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Trio of North East Songs - Carolyn Robson

Trio of North East Songs - Carolyn Robson

Carolyn Robson put together this collection of North East songs in preparation for a teacher training event held at Sage Gateshead as part of The Full English project.  They are suitable for singing with Key Stage 1 and 2 children and staff.

 

You can download a PDF with scores of the songs, arranged for primary schools, from the PDF tab at the top of this panel.  You can also download audio recordings of the songs from the audio tab at the top of this panel.


The songs are:

Lavender's Blue (http://www.vwml.org/record/COL/5/30A)

The Mony Faads (http://www.vwml.org/record/LEB/4/50/1)

Aboot the bush, Willy (http://www.vwml.org/record/LEB/4/216/2)

 

 

More videos

  • Audio 1: Lavender's Blue - tune (Carolyn Robson)

    Download: mp3(549.03KB) ogg(780.28KB)
  • Audio 2: Lavender's Blue - harmony (Carolyn Robson)

    Download: mp3(592.81KB) ogg(822.40KB)
  • Audio 3: The Mony Faads - tune (Carolyn Robson)

    Download: mp3(426.28KB) ogg(618.28KB)
  • Audio 4: The Mony Faads - harmony (Carolyn Robson)

    Download: mp3(416.09KB) ogg(607.03KB)
  • Audio 5: Aboot the Bush, Willy - tune (Carolyn Robson)

    Download: mp3(325.93KB) ogg(468.62KB)
  • Audio 6: Aboot the Bush, Willy - harmony (Carolyn Robson)

    Download: mp3(380.23KB) ogg(543.83KB)

Digital Archive records related to this item

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Maps on the Full English site related to this item

Note that these links take you to the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library website which holds the full archival details of the material. Material on the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library website is not censored or expurgated and may contain material considered offensive by modern standards.