Morris dancing in the English South Midlands, 1660-1900

a chronological gazetteer by Keith Chandler

Publisher: Hisarlik Press in Middlesex, UK

Written in English
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Places:

  • England,
  • Midlands

Subjects:

  • Morris dance -- England -- Midlands -- History -- Chronology.

Edition Notes

StatementKeith Chandler.
SeriesPublications of the Folklore Society., 2
ContributionsChandler, Keith.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGV1796.M7 C443 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 246 p. :
Number of Pages246
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1348508M
ISBN 101874312079
LC Control Number92237106

Keith Chandler, Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles: The Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, (Enfield Lock, Eng., ), suggests, “Details noted in all five of the cited references may, however, derive from a single source” (p. 30). CITE FORREST’S BIG BOOK. Chander’s book ‘Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, , A Chronological Gazeteer’.) Was he the fool seen and described by Hilderic Friend? What we do know is that he was the Great Uncle of one of our current men, Len Tuckey. Though Len has never played the role of . Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, //B Morris Dancing in the South Midlands, A Chronological Gazetteer. Publications of the Folklore Society: Tradition 2. Minute Book with general meeting minutes at the front and minutes of a few meetings of the Meat Supply Committee and the Dairy.   Contrary to Alfred 'Williams's assertion that mortis dancing was not found south of the Thames, this paper documents a reference from the Berkshire parish of Brightwalton in the mid-eighteenth century. Morris dancing was in fact just one of a number of customary activities performed by the parishioners.

Keith Chandler, Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands , CD-ROM, MTCD, Dan Worrall, House Dance, Dance music played on the Anglo-German concertina by musicians of the house dance era, digital book with embedded audio files, CD-ROM, MTCD, The social history of morris dancing in the English south Midlands, (Enfield Lock: Hisarlik Press for the Folklore Society, ; Musical Traditions CD ROM, ), Chapter 4. Len Berry MSS. 'Extract from a diary of William Wilson Saunders born 4th June , enttitled [sic] 'a short account of my life' written in English to Spanish Medical Dictionary) (Spanish Edition) Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles: A Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, (Publications of the Folklore Society) Spanish-English English-Spanish Medical Dictionary/Diccionario MedicoFile Size: KB. (2) Step-dancing was common in Wiltshire and Berkshire, but not morris dancing. In contrast, morris was common in Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire. This general distribution for morris activity in the English South Midlands, at least from the later seventeenth century onwards, has been accepted ever since, even giving rise to the term 'Cotswold.

Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles: A Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, Paperback; English. He held the position of Master of the Worshipful Company of Founders in and Date of publication, unknown. Printed by Galleon Press, Croydon. This book, along with a replica of Richard Weoley’s seal [see //Art] were presented to CADHAS by the Worshipful Company of Founders. Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, A Chronological Gazetteer (Keith Chandler) W F H Nicholaisen: Narrative Singing in Ireland: Lays, Ballads, Come-All-Yes and Other Songs (Hugh Shields) Chris Smith: The Life and Legend of Leadbelly (Charles Wolfe and . Chandler, Keith, Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles: the social history of morris dancing in the English South Midlands, , Hisarlik Press, Enfield Lock, , and theMusical Traditions CD-ROM, MTCD, Worrall has clearly read Chandler’s work carefully, and makes thoughtful use of his research in this book.

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Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands Aspects of social and cultural history - by Keith Chandler. Musical Traditions MTCD First, since this is a review of a Musical Traditions production, I should declare that it is of a bought copy, not a complementary one: my money Morris dancing in the English South Midlands.

Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles: The Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, (Publications of the Folklore Society) [Chandler, Keith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles: The Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South MidlandsCited by: 6.

Buy Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, by Keith Chandler from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Buy Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, A Chronological Gazetteer (Publications of the Folklore Society: Tradition) First Edition - Softback by Keith Chandler (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Keith Chandler. Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, A Chronological Gazetteer by Keith Chandler (3 times) The Pinewoods International Collection by Tom Pixton (2 times) The Morris Book, Part I: A History of Morris Dancing by Cecil J.

Sharp (2 times). Most of us dance not just because Morris is historical, but because it's 1660-1900 book. But the historical connection is certainly interesting.

Some years ago I picked up Keith Chandler's book Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles - a social history of morris dancing from - Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, (Publications of the Folklore Society) Hijikata Tatsumi and Butoh: Dancing in a Pool of Gray Grits (Palgrave Studies in Theatre and Performance History) Dancing from Past to Present: Nation, Culture, Identities (Studies in Dance History).

Keith's two books provide fascinating encounters with the culture of Morris dancing and 'the old dead guys' to which we owe so much. Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, A Chronological Gazetteer: Chandler, Keith: Hisarlik Press: (Publication for the Folklore Society) 1.

Ribbons, Bells, and Squeaking Fiddles: the Social History of Morris dancing in the English South Midlands, Hisarlik Press Enfield Lock, Middlesex, Corrsin, Stephen D Sword Dancing in Europe: a History Hisarlik Press Enfield Lock, Middlesex, Forrest, John The History of Morris Dancing, James Clarke, Cambridge, Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, A Chronological Gazetteer (Publications of the Folklore Society: Tradition) by Keith Chandler [Hisarlik Press] Rank/Rating: /.

“Dance history is not only an academic or artistic undertaking. Dance history is human history. Dance history explores the intersection of the collective narrative with the human body.

You can not understand history of dance without understanding how dance is the individuation of collective storytelling.".

The best book on the history of the post-restoration Morris is K. Chandler, "Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles". The social history of Morris Dancing in the English South MidlandsHisarlik Press For early Morris, we suggest the weighty tome J.

Forrest, A History of Morris Dancing Cambridge Not on the web (to my knowledge) but on the CD-ROM version of Keith Chandler's "Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands " are: information on records of pre 20th century performances in Ilmington and of dancers from Ilmington in the "Chronological Gazetteer" an article, "Ilmington Morris Dancers: The Revival of ".

Chandler, Keith, “Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles:” The Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, – (London: Folklore Society, ). Judge, Roy, “ Merrie England and the Morris, –,” Folklore (), Cited by: 2.

From Keith Chandler’s book ‘Ribbons, Bells and Sqeaky Fiddles, a Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands ’. This is the companion book to the gazetteer mentioned in note 2 above and is an excellent read for anyone wanting to understand the social context in which morris dancing evolved.

6 Keith Chandler, “Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles”: The Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands – (London: Folklore Society, ), pp. 4, 7 I am grateful to Michael Higgins who suggested that the term may be derived from the Bible; Judas ‘had the bag’ for the disciples (John, ).File Size: KB.

The social history of morris dancing in the English south Midlands, ' (Enfield Lock: Hisarlik Press, for the Folklore Society, ), ; republished, with minor textual emendations, on Morris Dancing in the English south Midlands Chandler, Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, Aspects of Social and Cul-tural History CD-ROM (Musical Traditions MTCD, ), Chapter 7 ‘The Learning Process’.

8 ‘Ducklington Morris’. 9 Michael Heaney, ‘With Scarfes and Garters as you Please: An Exploratory Essay in the Eco-File Size: KB. [Sources: Keith Chandler, Morris Dancing in the South Midlands A Chronological Gazetteer.

Enfield Lock: Hisarlik,; Keith Chandler, Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles: The Social History of Morris Dancing in the South Midlands,Enfield Lock: Hisarlik,; Frank Kidson and Mary Neal, English Folk. Morris dancing in the English south Midlands, A chronological gazetteer Republication of the complete book, extensively revised since its first appearance in Featuring two 'new' locations, details of many previously unknown dancers, and numerous fresh sources.

The Morris at Alvescot Morris Matters 4, number 1 (February ), ; republished, as Morris dancing in Alvescot, Oxfordshire, in on Morris Dancing in the English south Midlands Aspects of Social and Cultural History (Stroud: Musical Traditions Records, ) MTCD [CD-ROM].

The original text from the man who brought morris back from the brink of extinction. Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles The Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands Keith Chandler Hisarlik Press ISBN 1 06 0. Buy Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles: A Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, (Publications of the Folklore Society - tradition) by Chandler, Keith, Folklore Society (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Keith Chandler, Folklore Society. In AprilCecil Sharp visited the Hemmings brothers but did not at that time get enough information to publish any Abingdon dances in his first edition of the Morris Book (maybe he did not buy enough beer).

In the local newspapers reported that the morris dancing at the June fair was again seen, together with the Horns. Keith Chandler’s Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles: The Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands,Hisarlik Press (), ISBN 1 06 0.

Recently revised and republished along with other writings by Chandler on CD-ROM. An essential work for anyone with an interest in the history, context, and “meaning.

Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles: A Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, (Publications of the Folklore Society - tradition) by Keith Chandler [Hisarlik Press] Rank/Rating: /. Chandler, “Ribbons, Bells, and Squeaking Fiddles” and Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands,by Richard S.

Holmes Chapter VII: “Country Dances” from Old Country Life, by S. Baring Gould In Memory of Ted Sannella. Chandler, K. Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles: The Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, Enfield Lock: Hisarlik Press _____ Morris dancing in the English South Midlands, a chronological gazetteer.

Enfield .A quick list of book-length research monographs, which have appeared since the mids, includes John Forrest's analytical study The History of Morris Dancing, (), Keith Chandler's Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles: The Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, (), Georgina Boyes's The.Watts Love of Wisdom) Ribbons, Bells and Squeaking Fiddles: A Social History of Morris Dancing in the English South Midlands, (Publications of the Folklore Society) The Complete Book of Emigrants, Identity and Diversity: Celebrating Dance in Taiwan (Celebrating Dance in.