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Published by Oxford University Press in [London] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Folk songs, English.,
  • Ballads, English.,
  • Folk songs -- Newfoundland

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementcollected and edited by Maud Karpeles. With pianoforte accompaniments by R. Vaughan Williams, Clive Carey, Hubert J. Foss, and Michael Mullinar.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsM1678 K18 F6
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. (v, 2-144 p.)
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14776145M

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Traditional Folk Songs of Newfoundland and Labrador – Piano Fake Book. The extensive list of songs in this edition will have your audience tapping, dancing, and singing along to these irresistible tunes that have delighted Newfoundlanders and Labradorians for decades and centuries. The selections in each resource have been organized in such a way that the . "Ode to Newfoundland" - Words by Cavendish Boyle, music by Hubert Parry "Out from St. Leonard's" - Gary O'Driscoll "Pat Murphy's Meadow" - John V. Devine "Petty Harbour Bait Skiff" - John Grace "The Liquor Continues to Flow" - performed by Susan Lawrence/written by Gus Burton "Recruiting Sergeant" - Great Big Sea. Between and , under the influence of anthropologist Marius Barbeau, Kenneth Howard Peacock (), a classically trained musician and composer from Ontario, visited Newfoundland six times on behalf of the National Museum of Canada to collect folksongs, later producing a three-volume work, Songs of the Newfoundland Outports ().Cited by: 2. SHORT STORY TIME. Newfoundland's musical culture means a lot to me. Believe it or not, it was where my career as a music therapist mom took a business trip to St. John's years ago - when I was about 6 - and met a music therapist, who was performing with Spirit of Newfoundland at the time. In high school (or maybe even before), mom told me about the .