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ta an coileach ag fogairt an lae      Popup Midi Player   thread
ta/im si/nte ar do thuama (From the cold sod that's o'er you)      Popup Midi Player   thread
tabhair dom do lamh (give me your hand)      Popup Midi Player   thread
taimse im chodladh      Popup Midi Player   thread
taimse im chodladh (alternative tune)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tak' Me Ol' Galoshes/The Wellie Waught      Popup Midi Player    
Tam o' the Linn (from the Silver Burdett third grade textbook, Music Now and Long Ago)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tarrytown (Wild Goose Grasses)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tatties and Herrin' (from the Bonnie Bunch of Roses songbook)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tatties and Herrin' (from The Scottish Folksinger)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Teddy Bear's Picnic      Popup Midi Player DT thread
Teir abhaile      Popup Midi Player   thread
Ten Little Indians      Popup Midi Player DT thread
Ten Minutes Too Late [Harry Clifton]      Popup Midi Player   thread
Ten Minutes Too Late [arranged by Frank Musgrave] (part of a medley called THE TOOTLES QUADRILLE)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Ten Minutes Too Late [Harry Clifton, sequenced by Mudcatter Lucius]      Popup Midi Player   thread
Ten Percent      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tenpenny Bit (see also Cearc agus Coilleach (very much the same))      Popup Midi Player    
Testimony of Patience Kershaw [Words and music by Frank Higgins, 1969] (Midi made from notation in My Song Is My Own (ed. Kathy Henderson et al., 1979).)      Popup Midi Player DT thread
Thais [lyrics, Newman Levy; tune anonymous]      Popup Midi Player DT thread
The Harper [My Poor Dog Tray] [Thomas Campbell, 1799]      Popup Midi Player   thread
The Maid With the Bonny Brown Hair (from Colm O Lochlainn's Irish Street Ballads, 1935)      Popup Midi Player   thread
In The Township of Danville (Noted by Alice Brown from Ella Collins Mattison, Windsor Home, Bennington, Vermont; July 17 1930)      Popup Midi Player DT thread
There Lived a Lady in Merry Scotland (The song was recorded, as There Lived a Lady in Merry Scotland, by Ralph Vaughan Williams from Mrs. Loveridge at the Homme, Dilwyn, Herefordshire, in 1908, and was published in The Folk-Lore of Herefordshire, Ella Leather, 1912. Midi made from notation in that book for verse 1; Mrs. Loveridge introduced variations into the tune in subsequent verses; these appear in Ella Leather's book and are quoted in Bronson, vol.2, 79:3, p.246: There Was a Lady in Merry Scotland The DT file differs in some respects from the original. In verse 1, line 2, dee' is a mistake for deeds. Other differences are presumably the result of editing by Roberts and Barrand: Verse 3, lines 1 and 2: I will not believe in God, she said / Nor Christ in eternity was originally I will not believe in a man, she said , / Nor in Christ in eternity Verse 4 appears to have been introduced from another, unnamed source; unless the Leather book omitted it for some reason. The original had this verse in its place (not in the DT file): And God put life all in their bodies, Their bodies all in their chest, And sent them back to their own dear mother, For in heaven they could take no rest. Verse 6: originally The cloth was spread, the meat put on; No meat, Lord, can we take, Since it's so long and many a day, Since we have been here before. Verse 7: originally The bed was made, the sheets put on No bed, Lord, can we take, It's been so long and many a day Since we have been here before. Verse 8: originally Then Christ did call for the roasted cock, That was feathered with His only (holy?) hands; He crowed three times all in the dish, In the place where he did stand. Verse 9 does not appear in the original. Verse 10: originally Then farewell stick and farewell stone, Farewell to the maidens all. Farewell to the nurse that gave us our suck; And down the tears did fall.)      Popup Midi Player DT  
There Was a Crooked Man      Popup Midi Player   thread
There Was a Crooked Man (alternate)      Popup Midi Player   thread
There Was an Old Piper (from the singing of Sandy and Carolyn Paton)      Popup Midi Player   thread
There Was an Old Soldier      Popup Midi Player   thread
There Was an Old Soldier (Sandburg) (from Carl Sandburg's American Songbag)      Popup Midi Player   thread
There Was an Old Woman (Skin and Bones)      Popup Midi Player    
There Were Roses      Popup Midi Player DT thread
There's No Business Like Show Business      Popup Midi Player DT  
There's No Seder Like Our Seder      Popup Midi Player DT  
These Are My Mountains      Popup Midi Player DT  
This Is Nae My Plaid (from The Greig-Duncan Folk Song Collection)      Popup Midi Player   thread
This Is No Ma Ain Hoose (Midi made from the notation in Burns: Poems and Songs (James Kinsley, OUP 1969))      Popup Midi Player DT thread
Those Were the Days [Gene Raskin]      Popup Midi Player DT thread
Those Were the Days (guitar) [Gene Raskin]      Popup Midi Player DT thread
Thou Bonny Wood Of Craigielea      Popup Midi Player   thread
Three Danish Galleys (From Ruth L. Tongue's book, The Chime Child)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Three Fishers (per Malcolm: The DT file correctly credits the text of this song to Charles Kingsley, but the music was written by John Hullah, not Hull. The text was apparantly transcribed from a Joan Baez record; she seems to have added some unnecessary words to Kingsley's song (the men must work and the women must weep...) which I have not included in the midi, made from notation in Songs of England, ed. J.L. Hatton and Eaton Faning (Boosey & Hawkes, undated), as this is not a traditional song. It appears that Stan Rogers recorded Kingsley's text set to a new tune by his brother Garnet, but this one is the original.)      Popup Midi Player DT thread
Three Jolly Sportsmen (Noted (as Three Jolly Huntsmen) by Dr. George Gardiner from William Taylor in Petersfield Workhouse, Hampshire, 1908. Midi made from the notation in Frank Purslow's Marrowbones (EFDS 1965).)      Popup Midi Player DT  
Three Merry Men of Kent (This song was published in William Chappell's Popular Music of the Olden Time, vol.II, p.558 (1859))      Popup Midi Player DT  
Three Sisters (This fragment of Babylon is given in Bronson (Traditional Tunes of the Child Ballads, vol. I) as number#14, example 6; Doon by the Bonnie Banks o' Airdrie, O. Midi from the notation in that book. )      Popup Midi Player DT  
Thug me Ruide      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tidewash (a.k.a. "The Jig From Hell") [Jeri Corlew]      Popup Midi Player   thread
The Time Has Come      Popup Midi Player   thread
The Tinkerman's Daughter      Popup Midi Player DT thread
The Tinkler's Waddin' [Words by William Watt (1792-1859)] (The tune is The Day We Went to Rothesay, O.)      Popup Midi Player   thread
tiocfaidh an samhradh      Popup Midi Player   thread
tiocfaidh an samhradh (standard tune)      Popup Midi Player   thread
The Tipperary Christening (from Ballads from the Pubs of Ireland, Volume 1, by James N. Healy (Ossian Press), pp. 16-17)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Titanic (Leadbelly) (from The Leadbelly Songbook, Oak Publications)      Popup Midi Player DT thread
Tittery Irie Aye      Popup Midi Player DT thread
To My Old Brown Earth [Pete Seeger]      Popup Midi Player DT thread
The Tocher (Tune is the English Joan's Placket as used by Burns for the chorus of a song, Jumpin John, contributed to the Scots Musical Museum vol.II (1788). Midi made from notation in Kinsley's Burns: Poems and Songs (OUP, 1969))      Popup Midi Player DT  
The Tod & the Hen (Example #1 of 3 is from Chambers' Popular Rhymes of Scotland, and is quoted, with tune, in Alfred Moffat's Fifty Traditional Scottish Nursery Rhymes (1933), where it is called As I Went Up By Humber Jumber; midi made from notation in that book)      Popup Midi Player DT  
Today Is Monday (from Everybody's Favorite Songs (Amsco, 1933))      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tolpuddle Man      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tom Dixon      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tomah Stream      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tombigbee River (Gum Tree Canoe)      Popup Midi Player DT thread
Tomorrow Is a Highway [Lee Hays and Pete Seeger]      Popup Midi Player   thread
Too Many Martyrs [Ochs]      Popup Midi Player DT  
Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral (That's an Irish Lullaby) [James Royce Shannon (1881-1946)] (from the 1913 sheet music published by M. Witmark & Sons)      Popup Midi Player DT thread
Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral (That's an Irish Lullaby) [James Royce Shannon (1881-1946)] (sequenced by Barry Taylor)      Popup Midi Player DT thread
Toronto [Jeri Corlew] (2000)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Toviska (Castles in Toviska)      Popup Midi Player   thread
The Town of Ballybay      Popup Midi Player DT thread
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine      Popup Midi Player DT thread
Tranent Muir      Popup Midi Player DT  
The Trees Are All Bare      Popup Midi Player   thread
The Trees They Grow So High (from The Penguin Book Of English Folk Songs)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tregarten Anthem      Popup Midi Player   thread
Trelawny      Popup Midi Player DT thread
Trimdon Grange Explosion (the tune that the song was apparently written to, a Victorian parlour ballad called "Go and Leave Me")      Popup Midi Player   thread
Trimdon Grange Explosion (the tune given by A.L. Lloyd in "Folk Song in England")      Popup Midi Player   thread
Trip to Portsmouth [Jeri Corlew]      Popup Midi Player   thread
A Trip to the Grand Banks      Popup Midi Player   thread
The Troubadour Song (The Nightingale Sings)      Popup Midi Player   thread
The Tryst      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tuireadh eoghain rua      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tumba (from Lift Every Voice, 1950, Cooperative Recreation Service, Delaware, Ohio. (our copy from the Follett Music Sounds Afar school songbook))      Popup Midi Player   thread
The Tune the Old Cow Died On (from New Music Horizons 5, Silver Burdett)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Turmut Hoeing      Popup Midi Player   thread
Turnip Hoer (Traditional; from Fred Jordan of Diddlebury, Wenlock, Shropshire, 1952)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Turnit Hoeing (Traditional; from Charles Parsons, Knole Farm, Long Sutton, Somerset, 1903. Noted by Cecil Sharp)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tuue Blue and Seventy-Two [Harry Clifton]      Popup Midi Player   thread
Tuue Blue and Seventy-Two (full) [Harry Clifton]      Popup Midi Player   thread
Twa Crows Sat on a Stane (As noted in the DT file, example (1) appears in a slightly different form in Alfred Moffat's Fifty Traditional Scottish Nursery Rhymes (1933); midi made from notation in that book.)      Popup Midi Player DT  
The Twa Magicians, or The Coal-Black Smith (Child #44 Steeleye Span recorded on Now We Are Six)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Twas on a Night Like This / Carol of the Bagpipes      Popup Midi Player   thread
Twelve Days Of Christmas      Popup Midi Player DT thread
The Twelvth of July      Popup Midi Player DT thread
Twine Weel the Plaiden      Popup Midi Player   thread
The Two Brothers (collected by Josephine McGill, 1914, from an unnamed singer in Knott or Letcher County, Kentucky. Quoted by Bronson, Traditional Tunes of the Child Ballads, vol.I, 1959, from Josephine McGill's Folk-Songs of the Kentucky Mountains, 1917.)      Popup Midi Player   thread
Two Good Arms [Charlie King]      Popup Midi Player   thread
Two Good Hands (mistake - please delete MIDI -JRO-)      Popup Midi Player    
Two Little Blue Little Shoes [Words by M.E. Rourke. Music by L. Peasley]      Popup Midi Player   thread
Two Little Girls in Blue      Popup Midi Player   thread
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