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William Kimber - William Kimber - 1001

£12.99

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Very rare 12" vinyl mono recording of William Kimber playing English folk music on the concertina and talking about the music. Recorded and edited by Peter Kennedy, November 14th, 1956 and first released by the English Folk Dance and Song Society in 1963. Inside sleeve is a 13 page typed booklet of biographical notes by Revd Kenneth Loveless FSA.

This record is in very good condition - no scratches seen.
One edge of the sleeve has come unstuck.

Tracklist
A1a "Morris On"
A1b Talk About First Meeting With Cecil Sharp
A1c Morris Dances: Bean Setting; Constant Billy
A2a Talk About Lectures In London
A2b Morris Dances: Jockey To The Fair; Shepherd's Hey; Bacca Pipes
A3a Talking To Maud Karpeles About Teaching Morris Dancing
Speech – Maud Karpeles
A3b Morris Dances: Rodney; Hunting The Squirrel; Rigs O' Marlow
A4a Talk About Morris Dancing By Women
A4b Morris Dances: Old Mother Oxford; Laudnum Bunches; Trunkles

B1a Ribbon Dance
B1b May Garland Song
B1c The May Horn Or Peeling Horn
B1d Morris Dances: The Willow Tree; The Old Woman Tossed Up In A Blanket
B2a The Fool's Dance (Bampton)
B2b Mummers' Play [extracts]
B2c Four-Hand Reel
B3 Country Dances: Step And Fetch Her / Pop Goes The Weasel / Over The Hills To Glory / Double Lead Through / The Quaker's Wife / Bonnets So Blue / Hilly-Go, Filly-Go / Schottische
B4 Morris Dances: Country Gardens / Blue-Eyed Stranger / Double Set Back / Haste To The Wedding / Twenty-Ninth Of May / Getting Upstairs / Morris Off

Item details

Band/artist(s):
William Kimber
Catalogue number:
1001
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Folk
Label:
EFDSS Records
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
18

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Very rare 12" vinyl mono recording of William Kimber playing English folk music on the concertina and talking about the music. Recorded and edited by Peter Kennedy, November 14th, 1956 and first released by the English Folk Dance and Song Society in 1963. Inside sleeve is a 13 page typed booklet of biographical notes by Revd Kenneth Loveless FSA.

This record is in very good condition - no scratches seen.
One edge of the sleeve has come unstuck.

Tracklist
A1a "Morris On"
A1b Talk About First Meeting With Cecil Sharp
A1c Morris Dances: Bean Setting; Constant Billy
A2a Talk About Lectures In London
A2b Morris Dances: Jockey To The Fair; Shepherd's Hey; Bacca Pipes
A3a Talking To Maud Karpeles About Teaching Morris Dancing
Speech – Maud Karpeles
A3b Morris Dances: Rodney; Hunting The Squirrel; Rigs O' Marlow
A4a Talk About Morris Dancing By Women
A4b Morris Dances: Old Mother Oxford; Laudnum Bunches; Trunkles

B1a Ribbon Dance
B1b May Garland Song
B1c The May Horn Or Peeling Horn
B1d Morris Dances: The Willow Tree; The Old Woman Tossed Up In A Blanket
B2a The Fool's Dance (Bampton)
B2b Mummers' Play [extracts]
B2c Four-Hand Reel
B3 Country Dances: Step And Fetch Her / Pop Goes The Weasel / Over The Hills To Glory / Double Lead Through / The Quaker's Wife / Bonnets So Blue / Hilly-Go, Filly-Go / Schottische
B4 Morris Dances: Country Gardens / Blue-Eyed Stranger / Double Set Back / Haste To The Wedding / Twenty-Ninth Of May / Getting Upstairs / Morris Off

Band/artist(s):
William Kimber
Catalogue number:
1001
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Folk
Label:
EFDSS Records
Sleeve condition:
Very good
Tracks:
18

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