The trees they're all bare

from by Chris Foster

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    55 minutes of music. Comes in a beautiful matt finish, 6 page digipak with a full colour 12 page booklet, lavishly illustrated with photographs. Design by Inga Elsa Bergþórsdóttir, photography by Chris Foster and Gísli Egill Hrafnsson.

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THE TREES THEY’RE ALL BARE (Roud no. 1170)
Ken Stubbs recorded this charming song from George Townshend (1882–1967) at Lewes, Sussex, in 1960. It paints beautiful word pictures of winter scenes, conjuring up images that you might find in old Christmas cards or woodcut prints. I tweaked the words a bit and hit on the idea of repeating the first two lines and arranging the song for mixed voices after the manner of the Copper family of Rottingdean, Sussex. Bára Grímsdóttir made the vocal arrangement.

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Full lyrics are on my website at: www.chrisfoster-iceland.com

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from Hadelin, track released February 3, 2017
Chris Foster: Vocal with John Kirkpatrick, Bára Grímsdóttir, Amy Dawson, Jackie Oates, Jim Causley.

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Chris Foster Reykjavik, Iceland

Chris Foster grew up in the south west of England. A master of his trade, he was recently described as “one of the finest singers and most inventive guitar accompanists of English folk songs, meriting legend status.” Over the past 40 years, he has toured throughout the UK, Europe, Canada and the USA. He has recorded six solo albums as well as working on many collaborative projects. ... more

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