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Thread #58643   Message #937661
Posted By: masato sakurai
22-Apr-03 - 06:51 AM
Thread Name: Robin Hood ballads
Subject: RE: Robin Hood ballads
Some recordings:

1. Robin Hood Ballads, sung by Wallace House with lute (Folkways FW 6839, 1953, 1962) [10" LP]
    Contains "True Tale of Robin Hood," "Robin Hood and Little John," "Robin Hood and the Curtall Fryer," "Robin Hood and the Tanner," "Robin Hood and Maid Marian," "Robin Hood's Morris," "Robin Hood and the Three Squires," "The Jolly Pinder of Wakefield," " Robin Hood and the Ranger," and "Robin Hood's Death and Burial."

2. St George's Canzona, A Tapestry of Music for Robin Hood and His King (ASV/Crown [Japan] ASV-70, 1989) [formerly released as LP]
    Contains "Robin Hood and the Tanner," and other Robin-related songs and music.

3. Estampie/Graham Derrick, Under the Greenwood Tree (Naxos 8.553442, 1997)
    Contains "Robin Hood and the Curtal Friar," "Robin Hood & the Tanner," and "Robin Hood & Maid Marian."

4. Paul O'Dette (lute, orpharion & cittern), Robin Hood: Elizabethan Ballad Settings (harmonia mundi [France] HUM 907265, 2001)
    Nos. 4 & 5 are instrumental.

5. Paul O'Dette (lute), Robin Is To The Greenwood Gone: Elizabethan Lute Music (Elektra/Nonesuch 9 79123-2, 1987)