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GUEST,Ewan McVicar Origins: Children's Rhymes & Folk Songs&Tunes (21) RE: Origins: Children's Rhymes & Folk Songs&Tunes 20 Aug 07

Penny, these have been gathered together from various other sources I think.
Some are Scottish in my opinion e.g. 'Inty tinty' and 'Zeenty teenty'. 'Yan tan' is considered to be very old. The last one is sometimes 'Eenie meanie makka rakka, om dom dominacka' etc.
The genre is known to scholars as the'Anglo-Cymric Score'.
Ewan McVicar

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