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Banks of Claudy
Banks of Claudy This song was selected as part of the BBC Radio 2 Cecil Sharp Project. At the 2014 Radio 2 Folk Awards, the first inductee in the new Hall of Fame was the folk collector Cecil Sharp . Sharp is a godfather of English traditional...
 
BBC Radio 2 Cecil Sharp Project
BBC Radio 2 Cecil Sharp Project At the 2014 Radio 2 Folk Awards, the first inductee in the new Hall of Fame was the folk collector Cecil Sharp . Sharp is a godfather of English traditional music, who helped to preserve much of the country's folk...
 
Using Folk Arts in Key Stage 1 - Bev and Ray Langton
Using Folk Arts in Key Stage 1: Street Cries, Green Men and Morris Dancing By Bev and Ray Langton This cross-curricular project took place at Allens Croft Primary School in Kings Heath, Birmingham. It brought together exploration of English...
 
Two Folk Tunes for Secondary Schools by Hazel Askew
Two Folk Tunes for Secondary Schools by Hazel Askew Instrumental folk music can be used in many different ways for workshops in secondary schools at KS3 level. With this age group, the amount of students who play instruments and the levels to...
 
Working By Ear by Rob Harbron and Miranda Rutter
Working By Ear: Ideas and resources for learning and teaching music by ear by Rob Harbron and Miranda Rutter The material in this booklet is derived from Rob and Miranda's ongoing work as folk musicians and workshop leaders, and draws heavily...
     
Creating a New Song Cycle from Traditional Songs- Jo Freya
Creating a New Song Cycle from Traditional Songs - by Jo Freya This pack presents the materials used and developed as an inspiration and starting point for a creative music making and song writing project with Year 9, 12 and 13 students from...
 
Using Folk Song and Dance in Primary Schools by Liam Robinson
Using Folk Song and Dance in Primary Schools by Liam Robinson In this pack you will find examples of traditional folk songs, dances and music suitable for use in the primary classroom, along with examples of how they have been used to develop...
   
Using Folk Music to Enhance Inclusive Learning
Using Folk Music to Enhance Inclusive Learning This pack details how Wren Music worked in Pathfield School, a special school for children aged 3 – 19 years with severe, profound and complex needs including autism. The pack describes the...
     
Audio: Glorishears (4/4)
Morris Contemporary - Audio for Glorishears (4/4) As part of our Morris Contemporary Dance resource we have produced a range of audio recordings for the dances included in the pack. These are designed to be used alongside the written notes and...
 
Audio: Black Joak (6/8)
Morris Contemporary - Audio for Black Joak (6/8) As part of our Morris Contemporary Dance resource we have produced a range of audio recordings for the dances included in the pack. These are designed to be used alongside the written notes and...
 
Audio: Bonnets of Blue (6/8 with slows)
Morris Contemporary - Audio for Bonnets of Blue (6/8 with slows) As part of our Morris Contemporary Dance resource we have produced a range of audio recordings for the dances included in the pack. These are designed to be used alongside the...
 
Audio: Idbury Hill
Morris Contemporary - Audio for Idbury Hill (4/4) As part of our Morris Contemporary Dance resource we have produced a range of audio recordings for the dances included in the pack. These are designed to be used alongside the written notes and...
 
Audio: Swaggering Bonney
Morris Contemporary - Audio for Swaggering Bonney As part of our Morris Contemporary Dance resource we have produced a range of audio recordings for the dances included in the pack. These are designed to be used alongside the written notes and...
 
Audio: Bobbing Joe
Morris Contemporary - Audio for Bobbing Joe As part of our Morris Contemporary Dance resource we have produced a range of audio recordings for the dances included in the pack. These are designed to be used alongside the written notes and film...
 
Shepherd's Hey
Shepherd's Hey This is popular tune known to folk musicians, and there are many different variations. Shepherd's Hey is included in the Three Folk Tunes for Secondary Schools pack collated for The Full English schools projects that Oli Matthews...
   
Speed the Plough
Speed The Plough This is a very well known tune, and often played in folk sessions in pubs and festivals across the country. It was collected from John Locke by Cecil Sharp on 27 Dec 1909, in Leominster, Herefordshire. This tune is in the Three...
   
Curly Headed Ploughboy
Curly Headed Ploughboy This is a very well known tune, and often played in folk sessions in pubs and festivals across the country. It was collected from William Hemming by Cecil Sharp on 21 Sept 1922, in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. This tune is in the...
   
Three Folk Tunes for Secondary Schools
Three Folk Tunes for Secondary Schools The material in this pack was collated for The Full English schools projects that Oli Matthews was involved in at Horizon Community Academy, Barnsley and Stantonbury Campus, Milton Keynes. These projects...
   
The Wensley Jig
The Wensley Jig An arrangement of a folk tune in 4 parts discovered in The Full English digital archive by John Kirkpatrick. John was commissioned to arrange three tunes for a massed band of artists to play at The Full English national showcase...
   
The Galloping Dash
The Galloping Dash An arrangement of a folk tune in 4 parts discovered in The Full English digital archive by John Kirkpatrick. John was commissioned to arrange three tunes for a massed band of artists to play at The Full English national showcase...
   

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