A further instalment in my series of releases to benefit the B30 Foodbank.
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There's a common theme this time - all three songs here end with the formula "if you want any more you can sing it yourself!"
As I Was a-going to Banbury was learned from the second Morris On album. I used to play this on G/D anglo concertina but have recently transferred it to the Jeffries duet. It still sounds like it's played on anglo to me but it means carrying one less instrument around.
Oliver Cromwell was learned from the Benjamin Britten British Folksong arrangements. I don't know his source.
The Old Woman and the Little Pig is from the singing of Jean Ritchie and is played on autoharp.