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The Miller of Dee
Last updated: 28.01.22
The version of The Miller of Dee that I sing can be found in Folk Songs of the British Isles. This is a folk song of some antiquity, 17th century, about a jolly miller extolling the virtues of his trade. The third verse has the air of a drinking song about it with the toast of "Long live the king" is called.
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audiomidi15.gif Midi Frank Petersohn
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youtube15.jpg The Miller of Dee (2:23) Philip Le Bas
youtube15.jpg The Miller of Dee (2:18) City Waites