Collected by Cecil Sharp in the Appalachian Mountains sometime around 1916. From the album Long Looked For (menu 1).
Louise Antell, wrote Harbour Of Days Gone By in 1967 or 8. It was her only song and she sang it only once. By 2008 she had become a successful author named Louise Cooper and had forgotten all about it, but I hadn’t and asked if I might record…
From the album Harbour Of Days (menu 1).
One of my favourite traditional songs, and Joanna Troughton’s perfect illustrations. Click on the first group picture and arrow through as the song tells the story.
The illustration is by Craig Fisher, the song is from the album Harbour Of Days (menu 1).
I’d forgotten, until yesterday, about this 2013 recording and how sweet my Amalio Burguet maple classical guitar sounded.
The painting is by George Elgar Hicks 1879. The song is from the album Harbour Of Days.