Come all ye bold miners ballads and songs of the coalfields

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Published by Lawrence and Wishart in London .

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  • Ballads, English.,
  • Folk songs.,
  • Coal miners--England.

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Statementcompiled by A.L. Lloyd.
ContributionsLloyd, A. L. 1908-
The Physical Object
Pagination144p. :
Number of Pages144
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Open LibraryOL18986860M

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Lloyd, A. (Albert Lancaster), b. Includes music of several songs. Book. English. New, revised and enlarged ed. Published London: Lawrence and Wishart, Home; All editions; Come all ye bold miners: ballads and songs of the coalfields / compiled by A.L.

Lloyd Lloyd, A. (Albert Lancaster), A.L. Lloyd (compiler), Come All Ye Bold Miners Ballads & Songs of the Coalfields Lawrence & Wishart Ltd., London,revised and enlarged edition Come All Ye Bold Miners: Ballads and Songs of the Coalfields by A L Lloyd and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Buy Come all ye bold miners: Ballads and songs of the coalfields by Lloyd, A.

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Author: A. L Lloyd. Come All Ye Bold Miners, on Saturday 17 October, features Dick Gaughan, the Wilsons, Durham Miners' Association Brass Band, Benny Graham, Bob Davenport, Taffy Thomas, Pete Wood, plus special guests Bert Draycott and Johnny Handle, whose songs were collected for the edition of the book.

Genre/Form: Songs and music Poetry Texts: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lloyd, A.L. (Albert Lancaster), Come all ye bold miners. Come All You Coal Miners Bela Fleck Abigail Washburn Echo In The Valley ℗ Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn., Under exclusive license to Rounder Records, a division of Concord Music.

Susannes Folksong-Notizen [] The words are by J. Geoghegan, a Durham miner, and date back about ninety years. It was one of the songs collected by A. Lloyd during his "expedition" that led to the monumental Come all ye bold miners book "Come all ye bold miners" (Lawrence & Wishart).

Genre/Form: Songs and music Poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Come all ye bold miners. London: Lawrence and Wishart, (OCoLC) Buy Come All Ye Bold Miners, Oxfam, Music films video games, Music Cookies on oxfam We Come all ye bold miners book cookies to ensure that you have the best experience on our website.

The Blackleg Miner is printed in A.L. Lloyd's book Come All Ye Bold Miners: Ballads & Songs of the Coalfields (). Lloyd commented in the revised version: As sung by W. Sampey, of Bishop Auckland, Co. Durham,18 November. Lloyd, Come All Ye Bold Miners (1st edn.) pp, Performer Ford, Mr.

Place England: Yorkshire: Sheffield Collector MacColl, Ewan Date collected Format Printed: Book Src Contents Text; Music Show all fields Performer characteristics Male Topics Author / Composer Named Tune Notes. Add notes Printer / Publisher Printer ID Repository. A "come-all-ye" could be to members of a dangerous profession--"Come all ye bold sailors," or miners, or firemen, or soldiers--and was then usually a sympathetic story of the trails common to that walk of life.

The given lyrics are from Song Book, edited by Thomas Armstrong, published in The tune was collected by A. Lloyd from R Sewell in Newcastle and published in his book Come All Ye Bold Miners by Lawrence and Wishart.

[Search for in the current indexes] Other nums Source Lloyd, Come All Ye Bold Miners (1st edn.) pp Performer Place Collector Date collected Format Printed: Book Src Contents Text Show all fields Performer characteristics Topics Author / Composer Written by George Ridley () Named Tune Notes.

Add notes Printer. 4 Geoff Berner's "Come All Ye Bold Canadians (Song of the War of )" lyrics History [ edit ] It is believed that "The Bold Canadian" was written by a private from the Third York Militia's First Flank Company named Cornelius Flummerfelt, who wrote the lines while marching in the Detroit campaign, or on the way back to York, Upper Canada.

Oh come all ye bold geographers and listen To me lay It's about a little country that is many miles away Not about old donny brook or flowers in county down But a foreign place contagious to old pharaohs Native town Where the barns of joseph rise convenient to the Nile Old pharaoh's daughter went out to bathe in style.

A video set to "Come All Ye Coal Miners" by Sarah Ogan Gunning. I use this video and song to illustrate why communism was appealing to laborers in the late teens and early twenties: the era of the.

I've been looking for Welsh mining-songs (in English) for quite some time and can't seem to find any apart from 'The Bells of Rhymney'. I have an very tattered copy of Come All Ye Bold Miners: Ballads and Songs of the Coalfields by A. Lloyd, published in I'll have to see if I can get a copy of the A.L Lloyd book through the.

Words by the Gateshead comedian, Rowland Harrison, in from Allans Tyneside Songs. Like many of the songs in Come All Ye Bold Miners, this had no tune supplied. However, in this case we were unable to find the associated tune from any other source, and found it necessary to supply our own.

Come All Ye Bold Miners, revised and enlarged, victoria's inferno, Jon Raven Songs Of Struggle And Protest, ed. John McDonnell Songs the People. Selections from the Sam Henry Collection, ed.

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Moore-Gilbert, B. and Seed, J. (London) Harker, D. Unlike many pit-disaster ballads which take the form of the Irish "come all ye" songs, The Blantyre Explosion' is in the tradition of the South-West Scottish Elegy. The version sung here was collected in and first appeared in A.

L, Lloyd's 'Come all ye Bold Miners. The song, The Colliers' Rant, is probably as old as mining itself in the North-east; it is known to have been sung well before the industrial revolution got into full swing. In A. Lloyd's compilation of mining songs, Come All Ye Bold Miners (published ), the vast majority of the material came from the Northumberland and Durham coalfield.

The earliest printed version is in A.L. Lloyd's book "Come All Ye Bold Miners" There are several websites that suggest it originated inbut no evidence is given. I can believe that that the word "blackleg" originates in Ogg (talk)21 February (UTC). ‘Come all ye Bold Miners’. FOURPENCE A DAY Still current in North-East Yorkshire, this song is attributed to Thomas Raine, lead-miner and bard of Teesdale.

The washing rakes, where the lead bearing rocks were separated from the clay and gravel, were usually operated by young boys or old disabled miners.

The mine owners are said to have become. Subject: RE: Coal Mining Songs From: Dave Hanson Date: 16 Jan 10 - PM See if you can find ' Songs of Toil,' edited by Karl Dallas, a whole section on mining songs and A L Lloyds ' Come All Ye Bold Miners ' a book of mining songs, both all British.

L'examen de l'édition révisée de de Come All Ye Bold Miners et d'autres recueils de chansons nous conduit à dresser le même constat. A look at the revised edition of Come All Ye Bold Miners and other songbooks and broadsides leads us to. The woman tells the owner she has come from Hell.

They are turning out the poor to make room for "the rich wicked race." She tells him to treat his workers well AUTHOR: William Hornsby. EARLIEST DATE: (Lloyd, "Come All Ye Bold Miners") KEYWORDS: dialog worker warning Hell FOUND IN: Britain(England) REFERENCES (2 citations).

Unlike many pit-disaster ballads which take the form of Irish 'come ye all' songs, The Blantyre Explosion is in the tradition of the South-West Scottish Elegy. The version sung here was collected in and first appeared in A.L.

Lloyd's 'Come all ye bold Miners. Inhe published his first collection of folk songs and ballads, Come All Ye Bold Miners, but continued to be deeply involved in radio as well, including the series Ballads and Blues, which included performances by Big Bill Broonzy, Alan Lomax, Jean Ritchie, and Ewan MacColl, and eventually to a longterm partnership with MacColl.

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THE BLANTYRE EXPLOSION From Lloyd's "Come all ye bold mIners" and the WMA's "Coaldust Ballads". FITBA' CRAZY From the singing of William Miller. THE DAY WE WENT TO ROTHESAY From the singing of William Miller. JOHNNIE LAD From the singing of William Miller. Textual transcriptions and notes of nine songs from the Gold Rush era in California in the mids.

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