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DW0013: Three Folk Songs

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The David Watkins Collection VOLUME XIII
Three Folk Songs
for Violin & Harp
(with or without pedals)
Arranged by Michael Bochmann & David Watkins

The Clergyman’s Lamentation
Moll in the Wadd
The Foggy, Foggy, Dew

The Clergyman's Lamentation: This haunting melody was written by the famous blind Irish harpist, O'Carolan. This Clergyman was sad, as for political reasons, he was not allowed to preach in his own church. Moll In The Wadd: We do not know who Moll was, or what she got stuck in, but this joyful Irish jig certainly released her from whatever it was perhaps a gangster gave her some money?!! The Foggy, Foggy, Dew: This is one of the most famous folk tunes from the British Isles with many different words to describe a rather delicate situations. However this young weaver is sensitive, caring and pragmatic.

These tunes have been recorded by Michael Bochmann and David Watkins on the CD "The Triumph of Time Part II"

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CD cover - The Triumph of Time Part II The samples are taken from the CD The Triumph of Time Part II


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Library Information

Series The David Watkins Collection
Volume XIII
Title Three Folk Songs
Contents The Clergyman’s Lamentation
Moll in the Wadd
The Foggy, Foggy, Dew
Arranged by: David Watkins - harp
Michael Bochmann - violin
Instrumentation: Violin & Harp (with/without pedals)
Performance time: Approx. 2' 44"; 1' 10" ; 1' 33"
Level Medium
Printed Parts: A4 stapled score & part
Pages of music: 6
Weight: 113g
Our Ref: DW013
Publisher: David Watkins / Creighton's Collection
Edition/Year: Published February 2011
Origin: Wales, UK