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Meet The Folks Who Made It Possible.
Thank you one and all!
Here is a partial list of those who have
taken the time to send in song lyrics, MIDI files
and guitar chords. Without their help and the help
of others like them we would not have been able
to turn this site into the resource it has become.
Each and every one deserves a blue ribbon for their
efforts in helping to keep Newfoundland music alive.
J. M. (Moe) Blanchard
Randy & Judy Boone
Preston A. Johnston
Ken and Marlene G.
E. Wayne Fowler
John Jenkins Sr
R. G. Howell
Why So Many Non-Provincial Songs?
Every once in a while someone asks that question.
Firstly, we always have and always will give priority
to those songs which originate with the composers
and performers of Newfoundland and Labrador
music, whether they be traditional or modern.
Secondly, It can't be denied that much of the musical
heritage of the province comes directly or indirectly
from other sources. Many songs have been adopted
into the culture from Canadian Atlantic provinces,
as well as the United Kingdom, Australia, etc.
Songs of non-provincial origin have become an
important part of the province's heritage. As such,
we feel it is vital to provide space for them rather
than have a 100% Provincial-only Web site.
The Aire, in Newfound-Land is wholesome good;
The Fire, as sweet as any made of wood;
The Waters, very rich, both salt and fresh;
The Earth more rich, you know it is no less.
Where all are good, Fire, Water, Earth, and Aire,
What man made of these foure would not live there?