2 edition of Wassail song found in the catalog.
|Series||Curwen edition, 61278|
|LC Classifications||M1584 H65 W3|
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Shop wassail song sheet music, music books, music scores & more at Sheet Music Plus, the World's Largest Selection of Sheet Music. Lyrics 1. Here we come a-wassailing, among the leaves of green; Here we come a-wandering, so fairly to be seen. Refrain Our jolly wassail, our jolly wassail, Love and joy come to you and to our wassail bough; Pray God bless you, and send you a happy New Year, A .
English Christmas song-A delightful Christmas sequence of three traditional English carols (Sussex Carol Lute Book Lullaby and Gloucestershire Wassail for choir and harp (or piano) accompaniment. An ideal accompaniment piece to . Andy Turner learned Gloucestershire Wassail from the Oxford Book of Carols. He recorded it with Magpie Lane—with a different singer leading each verse—on their country Christmas album Wassail!, and he sang it as the 28 December entry of his project A Folk Song a Week.
Old Apple Tree We Wassail Thee Wassail Song. Old apple tree we wassail thee And hope that thou shalt bear For the Lord doth know Where we shall be Come apples another year. For to bloom well And to bear well so merry let us be Let every man take off his hat And shout out to the old apple tree. For to bloom well And to bear well so merry let us be. Wassailing and Yulesinging. Traditionally, the wassail is celebrated on Twelfth Night (variously on either January 5 or 6). Some people still wassail on "Old Twelvey Night", Janu as it would have been before the introduction of the Gregorian Calendar in In the middle ages, the wassail was a reciprocal exchange between the feudal lords and their peasants as a form of recipient.
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The Gloucestershire Wassail, also known as "Wassail!Wassail. All Over the Town", "The Wassailing Bowl" and "Wassail Song" is an English Christmas carol from the Gloucestershire region of England, dating back to at least the 18th century, but may be older.
The author Wassail song book the lyrics and composer of the music are unknown. The first known publication of the song's current version was in in the Genre: Christmas carol. Here We Come A-wassailing (or Here We Come A-caroling) is a traditional English Christmas carol and New Year song, dating from at least the mid 19th century, but possibly much older.
The old English wassail song refers to 'wassailing', or singing carols door to door wishing good health, while the a-is an archaic intensifying prefix; compare A-Hunting We Will Go and lyrics to The Twelve Days. The Wassail Song - Version 1 (Here We Come A-Wassailing) The Wassail Song - Version 2 (Here We Come A-Caroling) The Wassail Song (First Line: O mistress, at your door our wassail begins) Wassail, Wassail, Out of the Milk Pail.
Wassail, Wassail, Wassail, Sing We (First line: Now joy be. Wassail, wassail, all over the town Our toast it is white and our ale it is brown Our bowl it is made of the white maple tree With the wassailing bowl we’ll drink to thee. So here is to Cherry and to his right cheek Pray God send out master a good piece of beef And a good piece of beef that may we all see With the wassailing bowl we’ll.
By no means the only Wassail song to have been collected in Somerset, once included in the Oxford Book of Carols this became for evermore The Somerset Wassail (cf. the Gloucestershire Wassail and the Sussex Carol).The notes in the book say that the song was noted by Cecil Sharp “about twenty years ago” (September in fact) from the Drayton Wassailers in Somerset.
Wassail Song. folk songs, holiday; Info. Wassailing = caroling. This Wassail song book among the best known of the traditional wassail songs, and was well-known throughout England in the middle 19th century. It’s roots, however, could go back even further.
The editors of The Oxford Book of Carols (OBC) state that Ritson in Ancient Songs and Carols ( Just finished reading The Christmas Wassail, and as in the previous stories, I am left at the end wanting more. More Roger, more fascinating historical detail and another murder mystery to unravel, please.
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The Wassail Song [Music Download]. Apple Wassail-There are three traditions of Wassail. One is the custom of Wassail in the Hall. The next is Wassail performed by roving groups going door to door but the most interesting and mysterious is the Apple Wassail wherein participants bless the orchards and the fruit trees.
This is the tune to the version (Lloyd, ) Original source was from Phil tanner. The song reflects a dance origin. This is performed with voices with possible concertina.
The Abc Notation for A wassail ox T:A wassail ox M:6/4 L:1/8 S:New Oxford Book of Carrols # K:C. Wishing You and Yours a Very Happy New Years. I recorded all 4 parts using Garageband Application on my Macbook.
Scenes are from around my back yard,along the Oswego River,here in Upstate NY. The Wassail Song. Version 1 Compare: The Wassail Song - Version 2 See generally Wassailing - Notes On The Songs. Alternate Titles: "Here We Come A Wassailing," "Here We Come A-Caroling," and "Here We Go A-Caroling."Words: English Traditional, 17th century.
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The song is also recorded by John Kirkpatrick who first tells the story of the Apple Tree Man which is quite charming though a bit difficult to understand since it is in a country dialect.
Kirkpatrick and friends then sing the song on the Wassail. A Traditional Celebration of an English Midwinter CD. The Watersons with Mike Waterson in lead sang this song as Wassail Song on their LP Frost and Fire.
This recording was also included on the Topic CD sampler The Season Round. A live version from a Christmas radio programme recorded in December at Crathorne Hall, Crathorne, North Yorkshire, was published in on the CD A Yorkshire.
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Wassail. wassail. all over the town, Our toast it is white and our ale it is brown; Our bowl it is made of the white maple tree; With the wassailing bowl1, we'll drink to thee.
Here's to our horse, and to his right ear, God send our master a happy new year: A happy new year as e'er he did see, With my wassailing bowl I drink to thee. A version of the Gloucestershire wassail song was printed in the Oxford Book of Carols inthe tune of which was collected by Ralph Vaughan Williams from a Gloucestershire person in Pembridge, Herefordshire, who collated the tune with words collected from William Bayliss of Buckland and Isaac Bennett of Little Sodbury.
Der Wassail Song oder nach seinem Anfangsvers: Here We Come A-wassailing (oder Here We Come A-caroling) ist ein englisches traditionelles Weihnachts-und insbesondere Neujahrslied, das um gedruckt wurde.
Text und Musik stammen wahrscheinlich aus dem Jahrhundert. Das Lied besingt und ist Teil des alten Brauches des Wassailing (von mittelenglisch wæs hæil) bzw.The old English wassail song refers to 'wassailing', or singing carols door to door wishing good health, Lyrics Here we come a-wassailing Among the leaves so green, Here we come a-wand'ring So fair to be seen.
Love and joy come to you, And to you your wassail, too, And God bless you, and send you A Happy New Year, And God send you a Happy New Year.The Wassail Song by Anonymous. The Wassail Song is a Christmas carol retrieved from Christmas in Poetry: Carols and Poems (). It is an old Devonshire 10/