Song Shepherd

RIMG0024.jpgAll the songs I collected and some I did not, together with street rhymes, tunes, tales and monologues are here.  Thankyou to the few who write comments, ask questions, express approval, and to the many who just happen quietly by. I like hearing from you so if you want to get in touch please click on comments.

I had a pleasant and busy year’s break; now it’s March 2019, and the songs and music continue for your pleasure. This time they’re from the collections made in the early 20th century by Broadwood, Sharp, Hammond, Gardiner, Butterworth and several others in the Vaughan Williams library at Cecil Sharp House, together with songs from books on my own shelves.

2 Comments on “Song Shepherd

  1. I’ve not ‘clicked’ in as often as I’ve meant to, but this beautiful labour of love has been a spot to treasure, for your knowledge and affection for the music, words and history, as well as for your own playing and singing. Thank you. At least we personally have so many of your recordings on CD, (although without the accompanying pictures, and only sometimes with the explanatory narrative!)
    Sing on Ken, in that very true voice of yours.

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