REB 41 A British sampler by Various


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Catalogue numberREB 41
TitleA British sampler
Artist(s)Various
Cover conditionVery Good Plus
Record conditionGood
BBC records label codeA
Item deleted?Yes
Released1969
Distributed / printed byDawson Rossiter Ltd. London
Country of originUK UK flag
Media typePrimary
Media genreInformational
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Run-off codes / Shop bar codesRE 41 SIDE 1 BBC 1 G
RE 41 SIDE 2 BBC 1 A
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Side & trackTrack and ArtistLength
LONDON, EAST ANGLIA AND THE MIDLANDS
A1 Big Ben chiming the three-quarters
A2Blaze away [A.Holzmann / Street barrel piano]
A3Changing of the guard ceremony, Duke of York's March [Grenadier Guards band]
A4Down at the old Bull and Bush [Bel Canto Four]
A5Have you seen the Muffin Man ? [Radiophonic tape]
A6Shoals of Herring (Ewan MacColl) [The Fo'c'sles]
A7Sheringham Breakdown [Shrimp and Bob Davies (step dancers) with Percy Browne and Bob Thompson (accordions)]
A8Behold, how good and joyful (Stanley Vann) [Choir of Peterborough Cathedral]
A9The Lincolnshire poacher [Bel Canto Four]
A10The Stratford-upon-Avon Morris Men
A11Angels from the realms of glory [Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge]
THE NORTH
A12 On Llkla Moor 'baht 'at [Bel Conto Four]
A13Poet and Peasant overturn (Suppe) [All-Star Brass Band, cond. Harry Mortimer]
A14The Lass of Richmond Hill [Bel Canto Four]
A15Blaydon Races [Northumbrian Serenaders]
A16Northumbrian pipes -Lawmshaw's Fancy [Colin and Nicol Caisley]
A17Cushy Butterfield [Northumbrian Serendaers]
A18Blow the wind southerly [Bel Canto Four]
A19Bobby Shafto [Radiophonic tape]
SCOTLAND
A20 Train effect - The Coronation Scot
A21Scottish bagpipes - Scotland the brave [Seamus MacNeill]
A22The Eriskay Love Lilt [Glasgow Orpheus Choir, cond. Sir Hugh Robertson]
A23Gaelic song - Oran Sniomh [Glasgow Orpheus Choir]
A24The Road to the Isles (from Songs of the Hebrides) [Arr. M. Kennedy-Fraser / Scottish Junior Singers]
A25Ye banks and braes [Kathleen MacDonald]
A26Jig [Banchory Strathspey and Reel Society, Con. Sandy Milne]
THE NORTH WEST
A27 Pipe and tabor - Parson's Farewell [R. Kenworthy Schofield]
A28John Peel [Arr. F. W. Wadeley / St. Jame's Male Voice Quartet]
A29I cried in my backyard yesterday [Willy Russell (Radio Merseyside)]
A30She's a lassie from Lancashire [Bel Canto Four]
NORTHERN IRELAND
B1 An Irish golden wedding (Brian O'Neile) Teresa Duffy, acc. Kate O'Connor
B2Lilt - Paddy's return [Michael McCann]
B3Hornpipe [Peter O'Leary (fiddle)]
B4The Wild Rover (Percy Jones) [Patrick Phillips]
B5The Mountains o'Mourne (Percy French) [Charles Kennedy, acc. Eric James]
B6The Ould Lammas Fair [Matthew Scally]
WALES
B7 Mae hen wlad fy nhadau (Land of my Fathers) Bridgend Police Choir
B8Penillion singing - Nant y mynydd [Tune - The Ash Grove - Anita Williams, acc. Susan Drake (harp)]
B9Sospan Fach [Treorchy Male Voice Choir, cond. John Davies]
B10Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn (Watching the Wheat) [Susan Drake (harp)]
B11Guide me, o thou Great Jehovah (Tune Cwm Rhondda) [Threorchy Male Voice Choir, cond. John Davies]
THE WEST COUNTRY
B12 May Morning Song (Padstow Hobby Horse May Day ceremony) [Sung by townspeople, with accordion]
B13Trelawney [Fowey Male Voice Choir, cond. Roger Brady]
B14The WIltshire Tempest [Moonrakers' Band, leader John Jenkins]
B15O Waly Waly (The Water is Wide) [Marion Wellsted, acc. Danny Condon (guitar)]
B16The Helston Furry Dance [St. Denis Silver Band]
B17Sea shanty - Shenandoah [Stanley Riley]
SOUTHERN ENGLAND AND LONDON
B18 Blow away the morning dew [Radiophonic tape]
B19Greensleeves (Arr. W. Chatterton Dix) [L.C.C. Children's Choir]
B20Knees up Mother Brown [St. Thomas's Hospital Patients' Club]
B21Maybe someday - Crown Folk (Dungeon Folk)
B22Simple Symphony Finale [Benjamin Britten / Northern Junior Philharmonic Orchestra]
B23Dance a Cachucha from The Gondoliers [Sullivan / All-Star Brass Band, Con. Harry Mortimer]
B24Ceremony of the Keys (Tower of London) - Passing of Queen Elizabeth's Keys and Last Post
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A BRITISH SAMPLER
A souvenir in sound of England Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland

This disc presents a musical tour of Britain, sampling some of the rich musical fare which the tourist may find as he travels around the four countries.

British music differs widely from one part of the land to another; it is as varied as the country's scenic beauties and as full of charm, interest and surprise. It expresses the different racial characters, the forms of society, the historical traditions, the ways of life of the peoples who make up the British race.

Recent years have seen a renascence in British music, which is now enjoyed throughout the World by people whose tastes range in the spectrum of musical appreciation from the Beatles to Benjamin Britten. This revival draws inspiration from the nation's rich store of folk song and traditional music. but it is based on no self-conscious resuscitation of a dying art, no artificial revival contrieved by anti-quarians and scholars. As the vigour and originality of compemporary popular music show, British music is a living reality.

All kinds of music are represented on this disc - from true folk song and traditional tunes centuries old to the latest creations from Merseyside and swinging London. many of the numbers have been specially recorded for a ''British Sampler'', others are from the BBC archives and from the BTA's sound library, and one or two have been created electronically by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.

Further information

BBC Radio Enterprises Ltd and BBC Enterprises Ltd, predecessors of BBC Worldwide / BBC Worldwide Ltd., the BBC's commercial arm. Formed 1968 and 1979 respectively, they were a subsidiary wholly owned by the BBC and merged into BBC Worldwide in 1995. In that time, there were companies set up within or structured brands as part of the company to deal with separate parts of the business, e.g. BBC Records for recorded audio. Sometimes written as BBC Enterprise Ltd.

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