Sixteen English Folk Songs (easy)

These easy arrangements were dedicated to Gregory d'Alessio, in 1965, one of the assistant editors of 'Guitar Review' magazine. They are all taken from 'English County Folk Songs', collected by Cecil Sharp.


I - Poor Sally sits a-weeping; II - It's of a sailor bold; III - The Cuckoo; IV - Lady Maisry; V - The Sprig of thyme; VI - Bushes and briars; VII - Abroad as I was walking; VIII - The New-mown hay; IX - The Willow tree; X - Sing ivy; XI - The Scolding wife; XII - Young Edwin in the lowlands low; XIII - My boy Willie; XIV - The Drowned sailor; XV -  My bonny boy; XVI - Low down in the broom.