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  1. Tom O'Bedlam's Song, for voice & cello. Composed By Richard Rodney Bennett. Duration Recording Date & Recording Location Decca Music Group Limited. Track Listing - Disc 6. Title/Composer Performer Time Stream;
  2. Tom O'Bedlam's Song by Anonymous. msscheffer. Posts: 1, msscheffer. Post May 04, #1 T From the hagg and hungrie goblin That into raggs would rend ye, And the spirit that stands by the naked man In the Book of Moones - defend ye! That of .
  3. Tom O'Bedlam's Song. STUDY. PLAY. The Gypsies, Snap and Pedro, Are none of Tom's comradoes, The punk I scorn, and the cutpurse sworn And the roaring boy's bravadoes. The punk I scorn, and the cutpurse sworn And the roaring boy's bravadoes. The meek, the white, the gentle, Me handle not nor spare not;.
  4. Aug 01,  · Check out 6 Songs: No. 6, Tom o' Bedlam's Song by Lisa Harper-Brown on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on klamecsuladilmupudissenaldiawea.coinfo
  5. Jan 30,  · "Lily White Boys" come form a song "Green Grow the Rushes, O" (not the one by Rabbie Burns). Ben Jonson makes reference to "roaring boys" and so does Tom O' Bedlam's song. I couldn't find a picture of Bristol Street, Birmingham, but trams would have been running then. The photograph was taken by D J Norton in about of a street nearby.
  6. May 03,  · Tom O' Bedlam's Song From the hagg and hungrie goblin That into raggs would rend ye, And the spirit that stands by the naked man In the Book of Moones - defend ye! That of your five sound senses You never be forsaken, Nor wander from your selves with Tom Abroad to beg your bacon..
  7. Sep 10,  · “Tom O’Bedlam” is one of a number of “mad songs,” though nothing else in the genre compares to it, not even the “Mad Song” of William Blake. Try chanting the poem aloud, repeatedly. Its surging power is deeply energizing for the attentive reader, and I strongly recommend the poem for memorization.
  8. --Tom O' Bedlam's song Tom, like the medieval Tom O'Bedlam, can't decipher the meaning of the images plaguing his mind. Much like the wondering and mad Tom of the medieval ballad, the Tom O' Bedlam of doesn't know what to make of the images that keep cluttering his mind. To preserve the last shred of his sanity and keep these never-ending Pages:
  9. Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of Tom O'Bedlam's Song, for voice & on AllMusic.

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