chantey

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a rhythmical work song originally sung by sailors

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But the Son of Rogue's Gallery album will be a sequel of one that the same producers released in 2006, Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs, & Chanteys.
England-born, New World-raised singer Dan Milner lends his clear tenor to a fine selection of traditional and more recent Celtic sea chanteys.
HOW I wish I'd been at the SummerTyne - Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs and Chanteys concert at The Sage Gateshead attended by your reviewer Sam Wonfor (The Journal, July 26).
Inspired by the theme music from hit movie Pirates Of The Caribbean, the US singer/songwriter will play songs from the Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs And Chanteys album.
The rollicking steamboat songs and chanteys sang on the old clipper ships were the products of black-skinned roustabouts and deck hands" (p.
5 Richard Thompson, "Mingulay Boat Song," from Hal Wilner's Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs, & Chanteys (Anti) A haunting sea song about the island of Mingulay in the Outer Hebrides, which has been uninhabited since 1912.
The U2 frontman has recorded a track for a new album called Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs And Chanteys.
The musical parentheses of jaunty sea chanteys at the beginning and end of each disk contribute not only a sense of continuity, but also lend a realistic old New England seacoast flavor to the tale.
Granted, it's too much to expect a medley of sea chanteys for Chef Moonen's week on the hot plate (or, far that matter, an evening of chansons for the master chefs from the French Culinary Institute).
But the Harrow songs that we sang under Cecil Sharp were worth all the school chanteys that were ever written'.
It's a notion of music that's seen as intensely Jamaican, and in a way it is, but it's also drawing on sea chanteys and influences from all over the place.
Once a month, you can climb down into the hold of the Balclutha and listen to old sea chanteys.
Eventually the Folkways catalogue came to embrace more than two thousand titles and an ever widening definition of what Asch called "people's music," everything from black gospel, mountain ballads, and sea chanteys to Native American ritual songs, Caribbean dances, and avant-garde poetry.
That night's program traditionally consists of British music, climaxing with audience accompaniment to well-known marches, sea chanteys, and patriotic songs.