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Heritage songster : 332 folk and familiar songs : words, music, legends, chord symbols, guitar, ukulele, banjo, autoharp, piano

Language: English
Format: Music Score 1990
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
Available (1)
Location Collection Call #
CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks q M1977.C5 D34 1990zx
Location  CLP - Main Library
Collection  Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks
Call Number  q M1977.C5 D34 1990zx
The Heritage Songsteris a song collection designed to enhance elementary methods classes and to serve as a song resource for anyone who will lead young children in song. It is ideal for elementary education majors, music therapists, recreation majors, and parents.The songs span a wide range of national origins and include many of the best-known folk songs as well as hidden gems. In addition to the melody and lyrics, each song includes chord symbols and an explanatory note on the song's origin or meaning.
This land is your land
Aura Lee
Get along little dogies
Wait for the wagon
Wayfaring stranger
Auprès de ma blonde = Close to my darling
Barnyard song
Paper of pins
Get on board
The twelve days of Christmas
Down in the valley
Greensleeves (What child is this)
Are you sleeping = Frère Jacques
Good night
Cielito lindo = Beautiful heaven
Bow Belinda
It came upon the midnight clear
Sakura = Cherry blossoms
Aloha oe = Farewell to thee
Hark! The herald angels sing
Three blind mice
Crusaders' hymn (Fairest Lord Jesus)
A-hunting we will go
Bendemeer's stream
Mary and Martha
Battle hymn of the republic
Blow the winds southerly
Drill, ye tarriers
All night, all day
Ay, ay, ay
The marines' hymn
Barbara Allen
Away in a manger
The boll weevil
Old Dan Tucker
I've been working on the railroad
All through the night
The Glendy Burk
America the beautiful
Billy Boy
Love somebody
Angels we have heard on high
The caisson song
All the pretty little horses
Humpty Dumpty
I saw three ships
Joy to the world
Jennie Jenkins
Pony song
Pawpaw patch
All creatures of our God and King
Annie Laurie
The girl I left behind me
Auld lang syne
Wondrous love
Fum, fum, fum
Sumer is icumen in
Old MacDonald had a farm
The wraggle taggle gypsies
Bring a torch, Jeannette, Isabella
Columbia, the gem of the ocean
Little Tom Tinker
Camptown races
Bobby Shafto
The skaters' waltz
Lone Star trail
At the gate of heaven = A la puerto del cielo
Trot pony trot
O Tannenbaum = O Christmas tree
Baa, baa, black sheep
When I was a lad
Twinkle, twinkle little star
Streets of Laredo
Down in a coal mine
Michael, row the boat ashore
Home on the range
Short'nin' bread
The first Noel
Jolly old Saint Nicholas
We three kings of Orient are
Hot cross buns
Follow on
Under the spreading chestnut tree
Blow the man down
Mary had a little lamb
Yankee Doodle
Red River Valley
Orchestra song
Keep in the middle of the road
We wish you a merry Christmas
Land of the silver birch
Canoe song
Lukey's boat
Buffalo gals (Three little girls)
My old Kentucky home
The orchestra
Shalom chaverim
See-saw, Margery Daw
Cockles and mussels
Santa Lucia
Sandy land
Swing low, sweet chariot
Scarborough Fair
Reuben and Rachel
The bridge of Avignon
This is my Father's world
A boat, a boat to cross the ferry
Row, row, row your boat
Sourwood Mountain
Blow ye winds
Shucking of the corn
In the shining moonlight
Golden slippers
Bye'm bye
The sidewalks of New York
Rock of ages
Frog went a-courting
Weevily wheat
Ring, ring the banjo
Over the river and through the wood
The riddle song
Deck the halls
Dame get up
Hop up, my ladies
The blacksmith
On top of Old Smoky
My Bonnie
Cape Cod chantey
Rise up, shepherd, and follow
Little Jack Horner
There are many flags
Joshua fought the battle of Jericho
Susie, little Susie
Loch Lomond
Sweet and low
Going to Boston
Every time I feel the spirit
Home, sweet home
Faith of our fathers
Oh dear, what can the matter be
Cradle song
Jingle bells
Soldier, soldier
The cuckoo
O come, all ye faithful
Sweet Betsy from Pike
Early to bed
The star-spangled banner
Did you ever see a lassie
The Derby ram
Santy Maloney
The donkey
La raspe
Frog went courting
Come thou almighty King
The keeper
Ten little Indians
Kentucky babe
Cotton needs picking
Lavender's blue
Jacob's ladder
God rest you merry, gentlemen
Pussy cat
Sing a song of sixpence
O Hanukkah
Children's prayer
Prayer of thanksgiving
Good King Wenceslaus
Little David, play on your harp
When Johnny comes marching home
Las mañanitas
The sleeping princess
The farmer in the dell
Goodby, old Paint
Little Boy Blue
Go in and out the window
Rock-a-bye, baby
When the train comes along
My hat
Mother's knives and forks
Come, ye thankful people, come
Hey, ho, anybody home
Dona nobis pacem
Skye boat song
Nobody knows the trouble I've seen
The friendly beasts
The little Mohee
Zum gali gali
Little Bo-Peep
Hey diddle diddle
Vive l'amour
The sheepshearing
She'll be coming 'round the mountain
Up on the housetop
God of our fathers
Three blue pigeons
Night herding song
Long, long ago
One more river
Hey, Betty Martin
Lovely evening
Happy birthday to you
Vesper hymn
London Bridge
He's got the whole world in his hands
Jack and Jill
Sing together
The hummingbird
Going to the fair
Now is the month of maying
Eency, weency spider
We're all together again
Polly, put the kettle on
The little shoemaker
Johnny Schmoker
When the little children sleep
Where has my little dog gone
Donkey riding
Music alone shall live
The old gray goose (Go tell Aunt Rhody)
The tailor and the mouse
Hickory, dickory dock
Goodby, my lover, goodby
Walking song (Weggis Fair)
Lullaby / Johannes Brahms
Now the day is over
For the beauty of the earth
Silent night
Red iron ore
O little town of Bethlehem
Old Joe Clark
Pop, goes the weasel
Hansel and Gretel dance (Partner come and dance with me)
Rio Grande
The more we get together
Skip to my Lou
Frog he would a-wooing go
Looby loo
Mister Banjo
Old folks at home
Now thank we all our God
Oats, peas, beans
Polly wolly doodle
O come, little children
Green grow the lilacs
The muffin man
Go tell it on the mountain
Lonesome valley
Old Chisholm Trail
O come, o come, Immanuel
Swing the shining sickle
The ash grove
Praise God from whom all blessings flow
Sleep, baby, sleep
Go down Moses
Little wheel a-turning
Erie Canal
White coral bells
The linden tree
The blue tail fly
Early one morning
The holly and the ivy
The mulberry bush
O Susanna
Tell me why
Captain Jinks
Old Texas
This old man
The old brass wagon
Shoo, fly, don't bother me
Tinga layo
Hush, little baby
The slumber boat
Little 'Liza Jane
Lightly row
Sweet nightingale
Steal away.

Additional Information
Series Music series.
Subjects Songbooks.
Publisher Boston, Mass. :McGraw-Hill,1990
Edition 2nd ed.
Contributors Dallin, Leon, editor.
Dallin, Lynn, editor.
Language English
Notes Unacc. melodies, with chord symbols.
Piano keyboard chart (28 x 72 cm. fold. to 28 x 18 cm.) in pocket.
Includes indexes.
Description xv pages, 304 pages of music ; 28 cm.
ISBN 069703481X
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