Traditional music in England
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1CDR0009324 (copy of C1009/3)
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Steve Gardham Collection
Esk Valley, North Yorkshire, England, UK
Breckon, Jack (singer, male)
Item notes: Fragment. Text: "She's my sweetheart, I'm her boy, she's my honey and I'm her joy, soon we'll marry never to part, for little Annie Laury, she's my sweetheart". Different song to the "Annie Laurie" that is in the Roud Folk Song Index as No. 8179. Followed by general conversation about the harvest and a joke. Performer notes: Traditional singer from the Esk Valley, near Grosmont, North Yorkshire. Age about seventy at the time of the recordings. Made walking sticks from holly. Cousin of Wilf Noble of the Goathland Plough Stots. Recording notes: Recording one generation from original
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