Alamance play-party songs and singing games ; a collection of forty-five songs from Alamance County, with directions for their performance
|Format:||Music Score 1973|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
ContentsPlay-party songs. Looby loo ; Old Roger ; Jolly is the miller ; Go in and out the windows ; When I was a young girl ; Oats, peas, beans, and barley grows ; One morning in May ; Trick-a-ma-jig ; King William was King George's son ; Green gravels ; Jump Jim Crow ; Charlie over the water ; London Bridge ; Fly little bluebird ; Skip to my lou ; The farmers ; Johnny Brown ; Come, Mr. Landers ; Miss Jenny Jones ; Captain Jinks ; Here come three dukes a-riding ; Shoot the buffalo
Singing games. The shoemaker ; On our holiday ; Eency weency spider ; Animals in the zoo ; Come all ye club folks ; Under the spreading chestnut tree ; I see you
Cumulative songs. Kitty went fiddle die dee ; The tree in the wood ; The dilly song
Rhyming games. Chick-a-ma-craney-ma-crow ; Mollie Bright ; King George's horses ; Old Tom
Children's songs. Go tell Aunt Patsy ; Frog went a-courting ; Frog in the pool ; Paper of pins ; Cock Robin ; Billy Boy ; Buckeye Jim ; Sheepskin and beeswax ; Soldier, won't you marry me?
Folk songs, English -- North Carolina -- Alamance County.
Folk music -- North Carolina -- Alamance County.
|Publisher|| Norwood, Pa. :Norwood Editions,1973
Jr., 1906-2005, editor.
Reprint of the 1940 ed. published by Elon College, N.C.
61 pages ; 34 cm