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Brian Clare - Recollections - Lancashire Dialect Poetry Album

Brian Clare - Recollections - Lancashire Dialect Poetry Album

MP3 2605 mb. | FLAC 1644 mb. | WMA 1642 mb.

Performer: Brian Clare
Title: Recollections - Lancashire Dialect Poetry
Country: UK
Released: 1982
Style: Spoken Word, Poetry
Category: Sounds
Rating: 4.3
Label: Not On Label

Tracklist

1Acceptance
2Emily's Hat
3Young At Heart
4Price Uh Larnin
5Good Neet Un God Bless
61910
7What Uh Clodder
8Tally Mon
9Eaur Sam
10Mi Fancy
11A Neet Time Uh Life Time
12Cummin Wom
13Hope
14Breyn Eyes
15Recollections
16Sumdy Special
17Jemmy Lad
18Fotch Mit Paaper Lad
19If Only
20Howfen
21Th'holidays
22Memories


Credits

  • Written-By, VoiceBrian Clare


Album

This selection of dialect poems was published shortly after Waugh's death alongside a selection of his standard English poetry. Lancashire dialect. Just better. Lancashire within England, showing ancient extent. The Lancashire dialect and accent Lanky refers to the Northern English vernacular speech of the English county of Lancashire. Poetry and other literature. Many poems exist in the dialect, and the Lancashire Society prints such poems regularly. One example of very old-fashioned dialect is the poem Jone o Grinfilt John of Greenfield, which was written during the Napoleonic Wars. Brian Clare. Style: Spoken Word, Poetry. Released: 1982. FLAC album size: 1144 mb. Other formats: Adx wav aa AIFF WMA XM vox. Genre: Audiobooks. Written-By, Voice Brian Clare. Related at Brian Clare - Recollections - Lancashire Dialect Poetry flac albums: Garfunkel - Angel Clare flac download. Tom Lenihan - Paddy's Panacea Songs Traditional in West Clare flac download. Folk, Country. Garage Jams Ft. Clare Evers - Snowflake flac download. Dialect poetry and song about the Lancashire Cotton Famine will discussed at an event in Dorset on 23 November and performed by Manchester ballad singer, Jennifer Reid. Lancashire cotton famine. Poverty and food shortages in Lancashire from 1861 to 1865 became known as the 'cotton famine'. Verified Purchase. I am a Lancastrian and speak Lancashire dialect, so this is a no brainer. Read more. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Songs of the People: Lancashire Dialect Poetry of the Industrial Revolution as Want to Read: Want to Read saving Want to Read. Wed love your help. Let us know whats wrong with this preview of Songs of the People by Brian Hollingworth. John Lake, of St Helens, reciting some poetry which was written in the Lancashire . Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove strong Recollectionsstrong from your list There's no description for this book yet. Can you add one . In Lancashire, where a remarkable outpouring of dialect verse arose in the first half of the Victorian age, there had already been one pioneering piece of dialect innovation in the publication of Tummus and Meary by John Collier better known as Tim Bobbin, a dialogue between two Lancashire clowns published in pamphlet form as early as 1746. Though the Victorian dialect poets looked back on Tim Bobbin as a father figure, and though he can be considered a significant influence in the development of the regional novel, there was a space of some sixty years before we see the dialect commonly represented in written form. Lancashire Libraries, Preston, Lancashire. Delivering a free