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Folklife Quarterly,

48 A4 pages of

news, listings & a few ads,

has 3 sections

(1) Folk News from our Members

Clubs & Venues, Performers, Services, Festival & Workshop Diary

(2) FT -- Folklife Traditions pages, as below

(3) Listings including FT Listings

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FQ includes these FOLKLIFE TRADITIONS pages, and we have a large online ARCHIVE

● Articles ● Song, tune, & notes ● Talks & Conferences ● Folklife listings ● Publications announced

● Folklife Institutions: intro., notes, articles, news ● Seasonal Celebrations: list with photos by Doc Rowe, and other contributions

Below: Archive of all issues, plus index.

Links to individual FTs from this "FT" page [which is www.folklife.org.uk/ft.html ]

All online FT facsimiles (A4) are on our FT e-magazine website, https://issuu.com/traditions-uk

See also (on this Folklife website) about FT contributions

About FT ~ and notes for 1st-time users ~ is on a separate webpage

Archive of Folklife Traditions pages.

An index by issue.

  • FT pages are part of Folklife Quarterly print mag

Each issue & its contents are listed below.

Print magazines, copied online

  • subject to permissions and copyrights of the contributors.

Online material is in black; everything except if listed in dark red italics = print only, not online.

  • Very occasionally, we might have permission to only reproduce a particular online image at a lower quality than print.

Each issue has an index below its cover-picture: contents in page order

(a) reseached articles ••••••••• (b) other material:

  • News from Folklife societies
  • Talks, Conferences, Exhibitions, etc., for the quarter
  • Publications
  • Folklife listings: 1-line summaries for Folklife Organisations and for Folklife Studies & Institutions
  • Seasonal Local Celebrations: a list with photos by Doc Rowe
  • Directory Updates as received
 

BELOW is an INDEX by ISSUE

Or

for a Folklife Traditions INDEX by AUTHOR or SUBJECT è

see a dedicated page on our Folklife Directory website

where you can click on links to appropriate issue

(http://www.folklife-directory.uk/ft--index.html)

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SEE ALSO

our WALES website

"Bywyd Gwerin Cyfeiriadur

"Folklife Directory"

which includes more on Welsh-language traditions, including articles which will be copied to FT; also available as e-magazine.

  • Listings: bilingual.
  • Articles: mostly in English

www.bywyd-gwerin.cymru

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2018 Jan - FT 56

To be published as part of the print magazine

Folklife Quarterly,

2018 Jan 1.

 

Deadline Nov 20.

 

It will be indexed and added online, about 3 weeks after print publication date.

 

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2017 Apr - FT 53

10 A4 pages (mono)

Article: 'The Trees They Do Grow

High',Ian Pittaway, p25-27

Songs & notes: ‘The Lakes of Cold

Finn’, sung by Arthur Nightingale, Gwilym Davies, p28

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Folklife Studies & Societies News/Diary:

• Gloucestershire Traditions; TASC Dartmoor Stepdance project; publications (Musical Traditions, Saydisc, Folk Music from Greece), p29

• Folk21; FLS; TSF, p30

Online Directory:

Quarterly Updates Folklife Tradns p32

1-line Summary Listings

● List 7, Folklife Societies: Assoc'ns,

Trusts,Organisations p48

● List 8, Folklife Studies &

Institutions p49

● List 9: Seasonal Local Celebrations,

Apr-Jun, + photos, by Doc Rowe, p30, p50

2017 Jul - FT 54

13 A4 pages (mono)

Song & notes: The Chivalrous Shark,

contrib. Charles Menteith p25

Article: Angelus ad virginem: why

early music and traditional music share the same gene pool, contrib. Ian Pittaway p26-28

Song & notes: Banks of the Sweet

Dundee, sung by Basil Partridge, contrib. Gwilym Davies p29

• Article: Poor Portraits and Broken

Tokens by Roy & Lesley Adkins p30-31

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Folklife Studies & Societies

Recordings & books announced p31

Folklife News/Diary: Folklore

Society; Halsway Manor, p32

Folk21, Carpenter Collection, Glos Traditions, TSF p33

Wales: Trac’s Welsh Folk Songs resource; Eisteddfod p34

Online Directory:

no Updates Folklife Tradns this quarter

1-line Summary Listings

● List 7, Folklife Societies: Assoc'ns,

Trusts, Organisations p49

● List 8, Folklife Studies &

Institutions p50

● List 9: Seasonal Local Celebrations,

Apr-Jun, + photos, by Doc Rowe, p51

2017 Oct - FT 55

8 A4 pages mono + 1 A4 page colour;

preceded by FQ cover

Article: The British Salamanders’ by

Roy & Lesley Adkins, p27-29

• Report: Dartmoor Broom & Step

Dance Championships, p29

• Song & notes: ‘Beautiful Nancy

(Jimmy and Nancy)’, sung by Mrs P

Wiggett, contrib. Gwilym Davies, p30

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Folklife Studies & Societies:

Folklife News & Diary

Folklore Society; Traditional Song Forum; EFDSS; VWML; p31

Folk21; Glos Traditions; announcing recordings (Musical Traditions, Saydisc) & books (Gibraltar, Roy & Lesley Adkins; book sale); p32

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Online Directory:

~ http://www.folklife-directory.uk ~

1-line Summary Listings

● List 7, Folklife Societies: Assoc'ns,

Trusts,Organisations p46

● List 8, Folklife Studies &

Institutions p47

● List 9: Seasonal Local Celebrations,

Apr-Jun, + photos, by Doc Rowe, back cover, in colour (p48)

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2016 Apr - FT 49

11 A4 pages (mono)

To Welcome in the May, article,

Brian Bull, p27-28

' The Female Cabin Boy', article,

Roy & Lesley Adkins, p29

● ‘Polly Oliver’s Rambles', song +

notes, Martin Graebe, p30-31

● ‘Billy Johnson’s Ball', Ray Hartland,

Tirley, Glos, Song + notes, Gwilym Davies, p32

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'Publications News: CDs, p33

CD: 'I Wish There Were No Prisons';

Musical Traditions

News from Folklife societies,

Folk 21, p33

News items & diary, p24; p46

Online Directory:

Quarterly Updates Folklife Tradns p34

1-line Summary Listings

● List 7, Folklife Societies: Assoc'ns,

Trusts,Organisations p48

● List 8, Folklife Studies &

Institutions p49

● List 9: Seasonal Local Celebrations,

Apr-Jul, + photos, by Doc Rowe, p50

2016 Jul - FT 50

11 A4 pages (mono)

The Greenland Whale, article,

Brian Bull, p26-27

‘The Foggy Dew’, article,

Charles Menteith, p28-30

● ‘‘Claudy Banks (Cloddy Banks)’,

George ‘Daddy’ Lane, Winchcombe, Glos, song + notes, Gwilym Davies, p31

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News from Folklife societies,

Folk 21, p30

News items & diary,: trac, FLS,

Glos. Traditions, p32; Roy Palmer lecture, TSF, Songs Index; Mus. Trad.; Eisteddfod, p33

Online Directory:

Quarterly Updates Folklife Tradns p34

1-line Summary Listings

● List 7, Folklife Societies: Assoc'ns,

Trusts,Organisations p48

● List 8, Folklife Studies &

Institutions p49

● List 9: Seasonal Local Celebrations,

Jul-Sep, + photos, by Doc Rowe, p50

2016 Oct - FT 51

11 A4 pages (mono) + 2 FQ colour cover pages

• Song & notes: ‘The Gown so Green’,

sung by Harry Brazil, Sandhurst, Glos, contrib. Gwilym Davies p27

The Village Mumming Play', by Ron

Nurse p28-29

• Song & article: ‘The Holly and the

Ivy’ contrib. Brian Bull p30-31

Article:‘I trudge the morning dew

...’ by Roy & Lesley Adkins p31-32

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Folklife Societies News/Diary:

• Gloucestershire Traditions p32;

Folk21, FLS, TASC, TSF p33

• Folklife Studies: Musical Traditions

p33; Gwilym Davies, Researcher p34

Seasonal Local Celebrations,

Dartmoor Fayre p34

Online Directory:

Quarterly Updates Folklife Tradns p34

1-line Summary Listings

● List 7, Folklife Societies: Assoc'ns,

Trusts,Organisations p49

● List 8, Folklife Studies &

Institutions p50

● List 9: Seasonal Local Celebrations,

Oct-Dec, + photos, by Doc Rowe, p51

2017 Jan - FT 52

8 A4 pages (mono)

• Tunes & notes: 'From Kraków to

Bourton',Charles Menteith, p27

Songs & notes: ‘A New Year Song: Buff

Blow’,collected Gwilym Davies.

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Folklife Societies News/Diary:

• Gloucestershire Traditions,Folk21,

FLS, trac, TSF, Roud Indexes p28

• Folklife Studies:

Musical Traditions p29

Online Directory:

Quarterly Updates Folklife Tradns p34

1-line Summary Listings

● List 7, Folklife Societies: Assoc'ns,

Trusts,Organisations p45

● List 8, Folklife Studies &

Institutions p46

● List 9: Seasonal Local Celebrations,

Jan-Mar, + photos, by Doc Rowe, p47

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2015 Apr - FT 45

7 A4 pages (mono), +1 A4 colour insert

Tributes to Roy Palmer, Steve

Roud, Martin Graebe, & editor, p41-42

Gwilym Davies, song

‘The Barley Mow’', p42

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'Publications News: CDs and Books, p40

Book: Graebe, Shan: ‘Rosy Apples’,

Traditional Songs for Young Children, includes CD-R

CD: 'Vaughan Williams in Norfolk',

by Alan Helsdon, CD-ROM

News from Folklife societies, p41, p46

Folklore Society

● Traditional Song Forum meeting

● Folk Song Conference

● Roud Folk Song and Broadside Indexes

1-line Summary Listings

● List 7, Folklife Societies, p43

● List 8, Folklife Studies, p44

● List 9: Seasonal Local Celebrations,

Apr-Jul, + photos, by Doc Rowe, p45, p46

2015 Jul - FT 46

12 A4 pages (all mono)

A Propaganda Lullaby, Roy &

Lesley Adkins, p46-47

● ‘The Irish Girl’, Song + notes,

Charles Menteith, p42-43

● ‘Stow Fair’, Gwilym Davies,Song

+ notes, p43

Merêd: let’s celebrate the legacy

that he left by Mick Tems, p44-45

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'Publications News: CDs, p40

24 MT Records downloads now

online

Folklife Studies & Folklife Societies

News items & Diary, p40+45+50

● EFDSS Resource Bank, p47

● Workers’ Music Association, p45

Folklife traditions

● Minehead May Day, p50

● National Eisteddfod, p49

● International Eisteddfod, p50

1-line Summary Listings from our online Directory

● List 7, Folklife Societies, p41

● List 8, Folklife Studies, p48

● List 9: Seasonal Local Celebrations,

Jul-Oct, list + photos, by Doc Rowe, p51

2015 Oct - FT 47

10 A4 pages (mono) + extra 1 colour

Women Who Went To War, Roy &

Lesley Adkins, p40

● ‘Jan’s Courtship’, Archer Goode,

Cheltenham, Song + notes, Gwilym Davies, p41

Lost in the Arctic: The Story of the

Franklin Expedition, Brian Bull, p42-43

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Directory Quarterly Updates for

Lists 7-9, Folklife Traditions p38

1-line Summary Listings from our online Directory

● List 7, Folklife Societies, p39

● List 8, Folklife Studies &

Institutions, p44

● List 9: Seasonal Local Celebrations,

Oct-Dec, Wales list p46;UK list + photos, by Doc Rowe, p47

'Publications News: CDs,

Musical Traditions, p45

Folklife Studies & Folklife Societies

News items & Diary, p45-46

2015 Jan - FT 48

10 A4 pages (mono) + extra 1 colour

'Joseph Ritson, Song Collector', Roy &

Lesley Adkins, p42

● ‘The Bold Keeper', Harry Brazil,

Sandhurst, Glos, Song + notes, Gwilym Davies, p38

Here we come a-wassailing, Brian

Bull, p43-44

● ‘Spanish Ladies', Song + notes,

Richard Hicks, p40-41

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Directory Quarterly Updates for

Lists 7-9, Folklife Traditions p37a

1-line Summary Listings from our

online Directory

● List 7, Folklife Societies, p39

● List 8, Folklife Studies &

Institutions, p45

● List 9: Seasonal Local Celebrations,

Oct-Dec, UK list + photos, by Doc Rowe, p47; "Mari Lwyd", Mick Tems, p47

'Publications News: CDs,

Oral Traditions of Suffolk; Saydisc;

Musical Traditions p46

Folklife Studies & Folklife Societies

News items & Diary, p44

● The Full English Extra, 3 more

archives, p46

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2014 Apr - FT 41

7 A4 pages (6 mono, 1 colour)

Roy & Lesley Adkins,

The Standing Stones Ballad, p42-43

Charles Menteith, song

‘To Mow My Meadow’, p41

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1-line Summary Listings

● Folklife Societies, p49

● Folklife Studies & Institutions, p49

News from Folklife societies

● Talks, Conferences, Exhibitions,

p41, p43

Publications

● Musical Traditions Records

(Rod Stradling), Cecilia Costello, 

Old Fashioned Songs, 2 CDs + booklet, p40

● Mike Salter: book,

All About The Morris, p40

Seasonal Local Celebrations.

Colour photos, p46

● A list by Doc Rowe (this quarter), p45

Cadi Ha, from Frances Jones, p43

● Gŵyl Ifan, from Dai James, p46

2014 Jul - FT 42

10 A4 pages (mono), +1/4 colour

Roy Palmer,

The Frolicksome Keeper’, p40-42

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Publications News: CDs and Books

CDs, Musical Traditions Records,

Caroline Hughes, Sheep-Crook and Black Dog; various, I Pray You Pay Attention and listen to my song, p37

Books, Open Book Publishers, David

Atkinson, The Anglo-Scottish Ballad and its Imaginary Contexts, p37

Books, Ashgate Publishing, Street

Ballads in Nineteenth-Century Britain, Ireland, and North America, Ed. David Atkinson, Steve Roud, p37

CDs, Topic, ed. Reg Hall, Peter

Kennedy 1950s field recordings, p46

Website with recordings: Irish

Traditional Music Archive, p46

News from Folklife societies

●  Malcolm Taylor steps down, p43
●  Diary: Talks & Conferences, p46

Directory of Folklife Societies:

Folklife Members, p38-39

1-line Summary Listings

● Folklife Studies & Institutions, p39

Seasonal Local Celebrations.

● A list by Doc Rowe, this quarter, p44

● 2014 Minehead, p45

● Llangollen Intern'l Eisteddfod, p45

● The National Eisteddfod of Wales,

p46, colour photos, p47

2014 Oct - FT 43

10 A4 pages (mono),

+ [inserted] FQ colour cover

Roy Palmer, 'F-F-D (sh-sh-sh)”,

The Foggy-foggy Dew, p40-42

Roy & Lesley Adkins, The

Handloom Weaver & the Factory

Maid , p44-45

Charles Menteith, song

‘The Oyster Girl’, p43

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Publications News: CDs and Books

CDs, Gwilym Davies, Tom Goblin

– and other tales of mystery and intrigue, p38

Books, Helen Forder, David

Atkinson, The Anglo-Scottish Ballad and its Imaginary Contexts, p38

Books, Roy & Lesley Adkins,

'Eavesdropping on Jane Austen's

England'; reviewed hardback, FT 38, now paperback, p38

News from Folklife societies

Single Gloucester Project, p45, +

[inserted] photo on FQ colour cover

● Diary: Talks & Conferences, p45

● Folklife Studies: Cicely Fox Smith

remembered, p46

● EFDSS: new Director VWML, p46

1-line Summary Listings

● List 7, Folklife Societies, p39

● List 8, Folklife Studies, p39

● List 9: Seasonal Local Celebrations,

Oct-Dec, photos, by Doc Rowe, p47

2015 Jan - FT 44

10 A4 pages (mono), +1/4 colour

Roy & Lesley Adkins,'Drive the Cold

Winter Away', p43-44

Gwilym Davies, song

All Through the Drunk', p45

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'Publications News: CDs and Books, all p40

Book: Ingram, Peter: ‘Wagtail Tale’,

Gypsy Life of Bygone Days: the 1961 summer of Welsh Border Gypsies Jimmy and Katie Lock; illus. K. B. Morgan

Book: Rouse, Andrew: ‘Mr Pepys and

the Turk: Popular Constructs of the “Turk” in England’

CD: Musical Traditions Records, Sam

Larner, 'Cruising Round Yarmouth', rec.

Ewan MacColl & Peggy Seeger, double CD

News from Folklife societies, p44

Single Gloucester Project 2014-15 plans

● Nonsuch Dulcimer Club

● Diary: Talks & Conferences

1-line Summary Listings

● List 7, Folklife Societies, p41

● List 8, Folklife Studies, p42

● List 9: Seasonal Local Celebrations,

Jan-Mar, + photos, by Doc Rowe, p46

• some date changes p45

• Ottery Tar Barrels, note by Colin

Davies p45; photos p47

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10 A4 pages (mono), plus

front cover was 1 of Doc's photos (colour)

'Block Ornaments’

by Roy & Lesley Adkins, p39

The 'Arlingham Murder' ballads

by Roy Palmer, p40

'Cockades'

by Roy & Lesley Adkins, p41

‘The Nutting Girl’,

from Charles Menteith, p42

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Short Courses, Schools, & Workshops:

● Diary, and News items, p44-45

Talks & Conferences, p39

Folklife listings

● 1-line summaries, p46

Publications

● book 'The Coleford Jig', Charles

Menteith & Paul Burgess, p39

● Veteran: news; CD 'Easy & Bold'

(John & Tim Lyons), p43

Seasonal Local Celebrations

2-page Insert

● A list with photos by Doc Rowe

● ‘Some West Somerset traditions’,

by Eileen Ann Moore/Jim Parham

2013 Jul - FT 38

8 A4 pages (mono), plus

entire p2 was photo: Jim Parham'

 

The Song and the Place:

‘Here’s the Tender Coming’ by Roy & Lesley Adkins p41

Welsh Border Morris: ‘The Pershore

Not For Joes’ [2], p42-43

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News from Folklife societies

● EFDSS Digital Archive p43-

Talks, Conferences, & Exhibitions p44

Publications p45-46

● 'Eavesdropping on Jane Austen's

England', Roy & Lesley Adkins, review by Eds., p45

● Musical Traditions Internet

Magazine, Rod Stradling, p46

Seasonal Local Celebrations

● ‘Minehead Hobby Horse 2013’,

by Jim Parham, p46

● A list with photos by Doc Rowe

for this quarter, p47

2013 Oct - FT 39

7 A4 pages (mono), plus

front cover 2 colour illustrations

The Loss of the Centaur by Roy

Palmer, p44-45 … ( illus., p1)

The Death of Saint Monday

by Roy & Lesley Adkins, p43

… ( illus., p1)

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Directory Updates in full p41

1-line Summary Listings

● Folklife Societies, p42

● Folklife Studies & Institutions, p42

Publications

● Veteran address note, p43

News from Folklife societies:

● Talks, Conferences, Exhibitions, p46

Seasonal Local Celebrations

● Note "Pearlies Harvest Festival",

Carole Jolly, LPKQ Secretary p46

● A list with photos by Doc Rowe

for this quarter, p47

2014 Jan - FT 40

8 A4 pages (7 mono, plus

1 colour photos)

Roy & Lesley Adkins,

‘Beating the Bounds’, p41

Roy Palmer, ‘Ballad Singers of

the Border’: J. Kyrle Fletcher, p42-43

Charles Menteith,

‘The Life of a Man’, p44

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1-line Summary Listings

● Folklife Societies, p42

● Folklife Studies & Institutions, p42

News from Folklife societies:

● Talks, Conferences, Exhibitions, p43

● An Introduction to the Song

Collectors Collective, by Sam Lee & James McDonald, p45 … ( illus., p1)

Publications

● Musical Traditions Records,

from Rod Stradling, p39

Seasonal Local Celebrations

● Chris Ridley, ‘Hurling the Silver

Ball’, p46

● R James Parham,

‘Exmoor Traditions’, p46

● A list for this quarter by Doc Rowe,

photo, p47; § colour photos p48

Workshops,Courses, Schools

Having started these new listings in Apr 2012 … they grew !

So in Jul 2013, we moved them from our FT pages to a separate section in Folklife Quarterly - no longer in FT pages

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Note: from this issue, FT was re-numbered; using the same number as the Folklife Quarterly in which it is now published

2012 Apr - FWJ 07a

Folklife Diary, in Folklife West mag.

12 A4 pages (mono)

2nd of 2 6-monthly Folklife Diaries

alternating with full FWJs.

From FWJ 07a, full index of

all contents (except adverts)

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Charles Menteith ‘The Butcher and The Parson’, p 12

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Directory Updates, & 1-line Listings

Folklife Studies, Organisations, Media, Services, pp 2-4

Folklife Diary

conferences & talks, p11

NEW LISTINGS added

short courses & workshops, pp 5, 7

Publications: CDs, p9

Sarah McQuaid: ‘The Plum Tree and The Rose

● Steve Turner: ‘Rim of the Wheel

● Mitch Reynolds: Thunder in the Wind

Publications: reviews, p 9

● CD, Pholk Law: Defend The Fire, review by Bill Pullen

Seasonal Local Celebrations

list by Doc Rowe, pp10-11

2012 Jul - FWJ 08

20 A4 pages (mono)

Ballad Printers of Herefordshire, by Roy Palmer: 3. Leominster & Ross p14-17

Dave Jones, Welsh Border Morris:

~ ‘The Much Wenlock Stick Dance'

music only (FWJ 07 cont'd), p18

~‘The Pershore Morris’, p18-19

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Societies & Institutions:

● EFDSS, from Katy Spicer, Chief Executive, p8-9

● Gloucester Folk Museum from David Rice, Curator, p9

● trac (Traddodiadau Cerdd Cymru/ Music Traditions Wales), from Blanche Rowe, p10

● St Fagans National History Museum / Amgueddfa Werin Cymru, p11

Diary & Listings

● 1-line Listings p2-3

● Directory Updates p7

● short courses, schools, workshops, p4-7

● conferences & talks p7

Publications: Books, p11-12

'Jack Tar: … ordinary seamen in Nelson’s navy', by Roy & Lesley Adkins)

Bert: The Life and Times of A. L. Lloyd by Dave Arthur

New Penguin Book of English Folk Songs, ed Steve Roud & Julia Bishop

Publications: reviews, p13

CD Steve Turner: ‘Rim of the Wheel’ review by Bill Smith

Seasonal Local Celebrations

A list with photos, by Doc Rowe, p20

FWJ name change to

Folklife Traditions

from this issue

( "FT09" followed "FWJ 08")

2013 Jan - FT 36

12 A4 pages (mono) +

pics on FQ covers (colour)

 

Centenary celebrations of 'The Folk-lore of Herefordshire’, from John and Jane Baxter, p35

'Shipmates' by Roy Palmer, p36-38

● 'The Ratcatcher's Daughter', from Charles Menteith, p38

Dave Jones, Welsh Border Morris: ‘The Pershore Not For Joes’ [1], p40-41

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Short Courses, Schools, & Workshops:

● Diary, and News items pp42-44

Talks & Conferences, p45

Folklife listings

● 1-line summaries & Updates from our Directory, pp44-45

Seasonal Local Celebrations

● A list with photos, by Doc Rowe (inc colour photos) p46 + covers

● ‘Hurling the Silver Ball’, by Chris Ridley, p46

● ‘Wassailing’, by Eileen Ann Moore/Jim Parham, p46

2012 Oct - FT 09

Originally 20 A4 pages (mono):

of which 14 pages

= Folklife Traditions Directory

 

●'I'll be up Your Way Next Week', from Charles Menteith, p2

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Short Courses, Workshop Diary

p1, p4, p5

Societies & Institutions

● trac Big Experiment 2012 p3

● EFDSS Vaughan Williams Lbrary online p3

Publications

Ffylantin-tŵ! p5

Conferences & Talks p6

Folklife Traditions Directory, not online here, as now replaced by online Directory - see homepage

 

[the usual listings & Doc Rowe's list being replaced by the Directory for this issue)

From FWJ o8,

FWJ is quarterly

 

SOME RESEARCHED ARTICLES also available as PDFs ...

[ FWJ 08 ]

● Roy Palmer, Ballad Printers of Herefordshire, 3. Leominster & Ross

J8-RP-H3.pdf

With Oct 2012 name change to

FOLKLIFE TRADITIONS,

 

within the FQ (FOLKLIFE QUARTERLY) pages,

 

folk-club-type material is moved out to elsewhere in FQ

eg Folk music CDs news now appears in FQ's Performers pages

As well as viewing magazines in e-mag format online, you can also download some earlier articles as PDFs.

  • These were linked to our old site, folklife-west.co.uk, on the old folklife-west FT page.
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Battle between Spring & Langan

Until the seventy-third round

these champions kept the field

 

Reform Song

Our Tory foes will ne'er turn back

 

Country Statute

So now stand up for wages, lads,

Before that you do hire.

There's rolling Gin

the hemp will spin,

And Sal will mind the dairy,

And John will kiss the mistress

When the master he is weary

2010 Aug - FWJ 05

24 A4 pages (mono)

● Charles Menteith,

‘The Scarlet and the Blue’, p3

● Marilyn Tucker, ‘Shore To Shore’: 400 years of folk connections between SW England & Newfoundland, p4-7

● Dave Jones, Welsh Border Morris: Cradley Morris Dance: [play] p.8-11

 Grenville Sheringham, songs to

Willikins and his Dinah tune: ‘Go Limp’ & ‘Threshing Machine’, p11

● Roy Palmer, Ballad Printers of Worcester, 5. H.F. Sefton, p12-18

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Publications -- all p19

● ‘Working Songs’, Roy Palmer

● ‘A Sweet Country Life’ [Sharp in

Tewkesbury], Richard Sermon

● The Lore of the Playground’,

Steve Roud

● online: Ballad printers of

Birmingham: Roy Palmer

2011 Apr - FWJ 06

20 A4 pages (mono)

 Roy Palmer, Ballad Printers of

Herefordshire, 1. Hereford, p6-9

 Charles Menteith, ‘Lilian’

(from Fred Pargeter), p10

 Bill Pullen, song to Willikins & his

Dinah tune: ‘The Molecatcher’, p10

 Dave Jones, Welsh Border Morris: ‘The Dilwyn Stick Dance’, p12-13

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Societies

 Wren Music: Baring-Gould Folk Song Archive digitised & online, p3-5

 The Folklore Society, An introduction by Dr Caroline Oates, p11

 Wren: Newfoundland trad. music & song, inc. historical background, p14

Publications

 online: Roud Folk Song and Broadside indexes updated, p16

 online: ‘English folk and traditional music on the Internet’ moves, p16

 Gloucestershire Folk Map leaflet, p16

 ‘A Hampshire Collection’, p17

 CDs trad. song, Glos & elsewhere, p17

2011 Oct - FWJ 06a

Folklife Diary, in Folklife West mag.

4 A4 pages (mono)

 

Researched Articles - none

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Societies

 Vaughan Williams Memorial Library

achieves MLA Designated status

(EFDSS) p22

Publications

 Vic Gammon: A L Lloyd ballad

collection out; Ashgate Book Sale; Vic Gammon Recordings p22

 Singing and Dancing Wherever She

Goes: A Life of Maud Karpeles p22

2012 Jan - FWJ 07

16 A4 pages (mono)

 

● Charles Menteith ‘The Berkshire

Tragedy’ (from Frank Jeal), p2

● Roy Palmer Ballad Printers of Herefordshire, 2, Ledbury, p1, p3, p4-7

● Dave Jones, Welsh Border Morris’:

‘Much Wenlock Stick Dance’, p12-13

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Societies

● New Website of Gloucestershire

Christmas Songs & Traditions, by Carol Davies, p 15

Publications

● Book: Mike Raven,

West Midlands Ballads, p 15

FWJ 06a and FWJ 07a were the

FWJ Diary = no researched articles

as preparation for

  1. quarterly FWJ or FWJ Diary
  2. including FWJ within Folklife West from 1/1/2012

FWJ and Folk West:

we always wanted to have 1 publication - we didn't have time & technology for combined magazine.

Retired & bought a new computer, so from 1/1/2012: -

FWJ available as part of the new combined publication, Folklife West

 Marilyn Tucker, ‘Shore To Shore’: folk connections SW England & Newfoundland, J5-Nfld.pdf

 Roy Palmer, Ballad Printers of Worcester, 5. H.F. Sefton

J5-RP5. pdf

● Roy Palmer, Ballad Printers of Herefordshire, 1. Hereford

J6-RP-H1.pdf

● Wren Music: Baring-Gould Folk Song Archive digitised & online

J6-BGFSA.pdf

● The Folklore Society J6-FLS.pdf

● Roy Palmer, Ballad Printers of Herefordshire, 2. Ledbury

J7-RP-H2.pdf

● Wren Music: Baring-Gould Folk Song Archive digitised & online

J7-GlosXmas.pdf

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FWJ 1 , a special Worcs issue, assisted by an Awards for All grant, distributed free to Worcs local community groups, venues, clubs, Tourist Offices, libraries. Usual contents, + 'folk club' material normally in our "Folk West".

2008 Dec - FWJ 02

24 A4 pages (mono)

Charles Menteith, ‘The Withy Tree Carol’, a version from Evesham, p3

 Dave Jones, Welsh Border Morris: ‘The Village Teams’, p4-7

Roy Palmer, “Not the Good Old Times”, George Swinford’s narrative of rural life p8-9

Roy Palmer, Ballad Printers of Worcester, 2: Samuel Gamidge, p10-14, 24

Geoff Davies, What is Folk? p16

Christopher Ridley, Bodmin Folk Club: A Short History p17

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Societies

Ron Shuttleworth's Collection: Morris Ring Folk Play Archive, p15

Publications

‘Romany Road’ magazine, p18

Reviews

Veteran CDs; Traveller’s Joy; The Folklore of Discworld; The Folklore of the Black Country p18-19

2009 Jun - FWJ 03

24 A4 pages (mono)

Charles Menteith, ‘Down At The Suicide Arms’, p3

Dave Jones, Welsh Border Morris: 'The Brimfield Morris Dance', p4-6

Roy Palmer, Ballad Printers of Worcester, 3: James & John Grundy, George & Thomas Lewis, Thomas Hayes, p7-11

Bill Pullen, Winchcombe Mummers Play & Morris (Winchcombe Cavalcade, Eleanor Adlard, 1939) p12-13

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Societies

The Folklore Society, introduction, Dr Caroline Oates p14-15

EFDSS ‘Take 6’ Archive Website p16-18

Publications

Why Dance? review, Paul Burgessp21

CD: Down Upon Old Dartymoor p21

2009 Dec - FWJ 04

20 A4 pages (mono)

Charles Menteith, Two Songs to the Same Tune:

~ Willikins and his Dinah

~ The Back-to-front Song: p3

Dave Jones, Welsh Border Morris: 'Bromsberrow Heath', p4-6

Roy Palmer, Ballad Printers of Worcester, 4. Richard Houghton p7-9

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Societies

‘Vesta Tilley Society’ formed p10-12

Wren Music: Devon Tradition project, Baring-Gould Heritage Project p13-14

EFDSS: Arts Council funding p15 EFDSS: Cecil Sharp Diaries online p14

Publications

The Fallibroome Collection, p16

Phonofossils CDs review Cresby , p16

2006 Sep - FWJ 01

20 A4 pages (incl. colour photos)

 ‘A Worcestershire Folk Club: Somers Traditional Folk Club' p3-4

 Dave Jones, Welsh Border Morris: ‘Introduction’ & ‘Evesham Morris Dances’ p5-7

Charles Menteith, ‘Worcestershire Songs: “Bill The Weaver” & “Now on that hill …" p8-9

 Eric Payne “Mud, Dust and Noise”: Whitman’s Hill Quarry, p11

Roy Palmer, Ballad Printers of Worcester, 1. John Butler’ p12-13

Roy Palmer, ‘Cecil Sharp at Evesham’, p14-15

Robert Wimbury ‘Worcs Memories: A Worcs Coronation Pageant’ p17

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Societies

Worcs. Folklife’s Recording Facilities’ p17 ‘Holly & Mistletoe Auctions’ p18 ‘Worcs Chinese Association’ p18

Publications

‘Romany Road’ magazine p18

‘The Folklore of Worcestershire’ (Roy Palmer), reviewed Eds p2

Worcestershire Festivals, & Performers

Upton Folk Festival: photos by Colin Davies p.10 ‘Just Latin Salsa’,

‘Food & Folk’, ‘Dampiers Round’, ‘Appleyard Dancers’, p18-19

As well as viewing magazines in e-mag format online, you can also download some earlier articles as PDFs

[ FWJ 01 ]

Roy Palmer, Ballad Printers of Worcester: 1, John Butler J1-RP1.pdf

[ FWJ 02 ]

Roy Palmer, 2, Samuel Gamidge

J2-RP2.pdf

Reviews J2-reviews.pdf

Roy Palmer, Ballad Printers of Worcester, 3 [as above] J3-RP3.pdf

Bill Pullen, Winchcombe Mummers Play & Morris J3-winchc.pdf

Folklore Society J3-FLS.pdf

EFDSS ‘Take 6’ archive website

J3-Take6.pdf

Roy Palmer, Ballad Printers of Worcester, 4, Richard Houghton

J4-RP4.pdf

‘Vesta Tilley Society’ J4-Vesta.pdf

Societies, talks J4-societies.pdf

From FWJ 2, ALL issues have the following, revised quarterly, not listed above

  • Talks, Conferences, Exhibitions, etc., for the quarter
  • Folklife listings: 1-line summaries for Folklife Organisations and for Folklife Studies
  • Seasonal Local Celebrations: a list with photos by Doc Rowe
  • Directory Updates as received

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