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Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo

GUEST,leeneia 22 Feb 05 - 02:25 PM
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Subject: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 22 Feb 05 - 02:25 PM

I'm looking for a pretty tune that my husband's grandfather (born about 1895) used to play on his harmonica. He called it "Hi lee Hi lo" (Of course, they are many possible variations on the spelling of that. For example, it could have been "hi li hi low")

It is definitely not the 1950's song "Hi lili hi lo."

If anybody knows this old song and could post a MIDI or ABC, I would appreciate it.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 22 Feb 05 - 02:53 PM

There is a polka but I doubt that it is the one.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 22 Feb 05 - 03:16 PM

There is an old German song which has picked up several lyrics, known variously as Holla Hi, Holla Ho (Horch, was kommt von draussen rein, holla hi holla ho?, Wird wohl mein Feinsliebchen sein? Holla hi, aho!).
Hear a birthday song sung to the same tune: www.deingedicht.de/Geburtstag/Lieder/(gl012)Horch%20was%20kommt%20von.htm
Horch
Music in "Chansons de Notre Chalet," p. 55 (A scouting song book).


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 22 Feb 05 - 03:22 PM

Horch was kommt


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 22 Feb 05 - 09:20 PM

Das ist schoen, aber es ist nicht das Lied des Grossvaters.

(That's not it, but thanks for making the suggestion.)


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 22 Feb 05 - 10:15 PM

If at first-
Try this harmonica tune at American Memory, Aaron Morgan, "Hi Lee, Hi Lo." California Gold: Northern California Folk Music from the Thirties. Seemingly this one also is German in origin; a waltz.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: Hollowfox
Date: 23 Feb 05 - 06:53 PM

I'm at work right now, so I can't check, but I seem to remember Kenny Hall (a mandolin player from northern California) singing a song that had that phrase in the chorus. Did your grandfather-in-law have any lyrics, or did he only do it as an instrumental? I *think* (no promises now) that it went:

Hi lee hi low, watch the little doagies all day
Hi lee hi low, watch the little fellers at play.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,Julia
Date: 23 Feb 05 - 10:32 PM

Could it be Ho ri Ho ro"

"Ho ri Ho ro, my bonny wee girl
Ho ri Ho ro my fair one
Will you come away my love
To be my own my rare one?"

recorded by the Corries

Julia


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 24 Feb 05 - 01:02 PM

Thanks for the suggestion, but it's not any of those. (I listened to Aaron Morgan playing, and I've heard the Scottish one before.)

Grandpa never sang the song, just played it on the harmonica. I doubt if doagies came into it; I believe it was a waltz.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,Joe_F
Date: 25 Feb 05 - 10:49 AM

FWIW, there's a Hebrew song with the line "Hu la, hi lo", which means "He is hers, she is his". I don't remember any more of it.

--- Joe Fineman    joe_f@verizon.net

||: The Pacific was named by people who were used to the North Atlantic. :||


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,guest
Date: 25 Feb 05 - 12:13 PM

I usedto have a 78 record Hi Lee Hi Lo my ma she told me so

I Think the artist was Texas Jim Robertson circa 1930-1940         
it was a comedy type song . Hope this helps ,Ian


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: Uncle_DaveO
Date: 25 Feb 05 - 02:59 PM

Does the tune at least begin like the German drinking song, In Muenchen Steht ein Hofbrauhaus? I remember a Hi lee, hi lo song that started out that way, out of the dim, dead past beyond rememb'ring.

The "hi lee" occupies the notes of "In Muen-", and "hi lo" is to the notes of "-chen Steht".   

That's as much as I can dredge out of memory.

Dave Oesterreich


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 26 Feb 05 - 11:43 AM

I searched for "In Muenchen steht ein Hofbrauhaus", Dave, but nobody had a MIDI or mp3 to listen to. That could be it. I should have mentioned that I can't remember how the song went, I just remember that it was very pretty. A drinking song, slowed down, could qualify.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 26 Feb 05 - 02:56 PM

?? "Hejo, spann den Wagen an." Midi at Midi
Very little to go on.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,pov4jatt@aol.com
Date: 26 Apr 05 - 12:11 PM

There is an old german/austrian folksong called "Ein Heller und a Batzen" which goes : "Ein heller und ein batzen..die waren beide mein, ja mein..der heller ward zu wasser, der batzen ward zu wein, ja wein..der heller ward zu wasser, der batzen ward zu wein...hi lee hi ho..hi ho! Hi hee hi ho..hi ho! HI-LEE HI-HEE-HI HO!" Maybe this is it. My grandfather also played in on harmonica [he was born 1890] Try downloaded it. There's a site called 20000 Deutsche Lieder


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 26 Apr 05 - 01:57 PM

"Ein Heller und ein Batzen" with midi: Ein Heller
This excellent source of folk songs is often cited here at Mudcat.

The main home page: ingeb.org

Also at Robokopp, with midi- Another great and often cited website: Ein Heller
Home page and index: Robokopp


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 26 Apr 05 - 05:59 PM

Thanks for trying, but neither one was it.

The tune for "Hejo, spann den Wagen an" is a familiar one. I've sung it as:

Rose, rose, rose, rose
Hey Ho Nobody Home
and (almost) as Row, row row row row your boat to Jesus' side.

The drinking song is a jolly tune. Funny the way I can tell it's a drinking song without being able to say why.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST
Date: 12 Sep 12 - 04:14 AM

My grandmother sang it to me as a lullaby. I remember it so clearly, yet cannot recall the words precicely. Any help would be appreiated.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 12 Sep 12 - 10:40 PM

YouTube has a number of videos which called Hi Lee Hi Low. One of them may be what others of us are looking for.

There's one video which may be the song I'm looking for. It's the only one that's pretty, and a boy of 4 is playing it. I wish it were complete.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 12 Sep 12 - 10:59 PM

Bedad, I think I've found it! It's on a concertina site:

http://www.yagelski.com/sbox/music/hileehilowaltz.gif


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST
Date: 27 Jan 13 - 01:55 PM

I found something just the other day by entering the words:   
   German Waltz Hi Lee Hi Lo - George T Watson
The site shows an old 78 rpm record playing, and there is yodeling.
Hope this is what you're looking for. I searched for it for months.
Enjoy!


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 27 Jan 13 - 07:58 PM

Thank you, Guest, that's it! And it has the added charm of yodeling.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,Tony
Date: 12 Feb 13 - 12:31 AM

John Schmid has the song for sale on iTunes. I got if for my dad's birthday yestersay. It's called Hi Lee, Hi Lo


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,Tony
Date: 12 Feb 13 - 12:33 AM

I am looking for the German and English lyrics, If anyone has a link to those......


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: Mick Pearce (MCP)
Date: 12 Feb 13 - 07:31 AM

Tony

There's a recording from cylinder that you can download from here: Watson - Hi Le Hi Lo (Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project). I don't think I could do the German transcription, but you (or someone on site) may be able to. (It's hissy but you can clean it up quickly with Audacity).


Mick


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 12 Feb 13 - 11:46 AM

Guten Tag, Tony. I found this here:

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Im_Wald_und_auf_der_Heide

Im Wald und auf der Heide ist ein deutsches Volkslied, dessen Worte von Wilhelm Bornemann aus dem Jahre 1816 stammen. Die Melodie wird F. L. Gehricke zugeschrieben, der diese 1827 unter Verwendung einer älteren volkstümlichen Weise komponiert haben soll.

The true name of the song means "In the Forest and on the Heath." The words originate with Wilhelm Bornemann, 1816. The melody is ascribed to F. L. Gehricke, who is said to have modified an old folk melody in 1827. There's a lot in the lyrics I don't understand, but it seems to be a jocular song about a hunter.

1. Im Wald und auf der Heide
da such ich meine Freude,
ich bin ein Jägersmann,
ich bin ein Jägersmann!
Die Forsten treu zu pflegen
das Wildbret zu erlegen,
mein Lust hab ich daran,
mein Lust hab ich daran.
Halli, hallo, halli, hallo
mein Lust hab ich daran.

2. Trag ich in meiner Tasche
ein Trünklein in der Flasche,
zwei Bissen liebes Brot,
zwei Bissen liebes Brot,
brennt lustig meine Pfeife,
wenn ich den Wald durchschreife
da hat es keine Not,
da hat es keine Not.
Halli, hallo, halli, hallo,
mein Lust hab ich daran.

3. Im Walde hingestrecket,
den Tisch mit Moos mir decket,
die freundliche Natur,
die freundliche Natur,
den treuen Hund zur Seite
ich mir das Mahl bereite,
auf Gottes freier Flur,
auf Gottes freier Flur.
Halli, hallo, halli, hallo,
mein Lust hab ich daran.

4. Das Huhn im schnellen Fluge,
die Schnepf´ im Zickzackzuge
treff ich mit Sicherheit,
treff ich mit Sicherheit,
die Sauen, Reh' und Hirsche
erleg ich auf der Pirsche,
der Fuchs lässt mir sein Kleid,
der Fuchs lässt mir sein Kleid.
Halli, hallo, halli, hallo,
mein Lust hab ich daran.

5. Und streich ich durch die Wälder,
und zieh ich durch die Felder
einsam den ganzen Tag,
einsam den ganzen Tag;
doch schwinden mir die Stunden
gleich flüchtigen Sekunden,
tracht ich dem Wilde nach,
tracht ich dem Wilde nach.
Halli, hallo, halli, hallo,
mein Lust hab ich daran.

6. Wenn sich die Sonne neiget,
der feuchte Nebel steiget,
mein Tagwerk ist getan,
mein Tagwerk ist getan.
Dann zieh ich von der Heide
zur häuslich stillen Freude,
ein froher Jägersmann,
ein froher Jägermann!
Halli, hallo, halli, hallo,
mein Lust hab ich daran.

I started looking for this song because when my husband's grandfather played it, it was pretty and lilting. We don't have to play it crudely, the way it sounds on the wax recording.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,Tony Baumgartner
Date: 12 Feb 13 - 04:15 PM

Thanks, leenia, The lyrics I am looking for are to the song Hi Lee, Hi Lo. My father used to sing it to us as kids. I found and bought the song in iTunes, but am looking for the lyrics. The song goes:

Hi Lee, Hi Lo
Hi Yodel aley o,
Viyounce git simmer so so   


(that is poor German spelling, by the way, only phonetic on my part)


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 12 Feb 13 - 06:19 PM

Oh. Sorry, I can't help you with that one.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,Grishka
Date: 14 Feb 13 - 05:55 AM

Tony, the lyrics you mention are clearly to be heard in George T Watson's version of "Im Wald und auf der Heide" (see Mick's link above) - a nice sample of international folk comedy. The third line might be "Bei uns geht's immer noch so" - "Where we live, it still goes like that."


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: Mick Pearce (MCP)
Date: 14 Feb 13 - 09:38 AM

I started a transcription of the English section and discovered that a virtually identical version had already been transcribed by Jim Dixon from another cylinder at the Cylinder Preservation and Digitization project: George P Watson - Sauerkraut is bully. Jim's version is here: Sauerkraut; the cylinder starts with Sauerkraut, then as Jim says in that post: "[Here the recording seems to segue into a different song, although the web site doesn't say anything about it:]. The different song is the same as the English part of Hi Le Hi Lo that I linked above. (Interestingly, Jim's link to the cylinder leads to a page that says it isn't digitized, so I don't know if that's changed since Jim looked at it!).

There's also a version in another thread, in a collected version from GEST: Lyr Req: Rock All Our Babies to Sleep (J Rodgers).


My transcription of the English from the cylinder is below.


The German starts off with almost identically to the same (half) verse as leeneia's above:

  Im Wald und auf der Heide
  da such ich meine Freude, (pronounced Freide)
  ich bin ein Jägersmann,
  Ja, ich bin ein Jägersmann!

The chorus I found in this book The Brownies and Prince Florimel, by Palmer Cox at Project Gutenberg as:

  Halli, hallo, halli, hallo;
  Bei uns geht's immer,
  Je langer je schlimmer;
  Halli, hallo, halli, hallo,
  Bei uns geht's immer noch so!

(The cylinder has it as Hi-le-hi-lo)

There is one more verse (at about 1min in) but I'll leave that to someone with good German to transcribe!

Mick


HI LE HI LO


English section
Now show me that girl what never will have a dear little baby boy.
A very good child what never will cry und make a man blessed und glad.
Some people seek pleasures away from their homes
While I by the fire do keep
Och, the fire burns bright, I could sit here all night
While rocking those babies to sleep.

  Chorus (yodeled):
  Oh-ee-oh lay-ee ay-ee ay-ee-dee dee
  Oh-ee-oh lay-ee-dee dee
  Oh-ee-oh lay-ee-dee dee
  Lay-ee ay-ee ay-ee-dee dee
  Mama will come home in the sweet by and by.


Now I'm just thirty-five und my dear little wife
Is just ten years younger than me.
She's full of enjoyment and plenty of fun,
And ofttimes goes out for a spree
She leaves me behind those babes to mind,
The house in good order to keep.
By the way she does roam far away from her home
While I rock those babies to sleep.

  Chorus (yodeled):
  Oh-ee-oh lay-ee ay-ee ay-ee-dee dee
  Oh-ee-oh lay-ee-dee dee
  Oh-ee-oh lay-ee-dee dee
  Lay-ee ay-ee ay-ee-dee dee
  Mama will come home in the sweet by and by.


One night when I got those babies to sleep
I took a short walk down the street.
Und there to my surprise I saw 'fore my eyes
My wife with a policeman, ?six feet?
At first I got wild, I fooled? her and smiled
Then I've been taking a peek,
They've been huggling und kissling all in their while
While I rocked those babies to sleep

  Chorus (yodeled):
  Oh-ee-oh lay-ee ay-ee ay-ee-dee dee
  Oh-ee-oh lay-ee-dee dee
  Oh-ee-oh lay-ee-dee dee
  Lay-ee ay-ee ay-ee-dee dee
  Mama will come home whenever she pleases.


Source:George P. Watson, Hi-le-hi-lo, cylinder at Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST
Date: 14 Feb 13 - 12:55 PM

Awesome, you guys are fantastic. My father will be delighted!! Thank you!!


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: Mick Pearce (MCP)
Date: 16 Feb 13 - 11:25 AM

Reluctant to leave this unfinished and with noone coming forward to do the second verse, I decided to pursue it myself! With some messing about with the sound, I was eventually able to make out the last line of the second German verse, enough to let me so a search for the rest of it, and I found this version of Im Wald und auf der Heide which has the cylinder second verse as the second part of the first verse there (if you see what I mean!).

The complete German section is given below.

Mick


HI-LE-HI-LO

German section
Im Wald und auf der Heide
da such ich meine Freude, (pronounced Freide)
ich bin ein Jägersmann,
Ja, ich bin ein Jägersmann!

  Hi-le-hi-lo, hi-le-hi-lo,
  Bei uns geht's immer,
  Je langer je schlimmer;
  Hi-le-hi-lo, hi-le-hi-lo,
  Bei uns geht's immer noch so!
  (yodel:)Hi-yo-lo-lay-ee-dee
  Yo-oh-lay-ee-dee
  Hi-yo-lo-lay-ee-dee
  Yo-oh-lay-ee-dee
  Hi-yo-lo-lay-ee-dee
  Yo-oh-lay-ee-dee
  Hi-yo-lo-lay-ee-dee
  Oh-yo-lay-ee-dee


Den Wald und Fost zu hegen,
das Wildpret u erlegen,
das ist's was mir gefällt,
das ist's was mir gefällt.

  Hi-le-hi-lo, hi-le-hi-lo,
  Bei uns geht's immer,
  Je langer je schlimmer;
  Hi-le-hi-lo, hi-le-hi-lo,
  Bei uns geht's immer noch so!
  (yodel)Hi-yo-lo-lay-ee-dee
  Yo-oh-lay-ee-dee
  Hi-yo-lo-lay-ee-dee
  Yo-oh-lay-ee-dee
  Hi-yo-lo-lay-ee-dee
  Yo-oh-lay-ee-dee
  Hi-yo-lo-lay-ee-dee
  Oh-yo-lay-ee-dee


Source: George P. Watson, Source:George P. Watson, Hi-le-hi-lo, cylinder at Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,Gary Linden
Date: 05 May 13 - 11:58 AM

I have from my great-grandparents a 78rpm record of "Hi Le Hi Lo" that sounds identical to the song from the Cylinder Preservation ... Project. Thank you, Mick Pearce, for the second verse. I can now make it out better. What I came up with is:
Den Wald und Forst zu hegen
Das Wildbret zu erlegen,
Das ist was mir gefällt.
Ja, das ist was mir gefällt.
(Enjoying/caring for the woods and forest,
shooting the wild game,
that's what appeals to me.)
This song appears to be a somewhat comic variation of the (probably) older song "Im Wald und auf der Heide" by Bornemann, also mentioned on this thread. (Actually a poem in latin that he translated into german, VERY well done, and likely much older than 1816.)
That song is very nice and has several good renditions on YouTube. The Watson version seems to have been very popular during the Depression, probably because of the line "Bei uns geht's immer je länger, je schlimmer." (With us, the longer it goes the worse it gets.)
I hope this is useful.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 06 May 13 - 08:58 AM

Thanks, Gary.

It's amazing that you have a record that came from your great-grandparents.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,Gary Linden
Date: 12 May 13 - 05:21 PM

It is, as the Cylinder Preservation Project called it, an "indestructible record". Scuffable, but not breakable.


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,leeneia
Date: 12 May 13 - 06:56 PM

Wow! A material like that could have applications such as in locomotives, in airplanes and on artificial satellites. You could get rich!


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST,guest
Date: 15 Feb 16 - 02:09 AM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqJccjomf5Y


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Subject: RE: Tune Req: Hi lee hi lo
From: GUEST
Date: 01 Feb 17 - 01:58 PM

MY GREATGrandmother, who was German sang a song similar to this ,she was born in 1885..She said it was about a girl on her way to a dance to meet her love and lost her stocking .Was looking for the whole song


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