George Tremain

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George TREMAIN (melodeon). (no dates)

Recorded by Peter Kennedy in 1953


North Yorkshire Village Dances FTX-329 - BRASS NUTS

"Here is one-row melodeon playing by the musician of the North Skelton Sword Dancers, Cleveland, North Yorkshire. An ironstone miner, he talks about the melodeon, the origins of the Sword Dance and plays the music for the dance. He also plays ten of the most popular of those he played locally for Village Dances."

Various - To Catch A Fine Buck Was My Delight. Songs Of Hunting And Poaching. ‎(CD, Album, Comp) Topic Records TSCD668 1998

Various - Global Accordion - Early Recordings ‎(CD, Comp, Mono) WERGO SM 1623-2 2001

To English Traditional Players