chantey


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a rhythmical work song originally sung by sailors

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For example, is very difficult to conceive a solution to the problems of pollution in mega cities in the global south while ignoring the populations of their slumps and chantey towns.
Another sign of her confidence as a performer is the creativity, fire and respect with which she tackles the traditional song "Shady Grove" and adds a new ending to the old sea chantey "Shenandoah.
After he purchases the cart and donkey Solly learns that the donkey only moves when a sea chantey is sung.
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MISS VOORHEES COLLEGE Chantey Danielle Wright of Atlanta is a mass communications major.
Verbinski said: "I slowly became fascinated by the idea of a contemporary reinterpretation of the sea chantey.
I dare say it's not awfully pleasant having to empty your own chantey.
Spitz believes that Kent created the word "Dipsea" based on t he use of the word "deepsea" in Rudyard Kipling's 1892 poem "The Last Chantey.
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They approached the hiding place and heard a high voice singing the pirate chantey, "Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum.
The public is invited to stay for the `Maritime Festival,' featuring Sea Chantey singers, a nautical `Re-enactor' stunt show, Taiko drummers, Jazz, Blues and Dixieland musical groups, multi-ethnic foods and sale and demonstrations of maritime art and crafts.
The work will feature a song composed by the last Princess of Hawaii (Ka'iulani) with slack-key guitar, a Newfoundland sea chantey, a traditional song of the Maori (indigenous people of New Zealand) and an arrangement of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame.
The silly couplets of the chantey, the words START and FINISH, and the exhibition's checklist with its all-important titles offered lifelines.
Under the Sea" would have been a more obvious scene-setting opener than the ho-hum sea chantey "Fathoms Below," expanded from a few throwaway bars in the film.
After he purchases the cart and donkey, Solly learns that the donkey only moves when a sea chantey is sung.