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Sharon Collen


The Travelling People And Other Irish Folk Ballads


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Sharon Collen - The Travelling People And Other Irish Folk Ballads album download


A1 The Travelling People
A2 Is It True That Women Are Worse Than Men
A3 A Handsome Lad Is Paudeen
A4 The Dark-Eyed Gypsy
A5 Katie Cruel
A6 Come Sit With Me Awhile
A7 Air-Falalalo
B1 Ten Thousand Miles
B2 Love And Porter
B3 As I Roved Out
B4 The Croppy Boy
B5 Maid Of Ballydo
B6 The Beggarman
B7 The Butcher Boy
B8 Donal Og

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  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – His Master's Voice


E.M.I. Records ( The Gramophone Company Ltd )
Hayes, Middlesex, England
Made And Published In England.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped): 2XEL 17-1 R 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped): 2XEL 18-1 A 1

Folk-songs were heard everywhere. Songs were made up for every occasion. There were harvest songs, mowing songs, spinning and weaving songs, etc. The best of folk poetry were the ballads. A ballad is a short narrative in verse with the refrain following each stanza. The refrain was always one and the same. Ballads were often accompanied by musical instruments and dancing. They became the most popular form of amusement. Some ballads could be performed by several people because they consisted of dialogues. There were various kinds of ballads: historical, legendary, fantastical, lyrical and humorous. The ballads passed from generation to generation through the centuries - that's why there are several versions of the same ballads. So about 305 ballads have more than a thousand versions. The most popular ballads were those about Robin Hood.

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This Irish folk songs list includes all the rousing classics, and some mournful ballads as well. When it comes to well-known Irish traditional folk music, the song Whiskey in the Jar is perhaps the most popular of all. This song is about an Irish bandit who is betrayed by the woman he loves. Other famous Irish folk songs include Danny Boy, The Gypsy Rover, Rocky Road to Dublin, and The Fields of Athenry – a folk ballad about an Irishman forced to leave for Australia after stealing food to feed his starving family during the Great Irish Famine of the mid 1800s. Go to any pub or sporting event in Ireland and you’ll likely hear this song.

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