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Thread #110597   Message #2595843
Posted By: Jim Dixon
23-Mar-09 - 11:47 PM
Thread Name: Origin: Hi Ho the Preacher Man (John Jacob Niles?)
Subject: RE: Origin: Hi Ho the Preacher Man (John Jacob Niles?)
Here's a catalog entry from the New York Public Library:

Seven Kentucky mountain songs: as sung by Marion Kerby and John J. Niles /
New York: G. Schirmer, c1929.
Call #: Mu 784.463 S
# Subjects: Folk songs, English -- Kentucky.
Responsibility: collected and arranged by John J. Niles.
Language: English
Description: 1 score (13 p.); 31 cm.
Related Title: Kentucky mountain songs.
Notes: For one voice with piano acc.
English words.
Pl. no.: 34690.
Contents: Hi ho the preacher man! -- The cherry-tree -- When I lays down and I do die -- In my little cabin -- Come all ye fair and tender ladies -- Ef I had a ribbon bow -- The legend of fair Eleanor and the brown gal.
Additional Authors: Niles, John Jacob, 1892-1980.
Dynix #: 100121
NNBR#: 841251236
Music #: 34690