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Musical Entertainment at the 2012 Folklore Society Conference
April 16th 2012 | 4 comment(s)

 

Seriously good conference again this year from the Folklore Society at the University of Chichester (UK). This year’s theme was Folklore and Fantasy.

At whilst there ...

The Hares and South Downs Singers provided us with an excellent selection of local folksongs on the Saturday evening including this one ‘Come Write Me Down’. Turn the volume up!

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(3 mins)


 




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