Some of you may remember these songs from the last time we worked our way through the cycle of folk songs. But if you're new here, and even if you're not, we think you'll get more out of these songs if you read the blog posts we've put together for them.
For selected video links, please visit our Folk Songs page at AmblesideOnline.org.
We are also featuring each folk song on its very own post here on Archipelago, linked in the list above. These posts will be linked from the AO Folk Songs page, too. This way, when you start preparing to introduce a new song, it will be easy as pie to click straight to that song's blog post. Be sure to check out each song's post for recommended lyrics and recordings, and interesting info about each song.
And Now For A Few Helpful Hints
If you’re new around here (and if so, welcome and we’re so glad you’re here!), please (we beg you!) read/re-read Wendi Capehart’s post Folk Songs: Some Back Story. It'll do you good.
Then read her brief but terrific introductory comments here, where she shared some of her easy but brilliant ideas for living the folk singing life.
And if you’re still not quite sure why we AO folks make such a fuss about singing, please read Folk Songs: Some Real Life Experiences for a hearty dose of encouragement.
You may also enjoy this essay by Lynn Bruce: Folk Songs, Unplugged.
Here's to another great year of folk songs!
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