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The American heritage songbook, by the editors of American heritage ; songs compiled and arranged by Ruth and Norman Lloyd, (score)

Label
The American heritage songbook
Title
The American heritage songbook
Statement of responsibility
by the editors of American heritage ; songs compiled and arranged by Ruth and Norman Lloyd
Title variation
American heritage song book
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Form of composition
popular music
Label
The American heritage songbook, by the editors of American heritage ; songs compiled and arranged by Ruth and Norman Lloyd, (score)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "120 great songs from our nation's past"--Dust jacket cover
  • Includes indexes
  • Lyrics with melodies, piano accompaniment, and chord symbols
Contents
  • Contents (cont.): By and by (p.149) -- Lolotte (p.150) -- Musieu Bainjo (p.152) -- Songs across the continent. I ride an old paint (p.154) -- By'm by (p.156) -- St. James's Hospital (p.157) -- Jesse James (p.158) -- Oh, dem golden slippers! (p.160) -- Wabash Cannon Ball (p.163) -- Shall we gather at the river? (p.164) -- Old-time religion (p.165) -- Bringing in the sheaves (p.166) -- Sweet Genevieve (p.168) -- I'll take you home again, Kathleen (p.170) -- Out of work (p.172) -- Come home, Father (p.174) -- Mulligan Guard (p.177) -- You naughty, naughty men (p.180) -- Up in a balloon (p.182) -- Songs of the turning century. Streets of Cairo (p.186) -- Sidewalks of New York (p.188) -- A hot time in the old town (p.191) -- Hello, ma baby! (p.194) -- On the banks of the Wabash, far away (p.197) -- Sweet Adeline (p.200) -- In my merry Oldsmobile (p.203) --
  • Contents (cont.): Kentucky moonshiner (p.52) -- Folk hymns and love songs. Greenfields (p.54) -- From Greenland's icy mountains (p.55) -- Amazing grace (p.56) --Wondrous love (p.57) -- Heavenly march (p.58) -- Sinner-man (p.60) -- Simple gifts (p.62) -- War department (p.64) -- Down came an angel (p.65) -- I wonder when I shall be married (p.66) -- Single girl (p.67) -- Mammy loves (p.68) -- Barbara Allen (p.69) -- Green grow the lilacs (p.70) -- Jimmy Randal (p.71) -- Soldier, soldier, won't you marry me? (p.72) -- Shady grove (p.74) -- Pretty Saro (p.75) -- Bird song (p.76) -- Cuckoo (p.77) -- Lonesome grove (p.78) -- Songs of the minstrel stage. Old Zip Coon (p.80) -- Sich a gitting up stairs (p.83) -- Old Dan Tucker (p.84) -- Lubly Fan, will you cum out tonight? (p.86) -- My old Kentucky home (p.88) -- Camptown races (p.90) -- Angelina Baker (p.92) -- Oh, Susanna! (p.94) -- Ole grey goose (p.96) -- Songs for the parlor piano. Home, sweet home (p.98)
  • Contents (cont.): Noah's dove (p.100) -- New York, or Oh, what a charming city (p.102) -- Woodman, spare that tree (p.104) -- Uncle Sam's farm (p.106) -- Lilly Dale (p.108) -- Gentle Annie (p.110) -- Tippecanoe and Tyler too (p.112) -- Maid of Monterey (p.114) -- Columbia, the gem of the ocean (p.116) -- America (p.118) -- Songs of the Civil War. Dixie's land (p.120) -- Battle cry of freedom (p.122) -- Bonnie blue flag (p.124) -- Battle hymn of the Republic (p.126) -- Goober peas (p.129) -- Marching through Georgia (p.130) -- All quiet along the Potomac tonight (p.132) -- When Johnny comes marching home (p.134) -- Songs of the American Negro. Bound to go (p.136) -- Nobody knows de trouble I've had (p.137) -- Oh, freedom! (p.138) -- Free at last (p.139) -- Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel? (p.140) -- Deep river (p.142) -- Swing low, sweet chariot (p.144) -- Little wheel a-turnin' in my heart (p.146) -- Mary wore three links of chain (p.147) -- When the saints go marching in (p.148)
  • Contents (cont.): She was happy till she met you (p.206) -- Wait till the sun shines, Nellie (p.209) -- Yankee doodle boy (p.212) -- America the beautiful (p.216)
  • Contents: Songs of early America. Old Hundredth (p.12) -- When Jesus wept (p.13) -- Katy cruel (p.14) -- Liberty song (p.16) -- Revolutionary tea (p.18) -- Chester (p.20) -- Yankee Doodle (p.21) -- Toast (p.22) -- Johnny has gone for a soldier (p.24) -- Enraptured I gaze (p.25) -- Hail, Columbia (p.26) -- Adams and liberty (p.28) -- Old colony times (p.30) -- All hail the power of Jesus' name (p.32) -- Frontier songs of work and play. Hunters of Kentucky (p.34) -- Song of the Kansas emigrant (p.36) -- Sweet Betsey from Pike (p.38) -- Shanadoah (p.40) -- Tommy's gone to Hilo (p.41) -- Banks of the Little Eau Pleine (p.42) -- Hey, Betty Martin (p.44) -- Johnny, git your gun (p.44) -- Chippy, get your hair cut (p.44) -- Pop! goes the weasel (p.45) -- Farmer in the dell (p.46) -- Goin' to Boston (p.47) -- Quilting party (p.48) --Pesky sarpent (p.49) -- Old Rosin the Beau (p.50) -- Washington badge (p.51) -- Lincoln and liberty (p.51)
Dimensions
25 x 29 cm.
Extent
1 score (223 p.)
Isbn
9780828100243
Lccn
79082288
Other physical details
ill., ports.
System control number
ocm02321462
Label
The American heritage songbook, by the editors of American heritage ; songs compiled and arranged by Ruth and Norman Lloyd, (score)
Publication
Note
  • "120 great songs from our nation's past"--Dust jacket cover
  • Includes indexes
  • Lyrics with melodies, piano accompaniment, and chord symbols
Contents
  • Contents (cont.): By and by (p.149) -- Lolotte (p.150) -- Musieu Bainjo (p.152) -- Songs across the continent. I ride an old paint (p.154) -- By'm by (p.156) -- St. James's Hospital (p.157) -- Jesse James (p.158) -- Oh, dem golden slippers! (p.160) -- Wabash Cannon Ball (p.163) -- Shall we gather at the river? (p.164) -- Old-time religion (p.165) -- Bringing in the sheaves (p.166) -- Sweet Genevieve (p.168) -- I'll take you home again, Kathleen (p.170) -- Out of work (p.172) -- Come home, Father (p.174) -- Mulligan Guard (p.177) -- You naughty, naughty men (p.180) -- Up in a balloon (p.182) -- Songs of the turning century. Streets of Cairo (p.186) -- Sidewalks of New York (p.188) -- A hot time in the old town (p.191) -- Hello, ma baby! (p.194) -- On the banks of the Wabash, far away (p.197) -- Sweet Adeline (p.200) -- In my merry Oldsmobile (p.203) --
  • Contents (cont.): Kentucky moonshiner (p.52) -- Folk hymns and love songs. Greenfields (p.54) -- From Greenland's icy mountains (p.55) -- Amazing grace (p.56) --Wondrous love (p.57) -- Heavenly march (p.58) -- Sinner-man (p.60) -- Simple gifts (p.62) -- War department (p.64) -- Down came an angel (p.65) -- I wonder when I shall be married (p.66) -- Single girl (p.67) -- Mammy loves (p.68) -- Barbara Allen (p.69) -- Green grow the lilacs (p.70) -- Jimmy Randal (p.71) -- Soldier, soldier, won't you marry me? (p.72) -- Shady grove (p.74) -- Pretty Saro (p.75) -- Bird song (p.76) -- Cuckoo (p.77) -- Lonesome grove (p.78) -- Songs of the minstrel stage. Old Zip Coon (p.80) -- Sich a gitting up stairs (p.83) -- Old Dan Tucker (p.84) -- Lubly Fan, will you cum out tonight? (p.86) -- My old Kentucky home (p.88) -- Camptown races (p.90) -- Angelina Baker (p.92) -- Oh, Susanna! (p.94) -- Ole grey goose (p.96) -- Songs for the parlor piano. Home, sweet home (p.98)
  • Contents (cont.): Noah's dove (p.100) -- New York, or Oh, what a charming city (p.102) -- Woodman, spare that tree (p.104) -- Uncle Sam's farm (p.106) -- Lilly Dale (p.108) -- Gentle Annie (p.110) -- Tippecanoe and Tyler too (p.112) -- Maid of Monterey (p.114) -- Columbia, the gem of the ocean (p.116) -- America (p.118) -- Songs of the Civil War. Dixie's land (p.120) -- Battle cry of freedom (p.122) -- Bonnie blue flag (p.124) -- Battle hymn of the Republic (p.126) -- Goober peas (p.129) -- Marching through Georgia (p.130) -- All quiet along the Potomac tonight (p.132) -- When Johnny comes marching home (p.134) -- Songs of the American Negro. Bound to go (p.136) -- Nobody knows de trouble I've had (p.137) -- Oh, freedom! (p.138) -- Free at last (p.139) -- Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel? (p.140) -- Deep river (p.142) -- Swing low, sweet chariot (p.144) -- Little wheel a-turnin' in my heart (p.146) -- Mary wore three links of chain (p.147) -- When the saints go marching in (p.148)
  • Contents (cont.): She was happy till she met you (p.206) -- Wait till the sun shines, Nellie (p.209) -- Yankee doodle boy (p.212) -- America the beautiful (p.216)
  • Contents: Songs of early America. Old Hundredth (p.12) -- When Jesus wept (p.13) -- Katy cruel (p.14) -- Liberty song (p.16) -- Revolutionary tea (p.18) -- Chester (p.20) -- Yankee Doodle (p.21) -- Toast (p.22) -- Johnny has gone for a soldier (p.24) -- Enraptured I gaze (p.25) -- Hail, Columbia (p.26) -- Adams and liberty (p.28) -- Old colony times (p.30) -- All hail the power of Jesus' name (p.32) -- Frontier songs of work and play. Hunters of Kentucky (p.34) -- Song of the Kansas emigrant (p.36) -- Sweet Betsey from Pike (p.38) -- Shanadoah (p.40) -- Tommy's gone to Hilo (p.41) -- Banks of the Little Eau Pleine (p.42) -- Hey, Betty Martin (p.44) -- Johnny, git your gun (p.44) -- Chippy, get your hair cut (p.44) -- Pop! goes the weasel (p.45) -- Farmer in the dell (p.46) -- Goin' to Boston (p.47) -- Quilting party (p.48) --Pesky sarpent (p.49) -- Old Rosin the Beau (p.50) -- Washington badge (p.51) -- Lincoln and liberty (p.51)
Dimensions
25 x 29 cm.
Extent
1 score (223 p.)
Isbn
9780828100243
Lccn
79082288
Other physical details
ill., ports.
System control number
ocm02321462

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