Nick & Mally Dow English Folk Music Collection

Blind Irish girl

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    English folk songs and music (Dorset)

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    Nick and Mally Dow Collection

  • Recording locations

    Beaminster, Dorset, England, UK

  • Performers

    House, Bill, 1900- (singer, male), House, Norman, 1929- (singer, male)

  • Recordist

    House, Norman

  • Description

    Item notes: First line: 'Twas in my native home Liscarrol, where lives a colleen who is blind'. Performer notes: Father and son. Performance notes: Duet

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Blind Irish girl

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