The Outlandish Knight

This version of The Outlandish Knight is one of many collected by Cecil Sharp. Outlandish originally meant from a different part of the country or foreign parts. The first superb illustration is May Colvin by Arthur Rackham, from ‘Some British Ballads’  by Professor F C Child, 1919. The second is Enid and Geraint by Rowland Wheelwright, 1907.

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