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Yorkshire, the largest county in England, with both heavy industry and a great agricultural and fishing tradition, has much to offer the folk enthusiast. Unlike the other northern counties, its songs were much collected in the first folk revival, notably by [[Frank Kidson]]. It has continued to be collected for songs, in the 1950s by Nigel and Mary Hudleston, and since then by Steve Gardham among others. There is a strong dialect poetry tradition, and in the south west, it has the still vibrant Sheffield [[village carols]]. There are pace eggers and mummers in the west of the county, and it is the home of the English [[longsword]] dance tradition. Traditional dance tunes go back a long way, with important sources such as the 18th century [[Joshua Jackson]] Collection
 
 
  
 
===Tune Manuscripts===
 
===Tune Manuscripts===

Revision as of 00:06, 4 June 2007

Yorkshire, the largest county in England, with both heavy industry and a great agricultural and fishing tradition, has much to offer the folk enthusiast. Unlike the other northern counties, its songs were much collected in the first folk revival, notably by Frank Kidson. It has continued to be collected for songs, in the 1950s by Nigel and Mary Hudleston, and since then by Steve Gardham among others. There is a strong dialect poetry tradition, and in the south west, it has the still vibrant Sheffield village carols. There are pace eggers and mummers in the west of the county, and it is the home of the English longsword dance tradition. Traditional dance tunes go back a long way, with important sources such as the 18th century Joshua Jackson Collection

Tune Manuscripts


Longsword Sides