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Joe Offer Folk Songs Southern Appalachians - J Ritchie (7) RE: Folk Songs Southern Appalachians - J Ritchie 08 Dec 20


There was a very nice Second Edition of this book published in 1997 by the University Press of Kentucky. Looks like you shouldn't have to pay more than thirty bucks for a copy through bookfinder.com. The original Oak Publications First Edition came out in 1965. The Second Edition has four songs more than the original book's 77 songs. Here's the index of the 1997 book. I'm marked the four added songs with an asterisk.

Thread #103890   Message #2121847
Posted By: Q (Frank Staplin)
08-Aug-07 - 02:05 PM
Thread Name: Songbook Indexing: Oak Publications
Subject: Index: Folk Songs of Southern Appalachians (Oak)

Folk Songs of the Southern Appalachians
Jean Ritchie, 1965,
Foreward Alan Lomax, Transcriptions by Melinda Zacuto and Jerry Silverman. Oak Publications, NY.
Note- Oak also published Jean Ritchie, "Singing Family of the Cumberlands."

Index- with index to recordings of all songs.

    Amazing Grace
    Among the Little White Daisies
    Bachelor's Hall
    Bangum Rid By the Riverside
    Barbry Ellen
    Black Is the Color
    Bow Your Bend to Me
    Brandyrowe
    Brightest and Best
    Cambridgeshire May Song
    Carol of the Cherry Tree
    Cedar Swamp
    Children Go Where I Send Thee
       (also listed as "Little Bitty Baby")
    Cuckoo, The
    Dance to Your Daddy
    Darby Ram
    Day Is Past and Gone, The
    Dear Companion
    Death of Cock Robin, The
    Down Came An Angel
    Edward
    Fair and Tender Ladies
    Fair Annie of the Lochroyan
    False Sir John
    Father Get Ready
    Flower Carol, The
    Gentle Fair Annie
    God Bless the Moonshiners
    Goin' to Boston
    Golden Ring Around Susan Girl
    Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah
    Gypsy Laddie, The
    Hangman Song, The
    Hiram Hubbard
    Holly Bears the Berry, The
    I Saw Three Ships
    I Wonder When I Shall Be Married
    I've Got a Mother Gone To Glory
    Joe Bowers
    Jubilee
    Keep Your Garden Clean
    Killy Kranky
    Little Bitty Baby
       (also listed as "Children Go Where I Send Thee")
    Little Cory
    Little Devils, The
    Little Mudgrave, The
       (also listed as "The Lyttle Musgrave")
    London Bridge
    Lonesome Sea
    Lord Lovel
    Lord Randal
    Lord Thomas and Fair Ellender
    Love Somebody, Yes I Do
    Lyttle Musgrave, The
       (Also listed as "The Little Musgrave")
    Mama Told Me
    May Day Carol, The
    Miracle of Usher's Well, The
    My Little Carpenter
    Nottamun Town
    Oh, Love Is Teasin'
    Old Betty Larkin
    Old King Cole
    Old Soap-Gourd, The
    Old Virginny
    Old Woman and the Pig, The
    Over the River, Charlie
    Pretty Saro
    See the Waters A-Gilding
    Shady Grove
    Sister Phoebe
    Skin and Bones
    Somebody
    Swapping Song, The
    Sweet William and Lady Margaret
    There Was a Pig Went Out To Dig
    Turkish Lady, The
    Twilight A-Stealing
    Two Dukes A-Roving
    Unquiet Grave, The
    What'll I Do With the Baby-O?
    *Lovin' Henry
    *Reckless and Rambling Boy
    *Her Mantle So Green
    *Loving Hannah


Second Edition of Folk Songs of the Southern Appalachians published by University Press of Kentucky, 1997


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