The banjo player's songbook

Format: Music Score 1984
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks q M1629.B25 1984x
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks
 
Call Number  q M1629.B25 1984x
 
 
Summary
(Music Sales America). Over 200 great songs arranged for the five-string banjo complete with lyrics for each song. Includes folk songs, sentimental favorites, songs of the sea, fiddle tunes, and much more. Spiral bound. Songs include: Home on the Range * On Top of Old Smoky * She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain * You Are My Sunshine * Polly Wolly Doodle * Little Liza Jane * Yankee Doodle * The Wabash Cannonball * Go Tell Aunt Rhody * Buffalo Gals * Skip to My Lou * Loch Lomond * What Do You Do with a Drunken Sailor? * The Camptown Races * Oh! Susanna * Ring, Ring the Banjo * Bill Bailey * Simple Gifts * and many more.
Contents
Banjo accompaniment, styles and techniques
Tunings and chords
All over this land. Cripple Creek ; Cumberland Gap ; Dixie ; Down in the valley ; The Erie Canal ; Marching through Georgia ; Home on the range ; On top of Old Smoky ; Sacramento ; Sourwood Mountain ; Sugar Hill
Raise a ruckus, Ain't gonna work tomorrow ; She'll be coming round the mountain ; Big ball's in town ; Hot corn, cold corn ; Jubilee ; Waterbound ; Keep my skillet good and greasy ; Short'nin' bread ; Way down the old plank road ; Bile 'em cabbage down
Wild rovers. The black velvet band ; The wild rover ; To the begging I will go ; The wild colonial boy ; Whiskey in the jar ; Roving gambler ; Bungle rye ; I'm a rover ; Gypsy Davy ; The Calton weaver ; Hi for the beggarman
Fill the flowing bowl : drinking songs. Mountain tay ; The jug of punch ; Drink it up, men ; Little brown jug ; Mountain dew ; The moonshiner
Lovers false and true. The girl I left behind me ; Oh my little darling ; Wildwood flower ; Shady grove ; The nightingale ; Johnny Todd ; Roll in my sweet baby's arms ; You are my sunshine ; More pretty girls than one
Spunky gals. Dicey Riley ; Black-eyed Suzie ; Cindy ; Handsome Molly ; Little Maggie ; The maid of Amsterdam ; Polly wolly doodle ; Banjo picking girl ; Sweet Betsy from Pike ; Little Liza Jane
A parcel of rogues. Paddy West ; Old Joe Clark ; Cotton-eyed Joe ; Old Dan Tucker ; Yankee Doodle ; Railroad Bill
Murder and foul play. Frankie and Johnny ; Tom Dooley ; Jesse James ; Pretty Polly ; Wild Bill Jones ; John Hardy ; The banks of the Ohio ; Buffalo skinners ; Captain Kidd
Long steel rails. The Wabash Cannonball ; Freight train ; John Henry ; Bound to ride ; Nine hundred miles ; Been all around this world ; New river train
Shouting the blues. Crawdad ; Careless love ; Salty dog blues ; Long journey home ; Goin' down the road feelin' bad ; Worried man blues ; Sugar babe ; Fishin' blues
All God's critters. The coo-coo ; Old Molly Hare ; Turkey in the straw ; Mole in the ground ; Little birdie ; Go tell Aunt Rhody ; The fox ; Cluck old hen
Swing your partner. Buffalo gals ; Fly around, my pretty little miss ; Down the road ; Sally Ann ; Skip to my Lou ; Sally Goodin ; Can't you dance the polka?
Fiddle tunes. Angeline ; Arkansas traveler ; Bill Cheathum ; Coal Creek march ; Colored aristocracy ; The eighth of January ; Flowers of Edinburgh ; GaspeĢ reel ; June apple ; Mississippi sawyer ; Old Jimmy Sutton ; Over the waterfall ; Rakes of mallow ; Red-haired boy ; Red wing ; Rose tree ; Sandy River belle ; Soldier's joy ; Speed the plough ; Sweet sixteen
The shamrock shore : songs of Ireland. Young Roddy McCorley ; Hello, Patsy Fagan ; Kelly, the boy from Killane ; Let Erin remember ; Isn't it grand, boys? ; The rising of the moon ; The cruise of the Calibar ; The old woman from Wexford
Ye highlands and ye lowlands : songs of Scotland. Loch Lomond ; Coulter's candy ; MacPherson's farewell ; My Johnny lad ; The work o' the weavers ; Scotland the brave ; The banks o' Doon ; Farewell to Tarwathie ; Auld lang syne
Chanteys and songs of the sea. Row, bullies, row ; Whiskey, Johnny ; Haul away, Joe ; Heave away, me Johnny ; The sloop John B. ; Blow the man down ; Rio Grande ; Santy Anno ; The leaving of Liverpool ; Rise her up ; The squid-jigging ground ; What do you do with a drunken sailor? ; Greenland fisheries ; South Australia ; Go to sea no more ; The mermaid ; Across the western ocean ; The handsome cabin boy ; I's the b'y ; Blow ye winds
America's troubadour : songs of Stephen Foster. Angelina Baker ; The camptown races ; My old Kentucky home ; Oh! Susanna ; Old folks at home ; Hard times ; Ring, ring the banjo
Just a song at twilight : parlor favorites. Take me out to the ballgame ; The sidewalks of New York ; Grandfather's clock ; Daisy ; Darling Nellie Gray ; The ship that never returned ; All the good times are past and gone ; My wild Irish Rose ; Golden slippers ; Carry me back to old Virginny ; When you and I were young, Maggie ; For he's a jolly good fellow ; The band played on ; In the good old summertime
Songs from Tin Pan Alley. Bill Bailey ; Our boys will shine tonight ; Give my regards to Broadway ; The Yankee Doodle boy ; You're a grand old flag ; Put on your old gray bonnet ; Hello! ma baby ; By the light of the silvery moon ; Put your arms around me, honey
How sweet the sound : gospel songs. Amazing grace ; Give me that old-time religion ; I am a pilgrim ; I'll fly away ; Will the circle be unbroken? ; Kum ba yah ; I can't feel at home in this world anymore ; Jesu, joy of man's desiring ; Lonesome valley ; Sinner man ; Ode to joy ; Simple gifts ; Just a closer walk with thee ; Sowing on the mountain ; Wayfaring stranger ; Michael, row the boat ashore ; When the saints go marching in
Jewish songs of celebration. Shalom chaverim ; Hava nagila ; Chanuke, O Chanuke ; Hinneh mah tov
Christmas songs and carols. Jingle bells ; We wish you a merry Christmas ; Hark! the herald angels sing; God rest ye merry, gentlemen ; Deck the hall ; Good King Wenceslaus ; Silent night.

Additional Information
Subjects Folk songs, English.
Folk dance music.
Popular music.
Songs with banjo.
Banjo music.
Publisher New York :Oak Publications,1984
Contributors Jumper, Tim, arranger of music.
Pickow, Peter, editor.
Language English
Notes Folk and popular songs; words and melodies with chord symbols and banjo harmony.
Description 288 pages of music ; 31 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 285) and discography (page 286).
ISBN 9780825602979
0825602971
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