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The Banks Of Green Willow

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  1. The Banks of Green Willow was written in , a short pastoral idyll. It is loosely based on the song that Vaughan Williams had lovingly recorded on one of his folk safaris in It has become almost a symbol of that long-lost halcyon Edwardian age, as if Butterworth were transcribing the disappearing world around him.
  2. Banks of Green Willow It's of a sea captain, lived by the sea side oh And he has courted a fair maid till she's proved with child oh Crying, "Oh my love, what shall I do and what will become of me For my father and mother they will both disown me" "Go fetch some of .
  3. Banks Of Green Willow This song is by Tony Rose and appears on the album On Banks Of Green Willow () and on the album Bare Bones (). O it's of a sea-captain Down by the banks of willow.
  4. The Banks of Green Willow Lyrics Oh it’s of a sea captain lived by the sea-side And he’s courted of a lady till she’s proved by child "Go and fetch some of your father’s gold and some of your.
  5. Browse: Butterworth, G - The Banks of Green Willow This page lists all recordings of The Banks of Green Willow by George Butterworth (). Showing 11 - 20 of 30 results.
  6. 1: Fantasia On Greensleeves: 2: On Hearing The First Cuckoo In Spring: 3: The Banks Of Green Willow: 4: Four English Dances, Op. 27, III. Mesto: 5: Four English 5/5(1).
  7. The music of George Butterworth & Ralph Vaughan Williams is inextricably 'intertwined' and one inspired and complimented the other. A 'must' for Music lovers. First heard On the banks of the green willow by Butterworth on TV commemorations of the battle of the Somme whch was absolutely beautiful/5(19).
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Banks of Green Willow - Jeffrey Tate on AllMusic.

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