Our singing country ; a second volume of American ballads and folk songs

Language: English
French
Spanish
Format: Music Score 1941
Availability: Available at 2 Libraries 3 of 3 copies
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Community Library of Allegheny Valley - Harrison Non Fiction 811.08 OUR
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Contents
Prayer
Adam in the garden pinnin' leaves
Samson
The man of Calvary
Job
John done saw that number
John was a-writin'
Dem bones
The blood-stained banders
God moves on the water
God don't like it
Soon one mornin' death come creepin'
I feel like my time ain't long
If I got my ticket, can I ride?
Choose you a seat 'n' set down
Low down chariot
Over Jordan
Oh, lovely appearance of death
The Romish lady
Keep your hands on that plow
The little black train
Holy Ghost
Bonyparte
Callahan
Hop up, my ladies
Ducks in the millpond
Lynchburg Town
Jimmy git around
King William was King George's son
Had a little fight in Mexico
The bank of the Arkansaw
Ladies in the dinin' room
You turn for sugar an' tea
Johnnie bought a ham
Little bird, go through my window
Sally go round the sunshine
Don't you like it?
Cocky doodle doodle doo
Kitty, kitty casket
The wind blow east
Biddy, biddy
Never get a lickin' till I go down to Bimini
Married man gonna keep your secret
A wasp bite Nobi on her conch-eye
Don't you hurry worry with me
Round the Bay of Mexico
When de whale get strike
Dig my grave
Mamma's gone to the mail boat
Ol' hag, you see mammy?
Daddy shot a bear
Hush, li'l' baby
Crabe dans calalou
Mary was a red bird
Cotton Eye Joe
Billy Barlow
The crooked gun
The ram of Darby
The lady who loved a swine
Toll-a-winker
The marrowbone itch
Old Blue
Wunst I had an old gray mare
Hog rogues on the harricane
Cod liver ile
Tom Bolyn
The bachelor's lay
Katy Dorey
Johnny McCardner
Lolly too-dum
Where have you been, my good old man?
Jennie Jenkins
Married me a wife
Old shoes and leggin's
Blue bottle
Devilish Mary
Do come back again
My old true love
Fare ye well, my darlin'
I've rambled this country both earlye and late
East Virginia
Long lonesome road
Little Bonny
Old Bangham
The mermaid
Tee roo
Sweet William
Black Jack Davy
The Irish lady
The lady of Carlisle
The lame soldier
Willy Reilly
John Riley
Lily Munro
Pretty Polly
The Lexington murder
The rich old lady
Sept ans sur mer
Blanche comme la neige
Je caresserai la belle par amitieĢ
Qu'avec-vous, oui, belle blonde
Le petit mari
Les clefs de la prison
Belle
The Frenchman's ball
The true Paddy's song
Trench blues
Old King Cole
Santy Anno
Haul away, my Rosy
The low-down, lonesome low
The High Barbaree
Greenland whale fishery
Beaver Island boys
Dark-eyed canaller
The Bigler
The little brown bulls
Moosehead Lake
Johnny Stiles, or, The wild Mustard River
I came to this country in 1865
Ox-driving song
Yo soy de la tierra
Git along, little dogies
As I went a-walking one fine summer's evening
The sporting cowboy
Run along, you little dogies
Texas Rangers
Diamond Joe
If he'd be a buckaroo
Doney gal
Peter Gray
The wreck on the Somerset Road
The White House blues
John Henry
Sis Joe
Oh, roll on, babe
As I went out for a ramble
Way out in Idaho
Oh, my liver and my lungs
Down, down, down
Pay day at Coal Creek
The coal miner's child
Po' farmer
It's hard on we po' farmers
Ain't it hard to be a right black nigger?
Georgia Land
Georgia boy
Hard times in the country
The dodger
Cotton-mill colic
Chilly winds
Pass around your bottle
Sweet thing
Three nights drunk
Darling Corey
Jack o' Diamonds
Stavin' chain
My father gave me a lump of gold
As I set down to play tin-can
Little Willie's my darlin'
Adieu to the stone walls
We don't get no justice here in Atlanta
The reek and the rambling blade
When first to this country a stranger I came
Brennan on the moor
The wild colonial boy
The Vance song
The Rowan County crew
Harvey Logan
Dupree
Bugger burns
Duncan and Brady
Batson
Po' Laz'us
Roustabout holler
Trouble, trouble
Mamma, mamma
Go down, ol' Hannah
Make me a garment
Go down, you little red rising sun
Prison moan
Lights in the quarters burnin' mighty dim
Eadie
I been a bad, bad girl
Sun gonna shine in my door some day
The rising sun blues
Big fat woman
I'm a stranger here
I'm worried now but I won't be worried long
Lines from the blues
Take this hammer
Don't talk about it
Didn' ol' John cross the water on his knees?
Marthy had a baby
Lord, it's all, almost done
Ain't workin' song
I got to roll
You kicked and stomped and beat me
Drive it on
O Lawd I went up on the mountain
Long summer day
Godamighty drag
Johnny, won't you ramble?
Pauline
Look down that lonesome road.

Additional Information
Subjects Ballads, English -- United States.
Folk songs, English -- United States.
Folk music -- United States.
Work songs -- United States.
African Americans -- Music.
Publisher New York :Macmillan Co.,1941
Contributors Lomax, John A. (John Avery), 1867-1948.
Lomax, Alan, 1915-2002.
Seeger, Ruth Crawford, 1901-1953.
Thompson, Harold William, 1891-1964.
Language English
French
Spanish
Notes Unacc. melodies.
Description xxxiv, 416 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Notes "List of books to which reference has been made in the headnotes:" pages xxvi-xxviii; "Bibliography [compiled by Harold W. Thompson]": pages 405-410.
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