Folk songs and fiddle tunes of the U.S.A.
|Format:||Music Score 1959|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
ContentsThe years of settlement. At the foot of yonders mountain ; The nightingale ; The Erie Canal ; Shenandoah ; Welcome, welcome every guest (A salutation) ; Down in the valley ; The geography song ; The gift to be simple ; The Elanoy (Illinois) ; What wondrous love ; The babe of Bethlehem ; Star in the east ; Dismiss us with thy blessing, Lord ; The Red River Valley ; Skip to m'Lou ; Old black crow ; Sweet Betsy from Pike ; The days of 'forty-nine ; Cielito lindo ; My little old sod shanty on the plain
Negro spirituals. Ezekiel saw de wheel ; My Lord, what a morning! ; I'm troubled in mind ; I'll hear the trumpet sound ; My lonesome valley ; Somebody's knocking at your door ; Trampin' ; Deep river ; Nobody knows the trouble I've seen ; Ride on, Jesus!
The cowboy ballad. The Chisholm Trail ; The "dogie" song ; The streets of Laredo
Indian folk songs (Tribal airs). Iowa love song (without words) ; Omaha flageolet love call ; Omaha game song ; The sawbill and the sea-pigeon ; Cheyenne war dance song ; Hopi owl song lullaby ; Prayer song of a Hopi chief
The campaign song. "Honest Abe" ; There once was old Ab'ram
The square dance and the fiddle tune. Arkansas traveler ; Spoon River ; Pop goes the weasel ; Sugar in the gourd ; Turkey in the straw ; The wagoneer ; Old Joe Clark.
Folk songs, English
-- United States.
Folk music -- United States.
Indians of North America -- Music.
Square dance music.
Fiddle tunes -- United States.
|Publisher|| New York :C. Fischer,1959
Kinscella, Hazel Gertrude,
arranger of music, editor.
The folk songs principally with piano acc.
vi pages, 48 pages of music : portrait ; 27 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 45-47).