> Folk Music > Records > Belshazzar's Feast: One Too Many

Belshazzar's Feast: One Too Many

Belshazzar's Feast: One Too Many (WildGoose WGS276CD)

One Too Many
Belshazzar's Feast

WildGoose Studios WGS276CD (CD, UK, 1996)
Terra Nova TERR CD0022 (CD, UK, 2008)

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Produced by Doug Bailey and Belshazzar's Feast;
Recorded by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios, May Cottage, Wherwell, Hampshire;
Cover design by Pete and Joanne Acty

Musicians

Paul Sartin, oboe, violin, whistle, vocals;
Paul Hutchinson, accordions

with
Ian Giles, backing vocals [3, 8];
Graham Metcalfe,, backing vocals [3, 5, 8-9], harmonica [3, 5, 8-9];
Mark Powell, hurdy-gurdy [3, 7]

String Ensemble:
    Costa Peristianis, violin [1, 5, 9], percussion [1, 9];
    Elena Lorimer, violin [5];
    Peter Hill, cello [5];
    James Cavendish, double bass [2-5, 8]

Brass Ensemble:
    Phil Humphries, trombone [9];
    Catherine Pate, trumpet [9];
    Chris Watson, tuba [9]

Tracks

  1. One Too Many
  2. Boda Waltz / Far Away
  3. Doll Thy Ale / Romanian Dance
  4. Museum Hornpipe
  5. Midnight on the Water / Molly Rankin's
  6. Cold Frosty Morn / Dancing Bear
  7. Wedding Dance / Wild Horseman
  8. Hills of the North
  9. Barbara Allen (Roud 54; Child 84; G/D 6:1193; Henry H236) / Copper Pipe Polka
  10. Fairy Reel / Dick Gossip's

Tracks 1, 9b Ian Ball;
Tracks 2a, 3b, 6a, 9a, 10ab trad.;
Track 2b Peter Juno;
Track 3a words trad., music Paul Hutchinson;
Track 4 Jenny Coxon;
Track 5a Luke Thomasson;
Track 5b John Morris Rankin;
Track 6b Bob McQuillen;
Track 7a Ray Price;
Track 7b Robert Schumann;
Track 8 words Charles Edwards, music Martin Shaw

> Folk Music > Records > Belshazzar's Feast: Drop the Reed

Belshazzar's Feast: Drop the Reed

Belshazzar's Feast: Drop the Reed (WildGoose WGS293CD)

Drop the Reed
Belshazzar's Feast

WildGoose Studios WGS293CD (CD, UK, 1998)

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Recorded and produced by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios, May Cottage, Wherwell, Hampshire;
Photography by Doug Bailey;
Artwork by Alice Sales;
Layout and design by Stewart James

Musicians

Paul Sartin, oboe, violin, vocals;
Paul Hutchinson, accordions

Tracks

  1. The May Reels (5.29)
  2. Half Hannikin / The Recruiting Officer jigs (4.50)
  3. The Miller of Dee (Roud 503; G/D 3:452) / La Belle Jardinière / Ebenezer (5.27)
  4. La Petite Nette / Fransk Morgenstjerne (4.41)
  5. Ffarwell Ned Pugh / Mac Mwh'n D'wedyd (5.12)
  6. Mister Costa / Beggar's Roost (2.30)
  7. Auvergne Polka / Cafouilée (3.37)
  8. Four Babies' Rants (6.52)
  9. Twenty, Eighteen (Roud 542; G/D 8:1588) (4.31)
  10. Air (4.38)
  11. Brouillard / Les Cloches (5.35)

All tracks trad. arr. Paul Sartin, Paul Hutchinson except
Tracks 1, 6ab, 8, 10 Paul Sartin;
Track 3c Thomas John Williams (1869-1944);
Track 4a F. Paris;
Track 4b trad. Danish;
Track 11a J.J. Smith;
Track 11b Jean Blanchard

> Folk Music > Records > Belshazzar's Feast: Mr Kynaston's Famous Dance

Belshazzar's Feast: Mr Kynaston's Famous Dance

Belshazzar's Feast: Mr Kynaston's Famous Dance (WildGoose WGS298CD)

Mr Kynaston's Famous Dance
Belshazzar's Feast

WildGoose Studios WGS298CD (CD, UK, 2000)

Mr Kynaston's Famous Dance, Vol. 2
Belshazzar's Feast

WildGoose Studios WGS310 (CD, UK, 2002)

Belshazzar's Feast: Mr Kynaston's Famous Dance, Vol. 2 (WildGoose WGS310CD)
Belshazzar's Feast: Mr Kynaston's Famous Dance, Vol. 1 (WildGoose WGS314CD)

Mr Kynaston's Famous Dance, Vol. 1 & Vol. 2
Belshazzar's Feast

WildGoose Studios WGS314 (2 CD, UK, 2002, 2015)

Belshazzar's Feast: Mr Kynaston's Famous Dance, Vol. 2 (WildGoose WGS314CD)
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An interpretation of early 18th century English country dance tunes.

Recorded and produced by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios, May Cottage, Wherwell, Hampshire;
Sleeve note with help from Andrew Shaw;
Photography by Paul Weir;
Cover drawing by Yvonne Hart

Musicians

Paul Sartin, oboe, violin;
Paul Hutchinson, accordion

Tracks

Vol. 1 / CD 1Vol. 2 / CD 2
  1. The Merry Conclusion, or Mr Kynaston's Famous Dance (7.05)
  2. Blenheim House (5.10)
  3. The Queen of Hearts (7.27)
  4. Lille (3.22)
  5. Count Leon (3.21)
  6. Wou'd You Have o Young Virgin, or Poor Robin's Maggot (5.02)
  7. Paston's Maggot (4.05)
  8. Old Simon the King (4.23)
  9. Neat, Mr John (3.06)
  10. Cupid Disarm'd (4.50)
  11. Bonny Grey-Ey'd Morn (7.00)
  12. Woodstock Park (4.35)
  1. Softly Good Tummas (3.58)
  2. Whiskers (2.54)
  3. The She Favourite (5.41)
  4. De'il Take the Warr (4.39)
  5. Vaughan's Ramble (6.50)
  6. Whitsun Holidays, or The Parson in the Pease (4.06)
  7. Bickerstaff's Prophesie (2.52)
  8. Evans's Delight (3.47)
  9. Fop's Fancy (5.38)
  10. Dudmason Hall (3.47)
  11. The Gay Young Squire (40823)
  12. Old Hob, or The Mouse Trap (4.08)
  13. Orange Nan (5.22)
  14. Well Done Jack (4.15)

> Folk Music > Records > Belshazzar's Feast: John Playford's Secret Ball

Belshazzar's Feast: John Playford's Secret Ball

Belshazzar's Feast: John Playford's Secret Ball (WildGoose WGS304CD)

John Playford's Secret Ball
Belshazzar's Feast

WildGoose Studios WGS304CD (CD, UK, 2001)

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A celebration of the 350th anniversary of the first edition of John Playford's The English Dancing Master.

Produced by Robert Harbron and Paul Sartin;
Executive producer Doug Bailey;
Recorded and mixed by Robert Harbron at WildGoose Studios, May Cottage, Wherwell, Hampshire, and Studio 94, Harrow;
Photography by Robert Harbron;
Layout and design by Stewart James

Musicians

Paul Hutchinson, piano accordion;
Paul Sartin, oboe, violin;
Robert Harbron, English concertina, guitar, mandolin, bassoon;
William Balkwill, trumpet

Tracks

  1. Maiden Lane (2.44)
  2. Parson's Farewell (2.42)
  3. Goddesses (3.27)
  4. The Garland (3.57)
  5. Mundesse (6.10)
  6. Bobbing Joe (2.43)
  7. Jenny Pluck Pears (2.40)
  8. Cuckolds All a Row (2.66)
  9. The Fit's Come on Me Now (3.28)
  10. London Gentlewomen (1.46)
  11. The Maid Peeped Out at the Window (1.41)
  12. Parson Upon Dorothy (4.27)
  13. Gathering Peascods (4.25)
  14. The Old Mole (3.03)

All tracks are from the first edition of John Playford's The English Dancing Master 1651 except
Track 12 from the 2nd edition 1652;
Track 9 from the 7th edition 1686;
Track 4 from the second supplement of the 7th edition 1688

Tracks 1, 3, 5, 7-9, 14 arranged by Paul Hutchinson, Paul Sartin and Rob Harbron;
Tracks 2, 4, 6, 10 arranged by Paul Hutchinson and Paul Sartin;
Track 12 arranged by Paul Hutchinson and Rob Harbron;
Tracks 11, 13 arranged by Paul Sartin

> Folk Music > Records > Belshazzar's Feast: The Food of Love

Belshazzar's Feast: The Food of Love

Belshazzar's Feast: The Food of Love (WildGoose WGS353CD)

The Food of Love
Belshazzar's Feast

WildGoose Studios WGS353CD (2 CD, UK, 2008)

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Recorded by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios, May Cottage, Wherwell, Hampshire;
Photography by David Angel

Musicians

Paul Sartin, vocals, violin, oboe;
Paul Hutchinson, piano accordion

Tracks

CD 1: Main CourseCD 2: Complimentary Appetiser Prepared at a Live Performance
  1. Mundesse / Gathering Peascods (5.31)
  2. Twenty, Eighteen (Roud 542; G/D 8:1588) (4.34)
  3. Softly Good Tummas / Shropshire Lass (4.44)
  4. Dol Thy Ale / Rumanian Dance (6.33)
  5. Rondo à la Turkey (4.22)
  6. Calne / Be Careful in Choosing a Wife (Roud 4744) (5.07)
  7. Best of Friends / Bishop of Chester’s Jig (4.17)
  8. Gentle Diana / Navvy Man (Roud 17163) (5.05)
  9. Cal (5.39)
  10. The Begging Song (Roud 1573) / Bacca Pipes Jig (5.17)
  11. Music for a Found Harmonium (3.30)
  1. Introduction (0.52)
  2. Boda Waltz / Miss Love’s Waltz (8.19)
  3. Tommy Jenkins / Hunt the Squirrel (5.39)
  4. La Belle Jardiniere / Ebenezer (5.25)
  5. Goliath of Gath (4.14)
  6. Ffarwel Ned Pugh / something unpronounceable (5.24)
  7. Eine kleine Nachtmusik / Spring from The Four Seasons (2.44)
  8. Hashbaz (3.17)

All tracks trad. arr. Paul Sartin, Paul Hutchinson except
Tracks 6a Paul Hutchinson;
Tracks 7a Paul Sartin;
Tracks 8a Alice Markham;
Track 9 Mark Knopfler;
Track 11 Simon Jeffes

> Folk Music > Records > Belshazzar's Feast: Frost Bites

Belshazzar's Feast: Frost Bites

Belshazzar's Feast: Frost Bites (WildGoose WGS366CD)

Frost Bites
Belshazzar's Feast

WildGoose Studios WGS366CD (CD, UK, 2009)

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Recorded and produced by Doug Bailey at WildGoose Studios, May Cottage, Wherwell, Hampshire;
Photography by Steve Wheadon;
Artwork by 16K Design Works

Musicians

Paul Hutchinson, accordion;
Paul Sartin, oboe, cor anglais, violin, vocals

with guests:
Jennifer Bailey, vocals;
Pete Flood, percussion;
Brendan Kelly, bass clarinet

Tracks

  1. Cherry Tree Carol (Roud 453; Child 54; G/D 2:327) / Yuleogy (7.38)
  2. King Herod and the Cock (Roud 306; Child 55) / Parson's Farewell (2.17)
  3. Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day (Roud 21931) (5.19)
  4. Masquerade Royal / As Joseph Was A-Walking (Roud 453; Child 54; G/D 2:327) (6.19)
  5. Lonesome Scenes of Winter (Roud 443; Laws H12) (5.47)
  6. Gerald Road Mazurkas / Sans Day Carol (Roud 514) (6.10)
  7. One Cold Morning in December (Roud 1745) (5.33)
  8. Hampshire Mummers' Song (Roud 1065) (6.49)

All tracks trad. arr. Paul Sartin, Paul Hutchinson except
Tracks 1b, 6a Paul Hutchinson

> Folk Music > Records > Belshazzar's Feast: Find the Lady

Belshazzar's Feast: Find the Lady

Belshazzar's Feast: Find the Lady (Unearthed TPLP1080CD)

Find the Lady
Belshazzar's Feast

Unearthed / One Little Indian TPLP1080CD (CD, UK, 27 September 2010)

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Produced and mixed by Jim Moray;
Additional recording by Pete Flood;
Mastered by Cass Irvine at Wired Mastering;
Design by Alex Merry;
Sleeve layout and additional design by 16K Design Works

Musicians

Paul Sartin, vocals, violin, oboe;
Paul Hutchinson, accordion;
Pete Flood, percussion;
Jackie Oates, octave violin, viola, vocals;
Jim Moray, guitar

Tracks

  1. Wild Rover (Roud 1173; G/D 7:1480) (3.26)
  2. Widows Shall All Have Husbands / Hey Boys Up go We (3.28)
  3. Thresherman (5.33)
  4. Queen of Hearts / Well Done Jack (3.42)
  5. Primus Hornpipe (3.28)
  6. Lull Me Beyond Thee (4.32)
  7. Turtle Dove (Roud 422) (5.01)
  8. Bloomsbury Market / Bloomsbury Hypermarket (5.17)
  9. Circle of Biscuits (3.54)
  10. Queen of the May (Roud 594) (5.43)
  11. Royal Flush / Elephant Stairs (6.06)
  12. Home Lad, Home (8.31)

All tracks trad. arr. Paul Sartin, Paul Hutchinson except
Track 7 trad. arr. Paul Sartin;
Tracks 9, 11a Paul Hutchinson;
Track 10 Ian Palmer arr. Paul Sartin, Paul Hutchinson;
Track 12 words Cicely Fox Smith, music Sarah Morgan arr. Paul Sartin, Paul Hutchinson