Peter Kennedy Collection

George Le Moigne, Mrs Le Moigne, John Gallienne, Guerney 1957. Channel Islands tape 8

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Andrew PaceIs this John Gallienne?
Posted by Andrew Pace on 04/03/2013

Andrew PaceMrs Moigne tells Kennedy how it is the wrong time of year to be asking people to sing.
Posted by Andrew Pace on 04/03/2013

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  • Type

    sound

  • Duration

    Unknown

  • Shelf mark

    C604/754

  • Recording date

    1957-05-06

  • Is part of (Collection)

    Peter Kennedy Collection

  • Recording locations

    Perelle, Guernsey, Channel Islands

  • Performers

    Gallienne, John (spoken, male), Le Moigne, George (singer, male), Le Moigne, Mrs. (spoken, female)

  • Recordist

    Kennedy, Peter

  • Description

    [*Peter Kennedy's notes transcribed verbatim from the original tape box*] KLO 27721. 0744. 6.5.57. George Le Moigne (cont) Perell, Guernsey.- X. Pavvier Soldats (learnt from father, Pleinmont). Revenant de Guerre. Story following.- Key of E. J'ai Encore un Petit Voyage a Faire (story bef!).- C. Key of Eb. Vingt cinq du Mois d'Octobre.- John Gallienne. Torteval. Talk. Je vai' t'a mon pere.- Mrs Le Moigne tells how wrong time of year for recording folk songs. Good for programme.

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[13:12]

Is this John Gallienne?

Posted by Andrew Pace, British Library on 04/03/2013 21:42:00

[12:16]

Mrs Moigne tells Kennedy how it is the wrong time of year to be asking people to sing.

Posted by Andrew Pace, British Library on 04/03/2013 21:40:00

Part of Peter Kennedy's 1957 collecting trip to the Channel Islands. George le Moigne talks about his songs in English, and sings some in French.

Posted by Andrew Pace, British Library on 04/03/2013 21:38:00