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The folk songs of North America : in the English language

Format: Music Score 1975
Availability: Available at 4 Libraries 4 of 6 copies
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The North. Old colony times. In good old colony times ; Cape Ann ; Springfield Mountain ; Billy broke locks ; Captain Kidd : I ; Whisky in the jar ; Strawberry Lane ; Lady Isabel and the elf knight ; Edward ; Father Grumble ; I'll give my love an apple ; The Quaker's courtship ; Sailing in the boat ; As I roved out ; The sow took the measles
Yankee soldiers and sailors. Brave Wolfe ; The wars of America ; Felix the soldier ; In the days of '76 ; Johnny has gone for a soldier ; Yankee Doodle dandy-o ; The fish of the sea ; Cape Cod girls ; Sally Brown ; Shenandoah ; Santy Anno ; Blood red roses ; A long time ago ; The bullgine run ; Row, bullies, row ; The banks of Newfoundland ; The Greenland whale fishery ; Get up, Jack
Shouters and shakers. Captain Kidd : II ; Wicked Polly ; Satan's kingdom ; Come life, Shaker life ; Shaker funeral hymn
Pioneers. The lovely Ohio ; Hudson River steamboat ; El-a-noy ; Oleana ; The foggy dew : I ; The foggy dew : II ; In the wilderness ; The paw-paw patch ; The lone green valley ; Young Charlotte ; Turkey in the straw ; Lincoln and liberty ; When Johnny comes marching home ; Virginia's bloody soil
Timber tigers. The farmer and the shanty boys ; The little brown bulls ; The pinery boy ; The river in the pines ; Canada-i-o ; Moosehead Lake ; Bold Jack Donahue ; Silver Jack ; The frozen logger
Workers and farmers. The Julie Plante ; Red iron ore ; The Avondale mine disaster ; My sweetheart's a mule ; The farmer is the man ; The housewife's lament ; Me father's a lawyer in England ; The horse named Bill ; Love is pleasin'
The Maritime Provinces. Three young ladies ; The kangaro ; The maid on the shore ; The Mary L. MacKay ; Mary Ann ; When a man's in love ; A great big sea ; I'ze the bye
The Southern mountains and backwoods. Across the Blue Ridge. John Riley ; Cumberland Gap ; The deer chase ; Lily Munroe ; Rattlesnake ; Single girl ; Gentle fair Jenny
The old ballads. The devil's nine questions ; Cock Robin ; The house carpenter ; Barbara Allen ; The two sisters ; Lady gay ; The farmer's curst wife ; Devilish Mary ; Robin Hood and Arthur O'Bland ; The Golden Vanity ; The ramblin' boy ; The bad girl ; A fair beauty bride
Lonesome love songs. Fair and tender ladies ; Black is the colour ; Aunt Sal's song ; I'm troubled ; Lovin' Hannah ; The gambling suitor ; Chickens they are crowin' ; How old are you, my pretty little miss? ; Whistle, daughter, whistle ; Winter's night ; Who's gonna shoe your pretty little feet? ; The cuckoo ; The fourth day of July ; The wagoner's lad ; Old Smokey ; I never will marry ; Johnson boys
Frolic tunes. Uncle Joe ; Sally Anne ; Cripple Creek ; Cindy ; Shady Grove ; Sally Goodin ; Jubilee
White spirituals. The seven blessings of Mary ; The twelve days of Christmas ; Am I born to die? ; On my journey home ; Way over in the heavens ; Weeping Mary ; Death, ain't you got no shame? ; O David
Rowdy ways. Groundhog ; Sorghum syrup ; The good old rebel ; Moonshiner ; Dig a hole in the meadow ; Hurrah, lie!
Murder ballads. Rose Connelly ; Omie Wise ; Tom Dula ; Wild Bill Jones ; John Hardy ; Charles Guiteau ; Mister MacKinley
Hard times and hillbilly. Peg an' awl ; Roll on, buddy ; Pay day ; Down on Penney's farm ; Cotton mill colic ; My last ole dollar ; Down in the valley ; The rising sun blues ; Mule skinner blues ; I don't want your millions, mister ; Sixteen tons ; Dark as a dungeon
The West. Beyond the Mississippi. We're coming, Arkansas ; Blue ; The hound dawg song ; Let's go a-huntin' ; Blow the candle out ; Uh-uh no ; Buffalo boy ; Twistification ; Little Matthy Groves ; The girl I left behind : ballad ; I'm goin' away to Texas ; The state of Arkansas ; The horse trader's song
Plainsmen and '49ers. The Texas Rangers ; Green grows the laurel ; Root, hog, or die ; Whoa! ha! Buck and Jerry boy ; Sweet Betsy ; Joe Bowers ; Lousy miner ; The dreary Black Hills ; The Regular Army-o ; Lulu
Soldiers and renegades. Charlie Quantrell ; The brass mounted army ; The battle on Shiloh's Hill ; Cole Younger ; Jesse James
Cowboys. Wake up, Jacob ; The railroad corral ; I'm bound to follow the longhorn cows ; A cowboy's life ; The Old Chisholm Trail ; Go on, you little dogies ; Run along, you little dogies ; Put the old man to sleep ; The old man's lament ; Night herding song ; Doney gal ; I'm a-leavin' Cheyenne ; On the trail to Mexico ; When I was a cowboy ; The wild rippling water ; My love is a rider ; The dying cowboy ; The sailor cut down in his prime ; Billy the Kid ; Tyin' a knot in the devil's tail
Prairie farmers. In Kansas ; The little old sod shanty ; The Red River shore ; Hog drovers ; Tideo ; Lord Lovel ; The hell-bound train ; Colorado Trail ; Springfield Mountain : Texas version ; Fod
Railroaders and hoboes. She'll be comin' around the mountain ; A railroader for me ; Jerry, go an' ile that car ; Drill, ye tarriers ; Wand'rin' ; Around a western water tank ; The Wabash Cannon Ball ; The Big Rock Candy Mountains ; Pie in the sky ; Willie the weeper
The last West. Talkin' blues ; Talkin' dustbowl blues ; Hard travellin' ; Pretty Boy Floyd ; Hard times ; Hard, ain't it hard ; Fiddle-i-fee ; The kickin' mule ; Talkin' Columbia ; Roll on, Columbia ; Stand to your glasses
The Negro South. Spirituals : I. Jacob's ladder ; When the saints go marchin' in ; When the stars begin to fall ; Many thousands gone ; Keep a-inchin' along ; Roll, Jordan, roll : Negro version ; Roll, Jordan : white version
Spirituals : II. Wade in the water ; When I'm gone ; Soon I will be done ; Blind man ; I couldn't hear nobody pray ; Hold the wind ; The old ark's a-moverin' ; Dese bones gwine rise again ; Didn't it rain ; Samson ; John the Revelator ; Rise up, shepherd ; The holy baby ; This train ; The downward road ; All night long
Reels. Knock John Booker ; Miss Mary Jane ; All for the men ; Saturday night ; Ridin' in a buggy ; Steal, Miss Liza ; You cain' lose-a me, Cholly ; Black sheep ; Buck-eye rabbit ; Shortenin' bread ; The blue tail fly ; Bile them cabbage down ; Lynchburg town ; Old Marse John ; Old Bangum ; The queen's gardeen ; The rich old lady
Work songs. Johnny, won't you ramble? ; John Gilbert is the boat ; Rock about, my Saro Jane ; Riley ; Pay me ; The John B's sails ; Cotton needs pickin' ; Whoa back, buck ; Bring me li'l' water, Sylvie ; Po' farmer ; The boll weevil holler ; Go down, Old Hanah ; Long John ; Another man done gone ; Jumpin' Judy ; The longest train ; It makes a long-time man feel bad ; I got to roll ; Can't you line it? ; Black gal ; Don't lie, buddy ; Let the deal go down ; East Colorado blues
Ballads. John Henry : I ; John Henry : II ; Little John Henry ; Casey Jones ; Reuben ; Po' Lazarus ; Railroad Bill ; Frankie ; Stagolee
Blues. I'm all out an' down ; Hattie Belle ; Careless love ; One dime blues ; Good mornin', blues ; Corinna ; Troubled in mind ; How long blues ; Irene ; Black, brown, and white blues ; Sound off.

Additional Information
Subjects Folk songs, English -- United States.
Folk music -- United States.
Folk songs, English -- United States -- Discography.
Folk music -- United States -- Discography.
Publisher Garden City, N.Y. :Dolphin Books,1975
Contributors Lomax, Alan, 1915-2002, compiler.
Seeger, Peggy, 1935- transcriber.
Seiber, Mátyás, 1905-1960, arranger of music.
Banks, Don, 1923-1980, arranger of music.
Leonard, Michael, illustrator.
Collins, Shirley, 1935- editor.
Language English
Notes Originally published: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1960.
Includes indexes.
Description xxx pages, 623 pages of music, 4 unnumbered leaves of color plates : illustrations, color maps ; 26 cm
Bibliography Notes Bibliography: pages 597-600.
Discography: pages 608-615.
ISBN 0385037724 (pbk.)
9780385037723 (pbk.)
0385048440 (pbk.)
9780385048446 (pbk.)
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