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The English and Scottish popular ballads.

Author: Kenneth S Goldstein; Ewan MacColl; A L Lloyd; Francis James Child
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Washington, [1956?]
Series: Folk music of the world series
Edition/Format:   Music LP : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth S Goldstein; Ewan MacColl; A L Lloyd; Francis James Child
OCLC Number: 7236836
Notes: Vol. 5 has title: Great British ballads, not included in the Child collection.
Vols. 1-4 recorded from F.J. Child's ed., The English and Scottish popular ballads (New York, Folklore Press, 1956).
Analytical notes, texts, glossaries, and bibliographical references bound in each container.
Performer(s): Sung by Ewan MacColl and A.L. Lloyd; edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein.
Description: 9 audio discs : 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 12 in.
Contents: V. 1: Lord Randall --
The devil and the plowman (The farmer's curst wife) --
The laird o'drum --
Herod and the cock (The carnal and the crane) --
Thomas Rhymer --
Our goodman --
The unquiet grave --
Minorie (The twa sisters) --
Hind horn. V. 2: Eppie Morrie --
Sir Hugh (The jew's daughter) --
The shepherd lad (The baffled knight) --
Robin Hood and the tanner --
Richie story --
Get up and bar the door --
The outlandish knight (Lady Isabel and the elf-knight) --
The Bonnie Hoose o'Airlie --
The rantin laddie. V. 3: The broomfield hill --
The prickly bush (The maid freed from the gallows) --
Johnnie O'Breadisley (Johnnie Cock) --
George Collins (Lady Alice) --
The trooper and the maid --
The cooper O'Fyfe (The wife wrapt in wether'e skin) --
Fair Margaret and sweet William --
Glasgow Peggie --
The broom of Cowdenknowes. V. 4: The keach in the creel --
Georgie (Geordie) --
The jolly beggar --
Lord Bateman (Young Beichan) --
My son David (Edward) --
Sir Patrick Spens --
The knight and the shepherd's daughter --
Bawbee Allan (Bonny Barbara Allan) --
Robin Hood and the bold pedlar. V. 5: The battle of Harlaw --
The Dover sailor (The brown girl) --
Amang the blue flowers and the yellow --
The golden vanity (The sweet trinity) --
The Douglas tragedy (Earl Brand) --
The dowie dens o'yarrow (The braes o'yarrow) --
Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford --
The gairdner child (The gardener) --
Gil Morice (Child Maurice). V. 7: Jock the leg (Jock the leg and the merry merchant) --
The daemon lover (James Harris) --
The Earl of Aboyne --
Scarborough fair (The elfin knight) --
Lord Gregory (The lass of Roch Royal) --
The Bonnie Earl of O'Murray --
Henry Martin --
Clyde's water (The mother's malison) --
The lover's ghost (The grey cock). V. 8: The burning o'auchendoun (Willie Macintosh) --
The banks of willow green (Bonnie Annie) --
Bessie Bell and Mary Gray --
Captain Wedderburn's courtship --
Bold Sir Rylas (Sir Lionel) --
Captain Ward and the rainbow --
Dives and Lazarus --
The cruel mother --
Lord Thomas and fair Eleanor (Lord Thomas and fair Annet). V. 9: The bitter withy --
Lang a-growing --
The bramble briar --
The seven virgins --
Down in yon forest --
The bold fisherman --
The blind beggar's daughter of bethnal green --
Six dukes went fishing --
The holy well --
The shooting of his dear.
Series Title: Folk music of the world series
Other Titles: Great British ballads

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