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I Know Where IM Going - Lois Marshall - British Folk Songs (Vinyl, LP, Album)

07.09.2019
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  1. Jun 19,  · Here is Lois Marshall singing three gorgeous songs: 1. "An Eriskay Love Lilt" (arr. Kennedy-Fraser) 2. "Bonnie Earl o' Moray" (arr. Britten) 3. .
  2. The full sheet music score with letter notes plus the ukulele chords are included for I Know Where I'm Going. This is an old traditional Irish song that has been recorded by Maureen Hegarty who also recorded the Tipperary banner song Slievenamon, Laura Wright, Julie Andrews and Kathleen Ferrier.I have included three versions of the guitar chords including the version of The Weavers in the.
  3. The lyrics were, as you say, written in England in the 's by John Newton; the melody is of unknown origins, first collected in Ohio in the 's (the collectors described it as an amalgamation of two other folk songs, but neither has been successfully traced); the composition as a whole was first published in Pennsylvania in the 's.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I Know Where I'm Going on Discogs. Label: Nor-vel Music - NVS / • Format: Vinyl LP, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk, Gospel.
  5. Paul Gwynne Phillips performs traditional songs from the British Isles which he learned mostly from hearing them sung in pubs or by acquaintances. Phillips explains that "Bold English Navvy" was given to him by the proprietor’s brother of the "The Whole in the Wall" pub but that he "didn’t put in all the.
  6. I Know Where I'm Going! is a romance film by the British-based filmmakers Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. The film's other music is traditional Scottish and Irish songs and original music by Allan Gray. Locations On the Isle I know where I'm going!. London: British Film Institute.
  7. British Folk-Rock was heavily inspired by its American counterpart, but it still retained a distinctly British flavor. Such trailblazers as Fairport Convention clearly drew inspiration from the Byrds and Bob Dylan, but they incorporated elements of traditional British folk, as well as English themes that gave the music its unique character.
  8. A list of all time songs lyrics from the Folk style. Find the perfect Folk tracks from the world's best artists.
  9. I Know Where I’m Going was first published in in Irish Country Songs, collated by Herbert Hughes. Hughes first heard the song in Co Antrim. It’s unclear so listeners can fill in the gaps in whatever way appeals to them. This helps to give the song a more universal appeal.

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