Nick & Mally Dow English Folk Music Collection

Walter Soper interview, part 01

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    Nick and Mally Dow Collection

  • Interviewees

    Soper, Walter (speaker, male)

  • Interviewers

    Dow, Mally, 1944- (speaker, female), Dow, Nick (speaker, male)

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    Dow, Mally

  • Abstract

    Walter Soper mentions the song 'Goodbye my bluebell' which he learnt on the mouth-organ. General conversation, where he used to live, his illnesses, his son visiting every day. Lived eighty-six years in the same house. Storeman in a grocery shop. The local grocery shops going out of business

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