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The American treasury of 1004 folk songs : a musical history in two volumes

Format: Music Score 1977
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks q M1629.A535 1977 vol. 1
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks
 
Call Number  q M1629.A535 1977 vol. 1
 
 
Contents
v. 1. A-roving ; Abraham's daughter ; Acres of clams ; Adam ; Adams and liberty ; Adios, farewell ; Afton water ; Ah! Mari! ; Ah, may the red rose live always ; Ain't gonna grieve my Lord no more ; The Alabama ; Alberta ; Alknomook ; All my trials ; All night long ; All over this world ; All praise to thee, my God, this night ; All quiet along the Potomac ; All the pretty little horses ; All things bright and beautiful ; All through the night ; Almost over ; Alouette ; Amazing grace ; America ; The American hymn ; The American star ; Angel Gabriel ; The angel rolled the stone away ; Animal fair ; Annie Laurie ; Are you wandering ; As I roved out ; As you walk with them ; The ash grove ; Asleep in the deep ; At the foot of yonder mountain ; Auld lang syne ; Aunt Dinah's quilting party ; Aunt Rhody ; Après de ma blonde ; Aura Lee ; Backwater blues ; The bad birl ; The bailiff's daughter of Islington ; The bald night ; The ball goes 'round ; The band played on ; Banks of the Ohio ; Barb'ra Allen ; Barnie Buntline ; The battle cry of freedom ; Battle hymn of the republic ; The battle of New Orleans ; The battle of Trenton ; The battle on Shiloh's Hill ; Bay of Biscay ; Be with me, Lord, wherever I go ; Beans, bacon, and gravy ; Beautiful brown eyes ; Beautiful isle of somewhere ; Behold the Lord High Executioner ; Believe me, if all those endearing young charms ; Bell da ring ; Belle of Baltimore ; Ben Bolt ; Beware, oh take care ; Big Rock Candy Mountain ; The big corral ; The big sunflower ; The bigler ; Billy Boy ; The bird on Nellie's hat ; Birmingham bull ; Black eyed Susie ; Black is the color of my true love's hair ; The blind boy ; The blind fiddler ; Blood on the saddle ; The blooming bright star of Belle Isle ; Blow away the morning dew ; Blow, boys, blow ; Blow the candles out ; Blow the man down ; Blow the winds southerly ; Blow, ye winds ; Blow ye winds, westerly ; Blow your trumpet, Gabriel ; The Blue and the Gray ; The blue bells of Scotland ; Blue Mountain Lake ; The blue tail fly ; Bobby Shaftoe ; Bohemia Hall ; Bold fisherman ; The bold soldier ; Boll weevil song ; Bonja song ; The bonnets of bonny Dundee ; Bonny Mary of Argyle ; Boothbay whale ; Boston burglar ; Botany Bay ; Boundaries of God ; Bowling Green ; Boys keep your powder dry ; Brady ; Brave Wolfe ; Break the news to mother ; Brennan on the moor ; Bringing in the sheaves ; The brisk young bachelor ; The British Grenadiers ; Broke and hungry ; Broom green broom ; Brother, tell me of the battle ; Brown-eyed Lee ; Brown eyes ; Buffalo gals ; Buffalo skinner I ; The bulldog and the bullfrong ; The bullgine run ; Bunker Hill ; Bury me beneath the willow ; The butcher boy ; By and by ; C.C. Rider ; The caisson song ; Calen o custore me ; The California stage ; Caller herrin' ; The Campbells are comin' ; Camptown races ; Can ye sew cushions ; Canadian boat song ; Can't you dance the polka? ; Cape Ann ; Cape Cod girls ; A capital ship ; Captain Jinks ; Captain Kid ; The capture of Burgoyne ; Careless love ; Carry me back to old Virginny ; The cat came back ; Chain gang blues ; Charles Guiteau ; Charlie is my darlin' ; The charming young widow I met on the train ; Chasin' women ; Cherry ripe ; The cherry tree carol ; Chester ; Cheyenne (Shy Ann) ; The chivalrous shark ; Choo choo choo ; Christians awake! ; Cielito lindo ; Cindy ; Clementine ; Click go the shears ; Climb up, you children ; Coax me ; Cock of the north ; Cockles and mussels ; Cod-liver oil ; Cold water ; Cole Younger ; The Colorado Trail ; Columbia ; Come all ye fair and tender ladies ; Come all you young companions ; Come back to Erin ; Come, come ye saints ; Come, follow me ; Come home, father ; Come, landlord, fill the flowing bowl ; Come now, all ye social pow'rs ; Come O my love ; Comin' thro the rye ; Comrades ; Comrades, fill no glass for me ; Consolation ; The constant lover ; Corinna ; The cowboy ; Cowboy lullaby ; Cowboy's lament ; Cowboy's life ; The crawdad song ; Cripple Creek ; The cruel war ; The cruel youth ; Cumberland Gap ; The Cumberland Mountain deer chase ; Dah boatman ; Dame, get up and bake your pies ; Dance to your daddy ; Dangerous woman ; Dark as the dungeon ; Dark eyes ; Darkies' Sunday school ; Darlin' ; Darling Nellie Gray ; Dashing white sergeant ; Dear charming beauty ; The dear little shamrock ; Dear little Susie ; Deep sea blues ; Deep river ; The deil's awa wi' th' exciseman ; Delia ; The dejected lass ; Depression blues ; 'Des hold my hand tonight ; Dese bones gwine rise again ; Devilish Mary ; Didn't he ramble ; Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel ; Die Lorelei ; Dink's song ; Discovering Christ is all ; Dixie ; Do they miss me at home? ; The dodger song ; Doney gal ; Don't cry, lady ; Don't you weep after me ; Down among the cane brakes ; Down and out ; Down by the riverside ; Down by the Sally Gardens ; Down in the valley ; Down in the willow garden ; Down went McGinty ; Dreaming ; The dreary Black Hills ; The dreary, dreary life ; Drill, ye tarriers, drill ; Drink ye of mother's wine ; The drummer boy of Shiloh ; Dry bones ; Dumbarton's drums ; The dying volunteer ; Early one morning ; East Colorado blues ; Ee-lee-ay-lee-oh ; El-a-noy ; Ellen Bayne ; Emmet's lullaby ; Engine 143 ; Equinoxial and Phoebe ; The Erie Canal ; Every time I feel the spirit ; Everybody works but father ; Ezekiel saw de wheel
The factory girl ; The faded coat of blue ; Fairest Lord Jesus ; Faith of our fathers ; Fare thee well ; The farmer is the man ; Father, put the cow out ; Father's whiskers ; Felix, the soldier ; Filimiooriorriay ; The fine old English gentleman ; Fire down below ; The fireman's band ; The fireship ; Flanagan ; Florimel ; Fod ; The foggy, foggy dew ; Foolish questions ; For he's a jolly good fellow ; For Kansas ; Forgotten ; Forty five minutes from Broadway ; The fox ; The four Marys ; Frankie and Johnny ; Free America ; Free at last ; Free little bird ; Frère Jacques ; Friendship ; The frog he would a wooing go ; Fuller and Warren ; The gal that got stuck on everything she saw ; Gaudeamus igitur ; Genny Glenn ; Gentle Annie ; Gently Johnny my jingalo ; George Collins ; Gilgarra Mountain ; The girl I left behind me ; The girls at home ; Give my that old time religion ; The Glendy Burk ; Glorious beer ; Go away from my window ; Go down Moses ; Go tell it on the mountain ; God moves in a mysterious way ; God save America ; God save great Washington ; Goin' across the mountain ; Goin' down the road ; Goin' down to town ; Goin' to Germany ; Golden slumbers ; Good morning, Mister Railroad Man ; Good night, ladies ; The good old rebel soldier ; Goodbye, brother ; Goodbye, my lady love ; Got them blues ; Grandfather's clock ; The great American bum ; Green grow the lilacs ; Green Mountain Boys ; Greenland whale fisheries ; Greensleeves ; Gretchen Pumpernickle ; Grizzly bear ; Gypsy Davy ; Gypsy rover ; The gypsy's warning ; Hail! hail! the gang's all here ; Hail, thou once despised Jesus ; Hail Columbia (The president's march) ; Hail to the chief ; Hambone am good ; Hand me down my walkin' cane ; The hand of God ; Hangtown gals ; The happy clown ; The happy journey ; The happy miller ; Hard, ain't it hard ; Hard times, come again no more ; Hard trials ; Hares of the mountain ; The harmonious blacksmith ; The harp that once through Tara's halls ; Haul away, Joe ; Haul on the bowline ; Havah nagilah ; Have you seen but a white lily grow ; Hearts and flowers ; Hello, Central, give me heaven ; Hello girls ; Hello! ma baby ; Henrietta (The stolen kiss) ; Henry Martin ; Henry my son ; Her eyes don't shine like diamonds ; Here's to good old beer ; He's gone away ; He's got the whole world in his hands ; Here's a health to all good lasses ; Hieland laddie ; High Germany ; Hill and gully rider ; Ho-la-hi! Ho-la-ho! ; Ho ro my nut brown maiden ; Hold on ; Home on the range ; Home sweet home ; A horse named Bill ; The horses run around ; A hot time in the old town tonight ; The house carpenter ; The house of the rising sun ; The housewife's lament ; How happy the soldier ; How old are you, my pretty little miss ; Hudson River steamboat ; The hunters of Kentucky ; The hunting horn ; Hunting the hare ; Hurree hurroo ; Hush little baby ; I ain't a-goin' to weep no more ; I am a pilgrim ; I am a poor wayfaring stranger ; I am the monarch of the sea ; I can't stay behind ; I don't want to get adjusted ; I gave my love a cherry ; I got a robe ; I got shoes ; I hear from heaven today ; I know the Lord ; I know where I'm goin' ; I love thee ; I love you truly ; I married a wife ; I need thee every hour ; I never will marry ; I put my trist in thee, Lord ; I ride an old paint ; I will be true to thee ; I wish I was single again ; I would not die in springtime ; I'll hear the trumpet sound ; I'll take you home again, Kathleen ; I'm a man of constant sorrow ; I'm bound for the promised land ; I'm called Little Buttercup ; I'm certainly living a ragtime life ; I'm going home ; In cellar cool ; In mansions above ; In old Madrid ; In the baggage coach ahead ; In the evening by the moonlight ; In the gloaming ; In the good old summertime ; Innocent sounds ; The Irish emigrant ; The Irish jubilee ; The Irish washer woman ; It ain't gonna rain no mo' ; It was a lover and his lass ; It's nobody's bus'ness ; I've been working on the railroad ; I've got no use for women ; Jack was every inch a sailor ; The jam on Gerry's Rock ; Jane, Jane ; Jay Gould's daughter ; Jeanie with the light brown hair ; Jefferson and liberty ; Jenny Jenkins ; Jesse James ; Jesus is the only way ; Jesus loves me ; Jim Crow ; Joe Bowers ; John Brown's body ; John Hardy ; John Henry ; John Hielandman ; John Peel ; John Riley ; Johnny has gone for a soldier ; Johnny, I hardly knew ye ; Johnny Vorbeck ; Jonah ; Joshua fit the battle of Jericho ; The jovial beggar ; Joy bells ring ; Juanita ; Just a-wearyin' for you ; Just after the battle ; Just because she made them goo goo eyes ; Just before the battle, Mother ; Just tell them that you saw me ; Just to call you mine ; The kangoro ; Kansas land ; Kashmiri song (Pale hands I loved) ; Kathleen Mavourneen ; Katy cruel ; The keel row ; Keep your lamp trimmed and burning ; The keeper of the Eddystone Light ; The keeper would a-hunting go ; Kentucky babe ; Kentucky bootlegger ; Kentucky moonshiner ; Kilgary Mountain ; Killarney ; King alcohol ; The king and the miller ; Kingdom coming (The year of Jubilo) ; Kiss me quick and go ; Kum ba ya ; La bamba ; La cucaracha ; La vidalita ; The laird of Cockpen ; The ladies' man ; The lass with the delicate air ; The lass from the low country ; The lass of Richmond Hill ; The last request ; The last rose of summer ; Laura Lee ; The Lauterbach maiden ; Lavender's blue ; Lay this body down ; Lead me, oh lead me ; The leatherwing bat ; Let her sleep under the bar ; Let him go, let him tarry ; Let me fly ; Let the sun shine forever ; Let us break bread together ; Let's sing of stage coaches ; The letter edged in black ; The liberty song ; Life is like a mountain railroad ; A life on the ocean wave ; L'il Liza Jane ; Lilliburlero ; Lilly Dale ; Lily of the West ; Lincoln and liberty ; Lincoln funeral march ; Listen to the lambs ; Listen to the mockingbird ; Little Annie Rooney ; Little bitty baby ; Little brown jug ; Little David play on your harp ; Little Eva ; Little Jenny Dow ; Little Joe the wrangler ; Little Mohee ; A little more faith in Jesus ; Little Moses ; Little old sod shanty on my claim ; Little wheel a turnin' in my heart ; Loch Lomond ; Logger lover ; Lolly-too-dum ; London waits ; The Londonderry air ; The lonesome cowboy ; The lonesome road ; Lonesome valley ; The lonesome valley ; Little John ; Long, long ago ; A long time ago ; Look in, look up, look around ; The Lord bless you and keep you ; Lord, blow the moon out ; Lord, I want to be a Christian ; Lord, remember me ; Lorena ; Louisville burglar ; Lousy miner ; Love is pleasing ; Love somebody ; The lovely creature ; The lovely Ohio ; Love's old sweet song ; Lydia Pinkham ; MacPherson's farewell ; The maid and the mill ; The maid freed from the gallows ; The maid on the shore ; Malaguena salerosa ; Mama don't 'low ; Mama gimme ; Mama, have you heard the news? ; The man on the flying trapeze ; The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo ; The man who has plenty of good peanuts ; A man without a woman ; Mango walk ; The mansion of aching hearts ; Many thousands gone ; Marching along ; Marching through Georgia ; Marie! Marie! ; Mary and Martha ; Mary-Anne ; Maryland, my Maryland ; The Massachusetts song of liberty ; Massa's in de cold ground ; Matilda ; Matty Groves ; Melinda's ragtime ball ; Men of Harlech ; Mermaid ; Michael Finnigin ; Michael, row the boat ashore ; The midnight special ; Mighty day ; A mighty fortress is our God ; The mill mother's lament ; Miner's doom ; Miner's farewell ; The minstrel boy ; The mistletoe bough ; Miss Wrinkle ; The mocking bird song ; The model of a modern major general ; Molly O ; Monkey see, monkey do ; The monkey's wedding ; Morning hymn ; The morning trumpet ; Mother o' mine ; Mother, pin a rose on me ; Mountains of Mourne ; Mr. and Mrs. Brown ; Mulligan Guard ; The musical society ; My Bonnie ; My brudder Gum ; My days have been so wondrous free ; My gal Sal ; My good old man ; My grandma's advice ; My hopes have departed forever ; My little dog has gone ; My long tail blue ; My love is a rider ; My love is like a red, red rose ; My mother's old red shawl ; My name is Yon Yonson ; My old dog Tray ; My old Kentucky home ; My task ; My wild Irish rose ; Nancy Lee ; Napoleon ; Near the lake ; Nelly Bly ; Never no more hard times blues ; New River train ; New stranger's blues ; The next market day ; Nine men slept in a boarding house bed ; Nine pound hammer ; No hiding place ; No more rain fall for wet you ; No night there ; No time to waste ; Nobody ; Nobody knows the trouble I've seen ; None but the lonely heart ; Nothing else to do ; Nothing like grog ; Now is the month of maying ; O bury me not ; O freedom ; O! Lemuel ; O sole mio ; O rare Turpin ; Ode for the new year ; Ode to joy ; Oh! boys, carry me 'long ; Oh dear, what can the matter be ; Oh how he lied ; Oh I know the Lord's laid his hands on me ; Oh Lord remember me ; Oh, Mary, don't you weep ; Oh promise me ; Oh, sinner man ; Oh Susanna ; Oh, the heaven is shining ; Oh, them golden slippers ; Oh where oh where is my little dog gone ; Ol' ark's a-moverin' ; Ol' Texas ; Old Abe Lincoln ; Old Black Joe ; Old Blue ; Old brass wagon ; Old colony times ; Old Dan Tucker ; The old folks at home (Swanee River) ; Old gospel ship ; The old gray mare ; Old Hannah ; Old Hundredth ; Old Joe Clark ; Old John Braddleum ; Old MacDonald had a farm ; Old maid ; The old oaken bucket ; Old rosin, the beau ; The old rustic bridge by the mill ; Old settler's song ; The old ship of Zion ; Old Thompson's mule ; Old time religion ; Old Uncle Ned ; Omie Wise ; On ilkla moor baht hat ; On silver waters ; On Springfield Mountain ; On that great getting up morning ; On the banks of Allan Water ; On the banks of the Sacramento ; On the banks of the Wabash ; On top of old Smokey ; Once I had a sweetheart ; Once I loved thee, Mary dear ; Once I went swimming ; One meat ball ; One more day ; One more river to cross ; Onward Christian soldiers ; Open thy lattice, love ; The opossum ; Other side of Jordan ; Otto Wood ; Our bright summer days are gone ; Out in the great Northwest ; Out of work ; Over the river and thro' the woods ; Over the waves ; Paddle your own canoe ; Pal of my dreams ; Paper of pins ; Pay day at Coal Creek ; Peacefully slumbering on the ocean ; Peg and awl ; Perry's victory ; Personal friend of mine ; Pick a bale of cotton ; A picture no artist can paint ; A picture of her face ; The pig and the inebriate ; The pilgrim's legacy ; Plaisir d'amour ; Playmates ; The poacher ; Poem ; Polly put the kettle on ; Polly wolly doodle ; Poor boy ; Poor Ellen Smith ; Poor Howard ; Poor Laz'us ; Poor man's heaven ; Poor Mary Jane ; Poor Rosy ; Praise and thanks ; Praise member ; The praties, they grow small ; Prettiest little baby in the country-o ; The pretty girl milking her cow ; Pretty Polly ; Pretty Saro ; Prisoner for life ; Put me in my little bed ; Putting on the style ; The Quaker's courtship ; The quartermaster store ; Raiders ; Railroad Bill ; A railroader for me ; Rally round the flag ; The rambling gambler ; The Rattin family ; Ready when the great day comes ; Red apple juice ; Red iron ore ; Red River Valley ; The request to the nightingale ; The Resurrection morn ; The return ; Reuben's train ; Revolutionary tea ; Rich bank thieves ; Rich gal, po' gal ; The rich man and the poor man ; Ride my little pony ; Ride on, Moses ; Ring, ring de banjo ; Ring them bells ; Rio Grande ; Rise and shine ; The river in the pines ; Robin Adair ; Rock-a-my-soul ; Rockabye baby ; Rock Island Line ; Roll, Alabama, roll ; Roll, Jordan, roll ; Roll, Nancy gal, roll ; Roll out! oh, heave that cotton ; Rolling home ; The rose of Tralee ; A rose with a broken stem ; 'Round her neck she wears a yellow ribbon ; Round the Bay of Mexico ; Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown ; Rumsty-O ; Run, Mary, run ; Run the ridges ; Sacramento gals ; Sailing at high tide ; Sailing in the boat ; Sailing, sailing ; Saint Patrick was a gentleman ; Sally Brown ; Sally in our alley ; Salty dog ; Sam Bass ; Samuel Hall ; Santa Lucia ; Santy Anno ; Sarie Marais ; Say au revoir but not good bye ; Scarborough Fair ; Semper paratus ; Set down, servant ; Shady grove ; Shall I die ; Shamus O'Brien ; The shanty man's life ; She is more to be pitied than censured ; She may have seen better days ; She promised to meet me ; She was bred in old Kentucky ; She'll be comin' 'round the mountain ; Shenandoah ; Short rations ; Short'nin' bread ; Shout on children ; The sidewalks of New York (East Side, West Side) ; Silkie ; The silver dagger ; A silver dollar ; Silver threads among the gold ; Simon the cellarer ; Simple gifts ; Sing a song of cities ; Sing again that sweet refrain ; Sing ivy ; Singing for Jesus ; Single girl ; The Sioux Indians ; Sir Peter Parker ; Sir Eglamore ; Six questions ; Skillet good and greasy ; Skip to my Lou ; Skye boat song ; Sloop John B. ; The snowy breasted pearl ; So long, Mary ; The soldier and the sailor ; Soldier boy ; Soldier, soldier, won't you marry me? ; Some day I'll wander back again ; Some folks ; Somebody's knocking at your door ; Somebody's sweetheart I want to be ; Somebody's waiting for me ; Sometimes I feel like a motherless child ; A song for liberty ; Song of a thousand years ; Sourwood Mountain ; The sow got the measles ; Sowing on the mountain ; The Spanish guitar ; Spanish is the lovin' tongue ; Spirit divine, attend our prayers ; Springfield Mountain ; St. James Infirmary ; Standing in the need of prayer ; The star spangled banner ; Starvin' on a government claim ; The State of Arkansas ; Stealin', stealin' ; Steal away ; Steamboat's comin' ; Stewball ; Stir the pudding ; Strawberry Lane ; The streets of Cairo ; The streets of Laredo ; Sucking cider thru a straw ; Summer ; The sunshine of Paradise Alley ; Sur le pont d'Avignon ; The surrender of Lord Cornwallis ; Sven ; The swapping song ; Sweet and low ; Sweet Betsy from Pike ; Sweet bunch of daisies ; The sweet by and by ; Sweet Eveline ; Sweet Marie ; Sweet, the evening air of May ; The sweetest story ever told ; Sweetly she sleeps, my Alice fair ; Swing low, sweet chariot ; The sword of Bunker Hill ; Ta-ra-ra-boom-der-e ; The tailor and the mouse ; Take back your gold ; Take this hammer ; Take your fingers off it ; Teasing ; Tell me, pretty maiden ; Tell my Jesus, mornin' ; Tell old Bill ; Ten little kiddies ; Ten thousand cattle ; Tenting on the old camp ground ; The Texas Ranger ; The Texian ; That strawberry roan ; That's all right ; That's what's the matter ; That's where my money goes ; There is a tavern in the town ; There was a man and he was mad ; There was an old soldier ; There was an old woman and she had a little pig ; There's plenty of gold ; They're laying eggs now ; This old man ; This train is bound for glory ; This wicked race ; Those wedding bells ; Three blind mice ; Three fishermen ; Three little maids from school ; The three ravens ; Throw him down, McCloskey ; Throw it out the window ; Tit-willow ; To all you ladies now on land ; A toast (to General Washington) ; Tom Bowling ; Tom cat blues ; Tom Dooley ; The torpedo and the whale ; The trail to Mexico ; Tramp, tramp, tramp ; The trooper and the maid ; The trouble of the world ; Truth in absence ; Turkey in the straw ; The turtle dove ; Twelve gates to the city ; Two guitars ; Tying a knot in the devil's tail ; Un, uh, no ; Uncle Sam's farm ; Under the bamboo tree ; Under the willow she's weeping ; The unfortunate Miss Bailey ; The unquiet grave ; Upidee ; Utah Carroll ; Verses for the Fourth of July ; Vicar of Bray ; Vicksburg blues ; The village maiden ; Villikins and his Dinah ; Vine and fig tree ; Virginia's bloody soil ; Vive la compagnie ; The Volga boatman ; The Wabash Cannonball ; Wade in the water ; Waiting at the church ; Wake Nicodemus ; Walk in Jerusalem just like John ; Waltzing Matilda ; Wanderin' ; Wartime blues ; The washing day ; Washington and Lincoln ; The Watchet sailor ; The water is wide ; The wayworn traveler ; We are coming, Father Abraam, 300,000 more ; We are soldiers in the army ; We be three poor mariners ; We gather together ; We never speak as we pass by ; We shall walk through the valley ; The wearing of the green ; Weave room blues ; Wee cooper o' Fife ; Weeping sad and lonely ; We'll conquer or die ; We're coming, Arkansas ; Were you there? ; What a trying time ; What shall we do with the drunken sailor ; What would you take for me, papa ; What'cha doin', Joe! ; When a woman hears the sound of drum and fife ; When the robins nest again ; When the stars begin to fall ; When I was a lad ; When Johnny comes marching home ; When Pa ; When the chapel is empty ; When the work's all done this fall ; When you do the ragtime dance ; When you and I were young, Maggie ; When you go a-courtin' ; Where are you going to, my pretty maid? ; Where did you get that hat? ; Where is my wandering boy tonight? ; Where o where is old Elijah? ; Where shall I be? ; Where the River Shannon flows ; Whiskey Johnny ; Whistle, daughter, whistle ; White sails ; Who is the man? ; Who threw the overalls in Mrs. Murphy's chowder? ; Who will care for Mother now ; Who's gonna show your pretty little foot? ; Who's that a-callin'? ; Who's that coming? ; Why have my loved ones gone ; Widdicombe Fair ; Wildwood flower ; Will you go lassie, go? ; Will you love me in December ; William Taylor ; Willie has gone to the war ; Willie my brave ; Willie we have missed you ; Wilt thou be gone, love? ; Windham ; Wing wong waddle ; Witchcraft ; Woodman, spare that tree ; The work of the weavers ; Workin' on the railroad ; The world turned upside down ; Wrap the flag around me, boys ; Wrastl' on Jacob ; Yankee Doodle ; The Yankee Doodle boy ; The Yankee girls ; A Yankee ship and a Yankee crew ; The yellow rose of Texas ; Yo dee oh dee oh ; Yonder comes the high sheriff ; You go to old Harry ; You never miss the water ; Young folks at home ; You're not the only pebble on the beach ; You've been a good old wagon ; Yuazuray ; Zebra dun.

Additional Information
Subjects Folk music -- United States.
Folk songs, English -- United States.
Songs, English -- United States.
Publisher New York, N.Y. :C. Hansen,1977
Contributors Hood, Isabel, compiler.
Hood, Mary Allen, compiler.
Language English
Notes Primarily unaccompanied melodies.
Vol. 1 includes historical introduction by Helen M. Flint.
Description 2 volumes of music : illustrations ; 28 cm
ISBN 0849400686
9780849400681
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