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Broadside day 2015

Broadside Day 2015

Broadside Day 2015 took place at Cecil Sharp House on 21st February 2015.

The day consisted of the following talks...

The Truth to you I’ll Tell: how much can we Trust Broadside Ballads?

Colin Bargey


Seeing Music: George Scharf and the street musicians of London 

Nigel Tallis


What I don’t know about Broadsides 

Steve Roud


Broadside Tunes from Claude M. Simpson and the Folk and Broadside Tunes in The Full English: a comparative analysis

Lewis Jones


From Old Country to New World: emigration in Welsh ballads

E. Wyn James


Samuel Harward (1741/2–1809) Printer and Bookseller in Tewkesbury, Gloucester, and Cheltenham

David Atkinson


Songs from the Sailorhood: Robert Gilchrist, ‘Bard of Tyneside’

Paul Gilchrist


Sheer Cheek and Cheap Chic: chapbooks for children 

Jonathan Cooper


Do broadsides play a part in relaying the great events of history? Case Number 1: The Battle of Waterloo

Peter Wood


You can download a PDF copy of the Programme.