* Modern-sounding sea chanty
with hurdygurdy, accordion, male voices
In stark contrast to the sea chanty
, the lovely "Searching for Lambs" with its minor key and 5/8 meter begins with soft descending chords in the right hand of the piano over a reiterated, syncopated single note in the left hand.
Other paintings by Charles which will be auctioned by Bonhams on Tuesday include A Sea Chanty
at pounds 5,000, Waiting for the Tide at pounds 8,000, and Rowing Home at pounds 15,000.
A great, scary sea chanty
such as The Well And The Lighthouse swings from mountainside hill choir to hellfire on the high seas.
In three quick decades Jon Langford has gone from helping invent punk rock with his old college band The Mekons to performing, on his most recent solo album, an earnest, gutsy cover of Procol Harum's interminable sea chanty
, "Salty Dog."
Nevertheless we caught a ferry from the small Hampshire coastal town of Lymington for the thirty-minute crossing to Yarmouth, a port made famous by the rude sea chanty
This book was the only one to have at least one poem in its written before Corso had met the other members of the so-called Beat generation (he met Ginsberg in 1950, and "Sea Chanty
" had been written in 1945), and thus shows that his anti-ecological concerns were not conceived against the other Beats, but were part of his original vision of nature and society.
The twelve folk songs in this volume include five American songs, a sea chanty
, a Korean folk song, an adaptation of an Armenian lullaby, and folk songs from England, Ireland, and the former Czechoslovakia.
(A Republican sea chanty
on the need to repeal the inheritance tax)