Sounds

Below are three songs recorded in the Loft Room of Andover Museum.  We hope that you enjoy our songs, if you wish to download high quality MP3s of these songs please visit our SoundCloud channel.

Mrs Marina Russell of Upwey, Dorset, from whom this tune was collected by the Hammond Brothers, was a Sartin by birth - one of Paul's ancestors.  The Hammonds found a set of words in nearby Halstock, from George Udall, which have been supplemented by ones from Benjamin Arnold of Winchester.

This song has been arranged with a chorus in six parts by Paul Sartin who conducted the choir. 

Recorded by: Louis  Sellers of Anton Road Studio

A Week's Work Well Done was collected by G.B.Gardiner and Charles Gamblin from Albert Porter who sang it to them in September 1906 at Basingstoke, Hants, UK. 

The song was arranged by Paul Sartin for male voices with a chorus in three parts.

Recording Engineer:  Louis Sellers of Anton Road Studio

The text for My Husband's Got No Courage In Him was collected by the Hammond brothers in November 1906 from Jesse Steer, Stratton, Dorset, UK.

The song was arranged by Paul Sartin for female voices with a chorus in four parts.

Recording Engineer:  Louis Sellers of Anton Road Studio