The Wraggle Taggle Gipsies, O! is a traditional British folk song (Roud Index No. 1) which has become popular throughout the British Isles and North America. It tells of a lady who ran away from her rich husband to join the gypsies, and today it is one of the best-known folk ballads in the world. It has been arranged for SATB choir with Piano accompaniment.
Leslie Woodgate (1900-1961) was an English composer, conductor, organist and chorus master. He studied at the Royal College of Music before becoming Musical Director of many choral societies, most notably the BBC Chorus and the BBC Singers.