The Devil And The Farmers Wife - Gryphon - The Collection II (CD)

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9 thoughts on “ The Devil And The Farmers Wife - Gryphon - The Collection II (CD)

  1. Gardagor Reply
    Gryphon biography Founded in - Disbanded in - One-off reunion in - Reformed in GRYPHON was founded by Richard HARVEY (recorder, keys) and Brian GULLAND (bassoon, krumhorn) after a stint at the Royal Acadamy of Music in
  2. Dugis Reply
    The Devil returned in the tenth of the time "Take her back, farmer, I'm changing my mind" "What'll you give me for taking her in?" "I offer no more than the wages of sin" "If you want to be rid of this scolding old hen, You'll never bedevil my family again" The Devil did cry, the Devil did howl But he never returned to the man at the plough.
  3. Mikashakar Reply
    The Devil And The Farmer's Wife Lyrics: There was an old man / Who lived near Hell's gate / What happened to him / I soon will relate / The Devil he called / Upon him one day / "Tomorrow one of.
  4. Nemi Reply
    Gryphon Collection II CD () Check Availability. Glastonbury Carol CD () Check Availability. Gryphon Lyrics and Songs. Popular or famous Gryphon music songs: Kemp's Jig, Opening Move, Lament, The Devil And The Farmer's Wife, Ethelion, Three .
  5. Dougor Reply
    I love singing "The Devil and the farmer's wife", which I got from one of Wilfried Drygala's songbooks. There are similar versions in the various Cecil Sharpe collections. Having been somewhat over-married myself, I can well sympathise with and feel sorry for the much maligned Devil.
  6. Sat Reply
    The Collection II () works well as both a companion to the track Collection () or simply a stand-alone single CD overview of the folky-gone-progressive rockers Gryphon.9/
  7. JoJojas Reply
    Gryphon / Midnight Mushrumps, a Compilation of songs by Gryphon. 11 The Devil and the Farmer’s Wife except in some of the bawdier folk tunes like "The Devil and the Farmer's Wife". I enjoy this collection much more when the tunes pop up on my I-tunes jukebox, and hardly ever do I listen straight through.
  8. Kazragor Reply
    Oct 30,  · The Hindus have it in a sixth century fable collection, the Panchatantra. It seems to have travelled westward by Persia, and to have spread to almost every European country. In early versions, the farmer makes a pact with the Devil and hands over his wife in return for a pair of plough oxen.
  9. Meztikasa Reply
    Arranged By – Gryphon Written-By – Unknown Artist: 2: Sir Gavin Grimbold Arranged By – Gryphon Written-By – Unknown Artist: 3: Crossing The Stiles Arranged By – Graeme Taylor Written-By – Traditional: 4: Three Jolly Butchers Written-By – Graeme Taylor: 5: The Devil And The Farmer's Wife Arranged By /5(3).

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