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Folksongs of Saskatchewan

Various Artists
Folksongs of Saskatchewan

These folk tunes reflect the great humor and humility of Saskatchewan inhabitants, be they long-time locals or newcomers, that has developed as all have had to negotiate life in a harsh climate and vast, isolated space.

Track Listing

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101
A Hungry Fox Wellington Thompson 1:03
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102
O Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie Herbert Sills 3:27
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103
Barbara Allen Molly Galbraith 3:42
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104
Johnny Sands Grace Carr 1:49
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105
Henry My Son Grace Carr 2:20
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106
The Lakes of Pontchatrain Sarah Ann Bartley 2:13
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107
The Twelve Days of Christmas (Welsh) John Thomas 3:28
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108
The Orphan Girl (German) John H. Gerwing 1:39
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109
In the Carpathian Hills (Ukrainian) Patricia Pasieka 1:27
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110
The Christmas Song (Ukrainian) Andy Halapatz 1:42
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111
A Song of Summer (Icelandic) Olina Asgeirsson Struthers 0:42
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112
Chanson de le Grenouillere (French) Fr. Rufin Turcotte 3:25
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113
Chanson de Riel (French) Joseph Gaspard Jeanotte 2:15
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201
A Poor Lone Girl in Saskatchewan Anne Halderman 3:30
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202
Flunky Jim Mel Bowker 1:52
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203
Saskatchewan Jim Young 2:49
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204
E.P. Walker Frank Hanson 4:37
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205
The Civil War William Bock 3:50
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206
The Backwoodsman Robert C. Paul 1:26
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207
Saulteaux Lullaby Dorothy Francis 0:53
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208
Victory Song (Cree) Mrs. Roderick Thomas 0:49
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209
The Whipping Song: Sung by Cree, Sioux, and Assinboine Cree, Sioux and Assiniboine Indians during a performance at a Pow-wow in the Quappelle Valley 1:59
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210
The Grass Song: Sung by Cree, Sioux, and Assinboine Cree, Sioux and Assiniboine Indians during a performance at a Pow-wow in the Quappelle Valley 0:42
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211
Song of Worship: Sung by Cree, Sioux, and Assinboine Cree, Sioux and Assiniboine Indians during a performance at a Pow-wow in the Quappelle Valley 0:35
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