[NSP] Re: Winter tunes

2007-12-06 Thread Ian Lawther
I've had replies to this letting me know its Shrove Tuesday which might be a stretch to count as the current season - but I may just stretch it. My thinking with it is that Chevy Chase is used at the game, The Lads of Alnwick take part in it and Lamshaw's Fancy could round out the set as

[NSP] Re: Winter tunes

2007-12-06 Thread Colin
the dots somewhere and it's driving me mad). Colin Hill - Original Message - From: Gibbons, John [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: nsp@cs.dartmouth.edu Sent: Thursday, December 06, 2007 12:47 PM Subject: [NSP] Re: Winter tunes Snowy Monday? But not very Xmassy this year, or any year in London John

[NSP] Re: Winter tunes

2007-12-06 Thread Dru Brooke-Taylor
If you've got the Green Piper's Pocket Book, there's Old Towler, which is wholly secular but also sort of half belongs to the South Yorkshire carolling tradition. The words definitely belong to the cold half of the year. Dru Brooke-Taylor On 5 Dec 2007, at 22:47, Ian Lawther wrote: In a

[NSP] Re: Winter tunes

2007-12-05 Thread Julia . Say
On 5 Dec 2007, Ian Lawther wrote: One choice is The Cold Nights Of Winter, Is there any music associated with other traditions at this time of year The Frost is all over The Hogmanay Jig... Julia To get on or off this list see list information at