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The book of Navy songs

Format: Music Score 1926
Availability: Available at 1 Library 2 of 2 copies
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks q M1948.U63 1926
Location  CLP - Main Library
Collection  Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks
Call Number  q M1948.U63 1926
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Closed Reference (Please ask for assistance) qr 784.8 U253
Location  CLP - Main Library
Collection  Second Floor - Closed Reference (Please ask for assistance)
Call Number  qr 784.8 U253
Historical songs and ballads. The star spangled banner ; Old Ironsides ; Ye parliament of England ; The Constitution and the Guerriè€re ; Farewell to grog ; Sims's flotilla ; The countersigns
Wardroom songs. The armored cruiser squadron ; The old destroyer squadron ; All those in favor of having a drink ; All hands on deck ; Colombo ; Song of the officers' torpedo class ; Abdul Abulbul Amir ; The frozen north ; Ponce Muir's "suns" ; The cruising boys of Subdiv. Nine ; Bible stories ; No navy for mine ; Neat ha! ha! ; The good ship Montezuma ; Strolling through Norfolk ; There was a little hen ; Gunboat sailors ; A capital ship ; Derelict ; My last cigar ; Mr. Noah ; Samuel Hall ; Just think, old scout ; The last carouse ; Twenty-seven bells by the Waterbury watch ; Sweethearts and wives ; Tim Finigan's wake ; The rhyme of the chivalrous shark ; The war junk Tennessee
Fo'c'sle songs and shanties. A wet sheet and a flowing sea ; A sailor's consolation ; Blow the man down ; Boston ; The life boat's crew ; The fisherman's daughter ; Greenland's icy shores ; The Dreadnaught ; Nancy Lee ; Around Cape Horn ; Blow, boys, blow ; Behring Sea song ; The gallant Thunderbomb ; The maid of Amsterdam ; The midshipmite ; High Barbaree ; The bo's'n ; Blow, ye winds in the morning ; Poor old man ; The song of the fishes
What are you going to do with a drunken sailor? ; Sailing ; Reuben Ranzo ; The mermaid ; Stormalong ; Sally Brown ; The female smuggler ; Shenandoah ; Rio Grande ; Botany Bay ; Whiskey, Johnny ; The whale ; The tarpaulin jacket
Songs of the landing parties. The marine's hymn ; Philippinitis ; There's many a man been murdered in Luzon ; The recruit ; Explosions from a tropical language ; The governor of Guam ; On Dato Ali's trail ; The coon republic ; Slattery's mounted foot ; The governor-general or a hobo ; This great war ; The Philippine hombre ; To the Carabao ; Where they were ; Zamboanga ; Army blue ; Benny Havens, oh!
Naval Academy songs. Anchor's aweigh ; Navy blue and gold ; The pride of the Navy ; Home, boys, home ; Blow the men down ; Fare thee well ; Gentlemen sailors ; Dukke Lisse ; Touchdown song ; There's an aggregation ; Fight, big blue team! ; The goat is old and gnarly ; Practice cruise ; Up and at 'em, Navee! ; We are from Crabtown ; Navy team ; Army mule ; Up from the sea ; The service boast ; No more rivers ; The ocean waves may roll ; Why! oh why! ; Old cruise song ; For those in peril on the sea.

Additional Information
Subjects United States Naval Academy -- Songs and music.
War songs -- United States.
Sea songs -- United States.
National songs -- United States.
Publisher Garden City, N.Y. :Doubleday, Page & Co.,1926
Edition 1st ed.
Other Titles Navy songs
Contributors Crosley, Joseph W., arranger of music.
United States Naval Academy. Trident Society, editor.
Language English
Description 1 score (x, 200 pages) : illustrations ; 31 cm
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