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Songs that never grow old : a complete collection of all those standard songs which are known and loved by English-speaking people the world over, including home songs, love songs, college songs, patriotic songs, sacred songs, operatic songs, as well as the national and home songs of all the principal nations and peoples

Format: Music Score 1913
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
Noncirculating (1)
Location Collection Call #
CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Closed Reference (Please ask for assistance) r M1629.S7
Location  CLP - Main Library
Collection  Second Floor - Closed Reference (Please ask for assistance)
Call Number  r M1629.S7
Abide with me
Adeste, fideles = Come all ye faithful : O come, all ye faithful
Trovatore. Ah! I have sighed to rest me
Martha. Ah! so pure
Alice where art thou?
All hail the power of Jesus' name
Alma mater
Annie Laurie
Auld lang syne
Aura Lee
Austrian national hymn
Ave Maria / Gounod
Battle cry of freedom
Battle hymn of the republic
Beauty's eyes
Be kind to the loved ones at home
Believe me if all those endearing young charms
Ben Bolt
Blest be the tie that binds
Blue Alsatian mountains
Blue bells of Scotland
Bonnie Doon
The bridge
British national hymn
Campbells are coming
Canadian national hymn
Charles John, our brave king
Cheer, boys, cheer
Columbia! God preserve thee
Columbia! the gem of the ocean
Come back to Erin
Come, Holy Spirit
Come, thou Almighty King
Come, ye disconsolate
Comin' through the rye
Crown him with many crowns
Crow song
Danish hymn
Danube River
Darby and Joan
Darling Nelly Gray
The dearest spot is home
Dear Evelina
Dixie Land
Rigoletto. Donna è€ mobile = Woman is fickle
Do they miss me at home?
Do they think of me at home?
Douglas, tender and true
Dream faces
Drink to me only with thine eyes
Du, du, liegst mir im Herzen
Tannhàˆuser. Evening star
Ever of thee
Flag of our union forever
Flag of the free
Flag of '76
Flow gently, sweet Afton
Forty-nine bottles
French national song
From Greenland's icy mountains
Funiculi, funicula
Future Mrs. 'Awkins
German national song
Girl I left behind me
Glorious things of thee are spoken
Glory, glory, hallelujah
Good-bye, sweetheart
Good-night ladies
Gum-tree canoe
Hail! Columbia
Messiah. Hallelujah chorus
Hark! hark! my soul
Hark! I hear a voice
Hark! the herald angels sing
Harp that once through Tara's halls
Bohemian girl. Heart bowed down
Holland's national hymn
Holy, holy, holy
Holy night
Home again
Home, can I forget thee?
Home, sweet home
Hours that were
How can I leave thee?
How firm a foundation
How gentle God's commands
I cannot sing the old songs
Bohemian girl. I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls
Maritana. In happy moments
In old Madrid
Integer vitae
Irish national song
In the gloaming
Italian national hymn
It came upon the midnight clear
It was a dream
I was seeing Nelly home
Jerusalem, the golden
Jesus lives
Jesus, lover of my soul
Jingle bells
John Anderson, my Jo
John Brown's body
Kathleen Mavourneen
Kerry dance
King Christian
Landlord! fill the flowing bowl
Last night
Last rose of summer
Lead kindly light
Life on the ocean wave
Listen to the mocking bird
Little brown jug
Little tin soldier
Long, long ago
Lost chord
Love's old sweet song
Low-backed car
Erminie. Lullaby
Maid of Athens
Man who has plenty of good peanuts
Maple leaf forever!
March of the men of Harlech
Marching through Georgia
Maryland, my Maryland
Massa's in de cold ground
Meerschaum pipe
The mermaid
A mighty fortress is our God
Minstrel boy
Mush, mush
My Bonnie
My country 'tis of thee
My faith looks up to thee
My mother dear
My last cigar
My old Dutch
My old Kentucky home
Nancy Lee
Nearer, my God, to thee
Ninety and nine
No, sir!
Now the day is over
Nut-brown maiden
Oft in the stilly night
O God, our help in ages past
O Jesus, thou art standing
Old arm-chair
Old Black Joe
Old cabin home
Old folks at home
Old Hundred
Old oaken bucket
One sweetly solemn thought
Only a face at the window
Onward! Christian soldiers
O paradise
O the land that we love
O thou joyful day
Our banner
Our flag
Our flag o'er us waving
Over the banister
Palm branches
La paloma
Pleyel's hymn
Polish hymn
Polly wolly doodle
Portuguese hymn
Quilting party
Rally round the flag
Red, white, and blue
Roast beef of old England
Robin Adair
Rocked in the cradle of the deep
Rock me to sleep, Mother
Rock of ages
Roll on, silver moon
Rule! Britannia
Russian national hymn
Sally in our alley
Scarlet sarafan
Scotch national song
Serenade / Schubert
Shall we gather at the river?
Should auld acquaintance be forgot
Simon, the cellarer
Trovatore. Sleep, gentle mother
Softly now the light of day
Soldier's farewell
Bohemian girl. Soldier's life
Solomon Levi
Some day
Son of God goes forth to war
Spanish national hymn
Spring, gentle hymn
Stars in the summer night
Star spangled banner
St. Patrick's Day
Strangers yet
Sun of my soul
Swanee River
Swedish national song
Sweet and low
Take back the heart
Bohemian girl. Then you'll remember me
There is a green hill far away
There is a happy land
There's music in the air
Thine eyes so blue and dreaming
Three fishers
Through the leaves
Tom-big-bee River
Tramp, tramp, tramp
Vacant chair
Vive l'amour
Wait for the wagon
A warrior bold
Watch on the Rhine
Wearing of the green
We'd better bide a wee
Welsh national song
We sat by the river, you and I
When Jack comes home again
When the corn is waving
When the swallows homeward fly
Where is my little dog gone?
Where o where?
Within a mile of Edinboro
Woodman, spare that tree!
Work for the night is coming
Yankee Doodle.

Additional Information
Subjects Songs -- United States.
Songs, English.
Publisher New York :Syndicate Pub. Co.,1913
Contributors Syndicate Publishing Company.
Language English
Description 1 score (256 pages) : portraits ; 26 cm
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