England In Ribbons

For hundreds of years, ordinary people across the world have expressed their relationship with life and landscape through traditional dance, music and song.

The English traditions that have been shaped and nurtured by the hands of successive generations now make up the deep and richly layered ground that is England today.

A two hour montage of songs, tunes, conversation, storytelling and dance, with contributions from Hugh Lupton, Martin Carthy, Eliza Carthy, Chris Wood, Robert Harbron, the Britannia Coconut Dancers of Bacup, Oxford Folk Festival goers, Rosalie and Colin Dipper, the English Acoustic Collective, John Spiers and Jon Boden, Andy Cutting, Kathryn Tickell and many more.

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20060423

For hundreds of years, ordinary people across the world have expressed their relationship with life and landscape through traditional dance, music and song.

The English traditions that have been shaped and nurtured by the hands of successive generations now make up the deep and richly layered ground that is England today.

A two hour montage of songs, tunes, conversation, storytelling and dance, with contributions from Hugh Lupton, Martin Carthy, Eliza Carthy, Chris Wood, Robert Harbron, the Britannia Coconut Dancers of Bacup, Oxford Folk Festival goers, Rosalie and Colin Dipper, the English Acoustic Collective, John Spiers and Jon Boden, Andy Cutting, Kathryn Tickell and many more.

20060423

For hundreds of years, ordinary people across the world have expressed their relationship with life and landscape through traditional dance, music and song.

The English traditions that have been shaped and nurtured by the hands of successive generations now make up the deep and richly layered ground that is England today.

A two hour montage of songs, tunes, conversation, storytelling and dance, with contributions from Hugh Lupton, Martin Carthy, Eliza Carthy, Chris Wood, Robert Harbron, the Britannia Coconut Dancers of Bacup, Oxford Folk Festival goers, Rosalie and Colin Dipper, the English Acoustic Collective, John Spiers and Jon Boden, Andy Cutting, Kathryn Tickell and many more.For hundreds of years, ordinary people across the world have expressed their relationship with life and landscape through traditional dance, music and song. The English traditions that have been shaped and nurtured by the hands of successive generations now make up the deep and richly layered ground that is England today.

A two hour montage of songs, tunes, conversation, storytelling and dance, with contributions from Hugh Lupton, Martin Carthy, Eliza Carthy, Chris Wood, Robert Harbron, the Britannia Coconut Dancers of Bacup, Oxford Folk Festival goers, Rosalie and Colin Dipper, the English Acoustic Collective, John Spiers and Jon Boden, Andy Cutting, Kathryn Tickell and many more.