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Posted By: masato sakurai
24-May-04 - 03:03 AM
Thread Name: School Songbook Index PermaThread
Subject: Index: Song-Garden First Book (Mason Bros 1864)
Book: The Song-Garden (A Series of School Music Books, Progressively Arranged): First Book
Author: Lowell Mason
Publisher: New York/Boston: Mason Brothers
Grade: no grade indicated
Date & pages: 1864, 160pp.

    SONGS [titles & first lines]
Across the Lake        
Adieu to Winter
A Happy Day
Among the Flowers
Angry Words
A pretty bird lives on a tree
A Summer Ride
A Time for Everything
At sunset, when Nature is seeking
Awaking from sweet slumber
Away among the Blossoms
Away to the Garden
Baby bye
Beautiful Morning
Be careful
Before all Lands
Boat Song [tune & words: "Lightly Row"]
Busy Bee, humming merrily
Buzzing Bee
Cheeks of Rose
Cherries are ripe
Cherry Song
Children go to and fro
Childhood's Pleasures
Chirp, chirp, chirp
Christmas Time
Come, and buy
Come, and let us wander
Come, come, come
Come, join the cheerful sound
Come, let us, singing
Come, May, thou lovely lingerer
Come, my loved ones, come away
Come, roam in the Woodland
Come, when May's sunny hours
Cradle Song
Cuckoo, Cuckoo, singing so clear
Dear Mother, said a little fish
Early Morning
Evening Song of Worship
Every fruit is mellow
Everything in its Time
Fairest the early flushing ray
Farewell to School
Flowers, wild-wood Flowers
Fraternal Love
Fresh and fair all things are
From slumber awake
Fruit Song
Gaily our boat glides o'er the sea
Gentle bird, with bosom red
God bless our native Land
God is Love
Good morning to you, squirrel
Gone the ice and snow
Go-To-Bed Song
Harvesters, come away
Hop, hop, hop
Ho, the Boating
How beautiful at evening hour
Hurrah for a splash
Hurrah for the summer
Hush, my darlings
I do not like a little girl
I know a little restless brook
I like to see a little girl
I love at early morning
I love it, the laugh of a child
I love the little sparkling rill
I'm very glad the spring has come
I must not speak a naughty word
In all the green world
In the Boat
In the fir-tree I would be
In the thick and grassy wood
In your play be very careful
I remember a lasson
I saw a little yellow bird
Let us with a cheerful mind
Let your steps be blithe and gay
Lightly Row
Likes and Dislikes
Listen to the carolled ditty
List ye to the olden clock
Little bird with eager wing
Little laughing river
Lively, welcome May
Lofty Mountain
Lo! the Heavens are breaking
Love of Truth
Making Honey [tune: "Did You Ever See a Lassie?"]
Morning awaketh
Morning Hallelujah
Morning is breaking
Morning Song
My Days of Youth
My Dollie's cheeks are red
No one deserves to have a horse
Now night is gone
O, grand old oak
Oh, Alpine Land!
Oh say, busy bee
Oh, see! the snow is falling now
Oh, sweet to remember
Oh, the joyful news
Oh, what art thou doing there?
On the Mountains
Our Baby
Our Boat [tune: "Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes"]
Our Georgie
Our Happy Land
Our Land
Out in a beautiful field
Over the Mountain
Prayer for our Country [tune: "My Country, 'Tis of Thee"]
Pretty modest little wren
Remembrance of May
Rippling, purling little brook
Roses and Violets
Roses in Bloom
Round and round it goes
School-Room Song
See, the bee is in the flowers
See, the blue-birds now appear
See the Morning Star so bright
See where the rising sun
She is a rich and are land
Sing we rejoicing
Some water and oil one day
Song of Spring
Stay, stay, stay
Summer Evening
Summer Song
Sunrise [tune: "Life Let Us Cherish"]
Take care the hook
The Autumn now returning
The Bath
The Bee
The Birds
The Bird's Song
The Blue-birds are here
The Bugle Horn
The boy is playing
The busy, busy bee
The Close of the Day
The cold North-Wind
The Cricket
The Cuckoo [familar German tune]
The day is past and over
The flowers are blooming
The Fly
The Garden
The Harvest
The Hen's Lullaby
The Honey-Bee
The ice and snow are melted
The Kite
The Lambkins
The little Bee
The little Beggar-Girl
The little Brook
The little Brook [a different song]
The little busy bee
The little pony
The Lord's Prayer [chant by Tallis]
The Mill-wheel
The Morning
The North-wind doth blow
The Old Clock
The old Man's Song
The old Oak
The Pear-Tree
The Pee-Dee
The Pet Lamb
There once did live a little boy
There was an honest old miller [tune: "The Miller of the Dee"]
The River
The Robin Redbreast
The Robin's Song
The silent Spring [tune: "O Tannenbaum"]
The Snow
The sparkling Rill
The Sparrow caught
The Squirrel
The Strawberry
The truthful Boy
The Wind
The Woodlands
The Wren
The Yellow-Birds
They're coming Home to-day
Things that I must not do
Through woodland wild
'Tis good to be alive
'Tis not in splendor joy doth dwell
To bed, to bed, my curly head
To the Robin
Trip away
Trip it lightly
Trust in God
Two Robin Redbreasts in their nest
Up, up and away
Vacation Song
Wake and cheer thee
Water, Oil, and Pearl-Ash
We birds are happy all day long
We'll love each other truly
What does little birdie say
What I do like
What News
When the southern breezes play
Where the sickles are gleaming
Which way does the wind blow
Who on the wall is seated
Why should we be pining
Wild-Wood Flowers
Winds of Summer
Winter, Adieu
Work away

After study we shall find
Be to others kind and true
Cold the wind is blowing
Come, come, come
First be sure you're doing right
Haste ye to labor
He who would live in peace
Higher still and higher
In the Field
Let us endeavor
Loving hearts make loving friends
Loving souls
Merrily, merrily
Morning bells I love to hear
Oh, what delight
Over mountain grove and fountain
Pity the Idle
Pluck ye Roses
Speak distinctly
Sweet it is to wander
The Sky-lark
The spring has come
The wind is loudly roaring
Whenever any one does wrong
When the Doctors disagree
When we read well
Whether you whisper low
While we walk in Wisdom's way
Why should we sigh for wealth
Who'll buy my posies
Who sows good seed