Cecil Sharp , collector and editor of English Folk Songs, Born
November, 22nd, 1859, Died June 22nd, 1924.
The programme is made up entirely of songs and themes collected by Cecil Sharp from the peasant folk of the English counties, and will be presented under the direction of H. PLUNKET GREENE.
STEUART WILSON (Tenor).
" Searching for Lambs." " The Beggar."
" Old Heddon of Fawsley." “ Glorishears. "
Unaccompanied Ballads. DOUGLAS KENNEDY
"The Trees They Do Grow
Seventeen Come Sunday."
FREDERICK RANALOV. '
" Sally Brown. "
"Drunken Sailor " (or Shanadar). " Spanish Ladies.",
Tributes to Cecil Sharp 's work by DR. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS ,
Speaking in the London Studio, and SIR HUGH ALLEN ,
Speaking from the Oxford Studio.
H. PLUNKET GREENE
" Poor Old Horse." “ O, No! John."
" The Merry Haymakers."
Piano and Violin Duet.
HAROLD SAMUEL and, ELSIE AVRIL.
"Jennv on the Moor."
" Leap" Frog (Field Town.)"
STEUART WILSON (Tenor).
English Folk Songs discovered in the Appalachian Mountains, U.S.A.
" The Rebel Soldier." " Riddle Song."
" The Old Wife Wrapt in Wether
THE LONDON WIRELESS
(Solo Violin, Elsie Avril ).
" Ampleforth Sword Dance."
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