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Broadside ballads : songs from the streets, taverns, theatres and countryside of 17th-century England

Author: Lucie Skeaping
Publisher: London : Faber Music, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Comical, political scandalous or just plain obscene, "Broadside Ballads" were the pop songs of their day. This title includes over seventy songs.

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Genre/Form: Broadsides
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Lucie Skeaping
ISBN: 0571522238 9780571522231
OCLC Number: 123446517
Notes: Texts with melodies.
Description: 1 score (168 pages) : illustrations ; 31 cm
Contents: The baffled knight --
The beehive --
The bonny grey-eyed morn (Jockey roused with love) --
A caveat for cutpurses --
The country lass --
The countryman's Joy --
Courage crowned with conquest --
The courtiers health (The merry boys of the times) --
The courteous carman and the amorous maid --
The crafty maid (The batchellour outwitted) --
The crost couple (A good misfortune) --
Cupids courtisie (The young gallant foil'd at his own weapon) --
A Warning to all custard eaters --
A pleasant new ballad of Daphne --
Diddle diddle (The kind country lovers) --
The doleful dance and song of death --
The downfall of dancing (The overflow of three fidlers, and three bagg-pipe players) --
Drive the cold winter away --
The dumpling woman's delight --
England's great prognosticator --
The fair maid of Islington (The London vintner over-reach'd) --
The famous ratcatcher with his travels --
The female captain (The counterfit bridegroom) --
The gelding of the devil --
Good advice to batchelors --
The great boobee --
Gunpowder plot --
Harvest home --
Hey, then up go we --
The husband who met his match --
The Irish jigg (The night ramble) --
Jockey's lamentation (Over the hills and far away) --
The jolly miller (The old wife) --
The jolly tradesmen --
The joviall broome man --
The jovial lass (Doll and Roger) --
The Lancashire cuckold (The country parish-clerk betray'd by a conjurer's enchanted chamber pot) --
London mourning in ashes --
Lumps of pudding --
The lunatick lover (The young man's call to Grim king of the ghosts for cure) --
The maid's complaint for want of a dil doul --
A merry jest of John Thomson and Jakaman his wife --
Modesty amazed (The Dorsetshire damosel importunate with her mother) --
A ditty delightful of mother Watkin's ale --
My dog and I --
Neptune's raging fury (The gallant seaman's sufferings) --
The north country lovers (The plain downright merry wooing between John and Joan) --
The northern lasses lamentation (The unhappy maid's misfortune) --
Old England grown new --
The old woman's legacy to her cat --
Oyster nan --
The saint turn'd sinner --
Seldom cleanly --
The seven merry wives of London --
Shameless Joan (The old woman of Finsbury) --
The slighted maid (The pining lover) --
An old song on the Spanish Armada (Sir Francis Drake) --
A ballad of the strange and wonderful storm of hail --
The three ravens --
A ballad upon tobacco --
The trader's medley (The cries of London) --
The trooper watering his nag --
True love requited (The bayliff's daughter of Islington) --
The united lovers --
The vindication of top-knots and commodes --
When cannons are roaring --
The Wiltshire wedding --
The Winchester wedding --
Would ye have a young virgin? --
You lasses and lads --
Jigg: The cheaters cheated.
Responsibility: selected and edited by Lucie Skeaping, foreword by Andrew Motion.

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