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Richard Oswin: Three New Zealand Folk Song Settings - 2009 - hardcopy SCOREHardcopy typeset
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1) 'Drinking Rum and Raspberry' - tune and text by Anon - an irreverent song about consuming alcoholic beverages;
2) 'My Man's Gone' - tune and text by Anon - a mournful song in which a woman laments the loss of her partner, who has left home unannounced to try to find work during the Great Depression; and
3) 'The Day the Pub Burned Down' - text by Bob Edwards, tune Anon - a humorous tale of the demise of a local hostelry.
1. Drinking Rum and Raspberry
2. My Man's Gone
3. The Day the Pub Burned Down
1-2. Words: Anon
3. Words: Bob Edwards
Performed by The Jubilate Singers with soloist Liz Moolenaar, conducted by Grant Hutchinson