Audio Companion to "The Broadside Ballad in Early Modern England"

Track 25

Title

Track 25

Performer

Erik Bell

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“The Re-Resurrection of the Rump,” 1659, Bridgewater Collection, Huntington HEH 133299, EBBA 32128; sung to the shortened and Dorian version of “Greensleeves” (sung in major), titled on the ballad sheet after a tradesman ballad: “To the Tune of the Blacksmith.” The Blacksmith’s ballad’s refrain, repeated in this ballad, is another renaming of the same tune: “Which Nobody can Deny”; sung by Erik Bell

Track Number

25

Page Number

237

Disciplines

English Language and Literature | Ethnomusicology | History | Music

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