ENGLISH    Songs, lullabies, hymns and nursery rhymes
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1 Fifteen Favourite Children's Songs
Boys and Girls | Pop goes the weasel | Baa baa black sheep | Sing a song of sixpence | Old Macdonald | We're off to see the wizard | Over the rainbow | How much is that doggie | Robin Hood | Oranges and Lemons | Three blind mice | The ballad of Davy Crockett | My Grandfathers Clock | When you wish upon a star
Nursery Rhymes
The Michael Sammes Singers

His Masters Voice 7EG 109
  1959
Illustration: unknown
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2 Lullabies and Nursery Rhymes
28 nursery rhymes
Lullabies and Nursery Rhymes
Janet Fraser & Stanley Riley

The British Broadcasting Corporation ETS 4
  1960
Illustrations: Pat Savage
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3 Dancing Songs and Rhymes
to help young children develop self-expression
Lucy Locket | There came three dukes | Skip to my loo | Busy boys and girls | Jack be nimble | With my playmate | Ring-a-ring of roses | Dance dance Mary Ann | I've built my house | Let us make a ring | Little tiny bouncing ball | In Holland stands a house | Here we go looby loo
songs
Children's choir conducted by Eira Davies

Kiddiecraft KIDS 206 / Three Four Five Publishing Limited ISBN0 903016 30 3
   1974
Illustration: David Bettinson
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4 Kidditunes
Heigh Ho (snow white) | Twinkle twinkle little star | Goosey goosey gander
songs
unknown
Kidditunes Marx Toys LM 48
  1963
78 rpm
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5 Uncle Mac's
Favourite Hymns for Children
All things bright and beautiful | Loving Shepherd of thy sheep | There's a friend for little children | The king of love my shepherd is | Onward, christian soldiers | Once in royal David's city | Now the day is over
Songs
Uncle Mac (Derek McCulloch), Barbara Mullen, Denis Wright & the Greenbank Children's Choir conducted by Leslie woodgate
His Masters Voice 7 EG 8390
  early 60-ies?
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6 Nursery Rhymes
Little Miss Muffet | Pease porridge hot | Polly put the kettle on | Little Jack Horner | Oats, peas and beans | Jack Sprat | Baa baa black sheep | Three blind mice | Ding dong bell | Pussy cat
Songs
Auntie Kathy

RCA Bluebird BB 003
  1968
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7 Humpty Dumpty
Oh dear what can the matter be | Humpty Dumpty | Ten little indians | Billy Boy | What are little boys made of | One, two buckle my shoe | Hush-a-bye baby
Songs
Auntie Kathy

RCA Bluebird BB 11
  1969
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8 Children's Favourites
Teddy Bears picnic | Hush hush here comes the bogeyman | Whistling Rufus | Who's afraid of the big bad wolf
Songs
The B.B.C. Dance Orchestra

Columbia SEG 7870
  early 60-ies?
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9 The 16 best-loved NURSERY RHYMES
Boys and girls come out to play | London bridge is falling down | Ding dong bell | Hickory dickory dock | A frog he would a-wooing go | goosey goosey gander | Oranges and lemons | Here we round the mulberry bush | Tom Tom the pipers son | Little bo peep | Sing a song of sixpence | Baa baa black sheep | Polly put the kettle on | Humpty Dumpty | Three blind mice
Songs
The Embassy Playtime Singers and Orchestra

Embassy Records WEP 1018
  1958
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10 Colour Songs and Rhymes
to help young children learn about colour
Roses are red | I've got a fine new kite | Hector Protector | White sand and grey sand | Jolly red nose | Rainbow | It's snowing it's blowing | Watch my hens | Brown patatoes | Green green green | Tick tack too | Farmer Howe | Lavender's blue | Ripe cherries | Bubbles from my pipe
songs
childrens choir accompanied by Eira Davies

Kiddiecraft KIDS 205 / Three Four Five Publishing Limited ISBN0 903016 29 X
   1974
Illustrations: Geoffrey Butcher
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11 Mary had a little lamb
Mary had a little lamb | Little boy blue | Baa baa black sheep
songs
Madeleine Collin

Hollywood Recording Guild 10
   early 50-ies?
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12 Nursery rhymes no.3
Ride a cock horse | Pussy cat | Oranges and lemons | Mary Mary quite contrary | London Bridge is falling down | Baa baa black sheep | Oh what have you got for dinner Mrs. Bond? | Pop goes the weasel | Simple Simon
songs
Cynthia Glover, John Lawrenson and Children's Choir

EMI Music For Pleasure FP 65

1967

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13 Me and my teddy bear
and animal songs - 78 rpm
Me and my teddy bear | Pop went the weasel | Three blind mice | Mary had a little lamb
songs
The Cricketones

Happy Time 7HT 928
   1962
Illustrations: Marta
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14 Old king cole
and other nursery rhymes for moderns
Old King Cole | There was a crooked man | Ladybird | What are little boys made of | The queen of hearts
songs
Ian Humphris and the Linden Singers with the Dandy Jazztones

Dandy records D6
   early sixties?
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15 Nursery Rhymes
for moderns
Hey diddle diddle | Ten little indians | Jack and Jill | Three Blind Mice | Ride a cock horse | Little Tommy Tucker
songs
The Linden Singers with the Dandy Community Players

Dandy records D20
   early sixties?
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16 Uncle Ken sings Favourite Nursery Rhymes
No. 1
Rwinkle twinkle little star | Three blind mice | Lucy Locket | Bye baby bunting | Pussy cat | Mary mary quite contrary | There was a crooked man | There was an old woman | Georgie Porgie | Three little kittens | Tom the piper's son | Mary had a little lamb | London Bridge | I had a little nut tree | Oh where | The north wind doth blow | Simple Simon | Hey diddle dumpling | Ride a cock horse | Sing a song of sixpence | Here we go round | Hush-a-bye baby
songs
Uncle Ken (Kenneth McKellar)

Decca DFE 8539
   early sixties?
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17 Nursery Rhymes - no. 3
With Uncle Mac
There was alittle man | Little Miss Muffet | Little Jack Horner | Mary Quite contrary | Here we come gathering | The lion and the unicorn | The farmer in his den | Lavender Blue | Oh what have you got for dinner Mrs. Bond? | Cock-a-doodle-do | Pussy cat | I had a little nut tree
songs
with Gwen Catley, Stanley Riley, The Greenbank Children's Choir and Orchestra conducted by Leslie Woodgate

His Masters Voice 7 EG 8401
   late fifties?
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18 Jim cro crwstyn
Welsh Children's Songs sung by Sassie Rees
Guto Benfelyn (The boy with the golden hair) | Titw Bach yn sal (Little Puss is ill) | Bwrw glaw (It's raining) | Gwningod (Rabbits) | Mam ga i Flliwt? (Mummy, can I have a Flute?) | Boneddwn Mawr O'Bala (The Squire) | Cysga Di Fy Mhlentyn Tlws
songs
Sassie Rees with ensemble directed by Robert Docker

Delysé EDP 215
   1961
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19 & 20 Yankee Doodle / Doing the hokey-pokey
Children's songs on Picture Discs

Pictur tone records
The Merry Singers
Musical Tales M305 / M306
  60-ies?
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21 Three Little Kittens
Three Little Kittens (song) | Rumple Stiltskin (story)

Unknown performers
Robin Hood Records 7A / 7B
  60-ies?
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22 Nursery Rhymes
Sing a song of sixpence | Lavender's Blue | I had a little nut tree | Hush-a-bye Baby | Hot cross buns | Polly put the kettle on | Here we go | Hickory dickory dock | Baa baa black sheep | Dame get up and bake your pies | Oranges and lemons

Sung by Doris Gould / At the piano: John Wills
His Master's Voice HMV 7EG 8296
  50-ies?
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