A love ballad it seems ...
Steeleye Span-Royal Forester(1972) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeQ6m9shBb8 ...
Knight William and the Shepherd's Daughter /
Knight William / The Royal Forester / The Shepherd's Daughter
A love ballad it seems>@steeleye_span-Royal Forester(1972) https://t.co/gQgAR6Afgq Lyrics https://t.co/bgdhLw1kgk To https://t.co/6jWCA7w0FA— scottmacleod (@scottmacleod) April 14, 2016
A love ballad it seems>@steeleye_span-Royal Forester(1972) https://t.co/NsR2Amzvl9 Lyrics https://t.co/5rs7XVNcBZ To https://t.co/0bMa7HADCi— Open Band (Berkeley) (@TheOpenBand) April 14, 2016
In what ways can OpenBand (Berkeley) generate great Folk Rock with singing building on playing Scottish Country Dancing music (and with sheet music)?
WUaS has a "Folklore - Ethnology" wiki subject - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Folklore_-_Ethnology - (which is a budding department or similar) - and planned for all 7,097+ languages - with much potential significance for the universal translator - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/WUaS_Universal_Translator - and linguistics - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Linguistics - and - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Computational_Linguistics - at WUaS. And WUaS also re Steeleye Span and "Mainly Norfolk: English Folk and Other Good Music" has an "Ethnomusicology" wiki subject http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Ethnomusicology, also planned for all 7,097 languages.