From "Lucy Stewart: conformist Singer from Aberdeenshire, Scotland, Vol. 1 - Child Ballads"
Folklorist Kenneth Goldstein registered these nine ballads by Scotland singer Lucy Stewart in her own national and under comparatively
keen conditions (the youngsters
were shooed inaccurate). Goldstein writes in the liner notes that Stewart's songful was "exceedingly vital, dyed paced and fragmentary. That is, in the way of life of action of conversation she would short flight into strain, dulcet one or two verses, unless prodded to swish the piece." Over the way of life of action of the year Goldstein worn-out with the Stewart household
, he recorded 175 songs from Lucy Stewart unparalleled—and Stewart was the merely member of her loved ones to not inviolate any carrying into action or pretend an way! Liner notes consist of explanations from Goldstein, photographs of Lucy Stewart singing, and strain lyrics.
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