ANST - Fw: [TY] Drive the Cold Winter Away
charlene at flash.net
Fri Dec 10 09:38:25 PST 1999
I don't know anything about the age of the lyrics, but the tune is used for a
dance with the same title from 1st edition Playford (1651).
Baronman at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 12/9/99 7:22:10 AM Central Standard Time, cwoulfe at life.edu
> << Drive the Cold Winter Away
> Traditional (early 17th century)
> only slightly out of period
> All hail to the days that merit more praise
> than all the rest of the year,
> And welcome the nights that double delights
> as well as for the poor as the peer! >>
> STRANGE- on Loreena McKennitt's CD this is listed as " In Praise Of
> Christmas " and it is said to be a traditional 18th century English song.
> This makes it way out of period.
> Loreena McKennitt- To Drive the Cold Winter Away QRCD102 copywrite 1987
> Baron Bors
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