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Tag Archives: Sidmouth Folk Week
10th August 2013 – man and melodeon
His face a mask of concentration, he plays a slow, sad tune as the cars and caravans leave. The festival is over but he will play on.
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9th August 2013 – procession
Heralding the end of a week of festivities – a joyful snake of light, colour, dance and song.
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8th August 2013 – feet
Thirty-six of them move in unison. Stomping on the hard floor with deafening precision. An army on the march.
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6th August 2013 – street organ
Painted in bright colours, it draws in young and old. As the handle is turned, it reads familiar tunes from punched cardboard strips. A group of tiny wooden morris men dance, play and drink to entertain the crowds.
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4th August 2013 – Gog Magog Molly
Multicoloured faces, smiling.Pointy hats, fruit-shaped caps, gold boots. A riot of colour spinning and skipping in the salty drizzle. http://www.gogmagogmolly.org.uk/
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