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GUEST,Pseudonymous The current state of folk music in UK (1919* d) RE: The current state of folk music in UK 24 Oct 19


I have much enjoyed music by Katherine Tickell over the years. It seems to me that the tradition of Northumbrian pipe playing is relatively strong. For anybody interested, there is a society dedicated to it which you can find via Google. Here a link to an example of that music:

https://soundcloud.com/user-717826690/richard-butler-reels

The history of Northumberland is interesting, going back to the ancient 'kingdoms' of Bernicia and Deira, the former of which went a long way into what is now Scotland.


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