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POEM SETTINGS SPECIAL
  and places mentioned in the Poem Settings Special edition of Gentlefolk2  
You’ll notice that the poets are in the left column, the performers on the right
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Thirteen poems - set to music and sung by a variety of different performers
Two by W.B. Yeats, two from Scottish poets and one from Shakespeare
A beautiful poem setting which originated in Germany
A song made from a poem found in a church in Birmingham
An epic poem with the music by a well-known American singer & songwriter
William Blake
The Smuggler’s Song
Robert Burns
The Highwayman
W. B. Yeats
The Salley Gardens
Lord Byron
Norton New
Bell Wakes
Down By