My dearest Sylvan, I hope that this letter finds you in the peak of good health, I am sorry that I have not been there for you lately; somehow I just haven’t been able to find the time. Even though we can measure many years together now I still know so little about you, I [...]
Be gone you Saucy Sailor lad, be gone you Jacky Tar!
This is one of the traditional songs that I love to sing; it is lively and exciting! Difficulty level: Intermediate. Overall I’d say this song would be hard for a beginner and is better suited to someone with a few years experience. The chords I have given below are the ones I use and are [...]
I find autumn heart stoppingly beautiful, I often marvel at the people who leave this green Isle at this time of year
I can see the colourful fields rolling out far across to the sea, spread like a bobbly green wonky patchwork quilt, it reminds me of childhood memories of Alice Through the Looking Glass...
The Black Shawl also know as Do You Love An Apple, is a traditional song that was found and recorded all over the British Isles and Ireland by the early victorian collectors, with many variations. I don’t sing many love songs, usually preferring those about the darker side of life, and The Black Shawl is [...]
somebody stepped on my face and then shouted in my ear, and I wondered is that the stuff that inspiration is made of?
Humans have been teaching their young through storytelling since the beginning! Story brings meaning and purpose; it helps us to make sense of the World and it opens our Hearts, Your Heart is a part of the Universe.....
Ever since I could open my mouth to sing I have had a great passion for trees. I can remember as a small child having a deep sense of their importance to me and to all beings, I had an idea that we belong together and I associated places with the trees that grew there. [...]
Thank You everything that can possibly be thanked, it’s March at long last, and I have made it through another English winter without killing anyone and I still have my major faculties and all my own teeth. Not only is March fantastic because Spring is on its way, bunnies are hopping, the birds [...]