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Subject: RE: Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks
From: davidkiddnet
Date: 12 Jun 19 - 11:41 PM

Now its 2019 Chapell's books are free online, downloadable as pdf
at Archive Org
They offer files made by different organizations, that are of different quality of image, depends what you like e.g, this looks like a real old book : vol 1 scanned by U of Toronto
But they also offer these bright copies by Cornell University Library Popular Music of the Olden Time vol 1
and
Popular Music of the Olden Time vol 2,


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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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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,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: GUEST,Ged
Date: 08 Mar 10 - 05:30 PM

"Popular Music of the Olden Time" in 15 parts, William Chappell 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   &n


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

Google Books - full text available.


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: 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: 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: 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. 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: 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: 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: 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 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: 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.


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

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

A 2008 reissue of this book is viewable at Google Books - limited preview only.

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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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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