A2. Leer mij (John Möring). A3. In de Miljoenen Sterren (Somewhere a voice is calling) (r).
As a child Jan Schaap (Artist name: John Shepherd), is performing vocals in the VARA-program De vrolijke klas. Just after the war in 1945, at the age of 16, his father gave him a guitar and since than Jan and his guitar were inseparable. 1964-1971 During a performance in a club in a town called Zandvoort, the Shepherds got discovered by the record label Bovema. In less than no time The Shepherds are performing in TV-shows like Jan Koopmans’ Pallet Show and Willem Duys. The musical trio becomes popular with a repertory which differs from their jazz roots.
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The Shepherd’s Song is a song written by the English composer Edward Elgar in 1892. The words are by Barry Pain. The manuscript is dated 22 August 1892. The song was first published in 1895 by Tuckwood as his Op. 16 N., then in 1896 by Ascherberg. It was re-published in 1907 by Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, as the last of the Seven Lieder of Edward Elgar (with English and German words).
- Arranged By – Ted Powder
- Music By, Lyrics By – Möring*
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