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CL 0507

Jack, Jill & All Their Friends

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2009

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Jon Banks

voice, harp, guitar, accordion & dulcimer

Matthew Spring

voice, hurdy-gurdy, lute, guitar, cittern & viol

Sara Stowe

voice, recorder & bells

Venue:

Church of St Michael and All Angels, Summertown, Oxford



Record Label
Gift Of Music

Genre:

Childrens




Total Time - 61:03
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Jack & Jill

0:58
2 

Sing a song of sixpence

1:03
3 

Oranges & Lemons

0:45
4 

Pop goes the weasel

0:36
5 

Ding ding bell

2:59
6 

Lavender's blue

1:41
7 

Little Miss Muffett & little Jack Horner

0:49
8 

Little Bo Peep

1:19
9 

Hush a bye baby

0:22
10 

Hey diddle diddle

0:45
11 

Tom, Tom the piper's son

1:12
12 

Mary, Mary, quite contrary

1:32
13 

Humpty dumpty

0:14
14 

Twinkle, twinkle, little star

3:47
15 

See saw Marjorie Dae

0:15
16 

The grand old Duke of York

1:31
17 

Oh dear, what can the matter be?

1:09
18 

Here we go round the mulberry bush

3:12
19 

Baa baa black sheep

0:58
20 

Hickory dickory dock

2:19
21 

Goosey goosey gander

1:16
22 

Three Blind Mice

1:52
23 

The spider and the fly

0:34
24 

Aiken drum

5:00
25 

How does my lady's garden grow

0:29
26 

Dance to your Daddy

1:25
27 

There was a crooked man

0:28
28 

Little Tommy Tucker

0:43
29 

One, two, buckle my shoe

0:20
30 

My little nut tree

1:46
31 

Little boy Blue

1:34
32 

Ove the hills and far away

3:19
33 

Lucy Locket & Simple Simon

1:18
34 

Three little kittens

1:25
35 

Old King Cole

1:11
36 

O clair de la lune

1:30
37 

Bye, Baby Bunting

0:27
38 

A frog he would a-wooing go

3:22
39 

Pat a cake

0:19
40 

Oats and beans and barley grow

2:53
41 

Dance a baby diddy

0:35
42 

The man in the moon

0:26
43 

Old Roger is dead

1:25
   
 Sara Stowe voice, recorder & bells
 Matthew Spring voice, hurdy-gurdy, lute, guitar, cittern & viol
 Jon Banks voice, harp, guitar, accordion & dulcimer
   


Good old-fashioned nursery songs

Traditional nursery rhymes and children’s songs in new, stylish arrangements using traditional instruments of the past. Lovely tunes, innocent words, and not a synthesiser or artificial drum machine to be heard - just high quality music making.

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