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I, of course, am most familiar with the Roberts and Barrand version of this.

Aunt Dora Baggins
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Jan 6 2013, 2:43pm


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I, of course, am most familiar with the Roberts and Barrand version of this. [In reply to] Can't Post

(That's the Nowell Sing We Clear version you linked to.) I really love wren songs, and this is among the most lovely. Thanks for bringing it to mind. It's playing beautifully in my head now.


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(This post was edited by Aunt Dora Baggins on Jan 6 2013, 2:48pm)

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Joy, Health, Love, and Peace... Be all here in this place Magpie Send a private message to Magpie Jan 5 2013, 5:34pm
    Now that I have the Loreena McKennitt version in my ear, Arandiel Send a private message to Arandiel Jan 5 2013, 5:53pm
        another great version is Magpie Send a private message to Magpie Jan 5 2013, 6:51pm
            I don't think it's really a different tune than the Steeley Span version. Aunt Dora Baggins Send a private message to Aunt Dora Baggins Jan 6 2013, 2:53pm
    Thank you! Lily Fairbairn Send a private message to Lily Fairbairn Jan 5 2013, 6:05pm
        I came upon Steeleye Span way after everyone else Magpie Send a private message to Magpie Jan 5 2013, 6:55pm
            My Mum, bless her Starling Send a private message to Starling Jan 5 2013, 9:00pm
                lol... Magpie Send a private message to Magpie Jan 5 2013, 9:33pm
                    Yes, I quite liked her version :) // Starling Send a private message to Starling Jan 5 2013, 9:49pm
    Magpie, i do believe silneldor Send a private message to silneldor Jan 6 2013, 3:56am
        You were greeted by the Wren! dernwyn Send a private message to dernwyn Jan 6 2013, 1:14pm
    A Twelfthnight blessing! dernwyn Send a private message to dernwyn Jan 6 2013, 1:29pm
    I, of course, am most familiar with the Roberts and Barrand version of this. Aunt Dora Baggins Send a private message to Aunt Dora Baggins Jan 6 2013, 2:43pm
    Here's another of my favorite wren songs, also from Nowell Sing We Clear Aunt Dora Baggins Send a private message to Aunt Dora Baggins Jan 6 2013, 2:59pm
        I like The Cutty Wren a lot Magpie Send a private message to Magpie Jan 6 2013, 3:12pm
            I love the Cutty Wren too. I play it on my harp :-) // Aunt Dora Baggins Send a private message to Aunt Dora Baggins Jan 6 2013, 3:13pm
    The first wren song I ever learned was about a rat. Aunt Dora Baggins Send a private message to Aunt Dora Baggins Jan 6 2013, 3:14pm
        wow, they sure 'Americanized' that song, didn't they. :-) Magpie Send a private message to Magpie Jan 6 2013, 4:34pm
    Love and Happiness Annael Send a private message to Annael Jan 6 2013, 4:19pm
        I really love Emmy Lou // Magpie Send a private message to Magpie Jan 6 2013, 4:35pm
    Oooo, we had a wren get inside the house on Jan 5th! AlassŽa Eruvande Send a private message to AlassŽa Eruvande Jan 6 2013, 5:59pm
    I recorded my version of Cutty Wren to share with you. Aunt Dora Baggins Send a private message to Aunt Dora Baggins Jan 7 2013, 4:28am
        It sounds so much prettier... Magpie Send a private message to Magpie Jan 7 2013, 4:45am
            Apparently it's traditional to bang staves on the ground while singing it. Aunt Dora Baggins Send a private message to Aunt Dora Baggins Jan 7 2013, 4:57am
    And the same to you, Magpie./ Patty Send a private message to Patty Jan 7 2013, 4:41am

 
 
 

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