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8 thoughts on “ John Polrudden - Brenda Wootton And Richard Gendall - Children Singing (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. At the request of Irene Morris, wife of recording engineer Job Morris of Sentinel Records, Brenda recorded an album with groups of children from three different schools: Alverton, Ludgvan and St Mary's in Penzance. Some of the tracks were traditional, some were written by Richard Gendall, two are Charles Causley poems adapted for music by Alex Atterson, and one, Thunder & Lightning, was.
  2. ORIGINAL UK VRC 1 LP FROM NICE VINYL, ONLY LIGHTLY USED, LAMINATED COVER EXCELLENT. Brenda Wootton. Brenda Wootton (née Ellery) ( - ) was a Cornish poetess and folk singer and was seen as an ambassador for Cornish tradition and culture.. She began her musical career as a young schoolgirl, singing in village halls throughout the remote communities of west .
  3. crowdy crawn, brenda wootton, richard gendall crowdy crawn (1st lp) - a collection of songs and prose in the cornish language SENTINEL - SENS - ROYAUME UNI / UNITED KINGDOM -
  4. Explore releases from Brenda Wootton at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Brenda Wootton at the Discogs Marketplace. Brenda Wootton & Richard Gendall - Crowdy Crawn ‎ (LP) Brenda Wootton And Richard Gendall - Children Singing ‎ (LP, Album.
  5. I have an old vinyl LP called "The Hole In the Piper's Head" by a group called Bucca. I'm afraid it's my only exposure to Cornish music. * Children Singing, with Richard Gendall, Sentinel, SENS , * Carillon, Transatlantic Records, TRA , The wonderful Brenda Wootton used to sing a song about a nasty character who got his.
  6. Sep 28,  · from the RCA Records album "Lyonesse" PL Recorded at John Knight Studio, Ponsongath, LIzard, Cornwall. song by Richard Gendall Brenda Wootton - vocals children .
  7. Label: Sentinel (3) - SENS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Brenda Wootton And Richard Gendall - Children Singing (, Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(1).
  8. John Langford became known as John the Fish from his days as a fisherman in the s - a biography on his website (click the button link) gives more detail). Brenda and John met at the Count House, on Brenda's first visit to the club in - and when Brenda was persuaded on to the stage, it was John who became her guitarist.

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