Peter Kennedy Collection

Harry List, Framlingham, Suffolk 1955

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  • Is part of (Collection)

    Peter Kennedy Collection

  • Recording locations

    Suffolk, England

  • Performers

    List, Harry (singer, male)

  • Recordist

    Kennedy, Peter

  • Description

    'The Light Dragoon; The Knife in the Window (If Maidens were Sheep); The Knife in the Window (another version); Barbara Allen; The House of Ill Fame (with description); The Sailor Boy (Died for Love); Was of a Young Couple in Scarborough Did Dwell; Adam was a Ploughman; The Loss of the Ramillies; The Cobbler (The Butcher's wife); The Foggy Dew; Army Song.'. Harry List. Male and female solo songs. Song 6 has a melodeon accompaniment. Harry List (Uncle of Alec Bloomfield) Swefflingham, Suffolk: 1. The Light Dragoon [0'10"].- 2. The Knife in the Window (If Maidens were Sheep) [1'56"].- 3. Alec Broomfield: The Knife in the Window (another version) [4'41"].- 4. Harry List: Barbara Allen [6'14"].- 5. Miss Annie Howard (of Thorpeness), Leiston, Suffolk: The House of Ill Fame (with description) [8'54"].- 6. The Sailor Boy (Died for Love) accomp. Mr Howard (Melodeon) (with description) [11'30"].// "Velvet" William Brightwell (91) (Leighton): 7. Was of a Young Couple in Scarborough Did Dwell [12'46"].- 8. Adam was a Ploughman [16'30"].- 9. The Loss of the Ramillies [18'50"].- 10. Alec Broomfield: The Cobbler (The Butcher's wife) [21'31"].- 11. The Foggy Dew [24'42"].- 12. Jumbo Brightwell, (Eels Foot, East Bridge): Army Song [27'57"].

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