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An Entertainment Of Poetry And Music - Barrow Poets, The - plp1072

£17.99

Product description

Track recordings

side 1
1 Ploughing On Sunday
Written By – Wallace Stevens

2 Pigtown Reel
Written By – American Traditional*

3a Oh See How Thick The Goldcup Flowers
Written By – A.E.Housman

3b Flowers

4 Tru To Poll
Written By – Sir Francis Bernand

5 Rigadon
Written By – Rameau

6 Ach, I Dunno
Written By – Percy French

7 Kind Are Her Answers
Written By – Thomas Campion

8 Slice Of Wedding Cake
Written By – Robert Graves

9 Nora Criona
Written By – James Stephens

9 Irish Jig
Written By – Traditional

10 Off The Ground
Written By – Walter De La Mare

11 Evening Prayer
Written By – Traditional

12 Helen Of Kirkconnell
Written By – Anon*

13 John Kinsella’s Lament For Mrs. Mary Moore
Written By – W. B. Yeats

14 Po’ Boy
Written By – Anon*

15 Spinning Song
Written By – Traditional

16 Request
Written By – J. Hughes

17 How They Brought The Good News From Aix To Ghent
Written By – Sellars & Yeatman

side 2

18 Wha’ Lies Here?
Written By – Anon*

19 104th Chorus
Written By – Jack Kerouac

20 The Frog
Written By – Anon. French Canadian*

21 Laëndler
Written By – Mozart

22 Blow Me Eyes!
Written By – Wallace Irwin

23 Lines From 'Betsy Lee'
Written By – T.E. Brown

24 When I Was One And Twenty
Written By – A. E. Housman

25 Linden Lea
Written By – William Barnes

26 Fair Are The Flowers In The Valley
Written By – Traditional

27 Extract From The Song Of Solomon
Written By – Authorized Version*

28 Day Of These Days
Written By – Laurie Lee

29 Dirge Of Cymbeline
Written By – Shakespeare

30 Air
Written By – Purcell

31 Lessons Of War Part II: Judging Distances
Written By – Henry Reed

32 Kissed Yestreen
Written By – Anon*

33 Extract From ‘Don Juan’
Written By – Byron

34 Allegro
Written By – Mozart

35 I Do, I Will, I Have
Written By – Ogden Nash

36 Northumbrian Duet
Written By – Wilfred Gibson


Item details

Band/artist(s):
Barrow Poets, The
Catalogue number:
plp1072
Condition:
Excellent
Genre:
Folk
Label:
argo
Sleeve condition:
Excellent
Tracks:
37

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About this item

Track recordings

side 1
1 Ploughing On Sunday
Written By – Wallace Stevens

2 Pigtown Reel
Written By – American Traditional*

3a Oh See How Thick The Goldcup Flowers
Written By – A.E.Housman

3b Flowers

4 Tru To Poll
Written By – Sir Francis Bernand

5 Rigadon
Written By – Rameau

6 Ach, I Dunno
Written By – Percy French

7 Kind Are Her Answers
Written By – Thomas Campion

8 Slice Of Wedding Cake
Written By – Robert Graves

9 Nora Criona
Written By – James Stephens

9 Irish Jig
Written By – Traditional

10 Off The Ground
Written By – Walter De La Mare

11 Evening Prayer
Written By – Traditional

12 Helen Of Kirkconnell
Written By – Anon*

13 John Kinsella’s Lament For Mrs. Mary Moore
Written By – W. B. Yeats

14 Po’ Boy
Written By – Anon*

15 Spinning Song
Written By – Traditional

16 Request
Written By – J. Hughes

17 How They Brought The Good News From Aix To Ghent
Written By – Sellars & Yeatman

side 2

18 Wha’ Lies Here?
Written By – Anon*

19 104th Chorus
Written By – Jack Kerouac

20 The Frog
Written By – Anon. French Canadian*

21 Laëndler
Written By – Mozart

22 Blow Me Eyes!
Written By – Wallace Irwin

23 Lines From 'Betsy Lee'
Written By – T.E. Brown

24 When I Was One And Twenty
Written By – A. E. Housman

25 Linden Lea
Written By – William Barnes

26 Fair Are The Flowers In The Valley
Written By – Traditional

27 Extract From The Song Of Solomon
Written By – Authorized Version*

28 Day Of These Days
Written By – Laurie Lee

29 Dirge Of Cymbeline
Written By – Shakespeare

30 Air
Written By – Purcell

31 Lessons Of War Part II: Judging Distances
Written By – Henry Reed

32 Kissed Yestreen
Written By – Anon*

33 Extract From ‘Don Juan’
Written By – Byron

34 Allegro
Written By – Mozart

35 I Do, I Will, I Have
Written By – Ogden Nash

36 Northumbrian Duet
Written By – Wilfred Gibson


Band/artist(s):
Barrow Poets, The
Catalogue number:
plp1072
Condition:
Excellent
Genre:
Folk
Label:
argo
Sleeve condition:
Excellent
Tracks:
37

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