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Subject: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: hesperis
Date: 02 Oct 00 - 11:17 PM

Does anyone know any good Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
Or chants?
I need something to sing on October 31st.
Post here, or PM me.

(I call myself a Wiccan, grumble, grumble... I don't know any good songs for Samhain, grumble, snork, grumble...)


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: katlaughing
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 12:18 AM

Hey, ~Sirepseh~ *smile*,if you type in "Samhain" in the SuperSearch box, you'll find several threads which have some good suggestions and links in them for all kinds of info. You can link to one of the threads, directly, by clicking this: With Samhain Approaching, does anyone?

You might also try looking at www.witchvox.com.

One of my favourites that my daughters learned in school is in Rise Up Singing, but I gave my copy ot my dad, so I don't have the name of it. I know someone here will know which one I am talking about. It starts out, "Who were the witches/Where did they come from/Maybe your great-great-grandmama was one/Witches are wise, wise women, they say/There's a little witch in every woman today"

kat


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: BigDaddy
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 12:23 AM

Christy Moore's "Burning Times."


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: hesperis
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 12:49 AM

Thanks, kat, BigDaddy!

(Oops, forgot to do a search first, grumble, grumble...)

My friend (who is not on the 'Cat) just ordered a book of pagan songs and dances off the internet somewhere. We are both EAGERLY awaiting its arrival!


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: katlaughing
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 01:03 AM

Kewl! If you don't already have it, the CD or cassette, "A Circle Is Cast" by the women's a capella group, Libana, has wonderful songs on it and they also have a songbook to go with it. I would also recommend their second CD, "Fire Within."

Ladyslipper Music, which is a nonprofit to promote music of and by women has Libana's stuff as well as other really great CD, etc. You can visit their site at www.ladyslipper.org

Have fun and don't worry about forgetting to search. It's a lot of fun to have a new one (thread) now and then, anyway, esp. when there are more newbies who share.*BG*

kat


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: hesperis
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 01:10 AM

Well, if there are any free domain songs in that book, you know what's going to happen when I get my hands on it!!!

May the circle be open, but unbroken
May the peace of the Goddess be ever in your heart
Merry meet, and merry part
And merry meet again!

(I love that chant! (But it's general ritual stuff, not stuff specifically for Samhain.))
~*sirepseh*~


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: John J
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 03:35 AM

Shave the Monkey do a good song ' The Witchfinder General', very haunting, very good (as is all their stuff). I think it's on one of their CDs 'The Unseelie Court' I think. I'm pretty sure they've got a website. John


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: GUEST,micca at work
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 04:51 AM

Hesperis , have a look at Animaterras stuff they do some great wide ranging "religious" acapella music including an incredible song called "Until the dark time ends" that is very Samhainish, Allison is contactable thru the PMs... at Animaterra


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: Cavia_P
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 06:36 AM

OLD TIME RELIGION
It might be wise to be a little selective over which verses you choose.
:o)
Cavia_P


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: Bud Savoie
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 07:02 AM

Ding Dong, the Witch is Dead?


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: Peg
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 11:43 AM

For Samhain, I like the songs associated with death...that often includes witch trial songs, like Susannah Martin, and I But a Little Girl (by Bob Francke)...

There is also The Angel of Bells...and Harvest Home, the traditional hymn, with changes to make it more pagan. (Trust in God she will provide, etc. :)!)


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: Clinton Hammond2
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 02:07 PM

"There's no gods
And precious few heros"
-Dick Gaughan-

LOL!

{~`


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: NancyZ
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 02:27 PM

Hesperis, Try this link at MP3.comhttp://stations.mp3s.com/stations/27/goddess_pagan_wicca_songs.html

You can also experiment with their search engine and may come up with a few other things. You can find so many types of genres there for music, have fun! Cheers, Nancy


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: MAG (inactive)
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 09:59 PM

Linda Waterfall wrote a good one about drawing down the moon -- it's on the tape about being in the light.

May Linda be in the light; she's been having a tough time.


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: Mbo
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 10:10 PM

There's this one by Depeche Mode...

Well I'm down on my knees again
And I pray to the only one
Who has the strength
To bear the pain
To forgive all the things that I've done

Oh Girl
Lead me into your darkness
When this world is trying it's hardest
To leave me unimpressed
Just one caress
From you and I'm blessed

When you think you've tried every road
Every avenue
Take one more look
At what you found old
And in it you'll find something new

I'm shying from the light
I always loved the night
And now you offer me eternal darkness

I have to believe that sin
Can make a better man
It's the mood that I am in
That left us back where we began


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: Mbo
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 10:38 PM

BTW hesp are you gonna dance in the nude? Can I watch? **BG** Sorry...full moon feevuh...


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: hesperis
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 10:42 PM

Cool!

All this wonderful stuff to check out...


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: hesperis
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 10:47 PM

It's not the full moon, Meebs.


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: Mbo
Date: 03 Oct 00 - 11:02 PM

Oops! Must be that photographic fixer I was inhaling all day! ugh..hhhhh


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: MAG (inactive)
Date: 04 Oct 00 - 04:25 AM

Oh, Linda Waterfall's "Girls Night Out" is great, too.

Girls night out
Away you merry lasses
Get your brooms, get 'em out
We'll ride the wind tonight


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: GUEST,slag310
Date: 15 Oct 10 - 06:33 PM

I have just opened a new page on my website giving a list of traditional Songs and Stories for Halloween and Samhain. These are mostly in English, but it is part of the wider reconstruction of the Indo-European religion. There is also a link to a page that gives the lyrics to most of the songs so that you can sing them if you like. I hope that you will find it interesting. The link is http://pierce.yolasite.com/hallsongs or

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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: VirginiaTam
Date: 16 Oct 10 - 07:02 AM

Anyone going to Witchfest International in Croydon 6 November?

http://www.witchfest.net/


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray
Date: 16 Oct 10 - 07:58 AM

Just uploaded a couple of songs for Hallowe'en onto our Mysace Page : A Woodcutter's Song (Logs to Burn) (words sourced from The White Goddess & elsewhere though the tune is our own) and a Dark Ambient rendering A Souling Song (sourced from Jack Langstaff) replete with spectral ambiences field recorded in the church of Ss Peter & Paul in Salle, Norfolk. This is part of our ongoing reconstruction of Indo-European folk music!

Check 'em out: www.myspace.com/venereumarvum


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray
Date: 16 Oct 10 - 08:00 AM

Somethging up withy Myspace - I suspect they'll be there by & by


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: VirginiaTam
Date: 16 Oct 10 - 08:42 AM

oh my.. I like that Souling Song at Salle


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: Crow Sister (off with the fairies)
Date: 16 Oct 10 - 09:00 AM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etvjzVVfBa4

The Castleford Ladies' Magical Circle meets tonight,
In an upstairs aspidistra'd room that's lit by candlelight,
Where Elizabeth Jones and Lily O'Grady
And three or four more married ladies
Practice every week unspeakable pagan rites.

Dressed in their Sunday coats and their flowerpot hats,
Respectable middle-aged ladies - running to fat, at that -
There's Elizabeth Jones and Lily O'Grady
And three or four more married ladies,
Each with a Woolworth's broomstick and a tabby cat.

But they don't waste time with a ouija board or a seance now and again, no.
None of your wittering, twittering, petty poltergeists for them. No,
Elizabeth Jones and Lily O'Grady
And three or four more married ladies
Prefer to be tickled by the whiskery chins of bogey men.

Their husbands potter at snooker down the club,
Unaware of the devilish jiggery-poke and rub-a-dub-dub,
While Elizabeth Jones and Lily O'Grady
And three or four more married ladies
Are frantically dancing naked for Beelzebub.

And after the witches' picnic and the devil's grog,
After their savage pantings, their hysterical leap-frog, well,
Elizabeth Jones and Lily O'Grady
And three or four more married ladies
Go back home for cocoa and the Epilogue.

So be careful how you go of a Saturday night:
If you see a little old lady passing by, it very well might be
Elizabeth Jones or Lily O'Grady
Or one of those satanical ladies.
Their eyes are wild and bright, their cheekbones all alight.
Don't go where they invite,
Because the Castleford Ladies' Magical Circle meets tonight.


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: Crow Sister (off with the fairies)
Date: 16 Oct 10 - 09:21 AM

Not specifically a hallowe'en ditty but I've heard this Valiente poem sung and it worked rather well out in the woods at night, though I don't have a tune for it:

THE WITCHES' BALLAD

Oh, I have been beyond the town, where nightshade black and mandrake grow,
And I have been and I have seen what righteous folk would fear to know!

For I have heard, at still midnight, upon the hilltop far, forlorn,
With note that echoed through the dark, the winding of the heathe horn.

And I have seen the fire aglow and glinting from the magic sword,
And with the inner eye beheld The Horned One, the Sabbat's lord.

We drank the wine, and broke the bread, and ate it in the Old One's name.
We linked our hands to make the ring, and laughed and leaped the Sabbat game.

Oh, little do the townsfolk reck, when dull they lie within their bed!
Beyond the streets, beneath the stars, a merry round the witches tread!

And round and round the circle spun, until the gates swung wide ajar,
That bar the boundaries of the earth, from faery realms that shine afar.

Oh, I have been and I have seen in magic worlds of Otherwhere.
For all this world may praise or blame, for ban or blessing nought I care.

For I have been beyond the town, where meadowsweet and roses grow,
And there such music did I hear as worldly-righteous never know.


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: GUEST,JohnH
Date: 16 Oct 10 - 11:12 AM

Get the "Druidcast" podcasts follow links given and ask there. There are sometimes some decent songs on it.


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray
Date: 17 Oct 10 - 06:31 AM

Cheers, VT - we pulled that from a forthcoming volume of John Barleycorn Reborn though now I'm beginning to have my doubts! I'd love to bring you & CS and a few others together for a fine chorale on such songs one day...


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: Wuzzle
Date: 17 Oct 10 - 06:58 AM

You could try my song Forest Child it is not pronounced properly in the song though :0)
http://www.myspace.com/gillykemp


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: Ross Campbell
Date: 17 Oct 10 - 08:21 AM

Percy's Reliques - the "Witches Song" from Ben Jonson's "Masque of Queens"

Strawhead arranged this for a play in Joyce Morris's series of productions for Blackpool College Theatre. Don't know if they ever recorded it. We re-arranged it for one of the "Amounderness Tales" productions by Fleetwood's Onward Theatre Company. I'm assuming that Gregg Butler set his own tune to it.

The Witches' Song.

            From Ben Jonson's Masque of Queens, presented at Whitehall, Feb. 2, 1609.

            The Editor thought it incumbent on him to insert some old pieces on the popular superstition concerning witches, hobgoblins, fairies, and ghosts. The last of these make their appearance in most of the tragical ballads; and in the following songs will be found some description of the former.

            It is true, this song of the Witches, falling from the learned pen of Ben Jonson, is rather an extract from the various incantations of classical antiquity, than a display of the opinions of our own vulgar. But let it be observed, that a parcel of learned wiseacres had just before busied themselves on this subject, in compliment to King James I., whose weakness on this head is well known; and these had so ransacked all writers, ancient and modern, and so blended and kneaded together the several superstitions of different times and nations, that those of genuine English growth could no longer be traced out and distinguished.

            By good luck the whimsical belief of fairies and goblins could furnish no pretences for torturing our fellow-creatures, and therefore we have this handed down to us pure and unsophisticated.

1 WITCH.

"I HAVE been all day looking after
A raven feeding upon a quarter:
And, soone as she turn'd her beak to the south,
I snatch'd this morsell out of her mouth."

2 WITCH.

"I have beene gathering wolves haires,
The madd dogges foames, and adders eares;
The spurging of a dead man's eyes:
And all since the evening starre did rise."

3 WITCH.

"I last night lay all alone
O' the ground, to heare the mandrake grone;
And pluckt him up, though he grew full low:
And, as I had done, the cocke did crow."

4 WITCH.

"And I ha' beene chusing out this scull
From charnell houses that were full;
From private grots, and publike pits:
And frighted a sexton out of his wits."

5 WITCH.

"Under a cradle I did crepe
By day; and, when the childe was a-sleepe
At night, I suck'd the breath; and rose,
And pluck'd the nodding nurse by the nose.

6 WITCH.

"I had a dagger: what did I with that?
Killed an infant to have his fat.
A piper it got at a church-ale.
I bade him again blow wind i' the taile."

7 WITCH.

"A murderer yonder was hung in chaines;
The sunne and the wind had shrunke his veins:
I bit off a sinew; I clipp'd his haire;
I brought off his ragges, that danc'd i' the ayre."

8 WITCH.

"The scrich-owles egges and the feathers blacke,
The bloud of the frogge, and the bone in his backe
I have been getting; and made of his skin
A purset, to keepe Sir Cranion in."

9 WITCH.

"And I ha' beene plucking (plants among)
Hemlock, henbane, adders-tongue,
Night-shade, moone-wort, libbards-bane;
And twise by the dogges was like to be tane."

10 WITCH.

"I from the jaw's of a gardiner's bitch
Did snatch these bones, and then leap'd the ditch:
Yet went I back to the house againe,
Kill'd the blacke cat, and here is the braine."

11 WITCH.

"I went to the toad, breedes under the wall,
I charmed him out, and he came at my call;
I scratch'd out the eyes of the owle before;
I tore the batts wing: what would you have more?"

DAME.

"Yes: I have brought, to helpe your vows,
Horned poppie, cypresse boughes,
The fig-tree wild, that grows on tombes,
And juice, that from the larch-tree comes,
The basiliskes bloud, and the vipers skin:--
And now our orgies let's begin."


Ross


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: katlaughing
Date: 17 Oct 10 - 10:05 PM

CS, thanks for the lyrics and link to the Castleford song. Loved it!

Great other links, too, folks.


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: Crow Sister (off with the fairies)
Date: 18 Oct 10 - 02:28 PM

"VTam .. I'd love to bring you & CS and a few others together for a fine chorale on such songs one day..."

Sounds like a plan Suibhne!


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: GUEST,Slag310
Date: 25 Oct 11 - 04:05 PM

See if this link works this time

I have updated the web page giving a list of traditional Songs and Stories for Halloween and Samhain. These are mostly in English, but it is part of the wider reconstruction of the Indo-European religion. There is also a link to a page that gives the lyrics to most of the songs so that you can sing them if you like. I hope that you will find it interesting. The link is http://pierce.yolasite.com/hallsongs or just pierce.yolasite.com/hallsongs
or Songs to Celebrate Halloween and Samhain
whichever link works, if any.

Slag310


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: Cats
Date: 25 Oct 11 - 05:03 PM

Ballad of Tam Lin. I often sing this at Samhain


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
TAM LIN

I forbid you maidens all that wear gold in your hair
To travel to Carter Haugh, for young Tam Lin is there.

Them that go by Carter Haugh, but they leave him a pledge
Either their mantels of green or else their maidenhead.

Janet tied her kirtle green a bit above her knee
And she's gone to Carter Haugh as fast as go can she.

She doth pull the double rose, a rose but only two
And up then came young Tam Lin, says lady pull no more.

And why come you to Carter Haugh without command from me
I'll come and go, young Janet said, and ask no leave of thee.

Janet tied her kirtle green a little bit above her knee
And she's gone to her father as fast as go can she.

Then up spoke her father dear, and he spoke meek and mild
Well alas Janet, he said, I think you go with child.

Well if that be so, Janet said, myself shall bear the blame
There's not a knight in all your halls shall get the baby's name.

For if my love were an earthly knight, as he is an elfin grey
I'll not change my own true love for any knight you have.

Janet tied her kirtle green a bit above her knee
And she's gone to Carter Haugh as fast as go can she.

Oh tell to me Tam Lin she said, why came you here to dwell
The Queen of Fairy's caught me when from my horse I fell.

And at the end of seven years she pays a tithe to hell
I so fair and full of flesh am feared it is myself.

But tonight is Halloween and the fairy court rides
Those that would let true love win, At Miles' Cross they must hide.

First let pass the horses black and let pass the brown
Quickly run to the white steed and pull the rider down.

For I ride on the white steed, the nearest to the town
For I was an earthly knight, they give me that renown.

They will turn me in your arms to a newt or a snake
Hold me tight and fear not, I am your baby's father.

And they will turn me in your arms into a lion bold
Hold me tight and fear not and you will love your child.

And they will turn me in your arms into a naked knight
Cloak me in your mantle and keep me out of sight.

And in the middle of the night she heard the bridle ring
She heeded what he did say and young Tam Lin did win.

Then up spoke the fairy queen, an angry queen was she
Who betide her ill-farr'd face, an ill death may she die.

Oh had I known Tam Lin, she said, what this night I did see
I'd have looked him in the eye and turned him to a tree


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: ollaimh
Date: 25 Oct 11 - 10:01 PM

you probably shouldn't sing bonney suzie clelland--a burning song or andrew lammie--a great song but essentially about an honor killing--no accounting for lowlanders.

hughen the bard did a book of pagan songs that might still be out there. i just sing old celtic ballads.


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Subject: RE: Pagan/Wiccan songs for Samhain?
From: Joe Offer
Date: 31 Oct 15 - 07:10 PM

I got a call from Robert Rodriquez this afternoon. He wishes a happy Samhain to all. And to those of other persuasions, a happy Guy Fawkes Day on November 5. Guess that covers the bases.
-Joe-


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