Kirsten Taylor, Jilly Jarman, Cath Sewell One of three songs commissioned for the Kendal Brewery’s MOTTO project. It uses the words to a Cumbrian folk song and works them into an evocative vocal weave.
Lovely new folk song by Cumbrian composer Carol Douglas vocals and fiddle by Carolyn Francis.
Beth Allen says: “This is an old African American folk song that evolved from a plantation dance. It is closely linked to Hambone and is often found together in collections. Juba became a common name for African Americans who were talented at singing or dancing […]
Traditional folk tune with new words by the Cumbrian poet Susanna Blamire and arrangement with Dave Camlin.
A traditional folk song from England. A round with quite a large range, so as well as being lovely to sing, good for later stages of a warm-up and for encouraging head voice.