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Subject: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Jon Freeman
Date: 16 Jun 14 - 12:08 PM

Here's an attempt at a contents page for the Singing Together songs on the folkinfo archive at Joe Offer's website.

Links in bold are to songs taken from the pamphlet. Other links are to the song from another source (which may be a different Singing Together pamphlet).

Summer 1951
Afton Water
Ash Grove, The
Ca' Hawkie
Carrion Crow
Evening Song
Farewell, Manchester!
Farmyard, The
Fire Down Below
Frère Jacques
Gossip Joan
Isle of Dreams
Minstrel Boy, The
Mocking Bird, The
This Old Man
Wee Cooper Of Fife, The

Autumn 1957
A Merry Christmas
Andulko The Goosegirl
Captain Morgan's March
Child In The Manger
Gold Band, The
Green Grow The Leaves
He Is Born
Miller's Flowers, The
O No John
Scraping Up Sand In The Bottom Of The Sea
The Minstrel Boy
Whence Is That Goodly Fragrance Flowing

Autumn 1958
Christ Was Born On Christmas Day
Clear the Track
Eileen Aroon
Holahi
I saw a maiden
One more Ribber
To The Moon

Autumn 1960
A-Roving
Banks of Sacramento
Fill the Cup
Masters In The Hall
Merrily To Bethlehem
Nos Galan [Winter]
O Christmas Tree [Pine Tree, The]
Oh, I love a Maiden Fair
Old Zip Coon
One Man Went To Mow
Song Of Farewell

Spring 1961
Darby Kelly
Faithful Johnny
Greenland Fishery
Kate
Li'l Liza Jane
Men of Harlech
Mowing the Barley
Poaching Song
Welcome To Spring

Summer 1961
Flowers In The Valley
I'se the B'y That Builds the Boat
Linden Lea
Michael Finnigin
Morning is Come
St Athan
Uist Tramping Song

Autumn 1965
Ash Grove, The
Infant Lowly
Jesus, Jesus, Rest your Head
Keeper, The
No Sir No [O No John]
Ould John Braddlum
Sally Brown
Sussex Carol [On Christmas Night]
To The Moon
We Wish You A Merry Christmas
Will Ye No Come Back Again

Autumn 1966
Christmas Day in the Morning
Derby Ram, The
Farmyard, The
Guy Fawkes, Drum March for
Heavenly Child, The
High Germany
Hope the Hermit
In Nightly Stillness
Joseph and the Angel
Little Red Wagon, The
Poverty
There's nae luck aboot the hoose

Spring 1967
Ho-li-ha
In Good King Arthur's Time [King Arthur's Servants]
Jim Along Josie
Jolly Carter, The
Keys of Canterbury
Lilliburlero
Lisa Lan
Old Farmer Buck
Queen Mary
Twankidillo

Summer 1967
Big Rock Candy Mountain
Casey Jones
Coast of High Barbaree
Come o'er the stream Charlie
Ladybird, The
My Billy Boy
My Bonny Cuckoo
Old Mister Noah
Pearly Adriatic, The

Spring 1968
Botany Bay
Greensleeves
Hieland Laddie
Keel Row, The
Li'l Liza Jane
Men Of Harlech
Mowing The Barley
My Own Pretty Boy
Riddles
Sacramento

Summer 1968
Bells of Aberdovey
Darby Kelly
Dashing White Sergeant, The
Flowers In The Valley
Leave her Johnny
Lonely and far away
Marianina

Autumn 1968
Boney
Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella
Elsie Marley
Es wird schon gleich dunkel [Tyrolean Cradle Song]
Football Crazy
Hungarian Carol
Johnny Todd
Kelvin Grove
Little Bull
On this day

Spring 1969
Black Sir Harry
Blow the Man Down
Evening Music
Green Grow the Leaves
Janko, Janko, Better Beware!
King Artuhur's Servants
Mallow Fling
Marlborough's Gone to War, Sir
Skye Boat Song

Autumn 1969
All Through the Night
Charlie is m' Darling
Flight of the Earls
Hear The Glad Tidings
Noel
Oh, ru-ru-ru
Quaker's Wife, The
Rejoice and Be Merry
Wander

Spring 1970
Andulko
Bonnie Dundee
Cavalry Of The Steppes
Happiness
Jennie Jenkins
Llangollen Market
Mango Walk
Stranger in Cork, A
Tree in the Wood, The

Summer 1970
At Last Unto The Mountains
Dance to your Daddy
Garden where the Praties Grow, The
Linstead Market
Nature Carol
The Cuckoo
Yellow Sheepskin, The

Autumn 1970
Aiken Drum
Flower of Killarney, The
Four in a Boat
Huron Carol, The
Old Man of the Woods, The
See Amid the Winter's Snow
Sing Aloud on the Day [Child's Carol, The]
This Old Man
Twankydillo
Twelve Days of Christmas, The

Summer 1971
Donkey Riding
Linden Lea
Meadowlands, The
Morrismen, The
One Man Went To Mow
Top of the Morning, The
Tramping Song

Autumn 1971
Come And Sing Together
Farewell to Fiunary
Land of the Silver Birch
Lullaby For Baby Jesus
Mary Had A Baby
Ould John Braddlum
Praties They Grow Small,The
The Linden Tree Carol
The Zither Carol
Three Pirates, The
Y Gelynnen [Holly Tree, The]

Spring 1972
Avenging and Bright
Drummer and the Cook, The
Glenlogie
Gypsy Davey
Llantwit Major
Lucerne To Weggis
Maranoa Lullaby
Rain Song, The
Robin Hood
Spring Song
Stenka Razin

Autumn 1972
Deck The Halls
Fum, Fum, Fum
I have four sisters
Keeper, The
Lulajze Jezuniu
Rise up Shepherd
Sugar Candy [Coulter's Candy]
Tuneful Guitar, The
Who will you give me to sail away?

Spring 1973
An Austrian Lander
Eriskay Love Lilt
Far In The Forest
Heron from Brecon, The
In A Gondala
Mountain Dancer
O Rare Turpin
Song Of The Western Man
The Gypsy Rover
Tortilla Vendor
Vreneli

Autumn 1973
All Bethleham's A-blazing
Gabriel's Message
Hey Ho, The Morning Dew
O Sleep My Pretty Baby
Once I Went A Walking
Piper Of Dundee, The
Song Of A Country Girl
The Kopak
Up! Good Christen Folk
Windy Old Weather

Spring 1974
Cuckoo, The
Derby Ram, The
Joy's Of Springtime
Leprehaun, The
Li'l Liza Jane
Lincolnshire Poacher The
Running Song
Simple Gifts
Strike the Bell!
Tinker's Wedding, The
Tum Balalyka

Summer 1974
Fisherman, The
Hunting The Hare
Jamaica Farewell
Mermaid, The
Out In The Meadow
Star of County Down, The
Westering Home

Autumn 1974
Carnal And The Crane, The
Cherry Tree Carol, The
Excelsis Gloria!
Handsome Butcher, The
Molly Malone [Cockles and Mussels]
Mountain Duel
Old Man Who Lived In The Wood, The
Some Folks Do
Wark o' the Weavers, The

Spring 1975
Bound For South Australia
Kalinka
Migildi magildi
O, Waly, Waly
Patrick on the Railroad [Paddy on the Railway]
Polly Oliver
Riddle Song, The
Road to the Isles, The
Sambalele
Zum Gali Gali

Summer 1975
Mallow Fling, The
Marianina
Mary Ann
McPherson's Farewell
Pedro go go Pescador
Scarborough Fair (Singing Together version)
Silver Wheat, The
The Wraggle Taggle Gypsies

Spring 1976
A Roving
Bard of Eve
Casey Jones
Iron Horse, The
Must I then?
Old Turf Fire, The
Quinoro's Pearl
She's like the Swallow
Spanish Serenade
Tinga Layo

Summer 1976
Blow Away The Morning Dew
Brave Topolini
Drover's Dream, The
Mingulay Boat Song, The
Newcastle Fair
Wild White Rose, The
Yellow Bird

Spring 1977
Cosher Bailey
Evening Music
I Wander
Kitty Of Coleraine
Leaving of Liverpool, The
Pay Me My Money Down
Pearly Adriatic, The
Shuttle Rins, The
Streets of Laredo
The Donkey's Burial
Water Of Tyne

Summer 1977
Ash Grove, The
Banana Boat Song
Boys of Kilkenny, The
I Loved A Lass
Santy Anno
Wreck of the Sloop John B., The
Yellow Rose Of Texas

Autumn 1977
Aiken Drum
Four Pence a Day
Go Tell It On The Mountain
No Room Was There For Mary
O ru, ru, ru
Old Zip Coon
Once a Farmer and His Wife
Sour Grapes
The Girl I Left Behind Me

Spring 1978
Bonnie Dundee
Cavalry Of The Steppes
Drill ye Tarriers, Drill
Gardens Where The Praties Grow, The
Greenland Fisheries, The
Ifca's Castle
Little Red Bird
Llangollen Market
Mango Walk
Pierlala

Summer 1978
Blaydon Races, The
Erie Canal, The
Farewell My Own True Love
In My Father's Garden
Linstead Market
Nature Carol, The
Quaker's Wife
Yellow Sheepskin, The

Autumn 1978
Botany Bay
King Arthur
Land Of The Silver Birch
Mary Had A Baby
One Winters Night
Shepherds Can You Hear
Sleep Safely In The Golden Hay
Wee Cooper Of Fife, The
Zither Carol
The holly tree
A new song of the taxes


Summer 1979
Appezoller's Song
Beautiful City of Sligo, The
La Pique
Meadowlands, The
Morris Men
Prety Pe??
Will you go lassie
Wonderful Crocodile, The [Crocodile, The]

Spring 1981
Alnwick Football Song
Here Come the Navvies
La Cucharacha
Mountain Dancer
Mountain Skier, The
Mountains I Love, The
Piper o' Dundee, The
Song of a Country Girl
The Tortilla Vendor
Torika

Spring 1982
Brian O'Lin
Chu-lu-lu
Happy Fiesta, The
Joy of Springtime
Leprehaun, The
Per Spelman
Song Of The Parrot, The
Strike The Bell
Tzena, Tzena
Vreneli

Autumn 1984
Bagpipers' Carol, The
Bill Bones' Hornpipe
Christmas is Coming
Cosher Bailey
Fox, The
Ghost Of Tom
Holly And The Ivy, The
Huron Indian Carol, The
Joy To The World
Kitty of Coleraine
Shuttle Rins, The
Sing Carols To Mary
Yellow Rose of Texas, The

Spring 1985
Candlelight Fisherman, The
Cockles And Mussels
Derby Ram
Island in the Sun
Kalinka
Marianina
My Grandfather's Clock
Oh 'twas in the Broad Atlantic
Swansea Town
Tinker's Wedding, The
Waltzing Matilda

Autumn 1985
A New Song on the Taxes
All Bethlehem's A-blazing
Holly Tree, The
King Arthur
Lullaby Carol, The
March Of The Magi
Mary Had A Boy Child
Red Sombrero
Sandy
Village Revels
Wee Cooper OF Fife, The
Yodler's Carol, The

Spring 1986
Coconut Tree
Drill Ye Tarriers, Drill
Farewell to Tarwathie
Garden Where The Praties Grow, The
Gipsy, The
Ifca's Castle
Little Red Bird
Mermaid, The
Perched Up High
Pierlala
Tinga-ting Bird, The
Viva


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Peter K (Fionn)
Date: 16 Jun 14 - 01:09 PM

An amazing piece of work. Thought you's slipped away years ago.


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: maeve
Date: 16 Jun 14 - 02:39 PM

Thanks very much, Jon. That's quite an accomplishment- very helpful.


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Dave Hanson
Date: 16 Jun 14 - 02:52 PM

Well done Jon, good job.

Dave H


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: GUEST,Jon
Date: 16 Jun 14 - 03:04 PM

Dave McGlade did the bulk of the hard part, ie. song entry at folkinfo. I've just made the contents page today. It took a bit of time as I had manually enter the titles and references for the songs we hadn't taken from the booklets into a table but it wasn't that big a job.

I will see if it's possible to get Singing Together gaps between 1959-65 filled in on the archive from a set of pamphlets that were posted to me but it's likely to be a few weeks before I start the data entry.

---
Re me slipping away. I have largely dropped out of folk music in general although I still pop in to internet sites once in a while and do at least keep my hand in by going to an Irish session a few times a year.


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: maeve
Date: 16 Jun 14 - 03:20 PM

Our thanks also to Dave McGlade, Jon.


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: GUEST,Geoff the Duck
Date: 17 Jun 14 - 04:10 AM

Hi Jon.
Good to hear you are still about, even if not as active as you used to be.
All the best!
Quack!
Geoff.


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Sandra in Sydney
Date: 17 Jun 14 - 06:47 AM

good to see you again, Jon

I was interested to see the link to Drovers Dream, Summer 1976. It was Australia's first traditional (folk revival) Top 40 song in 1955.

sandra


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: ian1943
Date: 17 Jun 14 - 07:32 AM

I have said for years that 'Singing Together' was the basis of a good repertoire and now we have proof so, for whosoever thought of this idea, and whosoever did the work, my heartiest congratulations for a job well done


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: GUEST,Jon
Date: 17 Jun 14 - 08:03 AM

Thanks all.

I think this particular effort started because we had a shortage of songs to add to the folkinfo song database (the policy was to be able to provide a reference others could use to where we had got the song) and a number of Singing Together songs seemed like good candidates.

Of course, Singing Together had been discussed before here an at folkinfo and I had one small collection as one starter.

The way we went about led to the omissions from the books as we weren't really sure whether a number of the translations fitted in with the folk song database or not...

Perhaps on reflection, even though it would have meant duplication, I should have created an "abc project" for Singing Together. That way each pamphlet could have been a single abc text file that wouldn't have affected the main database.


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: bbc
Date: 18 Jun 14 - 02:02 AM

Nice to see you, Jon!

bbc


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: BBC Researcher
Date: 18 Jun 14 - 01:06 PM

Hi all, thanks for this.
I'm working on a documentary about Singing Together and I found a note in the archives from 1940, listing songs to be sung from April to June;
'Marching Through Georgia'
'Come O'er the Stream, Charlie'
'Upidee'
'My Bonnie is over the Ocean',
'Drink to me only'
'Fire down below'
'The Jolly Ploughboy'
'The Boatie Rows'
'Bingo'
'Now in the month of Maying'
'Where are you going to my pretty maid'
'Solomon Levi
'Let us with a Gladsome Mind'
'The Miller of Dee'
'I've lost the Doh of my Clarinet'
'The Mermaid'
'Annie Laurie'
'One More River to Cross'
'The Lass of Richmond Hill'
'The Road to the Isles'
'Cock Robin'
'John Brown's Body'
'Green Grow the Rushes-ho!'
'Goodnight ladies'

I'm looking for interesting stories about the programme- please get in touch! Send me a message on Mudcat or email ruth.evans@bbc.co.uk.

Many thanks,
Ruth


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: GUEST,Chris Barratt
Date: 02 Dec 14 - 10:07 AM

We used to do Singing Together at school circa 82/83... but it was with reel-to-reel tape recorders. The songs I can recall - Banana Boat Song, Cockles & Muscles, Hey Ho The Morning Dew & Migaldi Magaldi - indicate that these recordings were made in the mid-70s going by your information.
Now, if recordings of those came to light I would love to hear them again! (sadly my old school was demolished several years back)


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: GUEST,Chris Murray
Date: 02 Dec 14 - 11:51 AM

There was a programme on Radio 4 about Singing Together last Saturday. I've listened to it twice now.


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Joe Offer
Date: 02 Dec 14 - 07:30 PM

That Radio 4 programme is available online (click), also available in the US. I wonder if this was the programme that "BBC Researcher" (above) was working on. She signed up as a Mudcatter to facilitate her research.

-Joe-


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 28 Oct 15 - 06:13 PM

Filling some of the gaps in the catalogue above:

1953 Summer
Heave away my Johnny
Li'l Liza Jane
The girl I left behind me
Greensleeves
Now is the month of Maying
David of the white rock
The standard on the braes o' Mar
Rule, Britannia
Aiken Drum
An Eriskay love lilt
My boy Billy
Come mah little darlin'
Honza
The barley mow
The meeting of the waters
The miller's flowers

Autumn 1953
Singing Together

The brisk young widow
Heart of oak
A-roving
The robin's last will
The little red lark
Old King Cole
The house in the willows
Who is Sylvia?
A merry Christmas
O leave your sheep
Nowell, sing all we may
Winter

Rhythm and Melody
My love's an arbutus
The lone star trail
Kukulienka
Sledging
King Herod and the cock
Sleep my little son

1954 Spring
Old King Cole
O rare Turpin
The animals went in two by two
When icicles hang by the wall
The garden where the praties grow
The dove
Youth's the season
Peaceful slumbering
Bonnie Dundee
All creatures of our God and King
Winter has gone
The holly
Oh! 'Twas in the broad Atlantic
A fox went out
Faithful Johnny

1954 Summer
The wraggle taggle gipsies
Darby Kelly
Suo-gan
Flocks are sporting
Bonnie Dundee
Ca' the yowes
Flowers in the valley
Uist tramping song
How does the woodman cut his wood?
Tooralee, tooralay, tooralo
Lullaby (Mozart)
Blow the man down
Sections from the bartered bride

1954 Autumn
Boney was a warrior
Kelvin Grove
The barley mow
Hey ho the morning dew
Art thou troubled?
High Germany
Bound for the Rio Grande
Blow the wind southerly
Come to Bethlehem
The mistletoe
Hungarian carol
Jesus, Jesus, rest your head
The grey hawk
The birds' wedding
hush-a-by, darling
Spinning wheel song
Infant holy
Under Bethlem's star so bright

1956 Summer
Michael Finnigin
Drink to me only
The lass of Richmond hill
Turmut-hoeing
The bird-catcher's song (magic flute)
Mingulay boat song
Blow away the morning dew
Kitty of Coleraine
Shearing time
The wee cooper o' fife
The valley, o!
Come, let's be merry
By the banks of Sacramento
The lover's tasks
A cossack lullaby
Sir Eglamore
Prince and princess

1956 Autumn
All through the night
Cradle song (Schubert)
Shenandoah
A lark in the clear air
Cargoes
Flora MacDonald's lament
Green grow the rushes-o
Past three o'clock
Gabriel's message
Somerset carol
The riddle
When at night
Brother come and dance with me
Li'l Liza Jane
Sourwood mountain
Hush, oh hush
Gloucestershire wassail

1957 Spring
Green broom
The bay of Biscay
He that is down
Oh Susanna
The oak and the ash
Flower of Killarney
A son of the muses
The flowers of the forest
Loudly proclaim
What shall we do with the drunken sailor?
The mallow fling
Three little tailors
Villikins and his Dinah
Per Spelman
Jubilee
Begone, dull care!

1957 Summer
The old woman and the pedlar
Alouette
Avenging and bright
Westering home
Afton water
The white paternoster
Spinning jenny
Sir Marmaduke
The ash grove
Grandmother's aunt Matilda Jane
Boney was a warrior
The ground hog
The saucy sailor
Frog went a'courting

1958 Summer
The jolly carter
The little boy and the sheep
Down in Demerara
Hey ho, the morning dew
The cuckoo
The pearly Adriatic
Thanksgiving
Bonny Dundee
Loch Lomond
Land of my fathers
I drew my ship
Gossip Joan
The sheep shearing
The old man in the woods
Vive l'amour


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 28 Oct 15 - 06:38 PM

1960 SPRING
Venture Gwen
The Stranger in Cork
Hope, The Hermit
Russian Weaving Song
The East Indiaman
Strawberry Fair
Jim Along Josie
The Fisherman
The Hart he loves the high wood
The Keel Row
The Smiling Spring
Isle of Dreams
The Gnat
Old Joe Clarke
We're all bound to go
Driving to market
March of the Kings
The Girl from Arles

1960 SUMMER
The Cockoo
Ho-la-hi
High Germany
The Blacksmith
Old Mr Noah
The Yellow-Beaked Blackbird
There's nae luck about the house
The Little Red Wagon
The harp that Once
Roving in the Dew
Toll-A-Winker
The Strolling Fiddler
Lilliburlero
Rosalie


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 28 Oct 15 - 06:45 PM

1961 AUTUMN
Saucy sailor
Dashing away with the smoothing iron
Fisherman's night song
This old man
Aiken Drum
The fox and the hare
On this day
The holly and the ivy
The Holy Son
Down in yon forest
Wassail song
Rejoice and be merry

1962 SPRING
Andulko the goose girl
Turn the glasses over
John Peel
Bound for the Rio Grande
Elsie Marley
Bonnie Dundee
Heart of oak
The flight of the earls
Springtime is returning
Happiness

1962 SUMMER
Be kind, gentle shepherdess
All through the night: (Different lyrics Here)
John Barleycorn
Camptown races
Evening music
What shall we do with the drunken sailor?
The boatie rows

1962 AUTUMN
The British grenadiers
Loudly proclaim
Blow the wind southerly
The mallow fling
The trees in England
John Brown
The pilgrim caravan
Noel
God rest you merry, gentlemen
I saw three ships
In Bethlehem town
Robin Adair

1963 SPRING
O rare Turpin
The Golden vanity
The rising of the lark
Contentment
The lass of Richmond Hill
The tree in the wood
The farmer's daughter
Sweet Kitty Clover
The meeting of the waters
Skye boat song
Boney was a warrior

1963 SUMMER
Donkey riding
The bailiff's daughter
Sweet nightingale
Rule Britannia
Nature carol
The garden where the praties grow
Suo-gan
Charlie is m'darling
My Tommy's gone away

1963 AUTUMN
Captain Jinks
Boatmen dance
Twankydillo
Flower of Killarney
Down in demerara
Kelvin Grove
The bird-catcher's song
Black Sir Harry
Born in a manger
Unto us is born a son
See amid the winter's snow
O sleep thou heavenborn treasure
Fum! fum! fum!

1964 SPRING
The minstrel boy
Cotton-eyed Joe
The mermaid
The animals went in two by two
Swansea town
Waltzing Matilda
Cradle song (Schubert)
O, will ye buy my syboes?
The three huntsmen

1964 SUMMER
Fill your pitcher
The old chariot
Blow away the morning dew
Ten in a bed
The glendy burk
Green grow the rushes-o
It was late it was dark
The happy clown
Westering home
I'se the b'y that builds the boats

1964 AUTUMN
Horo my nut brown maiden
Spanish ladies
The smuggler's song
Fire down below
The bay of Biscay
The vicar of Bray
Paul's little hen
Andrew mine, Jasper mine
Zither carol
Rise up, shepherd
A child this day is born
The twlve days of Christmas

1965 SPRING
Alabama
Cargoes
Cobbler and the crow
Captain Morgan's march
El Vito
Kitty of Coleraine
Johnny crack
The oak and the ash
Ye banks and braes
O Susanna

1965 SUMMER
White paternoster
Wraggle taggle gipsies
Afton Water
Sam sailor's shanty
A son of the Muses
My Normandy
Drink to me only
When I am a-roaming
Shenandoah


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 28 Oct 15 - 06:48 PM

1966 SPRING
Farewell Manchester
Spring song
Loch Lomond
Land of my fathers
Song of the Western Men
Admiral Benbow
Early one morning
Golden slumbers
The little boy and the sheep
The miller's flowers
Begoe, dull care!

1966 SUMMER
The bonny blue-eyed sailor
Maa bonny lad
Avenging and bright
O give me a cot
The drummer and the cook
Polly Oliver
Gossip Joan
The wandering miller
Oh, wha's for Scotland and Charlie?


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 28 Oct 15 - 06:50 PM

1967 Autumn
The Lincolnshire poacher
Brennan on the moor
A-roving
Faithful Johnny
Once a farmer and his wife
The hundred pipers
Michael Finnigin
The pine tree
Past three o'clock
He is born
Merrily to Bethlehem
Wassail song


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 28 Oct 15 - 06:56 PM

1969 SUMMER
St Athan
Boatmen Dance
Salt, mustard, vinegar, pepper
The East Indiaman
Uist Tramping Song
Old Mister Tucker
Kitty of Coleraine


In case anyone wonders at the varying lengths of these posts, I'm trying to keep them in sequence, but fill the gaps in Jon's earlier list.
Also, the earlier books seem to have more songs even though they were a smaller format. Up until Summer 1960 the books were titled "Singing Together || Rhythm & Melody", and so were aimed at two age groups. Later titles were just "Singing Together" (From Autumn 1960 - new school year)
The change to a larger format for the songbooks was from the start of the 1968/69 school year, so the first larger book was Autumn 1968


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 28 Oct 15 - 07:03 PM

John's list for Spring '81 gives "The Tortilla vendor" as not having a link. I copied it out in response to an earlier request: The Tortilla Vendor


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Stilly River Sage
Date: 28 Oct 15 - 10:51 PM

Please don't use all-caps, it is much harder to read than title case. Thanks.

No, Acme isn't losing it. My lists above were ALL CAPS. I've been through editing them to take up his sensible comment. Nigel


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Joe Offer
Date: 29 Oct 15 - 01:41 AM

I'd agree, Acme, but since the Digital Tradition uses allcaps for song titles, we lost that battle in 1988 when the DT began.

-Joe-


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 06 Nov 15 - 09:55 PM

1981 Summer
The Ship that Never Returned
The Fireman's Song
My White Horse
Lewis Bridal Song
The Spinning Wheel
Angelico
The Peanut Vendor
Lisa Lân

1983 Autumn
Patrick on the Railroad
Tinga layo
Skye Boat Song
The Blue-Tail Fly
Guy Fawkes
Sleep my Baby
Christmas Day in the Morning
Calypso Carol
Song of the Crib
Now in Bethlem
Hey Little Bull

(1991 Spring?) Undated ISBN 0563346558
(Cover shows a Chinaman dancing)        
Troika rushing        
A tragic story        
Those magnificent men        
Vum vum vo        
The pushbike song        
The double-decker bus        
Bratach bana        
Nottamun town        
Wabash cannonball        
Day trip to Bangor        
Carnavalito        
Rush hour round        

(1991 Summer) Undated ISBN0563350660
Cover shows a group around a piano
Midsummer song
The Drover's dream
Vet's song
Alexander's Ragtime Band
Dream music
Recipe rap
The good eating guide
Come to the well
Skin song
Jump in the line


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 13 Nov 15 - 03:50 PM

New thread started for the BBC's other radio for schools series Time and Tune


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 16 Jan 16 - 02:53 PM

Summer 1986
The Erie canal
In my father's garden
Blaydon races
Mango walk
Cielito Lindo
The mountain farm
The Tartan
The wild colonial boy


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 03 Apr 16 - 01:40 PM

A couple more picked up from EBay

Spring 1956
Singing Together
All glory, laud and honour
Sally Brown
Spinning wheel song
The piper of Dundee
A fairy song
Black Sir harry
Dobbin's good-night song
Paul's little hen
I drew my ship
Elsie Marley
Rhythm & Melody (Booklets at this time still covered both programmes)
There's a young lad
Singing bird
The plough boy
Callers
The neighbours



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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 08 Jun 16 - 04:30 PM

Spring 1958
Singing Together

The bonny blue-eyed sailor
The water of Tyne
The wraggle-taggle gipsies
Early one morning
Ye banks & braes
Planting trees (Welsh folk song Plannu coed English words Imogen Holst)
The wandering miller (Schubert)
The keeper
The drummer and the cook
Kathleen Tyrrell
Rhythm & Melody (Booklets at this time still covered both programmes)
Haul away Joe
The shepherdess
Shady Grove
O waly, waly
Migildi Magildi
Song of Lieutenant Kije Here in Mudcat


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 01 Sep 16 - 01:35 PM

Doing a little bit of editing

This post deliberately left blank (except for this comment!)

Cheers
Nigel


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 02 Nov 16 - 12:55 PM

Addition of a few more following another purchase on EBay.

Spring 1979
The pedlar
Ould John Braddlum
Come and sing together
Charlie is m'darling
The shepherd and his dog
Pat of Mullingar
Water come a me eye
The marigold
Be still my heart
Sir Eglamore
Chipanecas

Summer 1982
The top of the morning
Taffta Hindi
Out in the meadow
Jamaica farewell
The jug of punch
Running song
Brecon
The coasts of High Barbary


Autumn 1982
Hey ho, the morning dew
Zum gali gali
The miller of Dee
Migaldi magaldi
Westering home
The jolly pedlar
Born on earth is the child divine
Wassail song
Carol of the drum
Up! good christen folk
Shepherds leave your flocks

Spring 1983
The tinker's wedding
Waltzing Matilda
Kalinka
Cockles and mussels
Swansea town
The Derby ram
Oh, 'twas in the broad Atlantic
The candlelight fisherman
Island in the sun
Marianina
My grandfather's clock


Summer 1983
The star of County Down
A life on the ocean wave
Sambalele
Robin Hood and Little John
Road to the isles
Widdicombe fair
Dona, Dona
The silver wheat


Spring 1984
Holahi
Casey Jones
Brave Topolini
Mary Ann
Upidee
Brennan on the moor
The drover's dream
Henry Martin
The bold gendarmes
The bard of Eve
Green grow the rushes O.



Summer 1984
MacPherson's farewell
Yellow bird
Moscow evenings
Rew di ranno
The potato
The bay of Biscay
Pedro go Pescador
Quinoro's pearl


As ever, if there is a specific song from these that someone wants, I'm happy to transcribe.
I'm even happier to email you a scan of the song, and let you transcribe it for the Mudcat ;-)

Cheers
Nigel


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 15 Nov 16 - 05:06 PM

Autumn 1951

Bobby Shaftoe
Be kind, gentle shepherdess
Oh dear, what can the matter be?
Contentment (Mozart)
The Golden Vanity
On this day
Blow the man down
Jenny's bawbee
Shepherds, shake off your drowsy sleep
The holly and the ivy
Mary was watching (Czech carol)
Dobbin (Grieg)
Sourwood Mountain
Do you plant your cauliflowers?
The mallow fling
Infant holy
The cradle
Come ye lofty


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Shimmering
Date: 04 Jan 17 - 09:10 AM

Here are two that I could find just now. I think they may both be my brother's ... one is definitely his. I did have others from about the same time (around 1986-87 time), including The Marigold, The Derby Ram, The Heron from Brecon, Pat of Mullingar ... that I can remember. And probably still have them somewhere, just not in my hand this minute.

Autumn 1987:
Santiago Nights
The Bare Necessities
Macnamara's Band
Ching-a-Ling Tonk Tonk
The Diamond
Echo Yodel
The Frogs
Octopus's Garden
Walking in the Air
The Christmas Children
Rise Up Shepherd
Gower Wassail
One Winter's Night

and Autumn 1989:
Whip Jamboree
Turkey in the Straw
Word Games
Spread a Little Happiness
Communication
Wrong Number
Number Game
Christmas Tree Music
Cob o Coalin
Sleigh Bells
What Child is This?
Winter Tales
Mince Pies
Baloo Lammy
Children Go Where I Send Thee
Ghosts


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 08 Jun 18 - 07:16 AM

Summer 1980

The Gypsy Rover (Ireland)
Moon of Mamaku (Philippines)
No Other Moon (Brazil)
The Three pirates (England)
The Tuneful Guitar (Italy)
Uist Tramping Song (Scotland)
Llantwit Major (Wales)
Ahrirang (Korea)


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 16 Jun 18 - 11:54 AM

As per the lists above, up until Summer Term 1960 these booklets included the content for two broadcasts, 'Singing Together', and 'Rhythm & Melody'.
From Autumn 1960 the two had their own songbooks, and the few examples of 'Rhythm & Melody' which I have are now listed Here


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 16 Jun 18 - 12:05 PM

Spring 1955
Singing Together
This old man
King Arthur's servants
The Bailiff's daughter
The Mallow fling
Charlie is my darling
The turtle dove
The vicar of Bray
Happiness (Seligkeit)
Jenny's mantle
Swansea town
Rhythm and Melody
Old woman, old woman
The bird-catcher's song
Hush thee, my bairnie
Roll the cotton down

Autumn 1955
Singing Together

Donkey riding
Ho-ro! My nut-brown maiden
The meeting of the waters
Twankydillo
St Athan
Golden slumbers
Linden lea
Sweet nightingale
A virgin most pure
The infant king
The twelve days of Christmas
Rhythm and Melody
The little dove
Snowball
Down in Demerara
I am a brisk and sprightly lad
The cradle
On Christmas night


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: GUEST,KarenH
Date: 10 Jul 18 - 10:49 AM

I can remember some BBC singing stuff at junior school. The sound came through a speaker and you couldn't always hear it properly. Not meaning to denigrate, but it didn't really appeal to me. Was it broadcast on a Friday?

I can picture the booklets we had.

There was something about the singing style I didn't like. I'm not sure, but I don't think I liked the backing. Somethings we did involved bells, claves and triangles and in a class of 30, some having no sense of rhythm. Our class teacher took the 'lessons' and he was ex RAF and played golf, and I don't think he was really into it.

At that time, we were mostly listening to early Kinks and such like. Not to mention the Beatles and Juke Box Jury. Folky 'pop' like Fairport Convention's Liege and Lief and Ralph McTell came a bit later.

But these lists remind me of some songs we must have sung at home, eg Michael Finnigan, begin again, which went on for ever. They must have been in song books or something.


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 01 Aug 18 - 06:42 AM

Songs for Singing Together
Teacher's Book
BBC Publications
(c) and first published 1973.

I think the best way to describe this publication (a compendium from the Singing Together series) is just to give the compiler's introduction, and contents list:

Introduction
All the songs have been taken from the recent programmes of Singing Together which is the longest running music series of the BBC’s broadcasts for schools.
Each term, pupils from all around the British Isles send in their votes for their favourite songs and this volume contains a selection of the most popular.
The songs have been arranged in various ways which should give ample scope to the performers. Many of them have a melodic accompaniment for instruments such as glockenspiel, xylophone, chime bars, descant recorder, violin, flute etc.
This part is always written on the stave directly above the piano accompaniment.
(at this point there is a diagram)

Sometimes during the course of a song, words have been written under this melodic part, signifying that it may be turned into a second voice part e.g.
(another diagram)
In this case, the instruments may continue to play with the second voice, or they may of course take a rest.
Other songs, such as I have four sisters, have an optional second voice part, but this may be played by a melodic instrument as well. As can be seen, the parts for unpitched percussion are clearly labelled.
In other words, these arrangements should be regarded as workshop material to be used and adapted according to the ability of all concerned. It must be remembered that most of these are folk songs and just as variety is to be encouraged with the arrangements, so variety must be given with the performances. To give maximum freedom and flexibility in interpretation, expression marks have been omitted.       DOUGLAS COOMBES


1 The pedlar
2 Jennie Jenkins
3 Water come a me eye
4 Aiken Drum
5 Reap the flax
6 The meadowlands
7 The wee cooper o’Fife
8 Sugar candy
9 Pretty Peña
10 As I was going along the road
11 My white horse
12 Land of the silver birch
13 The shanty boys in the pine
14 Johnny Todd
15 Tortilla vendor
16 Kitty of Coleraine
17 Glenlogie
18 I have four sisters
19 Gypsy Davey
20 Four in a boat
21 Gypsy Rover
22 Come and sing together
23 The Derby ram
24 Donkey riding
25 The garden where the praties grow
26 The rain song
27 The three pirates
28 La cucaracha
29 Blow the man down
30 Taffta Hindi
31 Llangollen market
32 The keeper
33 Yellow sheepskin
34 Old Zip Coon
35 Charlie is m’darling
36 Salt, mustard, vinegar, pepper
37 The piper o’Dundee
38 Botany Bay
39 Mountain dancer
40 Mango walk
41 Mary had a baby
42 See amid the winter’s snow
43 Deck the hall
44 Rise up, shepherd
45 Yodler’s carol
46 Lullaby for baby Jesus
47 Huron Indian carol
48 O ru-ru-ru
49 Tyrolean cradle song
50 The child’s carol


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 01 Aug 18 - 06:54 AM

As ever, individual items from above will be made available, either here (if just words/melody) or by scanned copy if something more complex is needed.

Cheers
Nigel


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: GUEST,DTM
Date: 01 Aug 18 - 07:12 AM

"All Through The Night" 1956 - I can remember learning this from Singing Together as an 8 year old at school. For some reasom this song gave me the shivers back then. I've no idea why. To this day, that spooky feeling is still there though somewhat watered down.

Singing Together + Rhythm and Melody gave me a rich foundation in culture & song. Well done to the person who came up with the idea, and also to the folks who made it happen. Programmes such as these should be maditory listening in schools today.


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Mo the caller
Date: 04 Aug 18 - 04:51 AM

What a range of music. Straight from Handel (Art thou troubled) and Mozart (Magic Flute) to Knick Nack Paddywack & Michael Finnegan.

I too remember the wireless set being wheeled into our classroom in time for the broadcast.


The BBC made an excellent schools series on folk dancing around the turn of the century. Cutting from pupils in schools to adults at a ceilidh dancing the same dance, making it a real living tradition that people do for fun, not just something you had to learn at school.


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 05 Aug 18 - 09:52 AM

Spring 1959
Singing Together
The shepherd and his dog
The dashing white sergeant
The Saeter girl's Sunday
The sea
Silent worship
Billy boy
Song of the western men
On the moor
Polly Oliver
Who'll you give me to sail away?

Rhythm and Melody
Richard of taunton Dene
The road to the isles
Weggis song
The old Chisholm trail
Little red bird
Birds at the fairy fulling

Summer 1959
Singing Together
O give me a cot
King Arthur's servants
Caller herrin'
Marianina
Barbara Allen
Leave her Johnny
The berry picking
The collier's daughter
The wild rose
The bonny blue handkerchief
Ten in the bed
Rhythm & Melody
Begone dull care
Git along, little doggies
Sweet Kitty Clover
Little rabbit in the corn
As her leg was made of wood
My tiny attic room

1959 AUTUMN
Dear harp of Erin
The Derby Ram
Billy Barlow
The Lady Bird
The Hundred Pipers
The Song of the sailor Lad
Joseph and the Angel
Whence come you, Shepherd Maiden?
In Nightly Stillness
Tyrolean Cradle Song
Children's Song
Bingo
Twankydillo
Somerset Wassail
Be kind, Gentle Shepherdess
The Cricket's Wedding
Shepherds shake off your drowsy sleep

Spring 1959 added today. The other two books imported from earlier in the discussion to get the year in one place. Something else I'm hoping to get around to when time permits :)


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 11 Aug 18 - 07:22 AM

Autumn 1953

This list moved up the thread to sit with Summer 1953.


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 20 Aug 18 - 03:31 PM

Summer 1974
Jamaica Farewell
The Fisherman
Westering Home
Now the Winter is Past
Hunting the hare
Out in the Meadow
The mermaid
The Star of County Down


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Subject: RE: Singing Together at joe-offer.com
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 09 Sep 18 - 02:48 PM

Summer 1976
The drover's dream
Yellow bird
In summer the sun shines brightest
Newcastle Fair
The wild white rose
The Mingulay boat song
Brave Topolini
Blow away the morning dew

Autumn 1977
Sour grapes
Old Zip Coon
The girl I've left behind me
Once a farmer and his wife
Aiken Drum
Fourpence a day
No room was there for Mary
Go tell it on the mountain
O ru-ru-ru
Huron Indian carol
Yodlers' carol

Spring 1978
The Greenland whale fishery
Little red bird
Bonnie Dundee
Llangollen market
Mango walk
Drill, ye tarries
The garden where the praties grow
Cavalry of the Steppes
Riddles
Pierlala
Ifca's castle

Spring 1980
Jennie Jenkins
Lucerne to Weggis
The Heron from Brecon
Johnny Todd
The Diamond
Carmen, Carmela
Ma Bela Bimba
Kathryn's Wedding Party
Sleep my Little Baby
Ching-a-Ling, Tonk! Tonk!
As I was going along the road

Autumn 1981
Mountain Duel
Robin Hood
Tramping Song
When I First Came to this Land
Sing-song
The Brewer Laddie
Sleep, Precious Baby
Thank You for the Chris'mus
Fum! Fum! Fum!
Jesu is Crying
Cockoo Carol


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