PLAY ALL. Virginia Traditions: Ballads From British Tradition. Released by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, Blue Ridge Institute May 2015 19 Tracks.
Virginia Traditions: Ballads from British Tradition, 2015. Wild Hog in the Woods, 02:29. House Carpenter, 02:37.
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Album · 1996 · 19 Songs. The Doc Watson Family.
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The folk music of England is tradition-based music, which has existed since the later medieval period. It is often contrasted with courtly, classical and later commercial music. Folk music has been preserved and transmitted orally, through print and later through recordings. The term is used to refer to English traditional music and music composed, or delivered, in a traditional style.
British culture, customs and traditions vary from the weird to the wonderful, from the traditional to the popular, and from the simple to the grand. The formation of the ideas, celebrations and notions that comprise today’s quintessential British lifestyle started centuries ago, giving importance and meaning to the people’s existence. Read on and realize that there is more to Britain than plaid kilts, The Beatles and fish and chips. You can also read on a sample UK itinerary guide for 2 weeks or the British Isles cruise that I wrote to see and explore the UK. Here’s the list of some of the greatest British culture, traditions and celebrations in the UK. British Culture: List of the Great Traditions and Celebrations in the UK Contents. 1. Cheese Rolling.
From Virginia Traditions: Ballads from British Tradition. Track 9: The Devil’s Nine Questions – Texas Gladden Texas Gladden has a voice I don’t always want to put on and listen to. She was born into a musical family in Saltville, Virginia, in Smith and Washington Counties. The claps from the audience and the laughter when Ralph forgets the words are great moments, and it’s a nice variation to have some live material on the album. This era of the Stanleys is unbeatable, and the lineup they had at the time left them at the top of their game. This show was recorded by Mike Seeger at Silver Creek Ranch outside of Manassas, Virginia, in 1956. From Virginia Traditions: Western Piedmont Blues. Track 2: Penitentiary Blues – John Tinsley This disc might not have the best music of the series, but it does have the best photos. That being said, there are some really good.
|A1||–Polly Johnson||Old Ireland|
|A2||–Polly Johnson||The Three Maids|
|A3||–Joe Hubbard||The Farmer's Curst Wife|
|A4||–S.F. "Sam" Russell||As I Walked Over London's Bridge|
|A5||–Ruby Bowman Plemmons||Little Massie Grove|
|A6||–Eunice Yeattes McAlexander||Wild Hog In The Woods|
|A7||–Dan Tate||Barbara Allen|
|A8||–Dan Tate||Wind And Rain|
|A9||–Texas Gladden||The Devil's Nine Questions|
|A10||–Texas Gladden||The Bad Girl|
|B1||–Horton Barker||The Turkish Rebelee|
|B2||–Dorothy Rorick||The House Carpenter|
|B3||–Dock Boggs||Oh Death|
|B4||–Spencer Moore||The Three Babes|
|B5||–Kate Peters Sturgill||Queen Sally|
|B6||–Robert Russell||Froggie Went A-Courtin'|
|B7||–Ernest V. Stoneman And His Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers||The Ragging Sea, How It Roars|
|B8||–The Stanley Brothers And The Clinch Mountain Boys||The Jealous Lover|
|B9||–Kelly Harrell||The Butcher's Boy|
|CD 1002||Various||Virginia Traditions - Ballads From The British Tradition (CD)||Global Village Music||CD 1002||US||1997|