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  • Performer: The Barrow Poets
  • Album: An Entertainment Of Poetry And Music
  • FLAC: 1753 mb | MP3: 1772 mb
  • Released: 1963
  • Style: Poetry, Folk
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 815
The Barrow Poets - An Entertainment Of Poetry And Music album flac

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A1 Ploughing On Sunday
Written-By – Wallace Stevens
A2 Pigtown Reel
Written-By – American Traditional*
A3a Oh See How Thick The Goldcup Flowers
Written-By – A.E.Housman*
A3b Flowers
A4 Tru To Poll
Written-By – Sir Francis Bernand*
A5 Rigadon
Written-By – Rameau*
A6 Ach, I Dunno
Written-By – Percy French
A7 Kind Are Her Answers
Written-By – Thomas Campion
A8 Slice Of Wedding Cake
Written-By – Robert Graves
A9 Nora Criona
Written-By – James Stephens
A9 Irish Jig
Written-By – Traditional
A10 Off The Ground
Written-By – Walter De La Mare
A11 Evening Prayer
Written-By – Traditional
A12 Helen Of Kirkconnell
Written-By – Anon*
A13 John Kinsella’s Lament For Mrs. Mary Moore
Written-By – W. B. Yeats*
A14 Po’ Boy
Written-By – Anon*
A15 Spinning Song
Written-By – Traditional
A16 Request
Written By – J. Hughes
A17 How They Brought The Good News From Aix To Ghent
Written By – Sellars & YeatmanWritten-By – Yeatman*, Sellars*
B1 Wha’ Lies Here?
Written-By – Anon*
B2 104th Chorus
Written-By – Jack Kerouac
B3 The Frog
Written-By – Anon. French Canadian*
B4 Laëndler
Written-By – Mozart*
B5 Blow Me Eyes!
Written-By – Wallace Irwin
B6 Lines From 'Betsy Lee'
Written-By – T.E. Brown*
B7 When I Was One And Twenty
Written-By – A. E. Housman*
B8 Linden Lea
Written-By – William Barnes
B9 Fair Are The Flowers In The Valley
Written-By – Traditional
B10 Extract From The Song Of Solomon
Written-By [Authorized Version] – Traditional
B11 Day Of These Days
Written-By – Laurie Lee
B12 Dirge Of Cymbeline
Written-By – Shakespeare*
B13 Air
Written-By – Purcell*
B14 Lessons Of War Part II: Judging Distances
Written-By – Henry Reed
B15 Kissed Yestreen
Written-By – Anon*
B16 Extract From ‘Don Juan’
Written-By – Byron*
B17 Allegro
Written-By – Mozart*
B18 I Do, I Will, I Have
Written-By – Ogden Nash
B19 Northumbrian Duet
Written-By – Wilfred Gibson*

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – Graphis Press Limited


  • Cover – William Bealby-Wright
  • Liner Notes – H.J.U.*
  • Oboe – Lorna Gregson
  • Violin – Susan Baker
  • Voice [Speaker] – Alison Milne, Christine Shotton, Gerard Benson, Heather Black , John Boulton Smith, John Naylor , William Bealby-Wright, William Gardener


Issued in a fully laminated 'flipback' sleeve.

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Poetry & Music - Enjoy this collection of texts exploring the connection between music and poetry. Academy of American Poets Educator Newsletter.

Poetry and music have been intertwined for thousands of years. In antiquity, poems were often sung: the first lyric poets in ancient Greece performed their work to the accompaniment of the lyre, and the oldest anthology of Chinese poetry, the Shijing, was a collection of songs. In southern Europe in the middle ages, the popularity of troubadour poets granted them unprecedented freedom of speech and social influence in their time, and their lyrical work would influence European poetry for centuries. The ballad form continues to be a common form for both poems and songs.

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Music has made poetry more popular now than ever before. Read about how and why music and poetry work together so well. Music and poetry are normally not mentioned in the same sentence together, with the exception of hip hop. However, the similarities between music and poetry are far greater than observed by the general public and media. Some of the similarities are: Rhythm. Songs themselves have to be rhythmic. As well, poetry flows just the same.

The term metaphysical poets was coined by the critic Samuel Johnson to describe a loose group of 17th-century English poets whose work was characterized by the inventive use of conceits, and by a greater emphasis on the spoken rather than lyrical quality of their verse. These poets were not formally affiliated and few were highly regarded until 20th century attention established their importance.

Conversations about performance poetry, spoken word, improv, punk and hip hop poetry, poetry set to music, lyrics vs poetry and related topics. Listen duration 48′ :52″. Falling Debris is the title of a collaboration between two fairly iconic New Zealanders, Dunedin musician David Kilgour and the poet Sam Hunt. Kilgour first thought of doing an album with Hunt almost 20 years ago but it took a chance meeting on a plane to make it happen. Hunt only ended up on the album as a sample recorded from a phone call. Hunt says he's more than happy to take a backseat vocally for once, contributing the words while Kilgour sang and handled the music.

Indie pop band from Latvia with a touch of sound poetry.

A Music of the Eighth House Music and Poetry of the Kesh is the documentation of an invented Pacific Coast peoples from a far distant time, and the soundtrack of famed science fiction author, Ursula K. Le Guin’s Always Coming Home. In the novel, the story of Stone Telling, a young woman of the Kesh, is woven within a larger anthropological folklore and fantasy  . Includes unlimited streaming of Music and Poetry of the Kesh via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 7 days. Purchasable with gift card.

Music poems written by famous poets. Browse through to read poems for music. This page has the widest range of music love and quotes. I am in need of music that would flow Over my fretful, feeling fingertips, Over my bitter-tainted, trembling lips, With melody, deep, clear, and liquid-slow. Oh, for the healing swaying, old and low, Of some song sung to rest the tired dead, A song to fall like water on my head, And over quivering limbs, dream flushed to glow! There is a magic made by melody: A spell of rest, and quiet breath, and cool Heart, that sinks through fading colors deep To the subaqueous stillness of the sea, And floats forever in a moon-green pool, Held in the arms of rhythm and of sleep. I Am In Need Of Music.