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Posted By: masato sakurai
22-May-04 - 03:27 AM
Thread Name: School Songbook Index PermaThread
Subject: RE: School Songbook Index PermaThread
Book: The Song-Book of the School-Room: Consisting of a Great Variety of Songs, Hymns, and Scriptural Selections with Appropriate Music, arranged to be sung in one, two, or three parts: containing, also, the elementary principles of vocal music, prepared with reference to the inductive, or Pestalozzian method of teaching: desigend as a complete music manual for common, or grammar schools
Author: Lowell Mason & George James Webb
Publisher: Boston: Wilkins, Carter, & Co.
Grade: no grade indicated
Date & pages: [1847], 1850, 224pp.

A little word in love expressed
All yonder in the meadow
A maiden like my Laura
And now our study hours have flown
A noble friend good autumn is
Auld lang syne at school
Autumn
Autumnal Song
Awake the song of merry greeting
Away to school
Before all lands in east and west
Be sacred truth, my son, thy guide
Boatman's Song
Boat Song [tune: "Lightly Row"]
Clime beneath whose genial sun
Cold the blast may blow
Come again
Come away, comw away
Come, May! thou lovely lingerer
Come, one and all, around me stand
Come, roam in woodlands
Come, rouse up, ye slothful
Come to the sun-set tree
Come, with thy lute
Days of Childhood
Days of summer's glory
Endless praises To our Lord
End of School
Faith, Hope and Love
Farewell to Books
Farewell to School [tune: "Auld Lang Syne"]
Fisher's Song
Float away, float away
Forgiveness [tune: "Bonnie Doon"]
Fresh and fair, all things are [tune: "Lightly Row"]
Friendship
Friends of freedom, swell the song
From o'er the rolling waters
From the mountain flow the streamlet
Glide along, our bonny boat
God bless our native land
God is good
God is love
God speed the right
Good Night
Going to School
Hail! our nation's birth-day
Hark! the pealing
Haste thee, winter, haste away [tune: "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"]
Hope [tune: "Am Mai" by Mozart]
Ho, ho, vacation days
How beautiful the snow
How bright and fair
How bright is thy presence
How happy and content am I
How lovely are the flowers
How lovely are the woods
How sweet from gloomy darkness
How sweet to stray about at eve
Hymn of Praise
I loved a song-bird of the spring
I love the cheerful summer time
In peace with all the world
I-o! I-o! I-o!
I stand upon the woody cliff
Join in a chorus
Joy
June Song
Laughing and singing
Laura
Lightly row, lightly row
Look! the black cloud rises high
Lo! the heavens are breaking
Lovely May
Love of the Farm
Luna, arise
Madelin
May Shout
Melodies of Morn
Merrily every heart is bounding
Merry Boy
Morn amid the mountains
Morning Devotion
Mountain Song
Murmur, gentle lyre
Music
My days of youth
My father was a farmer good
My Native Hills
My Native Land
National Song
New-England
Night Song
Not to-day, we'll do it to-morrow
Now to heaven our prayer ascending
Now winter's gone
O come with me, and we will go
O'er the waters gliding
Oft in the stilly night
Oh, come, come away
Oh dear, what can the matter be
Oh, ever happy will I be
Oh, give me back my native hills
Oh, how brightly
Oh, how I love to roam
Oh, lay your weary work aside
Oh, see, the cunning frost had come
Oh, the lovely, lovley May
Oh, see the snow
Old Friends [tune: "Auld Lang Syne"]
Onward
Our Father-land
Our Little Boat
Our ship is lightly bounding
Our youthful hearts for learning burn
Poor Mary (= Oh dear, what can the matter be)
Procrastination
Pull away, pull away
School in the Winter
See them beaming
See where the rising sun
Shall school acquaintance be forget [tune: "Auld Lang Syne"]
She comes, our path to lighten
Short speech suffices
Smiling May [tune: "Lightly Row"]
Song after Rain
Songs for the 4th of July [8 songs; one of the tunes: "Scots Wha Hae" ]
Spring
Summer
Summer Morning
Sunrise [tune: "Life Let Us Cherish"]
Sweet music cheers the spirit
The Beauties of nature
The Boat Race
The day is calmly ending
The dingy autumn now has come
The Evening Bell
The Excursion
The Fall of Day
The Farmer
The Farmer is a noble man
The Farmer's Call
The Farmer's Wife
The Fisher-Boy's Farewell
The Fisher's Song
The Flowers
The Frost
The Happy Farmer
The Harvest-time
The Hero
The Laborer's Song
The Love of Truth
The lovley May is coming
The mists of the morning
The Moon
The Mountain
The Mowers
The Sail
The Sailor Boy [tune: "Bonnie Doon"]
The Setting Sun
The Silvery Moon
The Snow
The spring breathes around us
The Stars
The Student's Song
The Studen's Vacation Song
The summer's departed
The Thunder-storm
The Wanderer
The Woodlands
The Woods
Though faith may feebly guide
Though joy in other climes be found
Thoughts in Spring
Thrice hail, happy day
Through lanes and hedge-rows pearly
Time to walk
To the school, to the school
Truth
Tyrolese Evening Hymn
Up and down, all day long
Vacation Song
Wake and sing! brother sing
Wake! wake! the light is breaking
Walk! walk! walk at morn
Welcome Home
We part, but oh! I prithee
We soon must bid farewell to school
When cooling morning breezes blow
When the day with rosy light
When the morn is brightly glowing
When up the mountain climbing
Who hath a happier smile
Why will ye choose the dusty street
Winter Sports
Ye days od sunny pleasure
Ye soft, blue hills, that circling stand
Yes, or no