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Posted By: cetmst
05-Dec-14 - 04:15 PM
Thread Name: Songbook Indexing: Rounds Books
Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: Rounds Books
Rounds and Rounds, Collected by Mary C. Taylor. Hargail Music Press 1959:

A Boat! A Boat!
Adam Catched Eve
Adieu, Sweet Amaryllis
All In to Service
All We Here, or, The Agreement
As I Went Over Tawney Marsh
Banbury Ale
Beneath in the Dust
Brighter the Sun Seems
Brooms for Old Shoes
Buy My Dainty Fine Beans
Calm He Rests
Chairs to Mend
Come, Fellow the the Greenwood Tree
Come. Let Us All a-Maying Go
Country Sports Are Sweeter
Dame Lend Me a Loaf
Dona Nobis Pacem
Elephants, or, The Force of Habit
Fie, Nay, Prithee, John!
Frere Jacques
Give Me the Sweet Delights of Love
Go No More to Brainford
Go to Joan Glover
Great Tom Is Cast
Half An Hour Past Twelve O'clock
Hark! The Bell Is Ringing
Hark! The Bonny Christ-Church Bells
Have You Any Work For a Tinker?
He That Will An Alehouse Keep
Hear Thou My Prayer
Heave and Ho, Rumbelow
Here Lies a Woman
Here Flat on Her Back
Hey, Ho, to the Greenwood
Hey, Ho, What Shall I Say?
Hot Cross Buns
I Lay With an Old Man
I Pray You, Good Mother
I'm Not Strong, Sir
If Thou Art an Honest Friend
Jack, Boy, Ho!
Joan, Come Kiss Me Now
Lady, Come Down and See
Laudate Nomen
Let Simon's Beard Alone
Let's Have a Peal
Lost He Wanders
Malt's Come Down
Margery, Serve Well the Black Sow
Miserere Nostri Domine
My Heart, Once Liht as a Feather
Mourn for the Thousand Slain
Never Let a Man
Nightingale, The
Now I Am Married
Now Kiss the Cup, Cousin
Now Robin, Lend to Me Thy Bow
Now That the Spring
Now We Are Met
Now We'll Make the Rafters Ring
Oaken Leaves
Oh, Absolam, My Son
Oh, Beauteous Eyes
Oh, Fairest Maid
Oh, Lord. Turn Not Away Thy Face
Oh Music, Sweet Music
Oh, My Love!
Oh, Praise the Lord
Once In Our Lives
Poor Ralpho
Pray, Remember
Quoth Roger to Nelly
Row, Row, Row Your Boat
Said Sir John to His Lady
Seven Great Towns of Greece
Since Tom So Kind
Sing This Grave and Simple Strain
Sing With Thy Mouth
Sing You Now After Me
Sounds of the Singing School
Southerly Wind, A
Summer Is Icumen In
Sweet Enslaver
The Hart, He Loves the High Wood
The Mate to a Cock
The Maid She Went a-Milking
The May Queen's Plaint
'Tis Blithe May DayTurn Again, Whittington
'Tis Women
'Twas on a Bright Morning, or, The Sports of May
Uxor Mea, Uxor Polla
War Begets Poverty
Well Fare the Nightingale
Well Rung, Tom
What Hap Had I to Marry a Shrew
What's Icumen In?
When a Woman That's Buxom
Whenever I Marry, I'll Marry a Maid
White Hen, The
White Sand and Grey Sand
Yes, Yes, No, No