Edward, Edward

Reading experience

?itemComments

Edward, Edward

Reading experience
Identifer:
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Evidence

"The subject of the evening, "Ballads", now occupied attention. From an introductory paper prepared by Mary Hayward & from readings by Rosamund Wallis we learnt what a ballad is or was & is not. [this is summarised at length] The programme was divided into six parts dealing with the six main varieties of ballads. Some of these ballads were read & others were sung. Part 1. dealing with Magic Song The Two Musicians Mr & Mrs Unwin Reading The Demon Lover Mr Rawlings [ditto] Thomas the Rhymer Miss R Wallis Part 2. Stories of Romance Song Lord Rendel The Book Club Reading Edward Edward (Binnorie) R.B Graham Instead of Binnorie we were favoured by a rendering of a Berkshire version of this story by Mr Graham. In fact he broke forth into song & was assisted in the chorus refrain by the whole Club who sang with differing emphasis ""And I"ll be true to my love - if my love"ll be true to me"". part 3. Romance Shading into History reading Sir Patrick Spens Mr R.H. Robson [ditto] Bonnie house of Airly [sic] Mr H.R. Smith Part 4. Greenwood & Robin Hood Reading Nut Brown Maid Mr & Mrs Evans [ditto] Death of Robin Hood Mr Rawlings H.M. Wallis read at this stage an interesting paper upon the subject [contents summarised] Part 5. Later History Reading Battle of Otterburn Miss Marriage [ditto] Helen of Kirconnel H.M. Wallis Part 6. Showing gradual decline Song Bailiff"s Daughter of Islington Mrs Robson Reading Undaunted Mary Mrs Rawlings Song Mowing the Barley All Song The Wealthy Farmer"s Son Mr & Mrs Unwin"

Source


Text being read

EuRED : text status
TST4
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TPR211 Reading

Reader(s) and listener(s)

Reader
Graham, R.B.
Born in ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

Details of the reading experience

Date of Reading Experience
December 9 1922
Time of Reading Experience
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EuRED : emotions
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Notes
Material by kind permission of the XII Book Club. For further information and permission to quote this source, contact the Reading Experience Database (http://www.open.ac.uk/Arts/reading/contacts.php). combination of reading and song

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Related place
England
Related people
Graham, R.B.
Related place
England
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Part 1. dealing with Magic
Song The Two Musicians Mr &amp; Mrs Unwin
Reading The Demon Lover Mr Rawlings
[ditto] Thomas the Rhymer Miss R Wallis

Part 2. Stories of Romance
Song Lord Rendel The Book Club
Reading Edward Edward (Binnorie) R.B Graham
Instead of Binnorie we were favoured by a rendering of a Berkshire version of this story by Mr Graham. In fact he broke forth into song &amp; was assisted in the chorus refrain by the whole Club who sang with differing emphasis ""And I"ll be true to my love - if my love"ll be true to me"".

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[ditto] Bonnie house of Airly [sic] Mr H.R. Smith

Part 4. Greenwood &amp; Robin Hood
Reading Nut Brown Maid Mr &amp; Mrs Evans
[ditto] Death of Robin Hood Mr Rawlings

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Part 5. Later History
Reading Battle of Otterburn Miss Marriage 
[ditto] Helen of Kirconnel H.M. Wallis

Part 6. Showing gradual decline
Song Bailiff"s Daughter of Islington Mrs Robson
Reading Undaunted Mary Mrs Rawlings
Song Mowing the Barley All
Song The Wealthy Farmer"s Son Mr &amp; Mrs Unwin"</ptr>
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Edward, Edward

Reading experience
Identifer:
ukred-27701

Evidence

"The subject of the evening, "Ballads", now occupied attention. From an introductory paper prepared by Mary Hayward & from readings by Rosamund Wallis we learnt what a ballad is or was & is not. [this is summarised at length] The programme was divided into six parts dealing with the six main varieties of ballads. Some of these ballads were read & others were sung. Part 1. dealing with Magic Song The Two Musicians Mr & Mrs Unwin Reading The Demon Lover Mr Rawlings [ditto] Thomas the Rhymer Miss R Wallis Part 2. Stories of Romance Song Lord Rendel The Book Club Reading Edward Edward (Binnorie) R.B Graham Instead of Binnorie we were favoured by a rendering of a Berkshire version of this story by Mr Graham. In fact he broke forth into song & was assisted in the chorus refrain by the whole Club who sang with differing emphasis ""And I"ll be true to my love - if my love"ll be true to me"". part 3. Romance Shading into History reading Sir Patrick Spens Mr R.H. Robson [ditto] Bonnie house of Airly [sic] Mr H.R. Smith Part 4. Greenwood & Robin Hood Reading Nut Brown Maid Mr & Mrs Evans [ditto] Death of Robin Hood Mr Rawlings H.M. Wallis read at this stage an interesting paper upon the subject [contents summarised] Part 5. Later History Reading Battle of Otterburn Miss Marriage [ditto] Helen of Kirconnel H.M. Wallis Part 6. Showing gradual decline Song Bailiff"s Daughter of Islington Mrs Robson Reading Undaunted Mary Mrs Rawlings Song Mowing the Barley All Song The Wealthy Farmer"s Son Mr & Mrs Unwin"

Source


Text being read

EuRED : text status
TST4
EuRED : text form
TFO27
EuRED : text provenance
TPR211 Reading

Reader(s) and listener(s)

Reader
Graham, R.B.
Born in ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

Details of the reading experience

Date of Reading Experience
December 9 1922
Time of Reading Experience
EuRED : experience type
EXT111
EuRED : experience frequency
EXF2
Place of reading experience
England
EuRED : emotions
EuRED : intensity
EuRED : environment
EuRED : lighting
EuRED : testimony
EuRED : reliability
Notes
Material by kind permission of the XII Book Club. For further information and permission to quote this source, contact the Reading Experience Database (http://www.open.ac.uk/Arts/reading/contacts.php). combination of reading and song

How to cite this record

You can copy this item for personal use, share it, and post it on a blog or website. It cannot be used commercially without permission. Please ensure the following credit accompanies it:


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Accessed on 2019/11/20 05:01:03

Related place
England
Related people
Graham, R.B.
Related place
England
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Part 1. dealing with Magic
Song The Two Musicians Mr &amp; Mrs Unwin
Reading The Demon Lover Mr Rawlings
[ditto] Thomas the Rhymer Miss R Wallis

Part 2. Stories of Romance
Song Lord Rendel The Book Club
Reading Edward Edward (Binnorie) R.B Graham
Instead of Binnorie we were favoured by a rendering of a Berkshire version of this story by Mr Graham. In fact he broke forth into song &amp; was assisted in the chorus refrain by the whole Club who sang with differing emphasis ""And I"ll be true to my love - if my love"ll be true to me"".

part 3. Romance Shading into History
reading Sir Patrick Spens Mr R.H. Robson
[ditto] Bonnie house of Airly [sic] Mr H.R. Smith

Part 4. Greenwood &amp; Robin Hood
Reading Nut Brown Maid Mr &amp; Mrs Evans
[ditto] Death of Robin Hood Mr Rawlings

H.M. Wallis read at this stage an interesting paper upon the subject [contents summarised]

Part 5. Later History
Reading Battle of Otterburn Miss Marriage 
[ditto] Helen of Kirconnel H.M. Wallis

Part 6. Showing gradual decline
Song Bailiff"s Daughter of Islington Mrs Robson
Reading Undaunted Mary Mrs Rawlings
Song Mowing the Barley All
Song The Wealthy Farmer"s Son Mr &amp; Mrs Unwin"</ptr>
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