Shakespearian music

  john bunyan 14:50 PM 23 Apr 12
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There was a radio 4 programme the other day that featured music of Shakespeare's time that included a song that you who are ale drinkers and buy a pint for your lady may care to listen to and be careful Here

  wiz-king 17:33 PM 23 Apr 12

A little before Shakespeare's time but also has a great 'wordy' way.

  wiz-king 17:33 PM 23 Apr 12

A little before Shakespeare's time but also has a great 'wordy' way.

  john bunyan 17:45 PM 23 Apr 12

wiz-king

Quite put me off my tea! This must have been at about Chaucer's time?

  Toneman 17:51 PM 23 Apr 12
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john bunyan Perhaps you might prefer "It was a lover and his lass", played yesterday evening by David Lowe on Radio Devon at about 1 and a half hours into his programme i.e. 1.30 hours along on the BBC Iplayer...

  john bunyan 18:04 PM 23 Apr 12

Toneman

That was recorded a year after I was born! Not so full of innuendos as others, quite sanitised!

  Aitchbee 19:35 PM 29 Apr 12

BBC1 - Antiques Roadshow is from Bill Shakespeare's patch tonite. 8 pm.

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