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    • Hugh Shields Collection. Reel-to-Reel 194. Domestic recording of radio broadcasts and domestic copy of commercial recordings and field recording of speech, singing and music [sound recording] / [various performers]

Sound Recording
CID:
Material Type:
Archive Location:
    • Non-commercial Sound Recordings room. Hugh Shields collection boxes
Creation Location:
    • Recorded by Hugh Shields in Swords, Co. Dublin from the Swords Mummers, 27 December 1965 [track B7]
    • Recorded by Hugh Shields from Hazel Hornsby in Trinity College, Dublin, December 1965 [tracks B8–10].
    • Recorded off-air from BBC 3rd programme broadcasts, 1965 [tracks A1–4, 6–7, B1–6]]
    • Dubs from commercial gramophone records [tracks A5,8, B11
Creation Date:
    • 1965
    • 1966
Catalogue Number:
    • HS 6121
People:
Creator:
    • Hazel Hornsby, singing in English, speech in English
    • Hugh Shields, speech in English
    • Lloyd, A.L., speech in English
    • MacColl, Ewan, vocal music
    • [unidentified performers], speech in English
    • [unidentified performers], vocal music
    • [unidentified performers], instrumental music
Contributors:
    • Swords mummers
    • Hazel Hornsby
Track A:
  • 1. Music of medieval Provence, directed and introduced by Gilbert Reaney. The second of four programmes of medieval music from St George the Martyr, Queen’s Square, London [domestic recording of BBC 3 radio broadcast of 15 May 1965]
    2. Their heritage, part 8 (of 13) ‘Bulgaria’, A.L. Lloyd presenting recordings of Bulgarian folk music [domestic recording of BBC 3 radio broadcast of 17 May 1965]
    3. Adam de la Halle [13th-century French composer] and his contemporaries. Directed and introduced by Gilbert Reaney, from St George the Martyr, Queen Square, London [domestic recording of BBC 3 radio broadcast of 30 May 1965]
    4. Their heritage, part 11 (of 13) ‘The Near and Middle East’ .A.L. Lloyd presenting recordings of folk music programme on North & Middle Eastern folk music [domestic recording of BBC 3 radio broadcast 28 June 1965]
    5. [Domestic copy of selection from commercial LP recording . Ewan MacColl, Steam whistle ballads, 1964 (Topic 12T104) (side 2)]
    6. Court music in France and Spain (one of two programmes performed by Musica Mensurabilis ensemble, directed by Wolfgang Nitschke, introduced by Michael Howard) [domestic recording of BBC 3 radio broadcast 16 or 17th September 1965]
    7. Korean music part 2 (of 2) ‘Folk and social music’. John Levy introduces recordings he made on a recent visit to South Korea. including folk music and some traditional instrumental improvisation. [Domestic recording of BBC 3 radio broadcast 27 September 1965]
    8. [Domestic copy of commercial recording. A.L. Lloyd and Ewan MacColl. English and Scottish ballads:
    00:00  Baron O' Brackley (Child 203); 
    05:15  The cruel mother (Child 20); 
    11:59  Lord Randal (Child 12); 
    15:35 The demon lover (Child 243); 02:59:02 Hughie Graham (Child 191); 
    19:30  Hughie the Graeme (Child 191)
    24:18  The maid freed from the gallows =The prickly bush (Child 95); 
    27:55  The beggar man =The gaberlunyie-man (Child appendix 279)]



Track B:

    1. Guillaume de Machaut. Mass, performed by Schola Polyphonica (Director Henry Washington), from Brompton Oratory, London [domestic recording of BBC 3 radio broadcast 18 June 1965]
    2. Music from the middle ages to the renaissance, part 1 (of 3) ‘Ars Nova in France (c. 1325)’ (including 3 motets by Philippe deVitry),  performed by Musica Mensurabilis and Berliner Ensemble für Alte Musik [domestic recording of BBC 3 radio broadcast of August 1965]  
    3. Music from the middle ages to the renaissance, part 2 (of 3) ‘Ars Nova in France’, (including works by Machaut, Landiniand François Andrieu),  performed by Musica Mensurabilis and Pro Musica Antiqua [domestic recording of BBC 3 radio broadcast of 18 August 1965].
    4. Music from the middle ages to the renaissance, part 3 (of 3) ‘14th-century Florence’ (last item clipped) , performed by Musica Mensurabilis and Pro Musica Antiqua [domestic recording of BBC 3 radio broadcast 27 August 1965].
    5. The music of the Ethiopian Coptic Church, by Jean Jenkins [domestic recording of BBC 3 radio broadcast 2 November 1965].
    6. Rumanian songs to the dead, compiled and introduced by A.L. Lloyd (his translations read by Siobhan McKenna and Alan Dobie) [domestic recording of BBC 3 radio broadcast of 11 December 1965]
    7. [Field recording of speech, singing and music. Swords mummers. December 1965]
    8. Barbara Allen, ballad [learnt 40 years previously from a Co. Wicklow maid in service in Dublin, and printed by Paul [= Mary] Pollard on a broadside] / Hazel Hornsby (of Trinity College Library), singing in English
    9. Talk about the song Barbara Allen and its source, speech / Hugh Shields, speech in English ; Hazel Hornsby, speech in English
    10. Caroline and her young sailor bold [learnt 40 years previously from a Co. Wicklow maid in service in Dublin], song / Hazel  Hornsby, singing in English
    11. [Domestic copy of selection of commercial LP recording. Ewan MacColl, Steam whistle ballads, 1964  (Topic 12T104) (side 1)]

Physical Description:
    • 1 sound reel-to-reel: analog, mono + no inserts
Running Time:
    • 6hrs, 29mins
Commercial Y/N:
  • Non-commercial Sound Recordings
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