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FolkCast's second annual celebration of the season of Spring, as told in music, rhyme and verse. Come on, let's set out now on a journey from the death of Old Man Winter to the dawning of a new summer ... on the way we'll visit April and Easter as we
March Into May!

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Running time: 1hr18min
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Presented and produced
Phil Widdows

The Music and  Verse ()

Spring Song by Charlie Chaplin

First Song Of Spring
by Paul McGladdery

It May Be Spring But I Still Need A Coat
by The Webb Sisters

by Ian Bland (written and recorded exclusively for FolkCast)

    with Dance Of The Demon Daffodils
(instrumental) by John Kirkpatrick

I Saw The Sun Today
by Becky Mills

Come The Springtime
by Blue Rose Code

Never Mind, March
by Anon

The Springtime Of The Year
by John Rutter & The Cambridge Singers

First Spring Day
by Suburban Tribe

Spring Has Sprung
by George Breakfast

Excerpt from Two Tramps in Mud Time by Robert Frost
with The Walk Before Easter (instrumental) by Martin Simpson

Blackrod Hawthorn
written and spoken by Dogman (aka David Sands)

One More Day
by Skylark Song

by Maddy Prior

Pace-Egging And Old Tosspot

Pace-Egging Time
by The Watersons

by Bill Hicks

Easter Snow
by Christy Moore

Hare block

It Can't Be So
by Ange Hardy

Our Stolen Season
by Ashley Hutchings (vocals, Emily Slade)

Let's Misbehave
by Irving Aaronson & His Commanders

Excerpt from Jeeves In The Springtime by PG Wodehouse

Poisoning Pigeons In The Park
by Tom Lehrer

Bleed The Maple
by Emmett Doyle

by Rosa Rebecka

May Day Approaching...
by Ewan MacColl

Northill May Song / Mwynen Mai
by Blanche Rowan & Mike Gulston

The First Of May (instrumental)
by James Bell

Cuckoo's Nest
by The Morris On Band

May Day In Ducklington
by Cecil Sharp

Cuckoo's Nest (instrumental and dance)
by Hunter's Moon Morris

May Morning
by Triangle

Why Spring?
by Phil Widdows

A Clown's Heart
by Oysterband

Owl Block

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