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Five Irish Songs

First line:
Put your head, darling
composer
1972

 

Recordings

Maw: One foot in Eden still, I stand & other choral works
CDA67615

Details

No 1: I shall not die for thee  For thee I shall not die
author of text
traditional Irish
translator of text

Track 14 on CDA67615 [3'04]
No 2: Dear dark head  Put your head, darling
author of text
traditional Irish
translator of text

Track 15 on CDA67615 [3'07]
No 3: Popular song  Were I at the Moss House where the birds do increase
author of text
mid nineteenth century

Track 16 on CDA67615 [1'11]
No 4: Ringleted youth of my love
author of text
traditional Irish
translator of text

Track 17 on CDA67615 [4'36]
No 5: Jig  That winter love spoke and we raise no objection, at
author of text
The Complete Poems by C Day Lewis, Sinclair-Stevenson (1992)

Track 18 on CDA67615 [3'13]

Track-specific metadata for CDA67615 track 15

Dear dark head
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-07-61515
Duration
3'07
Recording date
14 March 2000
Recording venue
Exeter College Chapel, Oxford, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Nick Flower
Recording engineer
Mike Skeet
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