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  • Hardcover
  • 32
  • The Mummer's Song
  • Bud Davidge
  • English
  • 09 March 2019
  • 9780888991782

5 thoughts on “The Mummer's Song

  1. says:

    Nice to learn of a regional Christmas tradition This was vastly improved by reading along while listening to the recording from which it was drawn The sole change in the words from alky alcohol to syrup seemed unnecessary

  2. says:

    Ian Wallace's art is as usual stunning in this rhyming verse picture book that introduces children to the mumming tradition in Newfoundland which began in the early 1800s

  3. says:

    The traditional Newfoundland song Perfect for teaching people

  4. says:

    If you want to learn about Newfoundland's traditonhistory This book is good one it just give an example of what Mummering is

  5. says:

    A story dear to my heart the mummers song is a Christmas tradition in my family Here the lyrics are beautifully illustrated with a copy of the song to boot

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The Mummer's Song

L ritual In The Mummer's Song an elderly woman and her two grandsons are visited by a band of twenty mummers masked and costumed neighbors who carouse. Ian Wallace s art is as usual stunning in this rhyming verse picture book that introduces children to the mumming tradition in Newfoundland which began in the early 1800s

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Make merry joke and dance The words to a popular song describe the custom of neighbors visiting from house to house for singing dancing and refreshment. The traditional Newfoundland song Perfect for teaching people

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An old and esoteric tradition in rural Newfoundland captures the spirit of two favorite holidays Christmas and Halloween and combines them in an unusua. Nice to learn of a regional Christmas tradition This was vastly improved by reading along while listening to the recording from which it was drawn The sole change in the words from alky alcohol to syrup seemed unnecessary