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Time May Steal The Roses
Time May Steal The Roses An arrangement of a folk song for 3 voices by Kathryn Davidson. The words existed as a broadsheet, a lyric page, collected by Frank Kidson. Kathryn wrote the melody and arranged the piece as part of The Full English...
 
Three Ravens
Three Ravens An arrangement of a folk song in 3 parts by Kathryn Davidson. This piece was performed at The Full English Community Choir Day at Sage Gateshead in 2014. The song was collected from Frank Kidson by Anne G. Gilchrist A video of the...
   
My Own Sweet Native Vale
My Own Sweet Native Vale An arrangement of a folk song in 3 parts, by Kathryn Davidson. This text for this song was taken from a broadside (lyric sheet) in the Frank Kidson collection. The tune was composed by Kathryn Davidson. Kathryn Davidson...
 
Mariners of England
Mariners of England An arrangement of a folk song for secondary school choir (SATB) by Kathryn Davidson. This piece was arranged for Durham Johnston Comprehensive School as part of The Full English learning programme. The song was printed on a...
   
Lovely Nancy
Lovely Nancy A arrangement of a folk song from Gloucestershire, in two parts, by Kathryn Davidson. This piece was performed at The Full English Community Choir Day at Sage Gateshead in 2014. The scores are provided in Dmajor and Cmajor. The words...
 
Down The Wagon Way
Down The Wagon Way An arrangement of a folk tune from Newcastle for Junior Orchestra by Ian Stephenson. As part of The Full English learning programme, Ian Stephenson worked closely with Edwin and Jessica Holmes in the Music Department at Durham...
   
Winlaton Calling On Song
Winlaton Calling On Song Two arrangements of a folk song from Winlaton, one for Wind Band, and one for Senior Orchestra, by Ian Stephenson. As part of The Full English learning programme, Ian Stephenson worked closely with Edwin and Jessica...
   
The Summer's Morning
The Summer's Morning An arrangement of a folk tune from Durham for Senior Orchestra by Ian Stephenson. As part of The Full English learning programme, Ian Stephenson worked closely with Edwin and Jessica Holmes in the Music Department at Durham...
   
Sea Songs and Shanties Pack
Sea Songs and Shanties Pack by Carolyn Robson This pack was devised for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 pupils, and brings together sea songs and shanties collected in and around Bristol. Each song has teaching notes attached, and you can download...
   
Cheerful Arn
Cheerful Arn This is a song about fox hunting - a practice now illegal in England, Wales and Scotland. It is arranged in 2 parts for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 pupils. It is accompanied by teaching notes that provide general information about...
   
A Roving
A Roving This song, arranged in 2 parts for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 pupils, is a sea song, collected from Mr Stileman by Cecil Sharp in Bristol on 14 July 1914. This song is duplicated in two resource packs which include teaching notes. You...
   
Tis Of A Gallant Southerner
Tis Of a Gallant Southerner This song, arranged in 2 parts for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 pupils, is a sea song, c ollected from James Tucker by Cecil Sharp in Bristol on 14 July 1914. This song is duplicated in two resource packs which include...
   
A Long Time Ago Pulling Chanty
A Long Time Ago - Pulling Chanty A sea shanty arranged in 2 parts, suitable for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 pupils. This song was collected from James Tucker (69 years old) by Cecil Sharp, at Merchant Venturers Alms Houses, Bristol, 14 July 1914....
   
Times Are Hard
Times Are Hard A sea shanty arranged in 3 parts, suitable for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 pupils. This song was collected from Mr Stileman by Cecil Sharp in Bristol on 14 July 1914 . A shanty is a work song that was sung by the sailors on large...
   
Bold Pirate
Bold Pirate This song, arranged in 2 parts for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 pupils, is a sea song, collected from Joseph Elliott by Henry Hammond in Todber, Dorset during September 1905. This song is duplicated in two resource packs which include...
   
Yeave Ho
Yeave Ho A sea shanty arranged in 3 parts, suitable for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 pupils. This songs was collected from Miss Dobbyn and her brother and collected by Cecil Sharp at 85a Redland Road, Bristol, July 13 1914 A shanty is a work song...
   
Cambridgeshire Children's Games
Cambridgeshire Children's Games by Mary Humphreys The games presented in this pack were collected from girls at Littleport Town Girls’ School, in Cambridgeshire, by Cecil Sharp on 8 September 1911. Many children's games were collected in...
   
Beginners' guides
If you are new the world of folk we hope that the guides presented here will help you find out more about English folk music, dance, song, custom, costume and traditions. We will be adding to these over the coming months - so do visit again to find out...
Resource Bank
Inspire learning with folk Explore free, downloadable materials for using English traditional folk song, music, dance, drama and other arts in your teaching and learning. Resources are suitable for use in formal and informal settings including:...
Thanks
An enormous thank you to all the photographers and dancers who participated in the compilation of the presentation. Thanks for very helpful feedback to: Liza Austin Strange, Toby Bennett, Barry Goodman, Sue Coe, Laura Connolly, Jeff Dent, Alex...

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