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Custer LaRue Sings The Dæmon Lover: Traditional Ballads & Songs of England, Scotland & America


Custer LaRue Sings The Dæmon Lover: Traditional Ballads & Songs of England, Scotland & America

Custer LaRue Sings The Dæmon Lover: Traditional Ballads & Songs of England, Scotland & America
DOR-90174
Artist: Custer LaRue
Genre: Acoustic/Folk/Traditional
Price: $15.99 
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Deep at the root there is no essential difference between folk music and art music; they are varied blossoms from the same stock, grown to serve a similar purpose, if destined for different tables.   Originally they spring from the same area of man's mind; their divergence is a matter of history, of social and cultural stratification.   Traditionally, art music is a diversion for the educated classes, while folk music is one of the most intimate, reassuring and embellishing possessions of the poor.
- A. L. Lloyd, Folk Song in England
Performers:

Custer LaRue, Soprano
The Baltimore Consort

Composers:

Various

1. The House Carpenter (The Daemon Lover) - West Virginia (1933)
2. Binnorie (The Twa Sisters) - Northumbrian Minstrelsy (1882)
3. Farewell To Tarwathie - Tarwathie, Scotland (c. 1850)
4. Fare Ye Well, Lovely Nancy - Hampshire (1909)
5. Lord Ronald - Airds of Kells, Scotland (c. 1830)
6. The Cuckoo - Somerset (c. 1908)
7. Geordie - The Scots Musical Museum IV (1792)
8. The Fox Went Out on a Chilly Night - Custer LaRue (1992)
9. Queen Jane - Kentucky (1917)
10. The Sprig of Thyme - Dorsetshire (1906)
11. Edward - Tennessee (1917)
12. The Ash Grove - The Song Book (1866)
13. Early One Morning - Popular Music of Olden Time (1859)
14. Jesus Born in Beth'ny - Virginia (1932)
15. The Carnal and the Crane - Herefordshire (1909)
16. Lulle, Lullay - Tennessee (1934)



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