD#11684 - LOMAX ABFS pp242-3 - LOMAX FSUSA pp20-21 - LOMAX "The Leadbelly Legend" p31 -- Alan LOMAX (voc with gtr) with Alex KORNER (gtr) named as "Nick Wheatstraw" rec by PK: EMI CLP-1192 1958/ 941 - Lib of Congress rec AFS L3/ ROUNDER CD 1510

GREY GOOSE, THE - Jig - OLD GREY GOOSE

GREY GOOSE AND GANDER, THE - GOOSE AND THE GANDER

GREY HAWK, THE - BONNY BONNY BOY

GREY HORSE, THE - MARCH GLAS

GREY MARE - FERI LWYD - OLD GREY MARE - SEDGFIELD FAIR - TOM PEARCE - YOUNG ROGER THE MILLER

GREY OCTOBER - comp Charles Parker & Critics Group 1966 -- Ewan MacCOLL with Peggy SEEGER (gtr) "The Angry Muse": ARGO ZFB-65 1968

GREY PLOVER, THE - Reel - O'NEILL MOI #1544/ DMI #759 (#A)

GREY SILKIE O SULE SKERRY THE - GREAT SILKIE

GREY'S HORNPIPE - KERR MM 2 #324 p36 (D) "Gray's H"

GRIFFIN HORNPIPE - KERR MM 3 #318 p35 (D)

GRIFFITH AP CYNAN'S DELIGHT - Welsh harp tune - WILLIAMSON BFT 1976 p43

GRIGOR'S GHOST - "Come all ye young lovers in Scotland draw nigh" to tune of "One Thursday evening" noted by George F Duncan from his father - ROUD#4600 - BSs - GREIG-DUNCAN 2 1983 #380 49v

GRIMSBY - Lincolnsh - FAIR WEATHER BOYS (G Miles) - WATCH HER CATCH HER

GRIMSETTER POLKA, THE -- Jim LESLIE (mel) of Rousay rec by PK, St Ola, Orkney 1955: 064, 189 & 389

GRINDER, THE - "The Sheffield Grinders are terrible blades" "shortens his life and hastens his death - drinks steel dust with every breath" Steelworker's Song comp (?) - Words sent to me by A L LLoyd 1972 "The Sheffield Grinder" with ch "Tally-hi- ho" instead of "Terry Heigh Ho" (see Song file) -- Jon RAVEN (unacc): LEADER LER-2083 1973 - AFTERHOURS CASS-60-0920 1989

GRINDER, THE - Triple Jig (G) - COLE p51 "Terry Heigh" - KERR 2 p25 - Tunebook Ms (G/Am) #45 p17 - LEVEY 2 #8 p8 - O'NEILL MOI #1139/ DMI #427 "Terry Heigh ho, the grinder" - WESTROP #4 p2 - WILSON p24 -- Michael PUNZAK (fid) rec by PK, Bristol 1982: 910

GRINDING - ARRANE Y BLIEH - MAGIC QUERN - WORK SONGS

GRIOGAL CRIDHE - Scots Gaelic Lament - McGregor was killed in battle and his wife laments with his head on her lap - learned from Kitty McLeod -- Isabel SUTHERLAND: TOPIC 12-T-151 1966

GRIOTS - West Africa -- Recordings see MUSIC-TYPES Listing

GROCER, DA - comp by Tom Anderson -- Tom ANDERSON & Aly BAIN (Fiddles) & Violet TULLOCH (piano): TOPIC 12-TS-281 1976 with 2 other comp by Anderson

GROCER AND THE TAILOR, THE - "Come listen awhile" Ch: " Derry down - cask of treacle" - London - loves grocer's wife - offers to forego - ROUD#1679 - PURSLOW FD 1974 pp38-39 Hammond: Robert Gale, Powerstock, Dorset 1906 (text mainly from Bs) -- Cf GAME COCK

GROCERS - PARSON GROCER

GROG - ALL FOR THE GROG - CAN OF GROG

GROGGY OLD TAILOR, THE - GAME COCK

GROOM IN HIS SHIRT, THE - 4-bar Reel/ Highland - KERR MM 4 #174 p20 (G)

GROTTOES - (pron: "Grotta") - St James's Day July 25th - OPIE LLSC p266 -- Recordings see SUBJECTS Listing

GROUND FOR THE FLOOR - "I lived in the wood for a number of years" - Song of contented but humble country life - ROUD#1269 - BSs incl SBG 2:#161, 7:#145, 8:#132 - BARING GOULD Ms #175 (a) S Gilbert, Mawgan-in-Pyder FWB (b) S Fone FWB 1893 unpubl - BROADWOOD ECS 1893 pp96-7 Mrs Slingsby: nn, Skipton, Yorksh - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 p153 #423 George Barratt, Marston Meysey, Wiltsh (w/o) - KIDSON GEF 1926 pp64-5 - PURSLOW FD 1974 pp40-1 Gardiner: James Dyer, Portsmouth, Hampsh 1907 - JEFDSS 9:4 1963 pp185-6 Ken Stubbs: George Maynard (transcr by Pat Shaw) - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #250 p358 Steve Goodall 1955 - SHARP SG 2003 p56 3v & ch from Elizabeth Lock, Muchelney Ham, Somerset 1904-5 -- Steve GOODALL, rec by Bob Copper, Basingstoke, Hampsh 1955: 023 & 426 - George MAYNARD rec at his house by PK, Copthorne, Sussex 23/3/56: RPL LP 23092/ 279 "The Sun being set"/ TOPIC 12-T-286 1976/ TSCD-670 1998

GROUND HOG, THE - "Shoulder up my gun - whistle up my dog" - Appalachian Mountain Song - ROUD#3125 - SHARP FSSA 1917/32 #231 (vol 2 p340) David & Ellen Webb, Burnsville, Yancey Co., NC 1918 (7v) (DC 2004) - RICHARDSON AMS 1927 pp92-3 Appal - BROWN 1952 3 p253 - COX 1925 p498 - DAVIS Va 1960 - LOMAX ABFS 1934 p271 - RANDOLPH-SHOEMAKER Ozark 1936 3 p150 - SHARP FSSA 1917 2 p340 - WARNER 1984 #123 p296 from Frank Proffitt -- THE ALMANAC SINGERS rec NY 1941-2: PRISM PLAT CD 704 2001 - Frank PROFFITT (v/gtr) rec by Frank & Anne Warner Watauga, NC 1941: 931/ FOLKWAYS FW-1959/ FOLKWAYS FA-2360 1962 - Frank PROFFITT Jr (voc/dulc) rec by Frank & Anne Warner 1966: 927/ APPLESEED APR-CD-036 2000/ CLOUDLANDS (Tenn) CLC-008 1992 CASS-1356 - Marion REESE (fife) NW-226 CASS - Bob BAKER rec by Mike Seeger: American Banjo tunes & songs in Scruggs style (3 finger picking) (FOLKWAYS FA-2314)/ 7"RTR-0316 - Guy CARAWAN (voc/ banjo) rec by PK, London 1957: 917/ rec London 11/1/58: RPL LP 24213// rec by PK: EMI CLP-1174 1958/ 942 - Mike SEEGER voc/banjo) with HESPERUS: GREENHAYS GR-90718 1988 CASS-0793

GROUND IVY - "Last April morn as forth I walk'd" - HOLLOWAY-BLACK LEBB1 pp107-8

GROUP OF YOUNG SQUADDIES, A - "One night at a club they were boasting their sweethearts" - 1914-18 War Song in which a young soldier tells of his two loves his mother and his girl-friend who his father doesn't want him to marry - ROUD#1783 -- Geof LING rec by Keith Summers, Blaxhall, Suffolk: TOPIC 12-TS-292 1977

GROUSE IN THE GOB - Reel -- BALLINAKILL Ceili Band rec by Alan Lomax 1951: 7"RTR-0589/ RPL 21349 aft "Ash Plant"

GROVES OF BLARNEY, THE - LAST ROSE OF SUMMER

GROVE'S HORNPIPE - MITCHELL #97 p76-7 5pts from Willie Clancy (U- pipes) - O'NEILL MOI #1598/ DMI #843 (G) 5pts with no repeats - Cf GROVE'S REEL -- Seamus ENNIS (U-pipes) rec by PK, London 1958: 079/ rec London 7/2/58: RPL LP 23931/ 374 titled "The Groves Medley"/ CLADDAGH (TARA) TA- 1002 1973 bef "Dwyers H"

GROVES OF ERIN, THE - GREEN GROVES OF ERIN

GROVES OF GNEEVEGUILLA - Polka - BREATHNACH 3 1985 #63 p33 (Am) - TAYLOR 1 p30 (Am)

GROVES OF TULLIG, THE - "near Millstreet's pretty borders - as I roved out one mortning - as Phoebus arose" - accosted by this beauty, her dress quite loose, he asks if she is Venus but she complains of neglect by sweethearts, friends and poets and says that next season she will sail to California - with that she disappears and he comments what a pity that such a gentle heiress was not more fond - CROININ 2000 #54 pp107-9 includes handwritten copy of 1st verse -- Elizabeth CRONIN rec by Brian George, Ballyvouirney, Co Cork 7/8/47: RPL 11991/ 162/ FOUR COURTS CD-1 #30

GROVES REEL - HARDEBECK p9 (D)

GROVELEY - Wiltshire - annual custom -

GROWING OLD - I'M GROWING OLD

GROWING UP - MAN AT Mr GRUNDYS

GROWLING OLD WOMAN, THE - Jig or Slide (Em) - KERR MM 2 #275 p30 (Gm) - MOYLAN 2 #216 pp124-5 12/8 Slide from John O Leary (melodeon) - O'NEILL MOI #1091/ DMI #394 Single jig "Get up old woman and shake yourself" alt: "Captain Thornton's Delight"

GROWS THE YARROW - ISLAND HERD-MAID

GRUAGACH BHAN A' MHIN-FHUILT - (Fair Maid of the Velvet Smooth Hair) -- Murdo GILLIES rec by Fred Macaulay, S Shawbost, S Uist, Hebrides 1957: RPL LP 24441 - Katie M MORRISON of Lewis rec Glasgow 29/4/58: RPL LP 24972

GRUAGACH OF TRICKS, THE - Story -- Robin WILLIAMSON (voc/ harp): PIG'S WHISKER PWM-001 1981 cassette

GRUEL - GRAT FOR GRUEL

GRUMBLING FARMERS, THE - "As farmers Marco and Pedro were jogging along" - going to market they go into a church to pray to the saints for rain - ROUD#1390 - PURSLOW MB 1965 p41 Gardiner: J BOADEN, Curry Cross, Cornwall, 1905 - WILLIAMS #398 Elijah Iles, Inglesham, Wiltshire ("Says Mark O to Peter O this very funny weather") - DEARNLEY SCFS 1967 Mrs Stanley, New Ferry, Chesh - Cf WHEN PADDY STOLE THE ROPE -- Dorothy FURBUR rec by Seamus Ennis, Heswall, Cheshire 5/6/57: RPL LP 23494

GRUMBLING OLD MAN & WOMAN - Irish Reel -- Pete COOPER (fid) with Holly TANNEN (dulc) on Radio 2: 17/5/82: CASS-0415

GRUMBLING RUSTIC, THE - Jig - O'NEILL MOI #809/ DMI #80 (D ends E)

GRUN -- Paul Wilson (with gtr) rec by PK, Foxhole School, Dartington, Devon 3.7.70: 7"RTR-0141/ 144

GU MA SLAN LE NA GILLEAN - (Health to the lads) -- Donald Mc LEOD rec by Fred Macaulay, S Shawbost, Isle of Lewis, Hebrides 1957: RPL LP 24441

GUADELOUPE - Caribbean - Recordings see AREA Listing

GUAGAN NAOMTHA - (Holy Googawn) - Irish Gaelic -- Kate MOYNIHAN rec Radio Eireann Cork 1940: RPL 21831

GUANTANAMERA - Spanish comp by Jose Martin, Cuban patriot 1900's - trad tune by Hector Angulo & Pete Seeger -- SPINNERS: EMI EMC-3044 1974

GUARACHA, THE - Spanish Waltz Dance popular all over England - JEFDSS 1946 p19 Note by Gilchrist in connection with tune of NEEDLECASES - KENNEDY FTB 1 1951 #75 p37 "Waltz-ons"

GUARACHA WALTZ, THE - KERR MM 2 #438 p50 (G) 4pts - Tunebook Ms (D) #10 p433 - McFADYEN p28 (D) 3/8 - WESTROP #114 p39 (D) - WILSON p173 (D) 3/8 "Guaracha Dance or Carthaginian Fandango"

GUARDING THE HOME OF THE HOME GUARDS - comp by George Formby -- THE YETTIES: "Up in Arms": ARGO ZDA-100 1974

GUDE - GOOD

GUDGEON OF MAURICE'S CAR, THE - Jig - O'NEILL MOI #115/ DMI #288 -- THE GALLOWGLASS CEILI BAND: PICKWICK Hallmark HM-532 1965 aft "Welcome to Cork" & "Barney O Neill"

GUERNSEY - Channel Islands - FRANCE

GUERNSEY GARLAND, THE - "You mortals all that deal unjust" - Bs Firth Coll #E30 Sheffield Univ

GUERNSEY WALTZ -- Mary SAUVAGE (mel) rec by PK, Catel 1957 RTR-0728-50/ Radio prog tape/ 243

GUIANA - South America incl FRENCH GUIANA -- Recordings see AREA Listing

GUIDE ME, O THOU GREAT JEHOVAH - Baptist Hymn - in Wales sung to CWM RHONDDA (also known as "Bread of Heaven") -- Tom THOMAS rec by PK & Alan Lomax, Treorchy Miner's Club, Rhondda, S Wales 1953: 055 sung in Welsh & English "Bread of Heaven" - USA - - "The Pioneer Strain" broadcast introduced by Alan LOMAX, 1960 rec off air by PK: Ike GAUDILL & congregation rec by AL, Mt Olivet Old Regular Baptist Church, Blackey, Ky Sep 1959: ROUNDER CD-1701 1997/ RPL LP 26146/ 902 -- Jean RITCHIE (unacc) rec New York Sept 1950: RPL 16042/ RIVERSIDE RLP 12-620 1956/ rec at concert 1985: 920 "Bread of Heaven" - Baptist Hymns & White Spirituals from the Southern Mountains NEW WORLD NW-294 1977 - - George SPANGLER & congregation of Thornton Old Regular Baptist Church, Mayking, Kentucky Sept 1959: ROUNDER CD-1704 1997

GUILD, THE - "Dear cousin you know I promis'd to write" - VICINUS BIN 1975 p74 Bs Preston Dist Cent Lib

GUILDEN MORDEN - Royston, Hertfordsh - Miss Gentle (72) and Wm Gentle (64) told of "Gooding" before Christmas when widows went round the houses collecting alms - also "Hokey Day" when farm servants went on Harvest wains to Ashwell and paid for their harvest beer and supper -- Recordings see AREA Listing

GUILTY SEA CAPTAIN, THE - CAPTAIN GLEN

GUINEA - PORTUGUESE GUINEA

GUINEA GOLD RING - MULBERRY BUSH (K)

GUINNESS - GENERAL GUINNESS - TWO HUNDRED YEARS A-BREWING

GUIRY'S FAVOURITE - Jig - O'NEILL MOI #707/ DMI #10 (Dm)

GUISBOROUGH ROAD - comp by Graeme Miles -- THE TEES-SIDE FETTLERS: TRADITIONAL SOUND TSR-016 1974

GUISE OF TOUGH, THE - "As I get up to Alford for to get a fee wi Jimmie Broon" - Bothy Ballad - ROUD#3800 - GREIG-DUNCAN 1 #378 (3var) - ORD BB 1930 p236 (17v w/o) -- John MEARNS with chorus rec Aberdeen 14/7/51 7"RTR-0681 also 2 final verses/ rec 25/2/54: RPL 20083 - Willie MATHIESON rec by Alan Lomax, Turriff, Aberdeensh, 17/7/51: 7"RTR 0682 - - John STRACHAN rec by AL & Hamish Henderson, Fyvie, Aberdeenshire 16/7/51: ROUNDER 82161-1835-2 2002/ 066 - Jimmy MacBEATH rec by Seamus Ennis 5/7/52: RPL 18132 (remade as RPL LP 26506)/ 260 - Norman KENNEDY: TOPIC 12-T-178 1968 - Rob WATT: TOPIC 12-T-178 1968

GUISER'S REEL, THE - comp Manson ? -- Peter FRASER (fid) of Finniegarth, Walls rec by Pat Shaw, Lerwick July 1952: RPL 18622/ 068 aft "Underhill"

GUISER'S SONG - JFSS 7 1905 p94 "O what is that upon thy head?" ("glorious hope") 1 v Penzance, Cornwall c1852

GUITARISTS - Steve BENBOW - Martin CARTHY - Richard GENDALL - David JACOBS - Bert JANSCH - John PEARSE - John RENBOURN - Cyril TAWNEY

GUITARS - - in Song - LIGHT GUITAR - MY OLD GIBSON GUITAR (Alex Campbell) - SHE SAT NEATH THE LILACS (K) -- Recordings see INSTRUMENTS Listing

GULL COVE - "where the stormy wynds do blow" - exploits of a number of fishing schooners comp by Matty Johnson - Anita BEST (unacc): AMBER MUSIC CD 9804-2 1997

GULLANE JIG, THE - CRANITCH #11 p129 (D) - MOYLAN 2 #1 p3 (D) from John O Leary (melodeon) learned from Jimmy Doyle

GULLANE POLKAS, THE - MOYLAN 2 #45 p27 & #65 p37 (D) from John O Leary (melodeon)

GULLANE SLIDE, THE - MOYLAN 2 #107 p62 (D) from John O Leary (melodeon)

GUM SHALLACK - "We are the travelling people like the picts or Beaker folk" - ROUD#2508 - FMJ 3:1 1975 pp38-39 Jim Carroll: Johnny Connors, London 1973 (comp by Johnny Connors)

GUM TREE CANOE, THE - "On Tombigtree River so bright I was born" - Ch: "We'll row, yes, we'll row over the water so blue - like a feather we're a floatin' my GTC" - Comp by S S Steele mid 19thC (tune: "Green Bushes") - ROUD#759 - Bss - MUNCH Tristan da Cunha 1970 p111 "Over the water.....gumpny canoe" from Henry Green - p149 from Arthur Repetto --- RANDOLPH OFS 1946 4 p302 Mrs Lilian Short, Mo 1941 (w/o) - THOMPSON PS 1958 pp159-160 Stevens-Douglass Ms NY 1841-56 (w/o) "My GTC - HUBBARD BSFU 1961 p140 Mrs Elen Hassell Stanley, Utah 1948 (w/o) "My GTC" -- Jim CARGILL rec by W Fahey, Australia: LARRIKIN 007 1976

GUN IN THE THATCH, THE - Reel comp by Sean Maguire ? - WILLIAMSON BFT 1976 p88 from OUTLET OLP 1006

GUNDAGAI - FIVE MILES FROM - FLASH JACK FROM - ROAD TO

GUNGAR - Norwegian dance tune -- Magnus Mannheim (hardanger f iddle): 368

GUNGU WALK - Jamaican coll by Cliff Hall -- SPINNERS: "Live Performance" CONTOUR 6870-502 1967 rec by Terry Brown Sept 1966/ FONTANA STL- 5431 1967

GUNNER AND BOATSWAIN, THE - "Come all you merry soldiers that merry merry be" - test of honesty - devil - ROUD#2852 - THOMPSON PS 1939 pp191-2 Stevens-Douglas Ms NY 1841-56 (w/o)

GUNNERS, THE - Boston or Military Two Step -- Billy BENNINGTON (h-dulc) rec by Jim COUZA, Barford, Norfolk 20/7/82 CASS-0871

GUNS (firing) -- Recordings see SUBJECTS Listing

GUR A MISE THA GU TURSACH - (Sad am I) - Tune is "Loch Lomond" -- Finlay Mc LENNAN rec by Fred Macaulay, S Uist, Hebrides 1957: RPL LP 24442

GUR MULADACH ASGITH MI - Scots Gaelic -- Flora McNEIL Barra rec Glasgow 21/10/64: RPL LP 28767

GURGLING OF THE CHURN, THE - Slip Jig - BREATHNACH 2 1976 #101 p53 Em

GUSTY'S FROLIC - Triple Jig (#D) - BREATHNACH FMDI 1971 p143 3pts (#D) from Paddy O Brien (accordion) of Offaly/ CRE 2 #105 p56 (#D) 4pts - FELDMAN p58 (D) from J Doherty 4pts - MITCHELL & SMALL #42 pp86-7 8pts from Patsy Touhey (U- pipes) - O'NEILL MOI #1171/ DMI #444 (##D ending E) 7pts - Cf PADDY BE EASY -- Dave SWARBRICK (fid): ELEKTRA BY-6030 1967 - Johnny DOHERTY (fid) rec by PK, Co Donegal 1953: 273/ SAYDISC (CD) SDL-420 1997/ rec by Seamus McMathuna, Co Donegal: COMHALTAS CEOLTAIRI EIREANN CL-10 1974 - Ciaran TOURISH, Dermot McLAUGHLIN, Seamus & Kevin GLACKIN (fids) rec at "Fiddlesticks" Festival organised by Traditional Music Society of University College, Cork 1991: NIMBUS NI-5320

GUSSONDALL BAY - Jig - MITTEL #18 p8 (F)

GUY FAWKES DAY - Nov 5th - "Guy, guy, guy, stick him up on high, stick him on a lamp-post, there let him die" - CHAPPELL PMOT 1858 #48 & 49 p56 & p717 - OPIE LLSC p250 - RICHARDS STUBBS EFS 1979 p155 "Poke him in the eye" coll Ian & Susan Parr, Lancash 1969 - see also BARTLE - BONFIRE TUNE - COB COALING -- Recordings see SUBJECTS Listing

GUY FAWKES - "I sing a doleful tragedy" Ch: "Tow row row" - 7v sung by Mrs Stuart McHugh sent to Peter Duddridge in Oct 1964 in SONGFILE

GUY REED - "Well do I remember one dark and stormy night" - while trying to break a log jam he is swept into the river and drowned - funeral described - buried in family plot - 9th September 1897 on the Androscoggin River - buried West Byron, Maine - comp by Joe Scott - LAWS #C-9 NAB 1950/64 p151 - ROUD#1968 - IVES FSNB 1989 pp183-6 Perley Hare 1987 -- BENJAMIN DEAN

GUYANA - (British Guiana incl French & Dutch Surinam) -- Recordings AREA Listing

GUYSBORO SONG - "Come all you landsmen and young sailors too" - among his many misfortunes ashore and at sea are two broken knees - LAWS #dD-48 NAB 1950/64 p265 - ROUD#1824 - CREIGHTON SBNS 1932 pp259-260 Ben Henneberry 1929+

GWCW, Y - (The Cuckoo) - Welsh - JWFSS 1910 I pt2 #1 pp128 & 206 "Cerdd y Gog Lwydlas" - JWFSS 1954 #4 pt4 #21 p33 & #58 p93 - GWYNN WILLIAMS 1963 #98 p130 - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #61 Thomas -- Ben "Bach" PHILLIPS rec by Seamus Ennis, Lochtwrffin, Mathery, Pembrokesh 17/10/52: RPL 19068/ 052 - Andrew THOMAS, Oencnwc, Fishguard rec by Seamus Ennis & Emrys Cleaver 1/9/53: RPL 20195/ 005 & 052 incl joining in with playback of his own recording

GWCW FACH, Y - (The Little Cuckoo) - "Gwcw fach, on'd wyt ti'n ffolog..." - from "Alawon y Celt" 1905 Robert Bryan Utica, New York, 1903 (1v only) - example of "Canu Llatai" song in which birds are sent as messengers -- Siwsann GEORGE (voc) with Robin Huw Bowen (triple harp): SAYDISC CD-SDL-406 1993 Caneuon Traddodiadol Cymru (Traditional Songs of Wales)

GWENNO FWYN - (Gentle Gwen) - Welsh - Comp by Mynuddog 1866, tune: "Nelly Bly" - KENNEDY FSBI 1975 #62 -- John THOMAS, rec by PK, Corwen, Denbighsh 9/11/54: 005 & 051 - Tom EDWARDS rec by PK, Bryneglwys, Corwen, Denbighsh 9/11/54: 7"RTR- 1039/ RPL 22425

GWERTHU GWELY PLU FY NHAD - (Selling father's feather bed) - Welsh skipping rhyme -- rec 13/11/42: RPL 7663 (78)

GWILYM'S DELIGHT - Jig - HAYWOOD #33 p17 (D)

GWNDRYAS, AN - Cornish - WILD ROVER

GWORDIE GILL - GEORDIE GILL

GWYDD, Y - (The Loom) - ANCIENT NATIONAL AIRS OF GWENT & MORGANNWG - A moralising song which compares the threads of the loom with those of life itself -- Susan GEORGE & Stuart BROWN (known as MABSANT) rec by Bob Partridge, Cardiff 1983: 054

GWYDION - CURSED SON OF GWYDION

GYETSIDE LASS, THE - MY BONNY GATESIDE LASS

GYPSIES - (see also TINKERS) - Walter ALDRIDGE - Frank CONNORS - FULLERS - Carolyne HUGHES - Rebecca PENFOLD - Nansi RICHARDS - Fred ROOKE - Charlie & Ted SCAMP - John SEYMOUR - Phoebe SMITH - Hywel & Manfri WOOD - Song - ATCHING TAN - CAN YOU POOKER ROMANY? - CASRO MANISHI-O - CHORING - DIDIKAI CARAVAN - I AM A ROMANY - I BINGED AVREE - IN THE DAYS WE WENT A-GYPSYING - LOST LADY FOUND - MANDI WENT TO POOV THE GRYS - OKO VELA O CHAVO - STOLEN CHILD - TRAVELLERS CAME TO REDBRIDGE - Children - DUKES A-RIDING - GIPSY CAROLINE - GIPSY LIVED IN A TENT - I'M A WEE MEL-0-DI-MAN - MY MOTHER SAID -- Recordings see SUBJECTS Listing

GYPSIES GLEE, THE - "We gypsies lead such a merry life" - ROUD#1244 - WILLIAMS FSUT p68 #299 Harry Serman, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordsh 3v (w/o) -- Sam BENNETT rec by PK, Ilmington, Warwksh 10/8/50: 098 (3v) - Ben BAXTER rec by Seamus Ennis, Southrepps, Norfolk Oct 1956: RPL 23382/ 234

GYPSIES RIDING - DUKES A-RIDING

GYPSY, THE - "Along the road I take my way" - BARING GOULD GCS 1895 new version with two stanzas sung together & chorus based on "The Gypsy Laddie" or "Gypsy Countess" in BARING GOULD SOW

GYPSY, THE - comp by Bob Pegg -- Mr FOX: TRANSATLANTIC TRA-236 1971

GYPSY AND THE FARMER, THE - comp by FR -- Fred ROOKE rec 1974: 045 (double-tracked)

GYPSY BROTHERS, THE - comp by FR -- Fred ROOKE rec 1974: 045 (double-tracked)

GYPSY CAROLINE - QUEEN CAROLINE

GYPSY FIDDLER, THE - comp by FR -- Fred ROOKE rec 1974: 045

GYPSY, GYPSY, LIVED IN A TENT - "she couldn't afford to pay the rent - when the rent man came next day - gypsy gypsy ran away - over the hills and far away" - Children's Two Ball game - RITCHIE GC pp93-4 (notes and other verses) -- rec by Damian Webb, 4/31 St Johns Junior School for Girls, Workington, Cumberland 1960: 194 #36

GYPSY GIRL, THE - "My father was the king of the gypsies" - She tells the wealthy squire's fortune: that he will marry her - LAWS #0-4 ABBB 1957 p228 "The Gypsy Maid" or "The Gypsy's Wedding Day" ("GWD") - ROUD#229 - BSs incl SBG 4:#363 - SHARP Cf 2 p141 - (not in SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974) - JFSS 1:5 1904 p231 Kidson: Yorksh 1v/m - JFSS 3:12 1908 pp220-2 Grainger: Joseph Taylor (with notes) "The GWD" - GRAINGER #198 Joseph Taylor 1906/ ONS#59/ RNS#29 Miss Ann Hiles, Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lincolnsh 1905/ ONS# #199 George Gouldthorpe, Brigg, Lincolnsh 1906 "G Gal"/ #358:99/ RNS 60 Mrs Burton, Brigg, Lincolnsh "The GWD"/ Mr Hacklett, Winchcombe Gloucestersh 1908 "The G's Wedding" - LEWIS Flintsh 1914 p36 from Jane Wlliams, Holywell:"The Little Gypsy Girl" - WILLIAMS #247 Frank Cook, Burford, Oxfordsh (w/o) - Cf THE SQUIRE AND THE GYPSY --- COX FSOS 1925 p335 W Va (w/o) "The Orphan Gypsy Girl" - RANDOLPH OFS 1946 1 pp437-8 Mississippi "My father was a chieftain" -- Joseph TAYLOR rec by Percy Grainger, Saxby-all Saints, Lincolnsh 1906: Gramophone Co matrix #8752e/ LEADER LEA-4050 1972/ TOPIC TSCD-651 1998 "GWD" - Joseph & Mary TAYLOR (Joseph's d), rec by PK 18/3/53: 135 "GWD" - Louise HOLMES rec by PK, Dinedor, Hereford 14/10/52: RPL 18691/ 031 "The Little Gypsy Girl" - Ruby & Willie KELBY rec by PK, Blairgowrie, Perthsh 1955 - Ben BAXTER rec by Seamus Ennis, Southrepps, Norfolk Oct 1956: RPL 23382/ 234 (1st & last vs only) - THE KENTISH TRAVELLERS Folk Dance Band (tune with square dance calling) rec London 10/10/61: RPL LP 26960 - Bob DAVENPORT & MARSDEN RATTLERS: LEADER LER-3008 1971 - Shirley COLLINS & ALBION: PEG-7/ DECCA SML-1117 1974 Holmes version - Jasper SMITH (gypsy) rec by Mike Yates: TOPIC 12-T- 253 1975/ TSCD-661 Travellers "The Squire & the Gypsy" - Jake WALTON (voc/ gtr): LEADER LER-2094 1976 instrum with "Haste to the Wedding" on hurdy gurdy --- Horton BARKER, Virginia, USA: FOLKWAYS FA-2362 1962

GYPSY HORNPIPE, THE - GYPSY'S HORNPIPE

GYPSY IN THE MOONLIGHT - "gypsy in the snow - all I want is - to come and dance with you" - solo girl dances outside ring, chooses a partner and they dance together through "tra-la-la" -- children rec by Alan Lomax, San Juan Government Girls School, Trinidad 1962: ROUNDER CD-1716 1997

GYPSY JACK-OF-ALL-TRADES, THE - comp by McC for "The Travelling People" Radio Ballad -- Ewan MacCOLL: ARGO SPA-A-216 1972

GYPSY KING, THE - "Tis I'm the the G K - ha ha" - Champagne - Kaiser - ROUD#1259 - BSs incl BG 4:#332 - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 pp127-8 #43 Henry Cook, Arlington, Gloucestersh (4dv & ch wo/o)

GYPSY LADDIE-O, THE - "Three gypsies stood at the castle gate" - "She's gone with the draggle-tailed gypsies-o" - CHILD #200 - ROUD#1 - BRONSON vol 3 (128 var of tune) - - Bs by John FORD of Chesterfield 1830s (Roy Palmer Reprint 2001) "There were seven gypsies in a gang" - SBG 1:99/ 1:116/ 3:177/ 5:26/ 8:33/ 9:184 - HERD AMS 1776 pp54-5 (w/o) - GREIG-KEITH LL 1925 #60 - GREIG-DUNCAN 2 p331 (13var) & 6 #1265 p528 (1v/m) "Oh what care I for your weel-made bed?" - BUCHAN 101SS 1962 J Robertson - BG Ms #50 - BARING GOULD SOW 1889 in 2 parts using two tunes (source of Part 1 not clear) "Wraggle Taggle Gypsies" (tune used for Lichfield Morris "Sheriff's Ride") (a) James Parsons (b) Sam Fone (c) P Cherton, Tiverton (d) J Woodrich - BARING GOULD GCS 1895 (see THE GYPSY) - SHARP-MARSON FSS 1 pp18-19 Mrs Overd The WTG-O - Sel Ed 1 pp13-16 - Cf 1 p213 - SHARP-KARPELES CSC 1974 pp160 Mrs Overd, Langport, Somerset 1904/ Mr Green, Rose Ash, Devon 1907 (m/o)/ nn, Retford, Nottinghamsh 1911/ Wm Nott, Meshaw, Devon 1905 1v/m/ Robert Parish, Exford, Som 1907 1v/m/ Mrs Jane Gulliford, Combe Florey, Som 1908 1v/m/ John Vincent, Priddy, Som 1906/ Anna Pond, Shepton Beauchamp, Som 1904/ Mrs Martha Bodley, North Petherton, Som 1907 1v/m/ Mr Gordge, Bridgwater, Som 1906 1v/m/ Shepherd Haden, Bampton, Oxfordsh 1909/ Sister Emma, Clewer, Berksh 1909 1v/m - GRAINGER #327 Archer Lane, Winchcombe, Gloucestersh 1908 "The WTG-O" - JOYCE OIFM 1909 p154 - GILLINGTON SOR 1911 - WILLIAMS FSUT 1923 pp120-2 #195 Shadrach Hayden, Hatford, Berksh/ #260 G Giles, Filkins, Gloucestersh (w/o) "The Draggle-tailed G" - HENRY SOP #124/ HUNTINGTON 1990 pp509-510 Alexander Thompson, Cumber-Claudy, Co Derry 1926 "The Brown-eyed Gypsies" - ORD BB 1930 pp411-412 (w/o) - JEFDSS 1946 p14-15 Cox coll Collinson "Seven gypsies all in a gang" - JEFDSS 1951 pp79-80 Karpeles: Mrs Donald Shelton NC 1950 - COLLINSON-DILLON FSCM 1952 pp43-7 Harry Cox, Catfield, Norfolk "Gypsies-O" - REEVES EC 1960 pp141-144 SBG: James Parsons & Gardiner: James Watson, Portsmouth, Hampsh 1907 (w/o) "The G Countess" - SEDLEY SOL 1967 p69 - PALMER SOM 1972 p46 Bham & Midland F/Centre: P Murphy, Brownhills, Staffordsh 1967 "7 G" - DAWNEY PG 1977 p14 Butterworth: 'Skinny' Crow, nd, np, Sussex - HOLLOWAY-BLACK LEBB 2 1979 pp83-84 Jennings Bs London ( Camb Univ Lib) (w/o) "Gipsy Loddy" - TUNNEY SF 1979 p110 Doran - PALMER EBBB 1980 #49 pp117-9 Sharp: Mrs Overd "Draggle- tail G" - RICHARDS-STUBBS 1979 p135 coll Gardiner - Lore & Language 3:4-5 1981 pp153-183 Discussion: Cultural Values in Scots & American versions "Black Jack Davy" - SHIELDS SRT 1981 pp66-7 Tilly Quigley, Magilligan, Co Derry 1969 "The Dark eyed G" - MacCOLL-SEEGER 1986 p176 B Stewart - PORTER-GOWER 1995 pp131-3 from Jeannie Robertson - Tune used for WAE'S ME FOR PRINCE CHARLIE (John Glen) - USA - SHARP FSSA 1917/32 #33 (vol 1 pp233-9) 10var: Mrs J.Gabriel Coates, Flag Pond, Tenn 1916/ Mrs Mary Norton, Rocky Ford, Tenn 1916/ Mrs Hester House, Hot Springs, NC 1916/ Mrs Jane Gentry, Hot Springs, NC 1916/ Mrs Kitty Gwynne, Rocky Fork 1916/ Mrs Sarah Buckner, Black Mountain, NC 1916/ N.B.Chisholm, Woodridge, Va 1916/ Mrs Franklin, Barbourville, Knox Co., Ky 1917/ Mrs Lizzie Gibson, Crozet, Va 1918/ Mrs Delie Hughes, Cane River, Burnsville, NC 1918/ DC 2004: Becky Mitchell, Burnsville, Yancey Co., NC 1918 8v - BARRY 1929 - GREENLEAF NFL 1933 - HUDSON FSM 1936 pp117-119 Mrs Flora Stafford Swetnam, Mi (w/o) "Black Jack David" - HENRY FSSH 1938 pp110-112 Mrs Samuel Harmon, Tenn 1930/ Mary H Blair, NJ 1930 2v (w/o)/ pp117-9 Mi (w/o) "Black Jack David" - EDDY 1939 - BELDEN 1940 - LOMAX OSC 1941 - RANDOLPH OFS 1946 1 pp152-160 Mrs Emma Dusenbury, Ark 1930/ Wm Wenzel, Mo 1930 (w/o)/ Prof Goodhue, Ark 1930 1v (w/o)/ Mrs Mary Hall, Ark 1942 1v (w/o)/ Rose O Neill, Mo 1938/ Mrs May Kennedy McCord 1941 (w/o)/ Mrs Olga Trail, Ark 1942 "The G Lover" - MORRIS FSOF 1950 pp304-7 P K Schofield, Fla/ Mrs G A Griffin, Fla "It was late in the night when Johnny came home" - BROWN 1952 2 p161 - COFFIN-RENWICK #119 p254 - PARLER ABB 1963 p5-7 Harry Jo Davis Ark 1950 (w/o) "BJD"/ Mrs Davis, Ark 1954 (w/o) "Black Jack Davy came a-riding o'er the Plain" - CREIGHTON FSSNB 1971 pp12-13 Angelo Dornan, NB 1954-60 - DAVIS 1960 - HUBBARD BSFU 1961 pp26-7 Mrs Salley Hubbard Utah - FOWKE TSSO 1965 pp18-19 O J Abbott, Ont 1957 "G Daisy" (FOLKWAYS FM 4051) - KARPELES FSFN 1971 Mrs Margaret Quilter/ Mrs Wilson Northcott/ Jacob Courage 1v/m/ Mrs May Joseph Mirchell 1v/m/ Patrick Hunt (w/o) Nfl 1929-30 - PEACOCK SNO 1965 1 pp194-7 Freeman Bennett & Everett Bennett, Nfl 1958 - WARNER TAFS 1986 #42 p133 Lena Bourne Fish -- Dicky LASHBROOK (travelling chimney-sweep) rec by PK, Lifton, Devon 1950/ rec by PK 1952: RPL 17796/ 010 & 502 "Treble tailed Gypsies" - Edwin THOMAS rec by PK, Somerset 1952: RPL LP 23622 - Harry COX, rec PK, Catfield, Norfolk 1953: CAEDMON TC-1146/ TOPIC 12-T- 161/ 502/ rec by PK 1956: RPL LP 22914 "The Black-guarded gypsies"/ rec by Leslie Shepard 9/10/65: TOPIC TSCD-512 (D) 2000 "Black-hearted Gypsies-O" - Bert WILTSHIRE rec by PK, Bampton, Oxfordsh 1957: 5"-RTR-0966/ RPL LP 26368 "Daggle- tailed gypsies-O" (1 v only) & talk about Shepherd Haden & Cecil Sharp - A L LLOYD: RIVERSIDE RLP-12-626 1956 - Ewan Mc COLL with Peggy SEEGER (banjo) & Peggy SEEGER (voc/banjo): RIVERSIDE RLP-12-637 1956 "The Black Jack Davie" Oxford 1957: RPL LP 26368 - Steve BENBOW (voc gtr & bass rec by PK London 1960: RTR-0495: FOLKTRAX 091 ("Dark-eyed G" coll by Maud Karpeles, Newfoundland)/ with Johnny Scott (flute): 292 "Charlie" - Carolyne HUGHES (gypsy) rec by PK, Blandford, Dorset 1968: 043 & 502 - Shirley with Dolly COLLINS (flute organ): POLYDOR 583-025 1968 "7 Yellow G" from Paddy Doran - STEELEYE SPAN: Orig Masters: CHRYSALIS CJT-3 (D) 1977 "Black Jack Davy" - Walter PARDON rec by Mike Yates, Knapton, Norfolk: TOPIC 12-TS-392/ TSCD-656 "Raggle Taggle Gipsies" - Ireland - Charles BOYLE rec by PK, Belfast 1952: 7"RTR-0543/ RPL 18407 "Dark-eyed G" (frag) - Christy PURCELL (tinker) rec by PK, Belfast: RPL 18554 titled "Dark eyed Gypsies-O" (talk aft)/ 168 & 502 - Paddy DORAN (tinker), rec by PK, Belfast 1952: RPL 18579/ CAEDMON TC- 1146/ TOPIC 12-T-161/ 502 "Seven Yellow Gypsies"- John BAN (BYRNE), rec by Hugh Shields, Malin Beg, Co Donegal & Mrs Tilley (Mary) QUIGLEY, Bellarena, Co Derry: LEADER LEA-4055 1972 - PLANXTY: POLYDOR Super 2383-186 1973 from John Reilly - FUREYS & Dave ARTHUR: CASS-0958 "Rattle-tum-a-gypsum" - Joe HOLMES Ballymoney Co Antrim N Ire: FREE REED FRR-007 1976 "Dark-eyed G" - Polly BOLTON (with keyboards & viola) RPL Radio 2 1/5/91 CASS-60-1022 "Daggle Tailed" (BaringGould tune) - MOVING CLOUD Danis-Irish Folk Group: GO 0102 with reel: "Within a mile"- Robert CINNAMOND rec by PK & Sean O Boyle, Belfast 1955: RPL LP 24836/ 158 & 502 - Maire Aine Ni DHONNCHADHA: FOLKWAYS FW-8781 1963 cass-0937 - John REILLY, tinker, rec by Tom Munnelly, Boyle, Co Roscommon 1967: 175 (2var: "Raggle Taggle Gypsy-O" & "Dark-eyed Gypsy-O") - Scotland - Willie MATHIESON #009, Mary Stewart ROBERTSON #148, David EDWARDS #192, Mrs Alex CAMPBELL #194, Alex CLARK #277, Bell DUNCAN #281/ 295, Mrs William DUNCAN #295, Alex ROBB #342 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/ DAT/ 502 "Three G"/ also rec by Seamus Ennis, Aberdeensh 1952: RPL 18789 - Jeannie ROBERTSON of Aberdeen, rec by PK, London 1953: CAEDMON TC-1146/ TOPIC 12-T-161/ 186 & 502/ rec 1964: RPL LP 29543 & RPL LP 29543/ (voc/ gtr) RIVERSIDE RLP-12-633/ TOPIC 12-T-96 1959/ TANGENT TNGM- 119/D 1975 "Three Gypsies"/ TOPIC TSCD-667 1998 Ballads - Archie FISHER: TRANSATLANTIC XTRA-1070 1968 - USA - Woody GUTHRIE rec by Alan Lomax, Washington, DC 4 Jan 1941 Lib of Congress/ ROUNDER CD 1500 1998 "Gypsy Davy"/ rec by AL in 2 progs by Tom Paxton: RPL Radio 2 30/9/87 & 7/10/87: CASS-0425 - Frank PROFFITT: FOLK LEGACY CD 125) rec by Frank & Anne Warner, Beech Mt., Watauga Co., NC USA, 1941: 933 - Mrs Donald SHELTON rec by Maud Karpeles, Flag Pond, Tenn 1950: RPL 17146/ 907/ CASS-0482 "G Davie" coll by Maud Karpeles N Carolina 1950 - Ed McCURDY (with gtr) rec Jac Holzman, NY USA: RIVERSIDE 12- 601 1955 from Illinois - Bascom Lamar LUNSFORD (75) (voc/ banjo) rec by Paul Clayton: RIVERSIDE RLP-12-645 1956 "Black Jack Davie" - Hedy WEST (voc/ banjo): FONTANA STL-5432 1967 - Eunice Yeatts McALEXANDER rec by Mike Yates, Meadows of Dan, Patrick County, Va USA 11/8/79: EFDSS CD-02 1998 "Black Jack Davey" - (Dillard CHANDLER NC FOLKWAYS 2309)

GYPSY MAID, THE - GYPSY GIRL

GYPSY NAILSMITH, THE - comp by FR -- Fred ROOKE rec 1974: 045 (with talk about religion & mentioning the Pope)

GYPSY POLKA - GITANA

GYPSY RIDING - DUKES A-RIDING

GYPSY ROVER, THE - comp by Maguire -- THE HIGHWAYMEN: UNITED ARTISTS ULP- 1002 1962

GYPSY'S DREAM, THE - PIPLATSCH

GYPSY'S HORNPIPE, THE - KENNEDY FTB 2 1954 5/ 1994 #17 p7 (not the same but has this title) - KOHLER 1 p87 (Em) -- Stephen BALDWIN (fid) rec by PK, Upton Bishop, Herefordsh 13/10/52: RPL 18680/ 115/ rec Russell Wortley 22/6/54: LEADER LED-2068 1976 (This is version of "The College H") - Nansi Richards JONES (triple harp) rec by PK, Penybontfawr, Oswestry 11/11/54: RPL 22343/ 053 & 351 - Jim SMALL (harmonica) rec Cheddar, Somerset 1980: 405 - John WRIGHT (fid): TOPIC 12-TS-348 1978 Bishop version

GYPSY'S GLEE - GYPSIES GLEE

GYPSY'S HORNPIPE - KOHLER 1 p95 (G)

GYPSY'S LULLABY - comp by BP -- Billy PIGG (N-pipes): TOPIC 12-TS-227 1974 Kathreyn TICKELL Radio 2: 4/3/87: CASS-0408

GYPSY'S WARNING, THE - "Do not trust him, gentle lady" - ROUD#1764 - Bss incl BG 2;#106/ 5:#222/ 5:#228 - GREIG-DUNCAN 1995 vol 6 #1158 p223 2var 2v w/o --- COX FSOS 1925 pp439-40 Mrs M H Moomau, WVa 1918 (w/o) - COX FSMWV 1939 p79 Blanche Sisson, LA Calif 1v/m - HUBBARD BSFU 1961 pp125-6 Mrs Susie Barlow, Utah 1948 - PETERS FSOW 1977 pp75-6 Bs (w/o) -- Tom PALEY (voc/ gtr): ARGO ZFB-3 1969 - Bob HART rec by Tony Engle, Snape, Suffolk: TOPIC 12-TS-243 1974/ (MT CD 301-2)

GYPSY'S WEDDING DAY, THE - GYPSY GIRL

 
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