Jean Ritchie - Carols Of All Seasons album
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Carols Of All Seasons. Jean Ritchie - The Kentucky Cherry Tree Carol 03:30. Jean Ritchie - Dame Get Up And Bake Your Pies 00:53. Jean Ritchie - I Saw Three Ships 01:25. Jean Ritchie - The Flower Carol 01:35. Jean Ritchie - The May Day Carol 01:42. Jean Ritchie - Down In Yon Forest 01:31. Jean Ritchie - Brightest And Best 03:06.
Carols of All Seasons is a 1959 studio album by American folk singer Jean Ritchie. It was recorded with two classical musicians, which is not unusual for the late 1950s. The sound anticipates the slightly baroque arrangements that Shirley Collins would later use on Anthems in Eden. As well as some often heard carols, there are some rare ones ("Dame Get up and Bake Your Pies") and four unique ones - carols that Jean had learned while she was a child in the Appalachian mountains. In particular "Cherry Tree of Cumberland" has a haunting quality
Carols for All Seasons. Jean Ritchie - The Carnal and the Crane 00:43. Jean Ritchie - I Saw Three Ships 01:24. Jean Ritchie - Dames Get up and Bake Your Pies 00:51. Jean Ritchie - Children Go Where I Send Thee 02:11. Jean Ritchie - Down in Yon Forest 01:30. Jean Ritchie - Brightest and Best 03:05. Jean Ritchie - Cherry Tree of Cumberlands 03:28. Jean Ritchie - The Pig Went Out to Dig 01:20. Jean Ritchie - Christ Church Bells 01:07.
Carols For All Seasons. Style: pop. Album year: 1997. Jean Ritchie - Christ Was Born In Bethlehem 03:21. Jean Ritchie - Cherry Tree Of Cumberlands 03:30. Jean Ritchie - Christ Church Bells 01:10. Jean Ritchie - The Carnal And The Crane 00:46.
Jean Ritchie (December 8, 1922 – June 1, 2015) was an American folk music singer, songwriter, and Appalachian dulcimer player. Her career formed a kind of bridge between the traditional and modern forms of folk music: in her youth she learned folksongs in the traditional way (orally, from her family and members of her community); and in adulthood she became a successful modern folksinger, promulgating songs in public through concerts and recordings. She was called by some the "Mother of Folk".
Carols Of All Seasons (Digitally Remastered). 4 more albums featuring this track. Jean Ritchie (December 8, 1922 – June 1, 2015) was an American folk singer and Appalachian dulcimer player. Became known as "The Mother of Folk". View full artist profile. Play all. Doc Watson.
Jean Ritchie, who brought hundreds of traditional songs from her native Appalachia to a wide audience - singing of faith and unfaithfulness, murder and revenge, love unrequited and love lost - and in the process helped ignite the folk song revival of the mid-20th century, died on Monday at her home in Berea, Ky. She was 92. Her niece Judy Hudson confirmed the death. Her first solo album, Jean Ritchie Singing the Traditional Songs of Her Kentucky Mountain Family, was released in 1952. That year, Ms. Ritchie received a Fulbright scholarship that enabled her to travel to Britain to study the roots of her family’s songs. Her other honors include, in 2002, a National Heritage Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, considered the nation’s highest award in the traditional arts.
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Ever wonder what Christmas carols sounded like back in time when the finest form of transportation was by horse and wearing armor was a hip fashion statement? Well then, the second release of 2006 by Blackmore's Night, Winter Carols, may offer some insight. As with their previous efforts, the music on Winter Carols is of the folk variety. And while the majority of the songs are traditional compositions, there are also a few originals, including "Winter (Basse Dance)," which includes some simply gorgeous acoustic guitar doodling by once Fender Strat/Marshall.
|The Carnal And The Crane|
|I Saw Three Ships|
|Dame Get Up And Bake You Pies|
|Children Go Where I Send Thee|
|Down In Yon Forest|
|Brightest And Best|
|Cherry Tree Carol|
|The Pig Went Out To Dig|
|Christ Church Bells|
|The Flower Carol|
|The May Day Carol|
|The Cambridgeshire May Song|
|The Holy Well|
|The Little Family|
|Christ Was Born In Bethlehem|
|The Holly Bears The Berry|
|TLP 1031||Jean Ritchie||Carols Of All Seasons (LP)||Tradition Records||TLP 1031||US||1959|
|TCD-1058||Jean Ritchie||Carols For All Seasons (CD, Album, Mono, RE)||Tradition, Rykodisc||TCD-1058||US||1997|