Wassail, wassail.



Publisher: Ward Ritchie in La Canada, Calif

Written in English
Published: Pages: 11 Downloads: 990
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Subjects:

  • Folk-poetry, English,
  • Drinking songs -- Texts,
  • Christmas -- Poetry,
  • Alcoholic beverages,
  • Christmas cookery

Edition Notes

ContributionsRitchie, Ward, 1905-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR978 .W4 1943
The Physical Object
Pagination[11] p. ;
Number of Pages11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2812130M
LC Control Number83460338

This is among the best known of the traditional wassail songs, and was well-known throughout England in the middle 19th century. It’s roots, however, could go back even further. The editors of The Oxford Book of Carols (OBC) state that Ritson in Ancient Songs and Carols (), may have copied from a source in the reigns of James 1 ( Wassail was traditionally a hot drink made of ale, sherry, sugar, and spices, with pieces of toast and roasted apples floating in it. It is the legendary drink served on the Feast of the Three Kings with an oversized, decorated sweet yeast bread. The word wassail is derived from the Anglo-Saxon toast waes haeil, or “be whole.” On Christmas. A version of the Gloucestershire wassail song was printed in the Oxford Book of Carols in , the tune of which was collected by Ralph Vaughan Williams from a Gloucestershire person in Pembridge, Herefordshire, who collated the tune with words collected from William Bayliss of Buckland and Isaac Bennett of Little Sodbury.   Three Somerset variants of the Wassail Song are published in Folk-Songs from Somerset (Nos. ) with explanatory notes, to which the reader is referred. The Gloucestershire Wassail song, of which Mr. Bayliss's version is I think a typical example, materially differs from that of Somerset and, I believe, from that of other counties as well.

Roy Palmer prints the Apple Tree Wassail in his Everyman's Book of English Country Songs, and quotes the Illustrated London News of 11 January On Twelfth Eve, in Devonshire, it is customary for the farmer to leave his warm fireside, accompanied by a band of rustics, with guns, blunderbusses, etc., presenting an appearance which at other.   Wassail is the heavenly scent those $15 apple-scented candles are trying to capture (and so desperately failing). Wassail is, by all rights, a way to honor the old while anticipating the new. Because, even in the heart of winter, we can sense it – there’s 4/5(1).   Wassail and Wassailing 9 December Margo Lestz Christmas, Holidays, UK, UK Food, UK History 13 comments Wassail is a festive holiday drink that warms a body in the winter, and wassailing is perhaps the predecessor of Christmas caroling (accompanied by the drink, of course).   Learn how to make wassail cocktails with real apple cider, ginger, lemon, spices and, of course, bourbon. Wassails are perfect for warming up on cold days! Recipe yields 4 to 6 cocktails, depending on how much of the warm cider mixture you use per drink/5.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, Albert, Wassail-bowl. London, R. Bentley, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Der Wassail Song oder nach seinem Anfangsvers: Here We Come A-wassailing (oder Here We Come A-caroling) ist ein englisches traditionelles Weihnachts-und insbesondere Neujahrslied, das um gedruckt wurde. Text und Musik stammen wahrscheinlich aus dem Jahrhundert. Das Lied besingt und ist Teil des alten Brauches des Wassailing (von mittelenglisch wæs hæil) bzw.

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Hundreds of songs. Nothing like it. Apple Wassail-There are three traditions of Wassail. One is the custom of Wassail in the Hall. The next is Wassail performed by roving groups going door to door but the most interesting and mysterious is the Apple Wassail wherein participants bless the orchards and the fruit trees.

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Feel free to reach out to us at [email protected] or on social media. Wassail. #virtuewassailStart Date: Wassailing and Yulesinging. Traditionally, the wassail is celebrated on Twelfth Night (variously on either January 5 or 6). Some people still wassail on "Old Twelvey Night", Janu as it would have been before the introduction of the Gregorian Calendar in In the middle ages, the wassail was a reciprocal exchange between the feudal lords and their peasants as a form of recipient.

Publishers Weekly Starred Review of The Christmas Wassail. From the Publisher. Even the Christmas season of can't slow down Roger the Chapman's propensity for problem-solving.

Roger is at home wassail. book his family in Bristol working wassail. book make the 12 days of the holiday festive.4/4(1). This wassail recipe is the BEST guilt-free holiday treat. Filled w/ seasonal fruits & mulled spices, this hot wassail is refined sugar free & non-alcoholic.

holiday treats This wassail recipe is one the best holiday drinks, kind of like a hot citrus-infused apple cider. Filled with seasonal fruits and mulled spices, this hot. The Gloucestershire Wassail/A Wassail, A Wassail Through The Town (Old English Christmas Album Version) [Music Download] by Performance Artist Hear about sales, receive special offers & more.

You can unsubscribe at any time. This Slow Cooker Cider Wassail recipe is just the thing to warm your body and brighten your mood. A sweet and spicy mulled cider made with apple cider, orange juice, hibiscus tea, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, junipers berries and fresh fruit.

This wassail recipe simmers in a slow cooker until ready to serve and is always a hit with friends and family. The Gloucestershire Wassail Christmas Hymn and Carol.

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Wassail Butte. 27 likes 1 talking about this. Let us make merry and toast to the health and prosperity of Butte and her people. Join in a (semi) traditional Wassail, Janu (Old Twelvie).Followers:   Wassail.

Wassail. all over the town, Our toast it is white and our ale it is brown; Our bowl it is made of the white maple tree; With the wassailing bowl, we’ll drink to thee. A Gloucestershire Wassail, dating to the Middle Ages. Yesterday was the 6 th of January, the final feast day of Christmas, the day of epiphany, Twelfth Night.

Down in. Twelfth Night, Apples and Wassailing: A Traditional English Wassail Recipe. Twelfth Night is just a day away as I write, and I am minded to share an old English recipe with you today, a recipe that will be just the ticket for a night of feasting and revelry, as well as being perfect to serenade any apple trees you may have in your garden on the 6th January, which is Twelfth Day or s:   Some folks pour the wassail on the trunk of the tree, while others dip the lower branches into the wassail bowl, and others may place wassail-soaked toast or cake in the branches of the tree.

All of which are invocations of magic meant to encourage a good crop of apples next summer. Christmas Wassail, Provo. 24 likes 3 were here. I like serving wassail at Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Valentine's ers: The apple wassail tradition is a rather different story.

It, too, is attested (sparsely) in the 16 th century onwards, but had pretty much died out by the late 19 th, and was revived in the 20 th century without much information to go on concerning traditional practice. In consequence it is surrounded by the usual “ancient pagan origins” claptrap, and all manner of revivalists (especially.

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Roger the Chapman who was one of the two who discovered the body becomes involved in the investigation since he loves sleuthing. The investigation takes place during the twelve days of Christmas.

The setting for this is medieval, but at times, the book felt more modern than that, possibly because the vocabulary was too modern/5(2). Lyrics The mistress and master our wassail begin Pray open your door and let us come in.

Refrain With our wassail, wassail, wassail, And joy come with our jolly wassail. Now Christmas is comen and New Year begin, Pray open your door and let us come in.

Refrain We hope that your apple trees will Cornish Wassail Song Read More». Traditional English Wassail – Mulled Cider Print recipe Print with main photo Print text only Serves serves 6 to 8 people Prep time 15 minutes Cook time 15 minutes Total time 30 minutes Meal type Beverage Misc Pre-preparable, Serve Hot Occasion Christmas, Formal Party, Halloween Region British By author Karen Burns-Booth A traditional English Wassail Cuisine: British.

Many a wassail-bout Wore the long winter out. Artist Name: Hallock Foote, Mary Dates: Country: US Illustration Subject: Narratives Technique: Wood engraving Engraver: Anthony, Andrew Varick Stout Format: Landscape (wider) Source: California Digital Library, the Internet Archive Book Title: The skeleton in armor Author(s): Longfellow.

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Wassailing can be a confusing concept as it actually applies to two separate traditions: the house-visiting wassail and the orchard-visiting wassail. The house-visiting wassail was the pre-Christmas/Yuletide practice of people going from door-to-door in a village singing songs in exchange for food, or a few coins and, ideally, the offer of a.

A typical wassail drink consisted of “warmed ale, wine or cider, blended with spices, honey and perhaps an egg or two,” according to historian Ellen Castelow. The mixture was served in the wassail bowl (essentially a large drinking vessel) with pieces of toasted bread floating on top (hence the origins of the word “toast” as a term for speech accompanied by a drink).Location: England, United Kingdom.The Book of Wassail-- Now available!!!!

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