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Subject: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbook
From: Joe Offer
Date: 05 Dec 08 - 02:24 AM

      This is an edited PermaThread®, intended to provide index information for songbooks published in the 19th and early 20th century. This thread will be edited by Q and Joe Offer. Feel free to post to this thread, but remember that all messages posted here are subject to editing or deletion.
      In most cases, the person who posted the index owns a copy of the book in question, or at least has access to it. If there's a song listed here that you'd like to have lyrics or melody for, post a request below. We'll move your request to a new thread and give you an answer.
      -Joe Offer-

If you're not sure whether an index belongs here, go ahead and post it. If this index gets too big, I'll split it and move some indexes to another thread. That's what I did with the school songbooks threads when they got too big.

You'll see above that this thread is linked with all our other indexing projects. We hope people will use [CTRL-F] to search this thread for the song they're seeking. Then they can ask the owner of the book to post the lyrics.

Search for Index: (include the colon) in our Old Forum Search and you'll see how it's supposed to work.


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Subject: Index: Beadle's Dime Song Book, No. 2
From: Joe Offer
Date: 05 Dec 08 - 02:38 AM

Beadle's

The Dime Song Book, No. 2


A Collection of New and Popular
Comic and Sentimental Songs
Originally published in 1860 by Irwin P. Beadle U Co., New York
reprinted by Applewood Books

Alice Gray
America
Banks of the Old Mohawk
Be Kind to Each Other
Billy Grimes the Rover
Bryan O'Lynn
Come Sit Thee Down
Cora Lee
Crazy Jane
Darling Nelly Moore
Darling Old Stick
Fireman's Victory
Good News from Home
Good-Night
Grave of Lilly Dale
Graves of a Household
Home, Sweet Home
I have no Mother Now
I'm leaving Thee in Sorrow, Annie
I miss Thee so
I Shouldn't Like to Tell
I Wandered by the Brook-Side
Katy Darling
Kathleen Mavourneen
Little Katy; or, Hot Corn
Mary of the Wild Moor
Mable Clare
Mary Alleen
Mill May
Minnie Moore
Minnie Dear
Mrs. Lofty and I
Mr. Finagan
My Eye and Betty Martin
My Love is a Sailleur Boy
My Mother Bear
My Grandmother's Advice
Mv Mother's Bible
Nancy Bell; or, Old Pine Tree
New England
Oh! I'm Going Home
Oh! Scorn not Thy Brother
Oh! the Sea, the Sea
Old Sideling Hill
Our Boyhood Days
Our Father Land
Peter Gray
Rory O'More
Somebody's waiting for Somebody,
The Farmer Sat in his Easy Chair
The Farmer's Boy
The Irishman's Shanty
The Old Folks are Gone
The Post-Boy's Song
The Quilting Party
Three Bells
'Tis Home where the Heart is
Waiting for the May
We Stand Here United
What other Name than Thine, Mother?
Where the Bright Waves are Dashing
What is Home without a Mother
Widow Machree
Willie's on the Dark Blue Sea
Winter—Sleigh-Bell Song

Beadle's Dime Song Book No. 10 available online.


See Index of the Songs In Beadle's Song Books, 1858 to 1870 for a complete index, and follow the provided links for historical information on the series.
Review (1864) of Beadle Dime Books here (click). Excerpt:
    These works are issued by Messrs. Beadle & Co., of New York, in virtue of an enterprise started in the year 1859. They already amount to several hundred separate publications, and circulate to the extent of many hundred thousands. This need hardly be stated to any one who is in the way of casting his eye on the counter of any railway book-stall or newsdealer's shop. But the statistical statement, from authority, may excite some interest,--that, up to April 1st (1864), an aggregate of five millions of Beadle's Dime Books had been put in circulation, of which half at least were novels, nearly a third songs, and the remainder hand-books, biographies, &c. After this we are prepared for colossal statements as to the millions of reams of paper employed, &c. The sales of single novels by popular authors often amount to nearly forty thousand in two or three months.*


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Subject: Index: Beadle's Dime Union Song Book
From: Joe Offer
Date: 05 Dec 08 - 02:54 AM

Beadle's

Dime Union Song Book

Comprising New and Popular
Patriotic Songs for the Times
Originally published in 1861 by Irwin P. Beadle U Co., New York
reprinted by Applewood Books

A Doleful Ballad
A National Hymn
All Hail to the Stars and Stripes
America
An Ode to Washington
An Old Story with a New Moral
Anthem
Army Hymn
Banner Song
Cairo
Columbia Forever!
Columbia Rules the Sea
Dixie's Farms
Eighty-Five Years Ago!
Enfield Gun
Freedom's Light
God Save Our Native Land
God Save the Union
God Save the Volunteers!
Hail Columbia,
Heaven for the Right
Her own Brave Volunteer
Hunting Song of the Chivalry
Hurra for the Union
Let Cowards Shrink
Long Live the Great and Free
March Away, Volunteers
March of the Loyal States
Marching
My Own Native Land
Oh, tell me what Spirit
On! Brothers,On!
One I Left There
Our Banner Chorus
Our Country
Our Country, Right or Wrong
Our Flag
Our Good Ship Sails To-Night
Our Union—Right or Wrong
Our Whole Country
Red, White and Blue
Soldier's Tent Song
Song for Battle
Stand by the Union
Star-Spangled Banner
Step to the Front
The Banner of the Nation
The Bold Zouaves
The Dead of the Battle-field
The Flag of Our Union
The Irish Brigade
The Michigan "Dixie"
The Northern Boys
The Northmen's Marseilles
The Old Union Wagon
The Original Yankee Doodle
The Patriot Flag
The Rock of Liberty
The Stripes and the Stars
The Sword of Bunker Hill
The Union—It Must be Preserved
The Union Ship
The Union Young and Strong
The Yankee Boy
The Zouave Boys
The Zouave's Song
To the 79th Highlanders
Traitor! Beware Our Flag
Unfurl the Glorious Banner
Viva L'America
Yankees are Coming


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Subject: Index: 100 Comic Songs
From: cetmst
Date: 05 Dec 08 - 09:44 AM

100 Comic Songs,
Music and Words, to which have been added Many Valuable Copyright Pieces by J. W. Turner, E. T. Bates, and others.

Boston, Oliver Ditson and Company, 1858

Abraham Newland
As Soon As I Got Married
Away Down East
Barney Brallaghan's Courtship
Beef and Cabbage
Bessie's Nose
Betsy Baker
Beware All Ye Maidens
Bill Blarney
Billy Boy
Bobbin' Around
Bonny Lad, The
Boston Gals
Bowld Sojer Boy, The
Capt. Bell
Cash vs. Heart
Comet, The
Cork Leg, The
Creditor and Debtor
Dearest Mae
Dost Thou Love Me, Sister Ruth?
Eight Dollars a Day
Epitaph on a Guise
Fal Lal La (A Shepherd, Wandering in a Grove)
Farmer's Girl, The
Female Auctioneer, The
Fine Old English Gentleman
Fine Old Irish Gentleman, The
For Ignorance Is Bliss
Frog He Would a-Wooing Go, A
Gee Up, Gee O!
Giles Scroggins
Go to Jane Glover (Round)
Green Bushes, The
He Comes Not Yet
He's Always Just the Same
Heart For Sale, A
Hoop! Hoop! Hurrah!
Humbugged Husband, The
Hungry Fox, A
I Won't Be a Nun
I Would Not Be in Love or Debt
I'll Be No Submissive Wife
I've Nothing Else to Do
In Possum Valley
Is It Anybody's Business?
Jack's Discoveries
Jemmy Glynn and Katy Daly
Joe Hardy
John Nott
Johnny Sands
Jordan Is a Hard Road to Trabel
Kitty Clover
Kitty of Coleraine
Larry O' Gaff
Lesson in Grammar, A
Little Merry Fat Grey Man, The
Live-Legged Tables
Looney Mactwolter
Lord Lovell
Lords of Creation, The
Love in a Hayband
Maggy Adair
Maidens Young and Tender
Mary Blane
Matrimonial Sweets
Miss Lucy Long
Miss Patty Dolly Stowe
Monkey's Wedding, The
Monsieur Nong Tong Paw
Musical Wife, The
My Grandmother
My Horse
My Old Horse, John
My Unkle Ned
Ned and I
Nice Young Man, The
Nobody
Not Married Yet!
Nothing At All
Oh Dear! What Can the Matter Be
Oh! I Should Like to Marry
Oh! Susanna
Old Bachelor, The
Old Colony Times
Old Maid, The
Old Pauper's Burial, The
Old Rosin the Beau
Old Yankee Lady, The
Origin of Yankee Doodle, The
Out John!
Over Hill, Over Dale (Round)
Over There (Potatoes They Grow Small)
Paddy Haggarty
Paddy O'Blarney
Patrick's Serenade
Please to Ring the Belle
Poor Johnny's Dead
Poor Thomas Day
Poor Tom
Pop Goes the Question
Pop Goes the Weasel
Pretty Polly Hopkins
Razor Strop Man, The
Root, Hog or Die
Rory O'Moore
Saint Patrick Was a Gentleman
Schoolmaster, The
Sing, Sing! Darkies Sing
Sleeping In the Cars
Somebody
Song of Satan, The
Song of the Vermonters. 1779
Sparking Sunday Night
Spider and the Fly, The
Spivvins
Sprig of Shillela, The
Squire Jones's Daughter
Successful Suitor, The
Ten O'Clock
Three Blind Mice
Tho' Fifty, I Am Still a Beau
Today I'm Sixty-Teo
Tom King
Traveler Stopt at a Widow's Gate, A
Uncle Sam's Farm
Used Up Man, The
Villikins and His Dinah
Wait for the Wagon
Where Are You Going, My Pretty Maid?
Why Are You Wandering Here, I Pray?
Why, Bless Her, Let Her Go
Why Don't the Men Propose?
Why, What's the Matter Now?
Widow Machree
Wouldn't You Like to Know?
Yankee Baby-Show, The
Yankee Gal's Song (My Mary Ann)



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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: Steve Gardham
Date: 05 Dec 08 - 01:25 PM

Okay, keep refreshing and I'll come in when I can get the time.


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Subject: Index: The Nightingale
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 05 Dec 08 - 01:46 PM

GoogleBooks - full copy available.


THE NIGHTINGALE;
A Choice Collection of Songs, Chants and Hymns,

by W. O. & H. S. Perkins
1860, 216 pp., Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston

A Good Name
A Hundred Years to Come
All Around and All Above Them
Annie Lawrie
Annie Lisle
As Gaily O'er the Sea
A Social Song
Blanche Alpen
Brave Old Oak
Boat Song
Beautiful Moonlight
Bury Me Not in the Deep, Deep Sea
Brightly Gleams the Morn
Buy My Strawberries
Call the Children Early
Care Not for the Morrow
Chime again, Beautiful Bells
Coasting Song
Come Again
Come, Fairies, Trip It
Come Forth, Ye Hunters
Come, O, Come with Me
Come O'er the Moonlit Sea
Come to the Public School
Come with Thy Lute to the Fountain
Dearest Mother
Dearest Spot on Earth
Dear Mother, I'll Come Home Again
Deeds of Kindness
Dip, Boys, Dip the Oar
Draw the Sword, Scotland
Dixie's Land
Erin Is My Home
Effie
Evening Song
Ever of Thee
Excursion Song
Exhibition Song
Flowers of May
Fox and Grapes
Friends of Freedom
Guadalquivir
Gentle Harp
Gently Sighs the Breese
Good Night
Guardian Genius of the Swiss
Hail Columbia
Happy are We
Happy Childhood
Happy New Year
Happy Hearts and Homes
Higher Will We Climb
Hoe Out Your Row
Hunter's Song
Hurrah for Old New England
Hurrah! the Merry Harvest
I'll Away to School
Independence Day
I Would I Were a Fairy Queen
Joy, Joy, Freedom To-day
Last Rose of Summer
Let Me Kiss Him for His Mother
List, 'tis Music Stealing
Little Things
Like a Dream
Marion Day
Marseilles Hymn
Maying Party
Merrily Rolls the Mill-stream On
Mountain Bugle
Mountaineer's Farewell
Murmur Gentle Lyre
My Home on the Hill
My Native Hills
My Native Land
Neva Boatman's Song
Never Late at School
Never Say Fail
New England
O'er Prairies Green
On the Village Green
Orphans' Greeting
Orphans' Prayer
O, the Old House at Home
Our Country's Flag
Parting Song
Pleasures of Song
Polish Maiden's Song
Recess Song
Red, White and Blue
Remember Me
Rest, Troubled Heart
Room Enough for All
Sabbath School Song
Say what Shall My Song Be To-night
Scenes that Are Brightest
School-boys Song
See Our Oars with Feathered Spray
Sleep On, Dearest Mother
Sleighing Song
Sliding Song
Song for Freedom
Song of Night
Speak Kindly
Speed Away
Spider and Fly
Spring and the Birds
Star of the Twilight
Strawberry Girl
Sunbeams
That Place Is Home
The Fire-fly
The Lark
The Meeting
The Melodies of Many Lands
The Merry Sunshine
The Nightingale Was Singing
The Ocean Is My Home
The Parting
The Queen of May
The Rain
The Rainbow
The School-house Under the Hill
The Seasons
The Setting Sun
The Sun that Warms
The Welcome
Those Evening Bells
Thoughts of Home
'Tis Winter Far and Wide
To the Cuckoo
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
Vacation
Vacation Is Over
We All Love One Another
We Delight in Our Shool
Weep Not for Me
Welcome, Fair Morning
We're Going Home
We Live in Hope
Welcome May
We Love to Sing Together
What's the News?
When there's Love at Home
Where Are Those Dreamers Now?
Winter is Coming
Winter Sports
Who Will Care for Mother Now?
With Songs of Joy
Would You Be a Sunbeam

EXERCISES AND ROUNDS
A Kind Good Night
Away, Now, Joyful Riding
Childhood's Pleasures
Clap, Clay, Hurrah
Cleanliness
Come to the Greenwood
Crier's Song
Haste to School (Round)
Hunter's Chorus (Round)
Let Us Endeavor (Round)
Marching Song
Merrily Greet the Morn (Round)
Orphans' Song
Saturday Night
Scholars' Pledge
The Bell Doth Toll (Round)
The Exercise
The Quiet Vale
The School-bell (Round)
Try Again

SACRED MUSIC
Dinsmoor
Evening
God Is Good
Happy Meet We Here
Hear Our Prayer (Chant)
Hebron
Hymn
I Want to Be an Angel
Loomis
Marlow
Old Hundred
Orford
Our Father
Putnam
Seaman's Prayer
Shepherd
The Day Is Past
The Hour of Prayer
The Lord Our God (Chant)
The Lord's Prayer (Chant)
The Reaper and the Flowers (Chant)


GoogleBooks - full copy available.


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Subject: Index: Pacific Glee Book
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 05 Dec 08 - 08:34 PM

PACIFIC GLEE BOOK:
A Collection of Secular Music;

Edited by F. W. Root and J. R. Murray
1869, The John Church Co., Cincinnati,
Chicago, New York

A Day of Sunshine
A' I' the Hame Thegither
A Last Farewell
A Light Over the Waves
A Long Time Ago
A Song for May
A Tear for the Comrade That's Gone
Always Friends
At the Threshold
Be Happy
Beautiful Things
Better Late than Never
Beyond the Stars
Bird of the Wilderness
Blessed Dreams
Bright Dreams
Bright Is the Land
Come Again
Come Follow Me (Round)
Come, Let Us Be Merry and Gay
Come to the Woodland
Compensation
Constancy
Cousin Tim
Daily Guide
Dear Ones, Angel Crowned
Dreams
Dreams of My Youthful Days
Early Days and Early Pleasures
Evening Parting Song
Fairer than Thee
Falling Leaves
Farewell
Farewell to the Swallows
First Violet of Spring
Fisher Maiden
Foes and Friends
Gathering Home
Gentle Words
Give
Gliding Away
God Bless Our Loved Fireside
Good Night
Grannie's Trust
Grove Song
Happiness Is Everywhere
Happy Are We
Happy Songster
Have Faith
Have Patience
He Careth for Thee
Hear Ye Not the Wood Birds Song
Ho! for the Spring Time
Home a Shelter from the Storm
Home Again
Home of Rest
Hope
Hurrah for Our Camp in the Glade
I Lay Me Down to Sleep
I See Them on Their Winding Way
I Would Not Die Early
I'd Find Me a Grave
I'm Happy and I'm Gay
In Heaven They Are Waiting for Me
In Joyful Song
In the Cold
In Wonderland
Is a Man a Whit the Better
It Is Not Death to Die
Joy Comes with Song
Kick Him When He's Down
Let the Angels In
Light and Shade
Light in Darkness
Little Brooklet
Little Feet
Little Flow'ret
Looking Backward
Loud the Storm Is Roaring
Love
Love Me Dearest
Mabel
Mama Is Calling
May Martin
May Song
Me Too
Minnie and I
Moonbeams
Moonlight
Morning
Morning Walk
Music Makes a Merry Heart
My Good for Nothing
My Love, She
My Mother
Nellie Brundage
Nellie Is My Neighbor
Never Again
Never Put Off
New Morning Star
New Year's Come and Past
Night Has Spread
Night Hymn at Sea
Northern Michigan
Not a Bit of It, Harry
Now We Say Farewell (Round)
O Charming May
O Do Not Scorn the Lowly
O Haste to the Woodland
O If I Had to Be a Bird
O If It Be
O Ye Rain
O'er the Mountain
Old Folks (love song)
Only One Crossing
Open the Window for Me
Open Your Eyes
Our Battlefield
Our Best Friend
Our Boat, Down the Dim River
Our Cause Speeds On
Our Little One
Our Song Birds
Pining for the Old Fireside
Poor Jilted Jonathan
Rest, But Not Here
Rest Yonder
Schiller's "Longing"
Serenade
Shadows
Silver Blossom
Slumber On
Skating Glee
Smile, and Be Contented
Soft Music Is Falling
Softly Sighs the Gentle Breeze
Somebody's Waiting for Me
Song in Sunshine
Song of Spring
Song of the Angels
Songs Here and Yonder
Sparkling Water
Spheres
Spring and Summer
Spring Has Come
Streamlet's Flow
Sunbeams
Sweet Home of My Childhood
Thanksgiving
The Angel of Patience
The Beckoning Hand
The Brook's Lullaby
The Clock
The Eternal Goodness
The Foaming Sea
The Grave by the Lake
The Household Angel
The Knight's Farewell
The Little Girl that Meets Me
The Little Leaf
The Minor Key
The Mountain Miner's Song
The New Year's Song
The Old Canoe
The Old Log Hut
The Old Year
The Onset
The Pacific Railroad
The Peaceful Rest
The President's Hymn
The Shore of Time
The Song of the Beacon
The Things We Love
The Water, the Water
The West
The Whispering Air
The Willow by the River
There Are Gains for All
There's Beauty in the Skies
They Are Singing with the Angels
They Love Us at Home
Things We Can Never Forget
Those Sweet Blue Eyes
Thou Art Far Away
Thro' the Clouds of Sorrow
Through the Grave
To-Day
To the Message Bird
Toll On
True Friendship
Twilight Song
Tyrollenne
Up Among the Mountains
Upward
Vale
Vesper Song
Voice of the Night Wind
Voices of the Past
Voyage Song
Waiting at the Gate
Waiting for You
Wake Up, Sweet Melody
Walk Ahead
Watch Her Kindly Stars
We Are Coming
We Are Waiting
We See the Roses Bloom
We'll Try
What Shall be My Angel Name
When Beauty Triumphs
When Sue and I Went Skating
White Lillies
Who'll Buy?
Why Are Ye Weeping?
Winter Song
Winter's Approach
Work With a Will
Would You Know My Celia's Charms
You and I

Other Books by the same Publisher;
Convention and Glee Books-
C. C. Case, Pyramid of Song
Root and Case, Our Song World
Root, The Realm of Song
Case & Williams, The Prince of Song
Root, The Palace of Song
McGranahan & Case, The Choice
Case and McGranahan, The Harvest of Song
Palmer, The Song Herald
Root, The Chorus Castle
Case, Case's Chorus Collection
The Glee Singer, for male voices
International Glee Book for Mixed Voices
AND others, inc. School, Piano, Melodeon and Organ,Sunday School, Cantatas.

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Subject: Index: Songs for the Millions: Flag of the Free
From: cetmst
Date: 05 Dec 08 - 09:23 PM

Must have hit a wrong key, shouldn't have had that wine with dinner.

Songs for the Millions, "Flag of the Free", No 3.
Part of paperback front page missing but copyright 1907 by J.P.McClaskey, Lancaster PA

An Excellent Friend is a Dollar or Two
A Little Farm Well Tilled (Catch)
Ah, for Wings to Soar
Alice, Where Art Thou?
All Glory, Laud and Honor
Am I Not Fondly Thine Own?
American National Songs
    Star Spangled Banner
    National Hymn
    Red, White and Blue
    Columbia
    God Preserve Thhe Free
    God Bless Our Native Land
Answers
As Flows the Rapid River
At the Ferry
Ave Maria (Gounod)
Awake From Sleep and Dreaming
Away With Needless Sorrow
Be Kind to the Loved Ones At Home
Blue Bells of Scotland
Bonnie Charlie
Breathings of Spring
Carol, Brothere, Carol
Children's Hosanna
Childhood Songs
    Lo, the Heavens Are Breaking
    The Flower Girl
    My Heart's Home
Christ Is Born of Maiden Fair
Christmas Is Here
Clear the Way
Come Unto Him
Come where Flowers Are Flinging
Come, Ye Disconsolate
Country Guy
Cousin Jedediah
Danube River, The
Days of Summer Glory
Daylight Is Done
Down in a Coal Mine
Dream On, Dream On
Dress a Bad Boy
Evening Hymn (John Hatton)
Eyes So Blue and Dreaming
Faded Flowers
Flag of the Free
Flee As a Bird
Flow, Rio Verde
Guadeamus Igitur
Good-Bye
Good Cheer
Good Night
Good Thime Coming, The
Grave of Washington
Hail and Farewell
Hail the Blest Morn
Hark! the Herald Angels Sing
Heart Bowed Down, The
Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still
Her Bright Eyes Were Radiant Gleaming
Here's the Bower
Ho, Ho, Vacation Days Are Here
Hoe Out Your Row
Home, Can I Forget Thee?
Hours There Were
In Excelsis Gloria
In shadowland
In the West the Sun Declining
Integer Vitæ
Into the Woods My Master Went
Jesus Is Mine
Joy! Joy! Freedom Today
Joy Wait On Thy Morrow
Katy Darling
Lone Starry Hours
Longing For Spring
Lorena
Love At Home
Mahogany Tree, The
Mary of Argyle
May Queen, The
Morning Red
Morning's Ruddy Beam
Never Alone
Micodemus the Slave
Mursery Songs
    Cheeks of Rose
    How Many Miles to Babyland?
    Evening's Golden Sunlight
Why Do you Weep, My Baby?
O Du Froeliche
O Thou Joyful Day
O Native Land
O Where and O Where
Oh, How Cold the Winter Weather
Ode for Decoration Day
Oft in the Stilly Night
Old House At Home
Our Flag Is There
Over the Mountain
Palms, The
Rise from Thy Mourning
Roaming o'er the Meadows
Robin Song, The
Rule, Britannia
Seasons, The
See the Glorious Orb of Day
See where the Rising Sun
Shall We Gather At the River?
She Sits Alone All Thro' the Day
She Wore a Wreath of Roses
Silence! Silence!
Sing, Gaily Sing
Slumber Songs
    Be Hushed My Dear
    Sleep, O Sleep
    Lullaby
Song of Seven
Sound Your A
Tea in the Arbor
Tempest of the Heart
There's a Good Time Coming, Boys
Thine Eyes So Blue and Dreaming
Time Doth Pass Away
To the Praise of Truth
Touch Not the Cup
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
Trees and the Master, The
Twilight Is Falling
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
Under the Willow
Waking or Sleeping
Wake, Nicodemus
Wait For the Wagon
Watch on the Rhine
Wear a Bright Smile
We Are Happy and Free
What Pleasure Folks Feel
What of Christmas Day?
When the Leaves Are Turning Brown
Whistle and Hoe
Wonderful Weaver, The
Yankee Doodle


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Subject: Index: Songs that Never Die
From: cetmst
Date: 06 Dec 08 - 10:33 AM

I have a copy of "Songs That Never Die", referenced by Kendall and Joe Offer in an old thread but can't find that it's ever been indexed on the Mudcat. It is a little more elaborate than other books noted here apparently designed for a more arty audience. In ffact there is a gift presentation page in the front, not filled out in my copy. Incidentally I paid $9.25 for it in some forgotton second hand book store.

Songs That Never Die
- Being a Collection of the Most Famous Words and Melodies, enriched with Valuable Historical and Biographical Sketches of Renowned Authors and Composers, compiled by Henry Frederic Reddall,
the musical scores edited by Dudley Buck, entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1894 by J.R.Jones, In the Office of the Library of Congress, at Washington DC


Biographies (B) and Portraits (P):
Max Alvary P
Adelina Patti B,P
Christine Nilsson B,P
Signor Del Puente B,P
Emma Eames B,P
Agnes Huntington B,P
Zelie de Lussan B,P
Sibyl Sanderson B,P
Marion Manola B,P
Nellie Melba B,P
Emma Calve B,P
Pauline Hall B,P
Lillian Russell B,P
Della Fox B,P
Marie Tempest P
Camille D'Arville P
Sofia Scalchi P
Robert Burns B
John Howard Payne B

Music:
Abide With Me
Annie Lawrie
Araby's Daughter - E.Kiallmark/Thomas Moore
Auld Lang Syne
Auld Robin Gray
Barney Buntline
Battle Hymn of the Republic
Bay of Biscay, The - Andrew Cherry/John Davy
Beautiful Nell
Believe Me If All Those Enduring Young Charms
Ben Bolt
Black-Eyed Susan - John Gay
Blest Be the Tie That Binds
Bliss Forever Past
Blissful Dreams Come Stealing Over Me - Franz Abt
Bloom Is On the Rye, The
Blue Bells of Scotland
Bonnie Blue Flag
Bonnie Dundee
Bright Waves Are Dancing - Franz Abt
Broken Ring, The (Germany)
By the Sad Sea Waves
Call Her Back and Kiss Her
Campbells Are Coming, The
Canadian Boat Song, The - Thomas Moore
Champagne Charley
Cheer, Boys, Cheer
Christians Awake
Christmas Prayer
Columbia, God Preserve Thee Free
Columbia the Gem of the Ocean
Come Back to Erin
Come gracious Spirit (Federal Street)
Come In and Shut the Door
Come, Thou Almighty King
Come With the Gipsy Bride - from The Bohemian Girl
Comin' Thro'the Rye
Danube River, The - Hamilton Aide
Days of Absence - Rousseau
Dear Little Shamrock, TheFlag of the Free
Dearest Spot, The
Do They Think of Me At Home?
Dolly Varden
Don't Forget to Say Your Prayers
Dost Thou Love Me, Sister Ruth?
Douglas, Tender and True
Down the Quiet Vally - Septimus Winner
Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes
Dublin Bay
Ein' feste Berg
Emabarrassment
Evening Song
Ever of Thee
Exile of Erin, The
Fairly Caught
Far Away
Farmer and the Pigeons, The
Fine Old English Gentleman
Fly Forth, O Gentle Dove
From Greenland's Icy Mountain
Girl I Left Behind Me, The
God Save Our President - Septimus Winner
God Save the Queen
Golden Shore, The
Gone Where the Woodbine Twineth
Good-by Dear Mother - Alice Hawthorne
Good-bye At the Door, The
Good-Bye, Sweetheart, Good-Bye
Good Night
Good-Night - Robert G. Johnson/A.Rottenbach
Good-night, Ladies
Grandmother's Chair
Grey Cathedral Towers Against a Quiet Sky, The (Poem)
Groves of Blarney, The
Hail Columbia
Hail to the Chief
Harp That Once Through Tara's Halls
Heart Bowed Down - from The Bohemian Girl
Hearts and Homes
Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still
Highland Mary - Burns
Home Again
Home So Blest
Home Sweet Home - John Howard Payne
Homeward Bound
Hour of Parting, The
How Can I Leave Thee?
Humming Like the Bee
Hymne de Riego (Spain)
I Built a Bridge of Fancies
I Cannot Sing the Old Songs
I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls
I Love My Love
I Love to Tell the Story
I Wandered By the Brookside
I'd Be a Star
I'll Hang My Harp on the Weeping Willow Tree
I'll Plant a Rose Beside Thy Grave
I'm Called Little Buttercup
I've Been Roaming
I've Brought Thee An Ivy Leaf
I've No Mother, Now I'm Weeping
If My Wishes Would Come True
In Happy Moments - W.W.Wallace
In the Gloaming
Irish Emigrant's Lament
Isle of Beauty - T.H.Bayly
It Is the Season (Poem)
Jamie's On the Stormy Sea
Jeannette and Jeannot
Jerusalem the Golden
Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane
Jesus, Lover of My Soul
John Anderson, My Jo
John Brown's Body
Juanita
Katy's Letter
Killarney
King Christian Stood Beside the Mast (Denmark)
Larboard Watch
Last Greeting, The - Franz Schubert
Last Rose of Summer, The
Let Me Dream Again
Letter in the Candle, The
Life on the Ocean Wave, A - Epes Sargent/Henry Russell
Light of Other Days, The
Lights Far Out At Sea
Lilly Dale
Litany Hymn
Little Fishermaiden, The - Ludolph Waldmann
Little Gipsy Jane
Little Maggie May
Long, Long Ago
Looking Back
Love Not
Love's Old Sweet Song
Love's Rubicon (Poem)
Love's Young Dream
Low-Backed Car, The
Lullaby (Peep of Day)
Maggie's Welcome
Maid of Athens
Maiden Fair to See, A
Maple Leaf Forever, The
Marseilles Hymn
Mary of Argyle
Mary of the Wild Moor
May Breeze, The
Meet Me in the Twilight
Men of Harlech
Merry Heart, The
Minute Gun At Sea, The
Moet Chardon or The New Champagne Charlie
Moon Is Beaming O'er the Lake, The
My Blue Eyed Nellie
My Little Child
My Maryland
My Old Kentucky Home
Nancy Lee - F.E.Weatherly/Stephen Adams
National Hymn (My Country 'Tis of Thee)
Never a Care I Know - Septimus Winner
No, Sir!
Nothing Else to Do
Oft in the Stilly Night
Oh Mother! Take the Wheel Away
Oh, No! We Never Mention Her! - T.H.Bayly/Sir Henry R. Bishop
Oh Ye Tears
Oh You Little Darling
Old Hundred
Old Oaken Bucket, The
Old Sexton, The - Henry Russell
On the Rocks By Aberdeen
Only a Face
Only a Lock of Her Hair
Only Friends and Nothing More
Open the Pearly Gate
Open Window, The
Over the Garden Wall
Over the Stars Is Rest
Paddle Your Own Canoe
Party At the Zoo, The
Pilot, The
Primrose Farm
Pull Down the Blind
Pulling Hard Against the Stream
Quaker Cousins
Put Your Shoulder to the Wheel
Rest for the Weary, Rest
Roast Beef of Old England, The
Robin Adair
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep
Rule, Britannia - Arne
Saint Patrick Was a Gentleman
Sally In Our Alley
Scenes That Are Brightest
Scots Wha' Hae Wi' Wallace Bled
Serenade to IdA
She Wore a Wreath of Roses
Shells of Ocean
Slumber Song (Poem)
Softly the Night Is Sleeping
Soldiers' Chorus - from Gounod's Faust
Some Day
Speak to Me (Only Be Kind)
Spring! Gentle Spring!
Star-Spangled Banner, The
Starry Night For a Ramble, A
Strangers Yet
Stray Dove, The
Sun of My Soul
Sunday Morning
Sweet and Low
Sweet Birdie, Sing
Sweet Love of Mine
Switzer's Farewell, The
Take Back the Heart
Tallis' Evening Hymn
Tapping At the Garden Gate
Then You'll Remember Me - frm The Bohemian Girl
There Are Friends That We Shall Never Forget - A.Hawthorne/S.Winner
Thousand Leagues Away, A - W.C.Bennett/J.Barney
Three Fishers - Charles Kingsley
Thy Face
Time of Apple Blossom
Tippecanoe and Tyler Too
Tired
Tom Bowling
Too Late to Marry
Torpedo and the Whale, The
Touch the Harp Gently
Turnham Toll
Twenty Years Ago
Twickenham Ferry
Under the Sod
Visit From the Sea, A (Poem)
Wait For the Turn of the Tide
Wait For the Wagon
Wait Till the Moonlight Falls on the Water
Warrior Bold, A
Waste Not, Want Not (You Never Miss the Water Til the Well Runs Dry)
Watch on the Rhine, The
Water Mill, The
We Sat By the River
We'd Better Bide a Wee
We're Nearing the River
Wearing of the Green
Wee Bird, The
Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea, A
What Are the Wild Waves Saying? - S.Glover
What Will You Do Love?
When the Autumn Leaves Are Falling
When the Corn Is Waving, Annie Dear
When the Mists Have Cleared Away
When the Swallows Homeward Fly - F.H.Gordon/Franz Abt
Where Are the Friends of My Youth?
Wherefore? - Septimus Winner
Wife, The (Poem)
Within a Mile of Edinboro Town
Won't You Tell Me Why, Robin?
Yankee Doodle
Ye Banks and Braes of Bonnie Doon
Yesterday - M.A.Browne/J.Blockley
You'll Soon Forget Kathleen

In addition there are 96 pages of instrumental music probably of not much interest to singers.


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Subject: Index: Read 'Em and Weep (Sigmund Spaeth)
From: Joybell
Date: 07 Dec 08 - 03:26 PM

Read 'em and Weep -- The Songs You Forgot to Remember.
Sigmund Spaeth. Doubleday, Page and Company 1926.

Abdul Abulbul Amir
Adams and Liberty
After the Ball
Alexander
Allie, Darling
Always Take Mother's Advice
Anacreon in Heaven, To
Animal Fair
Are You the O'Reilly?
Babies on Our Block, The
Baggage Coach Ahead, In the
Balloon, Up in a
Band Played On, The
Barber, Spare Those Hairs
Barnum's Show, P. T.
Big Sunflower, The
Bird in a Gilded Cage, A
Blow Almost Killed Father, The
Blue and the Gray, The
Bohunkus
Boston Burglar, The
Bowery, The
Break the News to Mother, Just
Brooklyn Bridge, Strolling on the
Brown Jug, The Little
Bully, The New
Call Me Pet Names
Camptown Races
Captain Kidd
Captivating Dude, The
Case, Charlie, (Parodies)
Casey Jones
Cat Came Back, The
Champagne Charlie
Child, The Little Lost
Clementine
Come Home, Father
Convict and the Bird, The
Cubanola Glide, The
Curse of an Aching Heart, The
Croquet
Dark Girl Dressed in Blue, The
Decollette
Didn't He Ramble?, Oh
Do, Do, My Huckleberry, Do
Don't Say I Did It, Jack
Don't Swat Yer Mother
Don't Tell Me What You Dreamed Last Night
Down Went McGinty
Down Where the Wurzburger Flows
Dunderbeck
Eastern Train, The
Elopement, The
Elsie From Chelsea
Erie Canal, The
Everybody Works But Father
Fatal Wedding, The
Father, Dear Father
Fish-Ball, The Lone
Flew-y, Flew-y
Flirting on the Ice
Flying Trapeze, The Man on the
For Her Good Name
Frankie and Johnnie
"Fred, Tell Them to Stop, Oh"
Free America
Free-Lunch Cadets, The
Gambolier, The Son of a
Gypsy's Warning, The
Girl I Left Behind Me, The
Goat, The
Goat, The Widow Nolan's
Gold Will Buy 'Most Anything But a True Girl's Heart
Goodbye, Eliza Jane
Golden Hair Was Hanging Down Her Back, Her
Hal, Old, o' the West
Hamlet Prince of Denmark
Has Anybody Seen Kelly?
"Heaven Will Protect the Working Girl"
Her Golden Hair Was Hanging Down Her Back
Hot Time in the Old Town, A
I'd Leave Ma Happy Home for You
If Jack Were Only Here
I'll Be Home Tomorrow Night
"I Love You Like a Copper Loves to Sleep"
"I'm a Jolly Old Farmer, Ben Hastings is My Name"
In the Baggage Coach Ahead
I Won't Let You Insult Her
Just Break the News to Mother
Just For the Sake of Our Daughter
Just Tell Them That You Saw Me
Kafoozalem
Lady in Crepe, The
Lardy Dah
"Like Roses Need Their Fragrance"
Lincoln and Liberty
"Lincoln Hoss" and Stephen A.
Listen to the Mocking Bird
Little Brown Jug, The
Little Lost Child, The
Lone Fish-Ball, The
Love's Ritornella
Maiden With the Dreamy Eyes, The
Major Gilfeather
Man on the Flying Trapeze, The
Man That Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo, The
Mansion of Aching Hearts, The
Marriage, The Sorrow of
Married Woman's Lament, A
Menagerie
Mermaid, The
Mill-Boy of the Slashes, The
Mona ("You Shall be Free")
More to Be Pitied Than Censured, She Is
"Monkey Married the Baboon's Sister"
Moth and the Flame, The
Mother Was a Lady, My
Mulligan Guard, The
My Gal is a High Born Lady
My Mother Was a Lady
My Last Cigar
New Bully, The
Not For Joe
Oh, Didn't He Ramble?
"Oh, Fred, Tell Them to Stop"
Old Hal o' the West
Old Rosin, The Beau
On a Sunday Afternoon
"Only a 'ittle Dirly Dirl"
Only Me
O'Reilly?, Are You the
Orphan Boys, The
Over There
Oysterman, The Young
P. T. Barnum's Show
Paddy Duffy's Cart
Picture Eighty-four
Picture That is Turned Toward the Wall, The
Please Go 'way and Let Me Sleep
Polly-Wolly-Doodle
Rosin the Beau, Old
Samuel Hall
She is More to be Pitied Than Censured
She May Have Seen Better Days
Shoo, Fly, Don't Bother Me
Skidmore Fancy Ball, The
Somebody's Grandpa
Son of a Gambolier, The
Song of All Songs, The
Sorrow of Marriage, The
Straight-out Democrat
Strolling on the Brooklyn Bridge
Strolling Through the Park, While
Sunday Afternoon, On a
Sunflower, The Big
Take Back the Heart
Take Back Your Gold
Tammany
Ta-ra-ra-doom-der-e
Tattooed Lady, The
That's How I Need You
"There is a Tavern in the Town"
There'll Come a time
"There Once Was a Poor Young Girl"
"There Once Was a Poor Young Man"*
Throw Him Down, McCloskey
To Anacreon in Heaven
Trapeze, The Man on the Flying
'Twas Off the Blue Canaries
Twilight in the Park
Two Little Girls in Blue
Up in a Balloon
Vilikins and His Dinah
Volunteer Organist, The
Wait 'till the Sun Shines, Nellie
Wal, I Swan
Walking Down Broadway
"Waste Not Want Not"
Wedding, The Fatal
We Never Speak as We Pass By
What You Goin' to do When the Rent Comes 'Round
Where Did You Get That Hat?
While Strolling Through the Park
Why Did They Dig Ma's Grave so Deep?
Widow Nolan's Goat
Wife, Children, and Friends
Willie, the Weeper
With all Her Faults I Love Her Still
Woodman, Spare That Tree
Wreck on the Southern Old 97, The
Yankee Doodle
"You Never Miss the Water 'Till the Well Runs Dry"
"You Shall be Free"
Young Oysterman, The
Zip Coon

*Fatal Glass of Beer -- JH


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Subject: Index: Golden Wreath
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 07 Dec 08 - 03:38 PM

GOLDEN WREATH:
A Choice Selection of Favorite Melodies.

1857, Coll. L. O. Emerson, new edition.
Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston.

All Hail the Joyful Morning
Always Happy
Annie Lawrie
April Shower
A Rosy Crown
Away, Now Joyful Riding
Bell Doth Toll (Round)
Billy Boy
Blind Girl
Blue Juniata
Bright May Morning
Be Kind to the Loved Ones at Home
Cheer, Boys, Cheer
Child's Wish
Coasting Song
Children Go (Here We Stand)
Children of the Union
Clap, Clap, Hurrah
Come and See Me, Mary Ann
Come, Boys, Be Merry
Come, Cheerful Companions
Come, Let Us Ramble
Come, Take a Sail
Come this Way, My Father
Come to Our Trysting Place
Come to the Sunset Tree
Comin' Thro' the Rye
Darling Nelly Gray
Dearest Spot on Earth to Me
Don't Kill the Birds
Do Good
Do They Miss Me at Home
Dream On, Young Hearts
Faintly Flow, Thou Falling River
Far Away
Farewell (Vacation song)
Farmer's Boy
Far, Far Upon the Sea
Few Days
Full and Harmonious
Glory, Glory, Hallelujah
Gentle Annie
Gentle Nettie Moore
Graves of a Household
Grave of Washington
Gay and Happy
Happy Land
Hail Columbia
Harvest Moon
Haste Thee, Winter
Hazel Dell
Heather Bells
Home Again
Holiday Song
Home, Sweet Home
Honest Boy
How Green Are the Meadows
I Lately Watched a Budding Flower
I Love the Merry Sunshine
I Love the Summer Time
I'm a Merry Laughing Girl
Indian's Prayer
I Remember, I Remember
I Wandered on the Sea-beat Shore
Jamie's on the Stormy Sea
Johnny Sands
Kind Words Can Never Die
Lake of he Dismal Swamp
Last Rose of Summer
Let the Smiles of Youth
Let Us Cherish truth and Love
Let Us Sing Merrily
Listen to the Mocking Bird
Lilly Dale
Little Bennie
Little Gipsey Jane
Little Star
Lottie's Glimpse of Heaven
Love of School
Lulu Is Our Darling Pride
Marching Along
Make Your Mark
Maiden and the Rose, Trio
Merrily, Merrily
Merry May
Moon Is Beaming O'er the Lake
Morning Song
Mother's Vow
Mountain Maid's Invitation
Multiplication Table
Musical Alphabet
My Boat Adown the Stream
My Mother Dear
My Own, My Gentle Mother
Nelly Gray
New Year's Come
Oaken Tree
O Boatman Row Me O'er
O, the Day Is Bright and Cold
Old House
Origin of Yankee Doodle
Ossian's Serenade
Our Daily Task
Our Country Now Is Great and Free
Our Flag Is There
Our Own Sweet Thoughts
Over the Summer Sea
Parting Song
Pearly Fountain
Quiet Valley
Revolutionary Tea
Rowan Tree
School Days
School Song
See Our Bark
See, the Stars Are Coming
Shed Not a Tear
Shells of Ocean
Shining Shore
Silently
Smiling May
Song for Exhibition
Song in Motion
Song of the Fisher Boy
Song of the Pony
Song of the Robin
Song of the Vale
Sparkling Fountain
Speak Gently
Spring's Delights
Star of the Evening
Star of the Twilight
Star Spangled Banner
Summer Days Are Coming
Summer Evening
Sun's Gay Beam
Sunshine
Tell Me, O, Tell Me
Tell Me, Where Do Fairies Dwell
The Street Organ
The Sky Is Bright
There Is No Home Like My Own
To the West, to the West
Try Again
Up Goes the Banner
Vacant Chair
Vacation Days
Vavation Song
Veteran
Vive l'America
We Miss Thee at Home
What's a' the Steer, Kimmer
Where Yonder mansion Rises
What Is Home Without a Mother
When This Cruel War Is Over
When the Golden Morn
When the Swallows Homeward Fly
Where the Warbling Waters Flow
Who Will Care for Mother Now
Where's My Mother?
Why Chime the Bells So Merrily
Willie Gray
Willie's On the Dark Blue Sea
Yankee Doodle
Zephyr of Nightfall

SACRED PIECES
America, 'My Country'
Angels Told Me So
Ballerma. 'How Happy Is the Child'
Brother, Thou Art Gone to Rest
Charity (Meek and Lowly)
Come Unto Me
Edes, 'Lord Before Thy Presence'
Family Bible
God Is There
Greenville. 'Far from Mortal'
Happy Day
Jerusalem, My Happy Home
Kingsley. 'Thy Will Be Done'
Mark the Soft Falling Snow
Missionary Chant
My Opening Eyes with Rapture See
O Had I Wings Like a Dove
Old Hundred. 'From All That'
Olmutz. 'Sing to the Lord'
Our Father Who Art in Heaven
Peterboro'. 'Once More My'
Portuguest Hymn. 'The Lord Is'
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep
Shed Not One Tear for Me, Mother
Shirland. 'Behold the Morning'
Siloam. 'By Cool Siloam's'
Softly Now the Light of Day
The Bible
The Lord My Shephers Is
The Lord's Prayer
There Is a Happy Home
There Is a Happy Land
This Book Is All that's Left Me
We're Kneeling by Thy Grave.
Will You Go

"Elementary Instructions, upon the Pestalozzian System,
with numerous exercises for practice. For the use of schools, seminaries, select classes, &c."
Adv. include "The Golden Robin," W. O. Perkins, for Juveniles.
"The Golden Wreath," W. O. Emerson [Will be posted]
"Merry Chimes," L. O. Emerson, for juveniles.
"The Nightingale," Perkins, for juveniles [posted]


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Subject: Index: The Song Folio (Thomas Hunter, 1883)
From: cetmst
Date: 08 Dec 08 - 08:00 AM

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The Song Folio
Copyright 1883 by Thomas Hunter

Arrow and the Song, The
As You Like It
At the Ferry
Auld Lang Syne
Ave Maria (Gounod)
A Warrior Bold
Baby and the Fly, The
Banbury Cross
Bend in the River, The
Bird In Hand, A
Birds in the Night
Blue Alsatian Mountains, The
Bride Bells
Bridge, The (Carew)
Bridge, The (Lindsay)
Broken Flower, The
Brook, The
By the Sad Sea Waves
Clang of the Wooden Shoon, The
Cleansing Fires
Cottage on the Moorland, The
Danube River, The
Darby and Joan
Day Is Done, The
Douglas
Dustman, The
Esmerelda
Fairly Caught
Fairy Jane, The
Far Away
Farmer and the Pigeons, The
First Letter, The
Five O'Clock in the Morning
Forever and Forever
Forget Me Not
Gobble Song
Golden Days
Golden Shore, The
Good-Bye, Sweetheart, Good-Bye
He Giveth His Beloved Sleep
Home, Sweet Home
Hour of Rest, The
I Cannot Sing the Old Songs
I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls
I Fear No Foe
If
In the Golden Eventide
In the Gloaming
It Was a Dream
Katey's Letter
Kerry Dance, The
King's Champion, The
King's Highway, The
Last Rose of Summer, The
Let Me Dream Again
Lights Far Out At Sea
Little Maid of Arcady
London Bridge
Longest Way Round, The
Looking Back
Lost Chord, The
Lover and the Bird, The
Maid of Athens, The
Midshipmite, The
Mistress Prue
My Queen
Nancy Lee
No, Sir!
O Fair Dove! O Fond Dove!
Oh, How Delightful
Oh, Mother! Take the Wheel Away
Old Timber Toes
Only Come
On the Rocks By Aberdeen
Our Crew
Palms, The
Primrose Farm
Prince Charming
Punchinello
Robin Adair
Sing, Sweet Bird
Some Day, Sometimes
Stranded
Strangers Yet
Summer Shower, A
Sweethearts
Sweet Love of Mine
Take Back the Heart
Tar's Farewell, The
That Traitor Love
Then You'll Remember Me
Three Sailor Boys, The
Tired
'Tis But a Little Faded Flower
Torpedo and the Whale, The
Turnham Toll
Trysting-Tree, The
Twickenham Ferry
Twilight Time
Two Little Lives
Two's Company, Three's None
Unforgotten Days
Unforgotten Song, The
Unrequited
Waiting
Water Mill, The
Way Thro' the Wood, The
We'd Better Bide a Wee
Weary
Welcome Pretty Primrose
What a Little Bird Said
When the Swallow Comes
Will He Come?
Won't You Tell Me Why, Robin?
Yes, Sir!

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Subject: Index: The Sunny South Quartet Book
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 08 Dec 08 - 05:11 PM

THE SUNNY SOUTH QUARTET BOOK

A new, large and varied collection of sacred and secular selections for men's voices.
A. J. Showalter and others, 1912, The A. J. Showalter Co., Dalton, GA & Dallas, TX.

Annie Laurie
Are You Drifting Away
Art Thou Weary
A Song of Hope
A Twilight Dream
Awake the Song
A Welcome to Spring
Beyond
Beyond the Darkly Flowing Stream
Blest Be the Home
Bloom Brightly Sweet Roses
Bonnie [lies over the ocean]
Bonny Eloise
Christ Died for Me
Christ Has Satisfied
Come with Sweet Flowers
Crossing O'er the River
Dearest May
Ellorie
Enough for All Over There
Even Me, Even Me
Farewell, But Not Forever
Flitting Away
Get You Ready
Glory Over Yonder
God Speed the Right
Happy Morning
Happy Welcome
Hear What Happened to Bill
His Grace Will Win
How I Love Old Alabama
How They Crucified My Lord
I Shall Be Satisfied
I Shall Then Be Satisfied
Is There One for Me
Juanita
Just As I Am
Learn a Lesson from the Blossoms
Love's Old, Sweet Song
Massa's in the Cold Ground
My Happy Childhood Home
My Old Cottage Home
My Old Kentucky Home
Nearer My Home
Old Folks at Home
Our Childhood Home
Our School-Boy Days
Remember Me
Rest in Jesus
Serenade
Some Day We'll Gather Home
Stars of the Summer Night
Sweet Rest
The Air-Ship Man
The Church in the Wildwood
The Dying Savior
The Dying Woodman
The Friend of Siners
The Friends of My Childhood
The Pretty Widow Brown
There Comes a Time
The Sailor's Home Song
The Serenade
The Showalter-Patton Quartet
The Soldier's Farewell
The Song of the Surf
The Willow Tree
The Word Divine I Love
Thinking of Mother
Thou Hast Gone to Yonder City
Waiting
Waking
We Are Going Down the Valley
We, Like the Flowers, Will Fade Away
When the Heart is Young
When the Moon Shall Turn to Blood
Why Should I Fear


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Subject: Index: Weep Some More, My Lady (Sigmund Spaeth)
From: Joybell
Date: 08 Dec 08 - 10:17 PM

Spaeth's method of indexing is idiosyncratic to say the least. I'm submitting his index, as I did the other one, as he wrote it.

Weep Some More My Lady.
Sigmund Spaeth. Doubleday, Page and Company. 1927. New York.

Advertisment for a Wife
Ah There! Stay There!
All Around the World, I've Been
All That Glitters is Not Gold
Alsatian Mountains, By the Blue
Always in the Way
Always Keep a Smile for Mother
Amber Lee
Anacreon in Heaven, To
Arabella, Oh
Arm Chair, The
As Through the Park I Go
Awfully Clever
Baby, For Sale - A
Baby Mine
Bacon and Greens
Ball, Lanigan's
Baltimore, Belle of
Barefoot, Little
Bashful Young Lady, The
Be Home Early Tonight, My Dear Boy
Be Kind to the Loved Ones at Home
Beach at Brighton, On the
Beach at Cape May, On the
Beautiful Blue Bells
Beer, Bitter
Behind the Times, Just
Bell Goes A-ringing for Sai-rah, The
Belle at the Bar, Jessie, the
Belle of Baltimore
Benwell, The Murder of F. C.
Best Thing in Life, The
Bibo Went Down to the Regions Below, When
Billy Vite and Molly Green
Bitter Beer
Black Sheep, The
Blake, Jim
Blot Out the Past, If I Could Only
Blue Bells, Beautiful
Blue-Eyed Ellen, or The Jealous Lover of Lone Green Valley
Blue Juniata
Bold Militiaman
Bow-Wow, Daddy Wouldn't Buy Me a
Bridge of Sighs
Bright-Eyed, Little Nell of Narragansett Bay
Bright Eyes, Little, Will You Miss me
Broadway, Opera and Bowery Crawl, The
Broadway Swell and Brooklyn Belle, The
Broadway Swell, De Dandy
Broken Home, The
Brown, Julius Cornelius Augustus Pompelius Fredericus Plantaganet
Buffalo Gals
Buy My Roses
By the Blue Alsatian Mountains
Calomel
Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines
Cards, A Pack of
Charlotte, Young
Charming Young Widow, The
Chickaleary Cove, The
Child of the Railroad Engineer, The
City Where Nobody Cares, In the
Clever Woman, The
Coal Black Rose
Come, Emily
Come, Let Us Ramble
Cork Leg, The
Cuckoo Clock that Hangs upon the Wall, The Old
Daddy Wouldn't Buy Me a Bow-Wow
Daddy's on the Engine
Dale, Lily
Dancing Mad, I'm
De Bon Bon, Pierre
De Dandy Broadway Swell
Dine, Lubly
Do They Miss Me at Home?
Do They Think of Me at Home?
Dodd, Tommy
Dollar, My Last Old
Don't Let It Happen Again
Don't Tease the Old Man
Don't You Go, Tommy
Don't Wear Your Heart on Your Sleeve
Down in a Coal Mine
Dream of the Miner's Child, The
Driven from Home
Drunkard's Dream, The
Drunkard's Lone Child, The
Dugan, Little Johnny
Dying Hobo, The
Emeleen, Roguish Little Beauty
Emily, Come
Emma!, Whoa
Engine, Daddy's on the
Engineer, The Child of the Railroad
Esau, I Saw
Fallen by the Wayside
Fatal Rose of Red, The
Father Was Killed by the Pinkerton Men
Footsteps, Little
For Old Time's Sake
For Sale -- a Baby
Gallant 69th, The
Genteel, Shabby
Girl in the Blue Velvet Band, The
Good-bye at the Door, The
Grandmother, My
Grimes, Old
Heart on Your Sleeve, Don't Wear Your
Heidsieck, Sparkling Piper
Hello, Central, Give Me Heaven
Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still
Hobo Blues, The
Hobo, The Dying
Hobo's Lament, The
Home, The Broken
House of Too Much Trouble, The
I Don't Want to Play in Your Yard
I Love You
I Saw Esau
If I Could Only Blot Out the Past
I'm Dancing Mad
In a Jersey City
In the City Where Nobody Cares
Inez Rovina
Irish Jubilee, The
Is Life Worth Living?
I've Been All Around the World
Jersey City, In
Jessie, the Belle at the Bar
Jest Talkin'!
Jim Along Josey
Jim Blake
Jockey Hat and Feather
Johnny Get Your Gun
Johnson, Nicodemus
Jones, Wild Bill
Josey, Jim Along
Jubilee, The Irish
Juliana and Her Grand Piana
Julius Cornelius Augustus Pompelius Fredericus Plantaganet Brown
Juniata, The Blue
Just as the Sun Went Down
Just Behind the Times
Just One Girl
Kingdom Coming
Kiss Me Quick and Go
Kissing on the Sly
Lanigan's Ball
Leave Me if You Wish, Now Go and
Let Me Say My Little Prayer
Letter Edged in Black, The
Letter in the Candle, The
Letter that Never Came, The
Life, The Best Thing in
Life Worth Living?, Is
Lily Dale
Little Barefoot
Little Bright Eyes, Will You Miss Me?
Little Bunch of Whiskers on His Chin, The
Little Footsteps
Little Johnny Dugan
Little Rosewood Casket, The
Lord Mayor's Show, The
Lou'siana Belle
Love Among the Roses
Love Is the Theme
Love Letters
Loved Ones at Home, Be Kind to the
Lubly Dine
Lulu Is Our Darling Pride
Maria, My
Merry Swiss Girl, The
Militiaman, The Bold
Miner's Child, The Dream of the
Moet and Shandon for Me
Molly Green, Billy Vite and
Morning, Oh, in the
Motto for All, A
Murder of F. C. Benwell, The
My Grandmother
My Last Old Dollar
My Maria
Nell and I
Nell of Narragansett Bay, Bright-Eyed Little
Nicodemus Johnson
Nobody's Child
Nobody's Darling
Nobody's Darling, They Say I Am
Now Go and Leave Me if You Wish
Oh, Arabella
Oh, in the Morning
Oh! Why Do You Tease us?
Old Cuckoo Clock that Hangs upon the Wall, The
Old Grimes
Old Time's Sake, For
On the Beach at Brighton
On the Beach at Cape May
Oysters and Wine at 2 A. M.
Pack of Cards, A
Par Excellence
Pardon Came too Late, The
Park I Go, As Through the
Pebble on the Beach, You're Not the Only
Pharisee and Sadducee
Picture that Was Drawn upon the Floor, The
Pierre De Bon Bon
Pinkerton Men, Father Was Killed by the
Play in Your Yard, I Don't Want to
Play with Me?, Why Don't They
Polka, See Me Dance the
Prayer, Let Me Say My Little
Pulling Hard Against the Stream
Put My Little Shoes Away
Railroad Chorus
Ramble, Come Let Us
Rich Country Girl and the Wicked City Chap, The
Riding in a Street Car
Roguish Little Beauty, Emeleen
Rose, Coal Black
Rose of Red, The Fatal
Roses, Buy Me
Roses, Love Among the
Rosewood Casket, The Little
Rover, The Wild
Rovina, Inez
Sadducee, Pharisee and
Sai-rah, The Bell Goes A-Ringing for
See Me Dance the Polka
Shabby Genteel
Ship, The Black
Ship that Never Returned, The
Shoes Away, Put My Little
Show, The Lord Mayor's
Sixty-ninth, The Gallant
Slavery Days
Smile for Mother, Always Keep a
Soda and B_____
Somebody's Child
Sparking on a Sunday Night
Sparkling Piper Heidsieck
Stackalee
Starry Night for a Ramble, A
Street Car, Riding in a
Swiss Girl, The Merry
Tassels on the Boots
Taxation of America
Tessie
Texan Rangers, War Song of the
They Say I Am Nobody's Darling
This Wedding Ring of Mine
Those Wedding Bells Shall Not Ring Out
To Anacreon in Heaven
Tommy Dodd
Tommy, Don't You Go
Too Late
Train that Never Returned, The
Trouble, The House of Too Much
War Song of the Texan Rangers
Wedding Bells Shall Not Ring Out, Those
Wedding Ring of Mine, This
When Bibo Went Down to the Regions Below
Where Was Moses When the Light Went Out?
Whiskers, Five a Bag
Whoa, Emma!
Why Don't The Play With Me?
Wicked City Chap, The Rich Country Girl and the
Widow, The Charming Young
Wife, Advertisement for a
Wild Bill Jones
Wild Rover, The
Willie the Weeper
Willie, We Have Missed You
Wine at 2 A. M., Oysters and
Won't You Come Along?
Young Charlotte
You're Not the Only Pebble on the Beach.


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Subject: Index: Ancient Scotish Melodies...(Dauney, 1838)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 09 Dec 08 - 01:21 AM

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Ancient Scotish Melodies from a Manuscript of the Reign of King James VI
With an introductory enquiry illustrative of the history of the music of Scotland
by William Dauney (Edinburgh: Bannatyne Club, 1838)

Adew, Dundee
Allan Water
Auld Robin Gray
Aye Waukin, O
Banks of Helicon, The
Battle of Harlaw, The
Birks of Aberfeldie
Birks of Invermay, The
Blathrie O't, The
Blithe, Blithe, and Merry Was She
Blue Ribbon, Scotish Measure
Bonnie May
Bonny Broom, The
Bonny Dundee
Bonny Jean
Bothwell Bank, Thou Bloomest Fair
Braes Aboon Monaw, The
Braes of Ballendine, The
Broom of the Cowdenknowes, The
Brose and Butter
Bush aboon Traquair, The
Ca the Ewes to the Knowes
Canaries
Carle, Now the King's Come
Charmante Gabrielle
Clout the Caldron
Cold and Raw
Cushion Dance
Dainty Davie
Day Dawes, The
Deil Tak the Wars
Dumbarton Drums
Flowers of the Forest, The
Frog Came to the Mill Door, The
Gala Water
Good Night, and God Be with You
Gray Steel
Green Grows the Rashes
Green Sleeves
Haud Awa frae Me, Donald
Haud Her Gaun
Hey, Jenny, Come Doun to Jock
Highland Laddie
Highland Mary
Honest Luckie
Hunt Is Up, The
I Love My Love in Secret
If the Kirk Would Let Me Be
If Thou Wert My Ain Thing
I'll Never Leave Thee
Janet Drinks Nae Water
Jenny Nettles
Jock, the Laird's Brother
Jockie Drunken Bable
Jockie Went to the Wood
John Anderson, My Jo
John, Come Kiss Me Now
Johny Faa
Katherine Bairdie
Katherine Ogie
Killicrankie
Kind Robin Lo'es Me
Lass of Patie's Mill, The
Last Time I Came o'er the Moor, The
Lea Rig, The
Lillibulero
Lizzy Lindsay
Lochaber
Logan Water
Lord Ronald
Maggie Lauder
Maltman Comes on Monday, The
Meeting of the Waters, The
Mill, O, The
Mucking of Geordie's Byre, The
My Dearie, If Thou Die
My Jo, Janet
My Luve's in Germany
My Mother's Aye Glowrin o'er Me
My Nanie, O
My Wife Has Taen the Gee
Nancy's to the Greenwood Gane
Now Is the Month of Maying
O'er the Muir to Maggie
Of A' the Airts the Wind Can Blaw
Omnia Vincit Amor
Over the Hills and Far Aw«Y
Peggy, I Must Love Thee
Poortith Cauld
Rattlin Roarin Willie
Rich and Rare
Robin, Quoth She
Roger de Coverly
Roslin Castle
Roy's Wife
Sa Merry as We Ha'e Been
Saw Ye Johnny Coming
Saw Ye Nae My Peggy
Scots Wha Ha'e
Souters of Selkirk, The
Spanish Lady, The
Swedish Air
Sweet Willie
There's Auld Rob Morris
This Is No My Ain House
Three Sheep Skins
To Danton Me
Tullochgorum
Tweedside
Up in the Morning Early
Vive Henri Quatre
Wae's My Heart, That We Should Sunder
Waly, Waly
Wandering Willie
We Be Three Poor Mariners
When She Came Ben She Bobbit
When the King Enjoys His Own Again
Where Helen Lies
Whistle O'er the Lave o't
Willie Winkie's Testament
Woo'd and Married and A'
Yellow-Haired Laddie, The


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Subject: Index: Scottish Song: Its Wealth...(Blackie, 1889)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 09 Dec 08 - 09:17 AM

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Scottish Song:
Its Wealth, Wisdom, and Social Significance
by John Stuart Blackie (Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1889)

[Note: I compiled this song list myself, since the book doesn't have one. I included only those that have both lyrics and musical notation. --JD]

I. SCOTTISH SONG, ITS VALUE AND SIGNIFICANCE

II. SONGS OF LOVE, COURTSHIP, AND MARRIAGE
When the Kye Comes Hame
Jessie, the Flower o' Dunblane
Gloomy Winter's Noo Awa'
Annie Laurie
Owre the Muir amang the Heather
O' A' the Airts the Wind Can Blaw
Kind Robin Lo'es Me
The Kiss ahint the Door
Tam Glen
Saw Ye Johnnie Comin'? Quo' She
Muirland Willie
The Cauldrife Wooer
Willie's Gane to Melville Castle
Logie o' Buchan
Jenny's Bawbee
Come under My Plaidie
Auld Robin Gray
Jock o' Hazeldean
The Laird o' Cockpen
Lass, Gin Ye Lo'e Me, Tell Me Noo
Woo'd and Married and A'
Lizzie
There's Nae Luck aboot the Hoose
The Married Man's Lament
John Grumlie
Get Up and Bar the Door
Tak' Your Auld Cloak about Ye
John Anderson, My Jo
Wandering Willie
My Nannie's Awa'
Ae Fond Kiss
Let Us Haste to Kelvin Grove
Ye Banks and Braes o' Bonnie Doon
O Waly! Waly!
O Wha's at the Window, Wha, Wha?
Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch
I'm Glad My Heart's My Ain
The Quaker's Wife

III. PATRIOTIC SONGS, WAR-SONGS, JACOBITE BALLADS
Away, Ye Gay Landscapes
Scotland Yet
Oh! Why Left I My Hame?
The Kail Brose of Auld Scotland
In the Garb of Old Gaul
My Dear Highland Laddie, O
Lochaber No More
Blue Bonnets over the Border
We'll Hae Nane but Highland Bonnets Here
Scots, Wha Hae wi' Wallace Bled
The Flowers of the Forest
I've Heard the Liltin'
The Battle of Sheriffmuir
O Kenmure's On an' Awa', Willie
The Bonnie House o' Airlie
When the King Comes owre the Water
The Women Are A' Gane Wud
The Wee, Wee German Lairdie
Owre the Water to Charlie
Come o'er the Stream, Charlie
Welcome, Royal Charlie
Charlie Is My Darling
Wha Wadna Fight for Charlie?
Wha'll Be King but Charlie?
Gabhaidh Sinn An Rathad Mor
Cam' Ye by Athol?
O Send Lewie Gordon Hame
Johnnie Cope
The Hundred Pipers
Skye Boat-Song
Flora Macdonald's Lament
The Chevalier's Lament
Will You No' Come Back Again?
A Wee Bird Cam' to Our Ha' Door

IV. SONGS OF CHARACTER AND INCIDENT IN DAILY LIFE
My Ain Fireside
Up in the Morning Early
The Rowan Tree
The Auld House
Tullochgorum
The Stipendless Parson
The Ewie wi' the Crookit Horn
Caller Herrin'
Soumin an' Roumin
Captain Paton No Mo'e!

V. DRINKING-SONGS, CONVIVIAL SONGS
Willie Wi' His Wig A-Jee
There's Cauld Kail in Aberdeen
Sae Will We Yet
A Wee Drappie o'T
Willie Brewed a Peck o' Maut
Auld Langsyne
My Wife Has Ta'en the Gee

VI. SEA-SONGS, NAVAL SONGS, AND BOAT-SONGS
Ho Ro, Clansmen!
Ho, My Bonnie Boatie!
The Tooin' o' Wir Boat
The Boatie Rows
The Rover of Lochryan He's Gane

VII. SONGS OF THOUGHT AND SENTIMENT
Ilka Blade o' Grass Keps Its Ain Drap o' Dew
Castles in the Air
There's Nae Cov'nant Now, Lassie
Auntie's Sangs
The Land o' the Leal
A Man's a Man for A' That


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Subject: Index: Popular Songs of Scotland... (Graham, 1887)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 09 Dec 08 - 01:58 PM

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The Popular Songs of Scotland
With Their Appropriate Melodies
by George Farquhar Graham (Glasgow: J. Muir Wood & Co., 1887)

A Highland lad my love was born
A wee bird cam' to our ha' door
Adieu, Dundee! from Mary parted
Afton Water
Alas, that I cam' o'er the muir
Alastair Macalastair
An thou wert mine ain thing
And are ye sure the news is true?
And ye shall walk in silk attire
Andro and his cutty gun
Annie Laurie
Argyle is my name, and you may think it strange
At gloamin', if my lane I be
At Willie's wedding on the green
Auld Joe Nicolson's bonnie Nannie
Auld lang syne
Auld Rob Morris
Auld Robin Gray (English Air)
Auld Robin Gray (Scotch Air)
Ay wakin' O!
Bannocks o' barley-meal
Barbara Allan
Behind yon hills, where Lugar flows
Behold, my love, how green the groves
Bide ye yet
Blue bonnets over the border
Blythe, blythe, and merry are we
Bonnie Bessie Lee
Bonnie Dundee
Bonnie laddie, Highland laddie
Bonnie lassie, will ye go?
Bonnie Mary Hay
Bonnie Prince Charlie
Bonnie wee thing
Braw, braw lads
Busk ye, busk ye
Buy my caller herring
By Logan's streams that rin sae deep
Ca' the yowes to the knowes
Caller herring
Cam' ye by Athol
Captain Paton no mo'e!
Castles in the air
Cauld blaws the wind frae north to south
Cauld kail in Aberdeen
Charlie is my darling
Cockle shells
Cold and raw
Come all ye jolly shepherds
Come all ye sailors bold
Come o'er the stream, Charlie
Come under my plaidie
Come, gi'e's a sang, Montgomery cried
Comin' thro' the craigs o' Kyle
Comin' thro' the rye
Cope sent a challenge frae Dunbar
Corn rigs
Craigie-burn-wood
Cro Challin
Donald
Doun the burn, Davie
Duncan Gray cam' here to woo
Ettrick banks
Far over yon hills o' the heather so green
Farewell to Lochaber, farewell to my Jean
Farewell, thou fair day
First when Maggie was my care
Flora Macdonald
Flow gently, sweet Afton
For a' that, and a' that
For the sake o' somebody
Gala Water
Geordie's byre
Get up and bar the door
Gin a body meet a body
Gin I had a wee house
Gloomy winter's now awa'
Go de sin den te sin
Good-night, and joy be wi' ye a'
Green grow the rashes, O!
Hame, hame, hame, O hame fain would I be
Haud awa' frae me, Donald
Hear me, ye nymphs
Hearken, and I will tell you
Here awa', there awa', wandering Willie
Here's a health to ane I lo'e dear
Here's to the year that's awa'
He's o'er the hills that I lo'e weel
Hey, Johnnie Cope, are ye wauken
Hey, tuttie, tattie
Highland Mary
How lang and dreary is the nicht
Hughie Graham
Huntingtower
I fee'd a lad at Michaelmas
I had a horse, I had ïàå mair
I heard a wee bird singing
I lo'e na a laddie but ane
I love thee still, although my path
I may sit in my wee croo house
I met four chaps yon birks amang
I will not go to my bed till I suld die
I wish I kenn'd my Maggie's mind
I wish I were where Gadie rins
If those who live in shepherds' bowers
I'll never leave thee
I'm o'er young to marry yet
I'm wearin' awa, John
In the garb of Old Gaul
In winter, when the rain rain'd cauld
Is there, for honest poverty
It fell about the Mart'mas time
It fell on a day
It was in and about the Mart'mas time
It was upon a Lammas night
It's up wi' the souters o' Selkirk
I've been courtin' at a lass
I've heard them lilting
I've seen the smiling
Jeanie Morrison
Jenny dang the weaver
Jenny's bawbee
Jessie, the flower o' Dunblane
Jock o' Hazeldean
Jock, the laird's brither
John Anderson, my jo, John
Johnie Macgill
Johnnie Cope
Johnnie Faa
Johnnie's grey breeks
Katherine Ogie
Keen blaws the wind o'er the braes o' Gleniffer
Kelvin grove
Kenmure's on and awa'
Kind Robin lo'es me
King James' March to Irland
Lady Cassilis' lilt
Lassie wi' the lint-white locks
Last May a braw wooer cam' down the lang glen
Leezie Lindsay
Lesley's march
Let us haste to Kelvin grove, bonnie lassie, O
Lochaber no more
Loch-Eroch side
Lochiel's march
Logan Water
Logie o' Buchan
Lord Balgonie's favourite
Lord Gregory
Lord Nithsdale
Lord Reoch's daughter
Lord Ronald
Lost is my quiet
Loudon's bonnie woods and braes
Low down in the broom
Lucy's flittin'
Maggie Lauder
Major Graham
March, march, Ettrick and Teviotdale
Marquis of Hastings' Strathspey
Mary Morison
Mary of Castlecary
Maxwellton braes are bonnie
Morag
Muirland Willie
My ain countrie
My ain fireside
My ain kind dearie
My boy Tammy
My Colin, loved Colin
My collier laddie
My dearie, an' thou dee
My heart is a-breaking, dear tittie
My heart is sair, I daurna tell
My heart's in the Highlands
My jo Janet
My lodging is on the cold ground
My love has forsaken me
My love she's but a lassie yet
My love's in Germany
My name is old Hewson the cobbler
My Nannie, O
My Nannie's awa'
My only jo and dearie, O
My tocher's the jewel
My wife has ta'en the gee
Nid noddin'
Now in her green mantle blythe Nature arrays
O Charlie is my darling
O dear dear Jeanie Morrison
O for ane and twenty, Tam
O gin ye were dead, gudeman
O hearken, and I will tell you how
O how could ye gang, lassie?
O I ha'e seen great anes, and sat in great ha's
O Kenmure's on, and awa', Willie
O lay thy loof in mine, lass
O Logie o' Buchan, O Logie the laird
O love will venture in
O meikle thinks my love
O mirk, mirk, is this midnight hour
O my love is like a red red rose
O Nancy, wilt thou go with me?
O open the door, Lord Gregory
O puirtith cauld
O rowan tree
O speed, Lord Nithsdale
O sweet are thy banks, bonnie Tweed
O the ewe-bughting's bonnie
O this is no my ain lassie
O thou broom, thou bonnie bush o' broom
O true love is a bonnie flower
O waly, waly, up the bank
O weel may the boatie row
O were I able to rehearse
O wha is she that lo'es me
O wha's at the window, wha, wha?
O where ha'e ye been, Lord Ronald, my son?
O whistle, an' I'll come to you
O Willie brewed a peck o' maut
O, dinna think, bonnie lassie
O, Mary, at thy window be
O'er the muir amang the heather
Of a' the airts the wind can blaw
Oh! Alastair Macalastair
Oh! dinna ask me gin I lo'e thee
Oh! thou art all so tender
Oh! why left I my hame?
Oh, hey! Johnnie, lad
Oh, I ha'e been on the flow'ry banks o' Clyde
On Ettrick banks, ae simmer nicht
Oran an aoig
Paul's steeple
Pibroch of Donuil Dhu
Playing amang the rashes
Prince Charlie's welcome to Skye
Put up thy dagger, Jamie
Robin is my only joe
Roslin Castle
Rothiemurchus' rant
Row weel, my boatie, row weel
Roy's wife of Aldivalloch
Saw ye Johnnie comin'?
Saw ye my father?
Saw ye my wee thing? saw ye mine ain thing?
Scots wha ha'e wi' Wallace bled
Send him hame
She's fair and fause that causes my smart
Should auld acquaintance be forgot
Sweet fa's the eve on Craigie burn
Sweet Sir, for your courtesie
Tak' your auld cloak about ye
Tam Glen
Tammy
The birks of Aberfeldie
The birks of Abergeldie
The blue bells of Scotland
The boatie rows
The bonnets o' bonnie Dundee
The bonnie bonnie bairn
The bonnie house o' Airly
The braes aboon Bonaw
The braes o' Balquhidder
The braes o' Yarrow
The braes of Gleniffer
The breast-knots
The bridegroom grat
The brier bush
The brisk young lad
The broom o' the Cowdenknowes
The bush aboon Traquair
The Caledonian Hunt's delight
The Campbells are comin'
The cauld cauld winter's gane, luve
The Cordwainer's march
The daisy is fair
The Drummer
The Duke of Buccleugh's tune
The Duke of Norfolk
The ewe-bughts
The ewie wi' the crookit horn
The flowers of the forest (modern air)
The flowers of the forest (old air)
The gloomy night is gath'ring fast
The gypsie laddie
The house of Glammis
The lads of Leith
The laird o' Cockpen, he's proud and he's great
The lament of Flora Macdonald
The land o' the leal
The lass o' Ballochmyle
The lass o' Gowrie
The lass of Livingstone
The lass of Patie's mill
The lassie lost her silken snood
The last time I cam' o'er the muir
The lea rig
The Lord of Gordon's three daughters
The Lothian lassie
The love that I had chosen
The lowlands o' Holland
The maid that tends the goats
The mill, mill, O
The Miller
The Miller's wedding
The moudiewart
The muckin' o' Geordie's byre
The murmur of the merry brook
The nameless lassie
The news frae Moidart cam' yestreen
The pibroch of Donuil Dhu
The piper cam' to îur toun
The piper o' Dundee
The posie
The queen of the Lothians
The rashes
The rowan tree
The ruffian's rant
The soldier's return
The song of death
The souter's daughter
The souters o' Selkirk
The sun has gaen down o'er the lofty Ben-lomond
The sun rises bright in France
The weary pund o' tow
The wee wee German lairdie
The white cockade
The winter it is past
The year that's awa'
The yellow-hair'd laddie
There are twa bonnie maidens
There cam' a young man to my daddy's door
There grows a bonnie brier bush
There was a lad was born in Kyle
There was a lass, and she was fair
There was a pretty May
There's auld Rob Morris
There's cauld kail in Aberdeen
There's nae luck about the house
There's nought but care on ilka han'
There's nane may ever guess
This is no my ain house
Tho' Boreas bauld, that carle auld
Thou art gaen awa'
Thou bonnie wood of Cralgie-lea
Thou hast left me ever, Jamie
Thy cheek is o' the rose's hue
To ha'e a wife and rule a wife
To the Lords of Convention
Touch once more a sober measure
Tullochgorum
'Twas even, the dewy fields were green
'Twas in that season
'Twas on a simmer's afternoon
'Twas when the wan leaf
'Twas within a mile of Edinburgh town
Tweedside
Twine weel the plaiden
Up amang yon cliffy rocks
Up in the morning early
Waes me for Prince Charlie
Wandering Willie
Welcome home, old Rowley
We'll meet beside the dusky glen
We're a' noddin'
Were I able to rehearse
Wha the deil ha'e we gotten for a King?
Wha'll be king but Charlie?
Wha'll buy caller herring
Whar' ha'e ye been a' day
Wha's at the window, wha, wha?
What ails this heart î' mine?
What's a' the steer, kimmer?
When first you courted me, I own
When o'er the hill the eastern star
When she cam' ben she bobbit
When the king comes owre the water
When the kye comes hame
When the sheep are in the fauld
When wild war's deadly blast
When ye gang awa', Jamie
Where are the joys I have met in the morning?
Where Gowdie rins
Where ha'e ye been a' the day?
Whistle o'er the lave o't
Why should I, a brisk young lassie
Why should thy cheek be pale?
Why weep ye by the tide, ladye?
Will ye gang to the Hielands, Leezie Lindsay?
Will ye go to the ewe-bughts, Marion?
Will ye go, lassie, go, to the braes o' Balquhidder?
Willie brew'd a peck o' maut
Willie was a wanton wag
Wilt thou be my dearie?
Wilt thou go, my bonnie lassie?
Within a mile of Edinburgh
Wo betyd thy wearie bodie
Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon
Young Jamie lo'ed me weel


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Subject: Index: Folk-Songs and Other Songs for Children
From: cetmst
Date: 10 Dec 08 - 07:14 AM

Folk-Songs and Other Songs for Children
ed. Jane Byrd Radcliffe-Whitehead
Boston, Oliver Ditson Company 1903

Ach, wie ist's möglich dann
America (God Save the King)
And We're a' Noddin'
Annie Laurie
Arthur of Bradley
At Summer Morn
Au clair de la lune
Auld Lang Syne
Austrian National Anthem (Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser)
Baa! Baa! Black Sheep
Battle Hymn of the Republic
Begone, Dull Care
Birds' Duet
Blue Bells of Scotland, The
Bonnie Laddie, Highland Laddie
Brave of Heart
Caller Herrin'
Campbells Are Coming, The
Chairs to Mend
Charmante Gabrielle
City Rat and the Country Rat, The
Cockles and Mussels
Come, Lasses and Lads
Cradle Song (Brahms Lullaby)
Der gute Kamerad
Der rothe Sarafan
Des Müllers Blumen
Die Lorelei
Die Wacht am Rhein
Dixie's Land
Do do, l'enfant, do
Dormi
Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes
Ein' feste Burg
Farmyard Song
Father O'Flynn
First Nowell, The
Flowers of the Forest
Foxhunt, The
Friar John
Frieden der Nacht
Funiculi, Funicula
Garden, The
Gaudeamus Igitur
Gin a Body Meet a Body
Good King Wenceslas
Good Night
Gruss
Have You Heard the News?
Heiden-Rösslein
Highland Lad My Love Was Born, A
Home, Sweet Home
Hunt Is Up, The
Il était une bergère
In einem kühlen Grunde
J'ai un long voyage à faire
Je m'en allay à Bagnolet
Jolly Miller, The
John Peel
Kinderwacht
Krakoviak (No. 1)
Krakoviak (No. 2)
La Cachucha
La Luisella
La Marseillaise
La notte è bella
La Paloma
Lass of Richmond Hill, The
Last Rose of Summer, The
Lavender's Blue
Le Retour
Les trois princesses
Liebchen, Ade!
Little Cock-Sparrow, The
Little Cossack
Little Man and Maid
Little Red Lark, The
Loch Lomond
Lord Lovell
Lorsque j'étais petit
Lost Chicken, The
Low-Backed Car, The
Lucy Locket
Ma Normandie
Maiden's Wish, The
Manger Throne, The
March of the Men of Harlech
Marianina
Marienwürmchen
Marlbrough s'en vat-en guerre
Mein Schatz ist ein Reiter
Merry May the Keel Row
Minstrel Boy, The
Mit einer Primula veris
Mulberry Bush, The
My Dame Has a Lame Tame Crane
My Love's an Arbutus
My Old Friend John
Nightingale, The
O Can Ye Sew Cushions?
O Hush Ye My Baby
O sanctissima
O Tannenbaum
O yi caroli
Oh, Charlie Is My Darling
Oh! Dear, What Can the Matter Be?
Oh, Who Will O'er the Downs So Free?
Old King Cole
Plus ne suis ce que j'ai été
Pomona
Regimental March
Remembrance
Riego's Hymn
Roy's Horse Enjoys a Gallop
Santa Lucia
Schlaf' in gut Ruh'
Schlaf', Kindlein, Schlaf'
Schlafe, schlafe, holder süsser Knabe
Schöne Minka
Scotland's Burning
Silent Night
Skye Boat Song
Soldatenlied
Sounds of Spring
Star Spangled Banner, The
Steh' nur auf, du Schweizerbu'
Summer Is a-Coming In
Sur le pont d'Avignon
Swallow, The
Sweet and Low
Three Blind Mice
Three Kings of Orient, The
Three Litttle Kittens, The
Three Ravens
Twilight Musing
Two Stars
Viens, Aurore
We Praise Thee, Lord
When All the World Is Young
When Christ Was Born
White Sand and Gray Sand


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Subject: Index: McDougall's English Songster (Mason, 1907)
From: cetmst
Date: 10 Dec 08 - 07:37 AM

McDougall's English Songster
English Songs, Carols, and Rounds
Recommended by the Board of Education
Pianoforte Edition With Historical Notes

By Edward Mason Mus. Bac.
McDougall's Educational Company, Limited
London, Edinburgh 1907

Part I
A. English Songs


Begone Dull Care
Hunt Is Up, The
Jolly Miller, The
Keel Row, The
Since First I Saw Your Face
Bailiff's Daughter, The
Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes
Early One Morning
Roast Beef of Old England, The
Good Morrow, Pretty Maid
A-Hunting We Will Go
Come, Lasses and Lads
Happy Clown, The
Mermaid, The
Spring's A-Coming, The
Useful Plough, The
Tom Bowling
Ye Mariners of England
With Jockey to the Fair
Golden Vanity, The
Farewell, Manchester
Girl I Left Behind Me, The
Polly Oliver
Barley Mow, The
Ye Gentlemen of England

B. Carols

God Rest You Merry Gentlemen
Good Christian Men, Rejoice
Wassail Song, The

C. Rounds

White Sand and Gray Sand
Turn Again, Whittington
Chairs to Mend
'Tis Hum-Drum
Wilt Thou Lend Me Thy Mare?
Wind, Gentle Evergreen
Adieu, Sweet Amaryllis
Let's Have a Peal
Come, Follow Me
Slaves to the World
A Boat! a Boat!
Look! Neighbors Look!

D. General Songs

Lord of My Fathers
God Save the King

Part II
A. English Songs


John Peel
Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind
Barbara Allen
British Grenadiers, The
Lass of Richmond Hill, The
We Be Three Poor Mariners
Oak and the Ash, The
Song of the Western Men, The
May-Pole, The
Under the Greenwood Tree
Bay of Biscay, The
Here's a Health Unto His Majesty
Robin Hood
Sigh No More, Ladies
Dulce Domum
Heart of Oak
Joan to the Maypole
Golden Slumbers
Now Is the Month of Maying
Where the Bee Sucks
Fairest Isle
It Was a Lover and His Lass
Cherry Ripe
Now, Robin, Lend Me Thy Bow

B. Carols

First Noel, The
Good King Wenceslas
We Three Kings of Orient Are

C. Rounds

To Portsmouth
Sing We Merrily
O My Love
Go to Joan Glover
My Dame Hath a Lame Tame Crane
Great Tom Is Cast
Fie, Nay, Prithee John
Under This Stone
Hark! the Bonny Christchurch Bells
Would You Know My Celia's Charms?
She Weepeth Sore
O Absalom!

D. General Songs

Auld Lang Syne
Rule Britannia


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Subject: Index: Jacobite Relics of Scotland (James Hogg)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 11 Dec 08 - 12:36 AM

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The Jacobite Relics of Scotland
Being the Songs, Airs, and Legends of the House of Stuart
Collected and illustrated by James Hogg
(Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1819)

Act of Succession, The - 42
At Auchindown - 80
Auld Stuarts Back Again, The - 122
Awa, Whigs, Awa - 76
Awkward Squad, The - 60
Battle of Killicrankie, The - 28
Bishop Burnet's Descent into Hell - 72
Bonny Moorhen, The - 129
Both Sides the Tweed - 126
Broad Swords of Scotland, The - 78
Cakes o' Crowdy - 20
Came Ye o'er Frae France - 87
Cameronian Cat, The - 37
Carle, an the King Come - 39
Chevalier's Muster-Roll, The - 151
Come, Fill Your Bowls - 48
Come, Let Us Drink a Health, Boys - 98
Cuckoo, The - 111
Curses, The - 104
Devil o'er Stirling, The - 34
Donald Macgillavry - 100
Down among the Dead Men - 123
Drowning of Care, The - 13
Fifth of November, The - 127
Frae the Friends and Land I Love - 109
Freedom's Farewell - 47
Geordie Whelps' Testament - 116
Hame, Hame, Hame - 134
Haughs of Cromdale, The - 3
Here's a Health to Them That's Away - 50
Here's to the King, Sir - 110
Hey, Then, Up Go We - 15
I Hae Nae Kith, I Hae Nae Kin - 52
It Was A' for Our Rightfu' King - 26
James, Come Kiss Me Now - 144
Jamie the Rover - 102
Killicrankie - 32
King Shall Enjoy His Own Again, The - 1
King Shall Enjoy His Own, The - 49
King William's March - 24
Kirn-Milk Geordie - 96
Lesley's March to Longmaston Moor - 7
Lesley's March to Scotland - 5
Let Our Great James Come Over - 88
Lochmaben Gate - 132
Marilla - 137
My Laddie - 115
My Love He Was a Highland Lad - 54
Ne'er to Return - 22
Nobody Can Deny - 143
O, Beautiful Britannia - 141
O, Royal James - 120
Our Ain Country - 136
Over the Seas and Far Awa - 51
Perfidious Britain - 105
Pilfering Brood, The - 94
Plain Truth - 93
Praelium Gilliecrankianum - 30
Queen Anne; or, The Auld Gray Mare - 68
Rebellious Crew, The - 112
Restoration, The - 8
Riding Mare, The - 82
Ringing o't, The - 85
Robin John Clark - 124
Royal Oak Tree, The - 10
Sarum's Dirge - 75
South-Sea Ballad, A - 138
Sow's Tail to Geordie, The - 91
Such a Parcel of Rogues in a Nation - 56
There Cam' a Fiddler Out o' Fife - 21
There Was a Man Came from the Moon - 79
There'll Never Be Peace Till Jamie Comes Hame - 59
This Is No My Ain House - 57
Thistle and Rose, The - 67
Thistle of Scotland, The - 107
Three Good Fellows ayont Yon Glen - 27
Tree of Friendship - 11
True Blue - 148
Union, The - 65
Waes o' Scotland, The - 130
Wee, Wee German Lairdie, The - 83
What Murrain Now Has Ta'en the Whigs - 146
When the King Comes o'er the Water - 45
Wicked Old Peer, A - 73
Will Ye Go to Sheriffmuir - 149
Willie the Wag - 36
Willie Winkle's Testament - 40
Would You Know What a Whig Is - 44
Ye Jacobites by Name - 53
You're Welcome, Whigs, from Bothwell Brigs - 18

APPENDIX

PART I—JACOBITE SONGS

Albany - 306
Cannons Now Are at a Stand, The - 307
Constitution Restored in 1711, The - 359
Dagon's Fall - 334
Donald Cowper - 309
Eustace Comines, the Irish Evidence, His Farewell to England - 332
Excellent New Song, &c., An - 341
Hail to the Prince of the Plot - 350
Happy Return of the Old Dutch Miller, The - 344
Honest Redcoat - 351
Ignoramus - 315
Information - 310
Jack Presbyter's Wish - 322
John Hielandman's Visit to the Quarter Session - 303
Lament for the Apprehending of Sir Thomas Armstrong - 336
Loyal Conquest, The - 328
Loyal Health, The - 319
Loyal Irishman, The - 355
Man of Fashion, The - 318
Narrative of the Old Plot; Being a New Song, A - 320
New Litany, A - 358
Patience Ward - 348
Plot Is Rent and Torn, The - 356
Pluto, the Prince of Darkness, &C. - 338
Pot-Companions, The - 323
Present State of England, The - 312
Protestant Flail, The - 324
Removal of the Parliament from London to Oxford, The - 308
Royal Admiral, The - 343
Royal Litany, The - 326
There's None so Happy as We - 346
Titus Telltroth - 314
Tory in a Whig's Coat, A - 301
Western Rebel, The - 353
Whig upon Whig - 330
Whigs Exposed, The - 339

PART II.—WHIG SONGS

Advice to Britons - 397
Advice to the Tories - 410
Age of Wonders, The - 375
Brunswick Mum - 414
Fifth of November - 363
First of August - 404
First of August - 405
First of August - 406
First of August - 407
First Psalm, The - 396
French King's Thanks and Advice, &c., The - 373
George at Last Shall Wear the Crown - 389
God Prosper Long This Freeborn Isle - 382
Haste Over, Hanover, Fast as You Can Over - 370
Health, A - 366
Here's a Health to the King - 418
Hey, Boys, Up Go We - 395
High-Church Alarm, The - 398
High-Church Shall Never Make Perkin a King, The - 421
If Now at Last We Must Give Up Spain - 387
King George's Birth-Day - 412
King William's Birth-Day - 367
Litany, A - 393
Loyalty Displayed, &C. - 371
Merchant a-la-Mode, The - 391
No More the Danger of the Church - 419
No Popery Here Shall Thrive - 408
Nothing but Truth - 380
Now, Now Is Come the Glorious Year - 413
On His Majesty's Coronation - 417
On the Breaking Out of the Rebellion - 421
Pretender's Army, The - 423
Raree Show - 401
Raree Show, The - 399
Rue and Tyme - 420
Song on the Thirtieth of January 1696 - 364
Tantivy Tory - 378
That Protestants with Protestants - 416
Tories' Lamentation - 403
Truth at Last, The - 384
Vile Tricksters and Greggsters - 408


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Subject: Index: Fireside Harmony (Mason, 1848)
From: cetmst
Date: 11 Dec 08 - 05:17 PM

Fireside Harmony; A New Collection of Glees and Part Songs, Arranged for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Base (sic) Voices by William Mason
Boston, Tappan, Whittemore, and Mason, 1848

An Old Man Would Be a-Wooing
Awake, Sweet Flowery-Footed May
Beauteous Clouds
Canon for the Month of June
Childhood
Does Madness Press Thy Sinking Heart?
Erin Is My Home
For Our Country
Freedom's Land
He That Is Thy Friend
Heart's Desires
Hope and Faith
How Sweet Are the Flowers
Joyful Be, Gay and Free
Land of Youth
Love and Mirth
Maiden! Listen
Maidens Young and Tender
Moonlight
Morning
Mourir pour la Patrie
Neapolitan Song
Night Songs
Parting
Sing a Song
Song of the Sleighers
Spring's Eyes
Spring Greeting to the Father-Land
Spring Time
Swiss Evening Song
The Alpine Wooer
The Exquisite
The Farewell
The Fisherman
The Forsaken
The Greatest Treasure
The Greenwood Tree
The Harper
The Hunter
The Painter's Wandering Song
The Richest Land
The Rover
The Sail
The Song of the Hunter
The Swallows
The Syrens
The Temple of Love
The Tyrolese
The Voyage
The Voyage of Life
The Wanderer
The Wanderer's Farewell
To the Genius of Poesy
To Sleep
Two Roses
Under Every Tree-Top
Up, Brothers Up!


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Subject: Index: The Songs of Ireland (Hatton & Molloy)
From: cetmst
Date: 11 Dec 08 - 06:00 PM

The Songs of Ireland
by J.L.Hatton and J.L.Molloy, 4th edition (The Royal Edition)
Boosey and Company, London, not dated but ca 1890

Moore's Irish Melodies

As a Beam Over the Face of the Waters
As Slow One Ship
At the Mid Hour of Night
Avenging and Bright
Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms
By That Lake, Whose Gloomy Shore
Come O'er the Sea
Come, Rest in This Bosom
Come, Send Round the Wine
Come, Take Thy Harp
Dear Harp of My Country
Drink to Her
Erin! Oh Erin
Erin! the Tear and the Smile
Eveleen's Bower
Farewell! But Whenever You Welcome the Hour
Fill the Bumper Fair
Fly Not Yet
Forget Not the Field
Go Where Glory Waits Thee
Harp That Once Through Tara's Halls, The
Has Sorrow Thy Young Days Shaded?
Here We Dwell in Holiest Bowers
How Oft Has the Banshee Cried!
I'd Mourn the Hopes That Leave Me
If Thoul't Be Mine
In the Morning of Life
I Saw Thy Form in Youthful Prime
I Saw From the Beach
It Is Not the Tear At This Moment Shed
Last Rose of Summer, The
Lesbia Hath a Beaming Eye
Let Erin Remember the Days of Old
Meeting of the Waters, The
Minstrel Boy, The
My Gentle Harp
Nay, Tell Me Not
Night Closed Around the Conqueror's Way
No, Not More Welcome
Oft in the Stilly Night
Oh! Blame Not the Bard
Oh! Breathe Not his Name
Oh! Doubt Me Not
Oh, for the Swords of Former Times
Oh! Had We Some Bright Little Isle
Oh! the Days Are Gone When Beauty Bright
Oh! the Shamrock
Oh! Think Not My Spirits Are Always So Light
One Bumper At Parting
Remember Thee!
Rich and Rare Were the Gems She Wore
She Is Far From the Land
Silent, Oh Moyle
St. Senanus and the Lady
Sublime Was the Warning
Take Back the Virgin Page
They May Rail at This Life
This Life Is All Chequer'd
Tho' the Last Glimpse of Erin
Tho' Dark Are Our Sorrows
Thro' Grief and Thro' Danger
Time I've Lost in Wooing, The
'Tis Believed That This Harp
'Tis Sweet to Thimk
To Ladies' Eyes
Valley Lay Smiling Before Me, The
We May Roam Thro' This World
When He, Who Adores Thee
When in Death I Shall Calm Recline
When Thro' Life Unblest We Rove
When Cold in the Earth
When First I Met Thee
Whene'er I See Those Smiling Eyes
While Gazing On the Moon's Light
While History's Muse
Wreath the Bowl
You Remember Ellen
Young May Moon, The

Popular Irish Melodies

Around Me, Blessed Image, Ever Soar
At Eve I Wandered By the Shore
Bells of Shandon, The
Cruiskeen Lawn, The
Emigrants, The
Exile of Erin, The
First Swallow, The
Forget Not the Angels
Gap in the Hedge, The
Girl I Left Behind Me, The
Irish Exile, The
It Was On a Fine Summer's Morning
I'm a Poor Irish Girl
I'm a Poor Stranger
Kate Kearney
Kathleen O'More
Lake of Coolfin, The
Let Others Breathe in Glowing Words
Mother's Lamentation, The
Mourn Not For Me
My Bonny Cuckoo
Oh Leave Me to My Sorrow
Peggy Bawn
Rakes of Mallow, The
Savourneen Deelish
Shule, agra
Smile, My Kathleen, Pray
Through All Bright Flowers
'Tis No Time to Take a Wife


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Subject: Index: The Odeon (Webb & Mason, 1837)
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 11 Dec 08 - 10:42 PM

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THE ODEON:
A Collection of Secular Melodies arranged and harmonized for four voices, designed for adult singing schools and for social music parties.

G. J. Webb and Lowell Mason, 1837; Pub. J. H. Wilkins & R. B. Carter, New York (others publishers listed).

Note! Odd order in part.

Are there Tidings
Araby's Daughter
A rosy crown we twine for thee
America
Barcarolle
Bounding Billows
Bonnie Doon
Blue Eyed Mary
Bring Flowers
Canadian Song (sleighing)
Canadian Boat Song
County Guy
Early Days
Erin! the Tear and the Smile in thine eyes
Friendship
Far, far o'er Hill and Dell
Forget not Me
Go where the Water glideth
How Cheering the thought
Homeward Bound
Hunter of Tyrol
Home! sweet Home
Hail! thee merry Month of May
Harvest Song
Hail! Columbia
Hark, the Lark
Invitation to the Singing School
Isle of Beauty, Fare Thee Well
I love the free ridge of the mountains
In the day-spring of youth
I see them on their winding way
Lovely Rose
May Morning
Morning, noon and night
My gentle harp
My baby sleep,
Marseilles Hymn
My bonnie dearie
O'er the waters gliding
O! tis the melody
Oh! how brightly
O swiftly glides the bonnie boat
Peaceful Slumbering
See our oars with feathered spray
See the conquering hero comes
Sweet summer is coming
Ship a hoy!
Sing, sister, sing
Serenade
Stream gently flowing
Summer is breathing
Sweet spring is returning
Softly the moonlight
The bird at sea
The Pilot
'Tis dawn! the lark is singing
The Sun
To the fringed gentian
The wild bird seeks the mountain rill
The Maltese Boatman's Song
The mountaineer's return
Tyrolese evening hymn
The merry flageolet
The captive knight
Truth and falsehood
'Tis the last rose of summer
The sweet birds are singing
The bucket
The vintager's evening hymn
The rose in June
The joys of harvest home
The bridal wreath
The angel's whisper
The spring time is come
The Pilgrim Fathers
The chimes of Zurich
Through forests drear
The adieu
The muleteer
The smile of contentment
The light of home
The sea-shore
The minute gun at sea
The evening bell
The shepherd's farewell
The Switzer's Song of home
The mellow horn
The echo
They are gone from the mountain home
The Swiss hunter
The German Watchman's song
The crystal hunters
The rose that all are praising
The Harp that once through Tara's Halls
Upon the mountain's distant head
Village bells
What makes the morn's fair beam
When the sweet night,
Would'st gain a friend?
When the day with rosy light
When the rosy morn appearing
When the moonlight streaming,

Appendix- singing instruction


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Subject: Index: Minstrel Songs Old and New (1882)
From: cetmst
Date: 12 Dec 08 - 07:02 AM

Minstrel Songs Old and New
no editor or compiler noted
Boston: Oliver Ditson Company 1882

Angel Gabriel (Oh! my soul, my soul am a gwine for to rest)
Angels Meet Me At the Crossroads
Adolphus Morning Glory
Angelina Baker
Alabama Blossoms
Balm of Gilead
Buffalo Gals
Boatman Dance
Carry Me Back to Tennessee
Camptown Races
Carry Me Back to Old Virginia
Clare de Kitchen
Darling Nelly Gray
Dixie's Land
Dearest Mae
Dandy Jim of Caroline
Don't Be Foolish, Joe
Early in de Morning
Ella Ree
Ellie Rhee
Folks That Put On Airs
Farewell, My Lilly Darling
Floating Scow of Old Virginny
Gum-Tree Canoe
Gwine to Run All Night
Gentle Annie
Good Sweet Ham
Good-bye Liza Jane
Gideon's Band
Gospel Raft
Gospel Wedding
Golden Slippers
History of de World
Hard Times, Come Again No More
I Seen Her At the Window
I Want to See the Old Home
In the Louisiana Lowlands
In the Morning, By the Bright Light
I'se Going Back to Dixie
I'll Be Dar
Jordan Is a Hard Road to Trabbel
Jim Along Josie
Jingle Bells
Jim Crow
Jim Crack Corn
Jolly Raftsman
Kingdom Coming
Keep in de Middle of de Road
Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane
Little Brown Jug
Listen to the Mocking-bird
Lilly Dale
Little More Cider
Lucy Neal
Lubly Dine
Lucy Long
Massa's in the Cold Ground
Melinda May
Mary Blane
My Old Kentucky Home, Good Night
Nelly Bly
Nelly Till
Nicodemus Johnson
Nelly Was a Lady
Old Folks At Home
Ole Shady
Oh, Sam!
Oh, I'se So Wicked!
Oh, Susannah
Old Bob Ridley
Old Dan Tucker
Oh, dat Watermelon
Oh! dem Golden Slippers
Old Home Ain't What It Used to Be
Old Dog Tray
Oh, Boys, Carry Me 'Long
Old Black Joe
Old Cabin Home
One-Horse Open Sleigh
Piccayune Butler
Poor Old Uncle Rufe
Poor Old Slave
Rosa Lee
Root, Hog, Or Die
Roll Out, Heave dat Cotton
Susan Jane
Settin' On a Rail
Sally, Come Up
Sing, Darkies, Sing
Stop That Knocking at the Door
Shine On
Twinkling Stars Are Lauging, Love
Trabbling Back to Georgia
Tombigbee River
Uncle Ned
Virginia Rosebud
Wake Nicodemus
Walk, Jawbone
Way Down Upon the Swanee River
Yaller Gal That Winked At Me
Zip Coon


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Subject: Index: Jacobite Relics of Scotland, 2nd Series
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 12 Dec 08 - 09:22 AM

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The Jacobite Relics of Scotland, Second Series
by James Hogg (Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1821)

A Balland, &c.
A lamentable Ditty on the Death of Geordie
Aikendrum
An excellent new Song on the Rebellion
An yon be he
Arms and the Man
Be valiant still
Bessy's Haggies
Bonny Charlie
Britons who dare to claim
By the side of a country Kirk Wall
Callum-a-Glen. From the Gaelic
Carlisle Yetts
Charlie is my Darling (Modern)
Charlie is my Darling (Original)
Charlie Stuart
Cock up your Beaver
Come let us be jovial
Culloden Day. From the Gaelic
Cumberland and Murray's Descent into Hell
Derwentwater
Dialogue, &c. &c.
Dialogue, &c. &c. Modern Set
Farewell to Glen-Shalloch. From the Gaelic
For an Apple of Gold
From Bogie Side; or, The Marquis's Raide
Geordie sits in Charlie's Chair
Gladsmuir
He comes, he comes, the hero comes
He winna be guided by me
Here's a Health to the valiant Swede
Here's his Health in Water
Highland Harry
Highland Laddie (Modern)
Johnnie Cope
Johnnie Cope Second Set
Kane to the King. From the Gaelic
Kenmure's on an' awa, Willie
Lament for the Lord Maxwell
Lassie, lie near me
Lawland Lassie
Lenachan's Farewell. From the Gaelic
Lewie Gordon
Lord Derwentwater's Goodnight
Macdonald's Gathering. From the Gaelic
Maclean's Welcome. From the Gaelic
Merry may the Keel row
Now Charles asserts his Father's right
O how shall I venture
O my bonny Highland Laddie
O my King
O'er the Water to Charlie
On the restoration of the Forfeited Estates, 1784
Our ain bonny Laddie
Prince Charles and Flora Macdonald's Welcome to Sky
Somebody
Song of Expostulations
The Athol Gathering
The Battle of Falkirk Moor
The Battle of Prestonpans
The Battle of Sheriffmuir
The Battle of Val
The Blackbird
The Clans are all away
The Clans are coming
The Frasers in the Correi. From the Gaelic
The Gathering Rant
The Highland Laddie
The Highland Widow's Lament
The Highlander's Farewell. From the Gaelic
The Highlander's Lament
The Highlandmen came down the Hill
The Hill of Lochiel. From the Gaelic
The King's Anthem
The Lament of Flora Macdonald. From the Gaelic
The Lovely Lass of Inverness
The Lovely Lass of Inverness. Modern Set
The Lusty Carlin
The Man o' the Moon
The Mayor of Carlisle
The Old Man's Lament
The Piper of Dundee
The Sun rises bright in France
The Tears of Scotland
The Tenth of June
The Whigs o' Fife
The White Cockade
The Young Maxwell
There was a Cooper
Tho' Geordie reigns in Jamie's Stead
Three Healths
To daunton me
To daunton me. Second Set
To daunton me. Third Set
To your arms, my bonny Highland Lads
Towly's Ghost
Turn the Blue Bonnet wha can, wha can
Turnimspike
Up an' rin awa, Willie
Up an' waur them a, Willie
Waes me for Prince Charlie (Modern)
Welcome, Royal Charlie
Welcome, Royal Charlie. Second Set
Wha wadna fight for Charlie
What ails thee, poor Shepherd
Whurry Whigs awa
Will he no come back again
Young Airly
Young Airly. Another Set
You're welcome, Charlie Stuart

APPENDIX

PART I JACOBITE SONGS


Bannocks o' Barley
Bauldy Fraser
Britons now retrieve your glory
Culloden
Culloden; or Lochiel's Farewell
Lament of old Duncan Skene, of Clan Donochie. From the Gaelic
Let Misers tremble o'er their wealth
Over the Seas an' far awa
Over the Seas an' far away
Owre the Muir amang the Heather (Modern)
Prince Charles's Lament
Scotland's Call
Strathallan's Lament
The appearance of Cromwell's Ghost on the eve of the battle of Culloden
The Bee-Hive
The Chevalier's Lament
The Emigrant
The Exile's Return
The Fate of Charlie
The Gathering of the Clans
The Lady looked frae her Ha'
The Song of M'Rimmon Glash. From the Gaelic
The Whigs' Glory (Modern)
The Wind has blawn my Plaid away
Though rugged and rough be the Land of my Birth

PART II WHIG SONGS

A Health to the Constitution
A Trip to the Mountains
Anniversary of Culloden
Bonny bonny Beef
Bonny Laddie, Highland Laddie
Come let the Toast go round
Fame, let thy Trumpet sound
Few good Fellows when Willie's awa
Fragments
Haud awa frae me, Donald
High Church Loyalty
How happy are we
In Edina's fair City
In troth, Friend Harry
In vain are the Hopes of a Popish Pretender
Nobody can deny
Nobody can deny
O Brother Sandie, hear ye the News
Over the Hills an' far away
Perkin's Lament
Perkin's Last adventure; or a Trip through the Back-Door
Stand round, my brave Boys
The Ablution
The Ape entrapped must not complain
The Battle o' Dumblane
The Battle of Falkirk
The Jacobites' Downfall
The Latter end of the Tories
The Raree Show
The Raree Show
The right and true History of Perkin
'Twas at the Hour of dark Midnight
Up an' waur them a', Willie
Willie is a warlike Prince
Ye Britons, ye Freemen
Ye freeborn Hearts, that hold most dear
Your glasses charge high, 'tis in brave William's praise


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Subject: Index: Twelve Romantic Scottish Ballads (Chambers)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 12 Dec 08 - 07:43 PM

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Twelve Romantic Scottish Ballads
With the original airs, arranged for the pianoforte
by Robert Chambers (Edinburgh: W. and R. Chambers, 1844).

Earl Richard
Earlistoun
Hughie Graham
Jock o' the Syde
Johnie o' Breadislee
Lady Mary Anne
Lord Randal
The Clerk's Twa Sons o' Owsenford
The Douglas Tragedy
The Twa Corbies
William and Margaret
Young Johnston


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Subject: Index: One Hundred Folksongs of All Nations
From: cetmst
Date: 12 Dec 08 - 09:36 PM

One Hundred Folksongs of All Nations
Edited by Granville Bantock
Boston, Oliver Ditson Company, 1911

Piano accompaniment, titles and lyrics in English and the original language, notes on the songs, bibliography

ENGLAND:
Sally In Our Alley
O Willow, Willow
Vicar of Bray, The
Come, Lasses and Lads

SCOTLAND:
Annie Laurie
My Ain Kind Dearie, O
Laird of Cockpen, The
O Logie o' Buchan

IRELAND:
Last Rose of Summer, The
Minstrel Boy, The
Daughters of Erin, The
Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow, The

WALES:
All Through the Night (Ar hyd y nos)
Hunting the Hare (Hela'r 'sgyvarnog)
Ash Grove, The (Llwyn On)

MANX:
Hunt the Wren

FRANCE:
Dans notre village (In Our Happy Village)
Il était un' bergère There Was a Little Maiden)
O ma tendre Musette (Sing to Me, Sweet Musetta)
Sur la pont d'Avignon (On the Bridge of Avignon)

TROUBADOURS:
Quant li Rosignol jolis (When the Nightingale Shall Sing)
L'autrier par la matinée (Early Strolling At My Leisure)

MINNESINGERS:
Sommerlied (Summertime)
Minnelied (Minstrel Song)

GERMANY:
Aenchen von Tharau
O du lieber Augustin
Treue Liebe
Die Lorelei
Muss i denn
Das zerbrochene Ringlein (The Broken Ring)
'S is mir Alles Eins (All's the Same to Me)
Lebewohl (Farewell)
In Kühlen Keller (In Cellar Cool
O Tannenbaum
Der Wirthin Töchterlein (The Hostess' Daughter)

SWITZERLAND:
Von meinem Bergle (From These Dear Mountains)
Im Argäu sind zweu Lieli (In Argau Dwelt Two Sweethearts)

AUSTRIA:
Werbung (Wooing)

TYROL:
Tyroler sind lustig (Tyrolese Are Blithesome)

STYRIA:
Hoch vom Dachstein (From the Mountain's Height)

HUNGARY:
Magasan repül a daru (Hungaria's Treasure)
Seprik a Váradi utczát (Varadi's Highways)

BOHEMIA:
Wsak nám tak nebude (The Treasure)

NETHERLANDS:
Waer dat men sich (Where'er Man Ranges)
Rosa

ITALY:
La Vera Sorrentina (The Fair Maid of Sorrento)
La Ricciolella (Oh,Come to Me)
Santa Lucia

SICILY:
Forsi pirchinun m' ami (So This Is Sad Love's Ending)

SPAIN:
A un niño ciegocito (Unto a Poor Blind Lover)
Yo m'alegro de habèr sido (It 'tis Sorrow So to Love Thee)
Cancion de Maja

PORTUGAL:
Cançao do Figueiral (Song of the Fig-Tree Orchard)
Modinha (Wherefore Have Thy Lips Denied Me?)

DENMARK:
Gaaer jeg udi skoven (I Wander Throught Woodlands)
Marsk Stigs Døttre

ICELAND:
Tölf Synir (Bravely Sails My Bark)

NORWAY:
Jeg lagde mig saa silde (I Laid Me Down to Rest)
Hjemreise fra Saeteren (Homeward From the Mountains)
Kau fra Hallingdalen (Dearest Maiden)

SWEDEN:
Liten Karin
Vermeland
Necken's Polska (On a Crystal Throne)

RUSSIA:
Vo polé tuman zatumanelsya (Over Fields and Over Meadows)
Dalekaya i blezkaya (O'er the Distant Lonely Mountain)
Kak po sadeku In the shade of the Garden Strolling)
Chanson des Rues
Zéléna grusha
(Ah! See the Old Pear Tree)
Zaplaitesya plaiten (Come and Twine the Slim Boughs)

POLAND:
Krakowiak (Dearest Maiden, Hark, I Pray Thee)
Mazurek (Little Cottage Lowly)

FINLAND:
Runo-laulu (Home My Sweetheart Comes From Roving)

LAPLAND: Laulu Lapista (There's ne'er a Blowwom

LITHUANIA:
Daina

BOSNIA:
Paul i kolo (Why So Silent, Tell Me, Birdie)

SERVIA:
Pjesma (Come, My Dearest)

BULGARIA:
Tri godini (The Outlaw)

TURKEY:
Charki Hidjaz (The Sun Hangs High)

GREECE:
The Musician

SYRIA:
Ainta (Sleep My Child)
Charo ( (Upon Thy Lips)

MOROCCO:
Zohra

ALGERIA:
Ma Gazelle (My Beloved)

TUNIS:
Chanson Mauresque (Soleima)

TRIPOLI:
Stamboul

EGYPT:
Doos yá lelle (Love-Song)
Lá ilahá illalláh (There's No Deity But God)

ARABIA:
Thine Eyes Are Bright With Fire

PERSIA:
Guschi ki behakk
Durwan's Song

INDIA:
O re bho lá ma-n re (Snake-Charmer's Song

CHINA:
Jasmin Flower

JAPAN:
Haru-no-uta (New Year song)
Sakura (Cherry-Bloom)

AMERICAN INDIAN:
Pawnee War Song
Shicé Shicé

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:
Old Folks At Home
Tenting On the Old Camp Ground
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Subject: Index: The Song Lore of Ireland (Mason, 1911)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 13 Dec 08 - 12:08 AM

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The Song Lore of Ireland
Erin's Story in Music and Verse
by Redfern Mason (New York: The Baker & Taylor Co., 1911)

CONTENTS

I. The Beginnings
II. The Bards and Minstrels
III. How the Songs Came Down to Us
IV. The Nature of Irish Music
V. Songs of Joy and Sorrow
VI. Songs of Work and Play
VII. Songs of Faerie and the Spirit World
VIII. Songs of Pagan Chivalry
IX. Gael and Gall
X. The Curse of Cromwell
XI. The Jacobite Illusion
XII. The Dawning of the Day

Musical Illustrations

Ex. 1. The Coulin
Ex. 2. The Coulin as Sung in Clare
Ex. 3. The Coulin Embroidered by Harpers
Ex. 4. Major Scale of C
Ex. 5. Celtic Scale
Ex. 6. Limerick, Air Based on Five-note Scale
Ex. 7. The Last Rose
Ex. 8. My Love's an Arbutus
Ex. 9. Mixolydian Scale
Ex. 10. Scale of G Major
Ex. 11. Hypodorian Scale
Ex. 12. Scale of A Minor
Ex. 13. O Arranmore
Ex. 14. Uileacan dubh O
Ex. 15. Ben Erinn i
Ex. 16. Eileen Aroon
Ex. 17. Ballinderry
Ex. 18. Paisteen Fionn
Ex. 19. Nora of the Amber Hair
Exs. 20, 21 and 22. Lullabies
Ex. 23. Keen
Ex. 24. Plow Tune
Ex. 25. Smith's Song
Ex. 26. Spinning Song
Ex. 27. Theme of Scherzo of "Eroica" Symphony
Ex. 28. Jig. Three Little Drummers
Ex. 29. Kerry Jig. Wink and She Will Follow You
Ex. 30. Clare Reel. Toss the Feathers
Ex. 31. Song of Oonagh
Ex. 32. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Ex. 33. The Cry of the Banshee
Ex. 34. Lamentation of Deirdre
Ex. 35. Dirge of Ossian
Ex. 36. Gathering Sound
Ex. 37. Roisin Dubh
Ex. 38. Grania Waile
Ex. 39. Lament


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Subject: Index: Poets and Poetry of Munster (Mangan, O'Daly
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 13 Dec 08 - 01:07 AM

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The Poets and Poetry of Munster
A selection of Irish songs by the poets of the last century
With poetical translations by the late James Clarence Mangan
Now for the first time published with the original music and biographical sketches of the authors.
By John O'Daly. Second edition.
(Dublin: John O'Daly, 1850).

POETRY

Andrew Magrath's Reply to John O'Tuomy - 67
As I Was Walking One Evening Fair, &c. - 5
Black-Haired Fair Rose - 211
Braes of Carrick Bann, The - 281
Brightest of Bright, The - 24
Brown Thorn, The - 239
Caitilin Ni Uallachain - 133
Conor O'Riordan's Vision - 119
Conor O'Sullivan's Vision - 255
Cuilfhion, The - 125
Dame of the Slender Wattle - 13
Dark Fairy Rath - 181
Dark Maiden of the Valley - 185
Donall na Greine - 161
Donogh O'Sullivan's Reply to Conor O'Sullivan - 259
Edmund of the Hill - 219
Edward Nagle's Vision - 245
Fair Hills of Eire, O!, The - 45
Fair-Haired Child, The - 177
Fairy Rath of Bruff, The - 203
Farewell to Patrick Sarsfield, A - 271
Flower of All Maidens, The - 83
Georgey the Dotard - 97
Geraldine's Daughter - 93, 189
Have You Been at Carrick? - 287
Health to King Charles, A - 147
Isabel Ni Brian - 173
John O'Tuomy's Drinking Song - 65
Kate Ni Neill - 207
Lament for Kilcash, A - 197
Lament for the Fenians, A - 51
Leather Away with the Wattle, O! - 193
Little Bench of Rushes, The - 129
Little Black-Haired Rose - 215
Maid of the Raven Locks - 41
Maiden, The - 73
Mangaire Sugach's Pastime, The - 87
Moirin Ni Chuillionnain - 57, 117, 127
My Darling Mary - 225
Patrick Condon's Vision - 251
Peter O'Dornin's Courtship - 107
Reply to the Maiden, A - 75
Return of Wild Geese, The - 169
Rev Patrick O'Brian's Vision, The - 261
River Lee, The - 269
Seaghan Buidhe - 171
Sighile Ni Gara - 101
Spirit of Song - 61
Star of Kilkenny, The - 91
Virgin, Wife, and Widow, The - 143
Wandering Exile, The - 231
Welcome for King Charles, A - 139
Whack at the Whigs, A - 77
Whiskey on the Way - 235
White's Daughter of the Dell - 157

AIRS IN THIS VOLUME

Black-Haired Fair Rose - 210, 211
Braes of Carrick Bann, The - 280
Brown Little Mallet, The - 228
Brown Thorn, The - 238
Caitilin Ni Uallachain - 132
Cuilfhion, The - 124
Dark Maiden of the Valley - 184
Donall of the Sun - 160
Edmund of the Hill - 218
Fair-Haired Child, The - 176
Fairy Rath of Bruff, The - 202
For Ireland I'd Not Tell Her Name - 266
Growling Old Woman, The - 64
Have You Been at Carrick? - 286, 290
High Cauled Cap, The - 40
Hill of Feilim, The - 106
Humours of Glynn, The - 138
John O'Dwyer of the Glen - 146
John the Yellow - 168
Leather Away with the Wattle, O! - 192
Leather the Wig - 76
Little Bench of Rushes, The - 128
Little Heathy Hill, The - 70
Little Mary Cullenan - 56
Little Stack of Barley, The - 250
Maid Eire Is She, The - 72
Mower, The - 118
My Darling Mary - 224
Old Man, The - 96, 97
Open the Door, O! - 244
Pretty Girl Milking the Cows - 82
Red-Haired Man's Wife, The - 166
Sighile Ni Ghadharadh - 100
Soft Deal Board, The - 230
Turlogh the Brave - 248
Uileacan Dubh O! - 44
Wallet of Silk, The - 222
White Cockade, The - 50


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Subject: Index: The New Treasury of Song (1892)
From: cetmst
Date: 13 Dec 08 - 05:31 PM

The New Treasury of Song
D.H.Morrison and Myron W. Whitney, Musical Editors
Union Publishing House, New Yor
Copyright, 1892, by Hubbard Publishing Company

All's Well
Amalia
Anchored
Annie Lawrie
Annie Rooney
Are Ye Sleeping, Maggie?
Arrow and the Song, The
At Jesus' Feet
At the Wicket Gate
Auld Days
Awake! Awake! For the Spring Has Come
Baby Mine
Battle Prayer, The
Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms
Best of All
Beautiful City, The
Beautiful City of God, The
Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms
Best of all
Bethesda
Beware
Birdie Looking Out for Me
Birdie's Evening Prayer, The
Blue Bells of Scotland, The
Bonnie Doon
Bring Him Back Again
Bugler, The
Canadian Boat Song
Cast Thy Bread Upon the Waters
Come Unto Me (Geibel)
Come Unto Me (Marshall)
Comrades
Cork Leg, The
Cuckoo in the Orchard, The
De Cabin on the Mississippi Shore
Dear Refuge
Dearest Mae
Down the Green Lane
Dreaming
Drifting Clouds
Erin! The Tear and the Smile
Eternity
Every Day Blessings
Ev'ry Bullet Has Its Billet
Fair Katie
Fairly Caught
Flower of Love, The
Forever and Forever
Garden Gate, The
Gipsy Countess, The
Glorious News
Going to Market
Golden Age Is Coming, The
Graces (4)
Gracious Spirit, Love Divine
Gratitude
Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah
Ham!
Hark! the Angels' Song Is Singing
Haul, Taut and Belay
Have You Sir John Hawkins' History? (Round)
He Kissed Me and I Knew 'Twas Wrong
He's a Man Among a Hundred
Helen's Babies
Highland Mary
Hold My Hand
Holy Night! Peaceful Night!
Home I Long to See, The
Home to the Mountains
I Dream'd a Dream
I Prithee, Give Me Back My Heart
I Was Glad
I Will Arise
I'd Mourn the Hopes That Leave Me
I'se Comin' Close to Eighty Year
I've Something Sweet to Tell You
In Old Madrid
In the Chimney Corner
In the Gloaming
Irish Exile, The
It Was a Song My Mother Sang
Jerusalem the Golden
Jolly Jack Tars
Kate Kearney
Kerry Dance, The
Kitty of Coleraine
Laddie
Land Without a Storm, A
Last Cigar
Last Rose of Summer, The
Lead, Kindly Light
Lesson Books
Let Erin Remember the Days of Old
Let Thy Merciful Kindness, O Lord
Little Dof Under the Wagon, The
Little Fishermaiden, The
Little Tin Soldier, The
Little Volunteers, The
Little Wife Nelly
Lost Chord, The
Love Me Little, Love Me Long
Love's Replies
Lovely, Silent Night
Maid of the Mill
Mary and John, or, The Lovers' Quarrels
Meeting of the Waters, The
Message From the King, The
Minstrel Boy, The
Mister Speaker, Tho' 'Tis Late (Round)
Mother's Gentle Love, A
Mountaineer, The
Murmuring Sea, The
My Boy, Remember Me
My Old Cottage Home
My Gentle Harp
My Little Sweetheart
My Old Cottage Home
Names Upon the Sand
Nannie
Nearer
Never to Know
New Kingdom, The
Norah, the Pride of Kildare
O! Hush Thee, My Baby
O Loving Heart, Trust On
O Thou, Who Makest the Sun to Rise
Oh, Are Ye Sleeping, Maggie?
Oh, That We Two Were Maying
Oh, Wert Thou in the Cauld Blast?
Ohé! mamma
Old Oaken Bucket, The
Old Stone Mill, The
On the Rocks By Aberdeen
Once More We Meet
Only a Little Beggar Maiden
Only Once More
Open Door, The
Outpost, The
Panel, Plaque and Tile
Playmates
Prayer From Die Freischütz
Refuge
Remember Now Thy Creator
Ring Dem Heavenly Bells
Ring On, My Bells
Robin Adair
Romany Lass, The
Rose-Bush, The
Rosy Goblet, The
Sabbath Song, The
Sailing
Sand-Man, The
Scout, The
Scots Wha Hae Wi' Wallace Bled
Shells of Ocean
Sigh No More, Ladies
Silver Bells of Memory
Silver Moonlight
Sister's Love, A
Sleep! Baby, Sleep!
Somewhere!
Song of Thankfulness, A
Song and the Singer, The
Songs My Darling Sang, The
Spare the Bonnets
Swift Hunter, The
That Is Love
There's a Green Hill
There's a Land 'Mid the Stars
There's a Little Leaf, Dear Jamie
Thou Art With Me, O My Father
Thy Sentinal Am I
'Tis Home I Long to See
Tit for Tat
Trancadillo
True Till Death
True to the Last
Trumpet Will Sound in the Morning, The
Twickenham Ferry
Two Grenadiers, The
Two Merry Girls
Vagabond, The
Vive L'Amour
Watch on the Rhine
Watcher at the Gate, The
Welcome Meeting, The
When the Corn Is Gathered In
When the Tide Comes In
Wi' a Hundred Pipers
Within a Mile of Edinboro'
Word of God Incarnate
Words Beyond Recall
Wouldn't You Like to Know?
Ye'll Soon Be Gang Awa'


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From: Jim Dixon
Date: 15 Dec 08 - 11:59 AM

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The Spirit of the Nation
Ballads and Songs by the Writers of "The Nation" [Irish periodical]
With Original and Ancient Music, Arranged for the Voice and Piano-Forte
(Dublin: James Duffy, 1845)

INDEX TO THE POEMS.

POEM; AIR; WRITER; PAGE
Adieu to Innisfail; An Chruisgin Lan; R. D. Williams; 81
Aid yourselves, and God will aid you; —; Sliabh Cuilinn; 281
Annie Dear; Maids in May; Thomas Davis; 186
Anti-Irish Irishman; Feadam ma's ail liom; Hugh Harkan; 54
Ant-Sean bhean bhochd; An t-Sean bhean bhochd; Michael Doheny; 133
Arms of Eighty-two; —; M. J. Barry; 6
Awake, and lie dreaming no more; Eire go bragh; Author of "The Deserted College"; 19
Ballad of Freedom; —; Thomas Davis; 161
Banks of the Lee; A Trip to the Cottage; Thomas Davis; 247
Battle Eve of the Brigade; Contented I am; Thomas Davis; 158
Battle of Beal-an-atha-Buidhe; Paddy Whack; William Drennan; 47
Battle of Gleann-da-Locha; —; M. J. M'Cann; 153
Battle of Limerick; Garryowen; Thomas Davis; 303
Bide your Time; Original; M. J. Barry; 102
Bishop of Ross; —; Dr. Madden; 305
Blind Mary; Blind Mary; Thomas Davis; 235
Boyhood's Years; —; Rev. C. Meehan; 83
Bride of Mallow; —; Thomas Davis; 136
Brothers, arise; —; G. S. Phillips; 76
Burial, The; —; Thomas Davis; 179
Cate of Araglen; An Cailin Ruadh; Denny Lane; 277
Cate of Ceann-mare; —; D. F. M'Carthy; 298
Cease to do evil, learn to do well; —; D. F. M'Carthy; 163
Celts and Saxons; —; Thomas Davis; 191
Clare's Dragoons; Viva la; Thomas Davis; 290
Come, fill every glass to o'erflowing; One Bumper at Parting; M. J. Barry; 42
Dalcais War Song; Fag an Bealach; M. J. M'Cann; 178
Day Dreamer; —; Charles Gavan Duffy; 151
Dear Land; Original; Sliabh Cuilinn; 22
Devil may care; —; J. Keegan; 74
Dream of the future; —; D. F. M'Carthy; 174
Eibhlin a Ruin; —; Thomas Davis; 15
Eire a Ruin; Eibhlin a ruin; Sliabh Cuilinn; 127
Emmet's Death; —; —; 242
England's Ultimatum; —; Sliabh Cuilinn; 199
Erin, our own little Isle; The Carabhat Jig; Fermoy; 14
Exterminator's Song; —; J. C. O'Callaghan; 183
Fag an Bealach; Original; Charles Gavan Duffy; 3
Fall of the leaves; —; Rev. C. Meehan; 295
Fate of King Dathi; —; Thomas Davis; 104
Father Mathew; —; —; 87
Fill high to-night; —; William Mulchinoeck; 165
Fireside; —; D. F. M'Carthy; 73
Fontenoy; —; Thomas Davis; 213
Gathering of the Nation; —; J. D. Frazer; 138
Geraldines; —; Thomas Davis; 141
Girl of Dunbuidhe; —; Thomas Davis; 60
Green above the Red; Irish Molly, O; Thomas Davis; 264
Green Flag; O'Connell's March; M. J. Barry; 250
Health, A; —; J. D. Frazer; 315
Highway for Freedom; Boyne Water; Clarence Mangan; 321
Hope deferred; Oh ! art thou gone, my Mary dear; Thomas Davis; 187
Hymn of Freedom; Original; M. J. Barry; 146
Innis Eoghain; —; Charles Gavan Duffy; 110
Irish Arms' Bill; —; William Drennan; 24
Irish Catholic to his Protestant Brother; —; Sliabh Cuilinn; 8
Irish War Song; The World's turned upside down; Edward Walsh; 30
Israelite Leader; —; A——; 253
Lament for Eibhlin O'Brin; —; —; 171
Lament for Owen Roe O'Neill; —; Thomas Davis; 5
Lament for the Milesians; Bruach na Carraige baine; Thomas Davis; 238
Lay Sermon; —; Charles Gavan Duffy; 300
Lion and Serpent; —; R. D. Williams; 68
Lost Path; Gradh mo Chroidhe; Thomas Davis; 99
Love Song; —; Charles Gavan Duffy; 61
Love's Longings; —; Thomas Davis; 255
Memory of the Dead; Original; —; 46
Men of the North; —; Charles Gavan Duffy; 97
Mo Chraoibhin Aoibhinn aluin og; Chraoibhin Aoibhinn; Edward Walsh; 94
Mullaghmaist; —; R. D. Williams; 65
Munster; —; Sliabh Cuilinn; 241
Munster War Song; And doth not a Meeting; R. D. Williams; 194
Muster of the North; —; Charles Gavan Duffy; 26
My Grave; —; Thomas Davis; 38
My Land; —; Thomas Davis; 219
Nation once again; Original; Thomas Davis; 274
Nationality; —; Thomas Davis; 166
Nation's First Number; Rory O'More; Clarence Mangan; 39
Native Swords; Boyne Water; Thomas Davis; 34
New Year's Song; Original; D. F. M'Carthy; 190
O'Connell; —; Astrea; 10
O'Domhnall abu; —; M. J. M'Cann; 118
Oh! for a Steed!; Original; Thomas Davis; 210
Oh! the Marriage; The Swaggering Jig; Thomas Davis; 222
Oh, had I the wings of a Bird; —; D. F. M'Carthy; 116
O'Neill's Vow; —; Michael Doheny; 57
Orange and Green will carry the day; Protestant Boys; Thomas Davis; 318
Orphan Child; —; —; 130
O'Sullivan's Return; —; Thomas Davis; 78
Our Course; Original; J. D. Frazer; 286
Our Hopes; Original; Sliabh Cuilinn; 234
Our Own Again; —; Thomas Davis; 310
Ourselves Alone; Original; Sliabh Cuilinn; 64
Paddies Evermore; Paddies Evermore; Sliabh Cuilinn; 114
Past and Present; —; Sliabh Cuilinn; 320
Patience; —; Spartacus; 263
Patriot Brave; —; R. D. Williams; 293
Patriot's Haunts; —; William Mulchinoeck; 313
Peasant Girls; —; —; 149
Penal Days; Wheelwright; Thomas Davis; 198
Pillar Towers of Ireland; —; D. F. M'Carthy; 279
Place where Man should die; —; M. J. Barry; 223
Pretty Girl milking her Cow; Cailin dhas cruiteadhna m-bo; M. J. Barry; 292
Price of Freedom; —; D. F. M'Carthy; 108
Rally for Ireland; Original; Thomas Davis; 125
Recruiting Song of the Irish Brigade; White Cockade; Maurice O'Connell, M.P.; 258
Resistance; —; M. J. Barry; 239
Right Road; —; Thomas Davis; 120
Saint Lawrence's Address to the Irish Chieftains; —; Charles Gavan Duffy; 225
Saxon Shilling; —; K. T. Buggy; 58
Slaves' Bill; —; William Drennan; 135
Song for July the 12th, 1843; Boyne Water; J. D. Frazer; 35
Song of '44; Alley Croker; M. J. Barry; 89
Song of the Poor; —; —; 275
Song of the Volunteers of 1782; Boyne Water; Thomas Davis; 36
Songs of the Nation; —; Edward Walsh; 159
Sonnet; —; E. N. Shannon; 11
Sonnets; —; Charles Gavan Duffy; 103
St. Patrick's Day; St. Patrick's Day; M. J. Barry; 259
Stand together; —; Beta; 18
Steady; —; R. D. Williams; 55
Step together; Original; M. J. Barry; 262
Sweet and Sad; —; Thomas Davis; 265
Sword, The; Original; M. J. Barry; 170
Thirtieth of May; —; Sliabh Cuilinn; 201
Tipperary; Original; Thomas Davis; 86
Tone's Grave; —; Thomas Davis; 129
Traveller's Testimony; Nora Creina; Theta; 91
True Irish King; —; Thomas Davis; 244
Tyrol and Ireland; The Dawning of the Day; Theta; 16
Union, The; —; Sliabh Cuilinn; 147
Up for the Green; The Wearing of the Green; Fermoy; 218
Victor's Burial; —; Thomas Davis; 283
Voice and Pen; —; D. F. M'Carthy; 211
Voice of Labour; —; Charles Gavan Duffy; 50
Vow of Tipperary; Tipperary; Thomas Davis; 159
War Song, A.D. 1597; Original; —; 313
Was it a Dream; Then in came the Miller; John O'Connell, M. P.; 95
Watch and Wait; Paddy will you now?; Charles Gavan Duffy; 285
Welcome; Buaicailin Buidhe; Thomas Davis; 270
West's asleep; Brink of the White Rocks; Thomas Davis; 72
Wexford Massacre; —; M. J. Barry; 23
What are Repealers; Gallant Tipperary O!; Edward Walsh; 140
What's my Thought like; —; John O'Connell, M. P.; 41
Who speaks or strikes; Fag an Bealach; D. F. M'Carthy; 251
Why, Gentles, why; Way, Soldiers, why; L. N. F.; 271
Wild Geese; Kitty O'Hara; M. J. Barry; 230


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Subject: Index: The School Song Book (McConathy, 1910)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 16 Dec 08 - 04:00 PM

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The School Song Book
Unison Songs and Part-Songs for General Singing
Students' Edition – Vocal Parts Only
by Osbourne McConathy
(Boston: C. C. Birchard & Company, 1910)

SUBJECT - COMPOSER - PAGE

Abide with Me - Monk - 149
Ah! I Have Sighed to Rest Me - Verdi - 21
Alice, Where Art Thou? - Ascher - 77
All through the Night - Owen - 60
America - Carey - 120
American Hymn, The - Keller - 128
And We're All Nodding - Old Song - 88
Angel, The - Rubinstein - 102
Angels Ever Bright and Fair - Handel - 84
Annie Laurie - Scott - 112
Annie of Tharau - Silcher - 60
Anvil Chorus - Verdi - 32
Army, The - Jakobowski - 118
As Pants the Wearied Hart - Dykes - 151
At Pierrot's Door - French - 11
Auld Lang Syne - Scotch - 120
Austrian Hymn - Haydn - 137
Awake, My Soul - Handel - 140
Banks of Allan Water, The - Scotch - 79
Battle Cry of Freedom, The - Root - 119
Battle Hymn of the Republic, The - - 125
Bedouin Love Song - Pinsuti - 74
Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms - Old Irish - 32
Bell Doth Toll, The (Round) - - 22
Ben Bolt - Kneass - 28
Blacksmith, The - Mozart - 8
Blow, Ye Winds, Heigh-Ho! - Old English - 20
Bonnie Doon - Millar - 79
Broken Ring, The - Gluck - 89
But the Lord Is Mindful of His Own - Mendelssohn - 80
Butterfly Boat, A - Millocker - 17
Call to Battle - Verdi - 62
Campbells Are Coming, The - Scotch - 116
Cast Thy Burden - Mendelssohn - 25
Chorale - Wagner - 2
Christmas Hymn - Mendelssohn - 145
Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean - Shaw - 124
Come, Holy Spirit - Dykes - 150
Come, My Soul, Thou Must Be Waking - Haydn - 134
Come, Thou Almighty King - De Giardini - 135
Comin' thro' the Rye - Scotch - 94
Cradle Song - Schubert - 94
Dearest Spot, The - Wrighton - 126
Dedication - Franz - 2
Dennis - Nageli - 135
Dixie's Land - Emmett - 117
Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes - Old English - 63
Duke Street - Hatton - 141
Early to Bed (Round) - - 85
Easter - Faure - 85
Ecce Quam Bonum - - 38
Even Bravest Heart May Swell - Gounod - 40
Evening Prayer - Weber - 144
Fairy Waltz - Millocker - 101
Farewell, Summer - Flotow - 58
Farewell, The - Beethoven - 82
Father, Again to Thy Dear Name - Dykes - 150
Father, Hear the Prayer We Offer - Mozart - 144
Father, Whate'er of Earthly Bliss - Mason - 142
Flee as a Bird - Spanish - 28
Flow Gently, Sweet Afton - Spilman - 34
Football Game, The - Koschat - 42
From Ill Do Thou Defend Me - Bach - 14
Gipsies, The - Beethoven - 31
Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken - Haydn - 137
God Be with Us - Hatton - 141
Good-Night, Farewell - Kucken - 99
Graduation Farewell - Sullivan - 15
Guardian Angels - Schumann - 53
Hail to the Heroes - Verdi - 104
Hail, Columbia - Phyla - 123
Harp That Once through Tara's Halls, The - Irish - 7
Heart Bowed Down, The - Balfe - 89
Highland Cradle Song - Schumann - 92
Hiring Fair, The - Planquette - 38
Holy Night - Gruber - 148
Holy Spirit, Light Divine - Gottschalk - 146
Holy! Holy! Holy - Dykes - 152
Home to Our Mountains - Verdi - 24
Home, Sweet Home - Bishop - 94
How Can I Leave Thee - Folk Song - 121
How Gentle God's Commands - Nageli - 135
Huntsmen, The (Round) - - 13
Hymn of Peace - Beethoven - 103
I Hear the Soft Note - Sullivan - 68
I Would That My Love - Mendelssohn - 65
If with All Your Hearts - Mendelssohn - 9
In Old Madrid - Trotere - 6
In the Gloaming - Harrison - 99
Integer Vitae - Flemming - 151
Italia - Suppe - 26
Italian Hymn - De Giardini - 135
Jerusalem Above - Ward - 138
Jerusalem the Golden - Ewing - 139
Jingle Bells - - 112
Juanita - Spanish - 39
Kathleen Mavourneen - Crouch - 35
Killarney - Balfe - 95
King of Love My Shepherd Is, The - Dykes - 147
Largo - Handel - 95
Lass with the Delicate Air, The - Arne - 11
Last Night the Nightingale Woke Me - Kjerulf - 84
Last Rose of Summer, The - Irish - 69
Lead Us, Heavenly Father - Haydn - 148
Lead, Kindly Light - Dykes - 148
Let Me like a Soldier Fall - Wallace - 83
Life on the Ocean Wave, A - Russell - 33
Linden Tree, The - Schubert - 110
Long, Long Ago - Bayley - 73
Look Down from Heaven - Mendelssohn - 3
Lord Is My Shepherd, The - Smart - 86
Lord, Thy Glory - Beethoven - 136
Lord's Prayer, The - Tallis - 130
Loreley, The - Silcher - 100
Love's Old Sweet Song - Molloy - 10
Lullaby - Brahms - 7
Magnet and the Churn, The - Sullivan - 30
Marching through Georgia - Work - 130
Marseillaise Hymn - De Lisle - 132
Maryland, My Maryland - German - 126
Massa's in the Cold, Cold Ground - Foster - 113
Memorial Day March - Chopin - 90
Men of Harlech - Welsh - 108
Merrily, Merrily (Round) - - 88
Minstrel Boy, The - Irish - 19
Minuet, The - Mozart - 52
Morning Song - Saint-Saens - 14
My Country, 'Tis of Thee - Carey - 120
My Mother's Eyes - Franz - 67
My Old Kentucky Home - Foster - 93
Nancy Lee - Adams - 74
National Game, The - Suppe - 70
Navy, The - Suppe - 80
Now the Day Is Over - Barnby - 147
Now to the Banquet We Press - Sullivan - 12
O Fair Dove! O Fond Dove - Gatty - 64
O Fly with Me - Mendelssohn - 84
O Hush Thee, My Babie - Sullivan - 4
O Paradise, O Paradise - Barnby - 152
O Who Will o'er the Downs So Free - De Pearsall - 78
O, Wert Thou in the Cauld Blast - Mendelssohn - 10
Oh, Charlie Is My Darling - Scotch - 22
Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful - Reading - 141
Oh, Italia, Beloved - Donizetti - 54
Oh, Worship the King - Haydn - 136
Old Folks at Home - Foster - 114
Old Hundred - - 134
On Billow Rocking - Planquette - 51
Onward, Christian Soldiers - Sullivan - 138
Our Patriot Fathers - Sullivan - 107
Out on the Deep - Lohr - 8
Over the Summer Sea - Verdi - 75
Pirate King, The - Sullivan - 18
Portuguese Hymn - Reading - 141
Praise the Lord - Saint-Saens - 18
Praise to God, Immortal Praise - Kocher - 143
Quilting Party, The - College Song - 114
Rise, Crowned with Light - Von Lwoff - 133
Robin Adair - Scotch - 7
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep - Knight - 35
Roman War Hymn - Wagner - 72
Rosebud of the Wildwood - Schubert - 102
Round the Lord in Glory Seated - Cobb - 142
Russian Hymn - von Lwoff - 133
Santa Lucia - Italian - 61
Scenes That Are Brightest - Wallace - 82
Scotland's Burning (Round) - - 45
Send Out Thy Light - Gounod - 66
Shadows of the Evening Hours, The - Hiles - 153
Silent Heroes - Planquette - 100
Sir, Pray Be So Good (Round) - Purcell - 23
Sleep and Rest - Mozart - 87
Softly Now the Light of Day - Weber - 111
Soldiers' Chorus - Gounod - 96
Soldier's Farewell - Kinkel - 9
Song of Joy, A - Bononcini - 1
Speed Our Republic - Keller - 128
Star-Spangled Banner, The - Smith - 122
Swanee River - Foster - 114
Sweet and Low - Barnby - 110
Sweet Days, Farewell - Nessler - 59
Then You'll Remember Me - Balfe - 60
There's Music in the Air - College Song - 115
Three Blind Mice (Round) - - 107
Thy Way, Not Mine - Weber - 140
Torpedo and the Whale, The - Audran - 76
Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! - Root - 129
Warrior Bold, A - Adams - 39
Watch on the Rhine, The - Wilhelm - 127
Welcome, Sweet Spring - Rubinstein - 29
Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea, A - Old Song - 81
When the Foeman Bares His Steel - Sullivan - 46
When the Swallows Homeward Fly - Abt - 34
Who Is Sylvia? - Schubert - 61
Who Treads the Path of Duty - Mozart - 83
Yankee Doodle - Old Air - 131
Young Hopeful - Sullivan - 23


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Subject: Index: Old Plantation Hymns (Barton, 1899)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 16 Dec 08 - 06:24 PM

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Old Plantation Hymns
A collection of hitherto unpublished melodies of the slave and the freedman, with historical and descriptive notes.
By William Eleazar Barton
(Boston: Lamson, Wolffe and Company, 1899)

Anybody Here? - 21
Been Down into the Sea - 44
Before I'd Be a Slave - 25
Big Camp Meeting in the Promised Land - 29
Cold, Icy Hand - 8
Come Along - 13
Comfort in Heaven - 12
Crownd Him Lord of All - 29
Dem Charming Bells - 15
Dese Dry Bones of Mine - 11
Done Been Sanctified - 31
Don't You Want to Go - 31
Down by the River - 13
Down in the Valley to Pray - 4
Git on the Evening Train - 33
Goin' Over on de Uddah Side of Jordan - 5
Gone Along - 8
Gwine ter Jine de Band - 28
Hard to Rise Again - 11
Heaven Bells Ringin' in My Soul - 10
Heaven Bells Ringin', And I'm A-Goin' Home - 20
How Long, Watchman? - 36
Howdy, Howdy! - 4
I Don't Want You Go On and Leave Me - 23
I Want to Die A-Shouting - 12
I Want to Go Where Jesus Is - 13
I'll Be There - 19
I'm Goin' to Sing - 27
I'm Goin' to Walk with Jesus By Myself - 30
In That Great Day - 43
Jes' Gwine Ober in de Heabenlye Lan' - 42
Little David, Play on Your Harp - 26
Mighty Day - 20
Mighty Rocky Road - 6
Motherless Child - 18
New Born Again - 7
New Burying Ground - 35
Peter on the Sea - 40
Po' Me - 24
Pray On - 14
Rule Death in His Arms - 22
Sabbath Has No End - 37
Sinner, You Better Get Ready - 26
Soldier for Jesus - 27
Soldier of the Cross - 9
Soon in de Morning - 6
Stand on a Sea of Glass - 28
Stay in the Field - 27
Sweet Heaven - 10
Tell Bruddah Lijah - 5
The Christians' Hymn of the Crucifixion - 39
The Coffin to Bind Me Down - 22
The Old Ship of Zion - 23
The Winter Soon Be Over - 14
These Bones Gwineter Rise Again - 32
This World Is Not My Home - 9
Troubled in Mind - 24
Wake Up, Children - 13
Walk Jerusalem Jes' like John - 35
Walk through the Valley in Peace - 7
Wear a Starry Crown - 16
We're Some of the Praying People - 16
Were You There? - 40
When That General Roll Is Called - 29
When the Chariot Comes - 44
Who Dat Yandah? - 45
You Can't Cross Here - 32


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Subject: Index: Slave Songs of the United States (Allen)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 16 Dec 08 - 08:47 PM

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Slave Songs of the United States
by William Francis Allen, Charles Pickard Ware, Lucy McKim Garrison
(New York: A. Simpson & Co., 1867)

Almost Over - 74
Archangel, Open the Door - 32
Aurore Bradaire - 110
Away Down in Sunbury - 99
Bell Da Ring - 34
Belle Layotte - 109
Blow Your Trumpet, Gabriel - 3
Bound to Go - 23
Brother Moses Gone - 49
Brother, Guide Me Home - 86
Build a House In Paradise - 29
Calinda - 111
Caroline - 111
Charleston Gals - 88
Children Do Linger - 51
Come Along, Moses - 104
Come Go with Me - 57
Don't Be Weary, Traveller - 75
Early in the Morning - 44
Every Hour in the Day - 58
Fare Ye Well - 47
Give Up the World - 27
Go in the Wilderness - 14
God Got Plenty o' Room - 106
Good News - 97
Good-Bye, Brother - 47
Good-Bye - 52
Gwine Follow - 18
Hail, Mary - 45
Hallelu, Hallelu - 50
Happy Morning - 10
Heave Away - 61
Heaven Bell A-Ring - 20
Hold Out to the End - 57
Hold Your Light - 10
Hun, Nigger, Run - 89
Hunting for a City - 18
Hunting for the Lord - 13
I and Satan Had a Race - 40
I Can't Stand the Fire - 42
I Can't Stay Behind - 6
I Don't Feel Weary - 70
I Hear from Heaven To-Day - 2
I Know When I'm Going Home - 30
I Saw the Beam in My Sister's Eye - 17
I Want to Die like-a Lazarus Die - 98
I Want to Go Home - 46
I Want to Join the Band - 95
I Wish I Been Dere - 29
I'm a Trouble in de Mind - 30
I'm Going Home - 84
I'm Gwine to Alabamy - 89
I'm in Trouble - 94
In the Mansions Above - 59
Jacob's Ladder - 96
Jehovah, Hallelujah - 2
Jesus on the Waterside - 28
Jesus, Won't You Come By-And-By? - 60
Jine 'Em - 21
John, John, of the Holy Order - 16
Join the Angel Band - 39
Jordan's Mills - 68
Just Now - 67
King Emanuel - 26
Lay This Body Down - 19
Lean on the Lord's Side - 100
Let God's Saints Come In - 76
Little Children, Then Won't You Be Glad? - 87
Lolotte - 112
Lord, Make Me More Patient - 52
Lord, Remember Me - 12
Many Thousand Go - 48
Meet, O Lord - 43
Michael Row the Boat Ashore - 23
Musieu Bainjo - 113
My Army Cross Over - 38
My Body Rock 'Long Fever - 33
My Father, How Long? - 93
No Man Can Hinder Me - 10
No More Rain Fall for Wet You - 46
Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Had - 55
Not Weary Yet - 12
O Brother, Don't Get Weary - 95
O Daniel - 94
O Shout Away - 71
O'er the Crossing - 73
On to Glory - 66
Poor Rosy - 7
Praise, Member - 4
Pray All de Member - 35
Pray On - 97
Rain Fall and Wet Becca Lawton - 21
Religion So Sweet - 13
Remon - 110
Rock o' Jubilee - 25
Rock o' My Soul - 73
Roll, Jordan, Roll - 1
Round the Corn, Sally - 68
Sabbath Has No End - 69
Sail, O Believer - 24
Satan's Camp A-Fire - 27
Shall I Die? - 41
Shock Along, John - 67
Shout On, Children - 60
Sinner Won't Die No More - 85
Some Valiant Soldier - 50
Stars Begin to Fall - 25
Tell My Jesus "Morning." - 15
Day of Judgment, The - 53
Gold Band, The - 83
Golden Altar, The - 77
Good Old Way, The - 84
Graveyard, The - 15
Heaven Bells, The - 79
Hypocrite and the Concubine, The - 70
Lonesome Valley, The - 5
Old Ship of Zion, The - 102
Resurrection Morn, The - 54
Sin-Sick Soul, The - 49
Social Band, The - 105
Trouble of the World, The - 8
White Marble Stone, The - 42
Winter, The - 78
There's a Meeting Here To-Night - 9
These Are All My Father's Children - 101
This Is the Trouble of the World - 99
Travel On - 31
Turn Sinner, Turn O - 36
Wai', Mr. Mackright - 43
Wake Up, Jacob - 65
We Will March thro' the Valley - 73
What a Trying Time - 74
When We Do Meet Again - 41
Who Is on the Lord's Side? - 56
Wrestle On, Jacob - 4
You Must Be Pure and Holy - 107


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Subject: Index: Allan's Lone Star Ballads
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 16 Dec 08 - 09:05 PM

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ALLAN'S LONE STAR BALLADS
A Collection of Southern Patriotic Songs
Made During Confederate Times.


Compiled and Revised by Francis D. Allan
Burt Franklin NY 1874, reprinted 1970.

A Confederate Officer to His Lady Love
A Life on the Vicksburg Hills
All Quiet along the Potomac Tonight
The Old Texian's Appeal
Arise! Ye Sons of Free-born Sires
At Galveston, Texas
Awake to Arms! in Texas
The Black Flag
Banks Skedaddle
Bayou City Guards' Dixie
Bayou City Guards Song in the Chickahominy Swamp
Baylor's Partisan Rangers
Bonnie Blue Flag, The
Boys, Keep Your Powder Dry
Brass-Mounted Army, The
Campaign Ballad
Captain with His Whiskers, The
Chivalrous C. S. A.
Confederate Oath, The
Countersign, The
Conquered Banner, The
Darlings at Home, The
Davis Guards, To the
De Cotton down in Dixie
Do They Miss Me in the Trenches
Duty and Defiance
Dying Soldier Boy, The
Few Days
Fifth Texas Regiment, Song of the
Flag of the Southland
Fold it Up Carefully
Fort Pillow, At
Fourth Texas Cavalry, the Capture of 17 of Co. H
Galveston, Battle of
Galveston, Bomb, and Battles of
Galveston, Burial of Tough Beef
Galveston, The Horse-Marines at
Galveston, Recapture of
Gay and Happy
God Bless Our Southern Land
Green, General Tom
Green, Major-General Tom, to the Beloved Memory of
Hard Times
Here's Your Mule
Hood's Old Brigade
Hood's Texas Brigade
Hour Before Execution, The
I'm Going Home to Dixie
Imogen
I'm Thinking of the Soldier
Johnston, Albert Sydney, Gen.
Johnston, Albert Sydney, Death of
Johnston, Albert Sydney, Funeral of
Johnston, Albert Sydney, Grave of
Johnston's Name, To
Joseph Bowers
Ladies to the Hospital
Lee at the Wilderness
Lee at Battle of the Wilderness
Leave it, Ah, No- The Land is our Own
Lone Star Banner of the Free
Lone Star Flag
Lone Texas Star, The
Lubbock, Col. Thos. S. To the Memory of
Magruder, Johnny B.
Magruder, Maj. Gen., Acrostic on
Magruder, To the War-Chief
Mansfield Run
Maryland, My Maryland
Martyr of Alexandria, The
Martyrs of Texas, The
McCullough, Ben. He Fell at his Post
Missouri: A Voice from the South
Morgan's War Song
Mother, is the Battle Over?
My Noble Warrior, Come
My Southern Land
Navasota Volunteers, The
Niblett's Bluff, The Icy Road to
Officers of Dixie, The
Officer's Funeral, The
O He's Nothing but a Soldier
O Here's to the Soldier so Gay
Old Jim Ford
O No, He'll not need them again
On to the Battle
Ostermann, Mrs. Rosanna
Our Boys are Gone
Our Glorious Flag
Over the (Mississippi) River
Over the River
Pass Cavallo, Soldier's Song of
Price's (Gen.) Appeal
Private Maguire
Ranger's Farewell, The
Ranger's Lay
Rangers, Song of the Texas
Rangers, The Frontier
Ranger, The Texas
Rangers, The Texas
Rebel Prisoner, The
Rebel Toasts; or Drink it Down
Richmond on the James, or the Dying
   Texas Soldier Boy
Rum Raid at Velasco, The
Run, Yanks, or Die
Sabine Pass
Sabine Pass Fight, True Irish Valor
Santa Fé Volunteer, The
Second Texians, The Gallant
Sentinel's Dream of Home, The
Seventh Regt. Texas Cavalry, Comp. A
Sherman, Lt. Sidney A., In Memoriam
Shiloh
Shiloh, The Drummer Boy of
Shiloh Hill, The Battle of
Short Rations; or the Corn-fed Army
Soldier's Amen
Soldier's Death
Soldier's Dear Old Home, The
Soldier's Farewell, The
Soldier's Lament
Soldier's Suit of Gray
Soldier's Sweet Home, The
Song of the "Bloody Seven" at Camp Chase, Ohio
Southern Captive, The
Southern Flag, The
Southern Girl's Homespun Dress
Southern Marseillaise
Southern Sentiment
Southern Wagon, The
Southrons, Hear Your Country Call You
Southron's Chant of Defiance
Stonewall Jackson's Way
Sweethearts and the War
Take Me Home; or, The Sunny South
Terry, Col. B. F.
Terry, Col. B. F. In Memoriam
Terry, To Captain Dave
Terry's texas Rangers
Texas and Virginia
Texas Land
Texas Marseillaise
Texas Sentinel in Virginia
Texas Soldier Boy, The
Texians to Arms
Texian Appeal, The
Texians, To Your Banners Fly
That Bugler; or the Up-i-dee Song
The Expected Texas Invasion
The Girl I left Behind Me
The South; or I Love Thee More
The Yankee Joke in Texas
There's Life in the Old Land Yet
Thornton, Maj. W. L., Monody on
Three Cheers for Our Jack Morgan
'Tis Midnight in the Southern Sky
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
True to the Gray
Twentieth Regiment, Co. K
Vicksburg, Bombardment of
Virginia
Volunteer; or it is My Country's Call
War-Shirkers, The
Wearing of the Gray
We Know that We Were Rebels
We Left Him on the Field
When this Cruel War is Over
When Will the War be Over?
Where Are You Going, Abe Lincoln?
Who Will Care for Mother Now?
Woman's Prayer
Yankee President, The
Young Dodger vs. Old Croaker


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Subject: Index: Harmonic Primer (Ripley & Tapper, 1903)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 17 Dec 08 - 12:24 PM

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Natural Music Course [series title?]
Harmonic Primer
by Frederic Herbert Ripley and Thomas Tapper
(New York: American Book Company, 1903)

PAGE - TITLE - POET OR SOURCE - COMPOSER OR SOURCE

125 - AMERICA - S. F. Smith - Henry Carey (?)
124 - AUTUMN - H. Kletke -
112 - BEE, THE - - Amalie Felthensal
68 - BESIDE THE SEA - Robert Louis Stevenson -
8 - BIRD SONG, A - -
101 - BIRD'S SONG, A - -
120 - BUNNY RABBIT - - Carl Reinecke
59 - BUSY BEE - -
6 - BY-LO - Nursery Rhyme -
71 - CHILD'S PRAYER, A - - Joseph Haydn
73 - CORN SONG, THE - J. G. Whittier -
85 - DAY IS BRIGHT AND SUNNY, THE - A. J. Foxwell - C. A. Kern
34 - DAY'S LESSONS, THE - -
87 - DING DONG! - -
121 - DOWN BY A SHINING WATER WELL - Robert Louis Stevenson - Newton E. Swift
88 - EARLY COWSLIP, AN - Mrs. Alexander - Lady Arthur Hill
100 - EVENING - -
6 - FAIRY BOWER - -
104 - FIRE STORIES - - Emma Mundella
65 - FLOWER GIRLS, THE - Emma Mundella -
7 - GO TO SLEEP, DOLLY - S. L. F - S. L. F.
89 - GOD OUR FATHER LOVES US WELL - - Franz Mair
30 - GOD'S CARE - -
97 - GYPSYING IN THE WOODS - - Amalie Felthensal
76 - HIDE AND SEEK - -
83 - HOLLY - -
74 - HUNTSMAN, THE - - J. Brahms
53 - I SAW A SHIP A-SAILING - -
82 - IT CAME UPON THE MIDNIGHT CLEAR - - Traditional Air
78 - JOURNEYING - Emma Mundella -
89 - LADYBIRD - -
47 - LAMBKIN, THE - -
67 - LEAVES HAVE A PARTY, THE - -
117 - LITTLE DROP OF DEW - -
123 - LITTLE MAY - -
109 - LITTLE THINGS - - Rossetter G. Cole
66 - LITTLE WHITE LILY - George MacDonald -
51 - MARCHING - Emma Mundella - Emma Mundella
80 - MAY SONG - -
40 - MOON, THE - -
57 - MORNING HYMN - Thomas Parnell -
91 - MY FATHER, HEAR MY PRAYER - - C. Hutchinson Lewis
113 - NORTH WIND DOTH BLOW, THE - Nursery Rhyme -
58 - ON FOREIGN LANDS - Robert Louis Stevenson -
30 - ON THE WING - -
107 - OVER YONDER - -
84 - PAT-A-CAKE - -
6 - PLEASANT THINGS - -
126 - PRAISE THE LORD - Bishop Richard Mant - Joseph Haydn
1 - PUSSY WILLOWS - - F. J. St. John
44 - PUZZLE SONG - - A. Struth
62 - RIVER SONG, A - Emma Mundella -
31 - RULE TO LIVE BY, A - -
27 - SEA SONG, A - -
5 - SEPTEMBER - H. H. Jackson -
93 - SHADES OF NIGHT ARE FALLING, THE - - F. Garth
26 - SING A SONG - -
110 - SING A SONG OF SIXPENCE - Nursery Rhyme -
124 - SING, SING, LILY BELLS RING - - F. J. St. John
48 - SLEEP SONG - -
99 - SNOWFLAKES - - Frederic H. Cowen
87 - SONG OF AUTUMN, A - -
36 - SONG OF THANKS, A - -
27 - SONG OF WORK, A - -
62 - SPRING SONG - -
42 - STORY OF CHILDREN, A - -
8 - SWING, THE - Robert Louis Stevenson -
45 - TAILORS AND THE SNAIL, THE - -
32 - TO LONDON TOWN - -
46 - TOP SPINNING - -
79 - VIOLET, THE - Jane Taylor -
75 - WHEN THE CHILDREN FALL ASLEEP - - Amalie Felthensal
33 - WIND, THE - -
43 - WONDERFUL MAN, A - -
122 - WRENS AND ROBINS - Christina Rossetti - Mary Carmichael


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Subject: Index: Songs of Scotland (Pittman, Brown, Mackay)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 18 Dec 08 - 09:53 PM

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The Songs of Scotland
A collection of one hundred and ninety songs
The music edited by Josiah Pittman and Colin Brown
The poetry edited (with notes) by Dr. Charles Mackay
(London: Boosey & Co., 1877).

NAME OF SONG - THE POETRY BY - PAGE
Ae fond kiss, and then we sever - Burns - 22
Afton Water - Burns - 139
Allister Macallister - James Hogg - 111
And oh! for ane-and-twenty, Tam! - Burns - 194
And ye shall walk in silk attire (English version) - Miss Blamire - 64
And ye shall walk in silk attire (Scotch version) - Miss Blamire - 66
Annie Laurie - Anonymous - 4
Auld Joe Nicholson's bonnie Nannie - James Hogg - 201
Auld lang syne - Burns - 108
Auld Rob Morris - Burns - 51
Auld Robin Gray - Lady Ann Lindsay - 36
Auld Robin Gray (old melody) - Lady Ann Lindsay - 38
Awa', Whigs, awa' - - 151
Aye wakin', O! - Anonymous - 203
Barbara Allan - Anonymous - 219
Bide ye yet - Anonymous - 102
Birks of Aberfeldy (the) - Burns - 63
Birks of Invermay (the) - D. Mallet - 145
Blude red rose at Yule may blaw (the) - Burns - 210
Blue bells of Scotland (the) - Anonymous - 29
Blue bonnets over the border - Sir Walter Scott - 17
Blythe, blythe and merry was she - - 179
Boatie rows (the) (Weel may the boatie row) - Ewen - 41
Bonnie brier-bush (the) - Anonymous - 169
Bonnie brier-bush (the) - Charles Mackay - 170
Bonnie Dundee - Sir Walter Scott - 1
Bonnie house o' Airlie (the) - Anonymous - 133
Bonnie Jean - Burns - 177
Bonnie laddie, Highland laddie - C. Walker - 202
Bonnie wee thing - Burns - 121
Braes aboon Bonaw (the) - W. Gilfillan - 218
Braes of Balquhidder (the) - Tannahill - 80
Braes of Yarrow (the) - Hamilton - 114
Braw, braw Lads - Burns - 48
Broom o' the Cowdenknowes (the) - - 137
Bush aboon Traquair (the) - W. Crawford - 115
Ca' the ewes to the Knowes - Burns - 150
Caller Herrin' - Lady Nairne - 18
Cam' ye by Athol - James Hogg - 176
Campbells are comin' (the) - - 16
Cauld Kail in Aberdeen - Duke of Gordon - 116
Charlie is my Darling - Anonymous - 54
Come o'er the stream, Charlie - James Hogg - 196
Come under my plaidie - Burns - 126
Corn rigs are bonnie - Burns - 212
Corn rigs are bonnie - Charles Mackay - 214
Craigie-burn Wood - Burns - 106
Dainty Davie - Burns - 192
Deil's awa wi' the exciseman (the) - - 58
Deuks dang ow're my daddie (the) - - 104
Duncan Gray - Burns - 45
Ewe-bughts (the) - Anonymous - 62
Ewie wi' the crooked horn (the) - Rev. J. Skinner - 124
Farewell thou fair day - Burns - 178
Farewell to Lochaber - Allan Ramsay - 52
Flowers o' the Forest (the) - Mrs. Cockburn - 96
For lack of gold - Austin - 200
Gae bring to me a pint o' wine - Burns - 182
Get up and bar the door - Anonymous - 15
Gilderoy - Anonymous (1650) - 148
Gin a body meet a body (Comin' thro' the rye) - Anonymous - 128
Gloomy winter's now awa' - Tannahill - 98
Good night, and joy be wi' ye a' - Boswell - 74
Green grow the rashes, O - Burns - 42
Here awa', there awa' (Wandering Willie) - Burns - 8
Here's a health to ane I lo'e dear - Burns - 197
He's owre the hills - Anonymous - 156
Hey, Johnnie Cope - Anonymous - 109
Highland lad my love was born (a) - Burns - 33
Highland Mary - Burns - 81
Highland Watch (the) - - 204
Huntingtower; or When ye gang awa', Jamie - - 5
I gaed a waefu' gate yestreen - Burns - 181
I hae laid a herrin' in saut - James Tytler - 86
I lo'e na a laddie but ane - Hector Macneil - 132
I'm owre young to marry yet - Anonymous - 117
In the garb of old Gaul - Erskine - 56
Jenny's bawbee - Sir Alexander Boswell - 191
Jessie, the Flower o' Dumblane - Tannahill - 2
Jock o' Hazeldean - Sir Walter Scott - 9
John Anderson, my Jo - Burns - 72
John Grumlie - Anonymous - 216
John of Badenyon - Rev. J. Skinner - 146
Kelvin Grove - Lyle - 161
Kind Robin lo'es me - - 136
Laird o' Cockpen (the) - Lady Nairne - 162
Lament of Flora Macdonald (the) - - 164
Land o' the Leal (the) - Lady Nairne - 10
Lass o' Gowrie (the) - Lady Nairne - 34
Lass o' Patie's Mill (the) - Allan Ramsay - 118
Lassie wi' the lint-white locks - Burns - 123
Last May a braw wooer - Burns - 93
Last time I came o'er the muir (the) - Allan Ramsay - 222
Lea-rig (the) - Burns - 154
Leezie Lindsay - Anonymous - 152
Lewie Gordon - Geddes - 138
Lily of the Vale is sweet (the) - - 171
Logan Water - Mayne - 89
Logie o' Buchan - G. Halket - 14
Lord Gregory - Anonymous - 60
Lord Ronald - - 172
Loudon's bonnie woods and braes - Tannahill - 185
Lowlands o' Holland (the) - Anonymous - 163
Maggie Lauder - Semple - 84
Maid of Glenconnel (the) - - 199
Maid of Islay (the) - - 107
Man's a man for a' that (a) - Burns - 44
Mary Morison - Burns - 55
Mary's dream - J. Lowe - 166
Merry may the keel row - James Hogg - 187
Muirland Willie - - 155
My ain fireside - Hamilton - 78
My ain kind dearie, O - Anonymous - 220
My ain kind dearie, O - Burns - 221
My boy Tammie - Hector Macneil - 143
My heart is sair for somebody - Burns - 70
My heart's in the Highlands - Burns - 75
My jo Janet - Burns - 223
My love is like a red red rose - Burns - 43
My love she's but a lassie yet - James Hogg - 23
My love's in Germanie - Anonymous - 173
My mither's aye glowerin' owre me - Allan Ramsay - 190
My Nannie, O - Burns - 99
My Nannie's awa' - Burns - 193
My only joe and dearie - - 167
My tocher's the jewel - Burns - 105
My wife has ta'en the gee - Anonymous - 188
My wife's a winsome wee thing - Burns - 92
O' a' the airts the win' can blaw - Burns - 82
O dinna think, bonnie lassie - Anonymous - 140
O Nannie, wilt thou gang wi' me? - Percy - 24
O Puirtith cauld - Burns - 85
O, love will venture in - Burns - 73
O, saw ye bonnie Lesley? - Burns - 50
O, saw ye my wee thing? - Hector Macneil - 100
O, speed, Lord Nithsdale - - 195
O, this is no my ain lassie - Burns - 153
O, true love is a bonnie flower - - 122
O, wae's me for Prince Charlie! - W. Glen - 159
O, waly, waly up the bank - Anonymous - 49
O, wha is she that lo'es me? - Burns - 206
O, whistle and I'll come to you, my lad - Burns - 26
O, Willie brew'd a peck o' maut - Burns - 205
O'er the muir amang the heather - Jean Glover - 125
Oh wert thou in the cauld blast - Burns - 130
Oh! hush thee, my baby - Sir Walter Scott - 184
Oh, open the door - - 158
Pibroch of Donuil Dhu - Sir Walter Scott - 47
Piper of Dundee (the) - - 6
Polly Stewart - Burns - 149
Robin Adair (English version) - Burns - 90
Robin Adair (Scotch and Irish version) - Burns - 91
Rosebud by my early walk (a) - Burns - 211
Roslin Castle - Hewitt - 46
Roy's wife of Aldivalloch - Mrs. Grant - 30
Saw ye Johnnie comin'? - Anonymous - 68
Scots wha hae wi' Wallace bled! - Burns - 28
She's fair and fause - Burns - 103
Smile again, my bonnie lassie - - 119
Soldier's return (the) - Burns - 120
Tak' your auld cloak aboot ye - Anonymous - 79
Tam Glen - Burns - 131
There was a lad was born in Kyle - Burns - 94
There'll never be peace till Jamie comes hame - Burns - 76
There's nae luck about the house - Mickle - 12
Thou hast left me ever, Jamie - Burns - 69
Tullochgorum - Rev. J. Skinner - 208
Turn again, thou fair Eliza - Burns - 87
Twa bonnie maidens - James Hogg - 39
Up in the morning early - J. Hamilton - 157
Waefu' heart (the) - Miss Blamire - 32
Wae's me for Prince Charlie - W. Glen - 35
Weary pund o' tow (the) - Anonymous - 135
Wee, wee German lairdie (the) - - 129
Weel may the keel row - - 186
Welcome, Royal Charlie - - 174
We're a' noddin' - Anonymous - 180
Wha wadna fecht for Charlie? - - 168
Wha'll be King but Charlie? - Anonymous - 189
What ails this heart o' mine? - Miss Blamire - 207
What's a' the steer, kimmer? - Anonymous - 71
When the king comes owre the water - Lady Keith - 113
When the kye come hame - James Hogg - 198
Where are the joys? - Burns - 142
Whistle o'er the lave o't - Burns - 95
Wilt thou be my dearie? - Anonymous - 160
Winter it is past (the) - - 67
Within a mile of Edinburgh Town - T. D'Urfey - 11
Woo'd and married and a' - Joanna Baillie - 134
Ye Banks and Braes o' Bonnie Doon - Burns - 144
Year that's awa' (the) - - 77
Yellow-hair'd laddie (the) - Allan Ramsay - 88


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Subject: Index: Beadle's Dime Song Book No. 6
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 18 Dec 08 - 11:49 PM

BEADLE'S DIME SONG BOOK NO. 6

A Collection of New and Popular Comic and Sentimental Songs

1860, Irwin P. Beadle & Co., NY; Applewood Books reprint.

Annie Lisle
Beautiful World
Be Kind to the Loved Ones
Bobbin' Around
Bonnie Dundee
Courting in Connecticut
Dearest Mae
Dear Mother, I'll Come Again
Ella Ree [Rhee?]
Fairy Dell
Far, Far Upon the Sea
Gentle Hallie
Gentle Nettie Moore
Happy Are We Tonight
Hattie Lee
He Doeth All Things Well
I Can Not Call Her Mother
I'll Paddle My Own Canoe
I'm Standing by Thy Grave, Mother
Is It Anybody's Business?
Jane O'Malley
Jenny Lane
Joanna Snow
Johnny Sands
Lilly Dale
Little More Cider
Lulu My Darling Pride
Marion Lee
Meet Me by the Running Brook
Minnie Clyde
Not for Gold
Not Married Yet
Oh, Carry Me Home to Die
Oh! Silber Shining Moon
Oh! Spare the Old Homestead
Oh! Homestead
Ossian's Serenade
Over the River
Riding on a Rail
Sailor Boy's Last Dream
"Say Yes, Pussy"
Spirit Voice of Belle Brandon
Squire Jones's Daughter
The Bloom Is on the Rye
The Blue Juniata
The Carrier Dove
The Child's Wish
The Cottage of My Mother
The Female Auctioneer
The Irish Jaunting Car
The Lords of Creation Shall Women Obey
The Maniac
The May Queen
The Merry Sleigh-Ride
The Miller's Maid
The Modern Belle
The Mountaineer's Farewell
The Old Mountain Tree
The Strawberry Girl
The Snow Storm
The Song My Mother Used to Sing
Three Grains of Corn
Washington's Grave
What Is Home Without a Sister?
Where Are the Friends?
Why Chime the Bells so Merrily?
Why Don't the Men Propose?
Will Nobody Marry Me?
Young Recruit


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Subject: Index: Franklin Square Song Collection 3 (McCaskey
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 19 Dec 08 - 10:26 AM

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Franklin Square Song Collection, No. 3.
Two Hundred Favorite Songs and Hymns for Schools and Homes, Nursery and Fireside.
Selected by John Piersol McCaskey
(New York: Harper & Brothers, 1885)

Abide with Me - H. F. Lyte - 63
Adieu, My Native Land - Labitzky - 54
Adieu, 'Tis Love's Last Greeting - F. Schubert - 112
After Many Roving Years - Chas. E. Horn - 175
Ah! for Wings to Soar - Jullien - 13
Ah! I Have Sighed to Rest Me - G. Verdi - 72
Ah! So Pure, Ah! So Bright - Von Flotow - 128
Alice, Where Art Thou? - J. Ascher - 87
American Cradle Song - Lullaby - 67
Angry Words - Anonymous - 64
Ask Me Not Why - Chas. Jefferys - 81
Auld Robin Gray - Anne Lindsay - 69
Austrian National Hymn - Joseph Haydn - 142
Awake, My Soul, and with the Sun - Round - 45
Baby, Sleep! Shadows Creep - T. T. Barker - 53
Baloo, Baloo, My Wee, Wee Thing - Lullaby - 10
Be Kind to the Loved Ones - I. B. Woodbury - 14
Beautiful Faces - David Swing - 53
Beautiful Sea - E. Ransford - 37
Bees Are All Humming - Thos. Cooke - 130
Bells of Shandon - Francis Mahony - 22
Billy Boy - Anonymous - 135
Bird of the Forest - George Linley - 45
Birdie in the Cradle - Franz Abt - 25
Birds Sleeping Gently, The - W. Guernsey - 87
Blanche Alpen, Song of - Stephen Glover - 16
Blest Symbol of Blest Name - Geo. W. Cloak - 77
Blue Juniata, The - M. D. Sullivan - 56
Boatman's Return, The - M. J. Sporle - 159
Bonnie Hills of Heather - A. F. Harrison - 124
Bonnie Lad and Gentle Lassie - Scotch - 109
Braes o' Balquither - R. A. Smith - 94
Break, Break, Break - Alfred Tennyson - 74
Breeze from Home, The - German Air - 55
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin - R. Wagner - 11
Bride Bells, The - J. L. Roeckel - 84
Bridge, The - M. Lindsay - 146
Brightest and Best - Reginald Heber - 21
Brightly Glows the Morning Star - Mercadante - 151
Caller Herrin' - Lady Nairne - 26
Carol, Brothers, Carol - W. A. Muhlenberg - 57
Cheerily the Bugle Sounds - J. H. Hewitt - 165
Cherish Kindly Feelings - Anonymous - 127
Child of the Regiment, The - G. Donizetti - 81
Chime Again, Beautiful Bells - H. R. Bishop - 44
Christ Is Born of Maiden Fair - Gauntlet - 51
Christmas Bells Are Sounding Clear - Carol - 33
Come Back, Sweet May - W. A. Mozart - 110
Come to the Home of Boyhood's Love - Bellini - 158
Come to the Sparkling Fountain - Anonymous - 117
Come Where Flowers Are Flinging - Von Flotow - 50
Come, My Gallant Soldier, Come - H. R. Bishop - 107
Come, Swell the Strain - Charles Jarvis - 27
Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing - Robinson - 148
Cradle Song of Soldier's Wife - T. T. Barker - 53
Cradle Songs - - 10, 20, 53, 66, 67, 89, 115
Departed, The - James Hine - 63
Der Rose Sendung - F. H. Himmel - 17
Die Is Cast, The: "Pestel" - J. R. Ling - 105
Do They Miss Me at Home? - S. M. Grannis - 34
Dollar or Two, A - Anonymous - 173
Down the Stream So Cheerily - Bohemian Air - 137
Dream On - German Air - 13
Eiapopeia, My Baby, Sleep On - Lullaby - 115
Evening Hymn - F. Mendelssohn - 41
Fading, Still Fading - Portuguese - 62
Faintly Flow, Thou Falling River - J. G. Percival - 113
Faithfu' Johnnie - L. Beethoven - 82
Far, Far upon the Sea - Henry Russell - 98
Farewell to Lochaber - Allen Ramsay - 119
Flag of Our Union Forever, The - Geo. P. Morris - 12
Floating on the Wind - Stephen Glover - 166
Full and Harmonious - Anonymous - 174
German Cradle Song - Old Lullaby - 67
German Watchman's Song - I. Heffernan - 40
Give Me Jesus - Slave Hymn - 65
Go Where Glory Waits Thee - M. W. Balfe - 93
God Is Present Everywhere - G. F. Handel - 21
God Preserve Our Franz, the Kaiser - J. Haydn - 142
God Save Our Glorious Czar - Alexis Lvoff - 143
God Shall Charge His Angel Legions - - 33
Going Home: "Heimgang!" - Scotch Air - 118
Golden Sun, The - J. Strauss - 157
Good "Three Bells", The - Charles Jarvis - 27
Good Night and Good Morning - Anonymous - 113
Guided by Us, Thrice Happy Pair - R. Wagner - 11
Hail and Farewell - Mrs. C. Barnard - 171
Hail! Evening Bright - Marie Antoinette - 126
Hail! Thou Glorious Scion - Christmas Hymn - 61
Happy Bayadere - N. C. Bochsa - 160
Happy Greeting to All - Anonymous - 156
Hark! Ye Neighbors - I. Heffernan - 40
Hero's Serenade, The - Charles Jarvis - 154
Homeward Bound - J. W. Dadmun - 30
How Long a Day Appears - Jane Taylor - 75
Hundred Years to Come, A - W. C. Brown - 116
Hungarian Cradle Song - Lullaby - 89
Hymn Tunes—Webb, 21; Theodora, 21; Trust, 33; Creation, 38; Scotland, 39; Dundee, 41; Donne, 42; Weber, 43; Baxter, 43; Berlin, 63; Amsterdam, 75; Balerma, 75; Sicilian Mariners' Hymn, 76; Hamburg, 77; Mercy, 125; Nuremburg, 143; Nettleton, 148.
I Am Content - S. H. Sainton - 123
I Cannot Sing the Old Songs - Mrs. C. Barnard - 8
I Have Come from the Mountains - J. C. Baker - 134
I Have Roamed over Mountain - W. B. Bradbury - 100
I Heard the Wee Bird Singing - George Linley - 71
I Lo'ed Ne'er a Laddie But Ane - Scotch - 49
I Love It, I Love It - Eliza Cook - 162
I Love the Summer Time - Anonymous - 111
I Stood on the Bridge at Midnight - M. Lindsay - 146
I Wait, My Love, I Wait for Thee - H. Wert - 70
In Happy Moments - W. V. Wallace - 144
Isle of Beauty - Thos. H. Bailey - 170
It Is Better to Laugh Than Be Sighing - Donizetti - 103
Italian Cradle Song - G. DaSandtis - 20
I've Found a Joy in Sorrow - Jane Crewdson - 140
Jack and Jill - J. W. Elliott - 19
Jenny Lind's Good-Night - H. Wert - 70
Jock o' Hazeldean - Sir Walter Scott - 86
Jolly Jester, The - Old Ditty - 127
Joseph Baxter Is My Name - Arthur Lloyd - 132
Joy in Sorrow - I. D. Sankey - 140
Kathleen Aroon - Franz Abt - 24
Kitty Tyrrell - C. W. Glover - 108
Larboard Watch - T. Williams - 58
Lark Sings Loud, The - Egli - 47
Last Greeting - Franz Schubert - 112
Leaves around Me Falling, The - Greek Air - 149
Let Us Sing Merrily - Anonymous - 135
Life on the Ocean Wave, A - Epes Sargent - 35
List to the Convent Bells - John Blockley - 15
List, 'Tis Music Stealing - John Blockley - 15
Listen to the Water-Mill - Louis Diehl - 95
Little by Little the Day Goes By - C. Barnard - 36
Little Maggie May - C. Blamphin - 153
Lochaber No More - Allen Ramsay - 119
Lord, Dismiss Us with Thy Blessing - W. Shirley - 76
Lord, Forever at Thy Side - J. Montgomery - 43
Loud Strike the Sounding Strings - Beethoven - 129
Love at Home - J. H. McNaughton - 5
Love Smiles No More - Ahistrom - 109
Love's Ritornella - J. R. Planche - 172
Maid Elsie Roams by Lane and Lea - Roeckel - 84
Maid of Llangollen - Welsh Air - 55
Maister, The - Joseph Teenan - 47
Maple, from Leafy Wildwood - R. M. Streeter - 102
Merrily, Merrily Sing - Anonymous - 111
Merry Swiss Boy, The - Swiss Air - 28
Miller's Daughter, The - Bohemian Air - 137
Moon Is Beaming o'er the Lake, The - John Blockley - 29
Mother, Are There Angels Dwelling? - Glover - 68
Mountain Bugle, The - J. H. Hewitt - 165
Mountaineer's Farewell - Jesse Hutchinson - 134
Musical Alphabet - Anonymous - 159
My Mother Dear - Samuel Lover - 167
My Own Native Land - W. B. Bradbury - 100
Nicodemus, the Slave, Was of African Birth - - 176
Noontide Ray, The - Auber - 85
North German Cradle Song - Lullaby - 89
Not for Joseph - Arthur Lloyd - 132
O Dear Sixpence, I've Got Sixpence - Ditty - 127
O Hush Thee, My Baby - Sir Walter Scott - 66
O Take Her, But Be Faithful Still - S. Nelson - 145
Ocean Has Its Silent Caves, The - E. L. White - 80
Oft in Danger, Oft in Woe - H. K. White - 149
Oh, Why Left I My Hame? - R. Gilfillan - 52
Old Arm Chair, The - Eliza Cook - 162
Old Granite State, The - J. Hutchinson - 134
Old House at Home - I. B. Woodbury - 83
On the Fount of Life Eternal - Damiani - 32
Over the Dark Blue Sea - Swiss Air - 106
Over the Stars There Is Rest - Franz Abt - 7
Over the Summer Sea - G. Verdi - 18
Paddle Your Own Canoe - H. Clifton - 91
Parting Song at Graduation - Mrs. Barnard - 171
Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief, A - J. Montgomery - 42
Postilion, The - Franz Abt - 90
Prince Charming - J. L. Roeckel - 122
Rain upon the Roof - G. Clifford - 163
Rest for the Weary - W. McDonald - 101
River Lee, The - Francis Mahony - 22
Rock-a-Bye, Baby, in the Tree-Top - R. J. Burdette - 67
Rose That All Are Praising, The - E. J. Loder - 136
Row, Row, Homeward We Steer - M. J. Sporle - 159
Russian National Hymn - Alexis Lvoff - 143
Saviour, Again to Thy Dear Name - J. Ellerton - 41
Saviour, Source of Every Blessing - R. Robinson - 61
Say, What Shall My Song Be To-Night? - Knight - 23
Scotch Cradle Song - Old Lullaby - 10
Serenade of Don Pasquale - G. Donizetti - 114
Since I've Known a Saviour's Name - C. Wesley - 75
Sky Lark, The - Round - 157
Sleep, Baby, Sleep - German - 89
Sleep, Gentle Mother - G. Verdi - 168
Sleep, My Baby, Sleep - G. DaSandtis - 20
Softly Now the Light of Day - L. M. Gottschalk - 125
Soldier's Tear, The - Alexander Lee - 6
Song of Arbor Day - S. J. Pettings - 139
Song of Blanche Alpen - Stephen Glover - 16
Song of the Daisy - C. W. Glover - 92
Song of the Maple - R. M. Streeter - 102
Songs of Praise - J. Montgomery - 143
Spacious Firmament on High, The - J. Haydn - 38
Spring-Time of the Year, The - J. R. Planche - 9
Starlight Is Streaming - "Siege of Rochelle" - 120
Strike the Cymbal - Pucitta - 141
Summer Is Coming - Thos. Cooke - 130
Sweet Evenings Come and Go - George Eliot - 125
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - Slave Hymn - 65
Swiss Girl, The - Ignatz Moschelles - 138
Switzer Boy, The - Swiss Air - 19
Switzer's Farewell, The - G. Linley - 88
Tea in the Arbor - J. Beuler - 96
They Grew in Beauty Side by Side - F. Hemans - 60
Thou Art the Way - G. Franc - 41
Three Bells - Charles Jarvis - 27
Through the Wood - Chas. E. Horn - 104
Thy Way, Not Mine, O Lord - H. Bonar - 43
To Alexis I Send Thee - F. H. Himmel - 17
Touch Not the Cup - Jas. H. Aikman - 78
Upon the Height I Stood - Folk-Song - 161
Vacant Chair, The - Geo. F. Root - 131
Vive Le Roi - M. W. Balfe - 99
Voice of Free Grace, The - J. Clark - 39
Wake, Happy Children, in the Dewy Morn - - 117
Wake, Nicodemus - Henry C. Work - 176
Waking or Sleeping - J. V. Blake - 117
Wanderer's Farewell - German Folk Song - 121
Watchman, Tell Us of the Night - John Bowring - 31
Water-Mill, The - Louis Diehl - 95
We Have Come with Joyful Greeting - Pettings - 139
We Roam Through Forest Shades - - 150
Wha'll Buy Caller Herrin'? - Neil Gow - 26
What's A' the Steer, Kimmer? - Alexander Lee - 133
When Other Friends Are Round Thee - Morris - 169
When the Humid Showers Gather - C. Kinney - 163
When the Leaves Are Turning Brown - Crampton - 97
When the Morn o'er the Mountain Glows - - 138
When up the Mountain Climbing - Swiss Air - 79
Where Are Those Dreamers Now? - N. Barker - 60
Where Are You Going, My Pretty Maid? - Nathan - 46
Where the Lilacs Threw Their Shade - Conway - 122
Whichever Way the Wind Doth Blow - C. A. Mason - 152
White Sand and Gray Sand - Round - 45
Who'll Buy My Posies? - Round - 157
Whose Sins Have Pardon Gained - Lowell Mason - 77
Why Left I My Hame? - Robt. Gilfillan - 52
Why Weep Ye by the Tide, Ladye? - Scott - 86
Wild Roved an Indian Girl - M. D. Sullivan - 56
Will You Go, Lassie, Go? - Robt. Tannahill - 94
Within a Mile of Edinboro - James Hook - 48
Woodman, Spare That Tree - Geo. P. Morris - 73
Yankee Doodle - National Air - 164
Yes, the Die Is Cast - J. W. Kalliwoda - 105


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Subject: Index: Songs of Britain (Kidson & Shaw, 1913)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 19 Dec 08 - 12:22 PM

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Songs of Britain
A Collection of One Hundred English, Welsh, Scottish and Irish National Songs
selected and edited by Frank Kidson and Martin Shaw
the Tunes Newly Arranged with Accompaniments for Pianoforte by Martin Shaw.
(New York: Boosey & Co., 1913)

INDEX OF TITLES AND FIRST LINES

A Frog he would a-wooing go - 72
Adieu, my loved harp - 172
Admiral Benbow - 60
Agincourt Song - 6
Although his back be at the wa' - 118
All in a garden green - 42
Among our ancient mountains - 198
Arrah, darling, my heart you're alarming - 186
As beautiful Kitty - 182
As I was a-driving my waggon - 70
As I was a-walking one morning in May - 168
As Mars and Minerva - 88
Barbara Allan - 126
Blackbird, The - 154
Blind Harper, The - 100
Bonnie Brier Bush, The - 138
Braes o' Balquhidder, The - 136
Broom of Cowdenknowes, The - 40
By this fountain's flow'ry side - 174
Chapter of Kings, The - 164
Chirk Castle - 114
Come o'er the sea - 192
Come o'er the stream, Charlie - 160
Dear Harp of Erin - 191
Dimpled Cheek, The - 92
Elfin Fairies, The - 184
Emigrant, The - 166
Ere around the huge Oak - 80
Far, far from my country - 170
Farewell to Glen Shalloch - 140
Fine old English Gentleman, The - 66
Flowers of the heath, The - 116
Fortune, my foe - 14
From Valley and Wood - 74
Gee ho, Dobbin - 70
General Monk's March - 102
Girl I left behind me, The - 86
God bless the Prince of Wales - 198
God save the King - 200
Good morrow, Gossip Joan - 62
Gossip Joan - 62
Great Caesar - 76
Great Meat Pie, The - 46
Green Bushes, The - 168
Here's his health in water - 118
I'd be a butterfly - 90
I have house and land in Kent - 44
I live not where I love - 56
I'll sing you a good old song - 66
I'm lonesome since I cross'd the hill - 86
I'm wearin' awa', Jean - 130
In days of ancient story - 114
In Sherwood lived stout Robin Hood - 20
Inspired Bard, The - 108
In yon garden - 41
It was a blind beggar - 28
It was a' for our rightfu' King - 152
It was in and about the Mart'mas Time - 126
I've coasted round old England - 58
I've no sheep on the mountains - 106
Jenny Jones - 94
Jenny's Mantle - 98
John Anderson, my Jo - 57
Jolly Ploughboy, The - 82
Jolly Waggoner, The - 68
Kate, the Primrose-Girl - 74
Kitty of Coleraine - 182
Land o' the Leal, The - 130
Legend of Sir Guy of Warwick, The - 30
Let gay ones and great - 78
Lewie Gordon - 162
Logie o' Buchan - 146
Loosen your sword - 102
Lord Willoughby - 34
Loth to depart - 100
Love me little, love me long - 49
Lovesick Frog, The - 72
Maid of Llanwellyn, The - 106
Mary Ambree - 36
Megan's Daughter - 104
Molly, my dear - 176
My bonny cuckoo - 195
My dog and my gun - 78
My little pretty one - 9
My name's Edward Morgan - 94
Nature's holiday - 174
Near Woodstock Town - 26
Now bar the door - 108
Oft in the stilly night - 150
Oh! we sail'd to Virginia - 60
Oh, where's the slave - 180
Oh while I live I'll ne'er forget - 166
Old Farmer's Song, The - 188
O Logie o' Buchan - 146
O Mistress mine - 8
Once on a morning of sweet recreation - 154
O send Lewie Gordon hame - 162
O the Broom, the bonny, bonny Broom - 40
O there's mony a gate - 84
Our King went forth to Normandy - 6
O waly, waly - 124
O whistle, an' I'll come to you, my lad - 134
Oxfordshire Tragedy, The - 26
Peaceful flows the winding river - 56
Peaceful slumb'ring on the ocean - 79
Pibroch of Donuil Dhu - 142
Portsmouth - 58
Pretty Bessie - 28
Pretty girl milking her cow, The - 186
Rich and rare were the gems she wore - 178
Robin Hood - 20
Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne - 24
Row dow dow; or The Drum - 76
Sere form of frail beauty - 96
Shepherd's absence, The - 110
Sir Eglamore - 32
Sumer is icumen in - 2
Sweet Kate - 16
Sweetheart Gate, The - 84
The Daughter of Megan - 104
The fifteenth day of July - 34
The harvest is o'er - 176
The Laird o' Cockpen - 144
The news frae Moidart - 158
The Romans in England - 164
The Sun rises bright in France - 120
The sweet rosy morning - 64
The Violet and the Primrose too - 116
There grows a bonny brier bush - 138
There was a brisk young ploughboy - 82
Thou canst not hit it, my good man - 48
Though better minstrels far than I - 100
Tho' the last glimpse of Erin - 196
Though your strangeness frets my heart - 18
To all you ladies now at land - 54
To carry the milking-pail - 50
Under the rose - 88
Was ever knight for lady's sake - 30
We fairy elves in mossy dells - 184
Wha'll be King but Charlie - 158
What Booker doth prognosticate - 52
What have I done that my Mary should fly me - 92
When bidden to the wake or fair - 132
When captains courageous - 36
When Daphne did from Phoebus fly - 10
When first I went a-waggoning - 68
When shaws are sheen - 24
When the King shall enjoy his own again - 52
When Winter's fairly left the land - 188
Where is my Owen? - 110
While history's muse - 122
Will ye go, Lassie, go to the Braes o' Balquhidder - 136
Will ye go to Sheriffmuir - 156
Will you come out to gather the freshly blown roses - 98
Wilt thou be my dearie? - 148
Withered Leaf, The - 96
With my flock as walked I - 12
Ye nymphs and sylvan gods - 50
You've heard of the wondrous crocodile - 46


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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 19 Dec 08 - 01:37 PM

The Franklin Square collection No. 1, (copyright 1881) for 1898 is quite different from No. 3 of 1885. I will post. Anyone have No. 2?

Did the contents of each 'number' change through the printings?


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Subject: Index: Wesleyan Song Book (Harrington, Price, 1901
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 21 Dec 08 - 12:47 PM

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The Wesleyan Song Book
by Karl Pomeroy Harrington and Carl Fowler Price
(Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Medical Association, 1901)

INDEX OF TITLES.

A Cheer and a Song 71
Alma Mater's Praise 7
Amici 68
Baseball Song 13
Boating Song 57
Boyle's Law 10
Campus Rally 83
Campus Song 25
Cannon Song 86
Chapel Steps 81
Climbing College Hill 47
College Row 56
Come, Raise the Song 5
Come, Sons of Alma Mater 66
Dedication Hymn 94
Die Lorelei 91
Drink to me only with thine eyes 44
Evening Campus Song 30
Farewell Song 104
Forward, Every Man 73
Gas 48
Gather, Dear Brother 92
Greeting Glee 62
Hail, Wesleyana 45
Here's a Health to Wesleyan 102
Here's a Health to Wesleyana 85
Here's to our Prexie 60
Here's to Wesleyan 26
Here's to You 50
Hip! Hip! Hooray 67
Hymn 94
Hymn to Wesleyan 31
In Praise of Wesleyan 35
It was Moonlight 73
Johnny Schmöker 98
J. Wesley Song 23
Lady May 54
Lauriger Horatius 46
Let the Merry Chorus Sound 93
Levee Song 28
Long Live Alma Mater 12
Medley No. 1 14
Medley No. 2 74
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup 36
My Little Rooster 24
My Sweetheart Muscatelle 13
Old Eli's Sons 68
Old N. С 100
On the Road to Mandalay 20
Our Banner 61
Parting Song 95
Power of Song 6
Secrets 51
Song Memories 82
Stars of the Summer Night 32
Starvation 84
Susie 72
Tarpaulin Jacket 103
The Fairy 93
The Fence and the Faculty 33
The Much-colored Maid 52
The Old College 43
The Owl and the Pussy Cat 88
The Pretty Little Too-Ral-oo-Ral-a 63
The Red and Black 70
These Four Years Together 97
Tom-Big-Bee River 101
Two Hands 87
University Song 8
Walk-Around Song 31
Wesleyan Maiden 84
Wesleyan's Drinking Song 96
Where, О Where 54
Whoop 'er Up 67
Yodel Song 27


INDEX OF FIRST LINES.

A catbird sat on a mulberry spray 63
Beside a noble river's tide 8
By the old Mulmein pagoda 20
College row its long vigil 56
Come, raise the song 5
Come, sons of Alma Mater 66
Drink to me only with thine eyes 44
Facing on the campus green 100
Gather, dear brother 92
Glad hour of song, we hail thee 6
Hail to thee ! Hail to thee ! 12
Hail, Wesleyana, a chorus of praise 26
Hail, Wesleyana, our loved college home 45
Here at the pleasant twilight hour 81
Here at the pleasant (Medley) 74
Here on the broad old campus green 71
Here's a health to Wesleyan, For our 102
Here's a health to Wesleyana, Alma 85
Here's to you 50
Horatius Flaccus, he boasted of Bacchus 96
Ich weiss nicht was soll es bedeuten 91
I have a rooster, my rooster loves me 24
I know a maid of ways sedate 34
In moonlight reposing 25
In songs of praises and good cheer 31
In Wesleyan's praise to-night 14
I once did know a girl named Grace 28
I saw her first one wintry day 93
It was evening in the parlor 48
It was moonlight 73
I went to see my Susie 72
Johnny Schmöker, Johnny Schmöker 98
Last night I held a little hand 87
Lauriger Horatius 46
Let purple pennants' royal hue 70
Like a dream that passeth fleetly 104
Like the slowly setting sun 95
Missis Winslow ! Missis Winslow ! 36
My Susie's a brilliant-hued 52
My sweetheart lives beneath the stairs 13
Now that the days are mellow 30
O, Alma Mater, hale and strong 35
Of old, in classic land 94
O, here's to our Prexie 60
O, it was beautiful 13
Old college, standing 'mid thy green 43
Old Eli's sons may proudly boast 68
On high our glorious banner 61
On Rigi's top at dawn of day 27
On Tom-Big-Bee River 101
On vine-clad walls the sunlight falls 82
О Rose, climb up to her window 51
Our strong band shall ne'er be broken 68
O Wesleyana, crown'd with praise 7
Shout, let the merry chorus sound 93
Since the good old days 86
Stars of the summer night 32
Starvation swore a feud. 84
The faculty sat on the campus fence 33
The law by which a gas 10
The Lord, our God, alone is strong 94
The moonlight falls on Wesleyan's walls 47
Then, it's hip, hip, hooray 67
Then, whoop 'er up 67
The owl and the pussy-cat 88
There is an ancient faculty 83
There lived a lad of low degree 54
There's a snug little college 23
These four years together 97
To-night, we cheer 65
We are the stuff 31
Welcome with song and magic glee 62
We praise the gallant Spartans 73
We sing the song of the boat and oar 57
Where, О where 54
Wrap me up in my tarpaulin jacket 103


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Subject: Index: Abridged Academy Song-book (Levermore, 1915
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 22 Dec 08 - 01:05 AM

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The Abridged Academy Song-Book
For Use in Schools and Colleges
By Charles H. Levermore, Ph.D.
Revised Edition
(Boston: Ginn and Company, 1918)

Abide with Me - Monk - 260
Above the Mountains - - 85
Addison - - 270
Adelphi School Song - Reddall - 60
Adeste Fideles - Reading - 252
Aladdin - - 145
Alford - - 247
All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name - - 259
All Saints - - 276
Alleluia - Lowe - 233
Alma Mater - - 73
America - Henry Carey - 1
America the Beautiful - Ward - 36
Amherst Song - - 80
Amici - - 73
Angel of Peace - - 52
Angel Voices Ever Singing - Sullivan - 264
Annie Laurie - - 155
Arbor Day Song - Oliver - 297
Army Hymn - Oliver - 39
Art Thou Weary (Two Versions) - Bullinger. Hopkins. - 277
As Pants the Wearied Hart - Mendelssohn - 260
As Shadows Cast by Cloud and Sun - Cutler - 276
Aspiration - Dykes - 261
At Twilight - - 213
Auld Lang Syne - - 127
Aurelia - - 250
Avon - V. C. T. - 271
Battle Hymn of the Republic - - 50
Battle Prayer - Körner - 194
Baxter - Burnap - 248
Bear a Lily in Thy Hand - - 133
Behold the Sabre - Offenbach - 215
Beside the Mill - Gluck - 161
Bird Let Loose, The - - 259
Bird Song, The - Herron - 238
Blue Bells of Scotland - - 31
Blushing Maple Tree, The - McCaskey - 240
Boat Song - - 154
Bonnie Dundee - - 15
Bowdoin Song - - 75
Breathe on Me, Breath of God - - 273
Brief Life Is Here Our Portion - Herron - 262
British National Anthem - - 12
Byron Lay Dreaming - Harrow Song. J. F. - 120
Campbells Are Coming, The - - 14
Canadian Boat Song - - 157
Chapel, The - Kreutzer - 170
Chorus of Pilgrims - Wagner - 290
Christian Flag, The - Woodman - 292
Christian, Dost Thou See Them? - Dykes - 288
Christmas Fanfare and Carol - - 228
Christmas Time Is Come Again - - 258
Christmas Tree, The - - 234
Christus Victor - Sullivan - 272
Church's One Foundation, The - Wesley - 250
Clover So White - - 194
Come, Thou Almighty King - - 265
Come, Ye Disconsolate - - 238
Consolation - Mendelssohn, Arr - 260
Corn Song - - 187
Coronae - Monk - 267
Coronation - Miles Lane - 258
Cradle Song - Taubert - 140
Crown the Saviour - Monk - 267
Crusader's Hymn - Willis - 261
Cuckoo, The - Hullah - 206
Dannebrog, The - Bay - 38
Dear Lord, I Thank Thee - Maker - 242
Dearest Spot on Earth, The - - 126
Dennis - Nägeli - 265
Devotion - - 259
Divine Pilot, The - Redhead - 257
Down the Hill - Harrow Song. J. F. - 88
Draw the Sword, Scotland - - 13
Ducker - Harrow Song - 70
Dulce Domum - Reading - 98
Dundee - - 278
Eli Yale - - 62
Ellacombe - - 252
Eton Boating Song - - 108
Evening Bells - - 81
Evening Song - - 197
Evening Song (Gaelic) - - 69
Eventide - Monk - 28
Faintly Flow, Thou Falling River - - 156
Fair Harvard - - 57
Fairest Lord Jesus - - 251
Faith - Rossini - 33
Farewell - - 111
Farewell Song - - 91
Farewell to the Forest - Mendelssohn - 164
Farewell, O Joyous, Sunny Grove - Esser - 149
Father, I Scarcely Dare to Pray - - 263
Fire of Home - Worster - 191
First Violets, The - Bellini - 145
Fishermen's Chorus - Auber - 199
Five Hundred Faces - Harrow Song - 121
Flag of the Free - - 9
Flemming - - 253
Flower Song - Oliver - 220
Football Song - Harrow - 96
For Thee, O Dear, Dear Country - Herron - 249, 286
Forsaken - Koschat - 86
Freedom's Flag - Geibel - 28
Gaudeamus - - 72
Glad Light Illumes This Day - Brown - 255
Gladly Now We Hail Ye - Bellini - 185
Gloria Patri - Greatorex - 279
Glorious Fourth, The - - 46
Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken - Rossini - 236
God Bless Our Native Land - - 1
God of the Nations - Verdi - 182
God Save America - Lvoff - 27
God Speed the Right - - 10
God the All Powerful! Thou Who Ordainest - - 27
God the Lord a King Remaineth - - 247
God, My King, Thy Might Confessing - Dykes - 262
God's Will and Love - Troyte - 279
Golden Slumbers Kiss Your Eyes - - 134
Good Night, Farewell - - 168
Good-Night - - 138
Good-Night - Perkins - 200
Graduation Song - - 114
Graduation Song - Davenant - 56
Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah - - 156
Hail Columbia - - 4
Hail to Our Flag - - 52
Hail! Thou Long-Expected Jesus - Conkey - 243
Hark, Hark, My Soul - Roe - 254
Hark, Hark, the Lark - Schubert - 174
Hark, the Herald Angels Sing - Mendelssohn - 257
Harrow Marches Onward - - 102
He Giveth His Beloved Sleep - - 224
Help It On - - 116
Holy God, We Praise Thy Name - - 273
Holy, Holy, Holy - Dykes - 253
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord - Spohr - 273
Home Land, The - - 35
Home They Brought Her Warrior - Macfarren - 139
Home, Sweet Home - Bishop - 125
How Can I Leave Thee - - 193
How Gentle God's Commands - Nägeli - 265
Hunter's Farewell - Mendelssohn - 160
Huntsman, The - - 82
Huntsman, The - - 82
Huntsman's Chorus - Von Weber - 203
Hursley - Monk - 266
Hymn for Airmen - Oliver - 39
Hymn of the Fishermen's Children - Herald - 132
Hymn of the Marseillaise - - 20—21
Hymn of the Toilers - - 193
Hymn to Music - - 146
I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say (Two Versions) - Dykes. Wild. - 284-285
I Know a Bank - Horn - 166
I Worship Thee, Sweet Will of Cod - - 275
I Would That My Love - Mendelssohn - 128
In Heavenly Love Abiding - - 274
In Heavenly Love Abiding - Bensel - 270
In Meadow and in Garden - Oliver - 286
In the Days of Old - - 123
In the Hour of Trial - - 288
In the Secret of His Presence - Oliver - 287
Innisfail - - 18
Integer Vitae - Flemming - 74
Integer Vitae (Latin Words) - - 75
Into the Woods My Master Went - - 235
Isle of Beauty - Bayly - 148
It Came upon the Midnight Clear - Willis - 242
Italian Hymn - Giardini - 265
Jerusalem the Golden - Ewing - 246
Jesus, Saviour, Pilot Me - Redhead - 257
Jewett - - 251
John Anderson, My Jo - Watson - 198
Joy! Joy! Freedom To-Day - - 189
Keller's American Hymn - - 52
Killarney - Balfe - 172
King's Highway, The - Molloy - 142
Krambambuli - - 63
Land of Memory - - 75
Last Prayer, A - - 263
Lauriger Horatius (Latin and English Words) - - 68
Lead Us, Heavenly Father - Gounod - 264
Lead, Kindly Light - Dykes, 266. Peace - 285
Leaving the Nest - Reddall - 83
Let Erin Remember the Days of Old - Balfe - 34
Let Glory Be to God on High - Dykes - 268
Litany Hymn - - 274
Litoria - - 64
Little Tin Soldier - Molloy - 162
Little While, A - Herron - 241
London Bridge - Molloy - 176
Lone Fishball, The (Two Versions) - - 112-113
Lord God of Hosts, Whose Mighty Hand - - 45
Lord of Every Land and Nation - - 233
Lord, in This Thy Mercy's Day - Monk - 223
Lord, with Glowing Heart - Flotow - 245
Loreley, The - - 67
Love Divine, All Love Excelling - Roe - 244
Low-Backed Car, The - - 150
Lullaby - Sullivan - 152
Lullaby, A - - 152
Lutzow's Wild Hunt - Von Weber - 212
Lux Benigna - Dykes - 266
Magali - - 158
Maid of Athens - Allen - 84
Man's a Man for A' That, A - Burns - 171
Maple Leaf Forever, The - Muir - 37
March o' the Cameron Men - - 19
Marlborough - Sullivan - 269
Marseillaise, Hymn of The - - 20
Massa's in the Cold, Cold Ground - - 190
May Song - - 154
Melita - Dykes - 268
Mellow Horn, The - Jones - 216
Men of Harlech - - 16
Mendelssohn - - 257
Mermaid, The - - 90
Merry, Merry Christmas Bells - Oliver - 224
Miller of the Dee - - 150
Mountains, The - - 55
My Faith Looks Up to Thee - Mason - 269
My God, My Father, While I Stray - - 279
My Heart's in the Highlands - - 25
My Jesus, as Thou Wilt - Von Weber - 251
My Native Land - - 48
Nassau, Old - - 124
National Song of Holland - - 47
Native Land - - 211
Nazareth - Gounod - 226
Nearer, My God, to Thee - Sullivan - 278
Nearer, My God, to Thee, - Herron - 256
'Neath the Elms - - 53
New "Hail Columbia" - - 5
Nicaea - - 253
Night, The - Schubert - 179
Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen - - 135
O Beautiful for Spacious Skies - - 36
O Come, All Ye Faithful - Reading - 252
O Come, Emmanuel - - 244
O God of Earth and Altar - Smart - 49
O God, Our Help - - 278
O Jesu, Thou Art Standing - Knecht - 248
O Lord of Hosts! Almighty King - - 39
O Paradise - Barnby - 267
O Sacred Head, Once Wounded - - 276
O Sometimes Gleams upon Our Sight - - 33
O, for the Peace That Floweth as a River - - 241
October - Harrow Song. J. F. - 76
Oh, Could Our Thoughts and Wishes Fly - - 259
Old Familiar Place, The - Glover - 130
Old Glory - - 42
Old Rosin the Bow - - 175
Olivet - L. Mason - 269
On to the Field - Bellini - 165
One Grand Sweet Song - King - 217
Onward, Christian Soldiers - Sullivan - 272
Onward, Ever Onward - Farmer - 144
Orange and the Black, The - - 54
Our Native Land - - 30
Our Native Song - - 7
Our Own Dear Land - - 44
Over the Mountain Wave - White - 196
Palms, The - Faure - 230
Partant pour la Syrie - - 22-23
Parting Hymn - Hopkins - 245
Passion Chorale - Bach - 276
Peace on Earth - Donizetti - 237
People's Prayer, The - - 45
Pilgrim Chorus - Wagner - 290
Praise of Song - Maurer - 204
Praise to God, Immortal Praise - Elvey - 249
Praise Ye the Father - Flemming - 253
Prayer for Peace - - 27
Processional March Song - - 41
Questions and Answers - - 112
Ranz Des Vaches - - 40
Rathbun - - 243
Red, White, and Blue - - 6
Regent Square - - 247
Rejoice To-Day - Southwick - 225
Rise, Crowned with Light - Oliver - 289
Robin Adair - - 130
Rock of Ages - Dykes - 223
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep - - 214
Round the Lord in Glory Seated - Oliver - 294
Rounds (Six Selections) - Oliver - 298
Rousseau's Hymn - Rousseau - 271
Sailing - Marts - 186
Saint Joles - Harrow Song - 115
Saviour, Again to Thy Dear Name We Raise - - 245
Saviour, Blessed Saviour - Dykes - 261
Saviour, Source of Every Blessing - - 148
Saviour, When in Dust to Thee - - 274
School of Jolly Boys - - 106
Schoolhouse and the Flag - Southwick - 105
Scots Wha Hae wi' Wallace Bled - - 24
Send Down Thy Truth, O God - - 273
Seymour - - 246
Shadows of the Evening Hours - Bensel - 268
Ship of State - - 29
Silent Night - Barnby - 222
Silent Night - Haydn - 254
Sing Tangent, Co-Tangent - - 80
Sing, O Children, Sing with Gladness - F. R. - 231
Sion - Rodney - 227
Skaters' Song - Schumann - 209
Sleep, Baby, Sleep - - 137
Slumber Song - - 192
Soft, Soft Music Is Stealing - - 143
Softly Now the Light of Day - Weber - 246
Soldiers' Chorus - Gounod - 180
Soldiers' Farewell - Kinkel - 200
Song of Parting - Mendelssohn - 169
Song of the Free - - 3
Songs Revealing - - 197
Source of Song - Harrow Song. J. F. - 93
Sow Not in Sorrow - Nägeli - 110
Spacious Firmament on High, The - - 270
Speed Away - Woodbury - 202
Spinning Song - Reinecke - 210
St. George's Chapel - - 249
St. Oswald - Dykes - 262
Stars and Stripes, The - - 51
Stars Are Fading - Marzials - 173
Stars of the Summer Night - - 71
Star-Spangled Banner - - 2
Still, Still with Thee - Sullivan - 269
Storm, The - Hullah - 140
Students' Way - - 116
Sun Is Bright, The - Von Weber - 134
Sun of My Soul - Monk - 266
Sun Smiles in Beauty, The - - 163
Swedish National Air - - 17
Sweet and Low - Barnby - 219
Sweet Roses That Wither - - 178
Sweet Will of God - - 275
Swing, Cradle, Swing - Cooper - 204
Sword Song - - 26
Ten Thousand Times Ten Thousand - Dykes - 247
Tenting To-Night - - 8
There's Music in the Air - - 69
There's Nothing Bright Above, Below - V.C.T. - 271
Those Endearing Young Charms - - 57
Thou Grace Divine, Encircling All - - 278
Thou, Whose Almighty Word - Giardini - 265
Thou'rt Like Unto a Flower - Rubinstein - 136
Three Cheers for the Olden Time - - 188
Three Kings of Orient - - 126
Thy Land - F. Reichardt - 32
Thy Way, Not Mine, O Lord - Burnap - 248
Tippecanoe and Tyler Too - Ross - 10
To Thee, My God, My Saviour - - 252
To-Day and To-Morrow - Beethoven - 131
Trees and the Master, The - McCaskey - 235
Truth - - 208
Two Empires - - 12
Ubi Bene, Ibi Patria - - 61
Underneath the Briny Sea - Harrow Song - 78
Up the Hills - Rossini - 137
Upidee - - 58-59
Vale - Barnby - 117
Valedictory - King - 67
Vesper Hymn - - 195
Vive Le Capitaine John - - 122
Voice of the Bell - Harrow Song - 103
Wait for the Wagon - Buckley - 184
Wake! and Tune Your Youthful Voices - Southwick - 232
Wake, Freshmen, Wake - - 92
Wander Song - - 100
Wanderer, The - - 87
Warren's Address - - 24
Watchman, Tell Us of the Night - Mason - 243
We March, We March (Two Versions) - Oliver. Barnby - 280-282
We Plough the Fields - - 250
Weary of Earth - Langran - 293
Wentworth - Maker - 242
Weston - - 244
What Means This Glory Round Our Feet - - 237
What Need Have I - - 207
When All the World Is Young - Barnard - 152
When I Survey the Wondrous Cross - - 271
When on the World's First Harvest Day - - 240
When the Mists Have Rolled in Splendor - - 271
When the Weary Seeking Rest - Stainer - 283
Where Is the True Man's Fatherland - - 32
Where Would I Be - Zöllner - 210
Whichever Way the Wind Doth Blow - Mason - 188
While Shepherds Watched - Methfessel - 275
Wild Rose, The - Werner - 138
Wild Rosebud, The - Schubert - 129
Willis - - 242
Willow the King - Harrow Song - 119
Winchester School Song - Reading - 98
Winter Is Over and Gone at Last, The - - 238
World Is Very Evil, The - Herron - 263
Zephyr of Nightfall - - 147


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Subject: Index: 140 Folk-songs (Davidson & Surette, 1922)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 22 Dec 08 - 08:00 AM

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The Concord Series, No. 7
140 Folk-Songs
With piano accompaniment
"Rote Songs" for Grades I, II and III
Compiled and Edited for Use in School and Home
By Dr. Archibald T. Davison & Thomas Whitney Surette
New and Revised Edition
(Boston: E. C. Schirmer Music Co., 1922)

INDEX
Adeste fideles
Ah! vous dirai-je, maman
All through the night
Alphabet, The
America
Apple-tree House, The
April Vacation
Au clair de la lune
Auld Lang Syne
Autumn Song
Bells, The
Bobbie Shaftoe
Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella
Butterflies
Caterpillar! Caterpillar!
Chickadee, The
Christmas Day
Christmas Eve
Cock-a-doodle-doo!
Columbus Day
Come, Thou Almighty King
Country Farmer's Son, The
Cradle Song
Cuckoo, The
Dame Tartine
Dancing in the Orchard
Early One Morning
Echo Song
Elves' Dance, The
En passant par la Lorraine
Evacuation Day
Evening on the River
Evening Song, An
Farmer, The
First Noel, The
Flag going by, The
For Patriot's Day
Fourth of July, The
Frog he would a-wooing go, A
Giroflé, girofla
God, our Loving Father
Golden Boat, The
Good King Wenceslas
Good Pierrot
Happy New Year!
Hark! the Summons
Harp that once, The
Holiday, The
Home, Sweet Home
How should I your true love know?
How wondrous and great
I had a little sail-boat
I saw three ships
If I were a bird
If I were an Elfin
In Heavenly Love Abiding
In May
In Memoriam
In the Firelight
It Snows in the Night
Jack-in-the-pulpit
Journey of the Leaves, The
La Bergère
La Bonne Aventure
La Petit Chasseur
Ladybird
Lamps of Night, The
Le Furet du Bois Joli
Le Pont d'Avignon
Le Roi d'Yvetot
Light-house, The
Lincoln's Birthday
Little Boy and the Sheep, The
Little Dustman, The
Little Ship, The
Loch Lomond
Lords and Ladies
Lorelei, The
Lullaby
Mail-box, The
Meeting of the Waters, The
Memorial Day
Merry Sportsman, The
Merry-go-round, The
Moon Song
Morning
Morning Song
My Garden of Flowers
My Old Kentucky Home
My Playmate
My Pony
New Year's Day
Night in the Woods, A
Nightingale, The
November
Nut-tree, The
Oh, come, all ye faithful
Old Folks at Home, The
Old King Cole
Old Man, The
Old Woman and the Peddler, The
On a Frosty Morning
On a Summer Day
On Easter Day
Once, long ago
Our Country
Picnic on the Grass, A
Pine Tree Swing, The
Pine Tree, The
Planting a Garden
Playing Ball on the Stairs
Pony Ride, The
Ramène tes moutons
Reveille
Riding on the Elevated
Robin, The
Robin-a-Thrush
Sailing Song, A
Santa Claus
Semons la salade
Shadow, The
Shepherdess, The
Shining Wires
Shower, The
Silent Night
Sleep, baby, sleep
Sleigh-Ride, The
Slumber Song
Song for Sailors and Soldiers, A
Song of Bread, A
Song of Praise
Song of Ships, A
Song of the Sea-gull
Sparrow's Nest, The
St. Valentine's Day
Strawberry Girl, The
Sunset in the City
Swallows, The
Swing Song
Tall Clock, The
Thanksgiving Day
Tirra-lirra-lirra
Tremp'ton pain, Marie
Trolley Ride, The
Valentines
Washington's Birthday
What Child is this?
When Fields are White
Where are you going to?
Who are you?
Wild Rose, The
Wind, The
Winds and the Shadows, The
Winter
Winter, Good-bye!
Winter's Past


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Subject: Index: Father Kemp's Old Folks' Concert Tunes
From: cetmst
Date: 22 Dec 08 - 09:49 AM

FATHER KEMP'S OLD FOLKS' CONCERT TUNES
Newly Revised and Greatly Enlarged
Boston, Oliver Ditson Company, 1889

Old Folks' Concerts were popular inthe United Stares in the last half of the 19th century when goups of musicians would travel mainly in rural areas and give performances of popular religious and secular music. In New England "Father" Robert Kemp of Boston was the chief organizer and his group of both instrumental and vocal performers dressed in early American costume would come to a community where they were lodged mainly with local families and give concerts. Kemp published a book of 64 tunes about 1860 and enlarged it in 1889. The most available edition seems to be the 1899 printing. My copy is in very bad shape with torn paperback cover, loose pages and extensive doodling on the front and back pages and the preface heavily covered with green crayon.

Titles in caps, first lines in Roman:
ALL HAIL THE POWER OF JESUS' NAME             27
AMERICA                                        75
ANTHEM FOR EASTER                              54
ANVIL CHORUS                                  62
AULD LANG SYNE                                 86
BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC                   43
BATTLE OF STONINGTON                           70
BEFORE JEHOVAH'S AWFUL THRONE                  77
BETHANY                                        75
Be Thou , O God, Exalted High                   3
BLESSING                                       48
BLUE HILL                                       6
BOSTON                                        14
BRIDGEWATER                                     5
BUCKFIELD                                     31
CALVARY                                       100
CAMBRIDGE                                     26
CELESTIAL WATERING                            15
CHESTER                                        29
CHILD OF MORTALITY                            50
CHINA                                          27
COLUMBIA, THE LAND OF THE BRAVE                60
Come, Holy Spirit                              25
Come, My Beloved, Haste Away                   19
Come, Sound His Praise Abroad                  67
COMPLAINT                                     30
CONFIDENCE                                     4
CORONATION                                     27
COUSIN JEDEDIAH                               82
DAVID'S LAMENTATION                            12
DEAREST SPOT OF EARTH                         27
DENMARK                                        77
DEVOTION                                       18
DOST THOU LOVE ME, SISTER RUTH?                80
DYING CHRISTIAN                               44
Early, My God, Without Delay                   7
Eternal Power, Whose High Abode                6
False Are the Men of High Degree               16
From the Third Heaven, Where God Resides       24
Gallant Ship From England Came                70
GERMAN HYMN (Pleyel)                            5
GLORY HALLELUJAH                               42
God of the Nations                            62
GREENWICH                                     18
HAIL, COLUMBIA                                 64
Here I Find No Rest                            67
Hill of Zion Yields                            21
HOME AGAIN                                     87
HOME, SWEET HOME                               86
How Beauteous Are Their Feet                   28
How Long, Dear Savior, oh, How Long?          18
How Vain Are All Thongs Here Below             11
I AM THE ROSE OF SHARON                      100
I AM WEARY                                     67
I Angels Sung a Savior's Birth                40
INVITATION                                     19
JEHOVAH'S PRAISE                               92
JERUSALEM, MY GLORIOUS HOME                   57
JOHN BROW                                     42
KIDD'S LAMENT                                  68
LENOX                                           8
Let Him to Whom We Now Belong                  17
Let the High Heavens Your Song Invite          29
LISBON                                        16
Lord Descended From Above                      22
Lord, Dismiss Us With Thy Blessing             48
LORD IS RISEN INDEED                           54
Lord On High Proclaims                         29
Lord, What a Thoughtless Wretch Was I          13
MAJESTY                                        22
MARSEILLES HYMN                               66
MEAR                                           8
Methinks I See a Heavenly Host                14
'Mis Pleasures and Palaces                     86
MILFORD                                        40
Miriam's Song                                  38
MONTAGUE                                       32
MONTGOMERY                                     7
Morning Sun Shines From the East               88
MOUNT SION                                     21
MY GRANDMA'S ADVICE                            76
My Soul, Thy Great Creator Praise               5
My Thoughts, That Often Mount the Skies       109
NEARER, MY GOD, TO THEE                        75
NEW DURHAM                                     11
NEW JERUSALEM                                  24
NORTHFIRLD                                     18
Now Can My Soul in God Rejoice                  4
Now Shall My Head Be Lifted High                9
OCEAN                                          23
ODE ON SCIENCE                                 88
OLD FOLKS AT HOME                              81
OLD HUNDRED                                     3
O Thou to Whom All Creatures Bow               26
O 'Twas a Joyful Sound                         8
OUR FLAG IS THERE                              72
PLAINFIELD                                     17
PORTLAND                                       33
RAINBOW                                        10
RED, WHITE AND BLUE                            60
REVOLUTIONARY TEA                              71
RUSSIA                                        16
Salvation!, oh, the Joyful Sound               26
Savior, Visit Thy Plantation                   15
See What a Living Stone                      108
SHERBURNE                                     20
SILVER STREET                                  67
So Fades the Lovely, Blooming Flower            5
SONG OF THE OLD FOLKS                         86
SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF THE PILGRIMS             97
SONS OF ZION, COME BEFORE HIM                105
SOUND THE LOUD TIMBREL                         38
Spare Us, O Lord, Aloud We Cry                30
STAFFORD                                     108
STAR SPANGLED BANNER                           41
ST. THOMAS                                     29
ST. MARTIN'S                                  26
STRIKE THE CYNBAL                              34
Sweet Is the Day of Sacred Rest                18
Sweet Is the Day of Sacred Rest                33
That Awful Day Will Surely Come                26
THERE IS A STREAM                            110
There Was an Old Lady Lived Over the Sea       71
Thy Works of Glory, Mighty Lord                23
Times, Indeed, Do Greatly Change               84
'Tis By Thy Strength the Mountains Stand       10
'TIS THE LAST ROSE OF SUMMER                   74
TURNER                                        25
VICTORY                                        9
Vital Spark of Heavenly Flame                  44
Welcome Sweet Day of Rest                      16
WHEN GEORGE THE THIRD WAS KING                84
When Strangers Stand and Hear Me Tell          31
While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks By Night 20
Why Do We Mourn Departing Friends?             27
WINDSOR                                        26
WITHIN A MILE OF EDINBORO' TOWN                73
WORCESTER                                     28
YANKEE DOODLE                                  69
YANKEE SLEIGH RIDE                            90
Ye Sons of Freedom, Wake to Glory             66
Ye Sons of Men, With Joy Record                32
Ye Tribes of Adam, Join                         8
You Captains Bold and Brave                   68

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Subject: Index: Franklin Square Song Collection, No. 4
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 22 Dec 08 - 04:40 PM

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Franklin Square Song Collection, No. 4
"Two Hundred Favorite Songs and Hymns for Schools and Homes, Nursery and Fireside."
by John Piersol McCaskey (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1887)

Amid the Greenwood Smiling - Thalberg - 105
Angel of Peace - O. W. Holmes - 77
Are There Tidings? - H. R. Bishop - 138
Arms Are Strong and Hearts Are True - Phillips - 80
At Evening Time - Sporle - 91
Autumn Dreaming - F. Weiland - 7
Awake, My Soul - G. F. Handel - 171
Away Now, Joyful Riding - F. Küchen - 134
Backward, Turn Backward - Ernest Leslie - 57
Battle Eve, The - Anonymous - 145
Beats There a Heart on Earth Sincere - - 141
Bold Be Your Stroke - Fabio Campana - 12
Brahmin Love Song - C. Blamphin - 58
Bread of the World - Reginald Heber - 71
Bright Morning, Hail! - German - 65
Bring Flowers, Fresh Flowers - Felicia Hemans - 127
Brookside, The - James Hine - 8
Buy My Strawberries - C. Howard - 132
By the Quiet Water Gleaming - F. M. Himmel - 93
Canadian Boat Song - Thomas Moore - 142
Cheerily, Cheerily - Favorite Glee - 74
Children of the Heavenly King - J. Cennick - 169
Christ Is Born in Bethlehem - Christmas - 18
Christmas Is Coming - Henry Philips - 61
Christmas Is Here - F. Campana - 160
Church's One Foundation, The - S. S. Wesley - 79
Clang of the Wooden Shoon, The - J. L. Molloy - 37
Cold Water Song - Alexander Lee - 163
Come to the Sea - G. Roberti - 52
Come Unto Him - Henry Leslie - 46
Come, Come Quickly Away - Anonymous - 98
Come, Holy Spirit, Heavenly Dove - Isaac Watts - 170
Come, Said Jesus' Gentle Voice - A. L. Barbauld - 131
Come, Thou Almighty King - Chas. Wesley - 99
Come, Trembling Sinner - Wm. Jones - 73
Come, Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy - J. Ingalls - 97
Darby and Joan - J. L. Molloy - 156
Daylight Fades, Evening Shades - S. Nelson - 103
Dear Father, Drink No More - Temperance - 162
Dear Little Shamrock, The - J. W. Cherry - 100
Deep Are the Wounds - Anne Steele - 79
Dermot Astore - F. W. N. Crouch - 122
Dip, Boys, Dip the Oar - Sarona - 105
Distant Drum, The - Anonymous - 21
Draw the Sword, Scotland - Anonymous - 104
Dublin Bay - George Barker - 118
Ehren on the Rhine - Wm. M. Hutchinson - 148
Evening Bell, The - Anonymous - 89
Evening Gun, The - Thomas Moore - 123
Ever Be Happy - M. W. Balfe - 14
Exile of Erin, The - Thomas Campbell - 117
Faintly as Tolls the Evening Chime - Thos. Moore - 142
Fairest Lord Jesus - Crusaders' Hymn - 169
Fallen Is Thy Throne, O Israel - Thomas Moore - 168
Farewell, A - F. H. Cowen - 50
Fire of Home, The - George Worster - 116
Flowers for the Brave - F. W. Chapman - 6
Fondest Affections Still Cling to Home - - 54
Forever and Forever - F. Paolo Tosti - 151
Forget-me-Not, The - Karl Muchler - 93
Forgive Me, Lord, thro' Thy Dear Son - Evening - 99
Forsaken Am I - Thos. Koschat - 28
French Cradle Song - Lullaby - 9
Fritz's Lullaby - J. K. Emmet - 49
Funeral Dirge - G. F. Handel - 173
Future Smiles Still Brightly, The - G. Donizetti - 144
Gaily thro' Life Wander - G. Verdi - 153
Gentle Mary - D. M. Muloch - 146
Gently Rest: Slumber Song - F. Kücken - 70
Gently Sighs the Breeze - Stephen Glover - 75
Glory and Love to the Men of Old - C. F. Gounod - 62
Go to Sleep, Lena Darling - J. K. Emmet - 49
God Moves in a Mysterious Way - Wm. Cowper - 97
Golden Days - A. S. Sullivan - 96
Good-Night - J. Offenbach - 147
Green Grow the Rashes O - Robert Burns - 42
Greenness Light and Tender, A - Folksong - 72
Greenwood Tree, The - Sidney Nelson - 175
Groves of Blarney, The - R. A. Millikin - 176
Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah - T. Hastings - 107
Hail, Beauteous Stranger of the Grove - Sullivan - 51
Happy Are We To-Night - M. S. Pike - 55
Hark to the Sound of the Distant Drum - Anon. - 21
Hark! o'er the Stilly Lake - D. F. E. Auber - 140
He Never Said He Loved - G. A. Hodson - 27
He Was a Punchinello - F. E. Weatherly - 31
Hear the Birds of Summer Sing - Little Folks - 27
Heart that Knows No Sorrow, The - Gung'l - 130
Hearts of Oak - Fabio Campana - 12
Heaven Is My Home - T. B. Taylor - 41
Heavily Wears the Day - German - 120
Here under the Leafy Greenwood Tree - S. Nelson - 175
Holly Wreath, The - T. Crampton - 112
How Firm a Foundation - J. Reading - 19
How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds - L. Mason - 171
Hush, My Baby, Sleep - Lullaby - 9
Hymn Tunes.—America 99, Amsterdam 73, Aurelia 79, Avon 97, Balerma 73, Christmas 171, Crusaders' Hymn 169, Downs 171, Greenville 41, Hendon 169, Horton 131, Jewett 159, Laban 19, Lenox 17, Louvan 79, Portuguese 19, Ward 99, Webb 131, Woodworth 159, Zion 107 - -
I Come, I Come - V. Bellini - 164
I Dream of My Fatherland - Folksong - 82
I Hear Them Tell in Far-off Climes - G. Worster - 116
I Love to Gaze on Smiling Faces - E. M. Spencer - 119
I Remember How My Childhood - Fitzgerald - 48
I Think of All Thou Art to Me - F. Paolo Tosti - 151
I Wandered by the Brookside - R. M. Milnes - 8
I Would I Were a Boy Again - F. Romer - 36
I'd Weep with Thee - C. M. Von Weber - 137
If Ever I See on Bush or Tree - Little Folks - 143
If Thou Hast Crushed a Flower - Felicia Hemans - 135
If You Be My May Margaret - Theo. Marzials - 102
I'm a Pilgrim - Mary S. Spindler - 128
I'm Very Fond of a Social Song - Anonymous - 83
In the Gloaming - A. F. Harrison - 136
Innisfail - E. C. Phelps - 32
Jesus, Tender Shepherd - J. B. Dykes - 17
Johnny, Johnny - Round - 39
Just as I Am, Without One Plea - C. Elliott - 159
Keller's American Hymn - M. Keller - 76
Kerry Dance, The - J. L. Molloy - 38
Let Me Dream Again - A. S. Sullivan - 67
Lightly Row - Spanish Air - 143
Lights Fade out of Calmed Sea, The - Steadman - 91
Little Children's Day - Chas. W. Glover - 110
Lo, Descending, the Heavens Rending - Christmas - 18
Look in My Face, Dear - D. M. Muloch - 50
Look Not upon the Wine - R. S. Willis - 162
Lord, We Come Before Thee Now - Morning - 169
Love, I Will Love You Ever - P. Bucalossi - 92
Lovely May - Little Folks - 143
Loving Voices - Chas. W. Glover - 40
Low-Backed Car, The - Samuel Lover - 33
Lucy's Flittin' - William Laidlaw - 124
Lurlaline - Irish Air - 25
Mahogany Tree, The - W. M. Thackeray - 160
Make Me No Gaudy Chaplet - G. Donizetti - 15
Mary and Martha's Just Gone 'Long - Slave Hymn - 111
May Margaret - Theodore Marzials - 102
Morning Light Is Breaking, The - S. F. Smith - 131
Murmur, Gentle Lyre - Anonymous - 55
My Heart and Lute - Anonymous - 155
My Jesus, As Thou Wilt - C. M. Von Weber - 159
My Mother's Song - Franz Schubert - 47
My Nannie's Awa' - Robert Burns - 174
My Soul, Be on Thy Guard - George Heath - 19
Nearer, My God, to Thee - Franz Abt - 71
Neva Boatman's Song - Sidney Nelson - 103
Never Is My Heart So Gay - T. Crampton - 112
Nigh to a Grave - Park Benjamin - 59
Night Is Fine Above Me, The - Guglielmo - 152
Nursery Songs: Ding, Dong, Bell - Little Folks - 167
Nursery Songs: Little Bo-Peep, etc. - Little Folks - 166
O Come with Me in My Little Canoe - O. E. Dodge - 113
O Come, Maidens, Come - F. H. Brown - 30
O Fair Dove, O Fond Dove - Jean Ingelow - 84
O Land of Saints, of Streams and Song - T. C. Latto - 32
O Sing Again That Plaintive Song - F. Schubert - 47
Oh, Gaily through Life Wander - G. Verdi - 153
Oh, Pilot, 'Tis a Fearful Night - Sidney Nelson - 16
Oh, That I Never More Might See - G. Donizetti - 139
Oh, Touch the Harp - Anonymous - 39
Oh, Touch Those Chords Again - Anonymous - 5
Oh, Wert Thou in the Cauld Blast - Robert Burns - 139
Oh, What Is the Matter with Robin? - Little Folks - 121
Old Oaken Bucket, The - S. Woodworth - 22
Old Sexton, The - Henry Russell - 59
Old Tubal Cain - Henry Russell - 157
Once Again the Flowers We Gather - V. Bellini - 6
Once in Days of Golden Weather - L. H. Lewin - 96
One by One the Sands are Flowing - V. Bellini - 90
Only a Gentle Word - George Kingsley - 158
Origin of the Harp - Thomas Moore - 44
Ossian's Serenade - Ossian E. Dodge - 113
Our Wonderful House - W. F. Crafts - 173
Over the Waves We Float - S. Glover - 23
Pagoda Bells, The - T. Comer - 45
Peaceful Slumbering on the Ocean - Storace - 24
Pilot, The - T. H. Bayly - 16
Play-Time Songs - Little Folks - 101
Play-Time Songs - Little Folks - 133
Pleasure Climbs to Every Mountain - Gollmick - 125
Poor Tho' My Cot May Be - G. Donizetti - 13
Portuguese Hymn - J. Reading - 19
Press On, Press On - Scotch Air - 9
Punchinello - J. L. Molloy - 31
Rataplan - G. Donizetti - 154
Ring On, Ye Bells - Franz Abt - 43
Rise, My Soul, and Stretch Thy Wings - Nares - 73
Rock Me to Sleep, Mother - E. A. Allen - 57
Roll, Jordan, Roll - Slave Hymn - 111
Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch - Neil Gow - 114
Sadly Bend the Flowers - F. R. Havergal - 172
Search thro' the Wide World - G. Donizetti - 115
See the Sun's First Gleam - German - 60
She Bloomed with the Roses - J. A. Smith - 34
Sing Glad Songs for Him - C. F. Gounod - 81
Smiling Faces - Stephen Glover - 119
Soldier Stood in the Village Street, A - Hutchinson - 148
Soldiers' Chorus ("Faust") - C. F. Gounod - 62
Some Day - Milton Wellings - 29
Song of Night - German - 85
Sound of Harps Angelical, The - I Martiri - 129
Speed Our Republic - M. Keller - 76
Spring Time Once Again - John Logan - 51
Strangers Yet - Mrs. C. Barnard - 150
Sun Is Setting and the Hour, The - A. S. Sullivan - 67
Sweet Memories of Thee - Italian Air - 106
Sweeter than the Breath of Morning - Meyerbeer - 11
Sweetly on the Evening Air - George Linley - 109
Sweetly Sleep - L. Beethoven - 53
There Came to the Beach - Thos. Campbell - 117
There Is Beauty in the Forest - G. Donizetti - 26
There Was a Little Water-Sprite - Irish Air - 25
There's a Dear Little Plant - J. W. Cherry - 100
There's Naught but Care - Robert Burns - 42
There's Room Enough for All - T. Wood - 78
They Sailed Away in a Gallant Bark - G. Barker - 118
Thou Wilt Never Grow Old - E. C. Howarth - 95
Thoughts of Wonder - J. J. Rousseau - 41
Thou'rt Like Unto a Flower - A. Rubenstein - 108
Three Cheers for the Olden Time - Fanny Crosby - 10
Three Fishers - Charles Kingsley - 126
Through the Rustling Woods - Bayard Taylor - 7
'Tis Believed that This Harp - Thomas Moore - 44
'Tis Moonlight on the Sea - Sarona - 105
'Tis Not the Valley, Mountain, and Grove - - 54
Trancadillo - Caroline Gilman - 30
'Twas When the Wan Leaf - Wm. Laidlaw - 124
Twilight Dews - Thomas Moore - 66
Unveil thy Bosom, Faithful Tomb - Isaac Watts - 173
Vesper Chime, The - George Linley - 109
Watcher, The - Spanish Melody - 89
We Are All Noddin' - Favorite Glee - 83
We Love Cold Water - Round - 163
We'll Laugh and Sing All Cares Away - G. Verdi - 86
Well-a-day, Ah, Well-a-day - G. Linley - 88
What a Charm Has the Drum - Charles Jeffreys - 154
What a Friend We Have in Jesus - C. C. Converse - 107
What Are the Wild Waves Saying? - S. Glover - 68
When All the World Is Young - Chas. Kingsley - 20
When First I Saw Sweet Peggy - Samuel Lover - 33
When I Remember - Jean Ingelow - 94
When Little Samuel Woke - Lewis Edson - 17
When Soft Stars are Peeping - Anonymous - 106
When the Bloom Is on the Rye - H. R. Bishop - 87
When the Golden Morn - T. Comer - 45
When the Summer Rain Is Over - G. Donizetti - 64
When Twilight Dews - Thomas Moore - 66
Where Are Now the Hopes I Cherished? - Bellini - 56
Who Is He Plants for the Days to Come? - Gounod - 81
Who Shall Be Fairest? - Frank Moir - 35
Wonderful House Have I, A - W. F. Crafts - 173
World Is Full of Beauty, The - G. Donizetti - 26


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Subject: Index: Franklin Square Song Collection, No. 7
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 25 Dec 08 - 06:35 AM

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Franklin Square Song Collection, No. 7
"Two Hundred Favorite Songs and Hymns for Schools and Homes, Nursery and Fireside."
by John Piersol McCaskey (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1891)

Afar We Live from Toil and Care - J. Beeker - 111
After Showers, the Tranquil Sun - Louis Diehl - 102
Am I Not Fondly Thine Own - German - 155
Aria of Rudolph - V. Bellini - 93
As the Morn Shone Bright and Fair - Anonymous - 75
As When the Weary Traveller - John Newton - 133
As with Gladness Men of Old - Wm. C. Dix - 129
At Eve Alone among the Trees - J. L. Roeckel - 82
Ave Maria - Charles Gounod - 23
Ave Maria - Franz Schubert - 22
Away to the Mountain - Alexander Lee - 106
Be Mine, Dear Maid - H. R. Bishop - 105
Bear a Lily in Thy Hand - H. W. Longfellow - 136
Beautiful Rhine, The - German - 91
Because He Loved You So - W. R. Dempster - 49
Bells of Aberdovey, The - Welsh Air - 118
Bird of the Greenwood - G. Verdi - 85
Bird of the Wilderness - James Hogg - 159
Birdie Sweet - Childhood Songs - 43
Bird's Nest, The - Helen Thomas - 75
Boatswain's Story, The - J. L. Molloy - 144
Bohemian Gipsy Song - J. Beeker - 111
Bowld Sojer Boy, The - Samuel Lover - 94
Braes o' Gleniffer - R. Tannahill - 153
Buttercup Test - Childhood Songs - 53
Buy My Roses - J. T. Norton - 73
Bye-lo, Baby, Bye - Nursery - 99
Call Me Pet Names - Charles Jarvis - 169
Carol, Carol, Christians - A. C. Coxe - 13
Chorister, The - F. E. Weatherly - 68
Christ is Born of Maiden Fair - Thibaut - 31
Christmas Hymn - E. A. Hunter - 127
Clochette - J. L. Malloy - 116
Come Sing This Round with Me - Martini - 63
Come When Thou Wilt - W. Lansdon - 83
Come Where the Aspens Quiver - Alex. Lee - 74
Come, and Watch the Daylight - S. Reay - 57
Come, Haste Away - Neapolitan - 161
Come, Hunters, Come - Swiss - 27
Commit Thy Ways - Sebastian Bach - 130
Corn Song, The - Godfrey Marks - 119
County Guy - W. Mozart - 21
Cousin Jedediah - H. S. Thompson - 154
Cup of Joy, The - Mary R. Bartlett - 88
Daddy - Mary Mark-Lemon - 60
Dawn of Day, The - Samuel Reay - 57
Dear Santa Claus - Nursery - 99
Dream Is Past, The - Stephen Glover - 65
Dreaming Golden Dreams - S. Scuderi - 36
Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes - Ben Jonson - 171
Dry the Tear for Holy Eva - J. G. Whittier - 14
Faint a Lonely Rose Tree Stood - Anonymous - 105
Fairies' Dance, The - C. W. Glover - 72
Far o'er the Sea - G. Kingsley - 19
Fisher by the Stream, The - Anonymous - 18
Fisher, If Beside that Stream - Anonymous - 18
Five O'clock in the Morning - C. Barnard - 95
Flowers of May - Arbor Day - 139
For Full Five Hundred Years - O. Barri - 90
For Tenderness Formed - Paesiello - 158
Foresters Bold - Alpine Melody - 27
Fourth of July Hymn - T. Hastings - 127
Fresh and Strong - Thomas Ante - 38
Friends of Freedom, Swell the Song - Naumann - 86
From All That Dwell - Isaac Watts - 81
From Every Spire on Christmas Eve - E. A. Hunter - 127
Gentle Annie - Stephen C. Foster - 6
Gentle Maiden, Those Eyes - V. Bellini - 93
Gently Sighs the Breeze - S. Glover - 55
Give to the Winds Thy Fears - Paul Gerhardt - 125
Give Us Our Daily Bread - A. A. Proctor - 86
Golden Rule, The - School Songs - 87
Gondolier, The - Alexander Lee - 143
Good Ship Rode at Anchor, The - J. L. Roeckel - 42
Good-night, Farewell - F. Kucken - 123
Guardian Mother - Franz Abt - 162
Had I Wings Like a Dove - C. Jeffreys - 45
Hail! Thou Long-Expected Jesus - C. Wesley - 129
Happy and Merry - W. Reeve - 39
Hare and Hunter - Little Folks - 75
Hark! I Hear an Angel Sing - H. G. Shrival - 7
Hark! Ten Thousand Harps - Thos. Kelly - 131
Hark! the Glad Sound - N. Hermann - 67
Hark! the Glad Sound - P. Doddridge - 139
Hark! the Herald Angels Sing - Chas. Wesley - 115
He Sailed Away o'er Ocean Spray - J. Thompson - 109
Heilige Nacht - Michael Haydn - 31
Hour of Rest, The - F. E. Weatherly - 82
How Gaily Rows the Gondolier - Alex Lee - 143
How Gaily the Linnet Sings - Chas. Dibdin - 39
How Happy We Have Been - Anonymous - 37
Hurdy-Gurdy, Hurdy-Gurdy - Scotch - 51
I Am Dreaming of Thee - Alexander Lee - 164
I Am the Glad New Year - Nursery - 99
I Come from Alabama - S. C. Foster - 172
I Had Gold, I Had Gems - C. Sedgwick - 117
I Hear To-night the Old Bells Chime - Lennox - 5
I Heard a Red Robin - S. G. King - 149
I Walked and I Walked - Little Folks - 52
I Worship Thee, Sweet Will of God - Faber - 131
I Would I Were a Boy Again - F. Romer - 156
I Would Not Die in Spring Time - M. Moore - 128
I Would That My Love - F. Mendelssohn - 29
I'm Leaving Thee in Sorrow - George Barker - 97
I'm Little Robin Redbreast - T. Marzials - 134
I'm Sitting on the Stile, Mary - Lady Dufferin - 32
In Days of Old when Knights Were Bold - - 174
In Excelsis Gloria - Thibaut - 31
In the Peaceful Evening Time - W. Maynard - 118
In This Sheltered Mossy Dell - C. W. Glover - 72
Indian Hunter, The - Henry Russell - 50
Irish Emigrant's Lament - W. R. Dempster - 32
It Was the Very Noon of Night - J. Barnby - 103
I've Left Ballymornach - Eliza Cook - 152
Jack at Sea - G. C. Bingham - 42
Jesus, o'er the Grave Victorious - E. E. Higbee - 46
Joyfully, Joyfully - Wm. Hunter - 66
Just Touch the Harp Gently - C. Blamphin - 146
Kathleen - W. Williams - 168
Keen Blaws the Wind - R. Tannahill - 153
King's Highway, The - J. L. Molloy - 44
Laddie - Ciro Pinsuti - 70
Laughing Glee - Martini - 63
Let the Palms Wave on this Happy Day - Faure - 12
Little Cherry Blossom - Little Ones - 53
Little Children, Can You Tell? - Christmas - 151
Little Eva - Manuel Emilio - 14
Little Farm Well Tilled, A - Anonymous - 155
Little Tin Soldier - J. L. Molloy - 112
Little Word in Kindness Said, A - Anonymous - 127
Lock! Lock! Ahoy! - Milton Wellings - 16
Lorena - J. P. Webster - 24
Lovely Mary Donnelly - Wm. Allingham - 170
Love's Golden Dream - Lindsay Lennox - 5
Maggie's Secret - Claribel - 59
Maiden and Rose - Anonymous - 105
March of the Cameron Men - M. M. Campbell - 122
Mary at the Saviour's Tomb - J. Blumenthal - 69
Mary of the Wild Moor - Anonymous - 98
Mary's Tears - Oliver Shaw - 124
Mellow Notes of Hunter's Horn - Anonymous - 26
Merry May, The - Swiss Air - 149
'Mid Winter Storms We're Sleeping - Reissman - 91
Monkey's Wedding, The - Traditional - 120
My Laddie Far Away - M. Lindsay - 10
My Life Is Like - R. Schumann - 142
Night and Day, Love - Franz Abt - 107
Norah McShane - Charles E. Horn - 152
Nothing True but Heaven - Oliver Shaw - 137
Now the Sun Has Gone to Rest - V. Bellini - 166
Now to All a Kind Good-night - Round - 167
Nursery Songs - Little Folks - 99
Nymphs of Air and Sea - Henry Smart - 96
O County Guy, the Hour is Nigh - Walter Scott - 21
O Had I Wings Like a Dove - Chas. Jeffreys - 45
O Mary, Go and Call the Cattle Home - Kingsley - 8
O Robin, Red Robin - Samuel G. King - 149
O Say, Do You Remember - Ricci Waltz - 175
O'er the Grave Victorious - C. Goudimel - 46
Oh, for a Heart to Praise my God - Chas. Wesley - 69
Oh, Give Me but My Arab Steed - G. A. Hodson - 56
Oh, Is It Thus We Part - George Linley - 9
Oh, Jacob, Get the Cows Home - H. S. Thompson - 154
Oh, Many a Time I'm Sad at Heart - Claribel - 59
Oh, My Bravest and Best - V. Bellini - 138
Oh, Susanna - S. C. Foster - 172
Oh, Sweet and Dim the Light and Shade - Sullivan - 68
Oh, Whisper What Thou Feelest - B. Richards - 78
Oh, Why Does the White Man Follow My Path? - - 50
Old and Young Marie - F. H. Cowen - 140
Old King Cole - Traditional - 121
Old Lock, The - F. E. Weatherly - 16
Old Santa Claus in Christmas Dress - Nursery - 99
Once More, My Soul - Isaac Watts - 66
One Night when the Wind It Blew Cold - Anon. - 98
One Sweetly Solemn Thought - Phebe Cary - 133
Only with Thine Eyes - W. Mozart - 171
Our Daily Bread - W. M. Hutchinson - 86
Over the Hills and Far Away - J. L. Molloy - 176
Over the Sea - Groom - 41
Palms, The - J. Faure - 12
Pat Malloy - Dion Boucicault - 35
Raise Your Hands - School Songs - 87
Revive Us Again - J. J. Husband - 81
Robert! Robert! - Giacomo Meyerbeer - 84
Robin Redbreast - W. C. Levey - 109
Robin Song, The - Anonymous - 21
Rose Marie - F. E. Weatherly - 176
Rounds, Do, Mi, Sol, etc. - - 111, 153, 163, 167
Row, Row, My Boatie - W. Mozart - 51
Rule, Britannia - Thomas Arne - 148
Sad Was the Hour - Henry Smart - 135
Salute the Happy Morn - John Byrom - 67
Salvation, Oh, the Joyful Sound - Isaac Watts - 125
Sands o' Dee - Francis Boott - 8
Savourneen Dheelish - George Colman - 157
Scots, Wha Hae wi' Wallace Bled - R. Burns - 92
Serenade - V. Bellini - 166
Shadow, A - A. Sullivan - 77
She Stands on the Pier - F. E. Weatherly - 140
Sing a Song of Sixpence - Little Folks - 62
Skylark, The - James Hogg - 159
Sleigh Ride, The - J. C. Johnson - 151
So Runs My Dream - Alfred Tennyson - 135
So Sweet Her Voice - G. Verdi - 54
Soldier's Return, The - Robert Burns - 108
Song of Sunshine - Anonymous - 126
Song of Temperance - Naumann - 86
Song of the Old Bell - Odoardo Barri - 90
Spinning Was Young Clochette - J. L. Molloy - 116
Sprig of Shillelah - Anonymous - 173
Spring Returning - Round - 153
Star of Glengary, The - Eliza Cook - 11
Story of the Shepherd - Joseph Barnby - 103
Summer Song - Little Folks - 19
Summer Suns Glowing - Anonymous - 169
Sun Is Low, The - Walter Scott - 100
Sun o'er the Mountain, The - H. R. Bishop - 20
Sweet Birds Are Winging, The - Swiss Air - 149
Sweet Will of God - F. W. Faber - 131
Swiftly, Swiftly o'er the Snow - J. C. Johnson - 151
Take My Head on Your Shoulder - A. H. Behrend - 60
There Is a Bonny Isle - Irish Air - 163
There Is Many a Man of the Cameron Clan - - 122
There's Not a Word - Anonymous - 58
Third Day Was the Marriage Feast, The - - 89
This Happy Day - Paul Henrion - 160
This World Is All a Fleeting Show - T. Moore - 137
Tho' You Leave Me Now in Sorrow - Neil Gow - 167
Thou Art Gone from My Gaze - G. Linley - 79
Thou, Thou, Reign'st in This Bosom - German - 155
Three Kings of Orient - Old Carol - 30
Three Poor Mariners - Anonymous - 40
Thy Glory Thou Didst Manifest - E. E. Higbee - 47
Thy Kindness to Our Fathers Shown - Roscoe - 81
Tired, So Tired - M. Lindsay - 101
'Tis Evening Brings My Heart to Thee - Tucker - 110
To Thee, Our Father and Our Friend - Hastings - 127
'Twas in the Sunny Rhineland - Henry Smart - 150
Tyrolese Mountain Song - Tyrolien - 64
Under the Willow She's Sleeping - S. C. Foster - 9
Underneath the May Tree - W. C. Levey - 15
Waefu' Heart, The - Susanna Blamire - 76
Waking Flowers - A. Reissman - 91
Warrior Bold, A - Stephen Adams - 174
Water into Wine, The - E. E. Higbee - 47
We Praise Thee, O God - Wm. P. Mackay - 81
We Three Kings of Orient are - Old Carol - 30
Weary of Living, So Weary - Virginia Gabriel - 28
Wee Bird, The - German - 48
When Gentle Winds Blow - R. Schumann - 132
When I Can Read My Title Clear - Isaac Watts - 125
When the Mists Have Rolled Away - A. Herbert - 80
When Wild War's Deadly Blast - Robert Burns - 108
Where Are the Vintage Songs - F. Hemans - 19
Where My Home Lies - Anonymous - 114
Where the Aspens Quiver - T. H. Bayly - 74
Where the Faded Flower - Horatius Bonar - 25
While Shepherds Watched - Nahum Tate - 115
Whisper What Thou Feelest - B. Richards - 78
White Blossoms - W. C. Levey - 15
Who Rides Yonder, Proud and Gay - Weatherly - 44
Why Do I Weep for Thee - G. Linley - 104
Wife's Welcome, The - I. B. Woodbury - 34
Yankee Boy, The - Alexander Lee - 113
Years Creep Slowly By, The - J. P. Webster - 24
Ye'll Know Him by His Golden Hair - Lindsay - 10
Young Indian Maid, The - Thomas Moore - 145


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Subject: Index: Franklin Square Song Collection No. 1
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 25 Dec 08 - 03:49 PM

Complete text at Google Books.

FRANKLIN SQUARE SONG COLLECTION NO. 1
Two-Hundred Favorite Songs and Hymns for Schools and Homes, Nursery and Fireside.
Selected by J. P. McCaskey
1881 (1898) Harper & Brothers

Abide with Me
Alas! and did My Saviour Bleed
All Together
Alpine Horn, The
Angelic Songs are Swelling
Annie Laurie
As a Little Child
As Pants the Wearied Hart
Auld Lang Syne
Away! Away! ("Massaniello")
Away! Away! Away!
A Wild Rose in the Forest
Baby Bye, Here's a Fly
Behold the Sabre of My Father
Beside the Mill
Bird Song, The
Bird Let Loose, The
Blossom Time
Blue Bird, The
Blue Bells of Scotland
Boat Song, The Bonnie Doon
Bonnie Charlie
By Cool Siloam's Shady Rill
Calm on the Listening Ear of Night
Cherries Ripe
Chide Mildly the Erring
Child's Hymn
Christ Was Born on Christmas Day
Christmas Time is Come Again
Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean
Come, All Ye Faithful
Come, Come, Come O'er the Hills
Come Holy Spirit, Heavenly Dove
Come to the Old Oak Tree
Come with the Gipsy Bride
Come, Ye Disconsolate
Comin' Thro' the Rye
Cradle Hymn: Hush My Babe
Cradle Song: Sleep, Beloved, Sleep
Cookoo, Welcome Thy Song
Days of Summer Glory
Deadly Cup, The
Dearest Spot, The
Deck the Hall with Boughs of Holly
Evening Hymn
Even Me
Fair as the Morning
Faithful Little Bird, The
Far Away
Farewell, O Joyous Sunny Grove
Farewell to Lochaber
Farewell to the Woods
Father, Whate'er of Earthly Bliss
First Christmas Gifts
Flag of the Free
Follow Me, Full of Glee
Forever and Forever
Freedom's Flag
Full Far Away a City Stands
Gaily the Troubadour
Geography Song
Gentle Words and kindly Deeds
Glad Christmas Bells
God Bless Our Native Land
Go, Forget Me
Golden Rule, The
Good-bye, Good-bye to Summer
Good Cheer
Good Night
Guide Me, O Great Jehovah (Herold)
Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah (Von Flotow)
Hail Columbia
Hail, Thou Most Sacred One
Happy Land
Hark! Hark! My Soul
Heirs of Unending Life
He Giveth His Beloved Sleep
Ho, Ho, Vacation Days Are Here
Holy, Holy, Holy (Nicaea)
Home, Home, Can I Forget Thee?
Home of the Soul
Home, Sweet Home
How Can I Leave Thee
How Gentle God's Commands
How Happy Is the Child Who Hears
Hunting Song
Hush, My Babe
Hymn Tunes
   Seymour 7
   Manoah 13
   Kingsley 16
   Fideles 27
   America 30, 33
   Naomi 35
   St. Hilda 47
   Eventide 60
   Frederick 16
   Dawning, 61
   Placida 63
   Evan 73
   Nicaea 92
   Hursley 93
   St. Agnes 115, 133
   Ave Sanctissima 123
   Innocents 129
   Portuguese Hymn 130
   Old Hundred 131
   Martyn 133
   St. Philip 137
   Berlin 161
   Dundee 161.
I Had a Bird, a Little Bird
I Had Four Brothers Over the Sea
I Love the Song of Birds
I'm a Shepherd of the Valley
In Flakes of a Feathery White
In the Wild Chamois Track
In the West the Sun Declining
It's Fair to See the Morning Breeze
I've Been Thinking of Home
Jerusalem the Golden
Jesus, Lover of My Soul
Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee
John Anderson, My Jo
Jolly Old St. Nicholas
Joys that We've Tasted
Katy's Letter
Kind Words Can Never Die
King of Love, The
Land Ahead! its Fruits are Waving
Land of Memory, The
Land of the Leal, The
Last Rose of Summer
Lead, Kindly Light
Let Erin Remember the Days of Old
Life Let Us Cherish
Lightly Row
Little Birdie in the Tree
Little Brother, Darling Boy
Little Drops of Water
Longing for Spring
Long, Long Ago
Lord, in this Thy Mercy's Day
Love Thy Mother, Little One
Love, Hope, Happiness
Lovely Rose
Marseilles Hymn
Maxwelton's Braes Are Bonnie
May Is Here, the World Rejoices
Melodies of Many Lands
Meek and Lowly
Merrily Greet the Morn
Mill May
Mill-Wheel, The
Minstrel Boy, The
Month of the Apple Blossom
Morning Red
Mother's Wish, The
Mower's Song, The
Mountain Maids Invitation
Music on the Waves
My Country, 'Tis of Thee
My Heart's in the Highlands
My Mother Loves Me Not
National Hymn
Nearer, My God to Thee
Near the Lake (Where Drooped the Willow, Long Time Ago!)
O Come, Come Away
O Come, All Ye Faithful
Oft in the Stilly Night
Oh, Gladly Now We Hail Thee
Oh, How Cold the Winter Weather
Oh, the Sports of Childhood
Oh, Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean
Oh, Tell Me What it Meaneth
O Jesus, Thou Art Standing
Old Oaken Bucket, The
Old Cottage Clock, The
Old Familiar Place, The
Old Hundred with Doxology
On We Are Floating
Once I Saw a Sweetbriar Rose
Our Country's Flag, O Emblem Dear
Our Father in Heaven
Our Fatherland
Our Flag Is There
Origin of Yankee Doodle
Over the Water to Charlie
Perri Merri Dictum, Domine
Polish Maiden Song
Polish May Song
Prayer from Freischutz
Remember Thy Creator Now
Robin Adair
Robin Redbreast
Robinson Crusoe
Rose of Allandale
Row Your Boat (round)
Sabre Song, The
Safe Within the Vail
Saw Ye Never in the Twilight
Scenes that Are Brightest
Should Auld Acquaintance
Silently Falling Snow
Silent Night! Holy Night!
Sing Always
Sing, Gaily Sing
Singing in the Rain
Sing, Thou Merry Bird
Sleep, Beloved, Sleep
Snow Bird, The
Softly Now the Light of Day (Doane)
Softly Now the Light of Day (Donizetti)
Soft, Soft Music Is Stealing
Softly Blow the Vernal Breezes
Songs Revealing Sacred feeling
Sons of Men, Behold from Far
Sparkling and Bright
Speed Away
Spider and the Fly, The
Star Spangled Banner
Still, Still with Thee
Strong Lads of Labor
Sweet Bird, Thine Early Note
Sweet Hour of Prayer
Sweet Saviour, Bless Us ere We Go
Swinging 'neath the Old Apple Tree
The Bell Doth Toll
The Dearest Spot
The Fairy Boy
The Farmer
The Harp that Once thro' Tara's Halls
The Heart Bowed Down
The Hobby Horse
The Ingleside
The Long Years
The Lord's Prayer
The Loreley
The Melodies of Many Lands
The Minstrel Boy
The Mother's Wish
The Mourner
The Old Familiar Place
The Sun Is Rising o'er the Ocean
The Teetotalers Are Coming
There Is a Happy Land
There's a Wedding in the Orchard
There's Music in the Air
They Say I May Marry the Laird
Thoughts of Home (chant)
Those Evening Bells
Those Endearing Young Charms
Twilight Is Falling
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
Try, Try Again
Upidee: "Excelsior"
Up the Hills on a Bright Sunny Morn
Verdant Grove, Farewell to Thee
Visions of Morning, The
Wake, Wake the Morning
Wander Staff, The
Watch on the Rhine, The
Weep for the Fallen
We Have Been Friends Together
We Lay Us Down to Sleep
We May Rove the Wide World
Welcome to Morning
What Can the Matter Be?
What Fairy-like Music
What I Love and Hate, John Brown
What Will We Do, Love?
When I Was a Lad
When Shall We Meet Again?
When the Day with Rosy Light
When the Swallows Homeward Fly
Where Is Now the Merry Party?
Where the Elm-Tree Branches
Will You Come Into My Parlor?
With Glowing Heart I'd Praise Thee
Work and Play
Work, for the Night Is Coming
Ye Banks an' Braes o' Bonnie Doon
Ye Sons of France, Awake!
Your Mission


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Subject: Index: Academy Songbook for Use in Schools and,,,
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 25 Dec 08 - 08:17 PM

THE ACADEMY SONGBOOK FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
Charles H. Levermore
Ginn & Co., Boston, 1895

This volume has songs additional to those in "The Abridged Academy Song-Book", posted above, an well as a "Course of Study in Vocal Music and Sight-Singing."
The 'Abridged' version in turn has songs not in this earlier unabridged Song-Book.
The additional songs are as follows:

Adelphi Marches Onward (adapted from Harrow song)
A Mighty Fortress Is Our God
Andreas Hofer
Ark of Freedom
Auf Wiedersehen
Austrian National Hymn
Bonnie Blue Flag
Bonum Est
Deus Misereatur
Ein' Feste Burg
German Student Song
Glory, Glory Hallelujah
God and Fatherland
Going Home [Scotch air]
Good-Night, Farewell
Harvard Song
Jaeger-Leben
John Brown's Body
Jubilate Deo
Know'st Thou the Land
Kuehlreihen [alternate name for Ranz des Vaches)
Laudate Dominum
Lied der Deutschen
Lord's Prayer, Steiner
Lord's Prayer, Tallis
Mit dem Herrn fang Alles an
Nearer to Thee, Abe
Nunc Dimitis
Schlummerlied
Slave Song [Nobody Knows the Trouble...]
The Sword
Vaterlandsliebe
Walk in Line
Wearing of the Green
Where is the German Fatherland? (English and German)
Wir Pfluegen

Songs in Study Group, Grades I-IX (for teaching Children). Not in alphabetical index.
Some of these are in the Franklin Square Collection No. I (posted above)

The First Six Sounds of the Scale of G
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
Lightly Row
Try, Try Again
Little Things
Hobby-Horse
The Farmer
The Cuckoo
Cherries Ripe
The Mill-Wheel
Movement Song (Singing Merrily)
Longing for Spring
Sing, Thou Merry Bird
Good Cheer
What Can the Matter Be?
Days of Summer Glory
Work and Play
Perri Merri Dictum Domine
Lovely Rose
Hunting Song (Von Weber)
The Mower's Song
Little Brother
O Come, Come Away
Sing, Gaily Sing
What Fairy-Like Music
The Bell Doth Toll
Merrily, Merrily
Holiday Song
Work and Play
Round: The City of Fire
Swift We Go
The Violet
Laughing Song
Rosy Morning
Let Us Make Our Voices Ring
Mists of Morning
Vacation Days Are Here
Sweet Birds Are Singing
Slumber Song
'Neath the Shady Branches
Sing with Glee
Come Lovely Evening
When Home Returning
Join We in Chorus

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Subject: Index: Most Popular Plantation Songs (Noble, 1911)
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 26 Dec 08 - 01:42 PM

THE MOST POPULAR PLANTATION SONGS

Selected and Arranged by Gilbert Clifford Noble, 1911
Hinds, Noble & Eldridge, Publishers, NY.

A Little More Cider, Too
A Little More Faith in Jesus
Angelina Baker
Away down Souf
Babylon Is Fallen
Belle ob Baltimore
Carry Me Back to Old Virginny
Carve dat Possum
Children, You'll Be Called On
Coal-Black Rose
Dandy Jim ob Caroline
Darling Nellie Gray
Dearest Mae
De Camptown Races
Dixie's Land
Dolcy Jones
Dolly May
Don't Bet Your Money on de Shanghai
Down in the Valley
Ellie Rhee
Farewell, My Lilly Dear
General Roll, The
Gentle Nettie Moore
Gideon's Band
Give Me Jesus
Glendy Burke, The
Go Chain the Lion Down
Going to Ride Up in the Chariot
Good-bye, Brother
Gospel Train, The
Hard Times Come Again No More
Hard Trials
Hoop de Dooden Do
I Ain't Going to Die No More
I'll Hear the Trumpet Sound
I'm a Trav'ling to the Grave
I'm So Glad
Inching Along
In de Lou'siana Lowlands
I Seen Her at de Window
I've Just Come from the Fountain
Jim Crack Corn
John Brown's Body
Jordan Am a Hard Road to Trabbel
Keep Me from Sinking Down
Kingdom Coming
Levee Song
Little More Cider, Too, A
Little More Faith in Jesus, A
Lou'siana Belle
Lubly Dine
Lucy Long
Lucy Neal
Many Thousand Gone
Mary and Martha
Mary Blane
March On
Massa's in the Cold Ground
Melinda May
Mourned in the Valley
My Brudder Gum
My Old Kentucky Home
Nancy Till
Nelly Bly
Nellie Was a Lady
Nicodemus Johnson
Noah's Ark
Nobody Knows the Trubble
O redeemed
Oh, Boys, Carry Me 'Long
Oh, Dem Golden Slippers
Oh, Give Me the Wings
Oh, Lemuel
Oh, Sinner Man
Oh, Susanna
Oh, the Rocks and the Mountains
Oh, Wasn't That a Wide River
Old Black Joe
Old Cabin Home
Ole Dan Tucker
Old Dog Tray
Old Folks at Home
Ole Shady
Polly-Wolly Doodle
Poor Old Slave, The
Ring, Ring, de Banjo
Rise Mourners
Roll, Jordan, Roll
Rosa Lee
Rose ob Alabama, The
Run to Jesus
Sally Come Up
Shine On
Steal Away
Stop that Knocking
Susan Jane
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
The General Roll
The Glendy Burke
The Gospel Train
The Poor Old Slave
The Rose ob Alabama
Ten Virgins, The
This Old Time Religion
Tom-Big-Bee River
Turn Back Pharaoh's Army
Uncle Ned
Wake Up, Jacob
Way Down in Ca-i-ro
We'll Die in the Field


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Subject: Index: Hampton and Its Students (1874)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 30 Dec 08 - 01:10 PM

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Hampton and Its Students
by Mary Frances Armstrong, Helen Wilhelmina Ludlow, Thomas P. Fenner (New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1874)

A Great Camp-meetin' in de Promised Land
Babylon's Fallin'
Bright Sparkles in de Churchyard
De Church ob God
De ole Ark a-moverin'
De ole Sheep done know de Road
De Winter'll soon be ober
Did you hear my Jesus?
Don't ye view dat Ship a-come a-sailin'?
Dust an' Ashes
Ef ye want to see Jesus
Gideon's Band, or de milk-white Horses
Good News, de Chariot's comin'
Gwine Up
Hail! Hail! Hail!
Hard Trials
Hear de Angels singin'
Hear de Lambs a-cryin'
I don't feel noways tired
I hope my Mother will be there
In dat great gettin'-up Mornin'
I've been a-list'nin' all de Night long
John Saw
Judgment-Day is a-rollin' around
Keep me from sinkin' down
King Emanuel
Love an' serve de Lord
Most done trabelin'
My Bretheren, don't get weary
My Lord delibered Daniel
My Lord, what a Mornin'
Nobody knows de Trouble I've seen
Oh! de Hebben is shinln'
Oh! den my little Soul's gwine to shine
Oh! give way, Jordan
Oh! Sinner, you'd better get ready
Oh! wasn't dat a wide Riber?
Oh! yes
Peter, go ring dem Bells
Religion is a Fortune
Rise an' shine
Run, Mary, run
Some o' dese Mornin's
Sweet Canaan
Sweet Turtle Dove, or Jerusalem Mornin'
Swing low, sweet Chariot
The Danville Chariot
View de Land
Walk you in de Light
Who'll jine de Union?
Zion, weep a-low


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Subject: Index: Franklin Square Song Collection, No. 1?
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 30 Dec 08 - 07:15 PM

The song titles listed here are somewhat different from those posted above by Q on 25 Dec 08 - 03:49 PM. This appears to be a different edition of the same book.

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Franklin Square Song Collection [No. 1?]
by John Piersol McCaskey (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1881)


Abide with Me - Wm. H. Monk - 60
All the Saints Adore Thee - J. B. Dykes - 92
All Together - Geo. F. Root - 32
Alpine Horn, The - Rimbault - 29
Angelic Songs Are Swelling - F. W. Faber - 85
Annie Laurie - Scotch - 108
As a Little Child - C. M. Von Weber - 21
Auld Lang Syne - Robert Burns - 104
Away! Away! ("Massaniello") - Auber - 150
Baby Bye, Here's a Fly - Theodore Tilton - 79
Bell Doth Toll, The - Round - 70
Beside the Mill - Ch. Gluck - 37
Bird Let Loose, The - Thomas Moore - 7
Bird Song, The - Wm. Allingham - 19
Blue Bells of Scotland - Mrs. Jordan - 102
Blue Bird, The - C. De Beriot - 11
Boat Song, The - C. M. Von Weber - 45
Bonnie Charlie - Finley Dun - 56
Bonnie Doon - Robert Burns - 86
By Cool Siloam's Shady Rill - R. Heber - 139
Calm on the Listening Ear of Night - J. B. Dykes - 115
Cherries Ripe - Kindergarten - 109
Chide Mildly the Erring - W. B. Bradbury - 26
Child's Hymn - Old Melody - 151
Christ Was Born on Christmas Day - Carol - 143
Christmas Time Is Come Again - Carol - 87
Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean - D. T. Shaw - 71
Come to the Old Oak Tree - English - 57
Come with the Gipsy Bride - M. W. Balfe - 141
Come, All Ye Faithful - Christmas Hymn - 27
Come, Holy Spirit, Heavenly Dove - Isaac Watts - 133
Come, Ye Disconsolate - S. Webbe - 156
Comin' thro' the Rye - Scotch - 64
Cradle Hymn: Hush, My Babe - Isaac Watts - 22
Cradle Song: Sleep, Beloved, Sleep - W. Taubert - 119
Cuckoo, Welcome Thy Song - German - 47
Days of Summer Glory - C. M. Von Weber - 95
Deadly Cup, The - School Song - 105
Dearest Spot, The - W. T. Wrighton - 14
Deck the Hall with Boughs of Holly - Welsh Air - 120
Even Me - E. O. Lyte - 114
Evening Hymn - "Ave, Sanctissima" - 123
Fair as the Morning - Geo. F. Root - 142
Fairy Boy, The - Samuel Lover - 74
Faithful Little Bird, The - D. M. Muloch - 54
Far Away - M. Lindsay - 72
Farewell to the Woods - German - 94
Farewell, O Joyous, Sunny Grove - H. Esser - 47
Farmer, The - Kindergarten - 27
Father, Whate'er of Earthly Bliss - Lowell Mason - 35
Flag of the Free - R. Wagner - 63
Follow Me, Full of Glee - Movement Song - 58
Forever and Forever - C. C. Converse - 91
Freedom's Flag - John J. Hood - 117
Gaily the Troubadour - T. H. Bayley - 69
Gentle Words and Kindly Deeds - Geo. Cooper - 139
Geography Song - M. B. C. Slade - 91
Glad Christmas Bells - Carol - 145
Go, Forget Me - W. A. Mozart - 40
God Bless Our Native Land - T. Dwight - 33
Golden Rule, The - School Song - 9
Good Cheer - "Cracovienne" - 103
Good Night - Franz Abt - 103
Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah - F. Herold - 63
Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah - Flotow - 132
Hail Columbia - F. Hopkinson - 77
Happy Land - Swiss Melody - 151
Harp That Once thro' Tara's Halls, The - T. Moore - 42
Heart Bowed Down, The - M. W. Balfe - 159
Heirs of Unending Life - B. Beddome - 23
Ho, Ho, Vacation Days Are Here - J. C. Johnson - 98
Hobby Horse, The - Kindergarten - 121
Home of the Soul - Philip Phillips - 20
Home, Home, Can I Forget Thee? - German - 99
Home, Sweet Home - John Howard Payne - 5
How Can I Leave Thee - Volkslied - 106
How Gentle God's Commands - H, G. Nageli - 23
How Happy Is the Child Who Hears - M. Bruce - 119
Hunting Song - C. M. Von Weber - 146
I Would Not Live Alway - W. A. Muhlenberg - 16
I'm a Shepherd of the Valley - F. G. Klauer - 101
Ingleside, The - H. W. Ainslee - 46
Jerusalem the Golden - Alexander Ewing - 122
Jerusalem, My Happy Home - Latin Hymn - 157
Jesus, Lover of My Soul - Chas. Wesley - 133
Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee - G. Rossini - 13
John Anderson, My Jo - Robert Burns - 154
Jolly Old St. Nicholas - Christmas Song - 50
Joys That We've Tasted - Anonymous - 36
Katy's Letter - Lady Dufferin - 160
Kind Words Can Never Die - Anonymous - 126
King of Love, The - J. B. Dykes - 93
Land o' the Leal, The - Lady Nairn - 96
Land of Memory, The - "Auld Lang Syne" - 11
Last Rose of Summer - Thomas Moore - 148
Lead, Kindly Light - J. H. Newman - 12
Let Erin Remember the Days of Old - T. Moore - 38
Life Let Us Cherish - H. G. Nageli - 135
Lightly Row - Spanish Melody - 24
Little Birdie in the Tree - P. P. Bliss - 140
Little Brother, Darling Boy - Nursery Song - 50
Little Things - Kindergarten - 51
Long Years, The - Thos. Moore - 97
Long, Long Ago - Anonymous - 18
Longing for Spring - German - 127
Lord, in This Thy Mercy's Day - W. H. Monk - 137
Lord's Prayer, The - S. J. Hale - 107
Loreley, The - F. Silcher - 134
Lovely Rose - Venetian Melody - 138
Marseilles Hymn - Rouget de Lisle - 149
Meek and Lowly - S. Glover - 83
Melodies of Many Lands - C. W. Glover - 8
Merrily Greet the Morn - Round - 30
Mill May - Anonymous - 125
Mill-Wheel, The - Kindergarten - 155
Minstrel Boy, The - Thomas Moore - 39
Morning Red - R. W. Raymond - 49
Mountain Maid's Invitation - H. Werner - 121
Mourner, The - Volkslied - 43
Mower's Song, The - German Air - 155
Music on the Waves - Chas. W. Glover - 15
My Heart's in the Highlands - Robert Burns - 55
National Hymn - S. F. Smith - 30
Near the Lake - Geo. P. Morris - 9
Nearer, My God, to Thee - Sarah F. Adams - 23
O Come, Come Away - W. E. Hickson - 118
O Jesu, Thou Art Standing - W. W. How - 48
Oft in the Stilly Night - John Stevenson - 88
Oil, Gladly Now We Hail Thee - V. Bellini - 41
Old Cottage Clock, The - J. L. Malloy - 147
Old Familiar Place, The - C. W. Glover - 21
Old Hundred, with Doxology - W. Franc - 131
Old Oaken Bucket, The - Sam'l Woodworth - 152
Once I Saw a Sweet Brier Rose - H. Werner - 73
Our Fatherland - Franz Abt - 31
Our Flag Is There - Anonymous - 44
Over the Water to Charlie - Scotch - 100
Perri Merri Dictum, Domine - Nursery Song - 66
Polish Maiden Song - Goria - 70
Polish May Song - Polish Air - 35
Prayer from Freischutz - Von Weber - 137
Remember Thy Creator Now - W. H. Havergal - 73
Robin Adair - English - 76
Robin Redbreast - Wm. Allingham - 89
Robinson Crusoe - "Rogue's March" - 59
Rose of Allandale - English - 33
Rose, The - Carl Eckert - 52
Row Your Boat (Round) - E. O. Lyte - 69
Sabre Song, The - J. Offenbach - 53
Safe within the Vail - J. M. Evans - 144
Saw Ye Never, in the Twilight - C. F. Alexander - 25
Scenes That Are Brightest - W. V. Wallace - 157
Silent Night! Holy Night! - Michael Haydn - 129
Silently Falling Snow - Popular Melody - 75
Sing Always - Wm. F. Sherwin - 136
Sing, Gaily Sing - G. P. Weimar - 127
Sing, Thou Merry Bird - Kindergarten - 37
Singing in the Rain - S. B. Gould - 34
Snow Bird, The - F. C. Woodworth - 124
Soft, Soft Music Is Stealing - German Melody - 45
Softly Now the Light of Day - G. Donizetti - 145
Softly Now the Light of Day - G. W. Doane - 7
Sons of Men, Behold from Far - Chas. Wesley - 129
Sparkling and Bright - Temperance Song - 131
Speed Away - I. B. Woodbury - 10
Spider and the Fly, The - O. H. Normino - 153
Star Spangled Banner, The - Francis S. Key - 65
Still, Still with Thee - H. B. Stowe - 61
Sun of My Soul - W. H. Monk - 93
Sweet Hour of Prayer - Wm. B. Bradbury - 6
Sweet Saviour, Bless Us Ere We Go - F. W. Faber - 128
Swinging 'neath the Old Apple Tree - O. R. Barrows - 67
There Is a Happy Land - Hindoo Air - 99
There's Music in the Air - Geo. F. Root - 84
Those Endearing Young Charms - W. Davenant - 158
Those Evening Bells - Thomas Moore - 105
Thoughts of Home (Chant) - J. E. Gould - 82
Try, Try Again - Kindergarten - 51
Twilight Is Falling - B. C. Unseld - 107
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star - Jane Taylor - 95
Up the Hills on a Bright Sunny Morn - G, Rossini - 147
Upidee: "Excelsior" - College Song - 68
Visions of Morning, The - College Song - 110
Wake, Wake the Morning - Anonymous - 135
Wander Staff, The - Volkslied - 109
Watch on the Rhine, The - Carl Wilhelm - 51
We Have Been Friends Together - C. E. Norton - 115
We Lay Us Down to Sleep - R. Schumann - 28
Weep for the Fallen - Portuguese Hymn - 130
Welcome to Morning - M. B. C. Slade - 17
What Can the Matter Be? - Old Song - 43
What Fairy-Like Music - De Pinna - 112
What I Love and Hate, John Brown - C. Mackay - 111
What Will You Do, Love? - Samuel Lover - 90
When Shall We Meet Again? - Lowell Mason - 13
When the Day with Rosy Light - Stockhausen - 78
When the Swallows Homeward Fly - Franz Abt - 62
With Glowing Heart I'd Praise Thee - F. S. Key - 132
Work and Play - French Air - 25
Work, for the Night Is Coming - Lowell Mason - 116
Your Mission - Ellen H. Gates - 113


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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 30 Dec 08 - 08:51 PM

My Franklin Square No. 1 is a 1898 printing (copyright, however, is stated as 1881).Does your copy have a printing date?
I would not be surprised if changes were made in that 17-year period.
I should get around to posting No. 2 before too long.
This series is well-worth having.


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Subject: Index: Heart Songs Dear to the American People
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 31 Dec 08 - 12:44 AM

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Heart Songs Dear to the American People
And by them Contributed in the Search for Treasured Songs Initiated by the National Magazine
by Joe Mitchell Chapple (Boston: The Chapple Publishing Company, Ltd., 1909)

Abide with Me - Monk
Adieu! 'Tis Love's Last Greeting - Schubert
Afterwards - Mullen
Ah! I Have Sighed to Rest Me - Verdi
Ah! So Pure - Flotow
Alice, Where Art Thou? - Ascher
All Is Quiet, Lullaby, Violin Obligato - Rosewig
America - National
American Hymn - Keller
Angelic Songs Are Swelling - Armstrong
Angels Ever Bright and Fair - Handel
Annie Laurie - Scott
Annie Lisle - Thompson
Ariel - Mason
Arise, My Soul - Edson
Auld Lang Syne - Scotch
Auld Robin Gray - Old Melody
Aura Lee
Baby Bunting
Baby Mine - Johnston
Barbara Allen - Old Song
Battle Cry of Freedom, The - Root
Battle Hymn of the Republic
Be Kind to the Loved Ones at Home - Woodbury
Beautiful Bells - Wellman
Beautiful Dreamer - Foster
Beautiful Isle of the Sea - Thomas
Beautiful Star in Heaven So Bright - Sayles
Because You're You - Herbert
Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms - Scotch
Belle Mahone - McNaughton
Birds in the Night - Sullivan
Blanche Alpen - Glover
Blow the Man Down - Chantey-Song
Blow, Boys, Blow - Chantey-Song
Blue Alsatian Mountains, The - Adams
Blue Bells of Scotland, The - Folksong
Blue Juniata, The - Sullivan
Boatmen's Dance, De - Smith
Bohunkus
Bonnie
Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomon', The - Scotch
Bonnie Blue Flag, The - Macarthy
Bonnie Dundee - Scotch
Bonny Eloise - Thomas
Bowld Sojer Boy, The - Lover
Break, Break, Break - Dempster
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin - Wagner
British Grenadiers, The - 16th Century
Brother, Tell Me of the Battle - Root
Bruce's Address - Scotch
Buffalo Gals
Bull Dog, The
Bunker Hill - Tuckerman
Buy a Broom - English
By the Sad Sea Waves - Benedict
Call Me Pet Names - Osgood
Campbells Are Coming, The - Scotch
Camptown Races - Foster
Captain Jinks - Pratt
Carrier Dove - Johnson
Carry Me Back to Old Virginny - Bland
Castanets Are Sounding - Spanish
Chinese Baby-Song
Christians, Awake - English
Clime Beneath Whose Genial Sun - Scotch
Co-ca-che-lunk
Come Back to Erin - Claribel
Come Home, Father - Work
Come, All Ye Faithful - Reading
Come, O Come with Me - Italian
Come, Thou Almighty King - Giardini
Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing - Wyeth
Come, Where My Love Lies Dreaming (Quartette) - Foster
Come, Ye Disconsolate - Webbe
Comin' thro' the Rye - Scotch
Cooper's Song - Von Suppe
Cradle Song
Cradle Song - Swedish
Cradle Song - Weber
Danish National Hymn - Erald
Danube River, The - Aide
Darby and Joan - Molloy
Darling Nellie Gray - Hanby
Dear Evelina, Sweet Evelina
Dearest Mae - Crosby
Dearest Spot Is Home, The - Wrighton
Dixie - Emmet
Do They Think of Me at Home
Dost Thou Love Me, Sister Ruth - Haydn
Douglas! Tender and True - Scott
Dream Faces - Hutchinson
Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes - Mozart
Dutch Company, The
Dutch National Song
Dying Volunteer, The - Muse
Embarrassment - Abt
Emmet's Lullaby - Emmet
Enchanted Isle, The - Verdi
English Chantey
Evening Star (Tannhauser) - Wagner
Ever of Thee - Hall
Faded Coat of Blue - McNaughton
Fading, Still Failing - Portuguese
Fair Harvard
Far Away - Bliss
Farewell - Silcher
Farewell Song
Farewell, My Own - Sullivan
Field of Monterey, The - Sullivan
Firmly Stand, My Native Land - Nageli
First Nowell, The - Ancient
Flee as a Bird - Dana
Flow Gently, Sweet Afton - Spilman
Flowers that Bloom in the Spring, The - Sullivan
For You - Smith
Forsaken - Koschat
Free America - 16th Century
Gaily the Troubadour - Bayley
Gaudeamus Igitur
Gentle Annie - Foster
Girl I Left Behind Me, The - Irish
Glorious Fourth, The - Old Melody
Go to Sleep, Lena Darling - Emmet
Go 'Way, Old Man! - Keith
God Be With You - Tomer
God Is Love - Conkey
God Speed the Right - German
Good-Bye - Engelbrecht
Good-bye, Sweetheart, Good-bye - Hatton
Good-night
Good-night, Farewell - Kucken
Graduates' Farewell, The
Hail to the Chief - Sanderson
Hail, Columbia - Phyla
Happy Land
Hard Times Come Again No More - Foster
Hardy Norseman, The - Norse
Hark! I Hear a Voice
Haul on the Bowlin' - Chantey-Song
Hazel Dell, The - Root
He Leadeth Me - Bradbury
Heart Bowed Down, The - Balfe
Heart of a Sailor, The - Adams
Heaven Is My Home - Sullivan
Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still - Wrighton
Holy Ghost, with Light Divine - Gottschalk
Holy, Holy, Holy! - Dykes
Home Again - Pike
Home to our Mountains - Verdi
Home, Sweet Home - Bishop
Homeland, The - Sullivan
Homeward Bound - Harrington
Hoop de Dooden Do - Nish
How Can I Leave Thee - Thuringian
How Gentle God's Commands - Nageli
Hush, My Babe - Rousseau
I Cannot Sing the Old Songs - Claribel
I Dreamt That I Dwelt in Marble Halls - Balfe
I Wandered by the Sea-Beat Shore - Cherry
I Would That My Love - Mendelssohn
I'll Hang My Harp on a Willow Tree - Guernsey
I'm a Pilgrim - Italian
I'm Wearing Awa', Jean - Scotch
In Old Madrid - Trotere
In the Gloaming - Harrison
In the Sweet Bye and Bye - Webster
Independent Farmer, The - Root
Integer Vitae - Flemming
Italian National Hymn
It's a Way We Have at Old Harvard
I've Left the Snow-Clad Hills - Linley
Jack and Gill - Handy
Jamie's on the Stormy Sea - Covert
Jerusalem - Parker
Jerusalem the Golden - Ewing
Jesus! the Very Thought of Thee - Dykes
Jingle, Bells
John Anderson, My Jo - Scotch
John Brown's Body
Johnny Sands - Sinclair
Jordan Am a Hard Road to Trabbel - Briggs
Joy to the World - Mason
Juanita
Just As I Am - Bradbury
Just Before the Battle, Mother - Root
Katey's Letter - Dufferin
Kathleen Aroon - Abt
Kathleen Mavourneen - Crouch
Keller's American Hymn - Keller
Kerry Dance, The - Molloy
Killarney - Balfe
Kind Words Are Dear to All - Van Noorden
Kingdom Coming - Work
Kiss Me Quick, and Go - Buckley
Kitty Tyrrell - Glover
Korner's Battle Prayer - Himmel
Laird o' Cockpen, The - Scotch
Land o' the Leal, The - Scotch
Landlord, Fill the Flowing Bowl
Larboard Watch - Williams
Last Night - Kjerulf
Last Rose of Summer, The - English
Lauriger Horatius
Lead, Kindly Light - Dykes
Let Me Dream Again - Sullivan
Life on the Ocean Wave, A - Russell
Lightly Row - Spanish
Lilly Dale - Thompson
Listen to the Mocking Bird
Little Bo-Peep - Elliott
Little More Cider, A - Hart
Loch Lomond - Scotch
Lone Fish-ball, The
Long Ago - Musgrave
Long, Long Ago - Bayly
Long, Long Weary Day, The
Looking Back - Sullivan
Lord's Prayer, The
Loreley, The - Silcher
Lorena - Webster
Lost Chord, The - Sullivan
Love Not - Blockley
Lovely Night - Chwatal
Love's Old, Sweet Song - Malloy
Love's Young Dream - Moore
Low-Backed Car, The - Irish
Lullaby - Jacobowski
Lulu Is Our Darling Pride - Jarvis
Lutzow's Wild Hunt - Weber
Maggie by My Side - Foster
Make Me No Gaudy Chaplet - Donizetti
Marching Along - Bradbury
Marching through Georgia - Work
Mariner, The
Marseillaise Hymn, The - de Lisle
Mary Had a Little Lamb
Mary of Argyle
Maryland! My Maryland!
Massa's in de Cold, Cold Ground - Foster
Meerschaum Pipe
Mermaid, The
Michael Roy
Midshipmite, The - Adams
Miller of the Dee, The
Miss Lucy Long
Missionary Hymn - Mason
My Ain Countrie - Scotch
My Faith Looks Up to Thee - Mason
My Grandma's Advice
My Jesus, as Thou Wilt - Weber
My Last Cigar
My Mary Anne - Tyte
My Mother's Bible - Russell
My Moustache
My Old Dog Tray - Foster
My Old Kentucky Home - Foster
My Trundle-Bed - Baker
Nancy Lee - Adams
Nearer, My God, to Thee - Mason
No One to Love - Everest
No, Never, No - Old Ballad
Nora O'Neal - Hays
Now the Day Is Over - Barnby
Nut Brown Maiden
O Dear! What Can the Matter Be?
O Give Me a Home by the Sea - Hosmer
O Loving Heart, Trust On - Gottschalk
O Music
O Paradise - Barnby
O Weary Feet - Beirly
O Ye Tears - Abt
O, Come, Come Away
Oft in the Stilly Night - Moore
Oh! Don't You Remember Sweet Alice
Oh! Susanna
Oh! Willie, We Have Miss'd You - Foster
Oh, Hush Thee, My Baby - Whittaker
Old Arm Chair, The - Russell
Old Black Joe - Foster
Old Cabin Home, The
Old Dan Tucker
Old Folks at Home, The - Foster
Old Hundred - Goudimel
Old Oaken Bucket, The - Woodworth
Old Rosin, the Beau
Old Sexton, The - Russell
Old Shady - Hanby
One Sweetly Solemn Thought - Ambrose
Onward, Christian Soldiers - Sullivan
Orphan Boys, The
Our Baby - French
Our Native Song - Methfessel
Out on the Deep - Lohr
Over the Garden Wall - Fox
Paddle Your Own Canoe - Hobson
Peter Gray
Pirates' Chorus - Balfe
Polly-wolly-doodle
Promised Land, The
Quilting Party, The
Rainy Day, The - Dempster
Red, White and Blue, The - Bccket
Rest for the Weary - Dadmun
Retreat - Stowe
Rig-a-jig
Robin Adair - Scotch
Robin Ruff - Russell
Rock Me to Sleep, Mother - Leslie
Rock of Ages - Hastings
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep - Knight
Rory O'Moore - Lover
Rosa Lee
Rosalie
Rose of Alabama, The
Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch - Scotch
Sailing - Marks
Sally Come Up - Sewell
Sally in Our Alley - English
Santa Lucia - Italian
See at Your Feet - Balfe
See-Saw Waltz Song - Crowe
Shall We Meet - Rice
Shining Shore, The - Root
Silent Night - German
Simon the Cellarer - Hatton
Sing, Smile, Slumber - Gounod
Sleep, Beloved, Sleep - Taubert
Soft, Soft Music is Stealing - German
Softly Now the Light of Day - Weber
Soldier's Farewell - Kinkel
Soldier's Tear - Bayly
Some Day - Wellings
Son of God Goes Forth to War, The - Cutler
Song of a Thousand Years - Work
Song of the Fowler - Mozart
Song of the Sea, A
Speed Away! Speed Away - Woodbury
Spring, The - Hayes
Star of the Twilight - Emerson
Stars of the Summer Night - Woodbury
Star-Spangled Banner, The - Arnold
Stonewall's Requiem - Deeves
Strike the Harp Gently - Woodbury
Sun of My Soul - Monk
Sweet and Low - Barnby
Sweet Bye and Bye - Webster
Sweet Genevieve - Tucker
Sweet Hour of Prayer - Bradbury
Sweet Spirit, Hear My Prayer! - Wallace
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - Slave Hymn
Switzer's Farewell, The - Linley
Sword of Bunker Hill, The - Covert
Take Back the Heart - Claribel
Take Me Home - Raymond
Tapping at the Garden Gate - New
Tar's Farewell, The - Adams
Tempest of the Heart - Verdi
Ten Little Niggers
Tenting Tonight - Kittredge
Then You'll Remember Me - Balfe
There Were Three Crows
There's Music in the Air
They All Love Jack - Adams
Those Evening Bells - Beethoven
Thousand Leagues Away, A - Barnby
Three Blind Mice
Three Fishers Went Sailing - Hullah
Three Little Kittens
Three Little Pigs, The - Gatty
Three Sailor Boys, The - Marzials
'Tis All That I Can Say - Temple
'Tis But a Little Faded Flower - Thomas
'Tis Midnight Hour
Tom Bowling - Dibdin
Tom-Big-Bee River
Too Late! Too Late! - Lindsay
Toyland - Herbert
Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! - Root
Twenty Years Ago - Willing
Twinkling Stars Are Laughing, Love - Ordway
Two Roses, The - Werner
Upidee
Vacant Chair, The - Root
Vive la Compagnie
Warrior Bold, A - Adams
We'd Better Bide a Wee - Claribel
We'll Pay Paddy Doyle - Chantey
Were You Ever in Rio Grande? - Chantey-Song
What Fairy-Like Music - De Pinna
When He Cometh - Root
When Johnny Comes Marching Home - Lambert
When Shall We Three Meet Again
When the Lights are Low - Lane
When the Swallows - Àbt
When This Cruel War Is Over - Tucker
When to Thy Vision - Gounod
When You and I Were Young - Butterfield
Who Is Sylvia - Schubert
Would I Were with Thee - Bosetti
Yankee Doodle
Yankee Ship, and a Yankee Crew, A - King
You Never Miss the Water - Howard
Your Mission - Grannis


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Subject: Index: Franklin Square Song Collection, No. 2
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 31 Dec 08 - 05:53 PM

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Franklin Square Song Collection, No. 2
"Two Hundred Favorite Songs and Hymns for Schools and Homes, Nursery and Fireside."
by John Piersol McCaskey (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1884)

All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name - E. Perronet
All is Still, in Sweetest Rest - F. Kitchen
Angels Ever Bright and Fair - G. F. Handel
Ark of Freedom, Glory's Dwelling - Jos. Haydn
As I Strayed from My Cot - J. W. Turner
At Dawn Aurora Gaily Breaks - T. W. Hyatt
Auf Wiedersehn - F. Mendelssohn
Austrian Hymn: Air - Joseph Haydn
Away to School - German Air
Baden Polka (Air), The - J. Strauss
Battle Hymn of the Republic - Julia Ward Howe
Bay of Dublin - Lady Dufferin
Beautiful Spring-Time - Guiseppe Verdi
Beautiful Venice - J. P. Knight
Better Wish, The - Henry Russell
Beulah Land - J. R. Sweney
Birds Are in the Woodland - Kindergarten
Blue Alsatian Mountains - Stephen Adams
Blue-Eyed Mary - Anonymous
Bounding Billows - Mary Derby
Brave Old Oak, The - E. J. Loder
Breathings of Spring - C. M. Von Weber
Bright Rosy Morning - School Song
Brightly - Michael Haydn
Broken Ring, The - J. Eichendorff
Brother So Fine - J. Drechsler
But the Lord is Mindful - Mendelssohn
By Killarney's Lakes and Fells - M. W. Balfe
By the Dark Waves of the Rolling Sea - C. Norton
By the Sad Sea Waves - J. Benedict
Carrier Dove, The - D. Johnson
Chapel, The - Ludwig Uhland
Cheer, Boys, Cheer - Charles Mackay
Child of Earth with Golden Hair - C. E. Horn
Child, Is Life Bright Alone? - W. H. Emra
Clear the Way - School Song
Columbia, God Preserve Thee Free - J. Haydn
Come Again - Anonymous
Come and See Me, Mary Ann - Childhood Song
Come with Thy Lute to the Fountain - German
Come, Cheerful Companions - French Air
Come, O Come With Me - Italian Air
Come, Sing Me that Sweet Air Again - T. Moore
Come, Thou Almighty King - Charles Wesley
Could Ye Come Back to Me? - D. M. Craik
Crown Him with Many Crowns - M. Bridges
Danube River, The - Hamilton Aide
Day of Wonder, Day of Gladness - B. H. Hall
Days of Absence - J. J. Rousseau
Do They Think of Me at Home? - C. IV. Glover
Do You Recall that Night in June - Hamilton Aide
Douglas, Tender and True - D. M. Craik
Echo, The - Anonymous
Eileen Achora - J. P. Knight
Evangeline - Will S. Hays
Ever of Thee - Foley Hall
Fairy Ring - Kindergarten
Far in a Shaded Valley - F. Gluck
Farewell is a Lonely Sound - J. C. Engelbrecht
Float Away - German Air
Floe as a Bird - Mary S. B. Dana
Flow Gently, Sweet Afton - Robert Burns
Fly Away to My Native Land - D. Johnson
Fly Away, Pretty Moth - Thos. H. Bayly
From Days of Old - Felix Mendelssohn
From Greenland's Icy Mountains - R. Heber
From the Distant Aar - L. C. Scydler
Gather Roses While they Bloom - Anonymous
Gently Lead Us (Rathbun) - Ithamar Conkey
Girl I Left Behind Me, The - "Brighton Camp"
Glory Gilds the Sacred Page, A - Wm. Cowper
God of Our Fathers (Downs) - Lowell Mason
Golden Shore, The - Alfred S. Catty
Golden Slumbers Kiss Your Eyes - Dekker
Good-Bye - J. C. Engelbrecht
Good-Night - Volkslied
Guadalquiver - Charles Jefferys
Hail to the Brightness - Thomas Hastings
Hail to the Chief - Walter Scott
Happy Days Gone By - D. Godfrey
Hark! the Herald Angels Sing - Charles Wesley
Hark! the Vesper Hymn is Stealing - T. Moore
Hasten, Sinner, to be Wise - Thomas Scott
He Giveth His Beloved Sleep - Franz Abt
Hearts and Homes - John Blockley
Herdsman's Mountain Home - Franz Abt
Here We Stand, Hand in Hand - School Song
Holy Bible, Book Divine - J. F. Barton
Home's not merely Four Square Walls - C. Swain
How Out Your Row - Anonymous
How Soft the Happy Evening's Close - Volkslied
How Softly Are Glancing - W. A. Mozart
Hunter's Farewell, The - F. Mendelssohn
Hunter's Song, The - Schaffer
Hymn Tunes.—Austrian Hymn, 116; Cassell, 61; Chapel, 57; Coronation, II; Crucifix, 69; Diademeta, 57; Downs, 75; Ein Feste Burg, 142; Heber, 115; Italian Hymn, 115; Langran, 99; Manoah, 109; Nuremburg, 65; Pleyel's Hymn, 109; Rathbun, 61; Russian Hymn, 65; Sicilian Hymn, 71
I Am Far Frae My Hame - M. A. Lee
I Come from Haunts of Coot and Hern - Tennyson
I Dream of All Things Free - Felicia Hemans
I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls - M. W. Balfe
I Have Heard the Mavis Singing - Sidney Nelson
I Love the Merry Sunshine - Stephen Glover
I Love to Tell the Story - Wm. G. Fischer
I Remember, I Remember - Alfred. S. Gatty
If I Had but a Thousand a Year - Henry Russell
If Thou Wert by My Side - Reginald Heber
I'll Do My Duty - Anonymous
I'm Standing by the Window Sill - G. B. Allen
In the Starlight - Stephen Glover
I've Been Roaming - Charles E. Horn
I've Reached the Land - E. Page
Jeannette and Jeannot - Chas W. Glover
Jesus, Lover of My Soul - Charles Wesley
Johnny Sands - John Sinclair
Joy Bells Ring To-day - Scotch Air
Joy Wait on Thy Morrow - "Vive la Compagnie"
Juanita - Caroline Norton
Kathleen Mavourneen - F. W. N. Crouch
Katy Darling - Anonymous
Kelvin Grove - Thomas Lyle
Killarney - M. W. Balfe
Kindred Hearts - Felicia Hemans
Let Others Dream - J. C. Johnson
Let us Laugh and Let us Sing - Anonymous
Life is but a Fleeting Dream - C. J. Dunphy
Life Laid Down, The - James Langran
Light in the Window, The - Virginia Gabriel
Light of Other Days - M. W. Balfe
Little Bennie was Our Darling - G. R. Poulton
Little Bird on the Green Tree - Claribel
Long Weary Day, The - Suabian Volkslied
Lord, with Glowing Heart - Francis S. Key
Love and Mirth - J. Strauss
Love Not - John Blockley
Love's Young Dream - Thomas Moore
Make the Best of It - C. J. Dunphy
Make Your Mark - School Song
Marching Song - German
Mary of Argyle - Sidney Nelson
May Every Year but Bring - J. W. Calcott
May Queen, The - Alfred Tennyson
Mellow Horn, The - Wm. Jones
Merrily Every Bosom Boundeth - Thomas Moore
Merry of Heart, ye Song-Birds - J. L. Molloy
Mighty Fortress is our God, A - Martin Luther
Miller of the Dee, The - Charles Mackay
Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory - Julia W. Howe
Music Everywhere - S. W. Foster
My Ain Countrie - M. A. Lee
My Mother's Bible - Geo. P. Morris
My Normandy - Frederic Berat
Nancy Lee - Stephen Adams
Never Say Fail - School Song
Ninety and Nine - Ira D. Sankey
Noble Republic! Happiest of Lands - H. Millard
None Can Tell - G. B. Allen
Now Thank We All Our God - Martin Rinkart
Now the Sun is in the West - Anonymous
O Sacred Head - Bernard of Clairvaux
O Ye Tears - Franz Abt
Of All the Wives as e'er You Know - S. Adams
Oh, Ask not, Hope not Thou - Felicia Hemans
Oh, Could Our Thoughts - Anne Steele
Oh, My Love is Like the Red, Red Rose - Burns
Oh, Take Me Back to Switzerland - C. Norton
Oh, the Days Are Gone - T. Moore
Old Friends and Old Times - J. R. Thomas
Old Grimes - A. G. Greene
Old Rosin the Bow - Anonymous
On the Mountain, Steep and Hoary - Franz Alt
Once Again, O Blessed Time - Arthur Sullivan
Once we had a Fragrant Blossom - G. R. Poulton
One Long Last Kiss - Virginia Gabriel
One Summer Eve - J. W. Cherry
Over the Mountain Wave - R. L. White
Over There - T. C. O'Kane
Pearl that Worldlings Covet, The - E. J. Loder
Praise to God (Nuremburg) - Sebastian Bach
Pull Away, Brave Boys - G. Rossini
Quiet, Lord, My Froward Heart - John Newton
Red, Red Rose, The - Robert Burns
Rejoice! Rejoice - Anonymous
Rise, Crowned with Light - Alexander Pope
Rock of Ages - A. M. Toplady
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep - E. Willard
Roll on, Silver Moon - J. W. Turner
Rosin the Bow - Anonymous
Rosy Crown, The - C. M. Von Weber
Row, Row, Cheerily Row - D. M. Craik
Russian Driver's Song - Folk-Song
Russian Hymn - Alexis Lvoff
Scarlet Sarafan, The - Warlamoff
Scotland's Burning - Round
Sea Bird's Song - Guiseppe Verdi
See the Sun's First Gleam - Schaffer
See Where the Rising Sun - German Air
Shall We Meet Beyond the River? - E. S. Rice
Shells of Ocean - J. W. Cherry
Shepherd Boy: Air - G. D. Wilson
Silence, Silence - Roethen
Silver Chimes - Mrs. C Barnard
Slumber Song, The - F. Kuchen
Smiling May Comes in Play - Anonymous
Soft o'er the Fountain - C. Norton
Soldier's Life, A - M. W. Balfe
Song of Seven - Jean Ingelow
Song of the Brook - Alfred Tennyson
Sorrow and Care May Meet - T. C. Tildesley
Sound Our Voices Long and Sweet - Anonymous
Speak Gently - W. V. Wallace
Spring, Gentle Spring - J. Riviere
Stand! the Ground's Your Own - John Pierpont
Stars are Fading from the Sky, The - Anonymous
Stars Trembling O'er Us - D. M. Craik
Steal Away - Slave Hymn
Styrian Land, The - L. C. Scydler
Summer Days Are Coming - Charles Jefferys
Sweet and Low - J. Barnby
Sweet Song Bird - J. L. Molloy
Switzer's Song of Home - Ignatz Moscheles
That Day the World Shall See - W. E. Hickson
That Sweet Story of Old - Jemima Luke
Then You'll Remember Me - M. W. Balfe
There are Lonely Hearts to Cherish - A. Nettleton
There's No Dew Left on the Daisies - J. Ingelow
They are Chiming Gaily Now - Claribel
This Book is All that's Left Me Now - H. Russell
Those Evening Bells - V. Bellini
Though the Clouds are Lowering - Anonymous
Three Children Sliding - Old Ditty
Thy Name was Once the Magic Spell - C. Norton
Time Doth Pass Away - Anonymous
'Tis Lone on the Waters - John Blockley
To Thy Pastures Fair and Large - J. Merrick
Troika, Russian Driver's Song - Folk-Song
True Love Can Ne'er Forget - Samuel Lover
Twickenham Ferry - Theodore Marzials
Vesper Bell - Anonymous
Vesper Hymn - Thomas Moore
Viva L'America - H. Millard
Wake, For the Night is Flying - Philip Nicolai
Warren's Address - John Pierpont
We Have Lived and Loved Together - C. Jefferys
We Will Take from our Parting - Anonymous
Weary of Earth - James Langran
We'd Better Bide a Wee - Claribel
What is Home without a Mother - A. Hawthorne
What Song Doth the Cricket Sing? - B. Cornwall
What Wakest Thou, Spring? - F Hemans
When Hope Her Cheering Smile - F. Berat
When Other Lips and Other Hearts - Al. W. Balfe
When Stars are in the Quiet Skies - E. L. Bulwer
When the Green Leaves - Anonymous
When You and I Were Young - Geo. B. Allen
Where are the Friends of My Youth? - G. Barker
While the Days are Going By - A. Nettleton
While the Morning Bells are Ringing - Sicilian
Whistle and Hoe - Anonymous
Why do Summer Roses Fade? - George Barker
Why, ah why, my Heart, this Sadness? - Moscheles
With Glowing Heart I'd Praise Thee - F. S. Key
Won't You Tell Me Why, Robin? - Claribel
You are Going Far Away - C. Jefferys
You Must Wake and Call Me Early - A. Tennyson


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Subject: Index: Franklin Square Song Collection, No. 5
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 31 Dec 08 - 08:51 PM

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Franklin Square Song Collection, No. 5
"Two Hundred Favorite Songs and Hymns for Schools and Homes, Nursery and Fireside."
by John Piersol McCaskey (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1888)

All among the Barley - Elizabeth Stirling
All by the Shady Greenwood Tree - G. Rossini
All is Still and Restful Now - W. Tauwitz
All Night thro' Thy Slumbers - M. Connelly
Alphabet Song - Little Ones
Anna Song - Richard Genee
Anvil Chorus - G. Verdi
Araby's Daughter - Thomas Moore
Are Ye Sleepin', Maggie? - R. Tannahill
Art Thou Weary? - St. Stephanos
As I'd Nothing Else to Do - J. L. Hatton
As the Golden Stars - German
Autumn Leaves - Charles Dickens
Bairnies Cuddle Doon at Nicht, The - Anderson
Battle Prayer, The - F. H. Himmel
Ben Bolt - T. D. English
Bibabutzeman - Nursery
Bid Me Good-Bye - F. Paoli Tosti
Birdling, Why Sing in Forest Wide? - Swedish
Birds in the Night - Arthur Sullivan
Birds Must Know, The - Helen Hunt
Bleib Bei Mir - A. Reichardt
Blest Be the Tie that Binds - John Fawcett
Bright Star of Hope - F. Halevy
Brother, Thou and I - Lullaby
Brother, Thou Art Gone Before Us - Dirge
Call Me Thine Own - F. Halevy
Campbells Are Coming, The - Scotch
Charge to Keep I Have, A - Charles Wesley
Christmas Song - A. Adam
Cock Robin and Jenny Wren - Anonymous
Come Back to Erin - Mrs. C. Barnard
Come Let Us Join in Merry Chorus - J. Offenbach
Come Let Us Join Our Cheerful Songs - I. Watts
Come Out, 'Tis Now September - E. Stirling
Come Rest in This Bosom - Thomas Moore
Come to the Meadows - Kindergarten
Come When the Soft Twilight Falls - Schumann
Come, All Ye Jolly Shepherds - Scotch
Come, Boor, Your "Little Blue" - H. B. Farnie
Come, Holy Ghost - Chas. Wesley
Confide Ye Aye in Providence - Jas. Ballantyne
Cracovian Maid, The - Anonymous
Cuddle Doon - Alexander Anderson
Dance On Forever - Hamilton Aide
Dear Mother, in Dreams I See Her - C. Bellamy
Dearest Love, Do You Remember? - C. C. Sawyer
Departed Days - Portuguese Air
Depth of Mercy! Can There Be - C. Wesley
Distant Shore, The - W. S. Gilbert
Don't Leave Your Mother, Tom - E. J. Symons
Dream Faces - Wm. M. Hutchinson
Dream On, Young Hearts - N. J. Sporle
Dreamland - Mrs. C. Barnard
Eden of Love, The - Anonymous
Eve's Lamentation - M. P. King
Fair Land of Poland - M. W. Balfe
Farewell Forever - H. B. Farnie
Farewell, My Peaceful Vale - Anonymous
Farewell, O Farewell to Thee - Thomas Moore
Farewell, Those Happy Hours - G. Donizetti
Father, on Thee I Call - Theodore Korner
Feast of Roses, The - Thomas Moore
Few More Years Shall Roll, A - Horatius Bonar
Fiddle-de-dee - Nursery
Fine Old English Gentleman - Anonymous
Flowerets Blooming - F. Schubert
Flowers That Bloom in the Spring, The - Sullivan
Foot Traveler, The - Students' Song
Fox and Goose - German
Friends That We Never Forget - A. Hawthorne
From Every Stormy Wind - T. Hastings
Gaily Our Boat Glides - Anonymous
Gaily Sings the Lark - W. Mozart
God Hath Sent His Angels - Easier Hymn
Going to Market - Louis Diehl
Golden Shore, The - Jewish Air
Good Shepherd, The - Odoardo Barri
Good-Bye at the Door - Stephen Glover
Good-Night - Anonymous
Grave of Bonaparte - L. Heath
Green Fields of America - Mary O' Neil
Gum Tree Canoe, The - S. S. Steele
Hail! Thou Once Despised Jesus! - J. Bakewell
Hallelujah Chorus - G. F. Handel
Hark! 'Tis the Angelus - H. B. Farnie
Heart Ache for Home - Henry Morford
Here Awa, There Awa - Robert Burns
Here's a Health to All - Round
Hermit There Was, A - Peter Parley
Home Again - Marshall S. Pike
Home of My Childhood - J. K. Mitchell
Home, Fare Thee Well! - Anonymous
Honor His Holy Name - Child's Hymn
Hot Cross Buns - Playtime Song
How Bright and Fair - G. Rossini
How Fair Art Thou - H. Weidt
How Tedious and Tasteless - J. Newton
Hush! the Waves are Rolling in - Gaelic
Hymn Tunes: Autumn, 163; Azmon, 61; Bdellium, 96; Blumenthal, 97; Chelvey, 124; Dennis, 49; De Fleury, 50; Duane Street, 51; Garden, 68; Gloria Patri, 61; Heber, 162; Holstein, 163; Lebanon, 145; Maitland, 51; Moyle, 115; Neale, 61; Sabbath, 49; St. Martin's, 97; St. Thomas, 125. -
I Gave Her a Rose - Mary Mark-Lemon
I Hear Not a Footfall - Sidney Nelson
I Know an Eye So Softly Bright - A. Reichardt
I Love Little Pussy - Nursery
I Love Thy Kingdom, Lord - T. Dwight
I Remember Well a Sunny Vale - G. Donizetti
I Sat Beneath the Maples Old - Ciro Pinsuti
I Saw a Ship a Sailing - Carl Reinecke
I See My Home in the Twilight Dim - Claribel
I Was a Wandering Sheep - Horatius Bonar
I Welcome Thee with Gladness - German
I'd Offer Thee This Hand of Mine - Anonymous
Ilka Blade o' Grass - John Wilson
I'll Hang My Harp on a Willow - Old English
I'll Sing You an Old Ballad - Anonymous
I'm Not Myself at All - Samuel Lover
In Merry Chorus - J. Offenbach
In the Golden Eventide - Ciro Pinsuti
I've Come across the Sea - Swiss
Jenny Lind's Bird Song - Swedish
Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane - R. Tannahill
Jesus, My All, to Heaven is Gone - J. Cennick
Judith; Our God Alone Can Save us - J. Concone
Land of Dreams, The - F. Enoch
Landing of the Pilgrims - Felicia Hemans
Last Night When All Was Still - H. Rjerulf
Lavender's Blue - Nursery
Let Worldly Minds the World Pursue
Light and Rosy Be Thy Slumbers - Swedish
Light House, The - Thomas Moore
Lo! the Seal of Death is Breaking - Jewish Air
London Bridge - Playtime Song
Lord into His Garden Comes, The - J. Ingalls
Lullaby from Erminie - E. Jakobowski
Majestic Sweetness Sits Enthroned - S. Stennett
March, March - Round
Mary Morrison - Robert Burns
Maryland, My Maryland - J. R. Randall
Meet Me by Moonlight Alone - J. A. Wade
Mercy Seat, The - Hugh Stowell
Mid Scenes of Confusion - David Denham
Mistress Santa Claus - A. S. Shelton
Monarch of the Woods - J. W. Cherry
Mountain Boy, The - Folksong
Murmuring Sea - Stephen Glover
Music at Nightfall - Charles Jefferys
Music of Labor - Kindergarten
Must I Leave Thee, Paradise! - M. P. King
Must I Then Leave? - Anonymous
Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone? - T. Shepherd
New Hail Columbia - O. W. Holmes
Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen - Slave
Now All the Bells are Ringing - Easter Carol
Now the Day is Slowly Waning - A. Reichardt
O What Can You Tell? - R. W. Raymond
October Gave a Party - Alexander Lee
Of All the Busy People Round - Ada S. Shelton
Oh, Are Ye Sleepin', Maggie? - R. Tannahill
Oh, at Thy Feet How Happy - H. Weidt
Oh, Don't You Remember? - T. D. English
Oh, for a Thousand Tongues - Chas. Wesley
Oh, Happy Day That Stays - P. Doddridge
Oh, Loved Italia - G. Verdi
Oh, Sister Dear - D. F. E. Auber
Oh, Smile as Thou Wert Wont - M. IV. Balfe
Oh, Solemn Hour, When Hearts - A. Adam
Oh, Who So Gay and Free? - Anonymous
Old, Old Song, The - H. B. Farnie
On Foot I Gaily Take My Way - German
On the Mountains - Jules Benedict
On Tombigbee River - S. S. Steele
Once Again - Arthur Sullivan
One or Two - W. T. Wrighton
Our Flag o'er Us Waving - G. Verdi
Our Home Is on the Sea - J. Offenbach
Our Way Across the Sea - Anonymous
Peace on Earth - G. Donizetti
Peaceful Fold, The - Horatius Bonar
Pierrot - W. M. Hutchinson
Poor Johnny's Dead - Round
Rhyme of the Rail - John G. Saxe
Ring On, Sweet Angelus - H. B. Farnie
Rose of Lucerne - Swiss
Round the Corner - Albert Randegger
Row Thy Boat Lightly - I. B. Woodbury
Safe Home at Last - Ciro Pinsuti
Safely Through Another Week - Joint Newton
Sailing - Godfrey Marks
Saints' Sweet Home, The - David Denham
Saw Ye My Saviour? - Anonymous
Scene Was More Beautiful Far, The - T. Moore
Scout, The - Fabio Campana
See the Proud Banner of Liberty - G. Verdi
Shadows Lie Across, The - W. M Hutchinson
Sigh Not o'er Toil and Trouble - IV. Mozart
Silently, Silently - Little Folks
Sing It Over - Round
Singing thro' the Forest - John G. Saxe
Slave Hymns: Keep Me from Sinking Down, The Lily of the Valley, Many Thousand Gone -
Sleep, Baby Dear - W. Tauwitz
Sleep, Sleep, My Darling - Lullaby
Sometimes I Dream - Mary Mark-Lemon
Song of the Children - English
Song of the May - German
Sorry Her Lot - Arthur Sullivan
Speed, My Bark - S. Neukomm
Spring Song, A - Ciro Pinsuti
Stay, My Darling, Stay - A. Reichardt
Still So Gently o'er Me Stealing - V. Bellini
Storm, The - John Hullah
Strawberry Girl, The - Arthur Sullivan
Sun Was Clear on the Open Lea, The - Sullivan
Sunshine and Cloud - C. W. Glover
Swedish Cradle Song - Lullaby
Sweet By-and-By, The - J. P. Webster
Swiss Girl, The - George Linley
Take Back the Heart - Mrs. C. Barnard
Tear, The - F. Gumbert
Tempest Rages Wild, The - A. A. Proctor
That Old Waltz by the Linden Trees - H. Aide
There Is a Land, a Radiant Land - A. Wilton
There Is Dew for the Flow'ret - Thomas Moore
There's a Green Hill Far Away - R. S. Willis
There's a Land That Is Fairer than Day - Bennett
This Is My Dream - Milton Wellings
Thou Art So Near and Yet So Far - A. Reichardt
Thy Voice Is Near - W. T. Wrighton
Time of the Singing of Birds, The - Geo. Barher
'Tis God Who Ordains Me - J. Concone
Tit-Willow - Arthur Sullivan
Too Late! Too Late! - M. Lindsay
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp! - George F. Root
True Love Is Sweet - W. M. Hutchinson
'Twas a Pleasant Summer's Morning - Hatton
Uncle Ned - Stephen C. Foster
Wandering in the May Time - Stephen Glover
Wandering Willie - Robert Burns
We May Be Happy Yet - M. W. Balfe
Wearing of the Green - Dion Boucicault
Weary Are at Rest, The - Irish Dirge
We'll Go to the Mountains - Tyrolien
We'll Laugh at Care and Sorrow - Anonymous
Wet Sheet and Flowing Sea, A - A. Cunningham
What Means This Glory? - J. R. Lowell
When I Come - Suabian Folksong
When Night Comes o'er the Plain - S. Nelson
When the Boats Come Home - Sarah Doudney
When the Kye Come Hame - Ettrick Shepherd
When the Soft Twilight Falls - R. Schumann
When This Cruel War is Over - C. C. Sawyer
When We Arrive at Home - Jer. Ingalls
When Wild the Night and Dark - G. C. Bingham
Where Gadie Rins - John Imlah
Why Seems This Day So Bright? - R. Genee
Wide-Wide-Wenne - German
With Joy We Hail the Sacred Day - H. Auber
Within This Sacred Dwelling - W. Mozart
Words, Vain Words - Russell Gray
Ye Golden Lamps of Heaven - P. Doddridge
Y'Heave ho, My Lads - Godfrey Marks
You and Me - Thomas Moore
Young May Moon, The - Thomas Moore
Zephyr of Nightfall, The - Anonymous


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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 31 Dec 08 - 11:40 PM

My Heart Songs is better than your Heart Songs!
Not true, but it has songs missing from yours and yours has some absent in mine. Both are dated 1909, but one must be later than that. I will post the additional songs in mine.

Thanks for posting FQ 2.


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Subject: Index: Franklin Square Song Collection, No. 6
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 01 Jan 09 - 06:09 PM

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Franklin Square Song Collection, No. 6
"Two Hundred Favorite Songs and Hymns for Schools and Homes, Nursery and Fireside."
by John Piersol McCaskey (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1889)

Adeste Fideles - J. Reading - 47
Adieu, The - Anonymous - 163
Ah! When, Quick Flashing, Fell - F. P. Tosti - 150
Ah! Why Will My Dear Little Child - J. Taylor - 166
Alice Gray - P. Millard - 62
All Glory, Laud, and Honor - M. Teschner - 12
Andreas Hofer - Folksong - 165
Angels from Realms of Glory - J. Montgomery - 127
Annie's Tryst - W. E. Aytoun - 155
Answers - J. Blumenthal - 99
At the Ferry - F. E. Weatherly - 70
Away with Melancholy - W. Mozart - 133
Baby Is a Sailor Boy - George Cooper - 135
Banks of Allan Water - Chas. E. Horn - 157
Basseti - Franz Abt - 149
Be Hushed, My Dear, Thy Mother's Near - 49
Beautiful Bells - E. O. Lyte - 163
Beautiful Minka - Russian Folksong - 102
Bedouin Love Song - Ciro Pinsuti - 176
Behold, How Brightly Breaks - D. F. E. Auber - 174
Better Land, The - Felicia Hemans - 73
Blackbird, The - Anonymous - 159
Blessed Country, The - F. H. Himmel - 14
Blushing Maple Tree - Hamilton Aide - 21
Bonnie Blue Flag - H. McCarthy - 64
Bonnie Dundee - Walter Scott - 30
Bread to Pilgrims Given - Thomas Aquinas - 16
Bright Stars Fade, The - J. L. Hatton - 146
Brother and I - S. B. Ball - 147
By the Blue Sea - Henry Smart - 24
By the Well before the Doorway - F. Schubert - 169
Cast Thy Bread upon the Waters - J. L. Roeckel - 17
Cast Thy Burden on the Lord - F. Mendelssohn - 128
Castanets Are Sounding - Spanish - 68
Castles in Spain - V. Bellini - 54
Cherish Faith in One Another - I. B. Woodbury - 18
Child Sleeps under a Rosebush Fair, A - German - 155
Children's Hosanna - Geo. J. Webb - 94
Children's Kingdom, The - J. Blumenthal - 50
Children's Songs - Little Ones - 48
Chime On, Old Bells - Eliza F. Morris - 31
Christmas Hymn - Henry Dielman - 83
Christmas Tree, The - J. C. Lowry - 118
Claudine - J. L. Molloy - 93
Come and Worship - Henry Smart - 127
Come Away to the Fields - D. F. E. Auber - 19
Come Away, Lads, to Labor - William Ball - 74
Come, Let Us Learn to Sing - Nursery - 48
Cradled All Lowly - Charles Gounod - 25
Cuckoo, The - Little Folks - 142
Dance of the Fairies - German - 121
Dark Day of Horror - C. Rossini - 156
Daylight Slowly Fades - F. Schubert - 45
Dear Native Home - Wm. Ball - 122
Dearest Native Land - H. Proch - 158
Departed Days - George F. Root - 5
Disturb Not His Slumbers - Marshall S. Pike - 116
Do You Think of the Days - Dora Greenwell - 99
Down in a Coal Mine - J. B. Geoghegan - 109
Down the Burn, Davie - W. Crawford - 103
Dreams - F. H. Hodges - 35
Drift, My Bark - F. Kuchen - 138
Dunois the Brave - H. E. Beauharnais - 80
Enchanted Isle, The - G. Verdi - 43
Ere the Twilight Bat Was Flitting - B. Covert - 44
Evening Hymn - John Hatton - 129
Eyes So Blue and Dreaming - E. Lassen - 114
Fade, Fade, Each Earthly Joy - T. E. Perkins - 95
Faded Flowers - James Power - 124
Fair Luna - J. Barnby - 98
Far above the Deep Blue Sea - Anonymous - 165
Far Out on the Desolate Billow - R. W. Raymond - 95
Fareweel, Ye Streams - T. M. Cunningham - 162
Fishermen's Chorus - D. F. E. Auber - 174
Fragrant Air - Franz Abt - 147
Free from Slumber, Free from Care - Nursery - 167
From City Gate at Dawning Grey - J. J. Lonsdale - 50
From Morning till Night - Jane Taylor - 166
From the Desert I Come to Thee - C. Pinsuti - 176
Gascon Vespers - David Lee - 130
Gaudeamus Igitur - College Song - 63
Geraldine - H. C. Hunter - 77
Gleam, Gleam, O Silver Stream - F. E. Weatherly - 40
Glorious Things Are Spoken - G. Rossini - 126
Go Down, Moses - Slave Song - 153
Go Thou and Dream - Thomas Moore - 36
God for Us - C. C. Converse - 136
Golden Stars for Me Are Shining - H. Proch - 158
Golden Years Ago - Stephen Adams - 37
Good Night, Ladies - Serenade - 79
Good-Bye, Sweetheart - J. L Hatton - 146
Grave of Washington - L. V. Crosby - 116
Hark to the Shrill Trumpet Calling - C. Norton - 120
Hark! the Merry Peal is Ringing - David Lee - 130
Hark! Those Holy Voices - G. J. Geer - 25
Heath Is All Lonely, The - Serenade - 22
Her Bright Eyes Radiant Gleaming - G. Verdi - 32
Her Bright Smile - W. T. Wrighton - 7
Highland Mary - Robert Burns - 34
Home, Can I Forget Thee - German - 129
Hours There Were - Thomas Moore - 33
Hunter's Song - John Hullah - 23
Hurrah for the Christmas Tree - Clara Wallace - 118
Hush-a-by, Hush-a-by - Nursery - 167
Hymn Tunes:
    All Saints, 52
    Antioch, 58
    Church Militant, 52
    Duke Street, 129
    Hymn of the Dying, 53
    St Theodulph, 12
    Emmanuel, 13
    Holy Voices, 25
    Adeste Fideles, 47
    Avison, 59
    Webb, 94
    Regent Square, 127
    St. Agnes, 127
I Built a Bridge of Fancies - Anne Fricker - 72
I Hear the Robin Sing - Franz Abt - 125
I Hear Them o'er the Meadows - M. Wettings - 70
I Know a Bank - Chas. E. Horn - 144
I Love My Love - Ciro Pinsuti - 81
I Love the Spring - W. Mozart - 117
I Love to Sing - Edward L. Hime - 89
I Will Lay Me Down - S. Neukomm - 105
I'm a Merry Gipsy Maid - E. Fitzball - 42
I'm a Merry Laughing Girl - C. W, Glover - 171
I'm Dreaming Now of Hallie - S. Winner - 97
I'm Saddest When I Sing - T. H. Bayly - 132
In Childhood, with Crown and Sceptre - Lortzing - 168
In Mantua, in Fetters - German - 165
In My Swift Boat - J. Concone - 172
In Shadowland - C. Pinsuti - 101
Integer Vitae - College Song - 63
Into the Woods My Master Went - Sidney Lanier - 15
It Came upon the Midnight Clear - E. H. Sears - 127
It Was a Breton Village - F. E. Weatherly - 104
Jamie's on the Stormy Sea - Bernard Covert - 44
Jesus is Mine - Horatius Bonar - 95
John Brown's Body - Charles S. Hall - 164
Joy to the World - Isaac Watts - 58
Joyous Song - Anonymous - 145
Lady Beatrice's Lament - D. Speranza - 131
Land without a Storm - Laban Solomon - 112
Land without a Storm, A - Solomon - 112
Lang o' Comin' - Anonymous - 20
Linden Tree, The - Franz Schubert - 169
Listen to the Mocking Bird - Alice Hawthorne - 97
Little Boy Blue - Eugene Field - 8
Little Gipsy Jane - C. W. Glover - 42
Little Leaves, The - W. Ganz - 106
Little Orphant Annie - Jas. Whitcomb Reilly - 143
London Bridge - F. E. Weatherly - 78
Lotus Flower, The - A'. Schumann - 151
Lullaby, Lullaby - Anonymous - 49
Maid of the Mill, The - Hamilton Aide - 37
Maltese Boatman's Song - L. Devereux - 111
Mandolin Song, The - Spanish - 96
Man's a Man for A' That, A - Robert Burns - 152
Men of Harlech - Welsh - 123
Merry Hours of Youth - C. Rossini - 160
'Mid Woods and Forest Treasure - J. Hullah - 23
Mine Own - D. M. Muloch - 131
My Heart is Light - G. Rossini - 69
My Jamie's Far o'er the Sea - Alexander Lee - 87
Never Alone - Ferd. Silcher - 95
Nice Young Girl - Arthur Sullivan - 91
Nice Young Man - Arthur Sullivan - 90
Night Sinks on the Wave - D. F. E. Auber - 121
Not a Sparrow Falleth - Franz Abt - 11
Now the Merry Spring - Anonymous - 141
Nursery Songs - Jane Taylor - 166
Nursery Songs - Little Ones - 167
O Boatman, Row Me O'er - M. D. Sullivan - 10
O Come, Emmanuel - Old Latin - 13
O Rowan Tree - Lady Nairne - 28
O World, I Now Must Leave Thee - D. Wolder - 53
Officer's Funeral, The - Caroline Norton - 120
Oh, But You've Been Lang o' Comin' - Scotch - 20
Oh, Dearest Mae - L. V. Crosby - 92
Oh, Do Not Frighten or Destroy - Nursery - 48
Oh, Hope, Delusive Dream - R. W. Adams - 75
Oh, I Have Had Dreams - F. H. Hodges - 35
Oh, I'm a Happy Creature - Spanish - 96
Oh, the Flowers in Wildwood - J. H. Brown - 124
Oh, the Sailor Shall Sing - Yradier - 84
Oh, 'Twas Sweet to Hear Her Singing - A. Lee - 60
Ohe, Mamma! - F. P. Tosti - 150
Old Santa Claus - John Read - 67
On Long Island's Sea-girt Shore - H. J. Sharpe - 66
On Yonder Rock Reclining - D. F. E. Auber - 175
Only a Year Ago - F. P. Tosti - 140
Out in a Beautiful Field - School Song - 133
Over the Mountain - H. Piercey - 115
Pale White Rose, The - R. W. Adams - 75
Party at the Zoo, The - Septimus Winner - 170
Peace to the Brave - Wm. T. Adams - 149
Pharaoh's Army - Slave Song - 153
Pretty Pear Tree - Anonymous - 133
Priory Chimes - W. Haynes - 31
Proud and Lowly - J. L. Molloy - 78
Queen's Maries, The - Old Scotch - 75
Ring Out, O Bells - George Barker - 113
Ripe Are the Apples - Mary Herbert - 82
Rise from Thy Mourning - Anonymous - 129
Rockaway - Henry Russell - 66
Rose Bush, The - T. E. Perkins - 155
Rounds - 23, 115, 117
Rowan Tree, The - Lady Nairne - 28
Sally in Our Alley - Henry Carey - 154
Saved from the Storm - Odoardo Barri - 104
Sea Gulls, The - Anonymous - 165
Seasons, The - W. Mozart - 117
See the Happy Kitten - Nursery - 167
See-Saw Waltz Song - A. G. Crowe - 65
She Sits Alone All thro' the Day - C. Pinsuti - 101
She Wore a Wreath of Roses - T. H. Bayly - 6
She's All My Fancy Painted Her - P. Millard - 62
Shout the Glad Tidings - W. A. Muhlenberg - 59
Sing, Smile, Slumber - Charles Gounod - 55
Slumber Songs - Anonymous - 49
Somewhere - F. Campana - 9
Son of God Goes Forth, The - H. S. Cutler - 52
Song of the Angels - J. B. Dykes - 127
Song of the Fowler - W. Mozart - 169
Song of the Hop Pickers - E. L. Blanchard - 39
Spinning Song - Carl Reinecke - 93
Sweet Voices from Spirit Land - Geo. F. Root - 5
Swing, Cradle, Swing - George Cooper - 135
Swiss Hunter, The - Anonymous - 69
Tar's Farewell, The - Stephen Adams - 137
Tell Her I Love Her So - P. De Faye - 40
Tell Me, Beautiful Maiden - Charles Gounod - 173
Tempest of the Heart - G. Verdi - 32
Tenting on Old Camp Ground - W. Kittredge - 26
There Was One Little Jack - Jane Taylor - 166
Thou Art My Rose - Serenade - 85
Thousand Leagues Away, A - J. Barnby - 38
Timothy's Welcome - Theo. Marzials - 88
Tippecanoe and Tyler Too - A. C. Ross - 86
'Tis Midnight Hour - Anonymous - 100
'Tis Years Since Last We Met- J. E. Carpenter - 7
Touch Us Gently, Time - Barry Cornwall - 46
Traveler's Evening Song - Franz Schubert - 45
Tree of Odenwald, The - German - 148
Trees and the Master, The - Sidney Lanier - 15
'Twere Vain to Tell - J. A. Wade - 41
Valley Rings, the Blackbird Sings, The - Anon. - 159
Vesper Bells were Softly Ringing, The - A. Lee - 60
Vine Dressers' Song - C. M. Von Weber - 74
Voices All Merry - Elizabeth Philp - 39
Wait for the Wagon - R. B. Buckley - 108
We Are Tenting To-night - W. Kittredge - 26
We Love to Go Each Day to School - S. B. Ball - 147
We Speak of Realms of the Blest - F. H. Himmel - 14
Wear a Bright Smile - G. Verdi - 29
Welcome, Fair Evening - Folksong - 45
What is the Meaning of the Song? - C. Mackay - 81
When a Child I Lived at Lincoln - R. Howard - 61
When at Twilight so Softly - Victor Hugo - 55
When His Salvation Bringing - John King - 94
When I Was a Beggarly Boy - J. R. Lowell - 54
When Roses Bloom - German - 159
When Sweet Music - G. A. Macfarren - 119
When the Corn is Waving - C. Blamphin - 76
When the Night Wind - Wm. R. Dempster - 57
When the Swallow Comes - Ciro Pinsuti - 110
Where Warbling Waters - Brinsley Richards - 107
While We Shed a Tear of Feeling - J. Addison - 134
Wind is Blowing Fresh, The - C. Bennett - 38
With Crown and Sceptre - Lortzing - 168
With Glory Lit the Midnight Air - J. McCaffrey - 83
Wonderful Weaver, The - W. C. Levey - 117
Wood Horn, The - Anonymous - 135
Ye Sons of the Nation - Mrs. C. Barnard - 27
Yeoman's Wedding Song - Poniatowski - 56
Yestreen the Queen had Four Maries - Scotch - 75
You Never Miss the Water - R. Howard - 61
Your Hand is Cauld as Snaw - W. E. Aytoun - 155


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Subject: Index: Heart Songs Dear to the American People
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 01 Jan 09 - 08:17 PM

HEART SONGS

Dear to the American People, etc. 1909
ADDENUM to posted list from a different printing. Possible indicator: Joe Mitchell Chapple's name not on title page.

A Soldier and a Man
Alas Those Chimes
Anchors Weighed, The
Banks of Allan Water, The
Brave Old Oak, The
Canadian Boat Song, The
Cheer, Boys, Cheer
Death of Nelson, The
Faith of Our Fathers
Good Rhein Wine, The
In a Cellar Cool or Drinking*
In Happy Moments Day by Day
In Heavenly Love Abiding
Kate O'Shane
Lochnagar
Maple Leaf Forever, The
March of the Cameron Men, The
Nelly Was a Lady
Norah, the Pride of Kildare
Oh! That We Two Were Maying
Rose of Tralee, The
Scotland Yet
Song That Reached My Heart, The
Terence's Farewell
Wearin' of the Green, The
What Are the Wild Waves Saying
White Wings
Why Do Summer Roses Fade?
Within a Mile of Edinboro' Town
Ye Banks and Braes
Yes, Let Me Like a Soldier Fall

*Not on page indicated.


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Subject: Index: New Music Album for the Piano (Berr, 19--)
From: cetmst
Date: 02 Jan 09 - 10:49 AM

NEW MUSIC ALBUM
For the Piano

Jules Berr, editor and publisher, Philadelphia
Each page has an advertisement for a Philadelphia or New York store or service,
No date, but apparently late 19th century

* Lyrics, but otherwise only piano notation.

Turlurette, Henri Marx 1
Praise of Tears (Flowerets Blooming, Winds Perfuming)* F.Schubert 7
Captain Jinks * 9
Vaillance (Polka) 12
Robinson Crusoe, Offenbach 16
Not For Joseph*, Arthur Lloyd 21
The Lover and the Bird*, Guglielmo 24
Orphèe aux Enfers, Offenbach 27
Jerusalem the Golden* 32
The Merriest Girl That's Out* 33
Cousin et Cousine, Jules Egghard 36
How Fair Thou Art (Wie schön bist du)* H. Weidt 40
In the Starlight* J.E.Carpenter/Stephen Glover 42
On the Beach At Cape May*, E.N. Slocum 46
Schützen-Marche, Carl Faust 49
Voll Humor (Polka) Carl Faust 52
Ohne Zügel und Bügel (Galop), Carl Faust 55
Goodbye, Sweetheart, Goodbye*, John L. Hatton 58
Lahatelaine, Carl Faust 61
The Young Recruit, B. Richards 64
Five O'Clock in the Morning*, Claribel 69
The Moon Behind the Trees*, G.T. Wilson 72
Berg Auf, Berg Ab (Galop), Carl Faust 75
The Black-Key Polka Mazurka, A. Herzog 79
Romance From Don Pasquale*, Donizetti 82
Crispino e la Comare, Arr. E.Ketterer 86
Home Sweet Home, J.H.Slack 91
Marche des Tambours, Sydney Smith 97
Les Varietes Parisiennes 103
La Belle Hélène Galop, Offenbach 108
Come Back to Erin*. CVlaribel 113
Adrienne Polka Mazurka, A. Talexy 117
Maggie's Secret*, Claribel 120
In Strudel (Galop, Carl Faust 123
Blue Bird Polka Redowa, Weingarten 127
Barbe Bleue (Galop), Offenbach 130
The Naiad's Barczrolle, E. Mack 133
Fire and Flame (Galop), Carl Faust 138
Victoria Lancers, Weingarten 141
Lucrezia Borgia (Il Brindisi), Donizetti 146
Scenes That Are Brightest*, W.V.Wallace 152
My First Wife's Dead*, Offenbach 154
Les Adieux, P. Horro 159
Fra Diavalo, Sydney Smith 162
Valse des Roses. E. Ketterer 169
Cujus Animam, W. Kuhe 175
La Favorite, J. Ascher 181
Immortellen Walty (Secondo), J. Gung'l 186
Imortellen Waltz (Promo), J. Gung'l 187
Künstler Leben, Johann Strauss 194


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Subject: Index: The Melodist (G. S. Thornton, 1820)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 06 Jan 09 - 10:29 AM

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The Melodist
Comprising a Selection of the Most Favourite English, Scotch, and Irish Songs Arranged for the Voice, Flute, or Violin.
by G. S. Thornton (New York: George Singleton, 1820.)

[Index of first lines:]

A blessing unknown to ambition and pride - 67
A Highland lad my love was born - 49
A Highland laddie heard of war - 44
A prey to tender anguish - 248
Adieu! adieu! my native shore - 227
Adieu, my native land, adieu - 19
Adown yon sloping banks sae green - 7
Ah! can I e'er forget thee, love - 150
Ah, sure a pair was never seen - 8
All will hail the joyous day - 110
And has she then fail'd in her truth - 131
As beautiful Kitty one morning was tripping - 77
At the peaceful midnight hour, (The Wolf) - 149
Behold in his soft expressive face - 57
Believe me if all those endearing young charms - 97
By Speedwell's silver bosom'd Lake - 140
By the pure light of love - 51
Careful the winding path explore - 241
Cease your funning - 64
Dear Erin, how sweetly thy green bosom rises - 243
Dear is my little native vale - 177
Deep in a Vale a cottage stood, (Dulce Domum) - 59
Did you e'er hear a tale - 112
Encompass'd in an angel's frame - 201
Ere around the huge oak, that o'ershadows yon mill - 80
Fervid on the glitt'ring flood - 28
Flow Susquehanna, hallow'd stream - 56
Fly not yet 'tis now the hour - 75
Had I a heart for falsehood fram'd - 6
Has sorrow thy young days shaded - 88
Hast thou forgot the oak that throws - 65
Henry cull'd the Flow'ret's bloom - 27
Her mouth, which a smile - 235
Here mark the poor desolate maid (Fancy's sketch) - 83
Here's the bower she lov'd so much - 100
How blest our condition, how jocund our day - 120
How oft, Louisa, hast thou said - 21
Hush! hush! such counsel do not give - 250
I came from a land far away, (Savoyard Boy) - 188
I have a silent sorrow here - 87
I have lov'd thee, dearly lov'd thee - 169
I have Parks, I have hounds, (Girl of my heart) - 90
I wander'd once at break of day, (Faithless Emma) - 102
I'll love thee ever dearly - 125
In the world's crooked path where I've been - 173
Is there a heart that never lov'd - 161
Just like love, is yonder Rose - 122
Let Fame sound the trumpet - 38
Light as thistle down moving, that floats on the air - 245
Loudon's bonnie woods and braes - 142
Love's blind they say - 211
Majestic rose the god of day - 180
Mary I believ'd thee true - 53
My friend is the man I would copy thro' life - 205
My heart with love is beating - 145
My sev'nteenth year scarce over - 232
O, my love's like the red red rose - 23
O, Nanny wilt thou gang with me - 16
O, why should the girl of my soul be in tears - 73
O'er highlands and lowlands to chase the fleet deer - 208
Of a' the airts the wind can blaw - 220
Oh, breathe not his name, let it sleep in the shade - 174
Oh, bright was the morning—all nature adorning - 79
Oh, light foot spring! with dripping flowers - 118
Oh, mine be the cottage within the vale - 222
Oh, think not my spirits are always as light - 137
Oh, where are you going sweet Robin? - 14
On this cold flinty rock I will lay down my bead - 93
Our bugles sung truce, for the night clouds had low'r'd - 195
Roy's wife of Aldivalloch - 36
Said a smile to a tear - 252
Scots, wha hae wi' Wallace bled - 25
Scots, you've won fu' mony fights - 144
Should auld acquaintance be forgot (Auld Lang Syne) - 3
Sigh not for love if you wish not to know - 104
Slow broke the light, (Bewilder'd Maid) - 30
Sweet is the dream, divinely sweet - 213
Tell her I'll love her, while the clouds drop rain - 95
Tell me sweet bird, ah, tell me why - 175
The broom bloom'd so fresh and so fair - 129
The flow'rs of the Forest - 157
The heath this night must be my bed - 218
The kiss dear maid thy lips have left - 71
The moon was beaming silver bright - 147
The morn returns in saffron drest - 55
The ploughman whistles o'er the furrow - 256
The rose and the lily their beauties combining - 182
The sapling oak, lost in the dell - 133
The streamlet that flow'd round her cot - 5
The sun his bright rays may withhold, love - 35
The sun's last beams had ting'd the sky - 171
The tear fell gently from her eye - 203
There is not in this wide world a valley so sweet - 214
There's not a look, a word of thine - 153
Thine am I my faithful fair - 115
This blooming rose at early morn - 33
This cold flinty heart, it is you who have warm'd - 199
Though love is warm awhile - 12
'Twas near a thicket's calm retreat - 247
'Twas within a mile of Edinburgh town - 180
What means my fair, that clouded brow - 179
Whate'er my fate where'er I roam - 42
What's this dull town to me - 48
When absent from her my soul holds most dear - 165
When deeds of fame at honour's call, (Home, Love, and Liberty) - 69
When fairies trip round the gay green - 230
When first this humble roof I knew - 127
When first you courted me - 85
When I quitted the cot that stands lone on the moor - 190
When Love gets you fast in her clutches - 136
When the sails catch the breeze - 163
When trees did bud, and fields were green - 224
Where is the nymph whose azure eye - 237
Where is the smile that was heav'n to our eye - 240
While gazing on the Moon's light - 193
Whilst with village maids I stray - 9
Why does azure deck the sky - 216
Why, Ella, dear, that pearly tear - 159
Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Boon - 117
Ye streams that round my prison creep - 81
You say my cottage incomplete - 46
Young Henry was as brave a youth - 99


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Subject: Index: The Vocal Companion (John Parry, 1837)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 06 Jan 09 - 02:08 PM

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The Vocal Companion
A Collection of Favorite Songs, Duets, and Glees, Selected from the Works of the Most Celebrated Composers, Adapted for the Voice, Violin, or Flute.
The Second Edition.
by John Parry (London: D'Almaine and Co., 1837.)

Title. - Composer. - Page.

A highland Lad my love was born - Scottish - 131
A highland Laddie heard of war - Scottish - 116
A magnum of Wine - Parry - 123
Adieu to the Cottage - Parry - 6
Ah! bright is the blush on the cheek of the morning - Parry - 110
Ah! could my faultering tongue impart - Mazzinghi - 108
Ah! why did I gather this delicate flower - Emdin - 124
And has she then failed in her truth - Bishop - 106
And ye shall walk in silk attire - Scottish - 148
Awake thee, my merry Swiss girl - Swiss - 196
Bannocks o' barley-meal - Mazzinghi - 82
Barefooted friar - Kitchener - 72
Be mine, dear Maid - Bishop - 88
Beauty in tears - Cambrian - 70
Behold in his soft expressive face - Braham - 100
Beware of love - Corri - 64
Blame me not, my gentle Laddie - Parry - 146
Bonnie Lad and gentle Lassie - Scottish - 102
Buy a broom - Bishop - 78
Caledonia, native land - Bishop - 66
Caledonians, brave and bold - Cooke - 50
Can we banish the past? - Bohemian - 62
Captain Bell - Spanish - 60
Cease your funning - English - 58
Charlie is my darling - Scottish - 74
Clear reflections - Cummins - 52
Draw the sword, Scotland - Scottish - 140
Far, far at sea - Florio - 68
Fill, fill till the glass run o'er - Weber - 99
Forget me not - Braham - 46
Fortune's blind we know - Parry - 54
From Greenland's icy mountains - Bishop - 24
Gin living worth - Scottish - 48
Go, my own darling boy - Irish - 200
Go, youth beloved - Bishop - 56
Hark! from yonder holy pile - Bishop - 44
He loves and rides away - Horn - 42
Here we meet too soon to part - Rossini - 38
Here's to the year that's awa' - Parry - 126
Home, love, and liberty - Bishop - 40
Home, sweet home - Bishop - 33
Isabel - Spanish - 54
Isle of beauty - Whitmore - 194
List, Hermit, list! - Sons - 117
My heart with love is beating - Ware - 76
My love is breathing a prayer for me - Irish - 16
My own native Isle - Bishop - 11
My spirits are mounting - Morris - 22
O'er my cottage near yon wood - Mazzinghi - 32
Oh! still remember me - Bishop - 20
Oh! the heart it goes pit a pat - Parry - 18
Oh, no we never mention her - Bishop - 2
On this cold flinty rock - Braham - 14
Said a smile to a tear - Braham - 150
Sally Roy - Shield - 158
She never blamed him, never - Hindostanee - 198
Sheep-shearing - Dibdin - 4
Sigh not for love - King - 164
Smiling Nannette - Irish - 156
Something so pleasing - Reeve - 160
Spare my love - Haigh - 7
Stranger, think me not too bold - Moorhead - 10
Sweet home - Parry - 167
Sweet Kitty Clover - Kean - 154
Sweet Maid - Bishop - 30
Sweet Melissa, lovely maiden - - 17
Sweet robin redbreast - Parry - 26
Tell her I love her - Shield - 3
Tell me have you seen a toy - Ware - 168
The anchor's weighed - Braham - 28
The banks o' Doon - Scottish - 193
The beautiful maid - Braham - 184
The beauty of the Mind - Smith - 192
The Bee's wing - Rawlings - 134
The bonny Breastknot - Parry - 180
The Britannia - Braham - 136
The Camel's bell - Bishop - 144
The captive to his bird - Mazzinghi - 1
The Coggeshall wedding - - 96
The Convent bell - Attwood - 92
The fond Heart - Horn - 179
The Gallant Troubadour - French - 90
The Garland of Love - Hook - 84
The girl of my heart - Shield - 189
The glasses sparkle on the board - Geary - 84
The heath this night must be my bed - Mazzinghi - 170
The King of the Shamrock, the Thistle, the Rose - Bishop - 174
The King—God bless him - Braham - 36
The Match Girl - Kirby - 138
The Navy and the Army - Parry - 142
The Rose of the Valley - Reeve - 104
The Sailor's Orphans - Russian - 114
The Smuggler - Davy - 128
The Snowdrop - Bishop - 182
The Soldier's Wife - Irish - 172
The Tear - Rauzzini - 8
The tear of compassion - Cooke - 189
The Thorn - Shield - 94
The year that's awa' - Parry - 126
Though love is warm awhile - Braham - 122
'Tis all to please my papa - Ware - 12
'Tis but fancy's sketch - Braham - 162
Toujours le meme - French - 176
Wedlock is a ticklish thing - Parry - 190
Womankind - Bishop - 152
Ye bright and glittering palaces - Rodwell - 132
Youth's bosom, when joy flourishes - French - 112


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From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 06 Jan 09 - 06:13 PM

SCOTTISH STUDENTS SONG BOOK 1892

Abdul, the Bulbul Ameer 241
A Capital Ship 128
A Fond Kiss 324
A Hunting We Will Go 214
Alma Mater 4
Amici 326
A Mine an' a Bittock 14
Amo, Amas 55
Anthea, To 150
A-roving 130
Auld Lang Syne 318
Austrian National Anthem 86
Aye waukin' O 154
Back in the Army Again 96
Banks and Braes, Ye 208
Ben Backstay 129
Blow the Man Down 279
Boatman, The 158
Botany Class, The 347
Bread and Butter 320
Britannia, the Pride of the Ocean 68
British Grenadiers, The 103
Broken Ring, The 162
Brothers, Circle Round 48
Bruder, lagert euch im kreise 48
Cakes and Ale 232
Camptown Races 308
Cannibalee 270
Canticum in almam matrem 336
Capital Ship, A 128
Capped and Doctored and a' 60
Carmen de Lalages agna 313
Carmen seculare 328
Cellar Cool, In 184
Chancellor Inglis 344
Cheer, Boys, Cheer 284
Chequer'd Career, A 50
Ching-a ling-ling 252
Clementine 278
Clinical Examination, The 26
Cock Robin 248
Cockles and Mussels 269
College Gown, The 43
Come, Brothers, Fill Your Glasses 202
Come, Landlord, Fill 186
Concerning I and non-I 192
Country Parson's Lament 332
Crambambuli 196
Crocodile, The 8
Darwinian Theory, The 52
Das zerbrochene ringlein 162
Dear Evalina 274
Der wirtin Tochterlein 166
Doctor, The 22
Down among the Dead Men 180
Drink, Puppy, Drink 216
Drink to Me Only 146
Drummer, The Little 108
Dulce Domum 10
Edite, bibite 174
Ellie Rhee 312
Examiner's Song, The 28
Farewell 164
Fhir a bhata 158
For to Admire 94
From High Olympus 6
Funiculi, funicula 236
Garb of Old Gaul, In the 90
Gaudeamus 2
Give a Fee 32
God Save the Queen 64
Golden Vanity, The 124
Goldthred's Song 175
Good-night 316
Good Old Jeff 290
Good Rheine Wine, The 172
Green Grow the Rashes, O 142
Grinding 185
Hail Columbia! 78
Hail, the Northern Beacon 338
Heart of Oak 116
Here's a Health unto His Majesty 182
Here's a Health to the King 180
Here's to the Maiden 183
Herr Bruder, nimm das Glaschen 202
Horae Andreanae   333
Ho-ro, mo nighean donn bhdidheach 160
Ho-ro, My Nut-brown Maiden 160
Hunter's Life, The 218
I Cannot Eate but lytyll Meate 190
Integer vitae 3
In the Garb of Old Gaul 90
In Cellar Cool 184
I'se Gwine Back to Dixie 294
Jingle Bells 250
John Brown's Body 80
John Peel 212
Juanita 167
Kemo, kimo 310
King Arthur 225
Kingdom Coming 302
La Marseillaise 81
Landlady's Daughter, The 166
Landlord, Fill the Flowing Bowl 186
Lasses of Scotland 144
Lauriger Horatium 18
Lead Strikes English Ground, The 113
Lebewohl 164
Listen to My Tale of Woe 258
Little Brown Jug 194
Little Drummer, The 108
Lorelei, Die 210
Manly Heart, The 148
Maple Leaf Forever 74
Marching through Georgia 300
Mariners of England, Ye 131
Marseillaise, La 81
Maccacre of Macpherson, The 246
Massa's in de Cold Ground 292
Mathematic Monody, A 36
Medical Medley, A 19
Men of Harlech, 72
Mermaid, The 120
Mermaid, The 122
Mihi est propositum 170
Moriar, Melpomine 342
Mo run geal dileas 156
Mush, Mush 264
My Bonnie 168
My fair and rare One 156
Norse National Anthem 87
Old Cabin Home 298
Old King Cole 242
Our Noble Selves 58
Over the Sea to Skye 206
Passing By 147
Per Secale 143
Pipe, The 40
Poacher, The 224
Pocket gray, The 24
Polly Hill 106
Polly-wolly-doodle 306
Poor Old Joe 289
Pope and Sultan 42
Probationer's farewell, The 334
Profs' Song, The 330
Recruit, The Young 110
Red, White and Blue 68
Re-united 44
Rhein Wine, The Good 172
Riding Down from Bangor 272
Rosalie 276
Roving, A- 130
Rule, Britannia 66
Russian National Anthem 83
Sally in Our Alley 153
Salve, boreale lumen 338
Sam'el Sumph 34
Scots wha hae 65
Scottish Cavalier, The Old 222
Scottish Fatherland, The 88
Shall I Wasting in Despair 148
Sherlock Holmes 240
Shon Campbell 11
Simon the Cellerer 229
Skye, Over the Sea to 206
So Early in the Morning 314
Solomon Levi 266
Song of Centuries, A 331
Song of Water, A 176
Sonner af Norge 87
Spanish Cavalier, The 256
Spanish Guitar, The 254
Star-spangled Banner, The 76
Student and His Bow-wow, The 38
Student Song, The 56
Sunniest Season of Life, The 340
Table Song, A 200
Ta Phairshon 246
Tarpaulin Jacket 104
Ten Thousand Milea Away 126
There Is a Tavern in the Town 262
Three Crows, The 268
Tim the Dragoon 100
To Anthea 150
Toll for the Brave 118
Tounis colledge, The 346
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp 280
Treue Liebe 165
Trifolium 47
Uncle Ned 296
Upidee 261
Vicar of Bray 220
Vive l'amour 188
Wacht am Rhein, Die 86
Wanderlied
Water, A Song of 322
Wearing of the Green, The 70
Wein, weib, gesang 198
When Joan's Ale Was New 178
When Johnny Comes Marching Home 282
When the King Enjoys His Own Again 226
Who's that Calling? 304
Will Ye No Come back Again? 325
Yang-tsi-Kiang, The 106
Ye Banks and Braes 208

Ye Mariners of England 131
Young Recruit, The 110

These song books were put out through the years; songs changed.

The index of the Scottish Student's Song Book for 1897 is on line at Plymouth Library Services:
http://www.libcat.info/cgi-bin/plymouth-cat.sh?enqtype=MUSIC&enqpara1=ANY


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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 06 Jan 09 - 06:15 PM

The Index for Scottish Students Song Book is on line, not the songs.


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Subject: Index: The Liberty Minstrel (George W Clark, 1845)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 06 Jan 09 - 08:33 PM

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The Liberty Minstrel [Abolitionist songs]
by George Washington Clark (New York: Leavitt & Alden, 1845.)

Afric's Dream - 20
Am I not a Man and Brother? - 56
Am I not a Sister? - 57
Are ye truly Free? - 126
Ballot, The - 181
Ballot-Box, The - 130
Be free! O man, be free! - 134
Be kind to each other - 166
Beacon has been lighted, A - 74
Bereaved Father - 10
Bereaved Mother, The - 46
Birney and Liberty - 129
Blind Slave Boy - 37
Bondman, The - 87
Break every yoke - 159
Brothers be Brave for the pining Slave - 26
Christian Mother - 131
Clarion of Freedom - 80
Come and see the works of God - 109
Come join the Abolitionists - 96
Comfort for the bondmen - 108
Comfort in affliction - 44
Domestic Bliss - 31
Election, The - 180
Emancipation Song - 146
Flying Slave, The - 179
Fourth of July - 88
Freed Slave, The - 114
Freedom's Gathering - 164
Friend of the Friendless - 103
Fugitive Slave to the Christian - 34
Fugitive, The - 54
Get off the Track - 144
Gone! gone, sold and gone - 5
Hail the day! - 180
Harbinger of Liberty - 148
Hark! a voice from Heaven - 110
Hark! I hear a sound of anguish - 24
Heard ye that Cry? - 48
Holy freedom - 120
How long! O, how long! - 33
Hymn for Children - 183
I am Monarch of naught I survey - 18
I would not live alway - 59
Last night of Slavery, The - 136
Law of love, The - 100
Liberty Ball, The - 156
Liberty battle Song - 128
Liberty Flag, The - 114
Liberty Glee - 184
Liberty party, The - 132
Liberty Voter's Song, The - 154
Light of Truth - 149
Little Slave Girl, The - 138
Man for me, The - 84
Manhood - 178
March on! march on! - 184
March to the Battle-field - 115
Mercy-Seat, The - 102
My child is gone - 43
Myron Holly - 77
Negro Boy sold for a watch - 16
Negro's appeal, The - 14
O Charity! - 101
O Pity the Slave Mother - 32
Ode to James G. Birney - 150
Oft in the chilly night - 117
On to Victory - 83
Our Countrymen are dying - 94
Our Countrymen in chains! - 76
Our Pilgrim Fathers - 60
Pilgrim Song - 86
Pleasant land we love, The - 112
Poor little slave, The - 45
Poor Voter's Song - 178
Praise and Prayer - 167
Prayer for the Slave - 52
Quadroon Maiden - 29
Remember me - 73
Remembering God is just - 53
Rise! Freeman rise! - 73
Rouse up, New England! - 70
Sing me a triumph Song - 91
Slave Boy's Wish - 9
Slave Girl mourning her Father - 12
Slave Mother and her babe - 13
Slave's Lamentation, The - 168
Slave's Wrongs - 40
Sleep on, my Child - 49
Song of the Coffle gang - 22
Song of the Free - 118
Spirit of Pilgrims, The - 181
Stanzas for the times - 63
Stolen we were - 140
Stranger and his Friend, The - 170
Strength of tyranny, The - 36
Strike for liberty - 82
That's my Country - 127
To those I Love - 66
Tribute to departed worth, A - 152
Trumpet of Freedom, The - 157
Vision, A - 142
Voice of New England - 78
Wake sons of the Pilgrims - 92
Wake, Sons of the Pilgrims - 92
Wake, Ye Numbers - 104
We are all children of one Parent - 167
We are Come, all Come - 99
We ask not Martial Glory - 95
We're coming, We're coming - 68
We're for Freedom through the Land - 173
What mean ye, that ye bruise and bind? - 182
What means that sad and dismal Look - 8
Yankee Girl - 160
Ye Heralds of Freedom - 58
Ye Sons of Freemen - 121
Ye spirits of the Free - 90
Zaza - 50


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Subject: Index: Gems of English Song (Boston: 1873)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 07 Jan 09 - 01:08 PM

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Gems of English Song
A Collection of Very Choice Songs, Duets and Quartets with an Accompaniment for the Piano-Forte.
(Boston: Oliver Ditson & Company, 1873.)

Ah! If Thou Couldst Know - Balfe - 8
Alice, Where Art Thou? - Ascher - 254
Angels Ever Bright and Fair - Handel - 134
Auld Robin Gray - - 131
Ballad Singer - Linley - 121
Beautiful Bird, Sing On - Howe - 128
Bells of Aberdovey - "Welsh Melody" - 98
Blue Alsatian Mountains, The - Adams - 184
Break, Break at the Foot, &c. - Boott - 65
Bride Bells - Roeckel - 79
Bridge, The - Lady Carew - 201
Bright Beyond, The - Howe - 192
By the Blue Sea - Smart - 196
Christmas Song - Adam - 206
Clang of the Wooden Shoon, The - Molloy - 180
Come with Me (Duet) - Campana - 32
Consider the Lilies - Topliff - 151
Day Is Done - Balfe - 141
Do I Love Thee - Wiegand - 42
Do You Remember (Duet) - Campana - 37
Douglas! Tender and True - Lady J. Scott - 24
Dresden China - Molloy - 236
Embarrassment - Abt - 252
Esmeralda - Levey - 116
Far Away - Lindsay - 194
Fly Forth, O Gentle Dove - Pinsuti - 60
Hour of Sweet Repose - Howe - 26
I Am Content - Sainton - 74
I Am Weary with Rowing - Boott - 220
I Love My Love in the Morning - Allen - 190
I Love My Love - Pinsuti - 76
It Was a Dream - Cowen - 230
Jamie, Do You Hear Me Calling? - Molloy - 238
Killarney - Balfe - 172
King's Highway - Molloy - 212
Let Me Dream Again - Sullivan - 246
Like the Lark - Abt - 28
Little Maid of Arcadee - Sullivan - 84
Looking Back - Sullivan - 82
Lost Chord - Sullivan - 241
Lover and the Bird - Guglielmo - 46
Maid of Athens - Allen - 62
Maiden's Rose - Hatton - 209
Nancy Lee - Adams - 159
Nazareth ("Though Poor Be the Chamber") - Gounod - 106
No, 'Tis Not True - Mattel - 52
O Fair Dove! O Fond Dove - Gatty - 148
O Swallow, Happy Swallow (Duet) - Kucken - 49
O Well for the Fisherman's Boy - Boott - 65
Oh! How Delightful - Molloy - 198
Once Again - Sullivan - 218
One Morning, Oh, So Early - Gatty - 12
Only a Face at the Window - Gabriel - 30
Palm Branches - Faure - 103
Ring On, Sweet Angelus - Gounod - 5
Rose of the Alps - Linley - 222
Rose-Marie ("Over the Hills," &c.) - Molloy - 92
Ruby ("I Opened the Leaves of a Book") - Gabriel - 175
She Wandered down the Mountain - Clay - 156
Sing, Birdie, Sing - Ganz - 87
Sing, Smile, Sleep - Gounod - 100
Sing, Sweet Bird - Ganz - 68
So the Story Goes - Hatton - 209
Speak to Me? - Campana - 178
Swallow, The - Pinsuti - 57
Sweet and Low (Quartette) - Barnby - 96
Sweet Spirit, Hear My Prayer - Wallace - 112
Tar's Farewell - Adams - 233
Tender and True - Lyle - 124
There's Nothing Like a Fresh'ning Breeze - Randegger - 216
'Tis Not True - Mattel - 52
Twilight Fancy - Molloy - 236
Vagabond, The - Molloy - 224
Waking at Early Day - Linley - 121
Warrior Bold, A - Adams - 249
Weary of Living, So Weary - Gabriel - 72
Welcome, Pretty Primrose - Pinsuti - 162
When the Thorn Is White - Von Weber - 20
Who's at My Window - Osborne - 167
Yeoman's Wedding Song - Poniatowski - 16
You and I - Claribel - 138


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Subject: Index: English Minstrelsie, Vol. 1 (Baring-Gould)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 07 Jan 09 - 07:53 PM

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English Minstrelsie, Vol. 1.
A national monument of English song: collated and edited, with notes and historical introductions, in eight volumes.
by S. Baring-Gould (Edinburgh: T. C. & E. C. Jack, Grange Publishing Works, 1895.)

"In cases where the First Line differs from the Title, the former is also given (in italics). The figures in parentheses refer to the page at which the Note will be found."

A master I have (xxx.) 76
A schooling I went as a boy (xxix.) 42
Amo Amas (xxviii.) 24
As Dolly Sat Milking (xxvii.) 11
At the peaceful midnight hour (xxx.) 61
Bailiff's Daughter, The (xxix.) 50
Bay of Biscay, The (xxxii.) 111
Charming Phillis (xxvii.) 8
Cherry Ripe (xxix.) 36
Come, If You Dare (xxviii.) 20
Come, Lasses and Lads (xxviii.) 18
Come, take your glass (xxx.) 66
Damsel Possessed of Great Beauty, A (xxix.) 48
Down among the Dead Men (xxix.) 46
Farmer's Boy, The (xxx.) 58
Flying Dutchman, The (xxxii.) 88
Galloping Dreary Dun (xxx.) 76
Garden Gate, The (xxx.) 84
Giles Scroggins (xxviii.) 26
Go patter to lubbers and swabs (xxxii.) 102
God Save the Queen (xxv.) 2
Henry VIII's Song (xxvii.) 4
Here's a health to the Queen (xxix.) 46
Here's to the Maiden (xxviii.) 28
I Am a Friar of Orders Grey (xxix.) 52
I Went to the Fair (xxix.) 40
I'm Afloat (xxxii.) 94
In good King Charles's golden days (xxvii.) 14
I've Been Roaming (xxx.) 68
Listen to the Voice of Love (xxix.) 44
Loud roar'd the dreadful thunder (xxxii.) 111
Lubin's Rural Cot (xxx.) 73
Many have told of the monks (xxxii.) 106
Marigold Lane (xxix.) 42
Monks of Old, The (xxxii.) 106
Northern Lass, The (xxx., xxxi.) 66
O listen, listen to the voice of love (xxix.) 44
Old Simon the cellarer (xxxii.) 97
Pastime with Good Company (xxvii.) 4
Poor Jack (xxxii.) 102
Returning home across the fields (xxx.) 73
Rock'd in the Cradle of the Deep (xxxii.) 92
Should He Upbraid (xxx.) 78
Simon the Cellarer (xxxii.) 97
Spider and the Fly, The (xxxii.) 108
Sweet Nelly, My Heart's Delight (xxx.) 56
Take a Bumper and Try (xxix.) 30
The day was closed, the moon (xxx.) 84
The sun had set behind the hill (xxx.) 58
The women all tell I'm false (xxix.) 30
There was a youth (xxix.) 50
'Twas on a Very Stormy Day (xxxii.) 88
Vicar of Bray, The (xxvii.) 14
We Met, 'Twas in a Crowd (xxxii.) 100
When Once I Was a Shepherd Boy (xxvii.) 6
When That I Was a Little Tiny Boy (xxxii.) 86
Where the Bee Sucks (xxix.) 33
"Will you walk into my parlour?" (xxxii.) 108
Wolf, The (xxx.) 61


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Subject: Index: English Minstrelsie, Vol. 4 (Baring-Gould)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 07 Jan 09 - 10:08 PM

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English Minstrelsie, Vol. 4.
A national monument of English song: collated and edited, with notes and historical introductions, in eight volumes.
by S. Baring-Gould (Edinburgh: T. C. & E. C. Jack, Grange Publishing Works, 1896.)

"In cases where the First Line differs from the Title, the former is also given (in italics). The figures in parentheses refer to the page at which the Note will be found."

Ah! How sweet are the cooling breeze (vii.) 80
Awake, Sweet Love (vii.) 71
Brutus (ix.) 106
Caleb Quotem (vii.) 74
Cease, Rude Boreas (viii.) 86
Cease Your Funning (ix.) 112
Celibrate This Festival (ii.) 33
Come, cheer up, my lads (i.) 28
Dear Love, Regard My Grief (vii.) 84
Deep, Deep Sea, The (i.) 12
Fair Sally (x.) 118
Fly! Fly! Ye Lazy Hours (v.) 52
Gallant Sailor, The (viii.) 96
Girl I Left Behind Me, The (i.) 26
Good ringers be we that in Torrington dwell (viii.) 101
Hares in the Old Plantation (ix.) 110
Heart of Oak (i.) 28
Here a sheer hulk (iv.) 48
I'll Speak of Thee (vii.) 68
I'm parish clerk (vii.) 74
I'ò lonesome since I cross'd the hill (i.) 26
In This Old Chair My Father Sat (ii.) 38
Lady, unheeding, love lies a-bleeding (v.) 58
Lass of the Mill, The (viii.) 94
Leave, lasses, your work (ix.) 116
Love Lies A-Bleeding (v.) 58
Meet Me by Moonlight Alone (iii.) 40
Miller's Wedding, The (ix.) 116
Musidora (vii.) 80
My father turn'd me out of doors (ix.) 110
Now, Oh Now, I Needs Must Part (i.) 10
Oh, come with me, my love (i. ) 12
Oh, Mother, a Hoop! (ix.) 114
Oh No! My Love, No! (vi.) 60
Oh No, We Never Mention Her (vii.) 66
Old Adam (v.) 54
Old Tubal Cain was a man of might (i.) 18
Orinthia, my beloved! (i.) 6
Pilgrim of Love, The (i.) 6
Pretty Star of the Night (vii.) 62
Quaff with Me the Purple Wine (i.) 21
Ringers of Torrington Town, The (viii.) 101
Roast Beef of Old England, The (iv.) 50
Rose That Weeps, The (ii.) 36
Storm, The (viii.) 86
Sweet Are the Charms of Her I Love (ix.) 104
Tell Me, Mary, How to Woo Thee (i.) 1
Tell Me Where Is Fancy Bred? (viii.) 88
The day star has long been sunk (vii.) 62
The vanquish'd Brutus seiz'd the fatal sword (ix.) 106
Through the Wood (iv.) 42
Tom Bowling (iv.) 48
Tubal Cain (i.) 18
What a fine thing I have seen (ix.) 114
When Daisies Pied (v.) 56
When mighty roast beef (iv.) 50
While I hang on your bosom (vi.) 60
Who has e'er been at Baldoch? (viii.) 94
With Lowly Suit and Plaintive Ditty (ii.) 30


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Subject: Index: English Minstrelsie, Vol. 5 (Baring-Gould)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 07 Jan 09 - 11:13 PM

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English Minstrelsie, Vol. 5.
A national monument of English song: collated and edited, with notes and historical introductions, in eight volumes
by S. Baring-Gould (Edinburgh: T. C. & E. C. Jack, Grange Publishing Works, 1895.)

"In cases where the First Line differs from the Title, the former is also given (in italics). The figures in parentheses refer to the page at which the Note will be found."

Abroad We Must Wander (xxvii.) 109
Alas, for the Days That Are Gone! (xxvi.) 92
As I was a-walking (xxiv.) 44
Behold, I Am a Village Lass (xxiii.) 27
Burton Ale (xxiv.) 49
By Those Eyes (xxvi.) 88
Cabin Boy, The (xxiii.) 36
Care Flies from the Lad That Is Merry (xxii.) 1
Child of Earth with the Golden Hair (xxvii.) 106
Could a Man Be Secure (xxvi.) 95
Daughter, You're Too Young (xxvi.) 104
Dear eventime (xxv.) 70
Dearest Kitty (xxv.) 82
Down among the Banks of Roses (xxiv.) 44
Drink to Me Only (xxvii.) 112
Eulalie (xxv.) 73
Eventime (xxv.) 70
Far, Far from Me My Lover Flies (xxv.) 68
Fill Me a Bowl (xxiv.) 46
Fly Away, Pretty Moth (xxvi.) 86
Give me noble ale (xxiv.) 49
Go, go, go (xxiv.) 41
Harvest Home (xxiv.) 38
Hindustani Girl's Lament, The (xxiii.) 14
In May, fifteen hundred and eighty and eight (xxiv.) 52
Invincible Armado, The (xxiv.) 52
Joan's Placket Is Torn (xxvi.) 100
Jonathan (xxiii.) 10
Now my daddy's from home (xxiii.) 24
O, for Those Old Familiar Friends! (xxv.) 77
Of What Is the Old Man Thinking? (xxv.) 64
Once I Loved a Maiden Fair (xxii.) 4
One summer eve with pensive thought (xxiii.) 22
Peaceful Slumb'ring on the Ocean (xxii.) 6
Ploughman's Ditty, The (xxvi.) 90
Precautioned Nymph, The (xxiv.) 41
Reproach, The (xxvi.) 102
Sally Sweetbread (xxiii.) 24
Send back my long-strayed eyes (xxvi.) 102
Shells of Ocean (xxiii.) 22
Smile Again, My Bonnie Lassie (xxiv.) 56
Sweet Kitty Clover (xxiii.) 16
Tell Me, My Heart (xxiii.) 30
The sea was rough, the clouds were dark (xxiii.) 36
Time Has Not Thinned My Flowing Hair (xxiii.) 18
'Tis thy will, and I must leave thee (xxiii.) 14
To Meet Her Mars (xxv.) 84
When Daffodils Begin to Peer (xxv.) 60
When Molly smiles (xxvi.) 90
When Orpheus Went Down (xxiii.) 8
When Other Lips (xxv.) 58
When the farmer has fallowed (xxiv.) 38


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Subject: Index: English Minstrelsie, Vol. 6 (Baring-Gould)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 08 Jan 09 - 09:07 AM

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English Minstrelsie, Vol. 6.
A national monument of English song: collated and edited, with notes and historical introductions, in eight volumes
by S. Baring-Gould (Edinburgh: T. C. & E. C. Jack, Grange Publishing Works, 1895.)

"In cases where the First Line differs from the Title, the former is also given (in italics). The figures in parentheses refer to the page at which the Note will be found."

A Cheshire man sail'd unto Spain (vi.) 72
Adieu to Old England (xi.) 108
Adieu to the Village Delights (xi.) 102
Advice to the Fair Sex (v.) 49
As I Saw Fair Clora Walk (viii.) 88
Banks of Allan Water, The (vii.) 77
Begone, Dull Care (ii.) 20
Bound Prentice to a Waterman (iv.) 42
Cast, My Love, Thine Eyes (xiii.) 112
Cheshire Cheese, The (vi.) 72
Diver, The (vi.) 64
Encompassed by an Angel's Frame (viii.) 86
Gather Your Rosebuds Whilst Ye May (ii.) 16
George Ridler's Oven (x.) 100
Give That Wreath to Me (ii.) 11
Happy Land! (ii.) 8
He comes from the wars (iii.) 34
Here's a Health to the Lass (v.) 60
Here's a Health unto His Majesty (iii.) 28
Hope Told a Flattering Tale (xiii.) 121
I Am a Poor Shepherd Undone (ii.) 14
I Dreamt That I Dwelt in Marble Halls (v.) 54
If Torn from Thee (iii.) 24
I Have a Silent Sorrow (vi.) 68
I lov'd a maid, her name was Nell (xiii.) 118
In Infancy Our Hopes and Fears (xii.) 110
In the caverns deep of the ocean cold (vi.) 64
I Pray Thee Send Me Back My Heart (vii.) 84
Jewel Is My Lady Fair, A (v.) 46
Last Valentine Day (ii.) 22
Let Ambition Fire Thy Mind (v.) 62
Let Me Wander Not Unseen (ix.) 96
Long, Long Ago (viii.) 92
Love Will Find Out the Way (iii.) 32
Mermaid, The (vi.) 74
Miller of Dee, The (iii.) 30
My Dog and I (xiii.) 118
My father in leather was clad (xi.) 108
No Flower That Blows (vii.) 80
Oh! Forbear to Bid Me Slight Her (xi.) 104
Oh, pilot, 'tis a fearful night (v.) 57
Old Ringwood (ix.) 94
On Friday morn when we set sail (vi.) 74
On the banks of Allan Water (vii.) 77
Over the mountains and over the waves (iii.) 32
Phillis on the New-Mown Hay (vi.) 70
Pilot, The (v.) 57
Rest, Warrior, Rest (iii.) 34
Shepherds, Have You Seen My Pastora (v.) 52
Softly Rise, O Southern Breeze (iv.) 37
Somebody (v.) 44
Stammering Lovers, The (ii.) 22
Sweet Smells the Briar (i.) 4
Tell me the tales (viii.) 92
There Is a Flower That Bloometh (i.) 1
There was a jolly miller (iii.) 30
The stones that built George Ridler's oven (x.) 100
They Tell Us That You Mighty Powers (ix.) 98
Through All the Employments of Life (xi.) 106
'Twas on a pleasant summer's day (i.) 6
Well-A-Day! (i.) 6
Were I oblig'd to beg my bread (v.) 44
When Lubin Sings of Youth's Delight (ii.) 18
When the shepherds seek to woo (v.) 49
Ye darksome woods, where echo dwells (ix.) 94


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Subject: Index: English Lyrics, Vol 3 (C H H Parry)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 08 Jan 09 - 12:31 PM

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English Lyrics (Third Set)
Set to music by C. H. H. Parry (London & New York: Novello, Ewer and Co., 1895.)

1. To Lucasta, on Going to the Wars - Lovelace - 1
2. If Thou Would'st Ease Thine Heart - Beddoes - 5
3. To Althea, from Prison - Lovelace - 9
4. Why So Pale and Wan - Suckling - 14
5. Through the Ivory Gate - Julian Sturgis - 18
6. Of All the Torments - William Walsh - 23


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Subject: Index: American War Ballads and Lyrics (Eggleston)
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 08 Jan 09 - 05:03 PM

AMERICAN WAR BALLADS AND LYRICS

A collection of the songs and ballads of the Colonial Wars, the revolution, the War of 1812-15, the War with Mexico and the Civil War.
Lyrics only.
On line, vol. I, Vol. II: American War Ballads
The archive.org typescript is poor with many errors, mis-spellings. Only Vol. 1 seen 'in the flesh,' index of Vol. 2 from the on line text.

Edited by George Cary Eggleston. Vol. I. 1889, Granger Book Co., reprint, 1978.

The Colonial Wars
Lovewell's Fight 13
The Song of Braddock's Men 19

The Revolutionary War
Liberty Tree 23
Free America 25
Emancipation from British Dependence 28
Paul Revere's Ride 32
Warren's Address 38
Nathan Hale 40
The Ballad of Nathan Hale 43
The Battle of Trenton 46
The Fate of John Burgoyne 48
The Progress of Sir Jack Brag 51
War and Washington 53
Columbia 57
Taxation of America 60
The Battle of the Kegs 72
Carmen Bellicosum 77
The Yankee Man-of-War 80
Paul Jones' Victory 83
The Royal Adventurer 87
Eutaw Springs 90
An Ancient Prophecy 92
The Dance 94
Song of Marion's Men 97
Hail Columbia 102

The War of 1812-15 105
Truxton's Victory 107
The "Constellation" and the "Insurgente" 110
The Wasp's Frolic 113
"Constitution" and "Guerriere" 115
The "United States" and "Macedonian" 118
The "United States" and "Macedonian" 121
Perry's Victory 126
Yankee Thunders 128
Ye Parliament of England 131
Comrades! Join the Flag of Glory 135

Our Navy 136
The Star-Spangled Banner 138
Sea and Land Victories 141
Old Ironsides 144

The Mexican War 147
Monterey 149
Buena Vista 151
The Bivouac of the Dead 159

The Civil War 165
Brother Jonathan's Lament for Sister Caroline 167
The Twelfth of April 170
Men of the North and West 174
Rhode Island to the South 176
Our Country's Call 178
A Cry to Arms 181
The Banner of the Stars 184
The Flag of the Constellation 186
The Stars and Stripes 188
The Bonnie Blue Flag 189
The Stripes and the Stars 191
Dixie 193
Th Oath of Freedom 197
Civil War 200
The Massachusetts Line 202
Bethel 204
The Charge by the Ford 209
Manassas 212
Upon the Hill Before Centreville 214

Vol. II

The Civil War (cont.)
My Maryland
Battle Hymn of the Republic
The Picket Guard
The Countersign
Jonathan to John 25
There's Life in the Old Land Yet
Never or Now
Boy Brittan
The "Cumberland"
On Board the "Cumberland"
The Sword-Bearer
The Old Sergeant
The "Varuna"
The River Fight
Sheridan's Ride
Kearney at Seven Pines
Stonewall Jackson's Way
Marching Along
The Burial of Latane
Tardy George
Wanted- A Man
Overtures from Richmond
Barbara Frietchie
Music in Camp
Fredericksburg
Treason's Last device
In Louisiana
John Pelham
The Battle of Charleston Harbor
Running the Batteries
Keenan's Charge
Death of Stonewall Jackson
Under the Shade of the Trees
Stonewall Jackson
The Black Regiment
Little Giffen of Tennessee
Gettysburg
At Gettysburg
John Burns of Gettysburg
Woman's War Mission
Three Hundred Thousand More
Lee to the Rear
"Kearsarge" and "Alabama"
The Bay Fight
The Loyal Fisher
Sherman's March to the Sea
Sherman's March

The Year of Jubilee
The Conquered Banner
Somebody's Darling
Left on the Battlefield
Driving Home the Cows 210
After All
He Will See it When He Wakes

The Reveille
The Reveille
The White Rose
The Blue and the Gray
Ready
A Georgia Volunteer
How Are You, Sanitary?
The Men
The Guerillas
When This Cruel War Is Over
Cavalry Song (Stedman)
The Cavalry Charge (Taylor)
The Cavalry Charge (Durivage)
Roll Call
Reading the List
A Woman of the War
Glory Hallelujah! or John Brown's Body
Marching Through Georgia
The Battle Cry of Freedom
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
(End Vol. 2)

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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 08 Jan 09 - 05:09 PM

American War Ballads and Lyrics http"//www.archive.org/stream/americanwarballa00eggl/americanwarballa00eggl_djvu.txt


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Subject: Index: Songs of the Nation (C W Johnson, 1896)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 08 Jan 09 - 07:57 PM

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Songs of the Nation
A collection of patriotic and national songs, college and home songs, occasional and devotional songs, for the use of schools, colleges, and choruses, teachers' institutes, and in the home.
Compiled and edited by Charles W. Johnson (New York: Silver Burdett and Company, 1896.)

Abide with Me - 138
America - 17
American Flag, The - 35
Annie Laurie - 63
Arbor Day - 111
Auld Lang Syne - 63, 64
Austrian National Hymn - 50
Autumn's Glory - 106
Battle Hymn of the Republic - 39
Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms - 84
Blue-Bell of Scotland, The - 62
Boating Song - 87
Breaking Waves Dashed High, The - 34
Brightest and Best - 114
Bugler, The - 66-68
But the Lord Is Mindful of His Own - 146, 147
But When Morning Dawneth - 79
By Cool Siloam's Shady Rill - 141
Charles John, Our Brave King (Swedish) - 57
Cherished Names - 124
Christmas Carol - 117
Comrades, Good-Night - 126
Cradle Hymn - 139
Danish National Hymn - 55
Dearest Spot, The - 94
Dixie's Land - 24, 25
Do They Think of Me at Home? - 95
Emmet's Lullaby - 136, 137
Evening Prayer - 140
Far above Cayuga's Waters - 132
Farewell to the Forest - 83
Father of Love - 147
Fling Out the Banner - 29
Four Winds, The - 109
God Be With You - 157
God Bless Our Native Land - 40
God for Us - 42
God of Our Fathers - 28
Good Night - 80
Good-Bye, Sweetheart - 92
Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah - 145
Hail and Farewell - 130
Hail Columbia! - 18, 19
Hamburg - 158
Hark! the Herald Angels Sing - 112
Harp That Once Through Tara's Halls, The - 60
Harvest Song - 110
Heart Bowed Down, The - 72
Holy Night! Peaceful Night! - 113
Home Again - 96
Home of the Soul - 97
Home, Sweet Home - 93
Homeward Bound - 102
I Am Content - 70
I Love My Love - 86
Integer Vitae - 140
Italian Hymn - 53
Jerusalem the Golden - 149
Juanita - 85
Lead, Kindly Light - 155
Let Him in Whom Old Dutch Blood Flows - 52
Lift Thine Eyes - 152, 153
Like Small Curled Feathers, White and Soft - 115
Little Bird, The - 90, 91
Long Live, Long Live America! - 43
Lord Is My Shepherd, The - 148
Lord's Prayer, The - 143
March of the Men of Columbia - 36-38
Marseillaise Hymn - 50, 51
Maryland, My Maryland - 46
Memorial Day - 119
Merry Autumn Days - 107
Mighty Fortress Is Our God, A - 144
Morning Hymn - 103
My Native Land - 44
My Old Kentucky Home, Good-Night - 100, 101
My Own Native Land - 26
Nearer, My God, to Thee - 141
Noah's Ark - 69
Norwegian National Hymn - 54
Now the Day Is Over - 142
O Little Town of Bethlehem - 116
O Paradise - 151
O Spirit of the Nation, Come! - 41
O Starry Flag of Union, Hail! - 33
Oh, Then My Little Soul's Gwine to Shine - 76
Old Black Joe - 82
Old Folks at Home - 98, 99
Old Hundred - 158
Old Oaken Bucket, The - 78
Onward, Christian Soldiers - 156
Our Country - 45
Polish May Song - 64
Prayer for Our Country - 26, 27
Precious Lives - 121
Red, White, and Blue, The - 30
Rule, Britannia! - 47, 48
Russian National Hymn - 65
Sally in Our Alley - 76, 77
Seymour - 154
Sleep, Comrades, Sleep - 125
Softly Now the Light of Day - 135
Soldier's Farewell - 71
Song for Arbor Day - 111
Song of Columbus Day - 131
Song to the Flag - 32
Spring - 104
Star Spangled Banner, The - 20
Stars of the Summer Night - 135
Strew the Fair Garlands - 122, 123
Summer - 105
Swedish National Hymn - 56
Sweet Alice, Ben Bolt - 74, 75
Sweet and Low - 133
Sweet By and By - 150
Switzerland - 58, 59
Tenting on the Old Camp Ground - 21
Thanksgiving - 111
Then You'll Remember Me - 73
There's a Beautiful Flag - 22, 23
They Falter Not - 31
Thine Eyes So Blue - 134
'Tis Easter Time - 118
'Tis the Last Rose of Summer - 61
Upidee - 88, 89
Veterans, The - 120
Washington - 127-129
Watch By the Rhine, The - 49
What Glory Gilds the Sacred Page - 154
Winter - 108
You Gentlemen of England - 80, 81


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Subject: Index: Minstrelsy of England (Alfred Moffat, 1901)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 08 Jan 09 - 10:11 PM

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The Minstrelsy of England
A collection of 200 English songs with their melodies, popular from the 16th century to the middle of the 18th century.
Edited and arranged with pianoforte accompaniments by Alfred Edward Moffat
Supplemented with historical notes by Frank Kidson (London: Bayley & Ferguson, 1901.)

Admiral Benbow - 25
Ah! the Sighs that come fro' my Heart - 178
All in a Garden Green - 126
All in the Downs - 164
Amidst the Myrtles as I Walk - 28
Amyntor's Well-a-day! - 228
Angler's Song, The - 36
Arch Denial, The - 199
As down in the Meadows I chanced to pass - 88
As I walked forth one Summer's Day - 51
As I was a-walking (Cupid's Trick) - 231
As I was a-walking (The Pretty Ploughboy) - 107
As May, in all her Youthful Dress - 113
As me and my Marrow - 172
As once I sat - 120
As Tippling John - 193
Bailiff's Daughter of Islington, The - 222, 315
Barbara Allen's Cruelty - 132
Barley Mow, The - 236
Bath Medley, The - 272
Beauty in Eclipse - 19
Begone, dull Care! - 237
Bid me but Live - 8
Black Sloven - 140
Black-Ey'd Susan - 164, 312
Blossom of the Year, The - 152
Bonny Grey-Ey'd Morn - 280
Bonny Milkmaid, The - 244
Boys and Girls, come out to Play - 311
Brangill of Poictu - 310
Brave Grenadiers, Rejoice! - 246
Bright was the Morning - 285
British Grenadiers, The - 214
Broom, Green Broom - 234
Bucks a-Hunting go - 200
Cease your Funning - 211
Cheshire man sail'd into Spain, A - 188
Chevy Chase - 138
Chloris, now thou'rt fled away - 228
Club your Firelocks, my Lads - 78
Colin's Complaint - 122
Collier's Rant, The - 172
Come you not from Newcastle? - 48
Come, all you Jolly Ploughboys - 304
Come, all you Jolly Watermen - 239
Come, and listen to my Ditty - 184
Come, Cheer up, my Lads - 252
Come, come, my Jolly Lads - 224
Come, come, my Lovers - 20
Come, each Gallant Lad - 268
Come, here's to Robin Hood - 146
Come, let us Prepare - 66
Come, Live with Me, and be my Love - 216
Come, Love, let's walk in yonder spring - 29
Come, Sweet Lass - 12
Come, ye Young Men - 229
Comely Swain, why sitt'st thou so? - 121
Country Fair, The - 114
Country Garden, The - 314
Country Parson, The - 6
Cross Purposes - 18
Cupid's Garden - 302, 316
Cupid's Trick - 231
Dairymaid, The - 127
Decrepit Winter Limps away - 240
Despairing beside a Clear Stream - 122
Down among the Dead Men - 238
Drink to me only with thine Eyes - 217
Dulce Domum - 144
Dumb Wife Cured, The - 102
Dusky Night rides down the Sky, The - 150
Early one Morning - 295
Every Man take his Glass in his Hand - 296
Fair Hebe - 157
Fair Sally loved a Bonny Seaman - 205
Fairest Isle of Isles Excelling - 158
Flocks are Sporting - 248
Fly on the Brink, A - 272
Free and Accepted Mason, The - 66
From the East breaks the Morn - 242
Gather ye Rosebuds while ye may - 93
Gathering Peascods - 152
Gipsy Song - 106
Go from my Window, go - 24
God prosper long our Noble King - 138
God Save the King! - 3
Golden Slumbers Kiss your Eyes - 58
Golden Vanity, The - 300
Good Morrow, Gossip Joan - 156
Gracy Nugent - 313
Half Hannykin - 311
Happy Beggars, The - 80
Hark! hark! the Joy-inspiring Horn - 98
Harvest Home - 74
He that will not merry, merry be - 104
Heart of Oak - 252
Here the Rosebuds in June - 94
Here's a Health to the Barley Mow - 236
Here's a Health to the Jolly Woodcutter - 174
Here's a Health to the King - 238
Here's a Health unto his Majesty - 52
Here's to the Maiden of Bashful Fifteen - 72
Here's to thee, my Boy - 198
Honest Yorkshireman, The - 219
How gentle was my Damon's Air - 61
How pleasant it is in the Blossom of the Year - 152
How should I your true Love know? - 9
How sweet is the Horn - 200
Hunt is up, The - 90
I am a Country Parson - 6
I am a Lusty, Lively Lad - 284
I am a Young Damsel - 250
I am the Jolly Prince of Drinkers - 212
I am, in truth, a Country Youth - 219
I do confess thou'rt Smooth and Fair - 54
I have Rambled, I own it - 245
I made Love to Kate - 111
I never saw a Face till now - 190
I prithee, send me back my Heart - 179
I sung my Passion to the Wind - 202
I'll tell thee, Dick, where I have been - 116
In a small pleasant Village - 286
In good King Charles' Golden Days - 220
In Pescod Time - 138
In praise of a Dairy - 127
In praise of Ale - 13
In Scarlet town, where I was born - 132
In search of a Wife - 245
In the Fields in Frost and Snows - 309
In the Merry Month of May - 59
In the Pleasant Month of May - 114
In Thorny Woods in Buckinghamshire - 290
It is not that I Love you less - 40
It was a Lover and his Lass - 264
It was a maid of my Countrie - 100
Jack met his Mother all alone - 22
Jockey to the Fair - 206
Jog on, jog on the Footpath Way - 90
Jog on, my Honey - 311
Jovial Beggar, The - 108
Joy to the Person of my Love - 186
Just as the Tide was Flowing - 288
Kiss I Begged, A - 112
Knight and Shepherd's Daughter, The - 161
Lady Frances Neville's Delight - 146
Lass with the Delicate Air, The - 82
Last New Year's Day - 165
Last Valentine's Day - 140
Leather Bottel - 148, 312
Let Poets and Historians - 204
Linco found Damon lying - 6
London 'Prentice, The - 313
Lottery, The - 250
Love is a Bauble - 218
Love me little, love me long - 75
Love will find out the Way - 87
Love's Votary - 8
Mad Robin - 75
Maiden Fair - 313
Maiden's Complaint - 61
Maids are grown so Coy of Late - 117
Man's Life is but Vain - 36
Marquis of Granby's March - 162
May Fair - 58
May Pole, The - 229
Mermaid, The - 56
Merry Cuckoo, Messenger of Spring, The - 84
Merry Gregorians, The - 204
Message, The - 34
Miller of the Dee, The - 44
Murm'ring Brooks, The - 278
My Love bound me with a Kisse - 196
My Mind to me a Kingdom is - 176
My simple Heart is fled Away - 309
Ne Kirree fo'n Sniaghtey - 170
Near Woodstock Town - 181
North Country Lass up to London did pass, A - 180
Northumberland Bagpiper, The - 292
Now is the Month of Maying - 33
Now, away, my Brave Boys - 26
Now, O now I needs must part - 262
O Mistress Mine - 16
O Rare Turpin - 160
O Some they do Talk of Bold Robin Hood - 143
O Willow, Willow! - 14
O, now the certain Cause I know - 49
Oak and the Ash, The - 180
Of all the Comforts I miscarried - 134
Of all the Girls that are so smart - 215
Oh, the Charming Month of May - 230
Oh, we sailed to Virginia - 25
Oh, what a Plague is Love - 210
On a Day—Alack the Day! - 38
On a Friday Morn - 56
On Hounslow Heath - 160
On the Brow of Richmond Hill - 68
Once I had a Sweetheart - 231
Once I loved a Maiden Fair - 185
One Morning in the Month of May (Just as the Tide was Flowing) - 288
One Morning in the Month of May (Spotted Cow) - 124
Over the Mountains - 87
Packington's Pound - 127
Perils of the Isle, The - 177
Phillida Flouts Me - 210
Phillis - 190
Phillis, I can ne'er Forgive it - 233
Ploughboy, The - 304
Poacher's Song, The - 290
Poor Soul sat Sighing, A - 14
Pretty Ploughboy, The - 107
Queen Besses' Dame of Honour - 284
Queen Eleanor was a Sick Woman - 171
Queen Eleanor's Confession - 171
Queen's Jigg, The - 315
Quodling's Delight - 312
Richard of Taunton Dean - 165
Roast Beef of Old England, The - 233
Robin Hood and Little John - 133
Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford - 143
Rosalinda - 202
Rosebuds in June, The - 94
Rule, Britannia - 306
Russell's Triumph - 282
Sally in our Alley - 215, 314
Says Damon to Phillis - 199
Send Home my Long stray'd Eyes to me - 4
Shall I, wasting in Despair - 270
Shepherd sat him under a Thorn, A - 292
Shepherd, saw thou not? - 154
Ship I have got, A - 300
Since first I saw your Face - 260
Since from my dear Astrea's Sight - 168
Since now the World's turn'd Upside Down - 284
Since Phillis swears Inconstancy - 110
Sing a sweet, melodious measure - 144
Sir Eglamore, that Valiant Knight - 232
Sling the Flowing Bowl - 224
Some talk of Alexander - 214
Song of a Wedding, A - 116
Spanish Lady's Love, The - 10, 309
Spotted Cow, The - 124
Spring Song - 136
Spring: a Pastoral - 248
St. George, our Protector - 258
Staines' Morris - 229
Strephon of the Hill - 120
Strike the Viol - 274
Sun from the East, The - 166
Swain in Despair, A - 97
Sweet are the Charms of her I Love - 128
Sweet Nan of the Vale - 286
Sweet Nelly, my Heart's Delight - 226
Sweet Rosy Morning, The - 236
Talk not so much to me of Love - 142
Tell me no more her Eyes - 19
There is Snow on the Mountain - 177
There was a Bonny Blade - 102
There was a Jolly Miller once - 44
There was a Jovial Beggar - 108
There was a Maid went to the Mill - 96
There was a Shepherd's Daughter - 161
There was a Youth - 222
There was an Old Man - 234
There were Three Ravens - 32
There were Three Travellers - 130
Thou calm-ray'd Spring - 135
Though Begging is an Honest Trade - 80
Though your Strangenesse fretts my Heart - 50
Three Ravens, The - 32
Thursday in the Morn - 282
Tippling John - 193
'Tis of a Young Damsel - 106
To a Lady Weeping - 49
To all you Ladies now on Land - 182
To Arms, Jolly Grenadiers - 162
Tobacco's but an Indian Weed - 294
Tom Loves Mary passing well - 18
Tom Tinker's my True Love - 37, 310
Topsails Shiver in the Wind, The - 266
Trust not the Treason of those Smiling Lookes - 30
'Twas down in Cupid's Garden - 302
'Twas on the Morn of sweet May Day - 206
Twelve Hundred Years - 258
Vicar of Bray, The - 220
Virtuous Country Maid - 314
We all to Conqu'ring Beauty Bow - 17
We be Three Poor Mariners - 60
What Booker doth Prognosticate - 254
What shall I do to show how much I love her? - 298
What shall I do? I am undone - 192
When Britain first - 306
When Daisies Pied - 208
When I Survey the World Around - 148
When I was Bound Apprentice - 118
When mighty Roast Beef - 233
When that I was a Little Tiny Boy - 71
When the Chill Sirocco Blows - 13
When the King Enjoys His Own again - 254
Where the Bee Sucks - 41, 310
Wherever I am - 67
While o'erhead the Storm is Howling - 134
Who can Resist my Celia's Charms? - 109
Will Cloris cast her Sun-bright Eye? - 73
Will you hear a Spanish Lady? - 10
Wine and Glory - 272
With Tuneful Pipe and Merry Glee - 76
Woman, Love, and Wine - 278
Woodcutter, The - 174
Ye Birds that Sing Sweetly - 34
Ye Nymphs and Sylvan Gods - 244
Ye Shepherds, give Ear to my Lay - 194
You Gentlemen of England - 276
Young Molly, who Lives at the foot of the Hill - 82
Your Hay it is Mowed - 74
Youth's the Season made for Joys - 92


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Subject: Index: Songs of the British Isles (M Spicker, 1909
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 09 Jan 09 - 12:53 PM

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Songs of the British Isles
A collection of forty popular English, Irish, Scotch and Welsh songs with piano accompaniment
Compiled and edited by Max Spicker (New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1909.)

ENGLISH

The Bailiff's Daughter of Islington - 29
Down Among the Dead Men - 1
Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes! - 26
Early One Morning - 4
Gaily the Troubadour - 8
Hearts of Oak - 10
Here's to the Maiden of Bashful Fifteen - 12
I Will Give You the Keys of Heaven - 14
John Peel - 16
My Lodging Is on the Cold Ground - 18
Sally in Our Alley - 20
Twankydillo - 24
The Vicar of Bray - 22

IRISH

The Girl I Left behind Me - 48
The Harp That Once thro' Tara's Hall - 50
Kate Kearny - 32
Kathleen Mavourneen - 36
Kitty of Coleraine - 34
The Last Rose of Summer - 56
The Little Red Lark - 58
The Minstrel-Boy - 41
My Love's an Arbutus - 44
Oft in the Stilly Night - 46
Tho' the Last Glimpse of Erin - 54
The Widow Malone - 52

SCOTCH

Annie Laurie - 61
Auld Lang Syne - 66
The Blue Bells of Scotland - 80
The Campbells Are Coming - 82
Charlie Is My Darling - 68
Comin' through the Rye - 64
The Land o' the Leal - 84
Leezie Lindsay - 70
Loch Lomond - 72
My Heart Is Sair for Somebody - 75
Robin Adair - 76
Scots Wha Hae - 78
Within a Mile of Edinboro Town - 86

WELSH

All through the Night (Ar hyd y nos) - 88
Men of Harlech (Rhy felgyrch Gwyr Harlech) - 90


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Subject: Index: Assembly Hymn and Song Collection (Hoover)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 09 Jan 09 - 03:10 PM

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The Assembly Hymn and Song Collection
For use in chapel, assembly, convocation or general exercises of schools, normals, colleges, Universities, etc.
Compiled and edited by C. Guy Hoover (Chicago: published by the author, 1912.)

HYMNS—(Part II)

Tune - Composer or Source - No.

Adeste Fideles - Portuguese - 24
All Saints - Cutler - 40
Alma - Webbe - 60
Angel Voices - Sullivan - 42
Antioch - Handel - 50
Ariel - Mason - 118
Austria - Haydn - 98
Autumn - Spanish - 68
Avon - Wilson - 8
Beatitude - Dykes - 97
Belmont - Webbe - 74
Bethany - Mason - 65
Bigelow - Wallace - 28
Boylston - Mason - 77
Bullinger - Bullinger - 21
Canonbury - Schumann - 41
Christmas - Handel - 22
Consolation - Mendelssohn - 55
Coronae - Monk - 47
Coronation - Holden - 75
Creation - Haydn - 5
Crusader's Hymn - German - 20
Dennis - Nageli - 36
Dort - Mason - 126
Doxology - Franc - 10
Duke Street - Hatton - 100
Dundee - Franc - 23
Ein' Feste Burg - Luther - 52
Ellacombe - German - 31
Ellesdie - Mozart - 114
Elmswood - Woodbury - 61
Elton - Maker - 112
Eucharist - Woodbury - 117
Evan - Havergal - 11
Eventide - Monk - 17
Ewing - Ewing - 85
Faben - Wilcox - 49
Federal Street - Oliver - 92
Flemming - Flemming - 32
Folsom - Mozart - 35
Fortress - Luther - 52
Germany - Beethoven - 91
Gloria Patri - Greatorex - 9
Gloria Patri - Meineke - 2
Guidance - Gounod - 45
Hamburg - Gregorian - 103
Haydn - Haydn - 34
Holy Cross - Hastings - 86
Horton - Wortensee - 83
Hursley - Monk - 3
Hymn to Joy - Beethoven - 113
Innocents - Monk - 95
Italian Hymn - Giardini - 1
Jewett - Weber - 84
Laban - Mason - 51
Linwood - Rossini - 72
Louvan - Taylor - 101
Love Divine - Zundel - 4
Lux Benigna - Dykes - 54
Lyons - Haydn - 1
Manoah - Haydn - 12
Marlborough - Sullivan - 48
Materna - Ward - 46
Melita - Dykes - 44
Mendebras - German - 122
Mendelssohn - Mendelssohn - 120
Menden - German - 130
Mercy - Gottschalk - 9
Merrial - Barnby - 56
Methfessel - Methfessel - 105
Missionary Chant - Zuener - 27
Morning Hymn - Barth'm'n - 79
Morning Prayer - Rheinb'g'r - 73
Mozart - Mozart - 94
Wearer Home - Woodbury - 83
Near'r Home - Phillips - 78
Nicaea - Dykes - 2
Nun Danket - Cruger - 59
Old Hundredth - Franc - 10
Olivet - Mason - 63
Paradise - Barnby - 15
Passion Choral - Bach - 87
Pilot - Gould - 89
Pleyel's Hymn - Pleyel - 102
Portuguese Hymn - Portuguese - 57
Rathbun - Conkey - 38
Recessional - Gower - 111
Refuge - Holbrook - 88
Regent Square - Smart - 33
Retreat - Hastings - 64
Salvation - Mozart - 43
Selvin - Mason - 76
Seymour - Weber - 14
Sicilian Mariners - Sicilian - 71
Silent Night - Haydn - 18
Silver Street - Smith - 99
St. Agnes - Dykes - 123
St. Catherine - Walton - 107
St. Colomb - Hoyte - 121
St. Gertrude - Sullivan - 6
St. Leonard - Hiles - 53
St. Stephanos - Bullinger - 21
St. Thomas - Handel - 67
Temple - Bowring - 108
Thatcher - Handel - 115
Toplady - Hastings - 66
Traumerei - Schumann - 81
Trinity - Giardini - 1
Trust - Mendelssohn - 26
Twilight - Sherwin - 58
Uxbridge - Mason - 39
Verdure - Haydn - 104
Vesper Hymn - Stevenson - 116
Vox Angelica - Dykes - 16
Waltham - Calkin - 13
Wareham - Knapp - 146
Webb - Webb - 80
Wellesley - Tourjee - 29
Wir Pflugen - Schulz - 110
Wilmot - Weber - 19
Young - Schumann - 37
Zion - Hastings - 90

First Line or Title - Composer or Source - No.
A charge to keep I have - Mason - 77
Abide with me; fast falls the - Monk - 17
A mighty fortress is our God - Luther - 52
All hail the power of Jesus name - Holden - 75
Angel voices ever singing - Sullivan - 42
Art thou weary? art thou - Bullinger - 21
As pants the wearied hart - Sullivan - 48
As the sun doth daily rise - Monk - 95
Awake, my soul, and with - Barthelemon - 79
Awake, my soul, stretch - Handel - 22
Blest be the tie that binds - Nageli - 36
Brightest and best of the sons - Mozart - 35
But the Lord is mindful of - Mendelssohn - 119
Cast thy burden upon the - Mendelssohn - 106
Come, my soul, thou must be - Haydn - 34
Come, O my soul, in sacred lays - Schumann - 37
Come sound His praise abroad - Smith - 99
Come, Thou Almighty King - Giardini - 1
Come, ye disconsolate - Webbe - 60
Day is dying in the west - Sherwin - 58
Dear Lord and Father of Mankind - Maker - 112
Faintly flow, thou falling river - Spanish - 69
Fairest Lord Jesus, Ruler of all - German - 20
Faith of our fathers! Living still - Walton - 107
Father dear, I fain would thank - Rhein'br - 73
Forever here my nest shall be - Wilson - 8
Forever with the Lord - Woodbury - 82
Forth in Thy name, O Lord, I go - Oliver - 92
From all that dwell below the skies - Mozart - 94
From every stormy wind that - Hastings - 64
From glory unto glory - Hoyle - 121
Glorious things of Thee are spoken - Haydn - 98
Glory be to the Father - Meineke - 2
Glory be to the Father - Greatorex - 9
God is love, His mercy - Beethoven - 113
God of our fathers, known of old - Cower - 111
God of the year, with songs - Beethoven - 91
God shall charge His angel - Mendelssohn - 26
Guide me, O Thou Great Jehovah - Hastings - 90
Hail, Thou once despised Jesus - Spanish - 68
Hail to the Lord's anointed - Mozart - 43
Hark! hark! my soul, angelic voices - Dykes - 16
Hark! the herald angels sing - Mendelssohn - 120
Hark! the vesper hymn is - Stevenson - 116
Hark! what mean those holy voices - Weber - 19
Hear our morning prayer - Unknown - 3
Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty - Dykes - 2
Holy Spirit, faithful guide - Wells - 96
How firm a foundation - Portuguese - 57
If, on the quiet sea - Mason - 76
I love Thy kingdom, Lord - Handel - 67
I love to tell the story - Fischer - 25
In heavenly love abiding - Mendelssohn - 70
In the cross of Christ I glory - Conkey - 38
In the morning I will pray - Gottschalk - 9
In Thy name, O Lord, assembling - Monk - 47
Jerusalem the golden - Ewing - 85
Jesus, and shall it ever be - Oliver - 93
Jesus, I my cross have taken - Mozart - 114
Jesus, Lover of my soul - Holbrook - 88
Jesus, Saviour, pilot me - Gould - 89
Jesus shall reign where'er the - Zuener - 27
Jesus, the very thought of - Hastings - 8
Joy to the world, the Lord is - Handel - 50
Kind words can never die - Hutchinson - 62
Lead, Kindly light, amid the - Dykes - 54
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead - Gounod - 45
Lest we forget - Cower - 111
Let glory be to God on high - Dykes - 44
Lord, bestow on us Thy blessing - Sicilian - 71
Lord, how Thy wonders are - Webb - 74
Lord, I sock Thee - Homier - 8
Lord of all being throned afar - Taylor - 101
Lord, Thee I'll praise with - Calkin - 13
Lord, when my raptured thought - Wallace - 28
Lord, with glowing heart I'd - Flotow - 109
Love divine, all love excelling - Zundel - 4
My faith looks up to Thee - Mason - 63
My God, how endless is Thy - Schumann - 41
My God, my King, Thy various - Rossini - 72
My Jesus, as Thou wilt - Weber - 84
My soul, be on thy guard - Mason - 51
Nearer my God, to Thee - Mason - 65
Now thank we all our God - Cruger - 59
Now the day is over - Barnby - 56
Now the shades of night arc gone - Weber - 14
O come, all ye faithful - Portuguese - 24
O could I speak the matchless - Mason - 118
O day of rest and gladness - Mason - 122
O for a heart to praise my God - Dykes - 97
O God, our help in ages - Franc - 23
O mother dear, Jerusalem - Ward - 46
O paradise, O paradise - Barnby - 15
O praise ye the Lord - Unknown - 4
O sacred head, now wounded - Bach - 87
O worship the King, all Glorious - Haydn - 1
Once more, my soul, the rising - Dykes - 123
One sweetly solemn thought - Phillips - 78
Onward, Christian soldiers - Sullivan - 6
Our father, who art in - Ancient chant - 1
Praise God, from whom all - Franc - 10
Praise my soul, the King of - Smart - 33
Praise the Lord, O my soul - Old chant - 5
Praise the Lord, ye heavens - Wilcox - 49
Praise to God, immortal - Wortensee - 83
Praise ye the Father, for His - Flemming - 32
Praise ye the Father, let all - Gounod - 228
Recessional - Gower - 111
Rock of Ages, cleft for me - Hastings - 66
Silent night, holy night, all is - Haydn - 18
Softly now the light of day - Gottschalk - 10
Soldiers of Christ, arise - Woodbury - 61
Spirit divine, attend our prayers - Anon. - 7
Still, Lord, with thee - Old Chant - 6
Still, still with Thee, when - Mendelssohn - 55
Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour Dear - Monk - 3
The heavens declare Thy glory - Mason - 39
The Lord is my shepherd - Havergal - 11
The morning light is breaking - Webb - 80
The shadows of the evening hour - Hue - 53
The Son of God goes forth to - Culler - 40
The spacious firmament on - Haydn - 5
There's nothing bright above - Bowring - 108
There's a wideness in God's - Tourjee - 29
They who seek the throne of grace - Pleyel - 102
To God, the only wise - Handel - 115
To Thee, my God, my Saviour - German - 31
Triumphant Lord, Thy goodness - Hatton - 100
We feel Thy calm at evening hour - Haydn - 104
We lay us calmly down to - Schumann - 81
We plough the fields, and - Schulz - 110
We three kings of orient are - Old English - 30
With all my powers of heart - Mason - 103
When all Thy mercies, O my God - Haydn - 12
When I survey the wondrous - Woodbury - 117
While shepherds watched - Methfessel - 105

NATIONAL AND PATRIOTIC SONGS—(Part III)

First Line or Title - Composer or Source - No.

America - Arr. by H. Carey - 124
Austrian National Hymn - Haydn - 134
Battle Hymn of the Republic - Old Air - 128
Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean - Shaw - 129
Decoration Day - Geyer - 144
Dixie Land - Emmet - 143
Flag of the Free - Wagner - 132
Flag of a Thousand Battles - Boyd - 147
God Bless Our Native Land - Mason - 126
God Ever Glorious - Lvoff - 145
Great God of Nations - German - 130
Hail Columbia - Phyla - 135
Joy! Joy! Freedom To-day - Anonymous - 149
Keller's American Hymn - Keller - 150
Landing of the Pilgrims - Hemans - 133
Long Live America - Pontius - 131
March of the Men of Harlech - Welsh - 137
Marching Through Georgia - Work - 139
Maryland! My Maryland! - Randall - 127
Marseilles, The - R.de Lisle - 141
Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory - Howe - 128
National Hymn - Warren - 148
O God, Beneath Thy Guiding - Knapp - 146
O Native Land - Reichardt - 142
Old Glory - Mrs. Boyd - 147
Our Native Song - Methfessel - 136
Recessional - Cower - 111
Russian National Hymn - Lvoff, Arr. - 145
Sleep, Comrades, Sleep - Geyer - 144
The Battle Prayer - Renter, Arr. - 138
The Breaking Waves Dashed - Hemans - 133
The Men of Harlech - Welsh National Air - 137
The Red, White, and Blue - Shaw - 129
The Star Spangled Banner - Arnold - 125
The Watch on the Rhine - Wilhelm - 140

PART-SONGS AND CHORUSES—(Part IV)

First Line or Title - Composer or Source - No.

A Cradle Song - Brahms, Arr. - 165
Ah! 'Tis a Dream - Lassen, Arr. - 195
A Spring Song - Pinsuti - 198
All Through the Night - Old Welsh - 185
Annie Laurie - Lady J. Scott - 173
Auf Wiedersehn - Mendelssohn - 201
Auld Lang Syne - Scotch - 177
Beside the Mill - Cluck - 171
Blue Bells of Scotland - Scotch Folksong - 199
Boat Song, The - Weber. Arr. - 207
Bonnie Doon - Scotch Folksong - 191
But the Lord is Mindful of - Mendelssohn - 119
Cast Thy Burden - Mendelssohn - 106
Comin' Thro' the Rye - Scotch - 178
Cradle Song, A - Brahms - 165
Crusaders, The - Pinsuti - 212
Drink to Me Only With Thine - English - 154
Evening Bell - Anonymous - 209
Eventide - Abt - 211
Fairy Moonlight - German - 179
Far Away - Mrs. Bliss - 213
Farewell, O Joyous Sunny - Esser - 158
Farewell to the Forest - Mendelssohn - 180
Farewell to the Woods - German - 172
Flow Gently, Sweet Afton - Spilman - 159
Flowerets Blooming - Schubert - 161
Forsaken - Koschat - 218
Golden Slumbers Kiss Your - Brahms - 164
Good Night, Farewell - Kucken - 187
Good Night, Beloved - Pinsuti - 186
Good Night, Thou Glorious - Smart - 200
Hail to the Queen of Night - German - 179
Hark! Hark the Lark! - Schubert - 196
How can I Leave - Thuringian Folksong - 163
I Dreamt That I Dwelt in - Balfe - 210
I'm a Shepherd of the - German - 174
In the Gloaming Anna - Harrison - 156
Isle of Beauty - Bayly - 170
I Would That My Love - Mendelssohn - 194
Joy! Joy! Freedom To-day - Anonymous - 149
Juanita - Spanish - 155
Kelvin Grove - Scotch Folksong Arr. - 151
Last Night the Nightingale - Kjerulf - 214
Last Rose of Summer - Moore - 216
Loch Lomond - Scotch - 153
Loreley, The - Silcher - 205
Love's Old Sweet Song - Molloy - 184
Mandolinata - Spanish - 233
Murmur, Gentle Lyre - Anonymous - 167
My Old Kentucky Home - Foster - 223
Never a Care I Know - Spanish - 233
Night and Morning - Gounod - 206
Oh, Wert Thou in the - Mendelssohn - 160
Oh, I'm a Happy Creature - Spanish, Arr. - 233
Old Black Joe - Foster - 224
Old Folks at Home - Foster - 222
Once I Saw a Sweetbrier Rose - Werner - 166
Onward, Ever Onward - Farmer - 162
Out on the Deep (Unison song) - Lohr - 208
Praise Ye the Father - Gounod - 228
Pull Away, Brave Boys - Rossini - 215
Quiet Night, The - Abt - 197
Robin Adair - Keppel - 176
Rocked in the Cradle of the - Knight - 175
Scotland's Burning (Round) - Anon. - 231
Schlummerlied - Kucken - 169
Sleep, Baby Sleep - North German - 189
Slumber Song, The - Kuchen - 169
Soft Music is Stealing - German - 193
Soldier's Farewell - Kinkel - 217
Soldier's Chorus from "Faust" - Gounod - 203
Spinning Song - Reinecke - 221
Spring Song, A - Pinsuti - 198
Stars of the Summer Night - Woodbury - 183
Sweet and Low - Barnby - 152
The Bell Doth Toll (Round) - Anon. - 226
The Boat Song - Weber - 207
The Brave Old Oak - Loder - 190
The Crusaders - Pinsuti - 212
The Evening Bell - Anonymous - 209
The Harp that Once thro' Tara's - Moore - 219
The Ivy Green - Griggs - 225
The Last Rose of Summer - Anon. - 216
The Linden Tree - Schubert - 182
The Loreley - Silcher - 205
The Lord is Great - Mendelssohn - 227
The Midshipmite - Adams, - 188
The Old Year - Kloss - 230
The Quiet Night - Abt - 197
The Red Sun is Sinking - Leslie - 229
The Sea King's Bride - Leslie - 202
The Slumber Song - Kucken - 169
The Violet's Fate - Abt - 204
The Wild Rosebud - Schubert - 168
The World is Full of Beauty - Donizetti - 220
There's Music in the Air - Root - 232
To Meet Again - Mendelssohn - 201
Upon the Height - German - 181
Way Down Upon the Sewanee - Foster - 222
When the Swallows Homeward Fly - Abt - 157
Wiegenlied - Brahms - 165
Wind of the Night - Lohr - 192

SCHOOL AND COLLEGE SONGS, YELLS, Etc.—(Part V)

First Line or Title - Composer or Source - No.

A Parody Song - Biedermann - 252
Amici - Student Song - 254
Book Song, Yale - Hirsh - 246
Clear the Way for the - Shanahan - 258
Co-Education - Cole - 244
Eli Yale - Yale Song - 249
Gaudeamus - Old student song - 237
Good Night, Ladies - Old Serenade - 247
Hail and Farewell - Mrs. Bernard - 239
Help it On - Sill - 241
Integer Vitae - Flemming - 243
Krambambuli - Old Student Song - 245
Lauriger Horatius - Old German Air - 248
Litoria - Fr. Old Yale Song - 240
Long Live Our College - From Harvard - 235
Mandolinata - Spanish - 233
Never a Care I Know - Spanish - 233
Neath the Elms (Yale) - German Air - 234
O, I'm a Happy Creature - Spanish - 233
Parody Song - Biederman - 252
Rounds, Toasts, Singing Yells, etc. - - 259-267
Speaky, Spiky, Spoky - Mercersburg Academy - 250
Stars of the Summer Night - Woodbury - 238
Students' Way, The - Anonymous - 242
The Crimson and the Blue - K. U. Song - 255
The Gold and Crimson - S. M. T. N. Song - 257
The Gold and Olive - (Lombard) Dubee - 256
There's Music in the Air - Root - 232
To Drive Dull Care Away - Anonymous - 242
Vale (Eton Song) - Barnby - 253
Valedictory - King - 251
Where, Oh! Where - Harvard Song - 236
Yale Boola Song - Hirsh - 246

SONGS FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS

First Line or Title - Composer or Source - No.

A New Year's Song - Hoyte - 121
A Spring Song - Pinsuli - 198
Brightest and best of the sons of - Mozart - 35
Come All Ye Faithful, O - Portuguese - 24
Farewell to the Forest - Mendelssohn - 180
Farewell to the Woods - German - 172
Farewell, O Joyous Sunny Grove - Esser - 158
From Glory unto Glory - Hoyte - 121
God of the Year - Beethoven - 91
Hail! Thou once despised - Spanish - 68
Hark! the herald angels sing - Mendelssohn - 120
Hark! what means those holy voices - Weber - 19
Joy to the world, the Lord is - Handel - 50
Parting Song for Graduation - Bernard - 239
Silent Night - Haydn - 18
The Brave Old Oak - Loder - 190
The Ivy Green - Griggs - 225
The Old Year - Kloss - 230
The World is Full of Beauty - Donizetti - 220
We Three Kings of the Orient Are - English - 30
While Shepherds Watched - Methfessel - 105


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Subject: Index: Reliquary of English Song, 2 (Potter, 1916)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 09 Jan 09 - 08:57 PM

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Reliquary of English Song, Series Two (1700-1800)
Collected and edited by Frank Hunter Potter (New York: G. Schirmer, 1916.)

Ask if yon damask rose be sweet (Georg Frederic Handel) - 28
At Early Dawn (Thomas Attwood) - 132
Bay of Biscay, O!, The (John Davy) - 124
Black-Eyed Susan (Richard Leveridge) - 4
Blow high, blow low (Charles Dibdin) - 118
Blow, blow, thou winter wind (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 66
By dimpled brook (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 56
Celia, let not pride undo you (John Weldon) - 10
Charming Chloe - 92
Constant Fair, The - 90
Coy, blushing Sylvia, The (Mrs. Plowden) - 134
Damon and Florella (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 68
Daphne (William Defesch) - 32
Diffident Lover, The (Samuel Howard) - 88
Down among the dead men - 24
Drink to me only with thine eyes - 106
Early Horn, The (John Ernest Gaillard) - 16
Faithful Lover, The (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 41
God Save the King (Henry Carey) - 77
Golden slumbers kiss your eyes - 12
Heart of Oak (Dr. William Boyce) - 86
Jockey - 104
Lass that loves a sailor, The (Charles Dibdin) - 116
Lass with the Delicate Air, The (Michael Arne) - 82
Love me little, love me long - 2
Lover's Message, The (John Ernest Gaillard) - 14
Maid's Resolution, The (Richard Leveridge) - 6
My Goddess Celia (George Munro) - 26
No flower that blows (Thomas Linley) - 100
Now Phoebus sinketh in the west (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 36
Pastoral, A (Henry Carey) - 80
Peace, the fairest child of heaven (James Oswald) - 96
Peaceful slumbering on the ocean (Stephen Storace) - 128
Peggy (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 58
Phillis, we don't grieve (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 34
Plausible Lover, The (Henry Carey) - 78
Prithee, Celia (John Weldon) - 8
Roslin Castle (James Oswald) - 94
Rule, Britannia! (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 60
Sally (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 44
Sigh no more, ladies (R. J. S. Stevens) - 130
Softly waft, ye southern breezes (James Hook) - 108
Tar's Sheet Anchor, The (William Reeve) - 126
Thorn, The (William Shield) - 112
Tom Bowling (Charles Dibdin) - 114
Under the greenwood tree (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 51
Vicar of Bray, The - 30
Water parted from the sea (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 48
Wedding-Day, The (James Hook) - 110
When daisies pied (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 46
When forced from dear Hebe to go (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 64
Where the bee sucks (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 74
Why so pale and wan, fond lover? (Thomas Augustine Arne) - 62
With Jockey to the Fair - 98


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Subject: Index: Army Song Book (War Department, 1918)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 09 Jan 09 - 09:26 PM

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Army Song Book
For free distribution to all Officers and Men in the Army
Compiled with the assistance of the National Committee on Army and Navy Camp Music
(Washington: War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities, 1918.)

Abide with Me - 75
All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name - 88
Aloha Oe - 72
America - 2
America, the Beautiful - 12
Annie Laurie - 31
Army Trumpet Calls - 20
Auld Lang Syne - 30
Back Home to Old America - 74
Battle Cry of Freedom - 5
Battle Hymn of the Republic - 3
Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms - 35
Caisson Song - 17
Carry Me Back to Old Virginny - 26
Coast Artillery Song - 18
Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean - 4
Come, Thou Almighty King - 76
Dixie - 25
Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes - 29
Eternal Father, Strong to Save - 84
Flag, The - 37
Garibaldi Hymn, The - 9
Garibaldi Hymn, The (translation) - 90
Giddy Giddap, Go on, Go on - 47
God Save the King (America) - 7
Good Morning, Mr. Zip - 46
Hip! Hip! Hooray! - 51
Holy, Holy, Holy - 77
Home Road, The - 13
How Firm a Foundation - 78
I Need Thee Every Hour - 85
In an Old-Fashioned Town - 56
Indiana - 59
Joan of Arc - 60
Keep the Home Fires Burning - 54
Keep Your Head Down, Fritzie Boy - 50
K-K-K-Katy - 64
La Brabançonne - 8
La Brabançonne (translation) - 90
La Marseillaise - 6
La Marseillaise (translation) - 89
Land of Hope and Glory - 14
Last Long Mile, The - 44
Lead, Kindly Light - 86
Li'l Liza Jane - 63
Little Grey Home in the West - 58
Loch Lomond - 32
Long Boy - 48
Lookout Mountain - 62
Love's Old Sweet Song - 67
Madelon (words only) - 73
March! March! - 10
Men of Harlech - 36
Mother Machree - 65
My Old Kentucky Home - 24
Nearer, My God, to Thee - 79
O God, Our Help in Ages Past - 80
Old Black Joe - 23
Old Oaken Bucket, The - 68
On the Way to France (words only) - 38
Onward, Christian Soldiers - 81
Over There - 39
Pack up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag - 43
Prayer of Thanksgiving - 16
Rise, Crowned with Light - 82
Rock of Ages, Cleft for Me - 87
Roll, Jordan, Roll - 27
Scots Wha Hae Wi' Wallace Bled - 33
Silver Threads among the Gold - 66
Son of God Goes Forth to War, The - 83
Stars and Stripes Forever, The - 42
Star-Spangled Banner, The - 1
Sunshine of Your Smile, The - 61
Swanee River - 22
Sweet Adeline - 71
Sweet and Low - 70
Sweet Geneviève - 69
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - 28
There's a Long, Long Trail - 52
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp - 41
Under the Stars and Stripes - 11
When Johnny Comes Marching Home - 40
When the Great Red Dawn Is Shining - 55
Who Would Not Fight for Freedom - 34
Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula - 72


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Subject: Index: Scotish Songs, Vol. 2. (J Ritson, 1794)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 12 Jan 09 - 12:02 PM

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Scotish [sic] Songs, Vol. 2.
By Joseph Ritson
(London: J. Johnson & J. Egerton, 1794)

[TITLE or First line - Page]
A DIALOGUE BETWEEN WILL LICK-LADLE AND TOM CLEAN-COGUE. - 67
A hoary swain, inur'd to care - 93
About Zule, quhen the wind blew cule - 181
ADAM OF GORDON - 17
As I came in by Achendown - 40
As I was walking all alone - 139
Awa, whigs, awa! - 96
BONNY BARBARA ALLAN - 196
Carl, an the king come - 47
CHARMING HIGHLANDMAN - 106
Clavers, and his highlandmen - 44
Cope sent a challenge from Dunbar - 82
COPE, ARE YOU WAKING YET? - 82
EDWARD, EDWARD - 141
Farewell, ye dungeons dark and strong - 117
FLOWDEN-HILL: OR, FLOWERS OF THE FOREST - 1
FRENNET HALL - 31
GENERAL LESLY'S MARCH TO LONGMASTON MOOR - 37
Gil Morrice was an erles son - 157
GILDEROY - 24
Gilderoy was a bonny boy - 24
GILLICRANKIE - 44
HARDYKNUTE - 144
Here's a health to all brave English lads - 85
HERO AND LEANDER - 198
IN HONOUR OF THE MAYOR OF CARLISLE - 90
It fell about the Martinmas - 17
It was in and about the Martinmas - 196
It was in old times, when trees compos'd rhymes, - 52
I've heard of a lilting at our ewes milking - 1
I've seen the smiling of Fortune beguiling - 111
I've spent my time in rioting - 114
JOHNIE ARMSTRANG - 7
JOHNY FAA, THE GYPSIE LADDY - 176
LEADER HAUGHS AND YARROW - 119
Leander on the bay of Hellespont all naked stood - 198
Let mournful Britons now deplore - 92
Lithe and listen, gentlemen - 129
Little wat ye wha's coming - 54
Liv'd ance twa luvers in yon dale - 192
LORD THOMAS AND FAIR ANNET - 187
Lord Thomas and fair Annet sate a'day on a hill - 187
MACPHERSON'S FAREWELL - 117
MACPHERSON'S LAMENT - 114
March, march, why the deil do ye na march? - 37
Murn ye heighlands, and murn ye leighlands - 14
My Harry was a gallant gay - 109
My love was born in Aberdeen - 89
O listen, gude peopell, to my tale - 166
Oh! how shall I venture, or dare to reveal - 105
Oh! send my Lewis Gordon hame - 106
ON THE ACT OF SUCCESSION - 49
Pray came you here the fight to shun - 67
Quhy dois zour brand sae drop wi' bluid - 141
SHERIFF-MUIR - 56
SIR PATRICK SPENCE - 4
Stately stept he east the wa - 144
STRATHALLAN'S LAMENT - 108
Succession, the trap for our slavery - 49
Sum speiks of lords, sum speiks of lairds - 7
SWEET WILLIAM'S GHOST - 201
THE BATLE OF CORICHIE, ON THE HILL OF FAIR, FOUGHT Oct 28, 1592 - 14
THE BONNY EARL OF MURRAY - 29
The Chevalier, being void of fear - 76
THE CLANS - 85
THE CRUEL KNIGHT - 184
The duke of Gordon has three daughters - 169
THE DUKE OF GORDONS DAUGHTER - 169
The gypsies came to our good lord's gate - 176
THE HAWS OF CROMDALE - 40
THE HEIR OF LINNE - 129
The king sits in Dumferling toune - 4
The knight stands in the stable-door - 184
THE THISTLE AND ROSE - 52
THE WEE WEE MAN - 139
THE WHITE COCKADE - 89
THE YOUNG LAIRD OF OCHILTRIE - 166
There came a ghost to Marg'ret's door - 201
There's some say that we wan - 56
Thickest night, surround my dwelling! - 108
Tho' Geordie reigns in Jamie's stead - 102
TO DAUNTON ME - 112
To daunton me, to daunton me - 112
TRANENT-MUIR - 76
'Twas at the silent, solemn hour - 204
UP AND WAR THEM A', WILLIE - 73
WELCOME, CHARLEY STUART - 99
WHA WILL BAKE, ETC. - 179
Wha will make my bridal bread - 179
When Britain first, at heaven's command - 126
When Frennet castle's ivied walls - 31
When Guilford good our pilot stood - 123
When Phoebus bright the azure skies - 119
When we went to the field of war - 73
WILLIAM AND MARGARET - 204
WILLY AND ANNET - 192
Ye highlands and ye lawlands - 29
Ye warlike men, with tongue and pen - 90
YOUNG WATERS - 181
You're welcome, Charley Stuart - 99


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Subject: Index: Gems of Scottish Songs (1894)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 12 Jan 09 - 02:17 PM

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Gems of Scottish Songs
A collection of the most beautiful Scotch ballads arranged and compiled from the very best sources and latest revivals of the authors' works; revised and enlarged.
[No editor named.]
(Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1894)

Afton Water - 184
A Highland Lad My Love Was Born - 173
And Ye Shall Walk in Silk Attire - 5
Allister Macallister (O) - 14
A Man's a Man for A' That - 64
Annie Laurie - 44
Annie o' the Banks o' Dee - 174
Auld Lang Syne - 50
Auld Robin Gray - 76
Auld Joe Nicolson's Bonnie Nannie - 27
A Wee Bird Cam' - 112
Banks of Allan Water (The) - 118
Barbara Allan - 194
Birks o' Aberfeldy - 93
Blue Bells of Scotland (The) - 69
Blue Bonnets Are over the Border - 120
Boatie Rows (The) - 22
Bonnie Bessie Gray - 166
Bonnie Brave Scotland - 150
Bonnie Charlie - 149
Bonnie Charlie's Noo Awa' - 119
Bonnie Doon - 100
Bonnie Dundee - 172
Bonnie Mary Gray - 156
Bonnie Prince Charlie - 148
Braw, Braw Lads - 9
Braes Aboon Bonaw - 186
Braes o' Balquhither - 67
Broom o' the Cowdenknowes - 83
Bruce's Address - 106
Caller Herrin' - 144
Cam' Ye by Athol - 147
Campbells Are Comin' - 105, 199
Cantie Spring (The) - 200
Castles in the Air - 80
Charlie Is My Darling (O) - 188
Come, Ferry Me O'er - 128
Come o'er the Stream, Charlie - 187
Comin' thro' the Rye - 132
Come under My Plaidie - 138
Corn Rigs - 180
Dainty Davie - 23
Dinna Forget - 160
Doun the Burn, Davie, Love - 155
Dumbarton's Bonny Dell - 121
Duncan Gray - 96
Enchantress, Farewell - 208
Ewe Bughts (The) - 139
Farewell to Lochaber - 211
Fairest Maid on Devon Banks - 197
Flowers of the Forest (The) - 152
For the Sake o' Somebody - 19
Flow Gently Sweet Afton - 183
Galla Water - 9
Get Up and Bar the Door - 192
Gloomy Winter's Noo Awa' - 133
Green Grow the Rashes, O - 25
Had I a Cave - 135
Hail to the Chief - 167
He's Owre the Hills - 4
Here's a Health, Bonnie Scotland - 63
Here's a Health to Ane I Lo'e Dear - 129
Here Awa', There Awa' - 85
Hey, the Bonnie Breist-Knots - 146
Hey, Johnnie Coope - 12
Highland Mary - 79
Highland Minstrel Boy (The) - 58
Huntingtower - 111
Hundred Pipers (The) - 57
I Downa Laugh, I Downa Sing - 109
I Ha'e Laid a Herrin' in Saut - 7
I Heard a Wee Bird Singing - 112
I Loe Na a Laddie but Ane - 154
I'm Owre Young to Marry Yet - 66
I'm Wearin' Awa', Jean - 103
Ingle Side (The) - 41
Is There for Honest Poverty - 64
It Was upon a Lammas Night - 180
Jessie, the Flower o' Dumblane - 191
Jock o' Hazeldean - 62
John Anderson, My Jo - 55
John Anderson's Gane - 113
John Grumlie - 19
John Highlandman - 173
Jolly Beggar (The) - 165
Johnnie Cope - 12
Kelvin Grove - 202
Kenmure's On and Awa' - 137
Kind Robin Lo'es Me - 11
Kinloch of Kinloch - 208
Laird o' Cockpen (The) - 141
Land o' the Leal (The) - 103
Lass o' Gowrie - 101
Lass, Gin Ye Lo'e Me, Tell Me Noo - 7
Lassie wi' the Lint-White Locks - 179
Last May a Braw Wooer - 2
Lea Rig (The) - 210
Lewie Gordon - 130
Lizzy Lindsay - 140
Loch Lomond - 219
Logie o' Buchan - 88
Lord Ronald - 195
Loudon's Bonnie Woods and Braes - 169
Lovely Lass of Inverness - 107
Maggie Lauder - 200
Man o' Airlie - 34
March of the Cameron Men (The) - 36
Mary Morison - 203
Mary o' Argyle - 127
Mary of Castle Cary - 60
Mary Macneil - 104
Mary's Dream - 206
MacGregor's Gathering - 170
Melvil Castle - 110
Moon's on the Lake (The) - 170
My Ain Fireside - 82
My Ain Kind Dearie - 210
My Boy Tammy - 125
My Heart's in the Highlands - 54, 29
My Heart Is a Breaking, Dear Tittie - 18
My Heid Is Like to Rend, Willie - 117
My Love She's but a Lassie Yet - 176
My Luve's like a Red, Red Rose - 30
My Heart Is Sair for Somebody - 19
My Nannie, O - 72
My Native Highland Home - 59
My Wife's a Winsome Wee Thing - 204
Nannie, Wilt Thou Gang with Me? - 158
Neil Gow's Farewell - 99
Of A' the Airts the Wind Can Blaw - 52
O Kenmure's On and Awa' - 137
O Logie o' Buchan - 88
Allister Macallister - 14
O Charlie Is My Darling - 188
O, for Ane-and-Twenty, Tam - 204
O Mary, at Thy Window Be - 131
O Rowan Tree - 71
Oh, Saw Ye the Lass wi' the Bonny Blue E'en - 108
Owre the Water to Charlie - 78
O, Waly, Waly - 151
Oh, Wert Thou in the Cauld Blast - 38
O Whistle, and I'll Come to You - 40
O Whistle, and I'll Come to You - 47
O Weel May the Keel Row - 28
Over the Sea - 142
Pibroch o' Donuil Dhu - 10
Piper o' Dundee (The) - 123
Piper's Daughter (The) - 143
Queen Mary's Escape - 181
Rantin', Rovin' Robin - 3
Robin Adair - 134
Rob Roy McGregor - 97
Rose of Allandale - 196
Roslin Castle - 197
Rothmurchus Rant - 179
Rowan Tree (The) - 71
Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch - 70
Saw Ye Johnnie Comin' - 125
Saw Ye My Wee Thing - 60
Scots Wha Hae wi' Wallace Bled - 106
Scotland Yet - 46
Spinning Wheel - 163
Sweet Afton - 183
Tak' Your Auld Cloak about Ye - 86
Tam Glen - 18
There's Cauld Kail in Aberdeen - 75
There's Nae Luck about the House - 94
There's Nae Room for Twa - 135
There Was a Lad Was Born in Kyle - 3
Thou Hast Left Me Ever, Jamie - 124
To Mary in Heaven - 42
Tullochgorum - 20
Tweed Side - 90
Up in the Morning Early - 205
Waefu' Heart (The) - 201
Wae's Me for Prince Charlie - 97
Wandering Willie - 85
We're A' Noddin' - 217
Wha'll Be King but Charlie - 177
What's a' the Steer Kimmer - 115
Weel May the Keel Row - 28
What Beauties does Flora Disclose - 90
When the Kye Comes Hame - 207
When Ye Gang Awa', Jamie - 111
Whistle, and I'll Come to You - 47
Whistle o'er the Lave o' t - 1
Willie Brewed a Peck o' Maut - 73
Will Ye Gang o'er the Lea Rig - 210
Will Ye Gang to the Ewe-Bughts, Marion - 139
Will Ye Go to the Indies - 140
Will Ye No Come Back Again - 119
Within a Mile o' Edinboro - 32
Woo'd and Married and A' - 216
Yellow-Haired Laddie - 91
Ye Banks and Braes - 100
Year That's Awa' (The) - 185
Young - 213


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Subject: Jubilee and Plantation Songs
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 12 Jan 09 - 11:31 PM

JUBILEE AND PLANTATION SONGS

Characteristic Favorites, as sung by the Hampton students, Jubilee Singers, Fisk University students, and other concert companies.
Also a Number of New and Pleasing Selections.
Copyright 1915 by Fanny S. Haynes.
Oliver Ditson Company, Boston.

All songs with score.

A Few more Years 58
A great Camp-meeting in the Promised Land 64
A little more Faith in Jesus 40
Angels waiting at the Door 42
Been a listening 16
Bright sparkles in the Churchyard 66
Children, we all shall be free 8
Children, you'll be called on 29
Chilly Water 38
Come down, Angels 80
Come, let us all go down 33
Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel? 56
Didn't old Pharoah get lost? 40
Down by the River 44
Dust and Ashes 30
End this War 50
Farewell, my Brother 22
Fighting on, hallelujah 53
From every Graveyard 11
Few more years 58
Getting ready to die 63
Gideon's Band 78
Give me Jesus 13
Go down, Moses 4
Going to ride up in the Chariot 12
Going up 74
Gospel Train 19
Grest Camp-meeting, etc. 64
Hard Trials 39
He's the Lily of the Valley 25
Hold the Light 52
Humble yourself 48
I ain't got weary yet 42
I'm a-rolling 8
I'm going to live with Jesus 45
I'm going to sing all the Way 61
I'm so glad 18
I'm troubled in Mind 57
If you want to see Jesus 14
I've been a listening 16
I must go 59
In the River of Jordan 43
In that great getting-up Morning 68
Is Master going to sell us to-morrow? 51
I want to be ready; or, walk in Jerusalem, etc. 74
I'll hear the Trumpet sound 10
John saw 12
Judgement Day is rolling 'round 34
King Emanuel 7
Keep me from sinking down 15
Listen to the Angels 70
Little more Faith in Jesus 40
Lord's Prayer 80
Many thousand gone 35
March on 28
Mary and Martha 26
My Lord delivered Daniel 24
My Lord's writing all the time 62
My Lord, what a Mourning 72
My Ship's on the Ocean 27
My Way's cloudy 28
Nobody knows the Trouble I've seen 22
Nobody knows the Trouble I see (Second version) 9
Now we take this feeble Body 38
O holy Lord 37
O Redeemed 16
Oh, Sinner, you'd better get ready 46
Oh, then my little Soul's going to shine 6
Oh, wasn't that a wide River? 20
Oh, yes, oh, yes 64
Old Ark a-movin' along 60
Old Sheep done know the Road 6
Old Ship of Zion 18
Over there 57
Peter, go ring them Bells 77
Reign, Master Jesus 36
Religion is a Fortune 24
Ride on, Moses 79
Rise, and shine 47
Rise, Mourners 27
Roll, Jordan, roll 21
Run, Mary, run 23
Run to Jesus 76
Seek, and you shall find 50
Shine, shine 41
Some of these Mornings 54
Steal away 34
Swing low, sweet Chariot 20
Sweet Canaan 62
There's a Meeting here to-night 67
Turn back Pharoah's Army 10
Waiting all the Day 72
Walk in Jerusalem just like John 74
Walk you in the Light 69
Way over Jordan 73
We are walking in the Light 49
We'll die in the Field 4
We'll stand the Storm 17
What kind of Shoes are you going to wear? 3
When the Bridegroom comes 55
Wrestling Jacob 44
You must shun old Satan 76
Zion's Children 36
Zion, weep a-low 70


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Subject: Index: Popular English Ballads, Ancient and Modern
From: raredance
Date: 14 Jan 09 - 12:09 AM

Popular English Ballads, Ancient and Modern

chosen by R Brimley Johnson

1894 (no music)

VOL. I.

Adam Bel, Clym of the Clough, and William of Cloudesle, 114.
Battle of Otterbourne, the, 184.
Blind Beggar's Daughter of Bednall Green, 26.
Bonny Earl of Murray, the, 69.
Bonny lass of Anglesea, the, 191
Brave Earl Brand, the, 144.
Broomfield Hill, the, 230.
Captain Car, or Edom. o' Gordon, 178.
Chevy Chase, 12,
Child Waters, 96
Children in the Wood, the, 84.
Clerk Colvill, or The Mermaid, 194.
Cospatrick, 214.
Cruel Brother, the, 207.
Earl Richard, or The Knight and the Shepherd's Daughter, 103
Edom 0' Gordon, or Captain Car, 178.
Edward, Edward, 79.
Fair Janet, 198.
Fair Helen, 205.
Fair Margaret and Sweet William, 75
Fire of Frendraught, the, 244.
Gipsy Laddie, the, 64.
Glasgerion, 70.
Hugh of Lincoln, 91.
Hunting of the Cheviot, the, 12.
Jock o' the side, 237
Knight and The Shepherd's Daughter, the, or Earl Richard, 103.
Lady Isabel and The Elf-Knight, 196.
Lamkin, 210.
Leoffricus, 58.
Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard, 3.
Lord Thomas and Fair Annet, 52
Mermaid, the, or Clerk Colvill, 194.
Nut-brown Maid, the, 148.
Old Robin of Portingale, 172.
Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne,         161.
Robin Hood's Death and Burial, 146.
Sir Andrew Barton, 38.
Sir Patrick Spence, 94.
There was a Maid came out of Kent, 144.
Three Ravens, the, 1
Twa Sisters, the, 8.
Waly, waly, but love be bonny, 67
Wee, wee man, the, 191.
William and Marjorie, 61.
Young Johnstone, 232.
Young Tam Lin, the, 220
Young Waters, 82.


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Subject: Index: Broadside Black-letter Ballads (1868)
From: raredance
Date: 14 Jan 09 - 12:30 AM

Broadside Black-letter Ballads,
printed in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
Chiefly in the possession of J. Payne Collier

originally published 1868 (reprinted 1968)
Burt Franklin, New York


Two propernue Balletes                 
Letter of a Lover.                        
Prayer of the Prophet Daniel                 
New Guyse nowe a Dayes                 
Thankesgiving for the Queen         
England's Lamentation.                
Epitaphe on,Richard Goodricke         
Cobler of Colchester                        
Ballad on Babbington, etc.                
Fearful and Terrible Example                
Northern Lord                                
Warning to all false Traitors                 
Lamentation of Page's Wife
Lamentation of G. Strangwidge
Complaint of Ulallia
Weaver's Song
Agincourt, the Bowman's Glory
Joyfull Ballad on the Galeazzo
The good Shepeheard
Salomon's Housewife
Story of Ill May-day
Desperate Damsel's Tragedy
Man's Creation, Adam's Fall, etc.
Honor of the Innes of Court
An excellent Medley


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Subject: Index: Songs and Games for Little Ones (Walker,+)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 14 Jan 09 - 12:59 PM

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Songs and Games for Little Ones
By Gertrude Annie Walker and Harriet S. Jenks
(Boston: Oliver Ditson & Company, 1887)

HYMNS.
All the little Sparrows - 10
At Easter Time - 20
Can a little Child like me? - 8
Canst thou count the Stars - 14
Careful Gardener - 9
Children grateful for Meeting - 17
Easter Hymn D. Batchellor. - 18
Easter Hymn E. B. Story. - 19
God is there - 15
God make my Life a little Light - 13
In the pleasant sunny Meadows - 12
Jesus bids us shine - 11
Little Gardens - 17
Little Lambs so white and fair - 9
Morning Hymn - 7
The Birdie's Song - 10
The Morning bright - 15
What the little Things said - 16

SPRING SONGS.
All the Birds have come again - 27
Forget-me-not - 30
May - 33
Oh, the lovely, lovely May - 26
Over the bare Hills, far away - 32
Pussy Willow - 34
See Millions of bright Raindrops - 24
Shower and Flower - 25
The Alder by the River - 28
The Birdies' Ball - 35
The Bluebird - 29
The Daisy - 22
The Song of the Rain - 23
The Violet (O lovely little Violet) - 30
The Violet (Timid blue-eyed Flower) - 22
Two Robin Redbreasts - 31
Weather Song - 21

SUMMER SONGS.
Boat Song - 43
Grasshopper Green - 39
Little white Lily - 37
Out in the Meadows - 42
Run, little Rivulet, run - 36
Summer Song - 38
The Reason why - 41
The Song of the Bee - 40

AUTUMN SONGS.
Come, little Leaves - 44
Good-bye to the Flowers - 45
Thanksgiving Song - 46
Where do all the Daisies go? - 47
Which Way does the Wind blow? - 48

WINTER SONGS.
Chilly little Chickadees - 53
Coasting Song - 54
Little Jack Frost - 50
Little Jack Frost Mrs. S. C. Cornwell. - 51
The little New Year - 55
The Old Year and the New - 56
The Snow - 49
Tiny little Snowflakes - 52
Winter Jewels - 54
Winter Song - 55

CHRISTMAS CAROLS.
A wonderful Tree - 67
Carol, Children, carol - 70
Carol, oh, carol! - 68
Children, can you truly tell? - 71
Come and join our Carol - 66
Joyfully, joyfully - 72
Merry Christmas Bells - 69
Noël, Noël, the Christ is born! - 62
Oh, ring, glad Bells - 58
Shine out, О blessed Star! - 63
Sing, little Children, sing - 64
The Air is filled with the Echoes - 61
The Blessed Day - 57
The First Christmas - 60

MISCELLANEOUS SONGS.
Baby's Lullaby - 74
Birthday Song - 79
Lady Moon - 78
Once there was a little Kitty
Sewing Song - 77
The new Moon - 73
Twinkle, twinkle, little Star - 76
Weaving Song - 78

GOOD-MORNING SONGS.
Good-morning - 82
Good-morning, dear Children - 81
Good-morning, new Day - 81
Good-morning Song - 80

FINGER PLAYS.
Eight white Sheep - 84
Five little Chickadees - 85
Fly, little Birds - 89
In the Branches of a Tree - 87
Little Boy Blue - 83
My Pigeon House - 86
The Family - 89
The little Mice are creeping - 87
The Pigeon Song - 88
Thumbkin says, "I'll dance." - 83

SONGS FOR FIRST AND SECOND GIFTS.
A little Woodpecker am I - 95
Bell high in the Steeple - 94
Bucket Song - 95
Cartwheel Song - 95
Close hidden in my Hand it lies - 94
Go over, come back here - 92
Little Ball, pass along - 96
My Ball lies in its little Bed - 98
Our Balls are going to Bye-low-land - 91
Rainbow Song - 90
The Ball comes round to meet us - 92
The Baker - 96
Up, up in the Sky - 91

GAMES.
A little Game for little Folks - 98
Birdies in the Greenwood - 104
Chasing the Squirrel - 106
Cherries Ripe - 102
Flying Birds - 103
Forming the Ring - 97
Guessing Game - 109
Hare in the Hollow - 105
Hopping Birds - 105
Hop, hop, come Birdies all - 105
In my Hand a Ball I hold - 100
Kitty Cat and the Mouse - 115
Kitty White - 114
Like the Ball we move around - 99
Little Dove, you are welcome - 108
My Ball comes up to meet me - 99
Over and Back - 102
Robin, Robin, Redbreast - 101
Sawing Game - 107
Smelling Game - 109
The Blacksmith - 112
The Cooper - 114
The Farmer - 110
The Mill - 111
The Pendulum - 107
The Shoemaker - 113
The Snail - 108
The Windmill - 106
Tossing Game - 98
When we're playing together - 118

PARTING SONGS.
Parting Song - 116
Our Play is o'er - 117


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Subject: Index: Vagabond Songs and Ballads of Scotland
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 14 Jan 09 - 03:11 PM

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Vagabond Songs and Ballads of Scotland
With Many Old and Familiar Melodies
By Robert Ford
(London: Alexander Gardner, 1899)

Allister M'Allister - 217
Auld Quarry Knowe, The - 154
Auld Scotch Sangs, The - 244
Band o' Shearers, The - 238
Banks o' Sweet Dundee, The* - 77
Bannocks o' Barley Meal - 159
Barrin' o' the Door, The* - 164
Birken Tree, The* - 90
Blinkin' o't, The - 196
Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond, The - 161
Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond (Second Version), The - 163
Bonnie Barbara, O - 133
Bonnie Brier Bush, The - 178
Bonnie Johnnie Lowrie* - 236
Bonnie Lassie's Answer, The - 67
Bonnie Mally Stewart - 207
Bonnie Susie Clelland - 128
Bonnie Wee Window, The - 20
Braes o' Strathblane, The - 76
Brewer Laddie, The - 98
Broon Cloak On, The - 85
Bundle and Go* - 33
Bundle and Go (Second Version) - 35
Burns and His Highland Mary* - 124
Cairn-o'-mount - 108
Carle He Cam' ower the Craft, The - 141
Corunna's Lone Shore - 80
Cronie o' Mine, A - 94
Crook and Plaid, The - 56
Do Ye Mind Lang Syne? - 231
Donal' Blue - 45
Donal' Don - 219
Dottered Auld Carle, The - 142
Dumb, Dumb, Dumb - 30
Duncan M'Callpin - 40
Erin-Go-Bragh* - 47
Ewie wi' the Crookit Horn, The - 87
Farewell to Fiunary - 256
Farfar Sodger, The - 188
Gaberlunzieman, The - 241
Gilderoy - 25
Glenorchy Maid, The* - 147
Glowerowerem - 131
Gouden Vanitee, The - 105
Half-Past Ten - 113
Heather Jock - 143
How Sweet the Ross Blaws - 210
Humble Beggar, The - 227
Humours of Glasgow Fair, The - 198
Irish Schoolmaster, The - 172
Iron Horse, The - 179
Jinkin' You, Jockie Lad - 43
Jockie to the Fair - 92
John o' Badenyon - 49
John o' Badenyon (Second Version) - 52
Jolly Beggar, The - 9
Laird o' Drum, The - 4
Lass o' Glenshee, The - 12
Lass o' Gowrie, The - 230
Lassie wi' the Yellow Coatie - 239
Linten Lowrin - 255
Love Will Find Out the Way - 252
Lovely Molly* - 225
Lowlands of Holland, The - 54
Lubin's Rural Cot* - 212
Lucy's Flittin' - 170
MacGregor's Courtship - 183
Mally Leigh - 210
Mormond Braes* - 204
Mossie and His Mare - 37
My Jo, Janet - 214
My Rolling Eye* - 102
Naebody Comin' To Marry Me - 229
Nancy Dawson - 69
Old King Coul - 167
Pedlar, The - 138
Perthshire Pensioner, The - 191
Piper o' Dumbarton, The - 151
Plaidie Awa', The - 74
Plains o' Waterloo, The* - 59
Queer Folk i' the Shaws, The - 100
Ram o' Bervie, The - 135
Robin Tamson's Smiddy* - 194
Rose-a-Lyndsaye, The - 185
Rosey Anderson - 222
Sir Robert o' Gordonstown - 155
Tak' It, Man, Tak' It* - 14
Tam Frew's Hat - 64
This is the Night My Johnnie Set - 83
Tinkler's Waddin', The* - 1
Wark o' the Weavers, The - 247
Watty and Meg - 115
Weary Farmers, The - 249
Webster o' Brechin's Mare, The - 175
Wee Cooper o' Fife, The - 233
Wee Drappie o't, A - 222
Wee Wifukie, The - 22
We're A' John Tamson's Bairns - 245
What Do You Think o' Me Noo, Kind Sirs? - 127
Where Are You Going, My Pretty, Fair Maid? - 149
Young Jamie Foyers - 18

[*Note: only the songs marked with an asterisk have musical notation in this book.]


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Subject: Index: Merry Songs
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 14 Jan 09 - 08:24 PM

MERRY SONGS

For the School-Room, Summer Normal Schools, Juvenile and Other Classes in Vocal Music, Social Circle, etc., including The Novel Key, Or, The Elements of Vocal Music.
S. C. Hanson, 1889, A. Flanagan Company, Chicago.

America 76
At the Crowning 70
Baby's Gone to Sleep 72
Banner of Victory 86
Battle Hymn of the Republic 112
Brudder Eben 78
Beware 85
Be a Thinker, Not a Dreamer 88
Bugle Song, The 35
By the Noble River's Side 101
Christmas Welcome 63
Climbing the Hill 66
Closing Song 45
Columbia 90
Cowden 33
Farmer Boy, The 94
Forest Beauties 84
First Walk, The 27
Good Advice 21
Glorious Banner 61
God Is Everywhere 64
Golden Side, The 30
Guide Me 74
Gaudeamus 75
Hail Columbia 104
Haste, Schoolmates, Haste 29
Hear Our Pleading 60
I'll Try 51
I's a Gwine Back Souf 99
I'm a Millionaire 76
Jesus Only 33
Jonathan's Tea Party 111
Joyous Summer Day, The 81
June 34
Keeping Time 54
Learn a Little Every Day 39
Little-hearted Man 92
Life Is What We Make It 44
Lord's Prayer, The 43
Merry Rain 18
Merry Songs 19
Music Everywhere 53
My Lady Sleeps 93
May 67
Mighty Storm King 96
Morning Song 80
Now Is the Time to Be Busy 91
Novel Key 3
Nobody Seems to Know 40
Our American Boy 20
Oh, Give Me a Home By the Sea 50
On the Sunny Side 100
Our Flag Is There 116
Red, White and Blue 114
Return of the Flowers 25
Remember Him Now 80
Snow Flakes 17
Spring and Summer 23
Song of Nature 68
Smile When You Can 31
Scattering Seed 36
Sweet Summer's Gone Away 48
Sweet Sabbath Eve 95
Sing to Me, Mother 62
Soft Flowing River 69
San Joaquin 83
Star Spangled Banner 107
They Come No More 26
Travelling the High Road to Learning 47
Tirolee 49
Teach Us Something New Today 82
Thy Will Be Done 69
Those Evening Bells 58
Uncle Sam's School 37
Vacation Is Over 65
Village Band, The 87
When We Are Women and Men 28
Winter Winds 38
Weary Work 52
We Come 57
Where Is the Lazy Scholar 59
We Are Pressing On 71
Worker's March, The 42
Whistle Guard, The 46
Yankee Doodle 109


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Subject: Index: Songs of the Soul No. 2
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 14 Jan 09 - 09:23 PM

SONGS OF THE SOUL No. 2

Fpr Use in Sunday Evening Congregations, Revivals, Camp-Meetings, Social Services and Young People's Meetings.
Edited James M. Black, 1896,
Curts & Jennings, Cincinnati, etc.
[Some unpaged gospel song inserts bound in by publisher at back of book].

[Noteworthy for "When the Saints Are Marching In" by Katherine E. Purvis, music James M. Black, and "When the Roll Is called Up Yonder" by E. M. J. and James M. Black, and some others that became standards.]

A Charge to Keep 47
All Along the Way 56
Alas! and Did My Savior Bleed 74
All Hail the Power 84
Am I a Soldier? 94
Answer Yes to the Spirit 16
Are You Washed in the Blood? 11
Awake, My Soul 33
Behold the Savior 75
Blest be the Tie [that Binds] 82
Blessed Assurance 49
Building Day by Day 30
Christ Is Mine 12
Come, Holy Spirit 66
Come, Holy Spirit, Come 70
Come, Holy Ghost 76
Come, Let Us Tune Our Loftiest Song 79
Come, Sinners 81
Come, Ye Sinners 85
Come, Humble Sunner 88
Come, Let Us Who in Christ 96
Come, Ye that Love the Savior's 97
Come, Ye that Love the Lord 55
Drinking at the Fountain 43
For the Sake of Jesus 2
Forever Here My Rest 86
From All that Dwell 100
Gloria Patri 61
God Is Calling Yet 6
Go Forth, Ye Heralds! 78
Grace, 'tis a Charming Sound 72
He Saves Me, Hallelujah! 9
Hiding, Safely Hiding 18
How Precious Is the Book 77
Ho! Every One 63
I Am Trusting, Lord, in Thee 21
I Cling to Thee 46
I'm Not Ashamed 95
I Know that My Redeemer 80
In the Shadow of His Wings 7
Jesus Is Passing This Way 10
Jesus Is Mine 31
Jesus, We Come to Thee 27
Jesus, Great Shepherd 89
Jesus, Thine All Victorious Love 93
Jesus, Pilot Me 41
Just As I Am 62
Let the Blessed Savior In 58
Lend a Hand 22
Let the Sunshine In 23
Let In the Light 52
Let Worldly Minds 68
Living in Canaan Now 24
Loyalty to Christ 32
Lord, I Believe 67
More about Jesus 4
More Love to Thee, O Christ 57
My Country, 't is of Thee 83
My Soul, Be on Thy Guard 73
My Times Are in Thy Hand 71
O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing 1
O for that Flame 65
O for a Heart to Praise 87
O What Amazing Words 91
On the Arm of Jesus Leaning 39
Praise God 98
Return, O Wanderer 92
Saved, Glory to Jesus 35
Seeking His Own 3
Sunlight All the Way 42
Some Sweet Day 5
The Shadow of the Rock 19
The Light Brightly Beamed 17
The Glad, Glad News 20
The Tried and True 26
Tell the Sweet Story 30
The City of the King 34
The Savior Calls Today 44
There's a Cleansing in the Precious Blood 45
The Brother Calls to Thee 54
There Is a Fountain 60
There Is a Land 69
This Note Shall Swell 99
Though Your Sins Be as Scarlet 29
Trust and Obey 8
Unsaved 13
Unsearchable Riches 53
Vale of Beulah 15
Walk in the Light 90
Walk Beside Me 28
What a Gathering that Will Be 14
We'll Never Say Good-bye 50
While Live Prolongs 64
When the Saints Are Marching In 59
Wonderful Love of Jesus 51
Wondrously Redeemed 48
When the Roll Is Called [up Yonder] 40 [E. M. J, music by James M. Black]
Wonderful Peace 25
Why Not Come to Jesus? 38

Unpaged inserts, bound in at back of book by publisher:

Living in the Bright Sunshine
He Is So Good to Me
Come to Him Now
Will You Give All to Jesus
Some Happy Day [L. F. Jackson and C. F. Green]
The Lamb of God
Singing Today
A Light that Is Shining for You


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Subject: Index: The Besom Maker & Other Country Folk Songs
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 15 Jan 09 - 01:40 PM

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The Besom Maker & Other Country Folk Songs
Collected and Illustrated by Heywood Sumner
(London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1888)

[This little book contains some lovely engravings (or are they woodcuts?).]

Forty Dukes a-Riding – 19
God Speed the Plough – 5
Hobblety Bobblety How Now – 15
My Johnnie Was a Shoemaker – 11
The Besom Maker – 1
The Jolly Ploughboy – 23
The Reaphook & The Sickle – 13
The Two Young Men of Kenilworth – 17
The Wassail Song - 9


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Subject: Index: Old English Popular Music, Vol. 1 (Chappell
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 15 Jan 09 - 10:28 PM

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Old English Popular Music, Vol. 1
By William Chappell
A new edition with a preface and notes, and the earlier examples entirely revised by Harry Ellis Wooldridge.
(London: Chappell & Co. and Macmillan & Co. 1893)

THE EARLIER POPULAR MUSIC.
Ah! the Sighs - 35
Blow thy horn, hunter - 39
By a bank as I lay - 46
Cull to me the Rushes Green - 38
I have been a foster - 50
I loathe that I did love - 52
Now Robin, lend to me thy bow - 53
Nowell, Nowell - 30
Pastime with good Company - 42
Sumer is icumen in - 10
The Song of Agincourt - 25
Western Wind - 37, 38
Whereto should I express - 45

THE EARLIER BALLADS.
All in a garden green - 79, 81
Calino casturame - 84
Come live with me, and be my love - 123
Come o'er the bourne, Bessy - 121
Come, Shepherds, deck your heads - 168, 169
Cramp, The - 143
Daphne - 150
Daphne and Corydon - 157
Dulcina - 160, 162
Essex's last good night - 132
Fairest nymph the valleys, The - 170
Fortune - 76
Gather ye rosebuds - 196
Go from my window - 146
Gray's Inn Masque, or Mad Tom, or New Mad Tom of Bedlam - 179
Hanskin, or Jog on - 159
Heart's-ease - 97, 98
Hey, then up go we - 204
How can the tree - 72
Hunt is up, The - 86
Hunter in his career, The; or Basse's Career - 198
I have house and land in Kent - 138
I have waked the winter's nights - 174
I live not where I love - 200
I'll never love thee more - 190
In sad and ashy weeds - 156
It was a lover and his lass - 114
John Dory - 93
Leaves be green, The; or Browning - 154
Light o' love - 82
Lord Willoughby, or Lord Willoughby's march, or Lord Willoughby's welcome home - 152
Loth to depart - 102
Love will find out the way - 189
Malt's come down - 151
Martin said to his man - 140
My little pretty one - 71
My Robin is to the greenwood gone, or Bonny sweet Robin - 153
Newcastle - 188
Noble Shirve, The - 126
Now the spring is come - 194
O Death, rock me asleep - 111
O Mistress mine - 103, 105
Of all the birds - 141
Once I loved a maiden fair - 201
Remember, О thou man - 144
Rosamond - 163, 165
Row well, ye mariners - 127
Shall I wasting in despair - 202
Shepherd, saw thou not, or Crimson Velvet - 166
Shepherd's joy, The; or Bara Fostus dream - 148
Sick, sick - 73, 74
Since first I saw your face - 129
Spanish Gipsy, The - 186
There were three Ravens - 75
Three merry men - 197
Tom a Bedlam - 175
Troy Town - 183
Up, tails all - 149
Vive le Roy - 209
Walking in a country town - 117
Walsingham - 69
We be soldiers three - 133
We be three poor mariners - 134
Wedding of the frog and mouse, The - 142
Well-a-day - 130
What if a day - 100
When as the Greeks did enterprise - 184
When Phoebus addrest - 172
When the king enjoys his own again - 210
Who liveth so merry - 137
Whoop, do me no harm, good man - 96
Willow, willow - 106
Willy and Cuddy - 158
With my flock as walked I - 116
Woods so wild, The - 119
Yonder comes a courteous Knight - 136

DANCE TUNES.
Dance tune circ. 1260 - 215

EARLIER SIXTEENTH-CENTURY DANCE MUSIC.
Hornepype, A - 218
My Lady Carey's Dumpe - 222
Poor man's Dump - 221
The Crooke - 220

LATER SIXTEENTH-CENTURY DANCE TUNES.
All flowers of the broom - 236
Barley Break - 270
Canst thou not hit it - 249
Carman's whistle, The - 253
Chirping of the lark, The - 277
Cobbler's Jig, The - 279
Dargison - 230
Frog Galliard, The - 274
Gipsies' Round, The - 255
Green Sleeves - 239
John, come kiss me now - 268
La Volta - 232
Lusty Gallant - 234
Mall Peatley - 278
Mall Sims - 261
Nancy, or Sir Edward Noel's Delight, or All you that love good fellows - 262
Packington's Pound - 259
Paul's Wharf - 266
Peg-a-Ramsey - 248
Pretty Nancy - 234
Quodling's Delight - 276
Robin Hood - 273
Rogero - 231
Sellenger's Round, or the Beginning of the World - 256
Shaking of the sheets, The - 228
Spanish Pavan, The - 251
Staines Morris - 243
Trenchmore - 224, 225
Turkeylony - 237
Wanton Season - 272
Watkin's Ale - 265
Wigmore's Galliard - 250
Wolsey's Wild - 267

EARLIER SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY DANCE TUNES.
Beggar boy, The - 307
Boatman - 308
Bobbing Joe - 312
Cuckolds all a row - 306
Fain I would - 293
Friar and the nun, The - 286
Gathering peascods - 301
Glory of the North, The - 323
Glory of the West, The - 323
Half Hannikin - 302
Have at thy coat old woman, or Stand thy ground old Harry - 311
Health to Betty, A - 320
Health, The - 313
Hyde Park - 314
Joan Sanderson, or the Cushion Dance - 287
Lady lie near me - 319
London gentlewoman, The; or the Hemp-dresser - 297
Lull me beyond thee - 320
Maid peeped out at the window, The; or the Friar in the well - 296
Merry, merry milkmaids, The - 290
Millfield - 293
Nonesuch, or À la mode de France - 322
Old Simon the king - 280
Parthenia - 295
Paul's steeple, or I am the Duke of Norfolk - 282
Pepper's black - 290
Prince Rupert's March - 317
Room for company - 316
Shepherd's daughter, The - 289
Stingo, or the Oil of Barley, or Cold and Raw - 298
Tom Tinker - 310
Trip and go - 309
Under and over - 304
Upon a summer's day - 318
Who list to lead a soldier's life - 303


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Subject: Index: Manx National Songs (W. H. Gill, 1896)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 16 Jan 09 - 12:13 AM

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Manx National Songs
With English words, selected from the ms. collection of the Deemster Gill, Dr. J. Clague, & W. H. Gill, and arranged
By W. H. Gill
(London: Boosey & Co., 1896)

ENGLISH TITLE - AUTHOR OF ENGLISH WORDS - MANX TITLE OF AIR - PAGE
As I went out one morning clear - Emil Ingram - - 84
Autumn Song, An - Edw. Oxenford - - 134
Battle of Santwat, The - A. P. Graves - - 128
Cruise of the "Tiger", The - A. P. Graves - Marrinys yn Tiger - 4
Cutting of the Turf, The - Edw. Oxenford - Hie mee stiagh dhys thie bentreoghe - 136
Dear sweet little Mann - Hugh Stowell - Yn Unnysup - 68
Deemster's Daughter, The - Charles Dalmon - Yn guilley dy roie - 132
Elian Vannin - Eliza Craven Green - - 70
Fair Maids of Mann - A. P. Graves - Callin veg Dhoan - 41
Fairies' Dance, The - Edw. Oxenford - Juan ó jaggad Keear - 12(>
False Isabel - E. Crabb - Isbal Foalsey - 75
Good Old Way, The - - - 61
Gwendolen - Charles Dalmon - Sooree - 118
Happy as a King - W. H. Gill - Yn Oabbyr-vwyllin - 140
Harvest of the Sea, The - W. H. Gill - Eaisht oo as Clashtyn - 144
Heroes all! Row slowly shoreward - E. Crabb - My hene wooinney veen - 86
Home - Emil Ingram - Moghrey laa Boaldyn - 96
Hunt the Wren - Traditional - - 62
Hush, little Darling - Emil Ingram - Ushag veg ruy ny moaney dhoo - 8
Hush, my Dear, lie still and slumber - Dr. Watts - Arrane ny Clean - 56
I saw thee weep - Byron - - 40
Illiam Dhoan, No. 1. - E. Crabb - Baase Illiam Dhoan - 22
Illiam Dhoan, No. 2. - A. P. Graves - Drogh Vraane - 112
King of the Sea, The - T. Fred. Gill - Yn Colbagh Breck er Sthrap - 47
Lament of the Duchess of Gloucester - A. P. Graves - - 24
Love's Flight - Edw. Oxenford - Hie my graih shaghey - 130
Maid of Port y Shee, The - W. H. Gill - Yn Colbagh Breck er Sthrap - 98
Manx Exile, The - Edw. Oxenford - - 138
Manx Wedding, A - W. H. Gill - Car y Phoosee - 104
Manxman and the King, The - T. E. Brown - - 90
Manxmen we'll remain - A. P. Graves - Skeeyl-y-Vridey - 44
Mylecharane - W. H. Gill - - 34
O hush thee, my Babie - Sir Walter Scott - Arrane ny Clean - 76
O, what if the Fowler my Blackbird has taken - Charles Dalmon - - 115
Orry the Dane - Martin F. Tupper - O Sheign Dooin - 78
Parting Hour, The - A. P. Graves - Òà traa gholl thie - 54
Ploughman's Song, The - W. H. Gill - Arrane ny guilley-hesheree - 122
Ramsey Town - E. Crabb - - 93
Rival Cockades, The - W. H. Gill - Tappaghyn Jiargey - 72
Robin and Betsy - A. P. Graves - - 28
She answered me quite modestly - Emil Ingram - - 103
She sang to her Spinet - A. P. Graves - - 18
Sheep under the Snow, The - W. H. Gill - Ny Kirree fo Niaghtey - 1
Song on Farmers' Daughters, A; No. 1. - J. Quirk - Sooree - 20
Song on Farmers' Daughters, A; No. 2. - J. Quirk - Êiark Catriney marroo - 88
Thurot - E. Crabb - Thurot as Elliott - 50
Two Lovers - A. P. Graves - - 31
We watched her breathing through the night - Hood - - 83
We'd better wait a while, my Dear - E. Crabb - My Graih, nagh share dyn farraghtyn? - 67
When Maggy gangs away - James Hogg - - 120
Wreck of the Herring Fleet, The - A. P. Graves - Arrane mysh ny Baatyn-sked-dan - 10


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Subject: Index: One Hundred Folk-songs from Many Countries
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 17 Jan 09 - 03:10 PM

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One Hundred Folk-songs from Many Countries
Selected, edited and arranged by Henry F. Gilbert
(Boston: C. C. Birchard & Company, 1910)

ENGLAND
A Hunting We Will Go - 7
British Grenadiers, The - 12
Cobbler Laddie, The - 15
Cold Blows the Wind, Sweetheart - 8
Cornish May Song, The - 9
Little Bingo - 6
Sprig of Thyme, The - 5
Tailor and the Mouse, The - 14
Vicar of Bray, The - 10
О! Dear, What Can the Matter Be - 13

SCOTLAND
Auld Lang Syne - 23
Bonnie Dundee - 17
Campbells Are Comin', The, - 20
Comin' thro' the Rye - 19
Highland Lad, A - 16
Loch Lomond - 18
Scots Wha Hae wi' Wallace Bled - 22
Skye Boat Song - 21

WALES
All thro' the Night - 24
Ash Grove, The - 25
Gwenllian - 26
Hunting the Hare - 27

IRELAND
Avenging and Bright - 28
Brien the Brave (Air: Molly Macalpin) - 34
Father O'Flynn (Air: Top o' the Cork Road) - 32
Harp That Once Thro' Tara's Halls, The (Air: Gramachree) - 31
Minstrel Boy, The (Air: The Moreen) - 35
My Love's an Arbutus - 29
Trainona (Petrie Coll. No. 26) - 36
Wild Boy, The - 30

FRANCE
Ancient Bourée from Auvergne (Bourée du Mont Doré) - 42
Birth of Christ, The (La Naissance du Christ) - 38
Duke Marlborough (Marlbrough s'en va-t-en guerre) - 40
March of the Kings (Marcho dei Rei) - 45
Monsieur de la Palisse - 44
Orange Tree, The (La Marchande d'Oranges) - 43
Storm, The (L'orage) - 41
Sun Dial, The (Plus ne suis ce que j'ai été.) - 37

GERMANY
Back in the Time When My Grandfather Wed (Das Grossvaterlied) - 54
Bavarian Song (Vom Scheib'nschiessen) - 52
Cavalry Song (Reiterlied) - 50
Fair Is the Summer (Schön ist der Sommer) - 53
Hemlock Tree, The (Der Tannenbaum) - 50
May Breezes ('s Mailüfterl) - 48
Parting (Drei Reiter am Thore) - 51
Sandman, The (Sandmännchen) - 46
Song of the Fieldmarshal (Der Feldmarschall) - 47

ITALY
Antonia (La Ricciolella) - 58
Idle Hours (Vo'altre putele che se'da Maridar) - 59
Luisella's Garden (La Luisella) - 64
Off to the War (A la guerra) - 60
Sailing at Napoli (Ti voglio bene assai) - 56
Santa Lucia - 63
Tic-e-tic-e-toc - 55
Venetian Barcarolle - 62

SPAIN
Cachucha, La - 68
Contrabandista, The - 66
Serenade (Rosario) - 72
Songs from the Pyrenees - 70
Spanish Gipsy, The (En elespejo de tu mirada Niña) - 69

PORTUGAL
Dom Miguel (Cantata a Dam Miguel I) - 73

SWEDEN
Ancient March from Dalecarlia - 75
Necken Polka - 74
Vermeland - 76

NORWAY
Home Forever (Her Hjemme) - 77
Miller's Daughter, The (Mollervisen) - 78
Saeter Song, The (Hjemreise fra Saeteren) - 79

ISLE OF MAN
Sheep in the Snow, The (Ny kirree Fo-Sniaghtey) - 80

DENMARK
Dance Song from Jutland (Go Javten, Go Javten) - 82
Ole and Christine (Møen paa Baalet) - 83
Two King's Daughters, The (De to Kongedøttre) - 81

RUSSIA
Gipsy Wooing, A (Die Werbung: Zigeunerlied) - 91
Hare and Hounds (Oï zа gаеm, gаem) - 89
Katinka - 89
Moscow Gipsy Song - 88
Mother Volga (Vniz po Matuschki po Volgi) - 92
Scarlet Sarafan, The - 83
Troika (Three-in-hand) - 87
Winter (Petrusia) - 86
Woe Is Me (Edlitchka Coll. No. 1) - 90

BOHEMIA
Ancient Chant of the Taborites - 93
Rustic Dance (Berggreen Coll. VIII-87) - 94

CHINA
Jasmine Flower, The (Moo-lee-wah) - 94

HUNGARY
Gipsy Forge, The (Csillag elég ragyog) - 96
Questions and Answers (Bognár No. 8) - 95

POLAND
Mazurka - 98
National Song - 97

CROATIA
Homeward Way, The (Vse mine) - 99

SONGS OF THE SEA
Block Island Song - 103
Lowlands - 104
Reuben Ranzo (Hauling Chanty) - 102
Sailor, The (In Berlin sagt'er) - 102
Yo! Heave Ho! - 100

AMERICA
Dixie - 110
Go Down, Moses - 108
Indian Song - 111
My Old Kentucky Home - 106
Old Folks at Home - 107
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - 109
Yankee Doodle - 105


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Subject: Index: English Traditional Songs and Carols
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 17 Jan 09 - 03:13 PM

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English Traditional Songs and Carols
Collected and edited, with annotations and pianoforte accompaniments,
By Lucy E. Broadwood
(London: Boosey & Co., 1908)

TITLE - COUNTY - PAGE
Abdication (Boney's) - Sussex - 34
Ages of Man (The) - Sussex - 20
Banstead Downs - Sussex - 32
Bedfordshire May-Day Carol - Bedfordshire - 84
Belfast Mountains - Sussex - 36
Bold Pedlar and Robin Hood (The) - Sussex - 4
Boney's Lamentation - Sussex - 34
Brisk young Lad, he courted me (A) - North Lincolnshire - 92
Brisk young lively Lad (The) - Surrey - 72
Bristol Town - Sussex - 10
Cold blows the Wind - North Devonshire - 54
Constant Farmer's Son (The) - Sussex - 28
Death and the Lady - Sussex - 40
Died of Love - North Lincolnshire - 92
Duke of Marlborough (The) - Sussex - 22
Gallant Poachers (The) - Sussex - 2
Georgie - Sussex - 32
Gibson, Wilson, and Johnson - Sussex - 42
Hampshire Mummers' Christmas Carol - Hampshire - 78
Henry Martin - Sussex - 30
How cold the Winds do blow - Surrey - 50, 52
I must live all alone - Sussex - 16
Irish Girl (The) - Surrey - 60
King Henry, my Son - Cumberland - 96
King Pharaoh (Gypsy Christmas Carol) - Sussex and Surrey - 74
Little Lowland Maid (The) - Surrey - 66
Lost Lady found (The) - Lincolnshire - 86
Merchant's Daughter (The) - Sussex - 28
Moon shines bright (The) (Christmas Carol) - Sussex and Surrey - 76
New Irish Girl (The) - Surrey - 60
Oh, the Trees are getting high - Surrey - 56
Oh, Yarmouth is a pretty Town - Sussex - 102
Our Ship she lies in Harbour - Surrey - 58
Poor murdered Woman (The) - Surrey - 70
Rich Nobleman and his Daughter (The) - Surrey - 68
Rosetta and her gay Ploughboy - Sussex - 18
Salt Seas - Sussex - 30
Some Rival has stolen my true Love away - Surrey - 108
Sussex Mummers' Christmas Carol (The) - Sussex - 80
Three Butchers (The) - Sussex - 42
Through Moorfields - Sussex - 6
Travel the Country round - Sussex - 100
Two affectionate Lovers (The) - Sussex - 38
Unquiet Grave (The) - North Devonshire - 54
Unquiet Grave (The) - Surrey - 50,52
Valiant Lady (The) - Surrey - 72
Van Diemen's Land - Sussex - 2
Wealthy Farmer's Son (The) - Sussex - 26
Young Servant Man (The) - Sussex - 38

FIRST LINE - PAGE
A brisk young lad came courting me - 92
A story I will tell to you - 42
Abroad as I was walking - 60
All on the Belfast Mountains - 36
As I rode over Banstead Downs - 32
As I was a-walking one morning by chance - 16
Attend, you sons of high renown - 34
Cold blows the wind - 54
Come all you gallant poachers - 2
Come all you pretty fair maids - 26
Fair lady, throw those costly robes aside - 40
How cold the winds do blow - 50, 52
I am a jovial ranger - 100
In Bristol Town, as I have heard tell - 10
In prime of years, when I was young - 20
It was Hankey, the Squire - 70
It's of a brisk young lively lad - 72
It's of a damsel both fair and handsome - 38
It's of a merchant's daughter - 28
It's of a pretty sailor lad - 66
It's of a rich nobleman - 68
I've been rambling all the night - 84
King Pharaoh sat a-musing - 74
Oh, the moon shines bright - 76
Oh, the trees are getting high - 56
Oh, where have you been wandering - 96
Oh, Yarmouth is a pretty town - 102
Our ship she lies in harbour - 58
Some rival has stolen my true love away - 108
There chanced to be a pedlar bold - 4
There is six good days all in the week - 78
There were three brothers in merry Scotland - 30
Through Moorfields and to Bedlam I went - 6
'Twas down in a valley a fair maid did dwell - 86
When righteous Joseph wedded was - 80
You constant lovers, give attention - 18
You generals all, and champions bold - 22


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Subject: Index: One Hundred English Folksongs (Cecil Sharp)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 17 Jan 09 - 05:19 PM

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One Hundred English Folksongs
Edited by Cecil James Sharp
(Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1916)

BALLADS
1. Henry Martin - 1
2. Bruton Town - 4
3. The Knight and the Shepherd's Daughter - 6
4. Robin Hood and the Tanner - 8
5. The Wraggle Taggle Gipsies, O! - 13
6. Lord Bateman - 17
7. Barbara Ellen - 20
8. Little Sir Hugh - 22
9. Geordie - 24
10. Lady Maisry - 26
11. The Outlandish Knight - 29
12. The Coasts of High Barbary - 32
13. The Cruel Mother - 35
14. The Golden Vanity - 36
15. Lord Thomas of Winesberry - 38
16. The Green Wedding - 40
17. The Briery Bush - 42
18. Lord Rendal - 44
19. Blow away the Morning Dew - 46
20. The Two Magicians - 48
21. The Duke of Bedford - 50
22. Death and the Lady - 52
23. The Low, Low Lands of Holland - 54
24. The Unquiet Grave, or Cold blows the wind - 56
25. The trees they do grow high - 58
26. Lord Lovel - 60
27. False Lamkin - 62
28. Lord Thomas and Fair Ellinor - 65
29. The Death of Queen Jane - 68

SONGS
30. Farewell, Nancy - 70
31. Sweet Kitty - 72
32. The Crystal Spring - 74
33. The Seeds of Love - 76
34. The Sprig of Thyme - 79
35. The Cuckoo - 82
36. Blackbirds and Thrushes - 84
37. The Drowned Lover - 86
38. The Sign of the Bonny Blue Bell - 88
39. O Waly, Waly - 90
40. Green Bushes - 92
41. Bedlam - 94
42. The Bold Fisherman - 96
43. The Rambling Sailor - 98
44. Dabbling in the Dew - 100
45. The Saucy Sailor - 102
46. Fanny Blair - 104
47. Arise, arise - 106
48. Searching for Lambs - 108
49. Green Broom - 110
50. The Bonny Lighter-Boy - 112
51. The Sweet Primeroses - 114
52. My Bonny, Bonny Boy - 116
53a. As I walked through the meadows. (First Version) - 120
53b. As I walked through the meadows. (Second Version) - 122
54. Erin's Lovely Home - 124
55. The True Lover's Farewell - 126
56. High Germany - 127
57. Sweet Lovely Joan - 130
58. My Boy Willie - 132
59. Whistle, Daughter, Whistle - 134
60. Mowing the Barley - 136
61. I'm Seventeen come Sunday - 138
62. The Lark in the Morn - 141
63. Hares on the Mountains - 142
64. O Sally, my dear - 144
65. Gently, Johnny, my Jingalo - 146
66. The Keys of Canterbury - 148
67. My Man John - 150
68. O No, John! - 154
69. The Brisk Young Bachelor - 156
70. Ruggleton's Daughter of Iero - 158
71. William Taylor - 160
72. Sweet William - 162
73. The Watchet Sailor - 164
74. Scarborough Fair - 167
75. Brimbledon Fair, or Young Ramble-Away - 170
76. Bridgwater Fair - 172
77. The Crabfish - 174
78. The Beggar - 176
79. The Keeper - 178
80. The Three Sons - 180
81. Jack Hall - 182
82. Driving away at the Smoothing Iron - 184
83. The Robber - 187
84. John Barleycorn - 190
85. Poor Old Horse - 196
86. Botany Bay - 198
87. Admiral Benbow - 200
88. Bold Nelson's Praise - 202
89. Spanish Ladies - 205
90. The Ship in Distress - 208
91. Come all you worthy Christian men - 212
92. Wassail Song - 214
93. It's a rosebud in June - 217
94. A Brisk Young Sailor - 220
95. The Sheep-Shearing - 222

ACCUMULATIVE
96. The Twelve Days of Christmas - 224
97. The Ten Commandments - 226
98. The Tree in the Wood - 230
99. The Barley-Mow - 232
100. One man shall mow my meadow - 235


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Subject: Index: Hampton Series Negro Folk-songs [Book 2/4]
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 17 Jan 09 - 05:23 PM

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Hampton Series Negro Folk-songs [Book 2 of 4]
By Natalie Curtis Burlin
(New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1918)

'Tis Me, O Lord - 12
Listen to de Lambs - 20
O Ev'ry Time I Feel de Spirit - 27
God's a-Gwine ter Move All de Troubles Away - 32


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Subject: Index: Songs from the Hills of Vermont (Sturgis)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 17 Jan 09 - 05:25 PM

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Songs from the Hills of Vermont
Sung by James and Mary Atwood and Aunt Jenny Knapp
Texts collected and edited by Edith B. Sturgis
Tunes collected and piano accompaniments arranged with historical notes by Robert Hughes
(New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1919)

Banks of the Dee (The) - 14
Birds' Courting Song - 40
Botany Bay - 32
Daily Growing - 3
Frog in the Spring (The) - 18
Half-hitch (The) - 50
Little Pig (The) - 46
Mary of the Wild Moor - 36
Posey Boy - 7
Shining Dagger (The) - 30
Soldier's Return (The) - 22
Spinster's Lament (The) - 10
Warranty Deed (The) – 26


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Subject: Index: Afro-American Folksongs (H Krehbiel, 1914)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 17 Jan 09 - 05:28 PM

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Afro-American Folksongs
A Study in Racial and National Music
By Henry Edward Krehbiel
(New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1914)

Baptizing Hymn - 88
Caroline - 139
Come trembleing down - 85
Criole Candjo - 118
Dessan mouillage acheter daubanes (Martinique) - 126
Done wid Driber's Dribin' - 19
Emgann Sant-Kast (The Battle of St. Cast) - 169
Great Campmeetin', A - 78
I Look o'er Yander (Bahama) - 105
I'm Gwine to Alabamy - 53
Jesus Heal' de Sick - 160
Loéma tombé - 147
Ma mourri - 166
Manman Colette (Martinique) - 126
Many Thousand Go - 18
Many Thousands Gone - 20
Marie-Clémence - 148
Martinique Love-Song - 168
Michié Préval - 152
Musieu Bainjo - 142
Neve' a Man Speak like This Man (O! look-a death) - 159
Nobody Knows de Trouble I've Seen - 75
Nobody Knows the Trouble I See - 96
O'er the Crossing - 98
Oh! Rock Me, Julie - 52
Opon de Rock - 162
Ou beau di moin tête ou bien pomadée (Martinique) - 126
Pov' piti Lolotte - 136
Remon, Remon - 124
Rhyvelgyrch Cadpen Morgan (Captain Morgan's March) - 169
Roll, Jordan, Roll - 165
Round about the Mountain - 63
Some Come Cripple - 158
Tant sirop est doux (Martinique) - 117
Weeping Mary - 157
Weeping Mary - 80
You May Bury Me in the East - 31


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Subject: Index: Modern Street Ballads
From: raredance
Date: 17 Jan 09 - 08:48 PM

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Modern Street Ballads
By John Ashton
Originally published: London: Chatto & Windus, 1888.
Reissued: Brooklyn, NY: Benjamin Blom, 1968.

No music

SOCIAL
Sale of a Wife
A Woman Never Knows When Her Day's Work's Done
The Treats of London
The Income Tax
Striking Times
The Mechanic's Appeal to the Public
Women's Sayings
Bob Logic's Description of the New Brighton Diligence for Inside Passengers Only
Paper'd-Up Hair
I Likes a Drop of Good Beer
The Snob and the Bottle
Rory O'More Turned Teetotal
Hurrah for Father Mathew's Mill
How Five and Twenty Shillings Were Expended in a Week
The Way to Live
The Cries of London
The Honest Policeman of Mitcham
Cookey Darling
I Should Like to Be a Policeman
Bendigo, Champion of England
The Bold Irish Yankey Benicia Boy
I'm a Gent
Jullien's Grand Polka
Margate Hoy
Crystal Palace

HUMOROUS
Sheep's Eyes for Ever
Cab, Cab, Cab
The Rush Light
If I Had a Donkey Wot Wouldn't Go
Shovel and Broom
Vilikins and His Dinah
The Exciseman Outwitted
Giles Scroggin's Ghost
The Strange Man
A Sight for a Father
Humours of Bartlemy Fair
Georgy Barnwell
Jonathan Brown
Wery Pekooliar, or the Lisping Lovers
The Babes in the Wood
Kate's Young Man
He Was Such a Nice Young Man
Mrs. Monday
All to Astonish the Browns
The Ratcatcher's Daughter
Hot Codlings
The Wonderful Crocodile
The Thief's Arm
Cork Leg
The One Horse Chay
The Literary Dustman
The Bill Sticker
Things I Don't Like to See
The Barrel of Pork
All Round My Hat
Here's the Man a-Coming!
The Nobby Head of Hair
Miss Bailey's Ghost
Humphrey Duggins

COUNTRY
The Honest Ploughman, or 90 Years Ago
The New Fashioned Farmer
Present Times, or Eight Shillings A Week
Jig, Jig, to the Hirings
Country Statutes
The Bold Poacher
Death of Poor Bill Brown
The Jolly Angler
The Humours of the Races
The Bonny Grey
The King and West Countryman
Hodge in London

SEA
Death of Parker
The Battle of Boulogne
Victory
The Battle of Navarino
Duke William's Frolic
The King and the Sailor
Jack Binnacle and Queen Victoria
Sweet William
The Poor Smuggler's Boy
The Smuggler's Bride
The Female Smuggler
Jack Returned from Sea
The Jolly Roving Tar
Young Henry of the Raging Main
Jack Robinson
Bold William Taylor
Ratcliffe Highway in 1842
The Greenland Whale Fishery
The New York Trader

THE QUEEN
Viva Victoria
Queen Victoria
The Queen's Marriage
A New Song on the Birth of the Prince of Wales
The Queen and the Coal Exchange
Crystal Palace
Queen's Visit to France
The Queen's Dream
Lovely Albert

HISTORICAL
Brave Nelson
Lord Nelson
Battle of Waterloo
King George IV.'s Welcome to Scotland
The Death of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel, Bart., M.P.
Death of Wellington

POLITICAL
The Chronicles of the Pope
The Happy Reform
The Operatives' March
A New Alphabetical Song on the Corn Law Bill
A New Song on the Corn Bill
The Crisis
Chartists Are Coming
The Song of the Lower Classes
A New Hunting Song

MISCELLANEOUS
The Wonderful Wonders of Town
Law
Jim Crow
The Workhouse Boy
The Wild Rover
The Diggins, O!
Botany Bay
Van Dieman's Land
Farewell to Judges and Juries
My Bonny Black Bess
Life of the Mannings
The Life and Trial of Palmer
Mary Arnold, the Female Monster
The Undertaker's Club
A Tidy Suit for All That
The Ragged Coat
The Collier Swell
The London Merchant
Riley's Farewell
Young William
The Broken Hearted Gardener
Boxing Day in 1847
St. James's and St. Giles's
The Three Butchers


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Subject: Index: Saint Helena Island Spirituals
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 17 Jan 09 - 10:13 PM

A rarely found book.

SAINT HELENA ISLAND SPIRITUALS
Nicholas George Julius Ballanta-(Taylor), 1924, Diploma of Musical Art, printed by G. Schirmer, New York.

All I Do de Church Keep-a Grumblin' 70
All My Sins Done Taken Away 11
All Obuh Die World 50
At de Judgement Bar 51
Aye Lawd Don't Leabe Me 13
Bear Yo' Burden 16
Bin A Listenin' 84
Blow Yo' Gospel Trumpet 43
Come, Come, Come and Go Wid Me 66
Comin' Here Tonight 36
Cyan Hide Sinner Cyan' Hide 35
Daniel in de Lion's Den 42
De Angel in Heben Gwine to Write Muh Name 37
De Angel Roll de Stone Away 80
De Angels Are Watchin' Obuh Me 23
Death Is Goin' to Lay His Cold Icy Han' On Me 75
De Blood Done Sign My Name 65
De Ole Ship Marie 34
De Po' Heathens Are Dyin' 15
Dere Is Rest Fo' De Weary Trabbler 31
De Sea Gwine Deliver Up de Dry Bones 31
Do Don't Touch My Garment 8
Don't Get Weary 87
Don't Let de Wind Blow Here No More 39
Don't Yo' Hab Eberbody Fo' Yo' Fr'en 71
Don't Yo' Hear de Lam's a Cryin' 30
Dust an' Ashes 92
Eagle's Wings 38
Eb'rybody Wants to Know Jis How I Die 22
Ebery Time I Feels de Spirit 88
Ennyhow Muh Lawd 57
Fix Me Jedus 83
Give Me Jedus 79
Glory, Glory Hallelujah 53
Good News 10
Go Round, Go Round 27
Go Tell it On the Mountin 90
Handwritin' on de Wall 29
Heben Goin' to Be Muh Home 55
Heben Is a Beautiful Place 16
Hold Out 66
Holy, Holy, Yo' Promise to Answer Prayer 14
How Can I Pray 18
How Long de Train Bin Gone 12
Hoy Yo' Do Believer, How Yo' Do Today 75
I Ain't Gwine Grief Muh Lawd No Mo' 64
I Am Bound Fo' de Promised Lan' 36
I Am Goin' Obuh Dere 54
I Am Huntin' fo' a City 48
I Am Not Afraid to Die 68
I Do Know Gawd Don't Lie 72
I Got a Letter Dis' Mornin' 27
I Got a Mother in de Bright Shinin' World 76
I Hab a Leader Obuh Dere 24
I Lub Muh Blessed Saviour 78
I'm A Runnin' fo' Muh Life 26
I'm A Trabblin' to de Land 63
I'm Goin' Down to de Ribbuh ob Jerdan 82
I'm Goin' to See Muh Lovin' Father When I Git Home 21
I'm Goin' to Wait Till de Holy Ghost Come 52
I Wants to Climb Up Jacob's Ladder 61
I Want to Die Easy When I Die 20
Jedus Blood Done Mek Me Whole 79
John Saw de Number No Man Could Number 46
King Jedus Is Muh Only Fr'en' 6
Let Us Break Bread Togeder on Our Knees 67
Look-a How They Done Muh Lawd 56
Mary Had a Baby, Aye Lawd 69
Mary Had a Baby (No. 2) 40
Mary Had a Baby (No. 3) 41
Mary Had A Leetle Baby 5
Moses Smote de Water 86
My Head Wet Wid de Midnight Dew 49
My Time Is Come 59
Nobody Knows de Trouble I've Seen 89
No Mo' My Dear Brudder 42
Oh Let Me Shine, Shine Like de Mornin' Star 28
Oh Nebbuh Me One 43
Oh Sister Git Yo' Ticket Right 23
Oh Wrastlin' Jacob 87
O Lord Dese Bones of Mine Comin' Together in de Mornin' 70
O Ride On Jedus 92
O Watch de Stars 58
Pray Is de Key to de Kingdom 73
Rise Up, Shepherd An' Foller 91
Roll Him Out Again 30
Roll Jerdon Roll 77
Room Enough in de Hebben 85
Same Train 9
Save Me Jedus, Save Me Now 60
Save Me Now Save Me 39
Sometimes Muh Trubble Mek Me Tremble 88
Some Will Lub Yo' and Some Will hate Yo' 68
Sweet Watuh Rollin' 49
Too Late 32
To See Gawd's Bleedin' Lam' 33
T'ree Long Nights and T'ree Long Days 47
Walk in Jerusalem Jis Like John 46
Way Bye and Bye 49
Wheel in a Wheel 2
When de Train Comes Along 12
When I Am Gone, Gone, Gone 38
When I Git in Heben in Muh Elbow Chair 74
Who Lock de Lion's Jaw 36
Wrastlin' Jacob (No. 1) 62
Wrastlin' Jacob (No. 2) 86
Yo' Better Run, Run, Run 45
Yo' Better Run to the City of Refuge 44
Yo' Cyan' Find a New Hidin' Place 35
Yo' Go I Go Wid Yo' 81
Yo' Must Hab dat True Religion 4
Yo' Publican, Yo' Pharisee 51

All spirituals with musical score. Foreward contains an explanation of the musical system used in the spirituals. All were collected in St. Helena Island, SC, at the request of the authorities of the Penn Normal, Industrial and Agricultural School.


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Subject: Index: Popular English Ballads Ancient and Modern2
From: raredance
Date: 18 Jan 09 - 12:20 AM

Popular English Ballads, Ancient and Modern Vol. II
chosen by R Brimley Johnson

1894 (no music)

Baron of Brackley, the, 101.
Birth of Robin Hood, the 98
Bonny James Campbell, 189
Bony Hind, the, 5.
Bonny House o' Airly, 128
Brown Adam, 65.
Brown Robin, 184.
Child Vyet, 105.
Clerk Saunders, 24
Daemon Lover, the, 17.
Death of Queen Jeanie, 155.
Dowie Dens of Yarrow, 40.
Drowned Lovers, the, 84.
Earl of Mar's Daughter, the, 193.
Eppie Morrie, 136.
Fair Annie, 53.
Fause Lover, 200.
Fine Flowers in the Valley, 33.
Gardener, the, 157.
Gay Goshawk, the, 59.
Graaeme and Bewick, 44.
Hind Horn, 131.
John Thomson and the Turk, 173,
Johnnie of Breadislee, 71.
Johnny Scott, 160.
Kemp Owyne, 166.
King Henry, 8.
Kinmont Willy, 76.
Laird o' Drum, 150.
Laird o' Logie, 68.
Laird of Waristoun, 89.
Lament of the Border Widow, the, 51.
Lizzie Lindsay, 96.
Lord Derwentwater, 179.
Lord Donald, 30.
Richie Story, 134.
Robin Hood and the Monk, 112
Thomas the Rhymer, 1.
Twa Brothers, the, 87.
Twa Corbies, the, 39.
Twa Magicians, the, 181
Unquiet Grave, the, 204.
Weary Coble o' Cargill, 170.
Wife of Usher's Well, the, 21.
Willy's Lady, 13.
Young Akin, 139.
Young Beichan and Susie Pye, 91.
Young Hunting, 35

PEASANT BALLADS.
As Johnny walked out, 231.
Bailiff's Daughter of Islington, the, 139
Banks of Sweet Dundee, the, or Undaunted Mary, 117.
Bonny Barbara Allan, 230
Broken Token, the, 209
Brown Girl, the, 234.
Captain Ward and the Rainbow, 266.
Cupid's Garden, 246.
Farmer's Boy, the, 260.
Gay Lady that went to Church, the, 277.
Golden Glove, the, 213.
GoldenVanitee, the, 271
Green Broom, 228.
Greenland Whale Fishery, 269
King and the Countryman, the, 252.
King John and the Abbot, 247.
Lazarus, 279.
Mermaid, the, 263.
Old Man clothed in Leather, the, or the Wiltshire Wedding, 220.
Robbie Tamson's Smiddie, 244.
Roving Journeyman, the , 236
Saddle to Rags, 254.
Simple Ploughboy, the, 242.
Sir Arthur and Charming Mollee, 215
Thyme and Rue, 238
Tommy Linn, 261.
Trees they are so high, the, 225.
Undaunted Mary, or the Banks of Sweet Dundee, 2 1 7.
Week's Work, the, 258.
Widdicombe Fair 277
Wiltshire Wedding, or the Old Man clothed in Leather, 220.
Yorkshire Horse-Dealer, 274.
Young Roger of the Vale, 210.


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Subject: Index: A Select Collection of English Songs (1783)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 18 Jan 09 - 12:58 PM

Google Books has complete text of the following volumes:
First Edition, Volume 1, 1783
First Edition, Volume 2, 1783
First Edition, Volume 3, 1783
Second Edition, Volume 2, 1813
Second Edition, Volume 3, 1813

A Select Collection of English Songs
With their original airs: and a historical essay on the origin and progress of national song,
By Joseph Ritson. In three volumes.
The second edition, with additional songs and occasional notes by Thomas Park.

[The following index has been taken from the second edition. In both editions, the lyrics are in volumes 1 and 2; for the songs marked with an asterisk, the tunes are in volume 3.]

VOLUME I.
PART I.
LOVE-SONGS

A BLESSING unknown to ambition and pride, 92
* A cobler there was, and he liv'd in a stall, 164
* A courting I went to my love, 157
A maxim this, amongst the wise, 106
Ah! blame me not, if no despair, 17
Ah! credit not the rival swain, 175
* Ah! cruel maid, how hast thou chang'd, 87
* Ah! gaze not on those eyes! forbear, 5
* Ah! how sweet it is to love, 98
* Ah! stay; ah! turn; ah! whither would you fly, 83
* Ah! why must words my flame reveal, 181
Ah, Chloris! could I now but sit, 1
* Ah, Damon, dear shepherd, adieu, 70
* Ah, false Amyntas! can that hour, 186
* Alexis shunn'd his fellow swains, 74
* All in the Downs the fleet was moor'd, 250
* All my past life is mine no more, 271
* Almeria's face, her shape, her air, 4
Are ye fair as opening roses, 94
* As Amoret with Phillis sat, 177
As he lay in the plain, his arm under his head, 212
Ask me no more, where Jove bestows, 91
* Ask me not how calmly I, 97
* Away with these self-loving lads, 131
* Away! let nought to love displeasing, 281
* BE still, O ye winds, and attentive, ye swains, 261
Behold, my fair, where'er we rove, 275
Belinda, see from yonder flow'rs, 123
* Bless'd as th' immortal gods is he, 224
Blow high, blow low, 291
Boast not to me the charms that grace, 173
* Boast not, mistaken swain, thy art, 184
* By my sighs you may discover, 190
* CAN love be controul'd by advice, 272
Cease to blame my melancholy, 222
Child of summer, lovely rose, 288
Chloris, 'twill be for either's rest, 133
Come here, fond youth, whoe'er thou be, 104
Come listen to my mournful tale, 80
* Come live with me, and be my love, 263
* Come thou rosy-dimpled boy, 96
* Come, all ye youths whose hearts e'er bled, 66
* Come, Chloe, and give me sweet kisses, 238
* Come, dear Amanda, quit the town, 258
Come, dear Pastora, come away! 256
Come, let us now resolve at last, 130
Could you guess, for I ill can repeat, 28
DEAR Chloe, how blubber'd is that pretty face, 147
* Dear Chloe, while thus beyond measure, 277
* Dear Colin, prevent my warm blushes, 179
Defend my heart, benignant pow'rs, 193
Dejected as true converts die, 213
* Despairing beside a clear stream, 64
Distracted with care, 158
Distress me with those tears no more, 290
Does pity give though fate denies, 201
* Drink to me only with thine eyes, 194
ERE Henry embark'd, 202
FAIN would you ease my troubled heart, 15
* Fair Iris I love, and hourly I die, 134
* Fairest isle, all isles excelling, 95
Fairest of thy sex, and best, 27
False though she be to me and love, 130
* For me my fair a wreath has wove, 221
Forgive me if I do not trust, 171
* Freedom is a real treasure, 111
From all uneasy passions free, 228
* From place to place forlorn I go, 179
* From sweet bewitching tricks of love, 112
From the dwelling of the widower, 302
* GENTLE Love, this hour befriend me, 32
Give me more love, or more disdain, 137
Go lovely rose, 23
* Go tell Amynta, gentle swain, 31
* Go, rose, my Chloe's bosom grace, 25
Good morrow to the day so fair, 204
* Grim king of the ghosts, make haste, 67
* HAIL to the myrtle shade, 257
Happy the world in that blest age, 119
Hard by the hall, our master's house, 76
* Hark! hark! 'tis a voice from the tomb, 71
Hast thou escap'd the cannon's ire, 302
Haste, my rein-deer, and let us nimbly go, 259
He that loves a rosy cheek, 121
Honest lover whatsoever, 101
* How bless'd has my time been, what joys have I known, 279
* How gentle was my Damon's air, 54
How hardly I conceal'd my tears, 183
How much superior beauty awes, 90
How oft, Louisa, hast thou said, 293
How sweet thy modest light to view, 205
How yonder ivy courts the oak, 199
I CANNOT change as others do, 33
I did but look and love awhile, 4
I grant, a thousand oaths I swore, 150
I heard the evening linnet's voice, 200
I know you false, I know you vain, 170
* I lik'd, but never lov'd before, 10
* I love thee, by heavens, I cannot say more, 135
I love thee, maiden, truly love, 296
I love, I dote, I rave with pain, 47
I never saw a face till now, 11
I prythee send me back my heart, 118
* I smile at Love, and all his arts, 8
* I told my nymph, I told her true, 216
I wonder if her heart be still, 172
* If all that I love is her face, 85
If all the world and love were young, 265
If Cupid once the mind possess, 182
If guardian pow'rs preside above, 89
If in that breast, so good, so pure, 29
If Love and Reason ne'er agree, 180
If love be life, I long to die, 137
* If 'tis joy to wound a lover, 131
If 'tis love to wish you near, 196
If wine and music have the pow'r, 237
* I'll range around the shady bowers, 44
I'm not one of your fops, who, to please a coy lass, 136
In Chloris all soft charms agree, 125
In either eye a lingering tear, 299
* In love should there meet a fond pair, 280
* In the merry month of May, 270
In the time of bloom and beauty, 293
* In vain you tell your parting lover, 14
* In vain, dear Chloe, you suggest, 145
* In vain, Philander, at my feet, 192
* It is not that I love you less, 124
It is not, Celia, in our pow'r, 276
It was to smiles I did surrender, 171
KNOW, Celia, (since thou art so proud) 127
LET not Love on me bestow, 136
Let the ambitious ever find, 223
* Love's a dream of mighty treasure, 110
* Love's a gentle gen'rous passion, 100
Love's no irregular desire, 99
Lucy, I think not of thy beauty, 116
MARGARITA first possess'd, 151
Mary, I believ'd thee true, 168
Mild breeze, when thou shalt fan my fair, 203
* Mistaken fair, lay Sherlock by, 25
* My banks they are furnish'd with bees, 58
* My days have been so wond'rous free, 209
* My dear mistress has a heart, 244
* My goddess Lydia, heav'nly fair, 225
My love was fickle, once, and changing, 10
My name is honest Harry, 159
* My passion is as mustard strong, 161
* My time, O ye Muses, was happily spent, 49
* NO more of my Harriot, of Polly no more, 245
Not the soft sighs of vernal gales, 235
Not, Celia, that I juster am, 234
* O HAD I been by fate decreed, 217
* O Nancy, wit thou go with me, 255
* O'er moorlands and mountains, rude, barren, and bare, 269
* Of all the girls that are so smart, 248
* Of all the torments, all the cares, 38
Of Leinster, fam'd for maidens fair, 77
* Oft on the troubled ocean's face, 109
Oh! ever in my bosom live, 93
Oh! forbear to bid me slight her, 6
Oh! Henry, didst thou know the heart, 197
Oh! how vain is every blessing, 101
Oh! talk not to me, 90
* Old Chaucer once to this re-echoing grove, 113
On Belvidera's bosom lying, 226
* On the brow of a hill a young shepherdess dwelt, 187
Once and thine alone I blame, 172
* Once more I'll tune the vocal shell, 229
Once more Love's mighty charms are broke, 129
* One night when all the village slept, 69
* Over the mountains, 107
PHILLIS, men say that all my vows, 215
REMEMBER me while far away, 168
* SAW you the nymph whom I adore? 21
Say, lovely dream, where couldst thou find, 43
* Say, mighty Love, and teach my song, 284
* Say, Myra, why is gentle love, 14
* Send back my long-stray'd eyes to me, 87
Shall I, like an hermit, dwell, 140
Shall I, wasting in despair, 138
* She whom above myself I prize, 84
Should some perverse malignant star, 146
Should the rude hand of care, 295
* Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more, 191
Sighing and languishing I lay, 214
* Stella and Flavia, ev'ry hour, 241
* Stella, darling of the muses, 210
Still to be neat, still to be drest, 166
* Sweet are the banks when spring perfumes, 220
* Sweet are the charms of her I love, 207
Sweet maid, I hear thy frequent sigh, 169
TAKE, oh! take, those lips away, 23
Tell me no more how fair she is, 21
Tell me not I my time misspend, 219
Tell me, Damon, dost thou languish, 103
Tell me, thou soul of her I love, 92
* That Jenny's my friend, my delight, and my pride, 278
That which her slender waist confin'd, 222
* The bird that hears her nestlings cry, 227
The charms which blooming beauty shows, 289
The flame of love assuages, 109
* The gentle swan with graceful pride, 236
* The heavy hours are almost past, 37
The lover in melodious verses, 173
* The merchant to secure his treasure, 144
* The nymph that undoes me is fair and unkind, 22
The shape alone let others prize, 242
* The silver moon's enamour'd beam, 230
* The silver rain, the pearly dew, 29
* The sun was sunk beneath the hill, 46
The tears I shed must ever fall, 194
* The western sky was purpled o'er, 232
* Think not, my love, when secret grief, 85
* Thou rising sun, whose gladsome lay, 252
Though Celia on the flowery mead, 175
* Though cruel you seem to my pain, 40
Though I am young, 167
* Though winter its desolate train, 273
Though, Flavia, to my warm desire, 123
* Thus Kitty, beautiful and young, 240
* Thy fav'rite bird is soaring still, 297
'Tis not your saying that you love, 30
'Tis now since I sat down before, 142
* To all you ladies now at land, 34
* To be gazing on those charms, 226
* To melancholy thoughts a prey, 33, 88
* To the brook and the willow that heard him complain, 52
* Tom loves Mary passing well, 154
* Too plain, dear youth, these tell-tale eyes, 185
* 'Twas when the seas were roaring, 73
VAIN are the charms of white and red, 122
* Vain is ev'ry fond endeavour, 191
* Waft me, some soft and cooling breeze, 253
* We all to conquering beauty bow, 218
* Well met, pretty nymph, says a jolly young swain, 155
What fury does disturb my rest, 41
What state of life can be so blest, 41
When charming Teraminta sings, 239
* When Damon languish'd at my feet, 187
* When Delia on the plain appears, 211
When every voice of rapture woos, 296
When fair Serena first I knew, 27
* When first I fair Celinda knew, 26
* When first I saw thee graceful move, 3
* When first upon your tender cheek, 2
When gentle Celia first I knew, 148
* When here, Lucinda, first we came, 260
* When innocence and beauty meet, 243
When lovely woman stoops to folly, 189
When Phillis watch'd her harmless sheep, 178
When the first dawn, 294
* When the trees are all bare, not a leaf to be seen, 267
When youth, my Celia's in the prime, 273
Whence comes my love? 165
Where the light cannot pierce, in a grove of tall trees, 266
While for men the women fair, 120
* While from my looks, fair nymph, you guess, 6
Whilst I am scorch'd with hot desire, 30
Whilst on those lovely looks I gaze, 9
White as her hand, fair Julia threw, 7
* Why d'ye with such disdain refuse, 128
Why so pale and wan, fond lover, 141
Why we love and why we hate, 154
Why will Florella, when I gaze, 13
* Why will you my passion reprove, 60
* Why, cruel creature, why so bent, 45
* Why, Delia, ever when I gaze, 16
With women I have pass'd my days, 12
Within this faithful bosom lies, 292
Would you choose a wife, for a happy life, 117
Would you with her you love be blest, 115
Wrong not, sweet mistress of my heart, 18
YE belles, and ye flirts, and ye pert little things, 286
Ye fair married dames, who so often deplore, 282
Ye fair possess'd of every charm, 283
Ye happy swains, whose hearts are free, 111
Ye little Loves that round her wait, 142
Ye shepherds so cheerful and gay, 56
Ye shepherds, give ear to my lay, 62
Ye virgin pow'rs, defend my heart, 189
Yes, Daphne, in your face I find, 125
Yes, fairest proof of beauty's pow'r, 39
Yes, I'm in love, I feel it now, 246
Yes, Mary-Ann, I freely grant, 200
Yes, my fair, to thee belong, 292
Yes, thou art chang'd since first we met, 301
You may cease to complain, 19
* You say, at your feet I have wept in despair, 126
You tell me I'm handsome, 198

VOLUME II.
PART II.
DRINKING-SONGS.

A BOOK, a friend, a song, a glass, 7
Adieu, ye jovial youths, who join, 83
* As swift as time put round the glass, 18
* BACCHUS must now his power resign, 47
Backe and side go bare, 77
Better our heads than hearts should ake, 2
* Bid me, when forty winters more, 10
* Busy, curious, thirsty fly, 19
* By the gayly circling glass, 42
CARE thou canker of our joys, 93
Come fill me a glass, fill it high, 35
* Come now, all ye social powers, 12
* Come, come, my hearts of gold, 59
* Cupid no more shall give me grief, 34
* DEAR Tom, this brown jug, that now foams with mild ale, 79
* Diogenes surly and proud, 37
* EVERY man take his glass in his hand, 23
* FILL me a bowl, a mighty bowl, 44
* GAY Bacchus, liking Estcourt's wine, 52
* Give me but a friend and a glass, boys, 9
* God prosper long from being broke, 55
* HAD Neptune, when first he took charge of the sea, 25
* Hence with cares, complaints and frowning, 87
* How stands the glass around, 84
* I am the king and prince of drinkers, 48
* I cannot eate but lytle meate, 77
I have been in love, and in debt, and in drink, 80
* If gold could lengthen life, I swear, 14
In the social enjoyments of life let me live, 92
* JOLLY mortals, fill your glasses, 17
LET care be a stranger to each jovial soul, 94
Let soldiers fight for pay and praise, 46
* Let the waiter bring clean glasses, 93
* Let us drink and be merry, 15
* Let's be jovial, fill our glasses, 22
Listen all, I pray, 31
MORTALS, learn your lives to measure, 21
* My temples with clusters of grapes I'll entwine, 81
NOT drunken, nor sober, but neighbour to both, 63
* Now Phoebus sinketh in the west, 41
* OLD Chiron thus preach'd to his pupil Achilles, 21
PHO! pox o' this nonsense, I prithee give o'er, 1
* Preach not to me your musty rules, 11
* RAIL no more, ye learned asses, 36
* SAYS Plato, why should man be vain, 8
* She tells me, with claret she cannot agree, 5
* Some say, women are like the seas, 3
* THE festive board was met, the social band, 86
* The man that is drunk is void of all care, 50
The thirsty earth drinks up the rain, 26
* The women all tell me I'm false to my lass, 3
* This bottle's the sun of our table, 42
* UPBRAID me not, capricious fair, 81
* VULCAN, contrive me such a cup, 43
* WHAT Cato advises, most certainly wise is, 13
What dreaming drone was ever blest, 89
When Bacchus, jolly god, invites, 87
* When I drain the rosy bowl, 20
When the bottle to human and social delight, 88
* When the chill sirocco blows, 62
Whene'er the gods, like us below, 91
Whilst some in epic strains delight, 75
Who thirsts for more knowledge is welcome to roam, 90
Wine, wine in a morning, 24
* With an honest old friend, and a merry old song, 6
* With women and wine I defy every care, 82
YE free-hearted sons of good humour and mirth, 95
* Ye good fellows all, 27
* Ye true honest Britons, who love your own land, 61
You know that our ancient philosophers hold, 45
* Youth's the season made for joys, 11
* ZENO, Plato, Aristotle, 41

PART III.
MISCELLANEOUS-SONGS

AS near Porto-Bello lying, 192
As now the shades of eve imbrown, 224
As o'er the varied, 224
* BLOW, blow, thon winter wind, 134
Blow, warder, blow thy sounding horn, 225
* CEASE rude Boreas, blust'ring railer! 144
* Come follow, follow me, 172
Come shepherds, we'll follow the hearse, 165
* Come, come, my good shepherds, 110
DOWN, down a thousand fathom deep, 221
* FORTH from my dark and dismal cell, 162
Friendship, peculiar gift of Heaven, 132
* From Oberon in fairy-land, 175
* From the court to the cottage convey me away, 116
* GENTLY stir and blow the fire, 152
Go soul, the body's guest, 134
* Goddess of ease, leave Lethe's brink, 115
HAPPY insect, what can be, 180
* Hark! hark! jolly sportsmen, a while to my tale, 184
* How happy a state does the miller possess, 124
How happy is he born and taught, 103
* How pleasant a sailor's life passes, 123
How sacred and how innocent, 111
How sleep the brave, who sink to rest, 167
I ENVY not the mighty great, 104
I envy not the proud their wealth, 102
I hate that drum's discordant sound, 203
* If I live to grow old, for I find I go down, 126
If those who live in shepherd's bow'r, 209
* In good king Charles's golden days, 141
In the down-hill of life, 204
In the sightless air I dwell, 220
In Tyburn-road a man there liv'd, 189
LET Spain's proud traders, 206
Life's like a ship in constant motion, 222
Lo! here, beneath this hallow'd shade, 174
MAN'S a poor deluded bubble, 120
* My mind to me a kingdom is, 97
* NO glory I covet, no riches I want, 105
Nor blazon'd gems, nor silken sheen, 222
* Nor on beds of fading flowers, 108
O FOR the death of those, 218
O memory! thou fond deceiver, 151
* O say, what is that thing call'd light, 121
Oft I've implor'd the gods in vain, 170
PRINCES that rule and empire sway, 118
SAY, sweet carol, who are they, 202
Sleep, sleep poor youth, sleep, sleep in peace, 166
Some hoist up Fortune to the skies, 106
* Songs of shepherds, in rustical roundelays, 182
TELL me on what holy ground, 219
* The glories of our birth and state, 107
* The honest heart whose thoughts are clear, 126
The loud wind roar'd, 200
* The muse and the hero together are fir'd, 195
The rose had been wash'd, 211
* The solitary bird of night, 128
The sweet and blushing rose, 120
* The world, my dear Myra, is full of deceit, 133
* The wretch condemn'd with life to part, 151
* Thou soft flowing Avon, by thy silver stream, 169
Through groves sequester'd, dark, and still, 115
Through many a land and clime a ranger 199
* Thursday in the morn, the ides of May, 197
'Tis not wealth, it is not birth, 210
* To fair Fidele's grassy tomb, 168
* To hug yourself in perfect ease, 101
To tinkling brooks, to twilight shades, 109
Toll for the brave, 215, 217
* Two gossips they merrily met, 154
* UNDER the greenwood tree, 162
* WELCOME, welcome, brother debtor, 122
What are outward forms and shows, 204
What frenzy must his soul possess 109
What is th' existence of man's life? 118
* What man in his wits had not rather be poor, 104
When Britain on her sea-girt shore, 227
* When daffodils begin to peer, 159
* When daisies pied, and violets blue, 160
* When icicles hang on the wall, 161
When my hand thus I proffer, 212
* When Orpheus went down to the regions below, 153
When this old cap was new, 138
When 'tis night, and the mid-watch is come, 226
While happy in my native land, 213
* Who has e'er been at Paris must needs know the Greve, 187
* With an old song made by an old ancient pate, 156
With any so happy in this happy nation, 207
Woman, dear woman, 201
Would we attain the happiest state, 100
YE mariners of England, 214
Ye spotted snakes wild double tongue, 219
Yes, once more that dying strain, 208
* You gentlemen of England, 146

PART IV.
ANCIENT BALLADS

A MERCHANT of great riches dwelt, 374
All youths of fair England, 292
As it fell one holyday, 254
As it fell out upon a day, 232
COLD and raw the North did blow, 321
FAREWELL rewards and fairies, 377
GOD prosper long our noble king, 359
HENRY, our royal king, would ride a hunting, 307
IF Rosamond, that was so fair, 266
I'll tell you a story, a story anon, 317
In the days of old, 274
In woeful wise my song shall rise, 380
Is there never a man in all Scotland, 355
LORD Thomas he was a bold forester, 228
MARK well my heavy doleful tale, 249
* NOW ponder well, you parents dear, 286
* OF a worthy London prentice, 335
* Old stories tell how Hercules, 340
THERE was a youth, and a well-beloved youth, 272
WAS ever knight for lady's sake, 330
When Arthur first in court began, 325
When as king Henry rul'd this land, 259
When England's fame did ring, 369
When Flora with her fragrant flowers, 346
* When Troy-town, for ten years wars, 240
Will you hear a Spanish lady, 245
YOU beauteous ladies, great and small, 282
You dainty dames, so finely fram'd, 235


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Subject: Index: An American Garland (Firth, 1915)
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 18 Jan 09 - 01:45 PM

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An American Garland
being a collection of Ballads Relating to America, 1563-1759.
C. H. Firth, ed., 1915, B. H. Blackwell, Orford (reissued by Singing Tree Press, 1969).

The Adventerus Viage of M. Thomas Stutely 1
Have Over the Water to Florida 7
News from Virginia 9
London's Lotterie 17
The Second Part of London's Lotterie 21
The Zealous Puritan 25
The Summons to Newe England 27
A Song 31
A West-Country Man's Voyage 32
The Maydens of London 35
The Maydens of London, Second Part 37
The Young Men's Resolution 39
The Quaker's Farewell to England 41
A Voyage to Virginia 46
The Trappan'd Maiden 51
A Net for a Night-Raven 54
The Four Indian Kings, Part I 60
The Four Indian Kings, Part II 64
The Betray'd Maiden 69
The Lads of Virginia 72
The Siege of Quebec 74
Wolfe and Saunders 77
The death of General Wolfe 79 (Pitts, printer)
Britain in Tears 81
The Death of General Wolfe 83 (Jennings, printer)

Notes 85


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Subject: Index: Bawdy Songs of the Early Music Hall
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 18 Jan 09 - 02:11 PM

BAWDY SONGS OF THE EARLY MUSIC HALL

George Speaight, 1975, David & Charles, Newton Abbot.

Lyrics and most with music or listed tune.

The Drummer's Stick 5
The Maid and the Fishmonger 17
There's Somebody Coming 24
Johnny's Lump 25
The Flea Shooter 27
Cat's Meat Nell 28
He'll No More Grind Again 32
Mrs. Bond 33
Come Sleep with Me 36
The Blue Bells of Ireland 39
O What a Queer Sensation 42
He Did It Before My Face 45
The Magic Crab-Tree 45
The Friar's Candle 46
Colin and Susan 47
The Bower that Stands in Thigh Lane 48
The New Rolling Pin 51
The Copper Stick 52
The Ladies and the Candle 56
There Is No Shove Like the First Shove 59
The Way to Come Over a Maid 61
The Amorous Parson and the Farmer's Wife 62
The Wonderful Belly Physic 66
Sally's Thatched Cottage 66
The Hedger and Ditcher and His Nothing at All 68
The Nipple 69
The Female Workman 71
Red Nosed Jemmy and Bandy Bet 72
I Will Be a Mot 75
Man's Yard of Stuff 77
The Blowen's Ball 78
Rural Felicity 83
Eyes Behind 86
The W-hole of the Ladies 90
The Bride 92


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Subject: Index: The Carolina Low Country (Smythe, 1931)
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 18 Jan 09 - 09:55 PM

A rarely found book

THE CAROLINA LOW COUNTRY

A. T. Smythe and ten authors inc. DuBose Heyward, 1931, Society for the Preservation of Spirituals. The Macmillan Co. NY.
Spirituals with musical score.

The Low Country, H. R. Sass 3
The Story of the Low-Country Alfred Huger 33
The Yemassee Lands, Beatrice Ravenel 125
Charleston: The Capital of the Plantations 131
Plantation Lights and Shadows Archibald Rutledge 149
An Island Boy, Josephine Pinckney 165
The Negro in the Low-Country, DuBose Heyward 171
The Negro Spiritual, Robert W. Gordon 191

Some Songs the Negro Sang, Arr. K. C. Hutson, Josephine Pinckney and C. P. Rutledge 225-326.

*Come En Go Wid Me 230
Chillun Ob Duh Wilduhness Moan Fuh Bread 232
Ole Egyp' (Back River) 234
Ole Egyp' (Santee River) 236
Sinnuh W'ah Yuh Doin' Down Dere 238
Norah (Minor) 240
Norah (Major) 242
Gwine T' Res' From All My Labuh 244
Norah Hice Duh Winduh 246
Det' Ain't Yuh Got No Shame 248
Sinnuh W'y Will Yuh Die On Da' Day 250
You Cyan' Hide 252
Wan' King Jedus Stan' My Bon' 254
Sim-me Yuh Muh Leaduh 256 (See me here)
Draw Lebel 258
King Oh King 260
Samuel' Sistuh 262
Oh Lawd W'ah Ha'am I Done 264
Blood Done Sign My Name 266
Cyan' Help From Cryin' Sometime 268
Face Duh Risin' Sun 270
Somebody Een Yuh, It Mus' Be Jedus 272
Uh Leetle Weel Uh Tu'nnin' Een My Haa't 274
Bran' Een Duh Fo'head 276
Eb'rybody Who Is Libin' Got Tuh Die (a) 278
Eb'rybody Who Is Libin' Got Tuh Die (b) 280
W'en I'm Gone, Gone, Gone 282
I Look Down Duh Road 286
Een Dat Low Lan' 288
Gottuh Tek Duh Chillun Outuh Pharoah Han' 290
Cya' Duh Key, Gone Home 292
Fault Een Me 294
Grabe Sinkin' Down 296
Welcome Table 298
Tell John Don' Call Duh Roll 300
Home Een Duh Rock 302
Anyhow 304
Shout Jubilee 306
Come By Yuh 308 [Often taken as origin of Kumbaya]
Siporatin' Line 310
Leddown Daniel Tek Yo' Res' 312
Flood Come Uh-Creepin' 314
Rebawn Again 316
Down Een Duh Walley On My Prayin' Knees 318
Don't Yuh Min' W'at Duh Debble Do 320
Primus Lan' 322
Lebe Yuh Een Duh Han' Ob Uh Kin' Sabeyuh 324
Who Yuh Got Een Heben 326

*Words and dialect explained with scores. The editor explains that considerable effort was expended to keep both the spirit of the songs and to reproduce the dialect as closely as possible.


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Subject: Index: Songs the Whole World Sings (Wier, 1915)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 19 Jan 09 - 11:43 AM

Google Books - full text available.

Songs the Whole World Sings
Containing more than two hundred songs which are dear to the hearts of young and old in every nation
By Albert Ernest Wier
(New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1915)

Abide with Me - 146
Adeste Fideles - 150
Ah! I Have Sighed to Rest Me (II Trovatore) - 110
Ah! So Pure (Martha) - 87
Ah! 'Tis a Dream - 23
Alice Where Art Thou? - 38
Am I Not Fondly Thine Own? - 111
America - 221
Annie Laurie - 53
Auld Lang Syne - 26
Austrian National Hymn - 256
Ave Maria (Gounod) - 130
Ave Maria (Mascagni) - 116
Baa, Baa, Black Sheep - 192
Barcarolle (Tales of Hoffman) - 80
Battle Cry of Freedom - 232
Battle Hymn of the Republic - 233
Be Kind to the Loved Ones at Home - 24
Belgian National Hymn - 252
Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms - 32
Ben Bolt - 50
Bid Me Good-Bye - 62
Blest Be the Tie That Binds - 147
Blue Alsatian Mountains - 72
Blue Bells of Scotland - 248
Brabanconne, La - 252
Buy a Broom - 191
Call Me Thine Own (L'Eclair) - 108
Campbells Are Coming - 244
Canadian National Hymn - 253
Carry Me Back to Ole Virginny - 199
Child's Dreamland - 185
Christmas Chimes - 124
Columbia, God Preserve Thee! - 225
Come Back to Erin - 60
Come Ye Disconsolate - 149
Come, Holy Spirit - 136
Comin' thro' the Rye - 47
Cradle Song (Brahms) - 192
Daddy (Behrend) - 184
Darling Nelly Gray - 51
Dear Evelina - 179
Dearest Spot Is Home - 20
Dickory, Dickory Dock - 193
Dixie Land - 206
Do They Miss Me at Home? - 25
Do They Think of Me at Home? - 28
Donna e Mobile (Rigoletto) - 83
Dove, The (Yradier) - 44
Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes - 37
Du, Du, Liegst Mir im Herzen - 111
Dutch Warbler - 167
Emmet's Lullaby - 178
English National Hymn - 236
Evening Prayer (Hansel and Gretel) - 92
Evening Star (Tannhauser) - 104
Ever of Thee - 77
Fair Harvard - 166
Flag of the Free - 222
Flee as a Bird - 133
Follow Me, Full of Glee - 187
Forsaken - 155
Forty-Nine Bottles - 158
French National Hymn - 246
Funiculi, Funicula - 162
Future Mrs. 'Awkins - 69
Girl I Left Behind Me - 57
Go to Sleep, Lena - 178
God Save the King - 236
Good-Bye, My Lover - 159
Good-Night, Ladies - 154
Grandfather's Clock - 8
Hail! Columbia - 230
Hard Times, Come Again No More - 202
Hark! the Herald Angels Sing - 143
Harp That Once through Tara's Halls - 240
Hey, Diddle, Diddle - 196
Holy Night - 148
Holy, Holy, Holy - 142
Home Again - 17
Home, Home, Can I Forget Thee? - 13
Home, Sweet Home - 11
How Can I Leave Thee? - 56
Humpty Dumpty - 194
I Cannot Sing the Old Songs - 19
I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls (Bohemian Girl) - 94
I Was Seeing Nelly Home - 171
I'm Called Little Buttercup (Pinafore) - 102
In Happy Moments (Maritana) - 107
In Old Madrid - 54
In the Gloaming - 67
Irish National Song - 241
It Came upon the Midnight Clear - 144
Jack and Jill - 186
Japanese National Hymn - 244
Jerusalem the Golden - 145
Jesus, Lover of My Soul - 146
Jingle Bells - 177
Juanita - 181
Kathleen Mavourneen - 74
Killarney - 239
Kimigayo (Japanese Hymn) - 244
Kingdom Coming - 207
Knock'd 'Em in the Old Kent Road - 160
Largo (Vocal Arr.) - 126
Last Night - 48
Last Rose of Summer - 84
Lauterbach Song - 153
Lead Kindly Light - 148
Listen to the Mocking Bird - 64
Little Bo-Peep - 189
Little Boy Blue - 194
Little Jack Horner - 194
Long, Long Ago - 79
Loreley - 49
Lost Chord - 118
Lovely Flowers I Pray (Faust) - 100
Lovely Night (Tales of Hoffman) - 80
Love's Old Sweet Song - 71
Low-Back'd Car - 40
Lullaby (Erminie) - 90
Lullaby (Jocelyn) - 112
Maple Leaf Forever - 253
March of the Men of Harlech - 250
Marching through Georgia - 219
Marseillaise - 246
Mary Had a Little Lamb - 195
Maryland, My Maryland - 203
Massa's in de Cold Ground - 204
Meerschaum Pipe - 154
Melody in F (Vocal Arr.) - 33
Midshipmite - 164
Minstrel Boy - 236
Mother's Old Red Shawl - 14
Mulberry Bush - 186
Mush, Mush - 176
My Bonnie - 181
My Faith Looks Up to Thee - 151
My Old Dutch - 68
My Old Kentucky Home - 210
Nancy Lee - 42
Nearer My God, to Thee - 150
Nelly Bly - 213
Nelly Was a Lady - 197
O Boys, Carry Me 'Long - 200
O Come, All Ye Faithful - 150
O du Lieber Augustin - 158
O Jesus, Thou Art Standing - 139
O My Darling Clementine - 173
O Paradise - 137
Oh! Dem Golden Slippers - 211
Old Arm-Chair - 21
Old Black Joe - 209
Old Cabin Home - 205
Old Dog Tray - 201
Old Folks at Home - 9
Old Hundred - 144
Old King Cole - 190
Old Oaken Bucket - 16
One Sweetly Solemn Thought - 134
Onward, Christian Soldiers - 152
Our Land, Oh Lord - 234
Over the Banister - 169
Over the Stars There Is Rest - 121
Palms, The - 128
Paloma, La - 44
Peanut Song - 168
Polly-Wolly Doodle - 172
Poor Old Slave - 214
Quilting Party - 171
Rally 'Round the Flag - 226
Red, White and Blue - 220
Robin Adair - 59
Rock of Ages - 141
Rock-a-bye, Baby - 182
Rock'd in the Cradle of the Deep - 122
Russian Hymn - 249
Sailing - 174
Sally in Our Alley - 41
Scenes That Are Brightest (Maritana) - 106
Scotch National Song - 244
See, Saw, Margery Daw - 195
See-Saw - 188
Serenade (Schubert) - 29
Servian National Hymn - 235
Shall We Gather at the River? - 140
Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot? - 26
Sing a Song of Sixpence - 196
Soldier's Farewell - 46
Solomon Levi - 156
Spanish National Hymn - 243
St. Patrick's Day - 241
Star Spangled Banner - 216
Sun of My Soul - 142
Sweet and Low - 183
Sweet Hour of Prayer - 137
Take Back the Heart - 76
Then You'll Remember Me (Bohemian Girl) - 98
There is a Green Íill Far Away - 113
There is a Happy Land - 140
There's Music in the Air - 22
Thine Eyes So Blue and Tender - 36
Three Fishers - 27
Through the Leaves - 29
Tit-Willow (Mikado) - 85
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp - 223
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star - 193
Uncle Ned - 198
Upidee - 170
Vacant Chair - 12
Vilia Song (Merry Widow) - 93
Voices of the Woods - 33
Waltz Song (Merry Widow) - 96
Way Down upon de Swanee River - 9
Wearing of the Green - 238
Welsh National Song - 250
We're Tenting To-Night - 217
When Jack Comes Home Again - 174
When Johnny Comes Marching Home - 229
When the Corn Is Waving - 65
When the Swallows Homeward Fly - 58
Where is My Little Dog Gone? - 167
Woman is Fickle (Rigoletto) - 83
Work for the Night is Coming - 138
Wot! Cher - 160
Yankee Doodle - 228


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Subject: Index: Carmina Collegensia (Waite, 1868)
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 19 Jan 09 - 04:35 PM

CARMINA COLLEGENSIA:

A Complete Collection of the Songs of the American Colleges, with piano-forte Accompaniment.
Collected and edited by H. R. Waite, 1868, Oliver Ditson & Co., NY.

Ah! well we remember 198
Ainsi disons 137
Alma Hobart 155
Alma Mater 35, 98, 130, 206
Alma Mater O 61
Alumni Song 98, 122
Always cheerful 102
Amherst and Williams 99
Amherst, our Queen 170
Anniveersary Ode 124
Artillerist's Oath 11
At Wesleyan 195
Audacea 36
Aurem Prebe Mihi 227
Away from the mountains 95
Away to the mountains 94
Ba-be-bi-bo-bu 20
Bacchanal Ballad 144
Bacchanalian 114
Bango 245
Barber, spare those hairs 203
Biennial 95
Biennial Jubilee 67
Biennial Song 174
Bingo 50
Boar Song 232
Boating Song 75
Boon Song 145
Brothers in unity 40
Brunonia 69
Burial of Euclid 103
Caeser of Ostrich 74
Canadian Boat Song 232
Carmen Salutationes 156
Carmen Triumphale 101
Cheer, boys, cheer 132, 187
Chingery Chan 178
Class Day Ode 113
Class Day Song. Trinity 165
Class of '59. Harvard 16
Class of '62. Hobart 157
Class of '65. Madison 122
Class Song 76, 142
Class Song of '67. Trinity
Class Tree Hymn of '67 76
Class we hold so dear 234
Class whose praise we chime 238
Close of Junior year 116
Co-ca-che-lunk 47
College Boy 135
College Boys 144
College Days 92, 196
College Grove 174
College Home 148
College Lay 210
Come all ye jolly Juniors 63
Come all ye jolly Sophomores 165
Come, brothers, drive dull care away
Come, Classmates 63
Come, gather near 186
Come, let us drink to Junior ease 85
Come, raise the Song 186
Concrematio 164
Conics has forever 164
Crambambuli 217
Dactylia 145
Dark Girl 27
Day of Departure 64
Dear Kenyon 185
Dear Wesleyan 198
Die Deutsche Companie 144
Dies Laetus Advenit 100
Dirge 86, 179, 223
Down among the dead 17
Drink to me only 18
Dulce Domum 137
Each to each 185
Evening Bells 59
Evening hours 166
Evening of our College days 60
Evening Song 186
Fair Harvard 6
Fairy Maiden 136
Fairy Moonlight 126
Farewell 136
Farewell Song 154, 162, 234
Fifty-nine 104
Finale 148, 199
First time I saw a Tutor 178
Flag of Magenta 244
Fortune's Ball 228
Four songs within a song 139
French Ode 115
Full far away a City 110
Gallant young Sophomore 173
Gather, ye Smiles 66
Gaudeamus 37, 38
Gay old Amherst Sophomore 173
Generosity 143
German Student Song 178
Giant of Eld 179
Gin Sling 24
Good Night 58
Good old Trinity 160
Gratitude 148
Gratulandum Est 26
Greek Songs 70, 89, 145, 146, 187
Gymnasium Song 178
Hair-Belles 244
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark 141
Happy are we tonight 175, 221
Hark! the Morning Bell 22
Here to-day, with joy 68
Hip, Hurrah 176
Hobart College Song 152
Hobart, our Home 150
Hobart Paddle Song 155
Homeward, Oh! 107
Home we prize 204
Hoosier Sall 223
Hosseou's Philosophy 102
Hurrah for Ann Arbor 209
I came, an emerald Freshman 49
I-eel 43
I'm dreaming now of Hadley 171
Incantation 86
In good old Colony Times 23
In moments of joy 29
In Sanitatum Omnium 22
Integer Vitae 8
In the Grandeur of Age 91
Invocation 164
It's a Way we have at old Harvard 9
I've a Jolly Sixpence 82
Ivy Song 56
Janitor's Song 229
Jolly are we to night 144
Joyous and Free 179
Joys our Spirits feel 238
Jubilate 85, 134
Jubilee, loud jubilee 202
Jubilee Song 198
Junior Ex 233
Junior Supper Song 147
Junior, The 132
King of the Cannibal Islands 169
Kommos 213
Landlords, fill the flowing Bowl 226
Last fond Memento 70
Latin Song 145
Laudatio 117
Lauriger Horatius 39
Lauriger Horatius (translated) 40
Let ev'ry young Sophomore 78
Let loud the Echoing Arches ring 116
Life Preserver 227
Linonia Song 40
Linonia the Wreaths 38
Litoria 41
Logic 111
Lone Fish-ball 15
Lonely round the Portals 174
Long live Old Trinity 160
Lovely Night 13
Lowlands 171
Maid of Athens 21
Marshall's Supper 106
Mary had a Little Lamb 153
Mathematical Jordan 85
May Training 111
Mechanics 121
Medley 221
Memories 157
Menagerie 243
Mermaid 19
Merrily twinkle the Stars 75
Mountains, The 88
Muscle and Mind 178
Must we leave thee 69
My College Course 180
My College Days 136
My Whisker 102
Naenia Librorum 74
New Year 202
Now as the Shadows fall 66
Nunc, nunc, Sodales 191
Nymph of Joy 85
O! Brothers 238
O! Brunonia 79
O! Grandis 197
Oh, hail to our loved N. Y. U. 204
O, Jubilate Omnes 101
O! Tempora 220
O! University 209
October's Leaves 186
Ode 176, 177
Ode to Alma mater 123
Oft in our future 169
Old Amherst 177
Old Brown 72
Old Hobart now towers 156
Old Livy's Sleeping 223
Old Noah 140
Old Poplars 133
Old Sukey 76
Old Time with steady Face 84
Old Williams, 'tis of thee 99
Old Yale 32
Once more our College Halls 234
Once more we meet 148
Our Alma Mater 210
Our College Home 212
Ou hill side Queen 131
Our Jubilee 199
Our Maidens 222
Our Mother on the Hill 143
Our Motto 106
Out of the Freshman Year 238
Parting Ode 65, 117, 188
Parting Song 60, 68, 97, 98, 112, 157, 166, 181, 212
Parting Song of '66 212
Passed Up 197
Past can never die 147
Peach-blow Farm 244
Peter Gray 242
Philologian Song 104
Philotechnician Song 103
Prize Song 100
Questions and Answers 14
Quodlibet 207
Remarkable 180
Retrospect 102
Retrospective 142
Revelry of the Dying 172
Rex Anthropophagae 233
Rig-a-jig 125
Ring-Rust Song 146
Ruby tinted Horn 249
Sapiens et Rubetum 244
Saw my Leg off 217
Semper Fidus 185
Senior Song of '67 (Beloit) 216
Sheepskin, The 51
Shool 44
Shout for Alma Mater 185
Shout high the Anthem 34
Shucking of the Corn 25
Sing out the Glad Song 156
Sing! Sing! 177
Sing Tangent, Cotangent 180
Sit Salus Perpetuo 155
Sixty 104
Sixty-one 105
Sixty-two 105
Sleighing Song 176
Smoking Song 69
Society Ode 124
Soft Eyes are Dreaming 69
Song 75
Song at Evening 115
Song of Hobart 155
Song of the Birds 233
Song of the Bolt 239
Song of the Freshman 222
Song of the graduate 181
Song of '62 (Hobart) 157
Song of '68 (Hamilton) 147
Song of '68 (Hobart) 157
Song of '69 (Michigan) 213
Song of the Smoker 114
Song of the Spoon 53
Song to Old Union 120
Sons of Hamilton 136
Sparking Sunday Night 20
Stars of the Summer Night 57
Strike, strike the string 212
Student's Life 236
Summer dawn 89
Tell me not 46
Tempus Consecratum 191
Terrace Song 128
There;s Music in the Air 237
There's Music in the Heart 83
There was a Man 221
They are gone 188
Three Crows 26
Tide of Time 112
Tinker and Cobbler 22
To calculus Good bye 239
Towering around us 100
Training for Brown 75
Trinity Jubilee 164
'Twas off the Blue Canaries 12
Two Roses 13
Ubi Bene 168
University Song 194, 211
Upidee 23
Upidee (Yale Version) 67
Up in Berkshire 101
Vacation Song 107
Vale 166
Vesper 75
Victory 197
Vive le Capitaine John 177
Vive le N. Y. U. 204
Walls of Old Bowdoin 114
Way down in the Hoosick Valley 93
Way we have at Old Union 128
We're half way through 116
We are one in '68 106
We come To-night 103
We gather here 179
We have been Friends together 190
Welcome to Alumni 148
We'll be Seniors 245
Whately 121
When first the Sun 156
When Midsummer Suns 115
When the Puritans came over 29
When these Days are over 231
Who can tell 138
Why do we Mourn 128
Williams Carol 90
With fleeting Feet 58
With Spirits light 190
Wooden Spoon Song 60
World's all before us 184
World is Clothed with Beauty 90
Young Oysterman 83

Some songs without music, but a tune is given.
Tunes are inserted but once, but are cross-referenced.


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Subject: Index: World's Collection of Patriotic Songs...
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 19 Jan 09 - 05:01 PM

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The World's Collection of Patriotic Songs and Airs of the Different Nations
Vocal and Instrumental Music
[no editor named]
(Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1903)

AMERICA
America - 10
American Hymn - 9
Angel of Peace - 9
Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean - 12
E Pluribus Unum - 20
Hail, Columbia - 14
National Praise - 15
Our Flag is There - 18
Red, White, and Blue - 12
Star Spangled Banner - 19
Yankee Doodle - 16

ARGENTINE REPUBLIC
Argentine Republic National Hymn - 22

AUSTRIA
Austrian National Song - 25

BELGIUM
National Air of Belgium - 26

BOLIVIA
National Air of Bolivia - 28

CHILI
National Anthem of Chili - 30

CHINA
National Air of China - 34

DENMARK
Danish National Hymn - 35

ENGLAND
English National Song ("God Save the Queen") - 36
Roast Beef of Old England - 37
Rule, Brittania - 39

FINLAND
Finnish National Air - 41

FRANCE
Chant of the Girondins - 45
National Hymn of France ("Marseilles Hymn") - 42

GERMANY
National Song of Germany ("Where is the German Fatherland?") - 46
Watch on the Rhine - 48

GREECE
Greek National Song ("Sons of Greece, Come, Arise!") - 49

GUATEMALA
National Hymn of Guatemala - 93

HOLLAND
National Song of Holland - 51

IRELAND
Harp That Once thro' Tara's Halls - 52
Minstrel Boy - 56
Saint Patrick's Day - 54

ITALY
Italian National Hymn - 57

JAPAN
Japanese National Hymn - 59
National Air of Japan - 60

MEXICO
Mexican National Hymn - 62

NORWAY
National Hymn of Norway ("Yes, We Love This Land") - 65
Patriotic Songs of Norway ("Sons of Norway") - 66

PERU
National March of Peru - 67

POLAND
Polish National Song - 69

PORTUGAL
National Air of Portugal - 71

RUSSIA
Russian National Anthem - 73
God Ever Glorious (American Version of Russian National Anthem) - 74

SCOTLAND
Patriotic Songs of Scotland ("Bruce's Address") - 75
National Air of Scotland ("Campbell's are Comin'") - 77

SPAIN
Spanish National Hymn - 78

SWEDEN
Swedish National Air - 81
Swedish National Hymn - 82

SWITZERLAND
National Song of Switzerland ("Herdsman's Song") - 83

TURKEY
Turkish Patriotic Song - 84

UNITED STATES OF BRAZIL
Brazilian National Air - 86
National Air of the United States of Brazil - 88

WALES
Patriotic Song of Wales ("March of the Men of Harlech") - 91


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Subject: Index: Good Old Songs We Used to Sing, Volume 2
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 19 Jan 09 - 06:03 PM

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The Good Old Songs We Used to Sing, Volume 2
With accompaniment for the pianoforte
By J. C. H. [John C. Haynes]
(Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1895)

Aileen, Aroon - 26
Am I Not Fondly Thine Own - 41
American Hymn (The) - 163
Angel of Peace - 164
Baby Mine; or, The Sailor's Wife - 81
Banks of Allan Water (The) - 75
Banks of the Blue Moselle (The) - 56
Battle Prayer (The) - 53
Bell Ringer (The) - 58
Billy Boy - 158
Birdies' Ball (The) - 155
By the Sad Sea Waves - 78
Castles in the Air - 129
Cottage by the Sea - 152
Cousin Jedediah - 131
Cradle Song - 166
Danube River (The) - 150
Darling Nelly Gray - 50
Dearest Mae - 60
Dearest Spot of Earth (The) - 108
Dixie's Land - 70
Dost Thou Love Me, Sister Ruth? - 13
Dreaming of Home and Mother - 137
Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes - 39
Driven from Home - 6
Dumbarton's Bonny Dell - 83
Dying Nun (The) - 138
Evening Song to the Virgin - 154
Faded Flowers - 134
Fairy Belle - 35
Gentle Annie - 62
Good-Night and Pleasant Dreams - 31
'Gwine to Run All Night - 97
Hazel Dell (The) - 18
Heart Bowed Down (The) - 14
Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still - 157
Hurrah for Old New England - 146
I Am Weary with Rowing - 86
I Cannot Sing the Old Songs - 29
I Know Not Why I Love Thee - 103
I Once Knew a Normandy Maid - 51
I'd Choose to Be a Daisy - 20
If I Were a Voice - 21
I'm Alone, All Alone - 85
I've Brought Thee an Ivy Leaf - 104
Jamie's on the Stormy Sea - 69
Jennie, the Flower of Kildare - 76
John Anderson, My Jo - 65
Johnny Sands - 122
Last Week I Took a Wife - 109
Light of Other Days (The) - 141
Little Brown Church (The) - 107
Little Brown Jug (The) - 93
Lords of Creation (The) - 38
Love's Chidings - 23
Love's Young Dream - 47
Low Backed Car (The) - 160
Mable Clare - 135
Maid of Athens - 96
Mary of the Wild Moor - 82
Massa's in de Cold Ground - 161
Mollie Darling - 112
Moon behind the Hill (The) - 100
Mrs. Lofty and I - 101
Murmur, Gentle Lyre - 33
My Trundle Bed - 54
Near the Banks of That Lone River - 132
No One to Love - 92
O Whistle and I'll Come to You, My Lad - 116
O, Wert Thou in the Cauld Blast - 111
Oh! Susanna - 73
Oh, How Brightly - 99
Oh, Whisper What Thou Feelest - 143
Old Musician and His Harp (The) - 30
Old Time (The) - 11
Over the Sea - 89
Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow (The) - 40
Robin Redbreast - 144
Rock Me to Sleep, Mother - 120
Rose of Killarney (The) - 79
Scenes That Are Brightest - 8
Scotch Lassie Jean - 42
Separation (The) - 128
Shells of Ocean - 16
Star of Glengarry (The) - 24
Sunrise - 37
Sweet Spirit, Hear My Prayer - 46
Take This Letter to My Mother - 105
Tenting on the Old Camp Ground - 27
There's Music in the Air - 19
Thou Hast Wounded the Spirit That Loved Thee - 67
'Twere Vain to Tell Thee All I Feel - 34
Twinkling Stars Are Laughing, Love - 118
We Girls Never Mean Half We Say - 164
We Have Meet, Loved, and Parted - 126
We Parted by the River Side - 44
What Will You Do, Love? - 63
When I Saw Sweet Nellie Home - 90
When the Kye Comes Hame - 72
When the Swallows Homeward Fly - 66
When Ye Gang Awa', Jamie - 95
When You and I Were Young, Maggie - 147
Where Are You Going, My Pretty Maid? - 113
Whip-Poor-Will's Song - 115
Whispering Hope - 3
Widow in the Cottage by the Sea-Side (The) - 87
Wildwood Flowers - 149
Winds That Waft My Sighs to Thee (The) - 124
Work for the Night Is Coming - 49
You've Been a Friend to Me - 140


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Subject: Index: Galaxy of Song (Wellings, 1883)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 19 Jan 09 - 09:59 PM

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Galaxy of Song
Popular songs, with complete accompaniments for the piano or cabinet organ, and their composers, favorite vocalists and well-known conductors.
By Milton Wellings
([Philadelphia]: T. Hunter, 1883)

Adore and be still - Gounod - 161
All hail the power of Jesus' name - Holden - 328
Angel at the window - Tours - 170
Angels ever bright and fair - Handel - 237
Annie Laurie - Dunn - 146
At the ferry - Wellings - 265
Auld lang syne - "Scotch" - 226
Awake - Adams - 275
Believe me, if all those endearing young charms - Moore - 169
Bend in the river - Blumenthal - 223
Bird in the wood - Taubert - 250
Birds of a feather - Roeckel - 246
Blow ye the trumpet, blow - Edson - 330
Cast thy burden upon the Lord - Diehl - 147
Change of twenty years - Hatton - 195
Come thou fount of ev'ry blessing - Ancient - 328
Come unto me - Lindsay - 279
Come we that love the Lord - Schumann - 330
Coming home (Duet) - Sullivan - 214
Coming thro' the rye - "Scotch" - 284
Consider the lilies - Topliff - 257
Cooper's song (from "Boccaccio") - Suppe - 310
Crucifix - Faure - 148
Daisy (A) song - Gatty - 277
Drifting - Claribel - 262
Eyes so blue - Pinsuti - 193
Finger-prints upon the pane - Westendorf - 291
Fly forth, O gentle dove - Pinsuti - 302
Forever faithful - Sainton-Dolby - 149
Free lance am I - Campana - 206
Golden land - Mattei - 260
Golden love - Wellings - 140
Good-bye - Tosti - 202
Harbor-bar - Sainton-Dolby - 144
Harp that once thro' Tara's halls - Moore - 141
Heart bow'd down - Balfe - 256
I cannot say good-bye - Roeckel - 188
I cannot sing the old songs - Claribel - 264
In summer-time - Marzials - 189
In the gloaming - Harrison - 221
I sing because I love to sing (Duet) - Pinsuti - 293
Jesus, lover of my soul - Marsh - 327
Kismet, Duet (from "Fatinitza") - Suppe - 325
Kiss on the shoulder (from "Beggar Student") - Millocker - 320
Les Rameaux - Faure - 175
Let my name be kindly spoken - Danks - 234
Little mountain lad - Roeckel - 244
Little tin soldier - Molloy - 252
Looking back - Sullivan - 222
Lord Chancellor's song (from "Iolanthe") - Sullivan - 314
Lord's (The) my shepherd - Simpson - 327
Lost chord - Sullivan - 267
Love's lament - Tosti - 162
Magnet and churn (from "Patience") - Sullivan - 312
Message - Blumenthal - 184
Message to heaven - Tours - 298
Midshipmite - Adams - 283
Miller and the maid - Marzials - 236
Must we leave the old home, mother? - Huntley - 210
My dearest heart - Sullivan - 254
My little queen - Pinsuti - 242
Never again - Cowen - 304
Non é ver - Mattei - 172
No, sir - Wakefield - 227
Not a sparrow falleth - Abt - 191
Old sexton - Russell - 270
On a March night - Taubert - 307
Once - Hatton - 219
Once again - Sullivan - 306
One morning, oh, so early - Gatty - 152
Only - Gabriel - 167
Orange blossoms - Geibel - 176
O ye tears - Abt - 199
Palms - Faure - 175
Peacefully slumber - Randegger - 296
Perplexity - Abt - 204
Poor wandering one (from "Pirates of Penzance") - Sullivan - 315
Rock of Ages - Hastings - 327
Ruby - Gabriel - 288
Saved from the storm - Barri - 158
Scout - Campana - 178
Second thoughts are best - Randegger - 286
See the pale moon (Duet) - Campana - 232
Simon, the cellarer - Hatton - 218
Sleep well, sweet angel - Abt - 273
Some day - Wellings - 271
Some day I'll wander back again - Huntley - 281
Song of the old bell - Barri - 290
Song (The) for me - Watson - 151
Stay, sweet swallow - Tours - 154
Storm-fiend - Roeckel - 211
Students' duet (from "Beggar Student") - Millocker - 323
Sun of my soul - Monk - 328
Sweet the moments - Martin - 329
That sweet story of old - Marzials - 248
There is a fountain - Western - 330
There is a green hill far away - Gounod - 142
There is rest for the weary - Ancient - 329
This is my dream - Wellings - 181
Thy sentinel am I - Watson - 164
'Tis not true - Mattei - 172
Too late - Lindsay - 182
Trust her not (Quartette) - Sudds - 228
Trying to forget - Diehl - 174
Twenty years ago - Gatty - 168
Twilight on the sea (Quartette) - Sudds - 239
Warrior bold - Adams - 263
Watching and waiting - Cowen - 208
Watchman, tell us of the night - Bowring - 329
We'd better bide a wee - Claribel - 198
Wedding day - Blumenthal - 300
When life is brightest (Duet) - Pinsuti - 200
When sparrows build - Gabriel - 156
When the swallows homeward fly - Abt - 285
When you're afloat (from "Princess Toto") - Clay - 319


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Subject: Index: Songs of DePauw (Howe, 1890)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 19 Jan 09 - 10:17 PM

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Songs of DePauw
A collection of college songs as rendered by the DePauw Male Quartette, The Apollo and Lorelei Clubs, Students of DePauw University.
By James Hamilton Howe
(Boston: J. M. Russell, 1890)

Angels of Even-tide - 17
Ave Maria (with Baritone Solo) - 65
Bill of Fare - 28
Bird Let Loose - 24
Bull Dog - 49
Catastrophe - 31
Co-ca-che-lunk - 33
Courtship - 34
Dear Evelina - 37
DePauw Rally - 15
DePauw Yodel - 16
Die Lorelei - 19
Forsaken (Female Voices) - 69
Forsaken (Male Voices) - 38
Forty-nine Bottles - 39
Give to the Winds - 89
Good Night, Ladies - 39
Hoarse Singers - 50
Holloa-halloa - 70
Japanese Serenade - 40
Jubilee Hymn - 11
Lord's Prayer - 23
Love Divine - 77
Lullaby (Anderson) - 73
Lullaby (Brahms) - 72
Man-in-the-Moon's Ball - 52
Mary Had a Little Lamb - 43
My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean - 45
Owl and the Pussy Cat - 53
Pan-Hellenic Song - 46
Pan-Thygeterian Song - 74
Peter Gray - 47
Soldier's Farewell - 48
Swiss Love Song - 76
The Sea - 94
Those Evening Bells - 59
Thou Art My Own Love - 57
Three Crows - 39
Tying Her Bonnet under Her Chin - 20
Tyrolese Hunter's Song - 60
Visit to the Menagerie - 26
We Bring No Glittering Treasure - 81
Why Should I Leave Thee? - 64
Young Lover - 56


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Subject: Index: Chansons Populaires du Canada (Morgan, 1880
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 20 Jan 09 - 11:32 PM

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Chansons Populaires du Canada
Recueillies et publiées avec annotations, etc.
Par Ernest Gagnon
(Québec: R. Morgan, 1880)

A la claire fontaine - 1 et 283
A la santé de ces jeunes mariés - 291
A Saint-Malo, beau port de mer - 24
Adam et Eve - 161
Ah! je m'en vais entrer en danse! - 217
Ah! qui marierons-nous? - 151
Ah! qui me passera le bois? - 90
Ah! si mon moine voulait danser! - 129
An bois du rossignolet - 108
Au jardin de mon père - 44
Aurai-je Nanette? - 48
Bal chez Boulé - 116
Bonhomme, bonhomme - 227
Cécilia - 31
Celle que mon cœur aime - 299
C'est dans la ville de Bytown - 66
C'est dans la ville de Rouen - 119
C'est dans Paris ya-t-une brune - 185
C'est la belle Françoise - 8, 10 et 11
C'est la plus belle de céans - 219
C'est la poulette grise - 261
C'est le bon vin qui danse - 221
C'est l'vent frivolant - 22
C'est Pinson avec Cendrouille - 279
C'était une frégate - 209
Chez mon père ya trois filles - 286
Dans les chantiers nous hivernerons - 100
Dans les prisons de Nantes - 26 et - 28
Dans ma main droite je tiens rosier - 147
Dans Paris ya-t-une brune - 170
Dans tous les cantons - 295
Descendez à l'ombre - 16 et 17
Digue dindaine - 50
D'où viens-tu, bergère? - 266
En filant ma quenouille - 214
En revenant de la jolie Rochelle - 155
En roulant ma boule - 12
Entre Paris et Saint-Denis - 303
Et moi je m'en passe! - 33
Et moi je m'enfouiyais - 145
Fendez le bois, chauffez le four - 112
François Marcotte - 274
Fringue, fringue - 62
Frit à l'huile - 65
Gai lon la, gai le rosier - 40
Genticorum - 64
Hier sur le pont d'Avignon - 97
Il n'y a qu'un seul Dien - 306
Isabeau s'y promène - 37
Jacquot Hugues - 271
J'ai cueilli la belle rose - 87
J'ai fait une maîtresse - 137
J'ai perdu mon amant - 195
J'ai tant dansé, j'ai tant santé! - 48
J'ai tant d'enfants à marier! - 149
J'ai trop grand' peur des loups! - 178
J'ai trouvé le nique de lièvre - 153
J'ai vu le loup, le renard passer - 180
J'aimerai tendrement - 20
Jamais je nourrirai de geai - 233 et 237
Je le mène bien mon dévidoi! - 181
Je me suis mis au rang d'aimer - 212
Je n'ai pas de barbe au menton - 191 et 194
Je ne veux pas d'un habitant - 268
J'entends le moulin, tique, tique, taque - 223
La bibournoise - 74
La fille du roi d'Espagne - 127
La guignolée - 238
La poulette grise - 263
Le juif errant - 131
Le p'tit bois d'l'ail - 142
Lève ton pied - 18
Malbrough - 254
Marianne s'en va-t-au moulin - 121
Marianson, dame jolie - 157
M'en revenant de Saint-André - 183
Mon beau ruban gris - 55 et - 58
Mon cri cra, tire la lirette - 54
Mon père avait un beau champ de pois - 114
Mon ton ton turlutaine - 35
Nous étions trois capitaines - 189
Papillon tu es volage - 187
Par derrièr' chez ma tante ya-t-un arbre planté - 175
Par derrièr' chez mon père - 4
Perrette est bien malade - 286
Petit rocher de la haute montagne - 200
Pinpanipole - 258
Pipandor à la balance - 261
P'tit Jean - 105
Quand j'étais chez mon père - 70
Qui veut manger du lièvre - 229
Sainte Marguerite - 258
Si tu te mets anguille - 78
Suivons le vent - 23
Sur le pont d'Avignon - 94 et - 99
Sur le pont de Nantes - 225
Tenaouiche tenaga ouicheka! - 124
Un Canadien errant - 78
Un jour l'envie m'a pris de déserter de France - 168
Une perdriole - 82
Va, va, va, p'tit bonnet, grand bonnet - 59
Vive la Canadienne! - 4
Vive Napoléon! - 76
V'là l'bon vent! - 2l
Voici le temps et la saison - 198


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Subject: Index: Merry Songs (S. C. Hanson, 1889)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 01:49 PM

This seems to be the same book as the one posted by Q at 14-Jan-09 - 08:24 PM (but, inexplicably, with a different subtitle). I am repeating the index here so that users of this index can take advantage of the images at Google Books.

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Merry Songs
A one-book course in the theory and practice of music for schools, institutes, normals, etc.
By S. C. Hanson [Samuel Conrad Hanson]
(Chicago: A. Flanagan Company, 1889)

America - 76
At the Crowning - 70
Baby's Gone to Sleep - 72
Banner of Victory - 86
Battle Hymn of the Republic - 112
Be a Thinker, Not a Dreamer - 88
Beware - 85
Brudder Eben - 78
Bugle Song, The - 35
By the Noble River's Side - 101
Christmas Welcome - 63
Climbing the Hill - 66
Closing Song - 45
Columbia - 90
Cowden - 33
Farmer Boy, The - 94
First Walk, The - 27
Forest Beauties - 84
Gaudeamus - 75
Glorious Banner - 61
God Is Everywhere - 64
Golden Side, The - 30
Good Advice - 21
Guide Me - 74
Hail Columbia - 104
Haste, Schoolmates, Haste - 29
Hear Our Pleading - 60
I'll Try - 51
I'm a Millionaire - 76
I's a Gwine Back Souf - 99
Jesus Only - 33
Jonathan's Tea Party - 111
Joyous Summer Day, The - 81
June - 34
Keeping Time - 54
Learn a Little Every Day - 39
Life Is What We Make It - 44
Little-hearted Man - 92
Lord's Prayer, The - 43
May - 67
Merry Rain - 18
Merry Songs - 19
Mighty Storm King - 96
Morning Song - 80
Music Everywhere - 53
My Lady Sleeps - 93
Nobody Seems to Know - 40
Novel Key - 3
Now Is the Time to Be Busy - 91
Oh, Give Me a Home by the Sea - 50
On the Sunny Side - 100
Our American Boy - 20
Our Flag Is There - 116
Red, White and Blue - 114
Remember Him Now - 80
Return of the Flowers - 25
San Joaquin - 83
Scattering Seed - 36
Sing to Me, Mother - 62
Smile When You Can - 31
Snow Flakes - 17
Soft Flowing River - 69
Song of Nature - 68
Spring and Summer - 22
Star Spangled Banner - 107
Sweet Sabbath Eve - 95
Sweet Summer's Gone Away - 48
Teach Us Something New Today - 82
They Come No More - 26
Those Evening Bells - 58
Thy Will Be Done - 69
Tirolee - 49
Travelling the High Road to Learning - 47
Uncle Sam's School - 37
Vacation Is Over - 65
Village Band, The - 55
Voyager's Star, The - 87
We Are Pressing On - 71
We Come - 57
Weary Work - 52
When We Are Women and Men - 28
Where Is the Lazy Scholar - 59
Whistle Guard, The - 46
Winter Winds - 38
Worker's March, The - 42
Yankee Doodle - 109


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Subject: Index: Songs of Harvard (Noble, 1913)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 10:56 PM

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Songs of Harvard
By Lloyd Adams Noble
(New York: Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, 1913)

Amici - 190
And Then - 173
Annie Laurie - 55
At the Hop - 34
Auf Wiedersehn - 149
Aura Lee - 43
Australia - 137
Ba-Be-Bi-Bo-Bu - 164
Bavarian Yodel - 20
Bingo - 26
Blow, Ye Winds, Heigh-Ho! - 88
Bohunkus - 143
Breakfast - 151
Bring the Wagon Home, John - 75
Broke! Broke! Broke! - 149
Bull-Dog, The - 96
Canoeing Song - 155
Chant - 147
Ching-a-Ling - 152
Co-Eds' Chant - 65
College Bell, The - 178
College Days of Old - 177
College Proverb, A - 176
Commencement Hymn, A - 190
Crimson Triumph - 115
Crow Song - 114
Dance with Me - 36
Dear Evelina, Sweet Evelina - 54
Dear Old Pals - 13
Demonstration, A - 35
Dixie's Land - 126
Down by the Stream (Rebecca) - 165
Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes - 72
Dutch Company, The - 97
Ecce Quam Bonum - 105
Elixir Juventatis - 144
Fair Harvard - 1
Fair Radcliffe - 170
Fight, Fight for Harvard - 68
Floating 'Mid the Lilies - 161
Forsaken - 71
Forty-nine Bottles - 103
Gaudeamus - 148
Good Old College Days, The - 3
Good-Bye, Sweetheart, Good-Bye - 37
Good-Night, Ladies! - 189
Gridiron King, The - 92
H2SO4 - 111
Ham Bone Am Sweet - 136
Happy Are We To-Night - 16
Hark, I Hear a Voice! - 78
Harvard Every Day - 32
Harvard Hymn - 181
Harvard Spirit - 38
Harvard Yard, The - 27
Harvardiana - 46
Harvard's Day - 139
Harvard's Victory - 106
Health to All Good Fellows, A - 13
Here's to You! - 35
Honey Dat I Love So Well - 172
I Arise from Dreams of Thee - 166
I Doubt It - 81
Imitation of a Bagpipe - 65
Institute Song - 123
Integer Vitae - 149
I've Lost My Doggie - 120
Jingle Bells - 58
John Brown's Body - 127
John Harvard, Here's to You! - 18
Johnny Harvard - 21
Jolly Boating Weather - 158
Jolly Golfing Weather - 30
Juanita - 70
Last Night - 61
Levee Song - 118
Little Old Red Shawl, The - 135
Lizette - 186
Lone Fish-ball, The - 150
Long Live Harvard - 29
Loreley, The - 160
Love's Old Sweet Song - 62
Maid of Athens - 50
Man Who Has Plenty of Good Peanuts, The - 98
Meerschaum Pipe - 83
Mermaid, The - 82
Midshipmite, The - 84
My Bonnie - 79
My Last Cigar - 104
My Old Kentucky Home - 132
Nelly Was a Lady - 134
Noah's Ark - 103
Old Black Joe - 125
Old College Chum - 3
Old College Clock in the Tower, The - 175
Old Folks at Home - 124
On the Chapel Steps - 180
On to Victory - 64
Onward to the Goal - 56
Our College Cheer - 141
Our Director - 69
Over the Banister - 66
Parody Song, A - 102
Polly-Wolly-Doodle - 138
Polyglot's Wooing, The - 174
Pope, The - 110
Quilting Party, The - 60
Rebecca - 165
Romeo and Juliet - 168
Rosalie - 80
Round the Old Camp Fire - 185
Score - 86
Scotty - 142
She Answered Me Nay - 164
She Is So Fair - 53
She Shook Her Head - 73
Should Auld Acquaintance be Forgot - 191
Smoker's Anthem - 146
Soldier's Farewell - 51
Soldier's Field - 128
Solomon Levi - 90
Song of Loyalty, A - 145
Spanish Cavalier, The - 52
Stars of the Summer Night - 67
Student's Farewell, The - 192
Sun of Victory, The - 76
Sweet and Low - 167
Sweetheart, I Wait for Thee - 63
Take My Love to Rosalie - 42
Tarpaulin Jacket - 159
There Were Three Books - 203
There's Music in the Air - 17
Three Blind Mice - 111
Three Little Kittens - 113
Toast to Harvard, A - 24
Toast, A - 171
Two Hands - 154
Two Little Flies - 120
Two Roses, The - 31
Up the Street - 121
Upidee - 74
Upon the College Campus - 12
Vacant Stare, The - 73
Veritas - 4
Victory - 100
Vive L'Amour - 105
Warrior Bold, A - 44
We Meet Again To-night - 14
We Stand by Our Classes - 25
We're Tenting To-night - 182
When First I Kissed Sweet Margaret - 59
When She is Gone - 45
When We Fi't for Gin'ral Grant - 183
Where Has My Little Dog Gone - 112
Where, Î Where - 188

ALMA MATER SONGS OF OTHER COLLEGES
All Hail to the College Beautiful (Wellesley) - 200
Alma Mater (Brown) - 199
Alma Mater (Cornell) - 211
Alma Mater (Illinois) - 218
Alma Mater (University of Chicago) - 219
Alma Mater (University of Wisconsin) - 222
Alma Mater (Vassar) - 210
Benny Havens, Oh! (West Point) - 212
Bowdoin Beata (Bowdoin) - 198
Bright College Years (Yale) - 195
Cheer for the Purple (North-Western) - 220
Come Raise the Song (Wesleyan) - 202
Dartmouth, Our Dartmouth! (Dartmouth) - 203
Down the Field (Yale) - 196
Golden Bear, The (University of California) - 226
Hail to Denver U. (Denver University) - 224
Hail, Pennsylvania! (University of Penn.) - 215
Hail, Stanford, Hail! (Leland-Stanford U.) - 225
Lord Geoffrey Amherst (Amherst) - 206
Oh! Fairest Alma Mater (Smith) - 204
Oh, Syracuse (Syracuse University) - 213
Old Nassau (Princeton University) - 214
Royal Purple, The (Williams) - 208
Sans Souci (Columbia University) - 197
Scarlet and Gray Forever, The (Ohio S. U.) - 216
Technology (Mass. Institute of Technology) - 217
We Cheer for the U. of M. (Univ. of Minn.) - 223
Yellow and Blue (University of Michigan) - 221


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Subject: Index: Ditson Community Chorus Collection, Book 1
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 21 Jan 09 - 10:59 PM

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The Ditson Community Chorus Collection, Book I
[No editor named]
(Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1917)

Alice, Where Art Thou? - 2
All Through the Night - 4
America - 1
Annie Laurie - 3
Auld Lang Syne - 1
Battle-Hymn of the Republic - 4
Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms - 6
Ben Bolt - 7
Blue-Bells of Scotland - 8
Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean - 9
Comin' thro' the Rye - 10
Dearest Spot Is Home, The - 11
Dixie's Land - 12
Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes - 13
Flow Gently, Sweet Afton - 14
Good Night, Farewell - 15
Good Night, Ladies - 16
Hail! Columbia - 18
Harp That Once through Tara's Halls, The - 16
Home Again - 20
Home, Home, Can I Forget Thee - 17
Home, Sweet Home - 17
How Can I Leave Thee? - 19
In the Gloaming - 21
Juanita - 21
Last Rose of Summer, The - 22
Life on the Ocean Wave, A - 23
Long, Long Ago - 24
Massa's in the Cold, Cold Ground - 25
Minstrel Boy, The - 26
My Old Kentucky Home - 27
Nancy Lee, - 28
Old Black Joe - 30
Old Folks at Home - 31
Old Oaken Bucket, The - 32
Robin Adair - 33
Sailing - 34
Soldier's Farewell, The - 35
Speed Our Republic - 36
Star-Spangled Banner, The - 37
Sweet and Low - 38
Tenting on the Old Camp Ground - 39
Vacant Chair, The - 40
When You and I Were Young - 41

HYMNS
Abide with Me - 42
Come, Thou Almighty King - 42
God Ever Glorious - 43
How Gentle God's Commands! - 43
Lead, Kindly Light - 44
Mighty Fortress Is Our God, A - 44
Nearer, My God, to Thee - 45
Onward, Christian Soldiers - 47
Work, for the Night Is Coming - 48
O Come, All Ye Faithful - 46


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Subject: Index: Songs We Love (Morrison, 1902)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 22 Jan 09 - 12:11 AM

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Songs We Love
All the favorites from every land, designed and arranged for home, church and school; the choicest and most delightful musical gems, embracing sacred, comic and sentimental.
By D. H. Morrison
(Chicago: L. G. Stahl, 1902)

And Ye Shall Seek Me - Marshall - 231
Annie Laurie - Scotch Song - 237
At Jesus' Feet - Armstrong - 229
Auld Days - Jolly - 212
Baby Mine - Johnston - 188
Battle Prayer, The - Himmel - 106
Beautiful City of God, The - Geibel - 226
Beautiful City, The - Judson - 228
Beautiful Land - Lowry - 124
Bell Ringer, The - Wallace - 382
Bethesda - Geibel - 227
Beyond the Smiling and the Weeping - Tarbutton - 113
Birdie Looking out for Me - Lynn - 52
Bridge of Sighs, The - Hood - 140
Bright Sparkles in the Churchyard - - 130
Bugler, The - Pinsuti - 149
Call unto Me - Marshall - 8
Child's Wish, A - Davenant - 241
Come and Kiss Me - Millard - 32
Come to the Deep Clear River - Kieffer - 318
Come unto Me - Geibel - 206
Come, Dorothy, Come - - 334
Coming thro' the Rye - Scotch Song - 302
Consecration - Kirkpatrick - 320
Day Is Done, The - Balfe - 358
De Cabin on the Mississippi Shore - Danks - 196
Dearest Mae - Crosby - 242
Don't Give Up the Ship - Marshall - 347
Dublin Bay - Barker - 168
Evening Song to the Virgin - Hemans - 119
Eyes That Watch for Me - Geibel - 44
Fair Katie - Elliott - 12
Flagg - Von Weber - 148
Flee, as a Bird - Dana - 252
Forget All Thy Sorrows - Millard - 72
Garden Gate, The - Grampian - 214
Glorious News - Emerson - 94
Go Down, Moses - - 172
Go Let the Angels In - Anderson - 255
Grandmother's Chair - Read - 162
Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah - Flotow - 207
Hark, I Hear the Angels Calling - Geibel - 105
Hark, the Angels Song Is Singing - Leslie - 239
He Kissed Me, and I Knew 'Twas Wrong - Robyn - 284
He's the Lily of the Valley - - 18
Highland Mary - Anon - 51
Hold My Hand - Geibel - 267
Holy Night, Peaceful Night - Barnby - 288
Home So Blest - Abt - 114
Home, Sweet Home - Bishop - 303
I Ain't Going to Die Anymore - - 24
I Cannot Sing the Old Songs - Claribel - 224
I Was Glad - Pierce - 159
I Whistle and Wait for Katie - Baker - 86
I Will Arise - Leslie - 42
I'd Mourn the Hopes That Leave Me - Moore - 240
If Papa Were Only Ready - Bliss - 259
In the Gloaming - Harrison - 278
Irish Exile, The - Old Melody - 245
I'se Comin' Close to Eighty Year - Vickers - 77
It Was a Song My Mother Sang - Vickers - 36
I've Something Sweet to Tell You - Lloyd - 25
Jamie o' Dundee - Millard - 40
Jamie's on the Stormy Sea - Covert - 232
John Anderson, My Jo - - 321
Jolly Good Laugh, A - Thomas - 310
Kate Kearney - Lee - 234
Kathleen Aroon - Abt - 281
Killarney - Balfe - 319
Kitty of Coleraine - Crampton - 186
Land o' the Leal, The - Webster - 260
Land without a Storm, A - Solomon - 287
Larboard Watch - Williams - 293
Last Cigar - - 158
Let Erin Remember the Days of Old - Moore - 201
Little Dog under the Wagon, The - Bishop - 30
Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane, The - Hays - 299
Little Ones at Home, The - Lockwood - 315
Little Talk with Jesus, A - Fischer - 280
Little Volunteers, The - - 216
Little Wife Nelly - Kennedy - 9
Lord's Prayer, The - Marshall - 280
Lovely Silent Night - Gabriel - 129
Mamma! Mamma! - Blewitt - 122
Meeting of the Waters, The - Moore - 233
Message from the King, The - Pinsuti - 134
Minstrel Boy, The - Moore - 211
Mister Speaker, Tho' 'Tis Late - Baildon - 371
Monks of Old, The - Glover - 268
Mother, Watch the Little Feet - - 262
Mrs. Lofty and I - Hutchinson - 125
Murmuring Sea, The - Glover - 21
My Ain Countrie - Scotch Song - 173
My Angeline - Millard - 4
My Gentle Harp - Moore - 108
My Own Cottage Home - Glenn - 205
Names upon the Sand - Morley - 82
Nannie - Hunt - 222
Never Forget the Dear Ones - Root - 3
O, Are Ye Sleeping, Maggie? - Root - 88
O, Wert Thou in the Cauld Blast - Mendelssohn - 220
O. Hush Thee, My Baby - Sullivan - 67
Oh, That We Two Were Maying - Gounod - 364
Old Folks at Home - Foster - 305
Old Oaken Bucket, The - Smith - 85
Old Stone Mill, The - Brown - 80
On the Rocks by Aberdeen - Catty - 246
One Sweetly Solemn Thought - Palmer - 97
Only a Little Beggar Maiden - Fulton - 328
Only to See Her Face Again - Stewart - 192
Open Door, The - Abbey - 244
Over the Garden Wall - Fox - 282
Parting and Meeting - Mendelssohn - 327
Pass under the Rod - Mrs. Dana - 275
Pilgrim, The - Adams - 340
Pretty Little Jennie - Millard - 90
Remember Now Thy Creator - Leslie - 264
Rest on the Bosom of Love - Root - 167
Resting at the Cross - Kirkpatrick - 292
Ring Dem Heavenly Bells - Lucas - 180
Ring On, My Bells - Cirillo - 307
Rose Bush, The - Hodges - 62
Rosy Goblet, The - Stone - 190
Sailing - Marks - 270
Sandman, The - Geibel - 174
Saviour, Pilot Me - Gould - 306
Scots, Wha Hae Wi' Wallace Bled - Thomson - 238
Sentence, Come unto Me - Marshall - 179
Shells of Ocean - Cherry - 256
Silent Night - Barnby - 102
Silver Bells of Memory - Dale - 59
Sing Hosannas Loud and Clear - Johnson - 357
Sleep, Baby, Sleep - Pease - 47
Song of the Flax Spinner - Leslie - 372
Song of Welcome - - 258
Songs My Darling Sang, The - Millard - 116
Steal Away - - 251
Swanee River - - 305
Swift Hunter, The - Marshall - 219
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - - 225
That Is Love - McGlennon - 202
Then You'll Remember Me - Balfe - 250
There's a Land 'mid the Stars - Glenn - 35
There's a Light in the Valley - Bliss - 166
There's a Little Leaf, Dear Jamie - Dougherty - 100
There's Always Sunlight Somewhere - Geibel - 170
Thou Art With Me, O My Father - Leslie - 111
'Tis Birdie's Evening Prayer - Rea - 183
'Tis the Home I Long to See - Dougherty - 208
'Tis the Last Rose of Summer - Flotow - 6
Trancadillo - Brown - 98
Turn Back Pharaoh's Army - - 263
Two Roses, The - Werner - 249
Vive L'Amour - - 266
Waiting, Only Waiting - Perkins - 304
Warrior Bold, A - Adams - 176
Watch on the Rhine - Wilhelm - 178
Watcher at the Gate, The - Towner - 248
When the Corn is Gathered In - Henry - 230
When We Hear the Music Ringing - Marshall - 29
Where are the Old Folks? - Sweney - 291
While the Years Are Rolling On - Sweney - 261
Wi' a Hundred Pipers - - 194
With Tearful Eyes - - 121
Within a Mile of Edinboro - Hook - 84
Within This Sacred Dwelling - Mozart - 112
Would You? - Marshall - 7
Ye Shepherds Tell Me - Massinghi - 322
Yes, Sir - Wakefield - 14


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Subject: Index: Golden Glees
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 23 Jan 09 - 08:26 PM

GOLDEN GLEES

A Collection of Songs including The Science of Vocal Music for Schools, Institutes and Singing Classes.

S. C. Hanson, 1895, Pub. A. Flanagan Company, Chicago.

Adieu 126
All Hail Our Glorious Banner 119
America 160
Auld Lang Syne 178
A Queer Boy 114
A Song of Spring 134
Away, Away to School 123
Awake, ye Hunters, Awake 142
Be Happy as You Can 57
Beautiful River 46
Be Kind to Your Playmates Now 138
Beneath the Flag 104
Birds Chorus 137
Bless Our Schools 27
Bonny Flag 175
Character Building 61
Child's Prayer 101
Chime On, Sweet Village bells 76
Coasting Song 74
Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean 176
Coming Home 165
Come Out to the Meadows 127
Coronation 188
Curfew 147
Dancing Brook 38
Do it Right Away 70
Do Your Best 88
Doxology 173
Evening Reverie 69
Exercises for Practice 17
Farewell 115
Father's Growing Old, John 72
Fire Alarm 25
Flag of the Free 174
Flow Gently, Sweet Afton 184
Flowers of Spring 34
Flower Praises 56
Freedom's Glorious Song 94
Freedom's Martyred Chief 98
Friendship's Diadem 49
Gaily Our Boat Glides O'er the Sea 58
Gems of Beauty 30
Glory 162
Good Night 45
Happy and Gaily 100
Happy Days 31
Hey, Dey Diddle 24
Home and Mother 32
Home, Sweet Home 179
I Love the Merry Warblers 73
In God's Good Time 52
In Our Boat 118
It Pays 121
In the Woods of Tennessee 146
Its Vera Weel 148
I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes 29
Jolly Old Winter 50
Land That Gave Us Birth 104
Laugh Whenever You Can 62
Last Rose of Summer 183
Let Laughter Ring 130
Let Us Learn of the Stars 140
Light Tripping 152
Little Birdie 35
Love Makes the Home 106
Lovely Spring Has Come 68
Merry Games at School 80
Merrily On We Go 60
Minstrel Boy 182
Morning Song 43
Morning Work Song 28
Music Everywhere 36
Music in the Air 190
My Country 154
My Mountain Home 91
Nature's Heart Again Rejoices 82
Nearer My God, to Thee 188
Old Folks at Home 186
Our Flag is Floating Today 26
Pleasant Faces 50
Preliminary Suggestions 12
Remember Thy Redeemer 90
Riding on the Train 108
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep 53
Rock of Ages 189
September Days 112
Singing so Cheerfully 71
Sleepy Bye Song 40
Speak Softly, Gently 42
Summer 103
Sure Foundation 172
The Brook 25
The Berry Pickers Round 109
The Brave Old Oak 128
The Father Knows 79
The Flower that Blooms for All 132
The Giant and the Dwarf 131
The Hearty Laugh 102
The Jolly Fishers 44
The Lesson of Spring 37
The Merry Bells 96
The Olden Theme 111
The Picnic 110
The Rainy Day 133
The School House on the Hill 48
They Shall be Comforted 83
The Sod School House 120
The Songs We Used to Sing 124
The Triumph of the Right 150
Toilers' Jubilee 170
To Joyful Sports 155
Warbled Wood-Notes Wild 122
Washington and Liberty 92
Waves of the Sea 84
Welcome Song 136
Welcome 78
Weeping Weather 66
What Fairy-like Music 64
What Is Liberty? 168
What is the Use of Sighing 95
When Mither's Gane 95
When the Old Flag Waves 166
Why Do We Sigh 54
Winter is Over 145
Words of Love 39
Work, for the Night is Coming 187
Ye Lads and Lassies 86


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Subject: Index: Davidson's Universal Melodist (Vol 1, 1853)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 26 Jan 09 - 04:16 PM

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Davidson's Universal Melodist [Vol. 1]
Consisting of the music and words of popular, standard, and original songs, &c., arranged so as to be equally adapted for the sight-singer, the performer on the flute, cornopean, accordion, violin, or other treble instrument.
By George Henry Davidson
(London: G. H. Davidson, 1853)

A Cavalier gallop'd
A Chieftain to the Highlands bound
A Christmas Carol - H. Russell, Poetry by C. Dickens
A Farewell - To an Air by Mozart
A flaxen-headed Cow-boy
A Frog he would a Wooing go
A Goblet of Wine - J. M. Jolly, Poetry by J. W. Leslie
A Hero's Life I sing, his Story shall my Pen mark
A Knight and a Lady once met in a Grove
A Lay of greeting from afar - H. R. H. Prince Albert
A Life by de Galley Fire - Parody, as sung by the Ethiopian Serenaders
A Life in the West - H. Russell, Poetry by G. P. Morris
A Life on the Ocean Wave - H. Russell
A Man's a Man for a' that - Burns
A poor Soul sat sighing beneath a tall Tree
A Prey to tender Anguish - Haydn
A Tale I'll tell you without any Flam
A Thousand Years ago - Spohr
A Traveller stopp'd at a Widow's Gate - Gilfert
A weary Lot is thine, Fair Maid - Poetry by Scott
A wee Bird cam' to our Ha' Door
A while the Maid the Stranger ey'd
A Wolf, while Jutta slept - Kelly, Words by Lewis
A young Rose in my Garden grew - H. Russell
Across the Downs, this Morning
Across the troubled Loch I see
Adieu, my lov'd Harp!
Adieu, my Native Land! adieu
Adown in the Valley
Advertisement for a Wife
Ae Nicht i' the Gloamin', as late I pass'd by
Agwine down to New Orleans
Ah, sure a Pair was never seen - From the Duenna
Ah, where the Fairy Vision - From Opera of Tarrare
All around the May-Pole - Dr. Arne
All hail, happy Meeting - T. B. Brett
All hush'd were the Breezes
All in the Downs the Fleet was moor'd
All the World has been ask'd to the Party To-night
All to astonish the Browns - As sung by H. Russell
Allen Brooke of Wyndermere - Hook
Alloe Gray - Mrs. P. Millard
Allons, Enfans de la Patrie; the Marseillois Hymn
Alone by the Light of the Moon - Hook
Alva - Irish Melody, Moore's 'Rich and Rare,' the Poetry by Leman Rede
An Irish Drinking-Song - C. Dibdln
An' thou were my Ain Thing
Anacreon, they say, was a Jolly Old Blade
And has she then fail'd in her Truth
And must I part with Thee
And this I think a Reason fair - C. Dibdin
And we're a' Noddin'
Annie and Jamie - Scottish Melody, J. Sanderson
Annie Dear! - Irish Melody, Poetry by T. Davis
Annie Laurie - Scottish Melody
Another Cup, and then - C. Dibdin
As down on Banna's Banks I stray'd
As I roam'd the Fields along
As I was a walking
As I was rambling down de Street
As I was sitting in my Room
As walking forth to view the Plain
Ask if yon Damask Rose be sweet
Assist me, ye Lads who have Hearts
At Ratcliff Cross, the other Day
At Sixteen Years old
At the Baron of Mowbray's Gate was seen
At the peaceful Midnight Hour
Attend to me, Landsmen and Sailors
Attend unto me for a While
Attune the Pipe; attune the gladsome Lay - Pleyel
Auld Lang Syne - Scottish Melody, Poetry by Burns
Auld Robin Gray - Words by Lady Anne Lindsay
Away down in New Orleans I gets upon de Landin'
Away with Melancholy - Mozart
Away! we know that Tears are vain - P. W. Porter, Poetry by Lord Byron
Away, away, with the Willow
Bachelor's Fare - Henry West, R. A.
Banners are waving o'er Mowen's dark Heath
Barney Brallaghan's Courtship - Blewitt
Be a good Boy, and take care of Yourself
Be gone, dull Care
Be ye ready! your Country is calling
Beauties! there is nothing new
Beautiful Streamlet, how precious to me
Beauty in Tatters - Augustus Voigt
Before and after Marriage - T. B. Brett
'Behold me!' sang Hassan, the fearless and free
Believe me, the Spell is unbroken - H. West
Believe not the Tales they have told thee - H. Russell
Ben Battle, or Faithless Nelly Gray
Beside a Fountain Border
Beside the lone Sea - Melody by Bellini
Betty Wade and Mr. Solomon - Hook
Bide ye yet - Old Scotch Song
Billy Vite and Nelly Green
Bind thy Brow - J. M. Jolly, Poetry by J. W. Leslie
Black-eyed Susan - Old English Air, Poetry by Gay
Bless'd Day! thrice happy will it prove
Blind Mary - Irish Melody, 'In the Morning of Life'
Blow, blow, thou Winter's Wind - Dr. Arne
Blow, ye gentle Breezes - From Auber's 'Crown Jewels,' Poetry by G. Soane
Blow, ye Winds - Verdi's 'Nino,' Poetry by G. Soane
Blue Bonnets over the Border
Bonnie Charley - Hook, Words by Upton
Bonnie Charlie - A Jacobite Song
Bonnie Jean - Poetry by R. Burns
Bonnie Lizzie Baillie - Scottish Melody
Bonny Bet, sweet Blossom - Shield
Bonny Brave Scotland - Niel Gow
Bonny Lassie, will ye go
Bound 'Prentice to a Waterman - J. Sanderson
Boys, when I play, cry 'O crimini'
Breathe not again that Dreadful Word - Irish Melody, Moore's 'Whene'er I see those smiling Eyes,' the Poetry by Leman Rede
Brian Boru - Irish Melody, 'Garry Owen'
Bring me the Wine - Hindostanee Melody, the Poetry by W. Header
Bruce's Address - 'Scots wha hae'
Bubble, Squeak, and Pettitoes - C. Dibdin
Bud not yet, ye gentle Flowers - From Verdi's Nino,' the Words G. Soane, A. B.
Buffalo Gals - As sung by the Ethiopian Serenaders
Bugle Song - Maria J. Kluit, Poetry translated from the German
Burial of the Seed - Weber, the Poetry from the German
Busk ye, busk ye, my Bonny Bride - Scottish Melody
But are ye sure the News is true?
By a Murmuring Brook - Sir J. A. Stevenson
By Moonlight he met her
By Rhine's Blue Water, or 'On Yonder Rock Reclining' - Scena in 'Fra Diavolo'
By the gaily circling Glass - Dr. Arne
By the side of a murmuring Stream
Can native Scenes delight me?
Can't you dance the Polka? - S. D. Saunders
Carlisle Wall - P. W. Porter, Poetry by Sir W. Scott
Cauld blaws the Wind from North to South
Cease, rude Boreas, blust'ring Railer - Falconer
Chains on the Cities, Gloom in the Air
Charlie is my Darling
Chloe's to be my Wife - As sung by the Ethiopian Serenaders
Choose ye, who will
Chundah's Song - Hindostanee Melody
Clan Gregor - Philip Knapton
Clouds that sweep the Midnight Heav'n
Come all ye jolly Sailors bold
Come all you Blades both high and low
Come hither, thou beautiful Rover
Come in the Ev'ning
Come now, all ye Social Pow'rs
Come to these Arms, my own true-hearted
Come, boat me ower
Come, Brothers, arouse - Henry Russell
Come, buy my Ballads - M. P. King
Come, cheer up, my Lads - Dr. Boyce
Come, dance, and put your Work away
Come, fill the Cup - H. Russell, Poetry by H. G. Sharpe
'Come, gie's a Sang,' Montgomery cried
Come, if you dare - From Artaxerxes
Come, Lads, here's good Luck
Come, list, ye fair Maids
Come, listen, kind Gentlefolks all - H. Russell
Come, live with me and be my Love - C. Morley
Come, Love, to me - Serenade, J. M. Jolly
Come, my Friends! - Druids' March in Norma, the Words by G. Soane, A. B.
Come, rove with me - J. F. Danneley, Poetry by C. Mackay
Come, sweet One! come! - H. R. H. Prince Albert
Comin' thro' the Rye
Could the Voice that I lov'd wake again - Irish Melody, Moore's 'She is far from the Land,' the Poetry by Leman Rede
Crazy Jane - Miss Abrams, Poetry by Monk Lewis
Cupid mid the Roses playing - J. P. Knight
Cupid! lovely charming Boy!
Cushlamachree - Irish Melody
Dance, Boatman, dance - As sung by H. Russell
Dandy Jim of Caroline - As sung by H. Russell
Dark lour'd the Night, loud roar'd the Main
Dark, dark, was the Dungeon, and humid the Walls
Dark-ey'd Beauty - Air 'Tu non sai,' La Somnambula, Poetry by Leman Rede
Day again is ending - from Rossini's 'Semiramide'
Daylight blushes o'er the Mountain
Days of Yore - W. A. Nield
De Dandy Broadway Swell - As sung by the Ethiopian Serenaders
De Jaw-bone hung ober de Log-hut Fire
De Merry Shoe-Black - Negro Melody
De Queerest Chap I eber see
Dear Erin, how sweetly thy green Bosom rises
Dear Father! smile! - Alex. Lee, Poetry by Baily
Dear Heart! how this World
Dear Land - Irish Melody, Poetry by Sliabh Cuilinn
Dear Mary, Adieu!
Dear Scenes of Youth - Miss Dixon
Dear Tom, this brown Jug
Dearest Girl! I soon must leave thee! - Stevenson
Deep in the Abruzzi - From Flotow's 'Stradella,' Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
Deep o'er Alva's Tower falls
Der Trinker, the Tippler - T. Walther
Dere's some one in de House wid Dinah
Descend, ye chaste Nine!
Despair - Haydn
Devotion - D'Alquen, Poetry by Sforza
Dicky Gossip - As sung by the celebrated Mr. Suett
Did ye see the red Rose on its bonny green Stem
Did you ne'er hear a Tale
Die Feen Koniginn, the Fairy Queen - C. Walther
Diogenes, surly and proud
Does my Brother think of me - Translated from the German of Prince Ernest, Music by Prince Albert
Donald - Old Scotch Song
Don't be in such a Hurry - W. T. Parke
Dorsetshire House
Dost ask me how I am?
Down among the Dead Men
Down by the River there grows a Green Willow - Storace, Words by G. Colman
Dumble Dum Deary
Dunois the Brave - French Romance
Early Days! how fair and fleeting! - Stevenson
Earth, to thy Bosom
Eleven Years have pass'd away
Encompass'd in an Angel's Frame - Jackson
England, Home of the Free - Oscar Perry
Ere around the Huge Oak - Shield
Erin Go Bragh
Faint and Wearily - Dr. Arnold
Fair Janet - Mozart, the Poetry by Miss Mitford
Fair Jessy, the Maid of the Moor - Dr. John Clark, Poetry by Mrs. Hemans
Fair Ladles! I, being rather shy
Fair Lake! whose bright Crystal
Fair one! take this Rose
Fairest of the Virgin Train
Faithless Emma - Sir J. A. Stevenson
Fancy dipp'd her Pen in Dew - Whitaker
Far in the wild Wood
Far over yon Hills of the Heather sae green
Far remov'd from Noise and Smoke
Far remov'd from the Town
Far, far from me - M. P. King
Fare Thee Well - Mozart, Poetry by Lord Byron
Farewell to old England! thy white Cliffs, Adieu!
Farewell, Sweet! - C. Gilfert, Poetry by H. F. Heaihcote
Farewell, thou Stream - Burns
Father! I call on Thee, German Prayer - Himmel
Fill up each Glass
Fill! fill! - From Flotow's 'Stradella'
Fill! fill! till the Glass runs o'er - Der Freyschutz
Fisher's Song - Adapted to an Air by Von Rhyn
Flora M'Donald's Lament - Neil Gow, jun.
Flow, thou regal purple Stream - Dr. Arnold
Fly not yet - Moore's Irish Melody
For England, when, with fav'ring Gale
For Freedom and his Native Land
For Tenderness form'd
For thee all the Hardships of Life I could bear
Forget me not
Forgive the Muse that slumber'd - Irish Melody, Moore's 'I'd mourn the Hopes,' Poetry by L. Rede
Fresh and strong the Breeze is blowing - Dr. Arne
Friend of my Soul, when all has fled - Auber
From aloft the Sailor looks - Storace
From Distant Climes - J. Magrath
From Night till Morn
From the Danube was he riding - N. Corri
From the steep Promontory gaz'd
From the white-blossom'd Sloe
Funny and free are the Bachelor's Revelries
Gaffer Grist, Gaffer's Son
Gaiete de C©«ur - Adapted to an Air by Winter
Gentle Youth! ah tell me why - Dr. Arne
Gentle Zitella! whither away
Get up and bar the Door - Old Scotch Song
Gin a Body meet a Body
Gin I had a wee House, and a canty wee Fire
Glowing with Love, on Fire for Fame
Go at Midnight's Dreamy Hour
God of Peace! before thee, peaceful, here we kneel
God Save the Queen
Gramachree, Molly! - Irish Melody
Gratitude - W. Reeve
Green grow the Rashes, O! - Poetry by Burns
Green were the Fields where my Forefathers dwelt
Had I a Cave on some distant Shore - Burns
Had I a Heart for Falsehood fram'd - Irish Melody, Moore's 'The Harp that once'
Hallo! ye my Fellows, arise and advance
Hamlet - Mock Heroic, by Hook, to the Tune of 'Lunnun is the Devil'
Happy Friendship - Old Scotch Air, Poetry by Burns
Happy he, to whom kind Heaven
Happy we are a' thegither
Hark! I hear the Ocean's whelming Sweep - Moore's 'Love's Young Dream,' Poetry by Leman Rede
Hark! the Bells are gaily Ringing - Verdi's 'Nino'
Hark! the Merry Bells - From Flotow's 'Stradella'
Hark! the Song of the moaning Vesper Gale - Hindostanee Melody, Poetry by W. Reader
Hark! with what Glee yon merry Clown
Hark, Phillis! hark!
Harvest Home - J. Davy, Poetry by T. Dibdin
Hassan the Brave - Poetry by Sir Walter Scott
Haste! Haste! I prithee haste away - I. Nathan
Have I then the Lyre forsaken
Have ye Faith in One Another - T. B. Brett
He comes from the Wars
He loves and he rides away - C. E. Horn
He shineth out
He was fam'd for Deeds of Arms - Corri
Hear me! Love! - From Weber's 'Der Freyschutz'
Heigho for a Husband
Helen - Irish Melody. Moore's 'Meeting of the Waters,' the Poetry by Lamar Rede
Her Lover's Lute
Her Mouth, with a Smile
Here awa' there awa', wandering Willie
Here we Meet, too soon to Part - Rossini
Here's a Health to the Queen, and a lasting Peace
Here's a Health to those far away
Here's a pretty Set of us!
Here's to the Maiden of bashful Fifteen - Sheridan
He's comin' again
He's ower the Hills that I loe weel
Hey, Jenny, come down to Jock
Highland Mary - Poetry by Burns
Hither, Mary! hither come! - Hook
Home - One of the Classical Songs of Germany, with Translation by G. Soane, A. B.
Honest Bob of the Mill
Hope told a flattering Tale - Dr. Arne
Hope, thou Nurse
Hope, with her Rainbow beaming bright - Sir J. Stevenson, Words by J. A. Wade
How dear to this Heart are The Scenes of my Childhood
How fair the Heavens - Rossini's 'Semiramide'
How happily my Life I led - Storace
How I love to see thee, golden Ev'ning Sun
How it rustles mid the Bowers
How lost the Mind, which, cold and dark
How oft, Louisa, hast thou said - From the 'Duenna'
How slowly move the Hours - Sir J. Stevenson
How stands the Glass around
How sweet are the Flowers
How sweet are the Moments
How sweet the Sound, when Woods around
How well I remember the Ninth of November
Hunting the Hare - Old English Air
Hurrah for the Girl of our Hearts - Blewitt
Husband! Husband! cease your Strife
Hush, ev'ry Breeze - Hook
Hush'd be Sorrow's Sigh - Irish Melody, Moore's 'Nora Creina,' the Poetry by Leman Rede
Hymn to Freedom - Irish Melody, 'Down beside me,' the Poetry by M. J. Barry
Hymn to Solitude - To Mozart's 'Susse heilige Natur'
I am a brisk and sprightly Lad
I am a Child of the Mountain
I am a fairy Queen! my Magic Pow'r
I am a young Man that's most highly Respectable - Comic Song by Leman Rede, to Irish Melody
I and my Bottle, we're always united
I ask thee not to think of me
I came across de Ocean
I canna like you, gentle Sir - Scottish Melody
I care not for Spring
I could never Lustre see - From the 'Duenna'
I gaz'd upon her Face
I have a silent Sorrow here - Duchess of Devonshire
I hear thee speak
I heard old Massa say
I left thee where I found thee, Love - C. Gilfert
I liv'd and could not fix
I lov'd a Maid call'd Betty Wade
I love my Love in the Morning - Adapted by J. N. Sola to an Irish Melody
I love the little laughing Rill
I love the Night - H. Russell, Poetry by G. P. Morris
I lub to mad Distraction
I met upon a Journey - To an Air by Beauplan
I said I would love thee
I think on thee when on the Sea
I thought our Quarrels ended - From 'No Song no Supper'
I wander'd once, at Break of Day
I was born in a neat Country Town
I was born in Alabama
I wear not the Purple
I went to the Fair
I would sing of her I love - Poetry by J. W. Dalby, adapted to an Air by Rossini
Ich denke dein; I think on Thee - C. Walther, the Poetry translated from Goethe
If for me other Maid thou shouldst leave - Voigt
If my Song can fondly move thee - Mozart, Poetry by D. Thomson
If that high World - Hebrew Melody, Poetry by Lord Byron
If thou wouldst win a lasting Fame
If you're waking, call me early
I'll sing you a song I am singing for ever
I'll think upon Thee
I'm a General, 'tis well known
I'm a Joiner by Trade
I'm a little forlorn, and my Tale is of Sorrow
I'm a Spirit of the Ocean
I'm Afloat - A New Song for the Yacht Clubs, by Eliza Cook, to Henry Russell's Music
I'm Afloat - Henry Russell
I'm goin' ober de Mountain - Negro Melody
I'm gwin to see my lubly Dinah
I'm not such a Fool as I look
I'm often ask'd by plodding Souls
I'm Simon Bore, just come from College
I'm Single yet
I'm wearin' awa', Jean
I'm with you once again - W. R. Dempster, Poetry by G. P. Morris
In a stately Hall at Worms, one Day
In a Village there liv'd
In a young Lady's Heart once a Secret was lurking
In Dublin, that City of Riches and Fame
In Griefs and in Dangers - H. Russell, Poetry by H. J. Sharpe'
In Infancy our Hopes and Fears - Dr. Arne
In my Cottage near a Wood - R. A. Moreland
In my wee Ha'
In Peace Love tunes the Shepherd's Reed
In Remembrance of thee - Adapted from a Waltz by Strauss, by T. B. Phipps
In Spite of Wisdom's warning Voice
In Tennessee, as I've heard say
In the Dead of the Night
In the Downhill of Life - Written by Collins
In the Land of Hibernia - Hook
In the lone Hour of Life
In the Midst of the Sea, like a tough Man-of-War
In the Praise of Queen Bess
In the Woody Wilds we dwell - Hindostanee Melody, adapted to Poetry by J. W. Reader
In thee I bear so dear a Part
In this improving Age
In Wine there is all in this Life we can name
In Winter, when the Rain rain'd cauld
Ireland for ever
Is thy Heart with me? - Poetry by G. J. De Wilde, adapted to an Air by Auber
It fell about the Martinmas Time
It is the Hour - Hebrew Melody, adapted to Poetry of Lord Byron
It is the Hour - To an Air by Donizetti
It was an English Lady bright
It was Dunois the young and brave
It was in the Winter
It was summer, and softly
I've a Toast now to give - Blewitt
I've been among the mighty Alps
I've lost my Heart
I've Lovers kind, and Suitors many - Hook
I've travel'd afar from my dear native Home
I've wandered oft in Childhood
I'ze a poor Country Lad
I'ze a Yorkshireman Just come to Town
Jack and I saw them no more - Hook
Jack and I were both Messmates
Jenny, get your Oat-Cake done
Jephtha's Daughter - Hebrew Melody, adapted to Poetry of Lord Byron by I. Nathan
Jessie, the Flower of Dunblane - R. A. Smith
Jock o' Hazeldean - Scottish Melody, Poetry by Sir Walter Scott
Jockey, he came here to woo
John Anderson, my Jo - Poetry by Burns
John Bull was a Bumpkin born and bred
Johnny Brock, from Chickalaw
Joltering Giles - Charles Dibdin
Julia to the Wood Robin - Spofforth
Kate Kearney
Katherine Ogie - Scottish Melody
Kathleen O'More - Irish Ballad
Keen blaws the Wind ower the Braes o' Gleniffer
Kind Boatman, lend me
L, A, W
Lady of Night - H. Oakey, Poetry by Mrs. Price
Land ho! - Henry Russell
Last May a braw Wooer - Words by Burns
Last New Year's Morn, as I've heard say
Let gay ones and great
Let the Feeble-hearted pine
Let us haste to Kelvin Grove - Written by John Lyle
Lewie Gordon
Liberty's Appeal - Peninsular Melody, Poetry by John Bowring, L. L. D.
Life let us cherish - Mozart
Life with me begins to dwindle - From Boildieu's 'La Dame Blanche,' Poetry by J. H. Payne
Life's as like as can be to an Irish Wake
Life's like a Ship in constant Motion
Light as Thistle Down
Lilies and Roses
Listen, listen, to the Voice of Love - Hook
Little Fools and Great Ones - Henry Russell, Poetry by Charles Mackay
Little Taffline - Storace
Logie o' Buchan
Long I've been an Orphan poor - J. Davy
Look you now - W. Reeve
Lord Lovel
Lord Ullin's Daughter - G. Thomson, Poetry by T. Campbell
Lost Gertrude - F. H. S. Pendleton
Loud roars the dreadful Thunder
Love among the Roses - J. C. Doyle
Love rules the Court, the Camp - Poetry by Sir Walter Scott
Love smiles our Cares away - A. Loder, Poetry by J. F. Kingston
Love wakes and weeps while Beauty sleeps - J. M'Murdie, the Poetry by Sir Walter Scott
Love, little blind Urchin
Love, one Day, recruiting went
Love, they say, is like the Meteor - From Flotow's 'Stradella,' Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
Love's Apology - G. Nicks
Love's Call, or Young Agnes - Serenade from Auber's 'Fra Diavolo'
Love's like a Summer's Day - J. Blewitt, Poetry by G. Macfarren
Love's Recruiting - J. Barnett
Love's Ritornella - T. Cooke, Words by J. R. Place
Lucy Long - Henry Russell, Words by Leman Rede
Lucy Neal - As sung by the Ethiopian Serenaders
Ma chere Amie
Maclaine - Scottish Song, Miss Ross
Madame Vandercrout - Charles Dibdin
Maid Marian's Song - E. J. Loder, Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
Maiden who art bower'd
Maidens! would you know - From Flotow's 'Stradella,' Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
March to the Battle-Field - Irish Melody, Moore's Oft in the Stilly Night'
March! march! Ettrick and Tiviotdale
Marche des Marseillois
Margaret's Bower - J. M. Jolly. Poetry by J. W. Leslie
Margery Grinder
Mark the sad Rose - P. Knapton, Poetry from Forbes's 'Oriental Memoirs'
Marseillois Hymn, in French and English
Mary Morison - Old Scotch Melody, Poetry by Burns
Mary! I believ'd thee true - Sir J. Stevenson
Mary, thy Name no longer is spoken
Mary's Bower - Hook
Mat Mudge, the Sexton of our Town
Maxwelton Braes are bonnie
Meet me in the Grove - S. D. Saunders
Merrily, merrily, merrily, O!
Mine be a Cot beside the Hill
Minstrel, strike the Harp - The 'Da Conta,' in Bellini's 'Norma,' Words by G. Soane, A. B.
Miss Muz, the Milliner
Miss Wrinkle - G. Nicks
Mister Spriggs, the Grocer, he married Miss Revel
Moderation and Alteration - The Original of the Old English Gentleman
Money is your Friend
Moonlight softly is bringing
Moorish Gathering-Song - Poetry by Mrs. Hemans
Mother! O sing me to Rest! - Peninsular Melody, Poetry by Mrs. Hemana
Mother! thou didst watch my Infant Eye
Mrs. Waddle, of Chickabiddy Lane
Murmur, gentle Lyre
Must I leave the Friends that Love me? - From Verdi's 'Nino,' Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
Must Peace and Pleasure's melting Strain
My ain Fireside
My ain kind Deary O - Old Scotch Song, Barns
My Bonnie Lizzie Baillie
My Bonnie Plaid - W. Spark
My Bosom Flower - New Scottish Song, J. Pearman
My Boy Tammy - Poetry by Hector Macneill
My Dog and my Gun - Dr. Arne
My Father's Home - Arranged to an Air by Mozart
My Fondest! my Fairest! - G. Linley, to Hummel's 'A la Tyrolienne'
My Friend is the Man, or the Model - Hook
My Gauntlet's Down - I. Nathan, Poetry by James Kenney
My Gentle Isabel - A. Loder, Poetry by Mrs. Crawford
My Heart is a breaking, dear Tittie
My Heart is as honest and brave
My Heart is Sair - Scottish Song
My Heart's my own
My Heart's on the Rhine - W. Speyer, the German translated by G. Soane, A. B.
My Jo Janet - Ancient Scotch Song
My Lodging is on the cold Ground - Giardini
My Lord Tomnoddy - Words from Ingoldsby Papen
My Love was born in Aberdeen
My Love, still I think
My Maiden Aunt - Miss Smith
My Meerschaum Bowl - T. B. Brett
My Mother bids me bind my Hair - Haydn
My Mother's Bible - Henry Russell, Poetry by G. P. Morris
My Nannie's awa' - Scotch Melody, Poetry by Burns
My Native Isle
My Old Aunt Sally - As sung by the Ethiopian Serenaders
My Old Wife - Henry Russell, Poetry by J. B. Phillips
My own dear Somebody
My Philosophy - Poetry by John Jarvis, arranged to an Air by Mozart
My Seventeenth Year scarce over
My Skiff is on de Shore - As sung by the Ethiopian Serenaders
My Spouse Nancie - The Poetry by Burns
Nancy's to the Green-wood gane - Scottish Melody, the Poetry by Ainslie
Near Moorfields is a House of Pray'r
Near the Hill where in Ruins
Ne'er ask where radiant Summer flies - James Ions
New Zealander's Battle-Song - Samatbeni, the Poetry from the German of Berger
Nice young Maidens - The Words by P. I. Hodgson
Nigh to a Grave that was newly made
Night is Falling - To Hindostanee Melody
Night Song - Adapted to an Air by Reisinger
No Flower that blows is like this Rose - Linley
No more I'll court the Town-bred Fair
No more shall I seek in the red Field of Danger - Irish Melody, 'Tis gone and for ever'
Nobody knows! nobody knows - A. D. Roche
Not Married yet - Henry Russell
Not wisely, but too well - Miss Louisa H. Sheridan
Not yet Returning - From Beethoven's 'Fidelio, 'the Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
Noted for Lasses kind and sweet
Now in her green Mantle bright Nature arrays
Now the dancing Sunbeams play
Now, my Seed, thy Grave is made - Weber
O a dainty Plant is the Ivy Green
O a mournful Sound has the Old Church Bell
O bless'd be the Laddie, I munna tell who
O Brothers, come hither, and list to my Story
O bud not yet, ye gentle Flowers
O call me not happy - Miss Wollaston
O come with me! I'll row thee o'er
O come! 'tis the Hour thou didst promise to meet me
O could I bid my mournful Heart
O could I bid the Days return - Irish Melody, Moore's 'When first I met thee'
O dear! O dear! good Gentlefolks
O dearly do I love to rove
O do not think, though I have learn'd
O Erin! the Land of the Fair and the Bold - J. C. Clifton
O give me a sweet and a shady Bow'r
O had I a Cave on some wild distant Shore
O had I Jubal's Lyre, or Miriam's tuneful Voice
O had my Love ne'er smil'd on me - From the 'Duenna'
O how shall I in Language weak - From 'Love in a Village'
O how sweetly Love smiles
O I hae seen great ones
O it was not for me that I beard the Bells ringing - Whitaker
O Italy! my native Land! - From Flotow's 'Stradella,' the Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
O Jeannie Gray! - Arranged to an Air by Bellini
O Kilmurry M'Mahon's a Place you would bless
O listen, listen, to the Voice of Love
O Logie o' Buchan! O Logie the Laird!
O long I've been wand'ring through Valley and Bow'rs
O Love is just like Gaming - Irish Melody, Moore's 'To Ladies' Eyes,' the Poetry by Leman Rede
O Love is the Soul of a neat Irishman
O Love! I defy'd thee this Bosom to move
O mark yon little bounding Bark! - Melody by Spohr
O my Love's like the red, red Rose
O name not those Days - To an Air by Louis Spohr
O Nanny! wilt thou gang wi' me - Carter, the Poetry by Dr. Percy
O never more - Irish Melody, Moore's 'The Harp that once,' the Poetry by Leman Rede
O no, my Love! no! - M. Kelly, Poetry by M Lewis
O not for me - H. Oakey, the Poetry by Mrs. Price
O oft it's been my happy Lot
O rest thee, Babe! - Whitaker
O sadly, ye dark rolling Waves
O say not Woman's Heart is bought
O scorn me not as a fameless Thing
O Scotland! my Country! - Davy
O send Lewie Gordon Hame
O should you e'er meet with Kate Kearney
O slumber, my Darling
O softly falls the Foot of Love
O sweet as the mild Sighs of Ev'ning - Donizetti
O sweet is the Blossom that hangs on the Tree
O sweet is the Hour - Spanish Melody
O sweet Sir, for your Courtesie
O swift we go - Miss Abrams
O take this Leaf - Pleyel, the Poetry by J. A. Wade
O tell me not of fairer Lands
O tell me not that Love can fade - To an Air by Donizetti
O tell me, Mary dear - Sir J. Stevenson
O the Days when I was courted - T. J. Boardman
O the Marriage! - Irish Melody, Poetry by T. Davis
O the Orator's Voice is a mighty Pow'r
O the Prairie Lea is the Home for me
O then shall our Meeting be - J. Watson, the Words by J. H. Planche
O think not that the fairest Face - Mozart's 'Das Madchen und der Vogel,' arranged to the Poetry of W. Thomson
O this is no my ain Lassie - Poetry by Burns
O this Love! this Love! - Henry Russell, the Poetry by G. P. Morris
O thou whom my Soul lov'd
O Tibbie! I hae seen the Day - Old Scotch Melody, the Poetry by Burns
O 'tis Love - Adapted by Henry Phillips to the French Air, 'C'est L'Amour'
O turn those dear, dear Eyes away - J. De Pinna
O twine me a Bower - Alexander D. Roche, the Poetry by T. C. Croker
O Wae upon that fearfu' Deed
O Wae's me for Prince Charlie - Jacobite Song
O Waly, Waly, up the Bank
O weel may the Boatie row - Scottish Song
O weep for those that wept by Babel's Stream
O welcome, Charlie, o'er the Main
O welcome, sturdy Winter
O were I but a Bird - Louis Spohr
O wha is she that loves me? - Poetry by Burns
O what a charming Fellow!
O what care I for Mam or Dad
O when in Days that are yet to rise - Irish Melody, Moore's 'Legacy'
O where are you going
O whistle, and I'll come to thee, my Lad - Burns
O who would be a Sailor's Wife
O Wonders sure will never cease
O would that I had never known
O yonder is the well-known Spot
O young Lochinvar has come out of the West
O ¨ary! at thy Window be
Och, when I was Christen'd 'twas on a Fast-day
Ochoin, ochri O - Old Scotch Melody
Od's Blood, what a Time for a Seaman to skulk
O'er barren Hills and flow'ry Dales
O'er the dark Waters - Mrs. W. Marshall
Of a' the Airts the Win' can blaw - Poetry by Burns
Of all Heav'n gave to comfort Man
Of all the Girls that are so smart
Of all the Lands that on Earth are found - H. West
Of Friendship I have heard
Of the Ancients is't speaking, my Soul
Oft has the World been well defin'd
Oft have I mark'd the Ev'ning Shade - Dr. John Smith
Old Adam's Song - E. J. Loder, Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
Old Dan Tucker - As sung by Henry Russell
Old Joe sat at de Garden Gate
Old King Time - H. Russell, Poetry by Eliza Cook
Old Tare River - Negro Melody, Words by L. Rede
Old Time has dimm'd the Lustre of her Eyes
Old Time, to-day, twines Flowers
Old Tubal Cain was a Man of Might - H. Russell
Ole Bull and Old Dan Tucker - As sung by H. Russell
On a lone barren Isle
On a rocky Cliff I stood
On by the Spur of Valour goaded
On old Long Island's sea-girt Shore
On Richmond Hill there lives a Lass
On the Banks of Allan Water
On the Brave who have fallen
On the dark lonely Strand - Irish Melody, Moore's 'At the Mid Hour of Night,' Poetry by L. Rede
Once my Heart the Truant play'd
One Bottle more
One Day from de old Racoons to flee
One kind Kiss before we part - K. Dodsley
One Moonshiny Morning I came from Tralee
One Night came on a Hurricane
Onwards, my Bark! o'er the green Waves fly
Oons, Neighbour! ne'er blush for a trifle like this
Open thy Lattice, Love! - Serenade, J. P. Knight
Our Country is our Ship - Reeve
Our Mountain Brooks were rushing
Our Way across the Mountains - Henry Russell
Our Youth is like the Fairy Tale - Poetry by D. Thomson
Over the sunny Hills I stray
Over the Water to Charlie - Old Scotch Melody
Overboard he vent, or the Waterman of Fountain Stairs - J. Sanderson
Paddy Shannon, high mounted on his trotting little Pony
Paddy's Balloon - Reeve
Pale Daisy, gentlest Flower
Patty Kavannah - Poetry by C. Dibdin, jun.
Peaceful slumb'ring on the Ocean - Storace
Pestal's Song, written on his Prison Wall - The Translation by G. Soane, A. B.
Pibroch of Donuil Dhuibh - Old Scotch Melody, Poetry by Sir Walter Scott
Plato's Advice
Plenty of Love - C. J. Hess, the Poetry translated from Beranger's Songs
Poor Mr. Spriggs - Reeve, the Words by T. Dibdin
Pope Joan - Written and composed by Dibdin
Potatoes grow in Limerick, mid Beef at Ballymore
Pray, Goody - From 'Midas'
Prince Charlie's Welcome to Skye
Queen Catherine's Death-Bed - E. J. Loder, the Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
Ranz des Vaches - The National Air of Switzerland
Recollection - Canzonet, Haydn
Red is the Billow Spray - Hindostanee Melody, the Poetry by W. Reader
Remember me - The Poetry by G. J. De Wilde, arranged to the Air 'Souvenir du Simplon'
Remember me when far away - Whitaker
Remember, Love! remember! - Parke
Rest, Warrior! rest! - Michael Kelly
Return, O my Love! - The Poetry by Sarina, arranged to a popular Swiss Air
Roberto! dearest Roberto! who deem'd me once so fair - From Meyerbeer's 'Robert le Diable'
Robin Adair
Robin Hood is lying Dead - E. J. Loder, the Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
Robin's awa' - Old Scottish Melody
Rockaway - Henry Russell, Poetry by H. J. Sharpe
Rock'd in the Cradle of the Deep - J. P. Knight
Rose of this enchanted Vale - Hindostanee Melody, Poetry by W. Reader
Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch - Poetry by Mrs. Grant
Saint Anthony sat on a lowly Stool
Saint Patrick was a Gentleman
Sally in our Alley - H. Carey
Sally Pell - C. E. Horn
Saw ye aught o' my Love - Scotch Air, the Poetry by T. Dibdin
Saw ye my wee Thing - Old Scotch Song, the Poetry by Hector Macneil
Saw ye the Shadow o'er his Brow
Say, have you in the Village seen
Say, little foolish fluttering Thing - Dr. Arne
Says Plato, 'Why should Man be vain?'
Scots, wha ha'e wi' Wallace bled
Shall we meet ere Ev'ning's gray
She had twin'd her flowing Hair
She heard the Fight was over
She never told her Love - Canzonet, Haydn
She walks in Beauty, like the Night - I. Nathan, the Poetry by Lord Byron
Sheltered well by friendly Mountains
Shepherds! I have lost my Love!
She's all my Fancy painted her
She's all that Fancy painted her
Should auld Acquaintance be forgot
Should e'er the Fortune be my Lot
Silly Maids, Beatrice's Song - E. J. Loder, Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
Since Artists who sue for the Trophies of Fame
Since Fate of Sailors hourly varies
Since our Country, our God! O my Sire!
Since our Foes to invade us have long been preparing
Since Pride is the Parent of Pain
Since, then, I'm doom'd - Italian Air
Sing me the Song of other Days - T. B. Brett, the Words by Mrs. Abday
Sing on! sing on! - J. C. Clifton, the Poetry by T. H. Bayley
Sir Steeple he courted the fair Widow Glib
Smile on, for thy young Day is dawning - Irish Melody, Moore's 'Sing, sing,' Poetry by Leman Rede
So Young and so Lovely - Henry Russell
Some have travers'd the fathomless Ocean
Some love to Roam - H. Russell, Poetry by C. Mackay
Some Nations may boast of their Walls
Somehow my Spindle I mislaid - From 'The Deserter'
Son, I give my Spear to thee
Song of the Mariners - Henry Russell, the Poetry by Eliza Cook
Songs of Shepherds, in rustical Roundelays
Spring has Violets blue
Spring is blooming over Earth
Spring Song - Reisinger, the Poetry from the German
Stay, sweet Enchanter of the Grove
Stay, Traveller, stay - From 'La Donna del Lago'
Step together - From Duffy's 'Spirit of the Nation'
Strew, strew with Roses
Sturdy Winter - The Music from 'Der Freyschutz,' the Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
Such a Beauty I did grow
Sunshine on thy Pathway - Irish Melody, Moore's 'Though the last Glimpse of Erin'
Susan, dear, I'm only thine
Sweet Anne Page - Welsh Air, Poetry from 'The Merry Wives of Windsor'
Sweet Ellen, the Maid of the Mill - W. H. Cutler
Sweet Kitty Clover - Kean, the Poetry by Knight
Sweet Lilies of the Valley - Hook
Sweet Maid! if thou wouldst charm my Sight
Sweet Maid! then think of me - Portuguese Melody, Poetry by G E. Giffard
Sweet Norah of Liffy's Side - G. Broad, Words by C. Dibdin the Younger
Sweet Robin
Sweet Spring is returning
Sweetly o'er the rural Scene - Steibelt, Poetry by Ball
Sympathy - Haydn
Tak yer auld Cloak aboot ye - Old Scotch Song
Take the Helm from my aching Brow
Take this Rose - T. V. Wiesenthal
Tam Glen - Old Scotch Melody, Poetry by Burns
Tell her I'll love her - Shield
Tell me, babbling Echo - Dr. Arne
Tell me, have you seen a Toy - W. H. Ware
The Absent Lover, Scotch Song - Poetry by Miss Blamire
The Adieu - Jackson
The Adventures of Major Longbow
The Anguish of my bursting Heart
The Appeal of Spain - Peninsular Melody, Words by John Bowring, L. L. D.
The Arethusa - W. Shield, Poetry by Prince Hoare
The Balgrie o't - Old Scottish Song
The Banks of Allan Water
The Banks of the Dee - Old Scottish Melody
The Banks of the River were lovely and bright
The Bark is on the swelling Wave - Irish Melody, Moore's 'St. Senanus and the Lady,' Poetry by Leman Rede
The Barrel of Pork
The Bay of Biscay - J. Davy
The Beacon - W. Hawes
The Beautiful Boy
The Better Land
The Bewilder'd Knight
The Billet-Doux - Shield
The Birks of Aberfeldy - Poetry by Burns
The Board is dress'd, come deal away
The Bold Dragoon
The Braes of Gleniffer - Old Scotch Song, Words by Tannahill
The Brave Irish Boy
The Bride and her Love - Dixon, Poetry by Neele
The Bride, she is winsome and bonnie
The Bridesmaid - Miss Mounsey, Poetry by Fitzball
The Broken Heart - Adapted to an Air by Meyer
The Bud of the Rose - W. Shield
The Canary Bird - Charles Dibdin
The Carrier Pigeon - American Melody and Poetry
The Chamois-Hunter - Poetry by G. J. de Wilde, arranged to an Air by Sphor
The Chapel - Translated from the German of Uhland, and adapted to an Air by H. Proch
The Chieftain's Daughter - Henry Russell, Poetry by G. P. Morris
The Clever Woman - J. Blewitt, Poetry by the Hon. Grantley Fltzhardinge Berkeley
The cold Wind swept the Mountain's Height
The Convent Bell - T. Attwood
The Cork Leg
The Cottage of Love - W. Reeve
The Cuckoo - Dr. Arne, Poetry from Shakspeare
The Dawn of Day - Poetry by Mrs. Cornwell Baron Wilson, adapted to an Air by Weber
The Day is departed, and round from the Cloud
The Death of Tom Moody - Shield
The Deep Blue Sea - Charles Arnold
The Deep Blue Wave - F. H. S. Pendleton
The De'il cam' fiddlin' through the Toun
The De'il's awa' wi' the Exciseman - Poetry by Burns
The Disconsolate Sailor
The Dying Legacy - Henry Russell
The Echoes - Words by W. Ball, to an Air by Weber
The Echoing Horn - Dr. Arne
The English may boost of their sweet-scented Roses
The English Padlock
The Equivalent - Reeve
The Ev'ning Sprites are sleeping
The Exile - H. Russell, Poetry by Charles Mackay
The Fairies' Song - Dr. J. Smith, Words by J. Graham
The Fairy
The False Heart - Peninsular Melody, Poetry by the Hon. Mrs. Norton
The Father of Nancy a Forester was
The Female Crier - Hook
The Fine Old Colour'd Gentleman - Negro Melody, as sung by Henry Russell
The First dear Thing that ever I lov'd - Henry Russell, Poetry by Rev. A. C. Coe
The Fisher Boy - H. Russell, Poetry by Eliza Cook
The Flowers of the Forest - Hook
The Flowing Bowl - Charles Dibdin
The Forget-me-Not - Translated from the German of Muller, and adapted to a German Air
The Friend
The Friend of my Heart - Miss Abrams
The Gallant Troubadour - Poetry by Sir Walter Scott, adapted to a favourite French Air
The Galvanic Ring - Irish Melody, Moore's 'O Nothing in Life can sadden us,' Poetry by L. Rede
The Garland of Love - Hook
The Golden Days of good Queen Bess - Old English Melody, Poetry by Collins
The Golden Days we now possess; Sequel to above
The Gondola glides like a Spirit of Night - John Rogers, Poetry by T. K. Hervey
The Grasp of a Friend - Adapted to an Air by Donizetti, Poetry by W. Jones
The Grass had nae Freedom o' growin'
The Grave of Bonaparte - L. Heath
The Graves of a Household - Arranged to an Air by Donizetti, Poetry by Mrs. Hemans
The Green Bushes - Old Irish Melody, as sung by Mrs. Fitzwilliam
The Green Little Shamrock of Ireland - Shield
The Groves of Blarney
The Happy Days of Childhood - Henry Russell
The Hardy Sailor braves the Ocean - Shield
The Heath, this Night - Poetry by Sir Walter Scott
The Heaving of the Lead - Shield
The Hero who, to live in Story
The Humble Thatch'd Cottage in the Village of Love - J. Sanderson
The Hunter and his Bride - Poetry by Bertaldi
The Invitation - Poetry arranged to an Air by Bellini
The Irish Duel - Words by T. Dibdin
The Irish Joiner - J. Blewitt, Words by J. Lunn, Esq.
The Irish Wake - Charles Dibdin
The Ivy Green - Henry Russell, Poetry by Charles Dickens, Esq.
The Jolly Ringers - Charles Dibdin
The Jug of Punch - From the 'Green Bushes'
The King and the Jackets of Blue - J. Blewitt, Poetry by Douglas Jerrold
The Kiss, dear Maid - Poetry by Lord Byron
The Knitting-Girl - Haydn
The Lad with the Carrotty Poll - Knight
The Laird o' Cockpen - Old Scottish Song
The Land in the Ocean - T. Attwood, Words by T. Dibdin
The Land o' the Leal - Poetry by Burns
The Land we live in - W. Reeve
The Landlady's Daughter - Poetry from the German of Uhland, adapted to an Air by T. Schubert
The Lass o' Gowrie
The Lass o' Patie's Mill - Old Scotch Melody, Poetry by Ramsey
The Lass of Richmond Hill
The last Chord has fled of the sweet Serenade
The Last Words of Marmion - Poetry by Sir W. Scott
The Laughing Song - From 'Der Freyschutz,' Words by G. Soane, A. B.
The Lay of the Mountaineer - Poetry by J. W. Dalby, adapted to an Air by Rossini
The Lily - J. M. Jolly, Poetry by J. W. Leslie
The Lily of the Vale - F. H. S. Pendleton
The Little Haymaker - Reeve
The Lord Mayor's Show - Blewitt, Words by T. Hood
The Lover's Lute - Irish Melody, Moore's 'Minstrel Boy,' Poetry by Leman Rede
The Maid of the Green, Pretty Sally - Hook
The Maid that tends the Goats - Old Scotch Melody
The Main - Henry Russell, Poetry by H. J. Sharpe
The Marseillois Hymn and March - French National Air, with French and English Words
The May Queen - W. Dempster, Poetry by Alfred Tennyson
The Memory of the Dead - From 'Duffy's Spirit of the Nation'
The Mermaid's Song - Haydn
The Miniature - J. P. Knight, Poetry by G. P. Morris
The Minstrel holds the Standard-Bearer's Watch
The Minstrel to his Harp - Poetry by Wilmington Fleming, arranged to an Air by Auber
The Minstrel's Lament - C. Jewell, Poetry by J. E. Carpenter
The Modest Bachelor - T. B. Brett
The Moment Aurora peep'd into my Room - Dibdin
The Mountain Maid
The Mountain Maid - John Sinclair
The New Submarine Telegraph - H. West, R. A. M., Words by H. J. Athol Wood
The News from Moidart cam' Yestreen
The Night-Watch, a Song of the Sentinel - Poetry by Creighton, arranged to Air by Meyerbeer
The Norwegian Maid - Norwegian Melody, adapted to Poetry of David Thomson
The Old Church Bell - Henry Russell
The Old Commodore - Reeve
The Old Farm Gate - H. Russell, Poetry by B. Cook
The Old Jaw-Bone - Negro Melody, Words altered and adapted by F. A. D.
The Old Mill Stream - H. Russell, Poetry by E. Cook
The Old Oaken Bucket - Frederick Smith
The Old Sexton - H. Russell, Poetry by P. Benjamin
The Old Suabian Warrior's Address to his Son - Thibault Conte de Champagne, Poetry translated from the German of Stalberg
The Oven, or Lodgings to Let - George Colman
The Parson's Clerk - Thomas Hudson
The Patriot's Welcome - Henry Russell, Poetry by Miss Jane Anna Porter
The Peasant Boy - Poetry and Music by John Parry
The Piper came to our Town
The Piper o' Dundee - Jacobite Song
The Plough-Boy
The Poachers
The Poet's Blessing - From the German of Uhland, adapted to an Air by Muller
The Policeman's Love - From 'Merry England in the Olden Time,' by George Daniel, Esq.
The Post Captain - Shield, Words by Rannie
The Prairie Lea - J. P. Knight, Poetry by Dr. J. K. Mitchell
The Rejected - Poetry by Miss Wollaston
The Richest Prince - Translated from the German of Korner, and adapted to an Air by Wolff
The Right Road - Irish Melody, 'Castle Tirowen,' Moore's 'Remember me,' Poetry by T. Davis
The Rising Sun - H. Russell, Poetry by H. J. Sharpe
The Rivulet - Reisinger, Poetry from the German
The Robin's Petition - Whitaker, Poetry by Miss Edgeworth
The Rose had been wash'd - Webbe, Poetry by Cowper
The Rose of the Valley - Reeve, Poetry by C. Dibdin
The Rosebuds - Hook
The Rose's rich Blossom
The Rover's Song - Arranged to an Air by Donizetti
The Rushlight - H. Russell, Poetry by Eliza Cook
The Sailor Boy - T. F. Chipp, Poetry by S. May
The Sailor's Allegory - Poetry by G. S. Carey
The Sailor's Consolation in a Storm
The Sailor's Wife - John Emdin
The Sapling Oak - Stephen Storace
The Savoyard's Return - J. Addison, Words by H. K. White
The Scene was more beautiful far to my Eye
The Sea-Boy on the giddy Mast - Whitaker
The Sea-girt Rocks, my native Isle
The Season comes when first we met
The Secret - Arranged to a celebrated German Waltz
The Sigh of her Heart was sincere - Sir J. Stevenson, Poetry by Peter Pindar
The Sky with Clouds was overcast
The Sleeping Beauty - Translated from the German, and adapted to a German Air
The Snow-Storm - L. Heath, Poetry by Seba Smith
The Soldier and his Bride - Henry Russell
The Sorrow-strung Harp - T. B. Brett
The Spider and the Fly - As sung by Henry Russell
The Spirit and the Stream - To the Old Arm-Chair, Henry Russell, Poetry by Elisa Cook
The Spirit of the Sea - To an Air by Donizetti
The Sprig of Shillelah
The Standard-Watch, or, Standard-Bearer - Poetry translated by G. Soane, A. B.
The Steam Arm
The Storm - Falconer
The Streamlet that flow'd round her Cot - Shield
The Struggle for Fame - Henry Russell, Poetry by Charles Mackay
The Sun - John Barnett, Poetry by F. W. N. Bayley
The Sun has gane down o'er the lofty Ben Lomond
The Swains who wake Erato's String
The Tear - G. J. Godian, Poetry by Lord Byron
The Teetotal Society - Henry Russell
The Temptations of the good St. Anthony
The Thistle of Scotland for ever - A. D. Roche
The Thorn - Shield
The Thornless Rose - W. Kirby, Poetry by Rosamond Wadams
The Tight Irish Boy
The Tippler - C. Walther
The Tired Soldier - T. Coombe
The Topsails shiver in the Wind - Dr. Arne
The Treasure-Finder - From Auber's Opera of 'The Crown Jewels,' Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
The Troth I have plighted - Words by Neale, adapted to the Air of an Italian Waltz
The Two Lovers - J. P. Knight, Poetry by Heber
The Village Bells, or May-Day - T. Welsh
The Village Smithy - From the German of Korner, adapted to an Air by Godfred Weber
The Voice and the Pen - Irish Melody, 'Is it the Priest you want,' Poetry by D. F. M'Carthy
The Vulture of the Alps - Music by J. J. Hutchinson, of the American Hutchinson Family
The Wake of Teddy Roe
The Wanderer - Thomas Dibdin
The Wanderer's Return - Mozart, Poetry by D. Thomson
The War that for a Space did fall
The Warrior's Return - J. M. Jolly
The Washing-Day - To the Air 'There's nae Luck aboot the House'
The Way was dark and dreary - M. P. King
The Wedding of Ballyporeen
The Welcome - Irish Melody, Poetry by T. Davis
The Welsh Harper - T. Smith
The West Country Bumpkin - Reeve
The White Cockade - Favorite Jacobite Song
The Wife - Front the German of Stolberg, adapted to an Air by Mozart
The Wife's Song - Henry Russell, Poetry by a Lady
The Wig, the Hat, and the Cane
The Wild Irish Boy
The Wild Irishman - Whitaker, Words by C. Dibdin
The Willow - Hook
The Wish - J. F. Pinto
The Wolf - Shield
The Woodman - Charles Dibdin
The World is a well-furnlsh'd Table - From 'Love in a Village'
The Wreath you wove - Kelly, Poetry by T. Moore
The Yorkshire Beauty, or the Misfortune of being Handsome
The Yorkshire Concert - W. Reeve, the Poetry by C. Dibdin the Younger
The Yorkshireman in London
There are twa bonny Maidens, and three bonny Maidens
There flows from her Spirit such Love and Delight
There grows a bonny Brier-Bush - Scottish Ballad, composed of Five different Melodies
There is a gentle Floweret
There is a Proverb ferry old
There is a sweet pale Flower
There is not a Breath - Alexander D. Roche, Poetry by Delta
There Liv'd, and may be living still
There was a Jolly Miller - From 'Love in a Village'
There was a lass, and she was fair
There was a Time ere Sorrow - P. Winter
There was an ancient Fair, O she lov'd a nate young Man
There was one Mr. Grigg wore a Cauliflower Wig
There's a dear little Plant
There's nae Luck aboot the House
There's Naught but Care on ev'ry Han'
They grew in Beauty Side by Side
They tell me that Love is a Folly
They tell me there are other Lands - Rossini, Poetry by Mark Lemon
They tell me thou art chang'd
They tell, one Day, that Love, at Play - Steibelt, Poetry by J. A. Wade
This Book is all that's left me now
This cold flinty Heart - Dr. Arne
Thou who lov'st the Desert wild
Though all may forget thee - Irish Melody, Moore's 'When he who adores thee,' the Poetry by L. Rede
Though dark be the Woes - Pleyel, Poetry by Wade
Though far away, o'er Hill and Sea - Arranged to an Air by Czerny
Though my Fire-side it be but sma'
Though Prudence may press me
Though the Pine has tower'd green
Though Winter blast the Weeping Year
Three Students were travelling over the Rhine
Thrown on the wide World
Thy Sea-girt Rocks, my native Isle
Time Flies - The Music arranged by T. Cook
Time is on the Wing - Reeve
'Tis Friendship and Worth
'Tis Life an Equivalent yields
'Tis sweet on Summer Eve to rove
'Tis that dear Song I've lov'd so long - C. M. Sola, Poetry by Barry St. Leger
To Anacreon in Heaven - Old English Air
To distant Climes, far, far away - A. D. Roche, Poetry by T. C. Croker
To England's Towers of Oak Farewell
To Mary's Bower haste away
To me a smiling Infant came - M. Sharp, the Poetry by Toms
To my Mother - Translated from the German of Uhland, and adapted to an Air by Andre
To my Muse give Attention
To the Brook and the Willow - Sir J. A. Stevenson
To the Clouds - Translated from the German of Goethe, and adapted to an Air by J. P. Lutz
To the Daisy - The Air 'Ah vello a mi Ritorna,' in Norma, Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
To the Feast while we may
To the Maid I love best - Hook
To the Setting Sun - Translated from the German, and adapted to an Air by Dessauer
Tom Starboard was a Lover true - Reeve
Tom Steady left his native Shore - M. P. King
Too late I stay'd - C. Gilfert
Trotting along the Road - Reeve
Truisms, or Incontrovertible Facts
Tubal Cain - H. Russell, Poetry by Charles Mackay
Tullochgorum - Old Scotch Song, Poetry by the Rev. John Skinner
Turn to me, Love - Sir J. Stevenson, Poetry by Moore
'Twas down by the Streamlet
'Twas in June, rosy June, that I saunter'd
'Twas on a Simmer's Afternoon
'Twas on a windy Night
'Twas sweet to look upon thine Eyes - F. Robinson
'Twas Ten o'clock one Moonlight Night
'Twas within a Mile of Edinboro' Town
'Twill be all the same a Hundred Years hence - E. J. Loder, Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
'Twill nebber do to gib it up so - As sung by the Ethiopian Serenaders
Two Israelite Brothers in New York once dwelt
Two Rose-Buds, on their native Stem
Uncle Gabriel, or Come along, O Sandy Boy - As sung by the Ethiopian Serenaders
Up amang yon cliffy Rocks
Up and down, all Day long
Up in the Morning early - Scotch Melody, Words by J. Hamilton
Up, up, with the Signal
Upon the barren Sand
Victoria's Sceptre o'er the Waves - C. Neate, Poetry by T. Campbell
Wake! Maid of Lorn! the Moments fly - Sir J. Stevenson, Poetry by Sir Walter Scott
Wake, my Love! the Moon of Summer - Weber
Walk along, John - Negro Melody, as sung by the Ethiopian Serenaders
Waly, Waly - Ancient Scotch Song
Wandering Willie - Old Scotch Song, Poetry by Burns
Wapping Old Stairs - Percy
Was I oblig'd to beg my Bread
Water parted from the Sea - Dr. Arne
Waters of Eile - From 'Glenarvon,' adapted to a French Air
Way down Carolina - As sung by the Ethiopian Serenaders
We all love a pretty Girl under the Rose - Dr. Arne
We Tars have a Maxim
We were Boys together - Henry Russell, Poetry by G. P. Morris
Weep for Those - Hebrew Melody, Poetry by Byron
Weep not, my Love! since we must part
Welcome, Royal Charlie - Jacobite Song
We're a' Noddin' - Old Scottish Melody
Wha wadna fecht for Charlie - Jacobite Song
Wha'll be King but Charlie - Jacobite Song
Whar hae ye been a' Day - Old Scotch Song
What ails this Heart of mine
What can I do? What can I say
What can the Matter be - Irish Melody
What is in Riches? What is in Honour
What shall I do? - Purcell
What shall we have for dinner, Mrs. Bond? - From 'The Mayor of Garret'
What though on hamely Fare we dine
What welcome Sounds now meet mine Ear
What! off once more
Whate'er may be my wayward Lot - Arranged to Mozart's 'Wer unter eines Madchens Hand' Poetry by D. Thomson
What's the Matter, Patty?
What's the Use of all this Thinking
What's this dull Town to me
When a trembling Lover dies - J. Nathan, Poetry by James Kenney
When are Mead and Water fairest? - To the Air, 'Vieni in Roma,' in Norma, Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
When at the Social Board you sit - Henry Russell
When Bibo went down - Travers, Words by T. Dibdin
When bidden to the Wake or Fair - Shield
When comes the Day all Hearts to weigh
When Daisies pied and Violets blue - Shakspeare
When Eve's dark Shadow's closing
When first in Lunnun I arriv'd
When first the sprightly Fife and Drum
When first this humble Roof I knew
When first you courted me, I own
When forc'd from dear Hebe to go - Arne
When Friendship or Love our Sympathies move
When I gaz'd on a beautiful Face - M. P. King
When I parted from Erin
When I think on this World's Pelf
When I was a Boy in my Father's Mud Edifice
When I was a Lad - To Irish Melody, Moore's Katty O'Lynch,' Words by Leman Rede
When I was a little Boy
When I was a mighty small Boy
When I was a Younker, I first was apprentic'd
When I was at Home, with my Father and Mother
When I was bound Apprentice
When I was taken from de Shell
When I went down to Sandy Point
When lurking Love - Richardson, Poetry by Mrs. Piozzi
When my Money was gone that I gain'd in the Wars
When my very first Day - Kelly
When Night spreads her Shadows around
When pensive I thought on my Love - Kelly
When shall we Three meet again - Dr. Horsley, Poetry by a Lady
When Steerwell heard me first impart
When sweetly o'er the rural Scene
When the Breeze is softly singing
When the bright-hair'd Morn
When the Dove left the Ark - Irish Melody, Moore's 'Believe me if all,' Poetry by Mr. L. Rede
When the Leaves had forsaken the Trees
When the Rosebud of Summer - Sir J. Stevenson, Poetry by E. J. B. Fitzsimons
When the Sheep are in the Fauld
When the sprightly Fife and Drum - Hook
When the Sun has sunk so red
When Time, who steals our Years away - T. Moore
When Vulcan forg'd the Bolts of Jove - Corri, Poetry by T. Dibdin
When waken'd by the Convent Bell
When William at Eve - Shield
Where does the clear Stream clearest flow
Where in Clusters the Grape's purple Blush
Where is the Land which Scotland surpasses
Where the Bee sucks - Arne, Words from Shakspear
Where, where is my Fair One? - T. B. Brett
Where, where, is the Gate
Where's the Heart so cold - Irish Melody, Moore's 'All that's bright must fade', Words by L. Rede
While Day's last Smile was shining - Prince Albert
While I hang on your Bosom distracted
White Folks, I will sing to you
Who asks my Fair One - Canzonet, Haydn
Who fears to speak of Ninety-Eight?
Who has e'er been in London, that overgrown Place
Why asks my Fair One - Canzonet by Haydn
Why chime the Bells so merrily - J. P. Knight, Poetry by J. P. Phillips
Why does Emmeline wander - M. W. Balfe, Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
Why don't you come, Love? - J. M. Jolly, Poetry by J. W. Leslie
Why tarries my Knight - Mrs. W. Marshall
Why weep ye by the Tide, Lady?
Why, fair Maid, in ev'ry Feature
Widow Glib and Sir Steeple - Poetry by G. Daniel
Widow Walmsley's Shiners - Charles Dibdin
Will Nobody marry me? - Henry Russell, Words by G. P. Morris
Will ye gang o'er the Lea-Rigg
Will you walk into my Parlour?
William was holding in his Hand
With an old Song made by an old ancient Pate
With lowly Suit and plaintive Ditty - Storace
With my Jug in one Hand and my Pipe in the other - J. Smart
With thee fair Summer's Joys appear
Within a Mile of Edinboro' Town - Hook
Woo'd, and married, and a' - Old Scotch Melody, Poetry by Joanna Baillie
Woodman! spare that Tree - Henry Russell, Poetry by G. P. Morris
Would I were, sweet Bird, like thee - To Air in Flotow's 'Stradella,' Poetry by G. Soane, A. B.
Yarico to her Lover - Himmel
Ye Banks and Braes - Poetry by Burns
Ye Banks and Braes, and Streams around
Ye Gentlefolks so rich - John Davy
Ye Sons of France, awake to Glory
Ye Streams that round my Prison creep
Yes, the Morning breaks
Yes, yes, 'twas Presumption in me
Yonder Chapel on the Mountain
You all knew Tom Moody the Whipper-in well
You ask me why these Tears are flowing
You must call me when de Bantam crows
You must wake and call me early
You tell me, dear Girl!
Young Ben the Carpenter, and the faithless Sally Brown - Words by T. Hood
Young Ellen Loraine - Alexander Lee
Young Lochinvar - Poetry by Sir Walter Scott
Young Love flew to the Paphian Bower
Young Paddy is merry and happy, but poor
Your Molly has never been false, she declares
You've heard ob Dandy Niggers - Negro Melody, as sung by the Ethiopian Serenaders
You've heard of Nykey Numskull, of Yorkshire
Zekiel Homespun's Trip to Town
Zephyr among the Flowers - A. Bennett
Zorcico, The Biscayan to his Mistress - Peninsular Melody, Poetry by the Hon. Mrs. Norton


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Subject: Index: The American Song Book (Levermore, 1917)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 26 Jan 09 - 10:53 PM

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The American Song Book
A collection of songs and hymns for use in schools and homes.
By Charles Herbert Levermore
(Boston: Ginn and Company, 1917)

TITLE OR FIRST LINE – SONG NO.
A good sword and a trusty hand! - 7
A Merry Life - 14
Adelphi Field Song - 60
All forward! All forward! - 103
Almsgiving - 72
America - 121
America the Beautiful - 124
An Old-Time Celebration - 52
Basque Lullaby - 36
Battle Cry of Freedom - 112
Battle Hymn of the Republic - 116
Beecher - 73
Bells of Aberdovey, The - 8
Bethany - 82
Bingo, Eli Yale - 45
Bohemia, My Fatherland - 111
Boola - 46
Bright College Years - 41
Brightest and best of the sons of the morning - 85
Bugle Song - 17
By yon bonnie banks - 26
Camden - 65
Canonbury - 67
Castles in the Air - 27
Cheer for Old Amherst - 49
Colchester - 92
Columbia Quadrangle Song - 55
Come and lift your glasses high - 55
Come and sing, all ye loyal Amherst men - 49
Cossack's Lullaby, The - 31
Dartmouth, Our Dartmouth - 47
Day is dying in the west - 84
Dear Alma Mater - 53
Dixie - 113
Dombrowski's March - 106
Dominus Regit Me - 80
Down the Field - 43
Duke Street - 126
Each for All - 123
Epiphany - 94
Evening Praise - 84
Father in Heaven, hear us to-day - 96
Federal Street - 64
Fight for Yale - 44
Finland, National Song of - 102
Foundation Song (Harrow School) - 58
From age to age how grandly rise - 92
From age to age they gather - 118
From the Hills - 35
Garibaldi's Hymn - 103
German Battle Cry of Freedom - 109
God of our Fathers, known of old - 129
God of the Nations, Near and Far - 131
God of the strong, God of the weak - 98
God Save the People - 130
God's Trumpet Wakes the Slumb'ring World - 97
Gone are the days when my heart was young and gay - 3
Guldterning - 33
Guten Abend, gut' Nacht - 22
Hamburg - 98
Hark, hark, my soul! - 71
Hark, Hark, the Peal of Clarions Calling - 101
Harvardiana - 42
Have you heard the waters - 2
Holy Trinity - 89
How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord - 95
Hungary - 70
Hush Ye, My Bairnie - 29
I know not what the future hath - 76
I said it in the meadow path - 123
I wish I were in the land of cotton - 113
I would I could the Emp'ror be - 61
I'm Going Back to Dixie - 5
Immortal by their deed and word - 79
Immortal Love, forever full - 81
In heav'nly love abiding - 70
In olden time mankind was bred - 117
In the green valley thou'rt lingering yonder - 32
In the peaceful ev'ning time - 8
Italian National Hymn - 103
Jesus, Lover of my Soul - 88
Jock o' Hazeldean - 24
Jungle March - 51
King Christian Stood Beside the Mast - 110
Lambeth - 76
Land of Our Birth, We Pledge to Thee - 120
Lest We Forget - 129
Light of ages and of nations! - 73
Loch Lomond - 26
Lord's Prayer, The - 96
Love Divine, all loves excelling - 75
Love's Old Sweet Song - 15
Lullaby and good night - 22
Lullaby, twilight is spreading - 36
Lyons - 63
March, march on down the field - 43
Marching On - 118
Marching Song (Columbia University) - 56
Marianina - 30
Marseillaise, The - 100
'Mid smoking embers - 105
Mine eyes have seen the glory - 116
Morning Star - 85
Mother of Men, grown strong in giving - 48
My Ain Fireside - 28
My country! 'tis of thee - 121
My God, my Father, while I stray - 91
My Old Kentucky Home - 4
My Wishes - 1
Nancy Lee - 16
Nature's Music - 2
Nearer, my God, to Thee - 82
O beautiful for spacious skies - 124
O Canada, our home, our native land - 104
O Dixie's land is the land of glory - 114
O God, beneath Thy guiding hand - 127
O God, Thy world is sweet with prayer - 67
O Grim, Grey Palisades - 59
O Holy Night - 90
O Land of My Fathers - 107
O Life that maketh all things new - 99
O Little Town of Bethlehem - 93
O Lord of heaven, and earth, and sea - 72
O Mother strong, our tasks are done - 62
O say, can you see by the dawn's early light - 115
O Thou, My Peace - 18
Oberlin, our Alma Mater - 50
O'er the ocean flies a merry fay - 30
Of all the wives as e'er you know - 16
Oh! sing them on the sunny hills - 9
Oh, Did You Ne'er Hear of the Blarney - 11
Oh, I have seen great ones and sat in great ha's - 28
Oh, the days of the Kerry dancing - 13
Oh, worship the King, all-glorious above - 63
Old Black Joe - 3
Once in the dear, dead days beyond recall - 15
One holy church of God appears - 89
One thought I have, my ample creed - 87
Our Flag - 128
Our God to us gave iron here - 109
Our Land, our land, dear Fatherland - 102
Out of the dark the circling sphere - 68
Pilgrims - 71
Pipe Us the Songs of Freedom - 34
Poland is not lost forever - 106
Portuguese Hymn - 95
Prayer is the soul's sincere desire - 77
Press on! press on! ye sons of light - 65
Rally round the flag, boys - 112
Raphael - 81
Resignation - 91
Salvator Mundi - 78
Sans Souci - 57
Seated one day at the organ - 19
Serenity - 87
Sing to the colors that float in the light - 54
Sleep, ah, sleep, my darling baby - 31
Some think the world is made for fun and frolic - 14
Sons of Dear Norway - 108
Spohr - 79
Strong Son of God, immortal Love - 64
Ten thousand strong, sing we a song - 50
The Bells of Aberdovey - 8
The bonnie, bonnie bairn sits in his hearthside place - 27
The Cossack's Lullaby - 31
The Dear Little Shamrock - 12
The flow'rets all sleep soundly - 21
The Gridiron King - 40
The Harp That Once through Tara's Halls - 10
The hill's a-gleam to-night - 52
The Kerry Dance - 13
The King of love my shepherd is - 80
The Last Hour of the Year - 38
The Little Sandman - 21
The Lord's Prayer - 96
The Lost Chord - 19
The March of the People - 119
The Marseillaise - 100
The Meeting of the Waters - 6
The Morning Hangs its Signal - 125
The Old Folks at Home - 1
The Songs Our Fathers Loved - 9
The splendor falls on castle walls - 17
The Star-Spangled Banner - 115
The sun shines bright in the old Kentucky home - 4
The voice of God is calling - 69
The wind ahead? The wind is free! - 66
The World is Marching On - 117
The year's last hour is sounding - 38
The Yellow and Blue - 54
Then hit the line for Harvard - 40
There came three kings, ere break of day - 94
There is not in this wide world a valley so sweet - 6
There's a dear little plant that grows in our isle - 12
These things shall be! A loftier race - 126
They who tread the path of Labor - 74
Thou lovely maiden, come and throw - 33
Thy kingdom come — on bended knee - 132
To God Eternal the heav'ns render glory - 86
Trelawny - 7
Trust in the Lord - 83
Two empires by the sea - 122
Valedictory - 62
Wave, Flag of Beauty! - 128
'Way down in old New Jersey - 51
'Way down upon the Swanee River - 1
We con, beside thy knee - 53
We may not climb the heavenly steeps - 78
We Meet Again To-night - 39
Webb - 69
Welcome, Sweet Spring - 20
Well, here we are, well, here we are! - 46
We're from a school of great renown - 60
What if to-morrow bring - 57
What is the sound and rumor? - 119
What will you take to town, lad - 35
When Raleigh rose to fight the foes - 58
When the Little Children Sleep - 23
When wilt Thou save Thy people? - 130
When you're marching for Columbia - 56
Where is my home? - 111
Who Treads the Path of Duty - 37
Who Wadna Fight for Charlie? - 25
Why weep ye by the tide, ladye? - 24
Wiegenlied - 22
Wilt Thou Soon Return? - 32
With Crimson in triumph flashing - 42
With Smoke of Fire - 105
World-Peace - 122
Ye sons of France, awake to glory - 100
Yes, we'll rally round the flag, boys - 112
Z Dymen Pozarów - 105


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Subject: Index: Anthologie de la chanson populaire (Bouchor
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 27 Jan 09 - 12:25 AM

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Anthologie de la Chanson Populaire
Française, Anglaise et Russe
Avec une Introduction Paroles et Mélodies Transcrites
par Maurice Bouchor
Harmonisations par Jules De Brayer
(Paris: Delagrave, 1917)

CHANSONS FRANÇAISES

Jean Renaud - 65
Les Tombes fleuries - 70
Le Prisonnier de Hollande - 73
Les trois Tambours - 75
Le Prisonnier de Nantes - 77
D'où viens-tu, Bergère? - 79
Le Retour du Marin - 81
La Courte Paille - 84
La Fête des Savetiers - 86
Pour une rosé - 89
Avec mes sabots - 91
Voici l'hiver passé - 93
Lorsque j'étais jeunette - 95
J'ai tant dansé - 97
La petite Tata - 99
II faut marier nos filles - 101

CHANSONS ANGLAISES, GALLOISES, MANXOISES, ÉCOSSAISES ET IRLANDAISES.

Les trois Corbeaux - 103
Toast - 105
Noce villageoise - 107
Le puits de Sainte Keyne - 109
Lady Maisry - 111
Le hardi Pécheur - 113
L'Anneau brisé - 116
Le brave Laboureur - 118
Jean Grain d'Orge - 121
Les douze Jours de Noël - 124
Marche des Hommes de Harlech - 126
La Harpe celtique - 129
Le Troupeau sous la neige - 132
Marchons, les Cas! - 133
Les Clochettes bleues d'Ecosse - 135
Charlet, mon prince aimé - 137
Vrai Montagnard - 141
Les Jours d'autrefois - 143
Le Rat-de-Cave emporté par le Diable - 145
T'oublier? - 147
Dans la sombre nuit bleue - 150
Autour de la coupe - 153
Irlande - 155
Famine - 157
Le Drapeau vert - 159

CHANSONS RUSSES

La Vision de Marie - 161
Charité - 164
La Mort du Soldat - 166
Le Hulan - 169
Les deux Cygnes - 173
Le soleil descend - 177
Dans la nuit - 178
Vers la colline - 179
Épousailles - 181
Soir nuptial - 183
La Danse des Vieilles - 185
Pauvre Moujick - 186
Le Printemps dans la Forêt - 188
Chant des Hàleurs de la Volga - 190


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Subject: Index: The Novello Music Course, #4 (Howard, 1904)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 27 Jan 09 - 07:42 PM

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The Novello Music Course, Fourth Reader
By Francis Edward Howard
(New York: Novello, Ewer & Co., 1904)

Advice - Hungarian Folksong Melody - 48
Alpine Rose - The Swiss Folksong - 105
America - Henry Carey (?) - 139
An Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog - Franz Joseph Haydn - 78
Arbor Day Song - Francis E. Howard - 20
Art Sleeping, My Dear One - Adoff Jensen - 24
Auld Lang Syne - Old Scotch Melody - 72
Austrian National Song - Franz Joseph Haydn - 156
Autumn Song - Hungarian Folksong Melody - 35
Bay of Biscay, The - John Davy - 68
Bird Voices - Robert Franz - 133
Birds in the Night - Sir Arthur Sullivan - 86
Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomon, The - Old Jacobite Song - 16
Canadian Boat Song - French Canadian Folksong Melody - 52
Careless, Idle Maiden - Charles Gounod, from "Faust" - 64
Child and the Rainbow, The - Edward Hagerup Grieg - 22
Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean - David T. Shaw (?) - 142
Come, Lassies and Lads - English Folksong - 128
Dancing Song, A - Swedish Folksong - 118
Dawns Another Day - Swedish Folksong Melody - 3
Dear Land of My Fathers - Old Swedish National Melody - 29
Dear Placid Vale - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - 69
Dusky Night Rides Down the Sky, The - English Folksong - 94
Dutch National Song - 150
Early Spring - French Folksong Melody - 88
Every Bustling Tree - Friedrich Daniel Rod. Kuhlau - 85
Eyes of Spring, The - Robert Franz - 79
Faith - Edward Hagerup Grieg - 136
Faith in Spring - Mendelssohn - 98
Fir Tree, The - August Christian Zarnack - 21
For What This Mourning - François Frederic Chopin - 32
Forth to the Battle - Welsh Martial Air - 71
Freedom, Our Queen - Francis E. Howard - 146
God's Peace Hovers over All - Franz Joseph Haydn - 134
Good Morning - Edward Hagerup Grieg - 50
Goodbye to Summer - Swedish Folksong Melody - 15
Hail, Columbia - 144
Hail, Smiling Morn - Reginald Spofforth - 90
Hardy Norseman's House of Yore, The - Old Norwegian Melody - 14
Hunter's Song, A - Mendelssohn - IM
Hymn of the Marseillaise - Roguet de Lisle - 154
I'll Tell on Thee - Bohemian Folksong - 75
Impatience - Franz Schubert - 66
In the Finland Forest - Finnish Folksong Melody - 6
It Is Not Thee - Francois Frederic Chopin - 80
Joy of Spring, The - Mendelssohn - 116
King of Brentford, The - Old French Melody - 36
Knotting Song, The - Henry Purcell - 103
Lapland Song, A - Lapp Folksong Melody - 23
Last Man, The - Swedish Folksong Melody - 1
Laziness - Franz Joseph Haydn - 108
Let Erin Remember - Irish Folksong Melody - 44
Lordly Gallants - Dr. Calcott - 62
March of the Men of Harlech - Welsh Song - 152
Mother's Song - Robert A. H. Clarke - 97
Mouse-hued Steed I Had, A - Hungarian Folksong - 96
My Dear Old Mother - Edward Hagerup Grieg - 130
New Year's Carol, A - Welsh Folksong - 95
Night Folds Her Dark Mantle - Bohemian Folksong Melody - 84
Nightingale's Song, The - Carl Maria von Weber - 49
Now Robin Lend to Me Thy Bow - English Folksong Melody - 18
Now the Day is Over - Sir Joseph Barnby - 9
O'er Kamenz the Storm Still Hovers - Old Servian Song - 67
Oft in the Stilly Night - Folksong Melody - 10
Oh! Breathe Not His Name - Irish Melody - 19
Oh! Fatherland - Gottfried Kirchoff - 42
Oh! Star, Deceive Me Not - Robert Franz - 82
Oh! the Shamrock - Irish Air - 76
Oh, Wermeland Thou Fairest of All Lands - Swedish Folksong - 58
Old King Cole - Traditional English Air - 114
Opening Spring, The - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - 70
Owl and the Pussy Cat - William E. Brown - 26
Parting and Meeting - Mendelssohn - 8
Poet, The - Hungarian Folksong Melody - 73
Praise of Tears - Franz Schubert - 54
Rising of the Lark - Welsh Folksong - 40
Rose and the Nightingale, The - Robert Franz - 56
Russian National Anthem - A. von Lvoff - 147
Sally in Our Alley - Old English Melody - 39
Soldier and His Steed, The - François Frederic Chopin - 120
Soldier Bold, The - Thomas Ford - 109
Song of the Brook - E. B. Birge - 47
Sorrow - Polish Folksong - 38
Sportive Little Trifler, Tell Me - Sir Henry R. Bishop - 30
Spring's Delights - Müller - 121
Springtime - Swedish Folksong Melody - 107
Star Spangled Banner - Dr. Samuel Arnold - 140
Summer Is a-Coming In - Old English Melody - 2
There Is a Lad Was Born in Kyle - Scotch Folksong Melody - 46
Three Beggars, The - James Lyman Molloy - 100
To Friendship - Franz Joseph Haydn - 60
True Liberty - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - 28
Watch on the Rhine - Carl Wilhelm - 148
Water Party, The - Robert Franz - 5
Welcome to the Swallow - François Frederic Chopin - 132
Were I the Sun - François Frederic Chopin - 4
When Green Leaves Come Again - Sir Henry R. Bishop - 112
When the Spring Blooms o'er Mountain High - Robert Franz - 110
Winter - German Folksong Melody - 61
Winter - Greek Melody - 74
Ye Mariners of England - Dr. John Wall Calcott - 12


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Subject: Index: Melodic Fourth Reader (Ripley, Tapper, 1906
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 28 Jan 09 - 12:17 AM

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Melodic Fourth Reader
By Frederic Herbert Ripley and Thomas Tapper
(New York: American Book Company, 1906)

TITLE - РOЕТ OR SOURCE - COMPOSER OR SOURCE - PAGE
All Things Bright - John Keble - - 13
America - S. F. Smith - Henry Carey - 223
April - - - 151
Battle Prayer - Words from the German of Theodore Körner - F. H. Himmel - 198
Begone! Dull Care - - English Air, 17th Century - 42
Bells Are Chiming - - Jacob Blied - 93
Bird Song - A. J. Foxwell - B. Brahmig - 24
Bird Song - Christine Rosetti - Mary Carmichael - 76
Care-free - - German Folksong Arr. by Granville Bantock - 6
Child and the Piper, The - W. Blake - H. L. Heartz - 94
Children on the Stream - - - 52
Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean - David T. Shaw - David T. Shaw - 232
Come, Thou Almighty King - Charles Wesley - Felice Giardini - 239
Corn Song, The - - Godfrey Marks - 189
Delight of Spring, The - - Franz Аbt - 68
Discovery Day - Hezekiah Butterworth - - 207
Down in the Dell - Bayard Taylor - Charles Fonteyn Manney - 145
Echo Song - - Humphrey J. Stark - 78
Farewell - Lord Tennyson - F. W. Jones - 66
Farewell to the Woods - - German Air - 172
Fatherland, The - - Edvard Grieg - 235
Flag of Our Union Forever, The - George P. Morris - Wm. Vincent Wallace - 178
Flowers for the Brave - - Bellini, "Norma." E. W. Chapman - 180
Forget Me Not - - - 60
Fountain, The - J. R. Lowell - - 36
From Glory unto Glory - Frances R. Havergal - W. Stevenson Hoyte - 200
Gently Fall the Dews of Eve - - Giuseppe Verdi - 96
God Ever Glorious - S. F. Smith - Alexis T. Lwoff - 238
God Guard Columbia - Rev. Henry C. McCook, D.D. - George B. Nevin - 212
Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah - Rev. W. Williams - F. Herold - 192
Hail, Columbia! - Joseph Hopkinson - Prof. Phyla - 224
Hark! the Vesper Hymn - Thomas Moore - Irish Melody (Arr.) - 250
Harvest Song, A - - - 218
Ho! The Wild Wind - Edward Oxenford - H. Heale - 156
Holy Night - - Michael Haydn - 221
Holy, Holy, Holy! - Bishop R. Heber - Rev. J. В. Dykes - 241
Home - Colin Sterne - H. Ernest Nichol - 28
How Lovely Are the Messengers - From "St. Paul" - F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy - 85
How They so Softly Rest - H. W. Longfellow - W. T. Deane - 222
Jerusalem the Golden - Bernard of Cluny - Alexander Ewing - 243
John Gilpin - William Cowper - G. A. MacFarren - 60
Joy to the World - Isaac Watts - G. F. Handel - 245
Land of Our Fathers - - - 93
Landing of the Pilgrims - Felicia Hemans - Mrs. Browne - 211
Lift Thine Eyes - From "Elijah" - F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy - 72
Light of Heart - W. Vere Mingard - F. W. Farringion (Arr.) - 46
Lincoln - Annie L. Muzzy - Hamlin E. Cogswell - 140
Little Things - - H. L. Heartz - 21
Long Live America - Harrison Millard - Emory P. Russell - 197
Lord of the Harvest - Rev. J. H. Gurney - H. J. Gauntlett - 210
Love - Alice Cary - - 69
Love - Francis Bourdillon - H. L. Heartz - 59
March of the Men of Harlech - William Duthie - Welsh. Air, harmonized by Joseph Barnby - 214
May - - Franz Abt - 162
May - - G. Rossini - 114
May Morning - - F. von Flotow - 83
Might with the Right, The - - Dr. Callcott - 122
Mignonette - Edward Oxenford - Charles E. Whiting - 124
Mill Stream and the Mountain Rill, The - - A. Mary R. Dobson - 17
Miller of the Dee, The - Charles Kingsley - Old English Air - 30
Mine Be a Cot - - - 20
Monarch of the Woods - - J. W. Cherry - 189
Month of Apple Blossoms - - G. Donizetti - 183
Morning Song - - Sicilian Hymn - 237
Mountain Chapel, The - - Franz Abt - 45
New American Нуmn, The - - William T. Soulee - 194
New Mown Hay, The - - Theodor Froelich - 152
Night, Lovely Night - - Francesco Berger - 80
North Country Song - Nursery Rhymes - H. L. Heartz - 3
Now the Day Is Over - Rev. S. Baring-Gould - J. Barnby - 217
Now the Evening Hour - - F. von Flotow - 131
O Holy Father - W. H. Burleigh - Robert Schumann - 102
O Native Land - - F. Reichardt - 209
O Paradise - Frederick W. Faber - Joseph Barnby - 242
O Rest in the Lord - From "Elijah" - F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy - 32
O Vales with Sunlight Smiling - - F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy - 8
Oars Are Plashing Lightly, The - John Fowler - Adam Geibel - 48
Ode for Washington's Birthday - Oliver Wendell Holmes - Ludwig van Beethoven - 206
Old Year, The - Mabel Hay Barrows - Kloss - 220
On the Banks of Allan Water - - C. E. Horn Arr. by Charles E. Whiting - 38
Onward - - J. Wepf - 10
Onward, Christian Soldiers - Rev. S. Baring-Gould - Sir Arthur S. Sullivan - 204
Our Country - Alice C. D. Riley - Jessie L. Gaynor - 246
Parting Hour, The - - V. Bellini - 71
Postillion, The - - - 14
Praise the Lord - - Franz Abt - 26
Praise the Lord - Bishop Richard Maut - Joseph Haydn - 244
Ring the Bells of Mercy - - H. L. Heartz - 23
Savoyard's Song, The - Thomas Moore - John Hullah - 7
Sea Song - - Dr. Callcott - 160
Shine Out, Stars - - A. M. Foerster - 118
Sister's Evening Song, The - - Charles E. Whiting - 153
Sisters, Trip Lightly - - G. Verdi Arr. by Charles E. Whiting - 154
Softly Now the Light of Day - G. W. Doane - C. M. von Weber - 193
Song of Peace - - F. Silcher - 252
Song of Praise - James Montgomery - - 251
Song of Spring - - G. Matthai - 22
Song of the Brook, The - Louise M. Alcott - Philip N. Goepp - 54
Spring - - Caesar Cui - 110
Spring Begins - - Franz Abt - 82
Spring Song - Old Ballad - William Arms Fisher - 126
Spring's Delight - - Schneider von Wartensee - 65
Stand by the Flag - - Henry Tucker - 174
Star Spangled Banner, The - Francis Scott Key - Dr. Samuel Arnold - 228
Stars and Souls - - H. L. Heartz - 106
Swans with Proud Wings - - Charles E. Whiting - 104
Thou, O Lord, Art My Protector - - Camille Saint-Saens Arr. By John A. O'Shea - 164
Three Jovial Welshmen - Nursery Rhyme - H. L. Heartz - 108
Thy Flow'ry Banks, O Lovely River! - - G. Meyerbeer - 129
Time of the Singing of Birds, The - - George Barker - 176
'Tis the Hour for Music - - H. Farmer - 58
To June - Claude Seife - William Cresner Arr. By Charles E. Whiting - 160
To Thee, O Country! - Anna P. Eichberg - Julius Eichberg - 134
Tyrolese Carol, A - - - 216
Wanderer's Greeting, The - - Franz Abt - 95
Washington - John Chick Murray - - 202
Watch on the Rhine, The - Max Schneckenburger - Carl Wilhelm - 236
We'll Row Thee o'er the Waters - - F. Mehul - 61
When I Was a Little Boy - William Shakespeare (From "Twelfth Night") - English Melody - 249
When the Swallows Homeward fly - - Franz Аbt - 101
With the Stars - - Franz Abt - 37
Wondrous Star - - Charles Mayer - 81
Work - Mary N. Prescott - H. L. Heartz - 74


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Subject: Index: Scots Musical Museum, vol. 1 (Johnson, 1853
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 04 Feb 09 - 01:09 AM

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The Scots Musical Museum, Vol. 1.
Consisting of upwards of six hundred songs with proper basses for the pianoforte.
Originally published by James Johnson
And now accompanied with copious notes and illustrations of the lyric poetry and music of Scotland
By the late William Stenhouse
With additional notes and illustrations.
New edition—in four volumes
(Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1853.)

[Note: Volume 1 of this edition comprises Volumes 1 & 2 of the original edition; therefore I have merged the two tables of contents.--JD]

A cock laird fu' cadgie - - 155
A Rose bud by my early walk - Burns - 197
A' the lads o' Thornie bank - - 164
Ah sure a pair was never seen - - 23
Ah, the poor shepherds mournful fate - Hamilton - 158
All lovely on the sultry beach - The late Wm. Wallace Esqr. of Cairnhill, Composed on a young gentleman who perished in Admiral Vernon's expedition against Carthagena - 107
Allan by his griefs excited - - 125
Allan water - Mr. Crawford, a gentleman of the family of Auchnames - 43
Amidst a rosy bank of flowers - Ferguson - 186
An I'll kiss thee yet, yet - - 201
An thou wert my ain thing - - 2
As down on Banna's banks I stray'd - Mr. Poe, Irish Air - 47
As Philermon and Phillis together did walk - - 162
As walking forth to view the plain - - 171
At Polwarth on the green - Ramsay - 191
Auld lang syne - Ramsay - 26
Auld Rob Morris that wins in yon glen - - 200
Balow my boy, lie still and sleep - - 135
Banks of Forth - - 76
Banks of the Tweed - - 6
Beds of sweet roses - - 7
Bide ye yet - - 98
Birks of Abergeldie - - 116
Birks of Invermay - The 2 first stanzas by Mallet, the 2 last by Dr. Bryce of Kirknewton - 73
Blathrie o't - - 34
Blink o'er the burn, sweet Betty - Mitchel - 52
Blythe Jockey young and gay - - 30
Blythe Jocky - - 25
Blythe, blythe and merry was she - Burns - 187
Blythsome bridal - - 58
Bony Bessy - Ramsay - 31
Bony brucket lassie - - 69
Bony Christy - Ramsay - 61
Bony Dundee - - 100
Bony grey-ey'd morn - Ramsay - 80
Bony Jean - Ramsay - 55
Bony lassie will ye go - Barns - 115
Bony Scotman - Ramsay - 13
Boss the gawkie - - 4
Braes of Ballenden - Blacklock, the Music by Oswald - 93
Braw, braw lads o' Galla water - - 131
Broom of Cowdenknows - - 70
Bush aboon Traquair - Mr. Crawford - 81
Busk ye busk ye - Ramsay - 65
By a murmuring stream a fair shepherdess lay - - 111
Cauld blaws the wind frae east to west - - 147
Clarinda, mistress of my soul - Burns - 206
Collier's bony lassie - Ramsay - 48
Come boat me o'er, come row me o'er - - 195
Come let's hae mair wine in - Ramsay - 12
Corn riggs - Ramsay - 94
Dear Roger if your Jenny geck - Ramsay - 17
Down the burn Davie - Mr. Crawford - 75
Dumbarton drums beat bonie O - - 169
Etrick banks - - 82
Fairest of the fair - Dr. Piercy - 33
Farewel ye dungeons dark and strong - Burns - 117
Flowers of Edinburgh - - 14
Flowers of the forest - Miss Home - 64
For lake o gold she's left me O - Dr. Austin - 171
From Roslin Castle's echoing walls - - 9
Fy gar rub her o'er wi' strae - Ramsay - 17
Gie me a lass wi' a lump o' land - Ramsay - 177
Gilderoy - Sir Alexr. Halket - 67
Go on sweet bird and soothe my care - by a Lady - 198
Go to the ewe bughts, Marion - - 86
Grahainius notabilis, coegerat montanos - - 103
Green grow the rashes - Ms Burns - 78
Had I a heart for falsehood fram'd - Sheridan - 47
Happy Marriage - - 20
He stole my tender heart away - English Air - 29
He who presum'd to guide the sun - Struan Robertson - 115
Her absence will not alter me - - 72
Her daddie forbad, her minnie forbad - - 145
Here awa there awa - - 58
Here is to the king Sir - - 178
Hey the dusty miller - - 151
Highland King - - 1
Highland laddie - Ramsay - 22
Highland Queen - Poetry and music both by a Mr. McVicar, once of the Solbay man of war - 1
How long and dreary is the night - - 183
How pleasant the banks of the clear winding Devon - Burns - 165
I am my mammy's ae bairn - - 110
I dream'd I lay where flowers were springing - - 153
I had a horse and I had nae mair - - 193
I married with a scolding wife - - 99
I who am sore oppress'd with love - Struan Robertson - 154
I wish my love were in a mire - Translated from Sappho by Philips - 41
I'll never leave thee - Mr. Crawford - 92
In April when primroses paint the sweet plain - Ramsay - 127
In comin by the brig o' Dye - - 164
In the hall I lay in night - Ossian - 119
It is night, I am alone - Ossian - 123
It was in an evening sae saft and sae clear - - 113
Jamie Gay - - 15
Jenny Nettles - - 53
Jenny's heart was frank and free - by Mr. Mayne - 28
Jockey he came here to woo - - 175
Jocky said to Jenny - - 62
John Hay's bony lassie - Ramsay - 68
Johny and Mary - - 101
Johny's gray breeks - - 28
Kate of Aberdeen - Cunningham - 36
Landlady count the lawin - Tradition says that this tune was king Robert Bruce's March at the battle of Bannockburn - 178
Lass of Livingston - Ramsay - 18
Lass of Patie's mill - Ramsay - 21
Last time I came o'er the moor - Ramsay - 19
Lawland maids - Ramsay - 23
Leander on the bay - - 27
Lewis Gordon - - 87
Loch Eroch side - - 78
Lochaber - Ramsay - 96
Logan water - Thomson - 42
Look where my dear Hamilla smiles - Hamilton - 111
Lord Gregory - - 5
Loud blaw the frosty breezes - Burns - 150
Low down in the broom - - 91
Lucky Nancy - - 34
Mary Scot - Ramsay - 74
Mary's Dream - Mr. Alexr. Lowe, a young Gentleman of Galloway - 38
Mourn, hapless Caledonia, mourn - Smollet, Composed after the battle of Culloden - 147
Muckin o' Geordie's byre - - 97
Musing on the roaring ocean - Burns - 187
My ain kind dearie O - - 50
My apron dearie - Sir Gilbt. Elliot - 94
My dear Jockie - - 16
My Dearie if thou die - Mr. Crawford - 83
My heart was ance as blythe and free - - 106
My lov'd Celestia is so fair - Struan Robertson - 160
My love has forsaken me - - 159
My mither's ay glowran o'er me - Ramsay - 180
My Nanny O - Ramsay - 89
Nae gentle dames, tho' ne'er so fair - - 121
Nancy's to the greenwood gane - - 50
No repose can I discover - Ferguson - 131
Now wat ye wha I met yestreen - Ramsay - 179
O Bell thy looks have pierc'd my heart - Ramsay - 146
O Bessy Bell and Mary Gray - Ramsay - 134
O gae to the kye wi' me Johnie - - 142
O lovely maid how dear's thy power - - 42
O merry may the maid be - - 129
O mither dear I gin to fear - - 133
O Molly, Molly, my dear honey - - 132
O Sandy why leaves thou thy Nelly to mourn - - 161
O saw ye my father - - 77
O that I were where Helen lies - See the story of this ballad in Pennant's tour thro' Scotland, Vol. 2d, page 88th, Ed. 4th, Dublin - 163
O waly, waly up yon bank - - 166
O what had I ado for to marry - - 199
O whistle an I'll come to you my lad - Burns - 109
O'er bogie wi' my love - Ramsay - 175
O'er the hills and far away - - 62
O'er the moor to Maggy - Ramsay - 56
Oh ono chrio - Composed on the massacre of Glencoe - 90
On a rock by seas surrounded - - 107
One night as young Colin lay musing in bed - Blacklock - 151
One night I dream'd I lay most easy - - 131
Oscar's Ghost - Miss Ann Keith, The music by Mrs. Touch - 71
Peggy I must love thee - Ramsay - 3
Pinky house - - 57
Quite over the mountains - - 157
Rattlin, roarin Willie - - 202
Raving winds around her blowing - Burns - 181
Roslin Castle - Mr. Richd. Hewit, the music by Oswald - 9
Sae merry as we twa hae been - - 60
Saw ye Johny comin quo she - - 10
Saw ye na my Peggy - - 12
She rose and loot me in - - 84
She took me in and set me down - - 188
Since all thy vows false maid - - 207
Since robb'd of all that charm'd my view - - 184
Speak on, speak thus and still my grief - Ramsay - 137
Stay my charmer, can you leave me - Burns - 135
Sweet Annie frae the sea beach came - - 85
Sweet Sir for your courtesie - - 114
Talk not of love, it gives me pain - by a Lady - 194
Tarry woo - - 45
The blude red rose at yule may blaw - - 190
The carl he cam o'er the craft - - 141
The Chevalier being void of fear - Mr. Skirvin - 103
The gypsies cam to our gude lord's yett - Neighbouring tradition strongly vouches for the truth of this story. - 189
The love that I hae chosen - - 118
The maid in bedlam - George Syron, a Negro in bedlam - 46
The maid that tends the goats - Mr. Dudgeon - 40
The Ploughman he's a bonie lad - - 173
The shepherd Adonis - - 167
The widow can bake and the widow can brew - - 130
The winter it is past and the summer's come at last - - 208
The yellow hair'd laddie sat on yon burn brae - - 128
There was a lass they ca'd her Meg - - 156
There was ance a May - - 126
There's cauld kail in Aberdeen - The D—— of G—— - 170
There's my thumb I'll ne'er beguile you - - 66
There's nae luck about the house - - 44
Thickest night, surround my dwelling - Burns, Mr. A. Masterton - 138
Tho' cruel Fate should bid us part - Burns - 122
Tibbie I hae seen the day - Burns - 203
To fly like bird from grove to grove - - 25
To me what are riches encumber'd with care - This tune is said to be the composition of James the 4th of Scotland - 174
Turnimspike man - - 24
Tweed Side - Mr. Crawford - 37
Twine weel the plaiden - - 32
Up and warn a' Willie - - 195
Water parted from the sea - English Air - 39
Wauking of the fauld - Ramsay - 88
Weary fa' you Duncan Gray - The music is said to have been the composition of a Carman in Glasgow - 168
Well, I agree, ye'r sure o' me - Ramsay - 176
What will I do gin my hoggie die - - 139
What words dear Nancy will prevail - - 140
When absent from the nymph I love - - 54
When first my dear laddie gaed to the green hill - Ramsay - 128
When Guilford good our pilot stood - Burns - 102
When summer comes the swains on Tweed - Mr. Crawford - 71
Where braving angry winter's storms - Burns - 203
Where waving pines salute the skies - - 205
Where winding Forth adorns the vale - Ferguson - 149
Why hangs that cloud upon thy brow - Hamilton - 143
Willie was a wanton wag - Mr. Walkinshaw - 144
With broken words and downcast eyes - - 137
Within a mile of Edinr. town - - 49
Woo'd and married and a' - - 10
Ye gods was Strephon's picture blest - Hamilton - 182
Ye Highlands and ye Lawlands - - 185
Ye rivers so limpid and clear - - 191
Young Peggy blooms our bonniest lass - Burns - 79


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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: redafghans
Date: 04 Feb 09 - 04:26 PM

looking for a name of a song and I know nothing about it but some words

I wish I could ride on the shadows of clouds that drift across the hill
Over the meadow and out of sight they ?? so smooth and still

Over the daisy fields they came and not a daisy stirred

They ??? like chariots grand and slow but never a sound was heard


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Subject: Index: Scots Musical Museum, Vol. 3 (Johnson, 1853
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 05 Feb 09 - 01:00 AM

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The Scots Musical Museum, Vol. 3.
Consisting of upwards of six hundred songs with proper basses for the pianoforte.
Originally published by James Johnson
And now accompanied with copious notes and illustrations of the lyric poetry and music of Scotland
By the late William Stenhouse
With additional notes and illustrations.
New edition—in four volumes
(Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1853.)

[Note: Volume 3 of this edition comprises Volumes 5 & 6 of the original edition; therefore I have merged the two tables of contents.--JD]

A cogie of ale and a pickle ate meal - Sherrifs, Music by McIntosh - 564
A friend o' mine came here yestreen - - 422
A Laddie and a Lassie - - 488
A Soldier for gallant achievements renoun'd - - 608
About ane bank with balmy bewis - - 478
Adieu! A heart warm, fond adieu - Burns - 620
Ae day a braw wooer - Burns - 533
Aften hae I play'd at the cards and the dice - - 474
Ah Mary sweetest maid farewell - - 546
Altho' my back be at the wa' - - 494
An' I'll awa to bonny Tweed-side - - 580
Ance mair I hail thee thou gloomy December - Burns - 515
And a' that e'er my Jenny had - - 512
Anna thy charms my bosom fire - Burns - 547
Argyll is my name - by J. Duke of Argyll - 578
As I came in by Achindown - - 502
As I came o'er the Cairny mount - - 480
As I lay on my bed on a night - - 601
As I stood by yon roofless tower - Burns - 418
As I was walking by yon river side - - 566
As I went o'er the highland hills - - 525
As Sylvia in a forest lay - - 441
As walking forth to view the plain - - 526
Auld Rob the laird o' muckle land - - 420
Bannocks o' bear meal - - 489
Behind yon hills where rivlets row - Burns - 600
Blest are the mortals above all - by Mr. A. M. - 453
Bright the moon aboon yon mountain - Hamilton - 612
But lately seen in gladsome green - Burns - 501
Cauld is the e'enin blast - Burns - 603
Chanticleer, wi' noisy whistle - Music by S. Clarke - 568
Come follow, follow - - 552
Come under my plaidy - Macneil, Esqr. - 550
Comin thro' the rye, poor body - Burns - 430
Could aught of song declare my pain - Burns - 509
Does haughty Gaul invasion threat - Burns, Music by S. Clarke - 565
Farewell ye fields an' meadows green - Hamilton - 597
For weel he kend the way O - - 505
Frae Dunibier as I cam through - - 523
Fu' fain wad I be Jamie's lass - - 478
Gat ye me, O gat ye me - - 442
Gently blaw ye eastern breezes - Anderson - 581
Gin a body meet a body - - 431
Go plaintive sound - W. Hamilton Esqr. - 595
Go to Berwick Johnny - Hamilton - 534
Good morrow fair mistress - - 502
Gudeen to you kimmer - Burns - 540
Had I the wyte, had I the wyte - Burns - 427
Hard is the fate of him who loves - Thomson - 610
Have ye any pots or pans - - 536
Hee balou my sweet wee Donald - - 486
Here's a health to them that's awa - - 425
Here's to thy health my bonie lass - Burns - 511
Hey! My kitten my kitten - - 577
How often my heart has by love been o'erthrown - Dr. Blacklock - 482
How sweet is the scene at the dawning o' morning - Gall - 586
How sweet this lone vale - A. Erskine, Esqr. - 533
I am a young bachelor winsome - - 556
I care na for your een sae blue - Hamilton - 619
I chanc'd to meet an airy blade - - 504
I coft a stane o' haslock woo - - 449
I'll ay ca' in by yon town - - 470
In Brechin did a wabster dwell - - 541
In lovely August last - - 457
In Scotland there liv'd a humble beggar - - 435
In yon garden fine an' gay - - 532
It was a' for our rightfu' king - - 513
Its up wi' the Souters o' Selkirk - - 450
It's whisper'd in parlour - - 474
Jockey's taen the parting kiss - Burns - 589
Little wat ye wha's coming - - 591
Liv'd ance two lovers in yon dale - - 616
Lord Thomas and fair Annet - - 553
Louis what reck I by thee - Burns - 427
My bonny Lizae Baillie - - 469
My Daddy left me gear enough - - 542
My dear and only love I pray - - 464
My father has forty good shillings - - 465
My heart is fair, I dare na tell - Burns - 448
My Jeany and I have toil'd - - 590
My Lady's gown there's gairs upon't - Burns - 573
My Peggy's face, my Peggy's form - Burns - 517
No Churchman am I for to rail and to write - Burns - 606
Now bank and brae are claith'd in green - - 537
Now nature hangs her mantle green - Burns - 417
O an ye were dead gudeman - - 421
O ay my wife she dang me - Burns - 549
O Bothwell bank thou bloomest fair - Music by J. Fergus - 529
O can ye sew Cushions - - 456
O Cherub Content - Campbell - 526
O dear what can the matter be - - 510
O dinna think bonnie lassie - - 574
O for my ain king, quo gude Wallace - - 498
O gin I were fairly shot o' her - Anderson - 576
O gin my love were yon red rose - - 614
O gude ale comes - Burns - 561
O heard ye of a silly Harper - - 598
O I forbid you, maidens a' - - 423
O keep ye weel frae Sir John Malcolm - - 468
O ken ye what Meg o' the mill has gotten - Burns - 585
O lay thy loof in mine lass - Burns - 593
O leave novels, ye Mauchlin belles - Burns - 592
O Lovely Polly Stewart - Burns - 485
O Mally's meek, Mally's sweet - Burns - 617
O Mary turn awa that bonny face - Gall - 560
O Mary ye's be clad in silk - Music by Miss G. C. - 605
O May thy morn was ne'er sae sweet - Burns - 477
O my love's like a red, red rose - Burns - 415
O once I lov'd a bonnie lass - Burns - 570
O sad and heavy should I part - Burns - 461
O steer her up and had her gaun - - 520
O tell me my bonny young lassie - Macneil, Esqr. - 553
O that I had ne'er been married - Burns - 613
O turn away those cruel eyes - - 604
O Waly, Waly, up yon bank - 2nd. Sett - 458
O wat ye wha's in yon town - Burns - 471
O weel may the boatie row - - 438
O where and O where does your highland laddie dwell - - 566
Oh! I am come to the low countrie - - 514
Our auld king Coul was a jolly auld soul - - 486
Our goodman came hame at e'en - - 466
Our young lady's a hunting gane - - 437
Out over the Forth, I look to the North - - 434
Powers celestial, whose protection - - 473
Put the gown upon the Bishop - - 462
Red gleams the sun on yon hill tap - Dr. Couper - 519
Return hameward my heart again - - 572
Robin is my only joe - - 492
Robin shure in hairst - Burns - 562
Row saftly thou stream - Gall - 524
Sae flaxen were her ringlets - Burns - 458
Saw ye my wee thing - Macneil Esqr. - 454
Saw ye the Thane o' meikle pride - Mackenzie, Esqr. - 594
Scenes of woe and scenes of pleasure - Burns, the Music by A. Masterton - 533
Scots wha hae wi' Wallace bled - Burns - 596
Should auld acquaintance be forgot - - 426
Slow spreads the gloom my soul desires - Burns - 516
Stern winter has left us - - 544
Sure my Jean is beauty's blossom - Gall - 587
Sweet Nymph of my devotion - - 419
Sweetest May let love inspire thee - Burns - 578
Tell me Jessy tell me - Hamilton - 613
The auld man he came over the lea - - 429
The auld man's mare's dead - - 500
The auld wife beyond the fire - - 446
The bonniest lad that e'er I saw - - 484
The Duke of Gordon has three daughters - - 431
The King sits in Dumfermline toune - - 496
The lovely lass of Inverness - Burns - 414
The Maid's gane to the mill by night - - 494
The maltman comes on Monanday - - 445
The night is my departing night - - 620
The nymphs and shepherds are met on the green - - 574
The Queen o' the Lothians cam cruising to Fife - - 539
The rain rins down thro' Merry-land toune - - 602
The robin came to the wren's nest - - 419
The sun in the west - Gall - 557
The Wren soho lyes in care's bed - - 497
There grows a bonie brier bush - - 508
There news lasses news - Burns - 609
There was a bonie lass - Burns - 606
There was a noble lady - - 532
There was a silly Shepherds swain - - 490
There was a wee bit wiffikie - - 506
There was a wife wonn'd in Cockpen - Burns - 553
There was an auld wife had a wee pickle tow - - 450
There's fouth of braw Jockies and Jennys - Ferguson - 462
There's three true gude fellows - - 454
Tho' for seven years and mair - Ramsay - 522
Thy cheek is o' the roses hue - Gall - 548
Tibbie Fowler o' the glen - - 452
'Tis nae very lang sinsyne - - 569
'Twas at the shining midday hour - Ramsay - 534
'Twas at the silent solemn hour - Mallet, Music by S. Clarke - 554
'Twas on a Monday morning - - 440
'Twas summer and softly the breezes - - 532
Wae is my heart, and the tear's in my e'e - - 490
Wantonness for ever mair - - 435
Wap and row, wap and row - - 470
Wee Willie gray - Burns - 530
We'll hide the Cooper behind the door - - 442
We'll put the sheep head in the pat - - 493
Wha is that at my chamber door - Ramsay - 444
Wha wadna be in love wi' bonny Maggy Lauder - - 562
Whar' Esk its silver current leads - Carey - 522
Whar hae ye been a' day, my boy Tammy - Macneil, Esqr. - 518
What think ye o' the scornfu' quine - Robertson - 476
When I gaed to the mill my lane - - 521
When I think on my lad - - 570
When Januar wind was blawing - Burns - 460
When the days they are lang - - 530
Wherefore sighing art thou Phillis - - 473
Will ye go and marry Katie - - 472
Will ye go to the Highlands Leezie Lindsay - - 446
Willy's rare and Willy's fair - - 542
Wilt thou be my Dearie - Burns - 484
Ye Muses nine, O lend your aid - - 611
You ask me charming fair - W. Hamilton Esqr. - 584
You sing of our goodman frae hame - - 614
Young Jamie pride of a' the plain - - 433


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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: Billy Weeks
Date: 07 Feb 09 - 12:46 PM

The Perfect Cure's Comic Songs, containing Forty-One of Mackney's, Stead's, Sam Collins' and Sam Cowell's best songs

Charles Sheard, London n.d. (1860s)

Words and piano accompaniments. The numbers are those allocated to the songs, not to page numbers. Authors/composers are noted below only when stated in the book. Sheard was the publisher of the long-running popular series 'The Musical Bouquet' and many of the songs in this book had previously been published in the Bouquet.

1.        The Reg'lar Cure (Charles Sloman)
2.        Love's Perfect Cure (same melody as last)
3.        The Female Auctioneer
4.        Aunt Jemima's Plaster (M A L) (related to 24)
5.        Kill Patrick of Tully Muckles Greig or the Irish Letter (L V H Crosby)
6.        The Irishman (J R Thomas)
7.        The Old Maid or When I Was a Girl of Eighteen (S Winner)
8.        Not to be Sneezed at
9.        Johnny was a Shoemaker (F Corner)
10.        Oh! My Love is a Sailor boy (La Manna)
11.        My Betsy (air: Dixey's Land) (C Sloman)
12.        Don't I Love my Dixie (same mel;ody as last)
13.        In the Park! Or The Belgravian Lament (same melody as last)
14.        The Captain with his Whiskers (T Comer)
15.        Woman's Resolution (L Heath)
16.        Be Quiet Do, I'll Call my Mother (J R Thomas)
17.        The Ratcatcher's Daughter
18.        Why did my Sarah Sell Me? (Howard Paul)
19.        Minnie Clyde (L V H Crosby)
20.        Villikins and his Dinah
21.        The Lost Child (Thomas Hood)
22.        Tim Turpin (Thomas Hood)
23.        Number One (same melody as last)
24.        Sheep Skin and Bees' Wax (related to 4)
25.        Where are You Going to my Pretty Maid?
26.        The first of September or The Cockney Sportsman
27.        Lord Lovel
28.        Hot Codlings
29.        The Irish Wedding (Dibdin)
30.        The Spider and the Fly (Henry Russell)
31.        The Cork Leg
32.        The Steam Arm (same melody as last)
33.        Billy Vite and Nelly Green or The Ghost of a Sheep's Head
34.        Umbrella Courtship (G R Chapman)
35.        Giles Scroggins
36.        Yankee's Return fromCamp (air: Yankee doodle)
37.        The One Horse Shay
38.        I'd Rather be a Daisy than Any Other Flower (C.Sloman/F Buckley)
39.        Revolutionary Tea (on the subject of the American Rebellion)
40.        Peter Gray (arr J Wade)
41.        Lord Bateman


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Subject: Index: Scotish Songs, Vol. 1 (Ritson, 1869)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 09 Feb 09 - 09:43 AM

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Scotish Songs, Vol. 1
By Joseph Ritson
2nd edition
(Glasgow: Hugh Hopkins, 1869)

[Spelling has frequently been changed from the first edition. --JD]

[TITLE or First line – Page]
A cock laird, fu' cadgie - 247
A freen' o' mine cam here yestreen - 182
A lass that was laden with care - 206
A youth adorn'd with ev'ry art - 222
Adieu, ye streams that smoothly glide - 224
Ah! gaze not on those eyes! - 165
Ah! the [poor] shepherd's mournful fate - 168
Alas! my son, you little know - 193
Alas! when charming Sylvia's gone - 154
AN ADDRESS TO HIS MISTRESS - 142
An thou wert my ain thing - 123
And ye sall walk in silk attire - 210
As I cam' in by Teviot side - 176
As I was a walking ae May morning - 187
As Sylvia in a forest lay - 221
As walking forth to view the plain - 127
AULD GUDEMAN, THE - 283
AULD ROB MORRIS - 251
AULD ROBIN GRAY - 218
Awake, my love; with genial ray - 140
Aye wakin', oh - 150
Baloo, my boy, lie still and sleep - 237
Beneath a green shade, a lovely young swain - 166
BLINK OVER THE BURN, SWEET BETTY - 148
BLYTHSOME BRIDAL, THE - 277
BONNIE LAD THAT'S AWA, THE - 211
BRAES OF YARROW, THE - 227, 233
BROOM OF COWDENKNOWES, THE - 202
BUSH ABOON TRAQUAIR, THE - 190
Busk ye, busk ye, my bonnie bonnie bride - 227
But are ye sure the news is true? - 180
By Pinkie House oft let me walk - 138
COCK LAIRD, THE - 247
Coming through the broom at e'en - 178
COWDEN-KNOWES - 205
Did ever swain a nymph adore - 169
ETTRICK BANKS - 133
EWE-BUGHTS, MARION - 152
Farewell to Lochaber, and farewell my Jean - 196
For ever, Fortune, wilt thou prove - 143
For the lack of gold she's left me, O - 192
FOR THE LOVE OF JEAN - 259
From anxious zeal and factious strife - 145
Fy, let us all to the briddel - 277
GABERLUNZIE MAN, THE - 241
Go, plaintive sounds, and to the fair - 146
Good morrow, fair mistress, the beginner of strife - 195
HAPPY CLOWN, THE - 184
HAPPY LOVER'S REFLECTIONS, THE - 199
HAUD AWA' FRAE ME, DONALD – 157, 261
Hear me, ye nymphs, and ev'ry swain - 190
Hearken, and I will tell you how - 268
HELEN OF KIRKCONNELL - 225
Here awa', there awa', here awa', Willie - 179
How blythe ilk morn was I to see - 202
How happy is the rural clown - 184
I chanced to meet an airy blade - 253
I hae laid a herring in saut - 258
I lo'e na a laddie but ane - 260
I wish I were where Helen lies - 225
I'LL CHEER UP MY HEART - 187
I'LL NEVER LOVE THEE MORE - 160
In April, when primroses paint the sweet plain - 125
In summer I mawed my meadow - 148
In winter, when the rain rain'd cauld - 286
It's no very lang sinsyne - 188
Jocky said to Jenny, Jenny, wilt thou do't? - 259
JOHNNIE'S GREY BREEKS - 281
JOLLY BEGGAR, THE - 245
KATHARINE OGIE - 127
LADY ANN BOTHWELL'S LAMENT - 237
LASS, GIN YE LO'E ME, TELL ME NOW - 258
Late in an evening forth I went - 283
Look where my dear Hamilla smiles - 122
Love never more shall give me pain - 215
LOW DOUN IN THE BROOM - 149
LOWLANDS OF HOLLAND, THE - 216
MAGGIE'S TOCHER - 271
MARINER'S WIFE, THE - 180
MUIRLAND WILLIE - 268
My daddie is a canker'd carle - 149
My dear and only love, I pray - 160
MY DEARIE, AN THOU DEE - 215
MY HEART'S MY AIN - 188
MY JO JANET - 249
My love has built a bonnie ship - 216
My mither's aye glowrin' o'er me - 137
My Peggy is a young thing - 119
My sheep I neglected, I lost my sheep-hook - 198
MY WIFE'S TA'EN THE GEE - 182
NAE DOMINIES FOR ME, LADDIE - 253
Nancy's to the green-wood gane - 255
Now wat ye wha I met yestreen - 135
O will you hae ta tartan plaid - 261
O would'st thou know her sacred charms - 117
Of race divine thou needs needs must be - 123
Oh come awa', come awa' - 157
Oh how can I be blithe and glad - 211
Oh waly, waly up the bank - 235
Oh, I hae lost my silken snood - 186
ON CELIA PLAYING ON THE HARPSICHORD AND SINGING - 131
On Ettrick banks, on a summer's night - 133
RARE WILLY DROWN'D IN YARROW - 223
Robeyns Jok come to wow our Jynny - 264
SAE MERRY AS WE HAE BEEN - 206
SCORNFU' NANCY - 255
SILKEN SNOODED LASSIE, THE - 178
SILLER CROWN, THE - 210
SLIGHTED LOVE SAIR TO BIDE - 162
Sweet Annie frae the sea beach came - 208
Sweet sir, for your courtesie - 249
TAK YOUR AULD CLOAK ABOUT YOU - 286
The bride came out of the byre - 275
The lass o' Patie's mill - 129
The last time I came o'er the moor - 199
The meal was dear short syne - 271
The pawky auld carle came o'er the lea - 241
The smiling morn, the breathing spring - 141
The smiling plains, profusely gay - 142
The spring-time returns and clothes the green plains - 174
There was a jolly beggar, and a begging he was boun' - 245
There was ance a may, and she lo'ed na men - 212
There's Auld Rob Morris that wons in yon glen - 251
Thy braes were bonny, Yarrow stream! - 233
Thy fatal shafts unerring move - 173
TO A LADY, ON HER TAKING SOMETHING ILL THAT MR H. HAD SAID - 155
TO MRS A. H. ON SEEING HER AT A CONCERT - 122
TWEEDSIDE - 120
TWINE WEEL THE PLAIDEN - 186
UNGRATEFUL NANNY - 169
VAIN ADVICE, THE - 165
WALY, WALY, GIN LOVE BE BONNIE - 235
WAYWARD WIFE - 193
WERENA MY HEART LICHT I WAD DEE - 212
What beauties does Flora disclose! - 120
When first my dear laddie gade to the green - 132
When I was in my se'nteen year - 281
When Sappho struck the quiv'ring wire - 131
When summer comes, the swains on Tweed - 205
When the sheep are in the fauld, and the kye at hame - 218
Where art thou, Hope, that promised me relief? - 162
Why hangs that cloud upon thy brow - 155
Will ye go to Flanders, my Mally, O? - 151
Will ye go to the ewe-bughts, Marion - 152
Willy's rare, and Willy's fair - 223
Woo'd and married and a' - 275
Would'st thou know her sacred charms - 117
WOWING OF JOK AND JYNNY, THE - 264
Ye shepherds and nymphs that adorn the gay plain - 172
Ye woods and ye mountains unknown - 201
YELLOW-HAIR'D LADDIE, THE - 125
YOUNG LAIRD AND EDINBURGH KATIE, THE - 135


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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: Artful Codger
Date: 24 Feb 09 - 12:28 PM

A Dictionary of the Isle of Wight Dialect [...with] Songs Sung by the Peasantry [texts only]
By W. H. Long. Reeves & Turner, London/G.A. Brannon & Co, Isle of Wight, 1886.
At Google Books

[Page        Title - First line]
125        Abroad as I Was Walking - ... / Down by a river side
126        The Maiden's Complaint - I walked abroad one morning
127        The Banks of the Sweet Primroses - As I walked out one Midsummer morning
127        The Spotted Cow - One morning in the month of May
128        Cupid's Garden - 'Twas down in Cupid's Garden
129        The Gardener's Choice [= The Seeds of Love] - It was in the Merry Month of May
130        Roger and Dolly - Once down in our village lived a parson and his wife
131        Richard of Taunton Dean - Last New Year's Day, as I've heard say
132        Cis and Harry - The clock had struck, but I can't tell ye what
133        The Old Man Clothed in Leather [cf. Misty, Moisty Morning] - 'Twas on a misty morning
134        The Banks of the Sweet Dundee - It's of a farmer's daughter, so beautiful I'm told
135        I'm in Haste - As 'cross the fields the other morn
136        The Dark-Eyed Sailor - It's of a handsome young lady fair
137        The Sailor's Return - 'Twas on a wintry evening, the weather it was wet
138        The Pretty Ploughboy - It's of a pretty ploughboy who was driving his team
139        The Lost Sailor [= London Merchant] - 'Tis of an old miser who in London did dwell
139        The British Man of War - 'Twas down in yonder meadows I carelessly did stray
140        Polly Oliver - One night as Polly Oliver lay dozing in bed
141        The Rambling Sailor - I am a sailor stout and bold
142        The Mermaid - 'Twas a Friday morning when we set sail
142        The Loss of the Ramilies - You soldiers and sailors, draw near and attend
143        The Death of General Wolfe - Brave General Wolfe, to his men said he
144        Paul Jones, the Pirate - A spanking fine frigate, the Richard by name
145        The Lowlands Low - Our ship she was called the Golden Vanitee
146        The Honest Thresherman - There was an old thresherman
147        The Jolly Waggoner - When first I went a waggoning
148        The Farmer's Boy - The sun had set beyond yon hills
149        The Barley Mow Song - We'll drink out of the nipperkin, boys
150        The Song of Sixpence - I had a sixpence, oh my jolly sixpence
151        My Boy Billy - Where have you been all the day / My boy Billy?
152        What Is Your One O? - ... / When the one is left alone
153        Nicholas Wood - Oh when shall we be married
155        While Joan's Ale Was New - There were some jovial fellows
157        Jolly Fellows [= Merry Fellows] - Come landlord, fill the flowing bowl
158        Dick Turpin, or Turpin Hero - As Turpin was riding across the moor
159        The Jolly Butchers - It is of two jolly butchers
160        The Carrion Crow - The old carrion crow he sat upon an oak
162        The Fox - The fox jumped up one cold winter's night
162        Moss the Miller, and His Mare - Moss was a miller, and one day to market went
163        The Crockery Ware - In London town once dwelt a spark
164        The Breeches - Will's wife used often to declare
165        Wearing the Breeches - Come all young men--I pray you draw near
166        The Bonny Bunch of Roses O - I walked abroad one morning


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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: Billy Weeks
Date: 14 Mar 09 - 12:03 PM

HUMOROUS SONGS, OLD AND NEW (cover title)

A Collection of New, Standard and Popular Humorous Songs, selected and edited... by J L Hatton (title page)
Boosey & Co n.d. (1875)   Titles only listed:

Alexander of Kerry                        W S Passmore/Hatton                11
Aunt Tabitha                                O W Holmes/Louis Diehl                173
Barney Brallaghan's Courtship        T Hudson/John Blewitt                60
Beautiful Boy, The                                                                150
Ben Battle                                T Hood/Blewitt                        116
Betsy Baker                                                                        94
Bombardier's Song,The                F C Burnand/Offenbach                52
Bubble, Squeak and Pettitoes        C Dibdin                                76
Captain Wattle                        C Dibdin/Wade                        104
Chairmender, The                        Kenney/Hatton                        72
Crofte and ye Faire Ladye                Gatty                                        32
Cup of Tea, A                        Farnie/Offenbach                    24
Doctor Brown                        C Dibdin Jr/W Reeve                36
Don't Come Teasing Me, Sir        Fry/Hatton                                56
Dorsetshire House                        ML                                        152
Dutchman's Wee Dog, The        Barton Hill                                84
First Kiss, The                        Desmond Ryan/Balfe                20
From Rock to Rock                        Burnand/Sullivan                        96
Gendarme's Song, The                Farnie/Offenbach                        16
Handsome Man, The                Blewitt                                40
Heigho! When will he Marry me?        Gatty                                48
I Never Believe What I Hear         ML                                        158
Katty Mooney                        Blewitt                                126
Ladies' Conspiracy, The                Oxenford/Lecocq                        18
Lamplighter Dick                        C Dibdin                                74
Legend of the Rotunda                Hunnemann/Weber                102
Lieutenant Luff                        Hood/Blewitt                        68
Little Merry Fat Grey Man, The        Blewitt                                44
Lullaby                                Burnand/Sullivan                        108
Mary's Canary                        Burnand/Offenbach                28
Mary's Ghost                        Hood/Blewitt                        112
Monkey and the Nuts, The        Mrs Taylor/Blewitt                        58
Mounseeer Nontongpaw                C Dibdin                                70
M Brown's Serenade                J W Rowe                                142
Mrs B                                        W Ball                                        154
Musical Wife, The                                                                50
My Maiden Aunt                        Miss Smith                                42
My Wife - or the tight lacer        Ball                                        156
Nice Young Maiden        s                                                        38
Number One                                Hood/Blewitt                        78
Oh Dear! Nobody Pops the Question        Blewitt                        135
Oh! My Tooth it Aches                Kenney/Offenbach                        33
Old Batchelor [sic], The                 A A                                        110
Old King Cole                        Hunnemann                                140
Our Row                                Collier/Blewitt                        62
Out                                        T H Bayly/Godbe                        106
Paddy from Cork                        T Dibdin/Blewitt                        114
Pancake Song                        Reece/Lecocq                        138
Rataplan                                Burnand/Sullivan                        147
Showman, The                        Barry Cornwall/Hatton                90
Since Love has Set My Heart A-Dreaming
                                        Planché/Offenbach                        80
Song of the Glass                        Kenney/Offenbach                        64
Sprig of Shillelah                                                                128
St Patrick was a Gentleman                                                160
Sweet Kitty Clover                        Knight/Edmund Kean                26
Tale of a Shah, A                        Leigh/Lecocq                        30
They Don't Propose                        Blewitt                                66
Tim Turpin                                Hood/Blewitt                        82
Traveller Stopt at a Widow's Gate, A        Storace                        92
What is a Woman Like?                Shield                                        118
When a Man's a Little Bit Poorly                Hudson/Blewitt                86
Why Don't the Men Propose, Mama?        Bayly/Blewitt                88
William Tell                                Roe                                        1
Woman of Mind, The                Blewitt                                124
Yankee Quilting Party, The                Sterry                                171
Young Ben he was a Nice Young Man        Hood/Blewitt                 102


Six songs added to the Third edition, all by Hatton. The words of the first by E Fitzgerald, the others by F Langbridge:

Because                                184
Commonplace romance, A                177
Darling Jack                                190
Speak Up, My Darlings                186
Wedded Love                        192
Wild Flower, A                        182


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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: GUEST,Ged
Date: 08 Mar 10 - 05:30 PM

"Popular Music of the Olden Time" in 15 parts, William Cassell 1858/1859

Title       Part       Page

Abbot of Canterbury        8        348
Abraham Newland        15        720
Admiral Benbow        14        641
Agincourt, On the victory of        1        39
Ah! Cruel bloody fate        6        280
Ah! The sighs that come from my heart        2        57
A-hunting we will go        8        345
Aim not too high        4        162
A la mode de France        10        445
All in a garden green        3        110
All in a misty morning        4        145
All in the Downs        14        640
All in the month of May        4        184
All the flowers of the broom        3        116
All you that love good fellows        4        151
All you that news would hear        3        112
Although I'm a country lass        8        375
Amarillis        6        284
An orange        5        235
And will he not come again        5        237
Anna Boleyn's song        5        237
As at noon Dulcina        3        143
As down in the meadows I chanc'd for to pass        14        648
As from Newcastle I did pass        10        441
As I abroad was walking        3        137
As I abroad was walking        4        169
As it fell out on a high holiday        4        170
As it fell out on a long summer day        8        382
As it fell upon a holiday        2        67
As I went to Walsingham        3        121
Aye, marry, and thank ye too        13        585
Away to the Maypole        12        531
Bailiff's daughter of Islington        5        203
Bara Faustus' dream        5        240
Barbara Allen        12        538
Barking barber        15        717
Barley Break        3        135
Bartholomew Fair        13        586
Beggar Boy        6        269
Beginning of the World        2        69
Begone, dull care        15        689
Begone, old care        15        689
Benbow, the brother tar        15        678
Bishop of Chester's Jig        4        176
Black-eyed Susan        14        640
Blind Beggar's Daughter of Bethnal Green        4        158
Blow thy horn, Hunter        2        58
Boatman        6        270
Bobbing Joan (or Joe)        7        290
Bonny bonny broom        10        458
Bonny Nell (Gwyn) 11        501
Bonny sweet Robin is all my joy        5        234
Breast Knot        15        681
Brighton Camp        15        708
Bring us in Good Ale        1        42
British Grenadiers        4        152
Budgeon it is        14        666
Buff coat has no fellow        8        342
By a bank as I lay        2        92
By the border's side as I did pass        10        439
Can love be controlled by advice?        11        493
Can nothing, sir, move you?        15        715
Can you not hit it my good man        5        239
Care, thou canker of our joys        15        723
Carman's whistle        3        137
Cavalilly man        10        441
Cease, rude Boreas        13        597
Cease your funning        14        665
Cherrily and merrily        6        285
Cheshire rounds        13        598
Chester Waits        12        551
Chevy Chace        5        198
Children in the Wood        5        200
Chirping of the lark        9        396
Christmas is my name        10        463
Christmas's lamentation        10        463
Clean contrary way        9        425
Cobbler's hornpipe        13        594
Cobbler's Jig        6        277
Cobbler there was
Cock Lorrel        4        161
Colchester Waits        12         550
Cold's the wind        6        277
Cold and raw the north did blow        7        309
Come all you sailors bold        15        678
Come and listen to me ditty        13        597
Come bachelors and married men        8        340
Come, cheer up,my boys        15        715
Come, faith, since I'm parting        6        288
Come follow, follow me        6        272
Come, here's to Robin Hood        9        398
Come, jolly Bacchus, god of wine        14        657
Come, lasses and lads        12        531
Come, let us drink a bout, drive away all sorrow                14        670
Come, let us prepare        14        664
Come live with me and be my love        5        215
Come, open the door, sweet Betty        11        504
Come shepherds deck your heads        6        260
Come sweet lass        13        600
Come Sweet Love        5        240
Come, Tom, foot it now        10        442
Come you not from Newcastle        8        339
Corn rigs are bonny        13        618
Country bumpkin        14        659
Country courtship        14        671
Courage of Kentishmen with long tails        2        93
Courtiers, courtiers, think not in scorn        13        606
Court Lady        8        361
Cramp is in my purse full sore        2        89
Crimson Velvet        4        179
Crossed Couple        7        325
Cupid's Courtesy        8        364
Cupid's trepan        12        555
Cushion Dance        4        153
Dance after my pipe        2        84
Dance of Death        2        84
Dance of Robin Hood        9        397
Dance tune (c1300)        1        27
Dargason        2        64
Death and the Lady        4        164
Delights of the bottle        11        498
Derry down        8        348
Derry down        15        677
Devil's progress on earth        10        443
Down among the dead men        14        643
Down in the north country        6         279
Downfall of Charing Cross        9        433
Dr Faustus        4        162
Drink to me only        15        707
Drive the Cold winter away        5        193
Dulce Domum        12        575
Dulcina        3        143
Dusky night rides down the sky        14        651
Dusty Miller        13        608
Essex's Last Goodnight        4        174
Every man to his glass        14        673
Fain I would if I could        10        439
Fain would I have a pretty thing        2        91
Fairest Jenny        13        617
Fairest nymph the valleys        7        319
Fair Hebe I left        15        676
Fair Margaret and Sweet William        8        382
Fair one let me in        11        509
Fair Rosalind        15        717
Fair Rosamund        8        361
Faithful Brothers        4        157
Farewell Manchester        15        683
Fie, nay, prithee John        12        564
Fife and a' the lands about it        13        617
Fifteenth day of July        3        115
Fit's upon me now        4        176
Fortune my Foe                4        162
Four-pence half-penny farthing        8        367
Franklin is fled away        8        369
Friar and the Nun        4        145
Friar Bacon walks again        10        443
Friar in the Well        6        273
Freemason's tune        14        664
Frog Galliard        3        127
From Oberon in Fairy Land        3        143
From the hag and hungry goblin        7        332
Galliard                4        153
Garter        12        574
Gathering Peascods        6        258
Gather ye rosebuds while ye may        8        362
Gee ho, Dobbin        15        690
Gipsies Round        4        171
Girl I left behind me        15        708
Girls and boys come out to play        13        584
Give ear to a frolicsome ditty        12        553
Give that wreath to me        15        683
Glory of the North        10        442
Glory of the West        10        444
Go from my window, love, go        3        140
Go from my window (tune)        3        142
Golden Age        6        262
Golden days of good Queen Bess         15        713        
Golden slumbers kiss your eyes        13        587
God save the King        15        691
Go no more a rushing        4        158
Good fellows must go learn to dance        6        243
Good morrow, Gossip Joan        14        672
Great Lord Frog to Lady Mouse        12        561
Greensleeves        5        227
Greenwich Park                13        600
Grim King of the Ghosts        11        493
Guy Fawkes        15        717
Guy of Warwick        4        171
Half Hannikin        2        73
Hanging Tune        4        162
Happy Clown        15        675
Hathersage cocking        14        660
Have at thy coat old woman        8        365
Healths         6        288
Health to all honest men                14        673
Health to Betty        8        367
Heart of oak        15        715
Heartsease        5        210
Hemp-dresser        7        312
Henry Carey's tune        13        646        
Henry our royal king        4        169
Here's a health unto His Majesty        10        492
Here's a health to the Queen        14         643
He that is a clear cavalier        10        447
Hey down-a-down        9        391
Hey ho my honey        10        462
Hey, then up go we        9        425
Hobby horse dance        13        601
How now, Shepherd, what means that         8        377
How should I your true love know        5        236
How stands the glass around        14         669
Hunter in his career        6        255
Hunting the hare        7        324
Hunt is up, The        2        60
Hyde Park        7        325
I am the Duke of Norfolk        3        117
I am a lusty lively lad        10        446
I am a poor shepherd undone        10        462
I cannot come every day to woo        2        90
I cannot eat but little meat        2        72
If the heart of a man is deprest        14        639
I have a house and land in Kent        2        90
I have but a mark a year        8        356
I live not where I love        10        481
I'll go no more        7        317
I'll ne'er be drunk again        6        262
I'll never love thee more        8        378
I'll tell thee Dick                8        358
I loathe that I did love        5        216
In good King Charles's golden days        14        653
In January last        12        575
In pescod time        5        196
In praise of the Dairy I purpose to sing        3        123
In sad and ashy weeds        5        201
In Scarlet town, where I was born        12        538
In summer time when         9        392
In summer time, when flowers        12        541
In Wakefield there lives a jolly old pindar        9        393
I often for my Jenny strove        13        591
I sowed the seeds of love        11        520
It was a frog in the well        2        88
It was a lover and his lass        5        204
It was a youthful knight        4        179
I would I were in my own country        10        456
Jack met his mother        12        551
Jamaica        10        446
James the Second's march        12        574
Joan's ale is new, brave boys        4        187
Joan's placket is torn        11        518
Joan to the maypole away let us on        7        301
Jockey to the fair        15        711
Jock o' Hazeldean        12        575
Jog on jog on the footpath way        5        211
Jolly fellow        14        670
John come kiss me now        4        147
John Dory        2        67
Jovial Tinker        4        187
King and the Miler of Mansfield        4        169
King's complaint        10        439
King's jig        11        495
Knight and shepherd's daughter                3        126
Ladies of London, both wealthy and fair        13        592
Lady Frances Nevill's delight        9        398
Lady lie near me        4        184
Lady lay those costly robes aside        4        164
Lady's Fall        5        196
Lass of Cumberland        11        503
Lay by your pleading        9        431
Lay the bent to the bonny broom        11        530
Leather Bottel        11        513
Let Oliver now be forgotten        10        455
Let's cast away care and merrily sing        4        161
Liberty Hall        15        677
Light o' Love        5        221
Lilliburlero        12        568
Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard        4        170
London Gentlewoman        7        312
London is a fine town        5        220
London Prentice        4        151
London Waits        12        550
Lord Thomas he was a bold forester        4        145
Lord Willoughby's welcome home        3        115
Loth to depart        4        173
Love me little, love me long        11        512
Love lies bleeding        9        431
Lovely Nancy        15        715
Love will find out the way        7        303
Lull me beyond thee        6        259
Lusty Gallant        2        91
Mad Moll        13        603
Mad Robin        11        512
Mad Tom        7        328
Mall Peatly        7        289
Mall Sims        4        177
Malt's come down        2        74
Man had three sons        4        189
Man of Kent        12        566
May Day dance        14        671
May fair        13        587
Maying Time        8        377
March, said to have been played at the execution of Mary, Queen of Scots        11        519
Marriage of the frog and the mouse        2        88
Marry me, quoth the bonny lass        10        435
Martin said to his man        2        76
Meadow Brow        4        182
Me have of late been in England        10        445
Merry Ballad of the Hawthorn Tree, A        2        64
Merry milk maids        6        282
Merry milk maids in green        7        295
Mill-field        4        185
Mock-beggar hall stands empty        8        354
Morris Dance        6        283
Morris Dance        15        681
Mother beguiled the daughter        8        356
My dear and only love take heed        8        378
My father was born before me        10        446
My little pretty one        2        79
My lodging is on the cold ground        11        526
My name is honest Harry        8        365
My name is old Hewson the cobbler        10        450
My Robin is to the greenwood gone        5        234
Nancy Dawson        15        718
Near Woodstock town        4        190
New broom on hill        10        458
New Mad Tom o' Bedlam        7        328
Newmarket        12        562
New Royal Exchange        7        317
New Wells        13        606
Noel, noel        1        42
Nobe's Maggot                13        595
Noble Shirve        8        347
None-such        10        345
Northern lass        12        559
Northern Nancy                8        354
Northumberland Bagpipes        12        536
Nottingham Ale                12        573
Nose, Nose, Jolly red nose        2        76
Now all you gallants, in city or town        12        555
Now, O now I needs must part        3        127
Now ponder well        5        200
O brave Arthur of Bradley        12        539
O death rock me asleep        5        237
Of all the birds        2        76
Of all the simple things we do        13        602
Oft have I ridden on my grey nag        2        63
O good ale, thou art my darling        14        661
Oh! Oh! Oh! For a husband        10        454
Oh! What a plague is love        4        182
Oh! willow willow        5        206
Oil of Barley        7        305
Old King Cole        14        633
Old Lancashire hornpipe        12        544
Old Noll's jig        10        449
Old Simon the King        6        262
Old woman clothed in grey        10        455
Old woman poor and blind        12        551
O Mistress mine where are you roaming        5        209
O Mother, a hoop! A hoop!        14        649
Once I loved a maiden fair        6        257
One evening, having lost my way        15        675
One evening (Hyde Park)        7        325
On Hounslow Heath        14        662
On yonder high mountains        15        681
Open the door to three        12        555
O rare Turpin, hero        14        662
O some they will talk        9        395
O that I had never married        12        557
O the oak and the ash and the bonny ivy tree        10        456
Out alas what grief is this        4        185
Over the mountains        7        303
O weel may the keel row        15        721
O we sail'd to Virginia        14        641
Oxfordshire Tragedy        4        190
Packington's Pound        3        123
Parthenia        10        439
Pastime with good company        2        56
Paul's Steeple        3        117
Paul's Wharf        3        130
Pavan        4        156
Peg a Ramsey        5        218
Pepper is black        3        121
Philander        6        280
Phillida flouts me        4        182
Phillis on the new mown hay        6        284
Poor Robin        13        639
Poor soul sat sighing        5        206
Portsmouth        13        605
Prepare ye to the plough        3        121
Pretty Polly Oliver        15        676
Prince Rupert's march        9        433
Push about the jorum        15        685
Put on thy smock on Monday        5        193
Queen Dido        8        370
Queen Eleanor's confession         4         174
Queen Ellinor was a sicke woman        4        174
Queen's old courtier        7        299
Quoth John to Joan        2        87
Ragged and torn and true        6        262
Rant        12        553
Red Bull        7        294
Remember, O thou man                8        373
Roast beef of old England        14        636
Robin Hood and Arthur-a-Bland        9        391
Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne        9        396
Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford        9        395
Robin Hood and the curial friar        9        392
Robin Hood and the pindar of Wakefield        9        393
Robin Hood, said Little John        9        397
Robin lend to me thy bow        2        79
Roger de Coverley        12        534
Rogero        2        93
Rogue's march        15        711
Room for company, here come good fellows        7        323
Round and round, the mill goes round        13        589
Row well ye mariners        3        112
Rule, Britannia!                15        687
Sally in our alley        14        646
Saraband        11        497
Sawney was tall and of noble race        13        618
See the lovely rose        13        606
See ye not Pierce the piper        12        539
Sellinger's Round        2        69
Shackley Hay        8        368
Shaking of the sheet        2        84
Shall I go walk the woods so wild        2        66
Shall I, mother, shall I        10        444
Shall I, wasting in despair        7        315
Shepherd sat him under a thorn        12        536
Shropshire rounds        13        599
Sick sick and very sick        5        226
Sick tune        5        226
Since first I saw your face        7        313
Sir Edward Noel's Delight        4        149
Sir Eglamour        6        275
Sir Lancelot du Lake        6        271
Some talk of Alexander        4        152
Songs of shepherds and rustical roundelays        7        324
Spanish gipsy        6        272
Spanish Lady        4        186
Spanish Pavan        5        240
Spring is coming        14        655
Staines Morris Dance        3        125
St George for England        6        286
Stingo        7        305
Sweet day so cool        6        285
Sweet, if you love me let me go        15        684
Sweet Nancy I do love thee        7        294
Sweet Nelly, my heart's delight        14        656
Summer is come in        1        24
Tell me Daphne        4        158
Then to the Maypole come away        3        125
There dwells a maid in Doncaster        12        559
There lives a lass upon the green        15        686
There's a lusty liquor        7        305
There was a bonny blade        2        117
There was a jolly miller        14        666
There was a jovial fellow        8        345
There was a knight drunk with wine        11        519
There was a maid        10        454
There was a maid in the West        13        595
There was a maid this other day        3        136
There was an old fellow at Waltham Cross        6        262
There was an old woman        12        568
There was an old woman lived under a hill        13        594
There was a pretty lass        13        595
There was a rich merchantman        8        381
There was a shepherd's daughter        3        126
There were three ravens sat on a tree        2        59
There were three travellers        11        506
Thomas you cannot        7        336
Thomas you cannot        8        337
Three merry men be we                5        216
Three merry men of Kent        13        588
Through the cool shady woods        8        364
Tight little island        15        720
To all you ladies now at hand        11        507
Tobacco is an Indian weed        12        563
To marry a widow I'm sore afraid        2        95
Tom Nokes' jig        11        506
Tom o' Bedlam        7        332
Tomorrow is St Valentine's Day        5        227
Tomorrow the fox will come to town        2        82
Tom Tinker's my true love        8        353
Tom Trusty        8        337
Touch the thing        15        685
Trip and Go, Heave and Ho        3        130
Trenchmore        2        82
Troy Town        8        370
Tune of Eighty Eight        5        211
Turkeyloney        2        95
Turn again, Whittington                11        515
Twas on the morn of sweet May Day        15        711
Twenty-ninth of May        11        491
Under and over        4        189
Under the greenwood tree        12        541
Up tails all        5        196
Up the green forest        12        555
Upon a summer's day        6        254
Vicar and Moses        13        601
Vicar of Bray        14        653
Virgin Queen        13        603
Vive le Roy        9        429
Waits        12        547
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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: GUEST,Ged
Date: 21 Sep 10 - 05:46 PM

Naval Song Book
Probably the 1906 version
but may be that published in 1945 by Boosey & Co., Edited Inglis Gundry

Index

Admirals All                                                                63
Anchor's Weighed, The                                                112
Arethusa                                                                      106
Ash Grove, The                                                             192
Auld Lang Syne                                                             210
Bantry Bay                                                                   40
Bay of Biscay                                                               110
Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomon', The                            204
Blue Bonnets over the Border                                       203
Bonnie Dundee                                                             208
Brave Old Oak, The                                                      186
British Grenadiers                                                         174
Boatswain's Story, The                                                47
Cheer! Boys, Cheer!                                                    158
Chinese Bumboatman, The                                          138
Come Back to Erin                                                      28
Death of Nelson                                                          115
Diver, The                                                                     188
Down Among the Dead Men                                       176
Farewell and Adieu                                                       128
Father O'Flynn                                                            18
Flowing Bowl, The (Dibdin)                                       125
Gallants of England                                                      57
Girl I left Behind Me                                                    94
God Bless the Prince of Wales                                     3
God Save the King                                                       2
Heart of Oak                                                                  172
Here's a Health unto His Majesty                                 179
Home, Sweet Home                                                       211
I am a Friar of Orders Grey                                           195
In Cawsand Bay                                                            146
In the Garb of Old Gaul                                                 206
John Peel                                                                      180
Lads in Red, The                                                          52
Lass that Loves a Sailor                                              104
Leather Bottel, The                                                      184
Life on the Ocean Wave, A                                          119
Lighthouse Keeper, The                                              74
Little Hero, The                                                          31
Marching through Georgia                                          168
Mediterranean, The                                                    144
Men of Harlech                                                            198
Midshipmite, The                                                         70
Minstrel Boy, The                                                       200
Nancy Lee                                                                   10
Naval Mounted Horse, The                                          132
Odds, Bobs!                                                                  152
Off to Philadelphia                                                       22
Pirate of the Isle, The                                                   136
Plymouth Sound                                                          142
Poor Joe, The Marine                                                   98
Red, White and Blue                                                    163
Roast Beef of Old England                                           171
Robbers' Retreat, The                                                 150
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep                               88         
Rule Britannia                                                                8
Sailor's Life, The                                                         102
Sally in our Alley                                                          92
Sigh No More, Ladies                                                    90
Sir Bevil                                                                        148
Spanish Ladies                                                             128
Tar's Farewell, The                                                       80
Ten Thousand Miles Away                                          154
They All Love Jack                                                       60
Three Sailor Boys, The                                                 38
Tom Bowling                                                                96
Veteran's Song, The                                                    13
Vicar of Bray, The                                                       182
Weel May the Keel Row                                              202
White Squall, The                                                         83
Widdicombe Fair                                                          130
Ye Mariners of England                                                100
Yeoman's Wedding Song, The                                     44


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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: Ged Fox
Date: 22 Sep 10 - 01:54 PM

Confirmed that the index above is the earlier Naval Song Book, not the 1945 book.


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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: GUEST
Date: 28 Mar 11 - 10:06 PM

I have original books to many to count not copys what is something like this worth all 1800 to early 1900 books very fraigle paper im trying not to handle them I need info can you help me e-mail me at tttt4s@live.com or call at (949)-388 -8544 ask for terry or jordonna


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