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Ballads and songs from Ohio

Author: Mary O Eddy
Publisher: New York : J.J. Augustin, [1939]
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Eddy, Mary O. (Mary Olive), b. 1877.
Ballads and songs from Ohio.
New York, J.J. Augustin, [1939]
(OCoLC)743488767
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Mary O Eddy
OCLC Number: 1692325
Notes: Some of the songs with music (unaccompanied melodies).
Description: xxvii, 330 pages : portraits ; 23 cm
Contents: The elfin knight (Child 2) --
Lady Isabel and the elf knight (Child 4) --
Earl Brand (Child 7) --
The twa sisters (Child 10) --
Lord Randal (Child 12) --
Edward (Child 13) --
The cruel mother (Child 20) --
Captain Wedderburn's courtship (Child 46) --
The twa brothers (Child 49) --
Young Beichan (Child 53) --
Lord Thomas and fair Annet (Child 73) --
Fair Margaret and sweet William (Child 74) --
Lord Lovel (Child 75) --
The wife of Usher's Well (Child 79) --
Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard (Child 81) --
Bonny Barbara Allen (Child 84) --
Lamkin (Child 93) --
The maid freed from the gallows (Child 95) --
The baffled knight (Child 112) --
Sir Hugh, or The Jew's daughter (Child 155) --
The gypsy laddie (Child 200) --
Rare Willie drowned in Yarrow (Child 214) --
James Harris (The daemon lover) (Child 243) --
Henry Martyn (Child 250) --
Our goodman (Child 274) --
The blind beggar's daughter of Bednall Green --
The bramble brier --
Once I had plenty of thyme --
Johnnie Sands --
An old woman's story --
The drowsy sleeper --
The green bed --
Sweet William --
The sailor and his bride --
Jack went a-sailing --
Charming beauty bright --
George Reilly --
Billy boy --
The keys of heaven (Paper of pins) --
Putman's Hill --
The butcher boy --
An old man who came over the moor --
Father grumble --
The frog and the mouse --
The opossum --
Jolly boatman --
The female warrior --
No, sir --
The Lily of the West --
Vilikens and his Dinah --
A pretty fair maid --
The milkmaid --
Thornymoor fields --
The banks of sweet Dundee --
The banks of Claudie --
Pretty Polly --
Common Bill --
The drummer boy of Waterloo --
Caroline of Edinburgh Town --
Out on the silvery tide --
The dishonest miller --
Jack Williams --
Young Rogers, the miller --
Dog and gun --
Old grandaddy's dead --
Thee fisherman's girl --
The fisherman's boy --
Old Sam Fanny --
When I was a young man --
How I wish I was single again --
When I was single --
Shab-i-da ru-dy --
Johnny Doyle --
My pretty maid --
Old Uncle Noah --
Rinordine --
Mollie Vaughn --
The garden gate --
The bold privateer --
The three rogues --
The Darby ram --
Farewell, sweet Mary --
Mary o' the Dee --
The ranger --
The Boston burglar --
The skin-and-bone lady --
Three jolly Frenchmen --
Mary of the wild moor --
Soldier, soldier, won't you marry me? --
Now, my bonny, bonny boy --
The fox --
The scolding wife --
The swapping song --
Poor Omie --
Betsey --
Lonely Louisa --
The Romish lady --
Spanish lady --
There was a man and he was mad --
The gypsy's wedding day --
The drunkard's dream --
The green fields and meadows --
One morning in May --
The murdered girl --
A fatal acquaintance --
The young man who wouldn't hoe corn --
The peacock that lived in the land of King George --
Maggie was a lady (Frankie and Johnny) --
Springfield Mountain --
Leo Frank and Mary Phagan --
The song of Brother Green --
The blackbird, or Logan's lament --
James Munks's confession --
Major Andrews' execution --
A song on the death of Colonel Crafford --
On the eighth day of November --
The Wyandotte's farewell song --
James Bird --
John Funston --
Maria Bewell --
Story of Gustave Ohr --
Story of George Mann --
Fair Charlotte ; Young Charlotte --
The dying cowboy --
California --
The dying Californian --
Ohio --
Charles Guiteau, or The murder of James A. Garfield --
McAfee's confession --
Come, all ye roving rangers --
The Quaker's wooing --
The sober Quaker --
The little family --
A soldier's poor little boy --
I wouldn't have an old man --
Old woman, old woman --
The nurse pinched the baby --
Little Johnny Green --
The last fierce charge --
Wicked Polly --
Our cherries --
Temperance song --
Barney and Katie --
I'm a tight little Irishman --
Billy O'Rourke --
Finnigan's wake --
A damsel possessed of great beauty --
We fought like the devil --
Go to Saint Pether --
Fare ye well, Inniskillen --
I went to the fair at Bonlaghy --
Barney O'Lean --
Fragments of Irish songs
Responsibility: collected and arranged by Mary O. Eddy. Introduction by James Holly Hanford.

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