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Martin Carthy ballad forum & evening show, Lewes Saturday Folk Club

Dear Everyone, Booking forms for the day and evening can also be downloaded from the club's website. Lewes Saturday Folk Club Workshop No 207 MARTIN CARTHY
julia_skweeza
Apr 16
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Broadside Day 2016

Cecil Sharp House will be undergoing some refurbishment next year, so we can’t yet confirm a date for next year’s Broadside Day. But our strong preference
steveroud
Apr 16
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Fwd: if you love culture - a request

please thank you Heather ____________________________________ From: jay@... To: Jay@... Sent: 4/13/2015 8:52:39 A.M. Eastern Daylight
hwood50@...
Apr 13
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Re: TSF: Meeting in Newcastle, 9 May 2015

Martin, Just incase I didn't respond earlier I'm planning to be there too. SteveG To: Tradsong@yahoogroups.com From: Tradsong@yahoogroups.com Date: Mon, 13 Apr
Steve Gardham
Apr 13
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Re: TSF: Meeting in Newcastle, 9 May 2015

I had really been looking forward to getting to this , as Newcastle is the nearest the meetings ever get to me, and the programme is very interesting too.
sueinwigton
Apr 13
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Re: TSF: Meeting in Newcastle, 9 May 2015 [2 Attachments]

Dear Martin, Greetings! Yes. I am planning to attend the meeting in Newcastle. All the best, Lewis. ... From : Tradsong@yahoogroups.com Date : 04/04/2015 -
    Lewis Jones
    Apr 13
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    Re: More Mansfield

    Hi Julia, Thanks for the Bonny Earl reference. I think we have enough examples now to declare it a commonplace. The 'long looked for' expression seems to be
    Steve Gardham
    Apr 11
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    Re: More Mansfield

    Oops, that went before I had a chance to finish it - apologies! Best, Julia On 10 April 2015 at 23:07, bishop julia
    bishop julia
    Apr 10
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    Re: More Mansfield

    Hi Steve, It reminds me of The Bonny Earl o Moray: Oh lang will his lady Look oer the castle Down, Eer she see the Earl of Murray Come sounding thro the town!
    bishop julia
    Apr 10
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    More Mansfield

    In the ms there are 2 versions of 'The Laidley Worm' (Appendix to Child 34) by Rev Lamb bef 1776. The second one at p306 is a straight copy of the published
    Steve Gardham
    Apr 10
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    archive.org refreshed

    I am a great fan of archive.org and the wonderful collection of books and articles that I cannot find or which are more than I can afford. I discovered today
    MARTIN GRAEBE
    Apr 4
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    TSF: Meeting in Newcastle, 9 May 2015

    Hello The next meeting of the Traditional Song Forum is to be held at Newcastle University on Saturday 9 May 2015. We have just passed the bicentenary of the
    MARTIN GRAEBE
    Apr 4
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    4112

    the art of the balladeer is still strong

    Dear all, In case you're not regular watchers of Sky News. Or the dissolution of Parliament (that dissolute lot) had passed you by.... Here is the Ballot
    Andrew Rouse
    Apr 1
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    Re: Richard Terry, "The Shanty Book," Vols 1 and 2

    A fair point, Shy Modest! There is currently an emphasis on locality. People are interested to discover that their ancestors sang for Cecil Sharp or one of the
      Lewis Jones
      Mar 30
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      Roud indexes: Latest version online

      The latest version of my indexes (version 105), which was made available for home users a few weeks ago, is now available online at the VWML website, as usual
      steveroud
      Mar 30
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