Airman's song book : being an anthology of squadron, concert party, training and camp songs, and song-parodies

Format: Music Score 1945
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
Noncirculating (1)
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Closed Reference (Please ask for assistance) r M1738.W28 A4
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Closed Reference (Please ask for assistance)
 
Call Number  r M1738.W28 A4
 
 
Contents
Before the First World War. The bold aviator, or, The dying airman
From 1914 to the armistice in 1918. A recruiting song of the Royal Flying Corps ; The Ragtime Flying Corps ; The Mountains of Mourne ; Another recruiting song of the Royal Flying Corps ; What do you want
? ; When this ruddy war is over ; The pilot's psalm ; Who killed Cock Robin? ; Three Squadron ; We haven't seen the sergeant ; Back seat ballad ; Napoo-fini! ; Fred Karno's Air Corps ; The air mechanic's moan ; An R.F.C. toast ; I don't want to join the air force ; A capital bus for a crowd like us ; The R.A.F. trooping song
Bless 'em all ; The only way ; The song of the Hun ; This is the Flying Corps ; Looping the loop ; R.F.C. alliterations ; Hurrah for the bounding air ; Stormy the night ; Pushing ; I want a G-nôme ; Excelsior up to date ; When that dawn patrol sets out ; The birdman ; The wreck of the old F.E. ; They called them RAF 2Cs ; The Ragtime aircraft builders ; Ode to the R.A.F. engine ; The last lay of the Sopwith Camel pilot ; Ten little Albatri ; There were three Huns ; Hush-a-bye baby ; You're only a P.B.O. ; Up in a Sop ; The syncopated fire control ; In other words ; Omer Drome ; My old yellow jacket ; I left the mess-room early ; So early in the morning ; Two Hunnische airmen ; Heaven or hell ; Over the lines ; Every little while ; Wings of an Avro ; Another undercarriage wouldn't do us any harm ; My Motter ; We haven't got a hope in the morning ; I want to go to Essen ; If you want to remain inside ; The 100 Squadron lament ; Sing a song of aircraft ; Song of 54 Squadron ; Which he'll never do no more ; Bettencourt ; A new toast ; Now I'm a general at the Ministry ; Poor old pilot ; A squadron toast
The "peace" years, 1918 to 1939. A song of 55 Squadron ; A Twenty-four Squadron song ; Just a little oil ; In the middle of Salisbury Plain-O ; Those Shaibah blues ; Now I'm an AC/3 ; A.O.C.'s inspection ; Officers of "A" flight ; Flying training ; The song of the cadet ; The ballad of Sulaiman ; The Avro and the song ; The fitters' song ; Song of the shirt ; Shire, shire, Somersetshire ; Three songlets ; Hold your row ; Just three more days to go ; The riggers' song ; Far away ; The coppersmiths' song ; A maiden young and fair ; A forced landing ; The M.T. drivers' song ; Song to newcomers to Iraq ; That old-fashioned Avro of mine
The Second World War. It's just the Air Force way ; Old Annie ; Oh! Mary, this WAAF ; If I only had wings ; The Firth of flaming Forth ; Ops in a Wimpey ; Old fashioned Wimpey ; Thanks for the memory ; A Hudson song ; One for the Tiger ; Service of thanksgiving for safe arrival in Iraq ; On the move ; I love to fly a Whitley Three ; The erk's lament ; My A.C.W.2 ; The plotters' lament ; Bloody hell ; Practice-flapping ; Tins ; Song of the gremlins ; A Fortress song ; Gas, gas, gas ; The Fortress song ; We are the Air-Sea Rescue ; Row and rows and rows ; She's a swell dame ; The balloonatics' song ; The heavy bombers ; Western desert madness ; A Malta song ; A song of 51 Maintenance Unit ; The Benghazi mail run ; A servicing song ; As you bed your balloon in the morning ; You've had it ; A service police song ; So here I work ; There's no A.M.O. about love ; Mrs. Mobile ; The Wids' song ; A 218 Squadron song ; Bring back my bomber and me ; The fitter, the rigger, the mech ; Once there was a Naafi girl ; A song of 59 Squadron ; Everybody's crackers on P.T. ; The flight mechanic's song ; It's laid down ; You'll never go to heaven ; Ten little pilot boys ; We are the A.T.C. ; He had to go and prang 'er in the hangar ; To "Lili Marlene" ; The guinea pigs' song.

Additional Information
Subjects Great Britain. -- Royal Air Force -- Songs and music.
Military music -- Great Britain.
War songs -- Great Britain.
Publisher London :Sylvan Press,1945
Contributors Ward-Jackson, C. H., editor.
Lucas, Leighton, 1903-1982, editor.
Language English
Description 1 score (xiv, 190 pages) : illustrations ; 25 cm
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