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Custer LaRue Sings the Daemon Lover

Deep at the root there is no essential difference between folk music and art music; they are varied blossoms from the same stock, grown to serve a similar purpose, if destined for different tables. Originally they spring from the same area of man's mind; their divergence is a matter of history, of social and cultural stratification. Traditionally, art music is a diversion for the educated classes, while folk music is one of the most intimate, reassuring and embellishing possessions of the poor. - A. L. Lloyd, Folk Song in England


August 2, 1993


  1. The House Carpenter (The Daemon Lover)
  2. Binnorie (The Twa Sisters)
  3. Farewell To Tarwathie
  4. Fare Ye Well, Lovely Nancy
  5. Lord Ronald
  6. The Cuckoo
  7. Geordie
  8. The Fox Went Out on a Chilly Night
  9. Queen Jane
  10. The Sprig of Thyme
  11. Edward
  12. The Ash Grove
  13. Early One Morning
  14. Jesus Born in Beth'ny
  15. The Carnal and the Crane
  16. Lulle, Lullay
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