Songs that changed the world
|Format:||Music Score 1969|
|Availability:||Available at 3 Libraries 4 of 4 copies|
ContentsSongs of revolution. Revolutionary tea ; The liberty song ; The world turned upside down ; La Carmagnole ; Ça ira ; Rakoczi march ; La Brabançonne ; Die gedanken sind frei ; Valka! valka! ; Garibaldi's hymn ; Lillibullero ; Sean Van Voght ; The internationale ; La cucaracha ; Chi lai ; The east is red ; Que linda es Cuba! ; Go down, Moses ; Joshua fit the battle of Jericho ; I'm on my way ; With my mind stayed on freedom ; Oh, freedom ; We shall overcome
Songs of patriotism. Bonnie Dundee ; The Campbells are comin' ; The wearing of the green ; The harp that once through Tara's halls ; Killarney ; Der Wacht am Rhein ; Meadowland ; The maple leaf forever ; La Borinqueña ; Basta ya! ; Jana gana mana ; America, the beautiful ; Hatikvah ; Road to Eilat
War songs. I'll hang my harp on a willow tree ; March of the men of Harlech ; The British grenadiers ; Malbrough s'en va-t'en guerre ; Yankee Doodle ; The blue bells of Scotland ; La Marseillaise ; The girl I left behind me ; John Brown's body ; Move on over ; Battle hymn of the republic ; Marching through Georgia ; Tramp! tramp! tramp! ; Tenting tonight ; Dixie ; The bonnie blue flag ; When this cruel war is over ; When Johnny comes marching home ; Comrades ; A hot time in the old town tonight ; Over there ; Mademoiselle from Armentières ; Quand Madelon ; Around her neck she wore a yellow ribbon ; Reveille ; Mess call ; Taps ; Anchors aweigh ; The marines' hymn ; Artillery song ; The handsome young airman ; Fiddlers' green ; The bells of hell ; Captain Jinks ; Where they were ; Bombed! ; I want to go home ; The peat bog soldiers ; Freiheit ; Viva la Quince Brigada ; The four generals ; Waltzing Matilda ; In that cursed morning of Hiroshima ; To free our land ; The willing conscript ; I want to go to Andorra!
Work songs. You gentlemen of England ; Blow the man down ; Blow, boys, blow ; The mermaid ; Shenandoah ; Erie Canal ; Steamboat Bill ; Volga boat song ; Levee song ; Levee moan ; Drill, ye tarriers, drill ; I've been wukkin' on the railroad ; John Henry ; Pick a bale a day ; Weave-room blues ; Cotton mill girls ; Poor miner's farewell ; Which side are you on? ; Union maid ; Gung ho! ; Git along, little dogies ; The Old Chisholm Trail ; Sit down ; We shall not be moved ; Solidarity forever ; Bracero ; Ev'rybody loves Saturday night ; Joe Hill ; Nobody knows the trouble I've seen ; My Oklahoma home, it blowed away ; There is mean things happening in this land ; Three grains of corn ; Boll weevil song
A man's a man for a' that ; The farmer is the man ; Goin' down the road ; Hard travelin' ; The tramp ; Hallelujah, I'm a bum! ; The St. Louis blues ; Brother, can you spare a dime? ; The TVA song ; Hard times come again no more
Songs of escape. Danny boy ; Wanderin' ; Steal away ; Follow the drinkin' gourd ; Swing low, sweet chariot ; Pharaoh's army got drownded ; Give my regards to Broadway ; Home on the range ; Sweet Betsy from Pike ; Gypsy Davy ; The wraggle-taggle gypsies ; The gypsy trail ; The Big Rock Candy Mountain ; The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo ; Home, sweet home ; Old folks at home ; Goodbye, brother ; Loch Lomond
Religious songs. Rock of ages ; Adeste fideles ; Ein' feste Burg ; Lead, kindly light ; Battle hymn of the Hussites ; Onward, Christian soldiers ; That old-time religion ; Netherlands prayer of thanksgiving ; Praise God from whom all belssings flow ; Now the day is over ; The landing of the pilgrims ; The abolitionist hymn ; These things shall be ; Jerusalem the golden ; When the saints go marching in ; Look down that lonesome road ; We will march through the valley ; I don't feel noways tired ; My Lord delibered Daniel ; I am a little Christian ; I got shoes ; Talking death of God ; The vicar of Bray ; Pie in the sky ; Ragupati ra gava rajah ram ; It's a-me, O Lord
Political songs. Hail to the chief ; Jefferson and liberty ; Lincoln and liberty ; Old Abe Lincoln came out of the wilderness ; The independent farmer ; The sidewalks of New York ; Oh! Susanna ; The dodger song ; Hold the fort for prohibition ; The red flag ; Tammany ; Happy days are here again ; We stand at Armageddon ; Mr. Roosevelt, won't you please run again? ; The investigator's song ; I don't want your millions, mister ; The ballad for un-American blues ; The wise men ; Mister Congressman ; When I was a lad ; Keep in the middle of the road
Songs of empire. We are the Romans ; Partant pour la Syrie ; Deutschland über alles ; Recessional ; Ye parliaments of England ; Free Americay ; Green grow the lilacs ; The Saigon children ; Honor our commitment ; The four rivers ; Cops of the world
Songs for peace. Mrs. McGrath ; Forward all ye faithful ; Christians at war ; Shalom chaverim ; The war is over ; We didn't know ; Peace song ; That bomb has got to go ; The H-bombs' thunder ; We'll all go together ; No hiding place ; Ban, ban, ban the bloody H-bomb ; Talking atomic blues ; Walk in peace ; Take back your atom bomb ; What have they done to the rain? ; Civil defense sign ; Way of the dinosaur ; Twenty tons of T.N.T. ; Peace isn't treason ; If you love your Uncle Sam ; Playing war ; I ain't marchin' any more ; Ain't gwine study war no more ; Hell, no! I ain't gonna go! ; It ain't really true ; Windham ; I declare the war is over
Songs against prejudice. I don't want to play in your yard ; No Irish need apply ; Strangers in your town ; Jim Crow ; We are Americans too ; Strange fruit ; Black, brown, and white blues ; Do Russian people stand for war? ; My dog's bigger than your dog
Songs of social significance. Sing me a song with social significance ; March of the peers ; We never speak as we pass by ; It's the syme the whole world over ; The blue Alsatian mountains ; Just tell them that you saw me ; La donna è mobile ; She is more to be pitied ; Don Simón de mi vida ; Poor working girl ; Now I am married ; I wish I was single again, I, II ; Man smart
woman smarter ; My darling Nellie Gray ; Turn around, Miss Liberty ; Now, right now! ; It must have been another country ; The ballad of Martin Luther King ; Birmingham Jail ; Freedom rider ; Policeman's lot ; Brother, that ain't good! ; It isn't nice ; Worried man blues ; Burn, baby, burn ; Poor boy ; I'm goin' to get my baby outa jail ; Jesse's corrido ; The drunkard's doom ; Father, come home ; The unsociable pig ; A dollar ain't a dollar any more ; Oh, I'm a good old rebel ; The old geezer ; Pity the downtrodden landlord ; The man who has plenty of good peanuts ; Shady acres ; Little boxes ; How'ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm ; Daisy Belle ; Wait for the wagon ; What did you learn in school today? ; Fair Harvard ; The eyes of Texas ; Coyote, my little brother ; Waist deep in the Big Muddy ; I read it in The daily news ; Woodman, spare that tree ; My dirty stream ; I'm gonna say it now
Songs for a moving world. Ol' ark's a moverin' ; Ezekiel saw de wheel ; This old world is changing hands ; God's goin' to set this world on fire ; We're gonna move ; How long ; He's got the whole world in his hands ; The United Nations ; There are strange things happening ; My Lord, what a mourning.
Political ballads and songs.
|Publisher|| New York :Crown Publishers,1969
Whitman, Wanda Willson,
Principally English words.
1 score (v, 213 pages) ; 26 cm