On the 27th of August 1904 Ralph Vaughan Williams came to
Ramsbury, Wiltshire. There, in Back Lane, he met an Agricultural
worker/woodman aged around 70 named John Woolford. John who
was born in Ramsbury sang five songs that Vaughan Williams considered
worthy enough to make a record of. All Serene, Mossy Banks of the Lea,
The Lost Lady, The Young Indian Lass and Erin’s Lovely Home.
This CD is a collection of all of these songs along with some others from the surrounding villages.
It can be bought directly by messaging via the contact page or downloaded from Amazon and iTunes or streamed on Spotify.