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Ballads and songs of southern Michigan.

Author: Emelyn Elizabeth Gardner; Geraldine Jencks Chickering
Publisher: Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1939.
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Gardner, Emelyn Elizabeth.
Ballads and songs of southern Michigan.
Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1939
(OCoLC)551414272
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Emelyn Elizabeth Gardner; Geraldine Jencks Chickering
OCLC Number: 1266598
Notes: Includes unacc. melodies with words.
"Other songs sung in Michigan": pages 477-483.
Description: xviii, 501 pages illustrations 24 cm
Contents: Unhappy love (Lady Isabel and the elf knight ; The two sisters ; The cup of cold poison ; Lord Thomas ; Sweet William and Lady Margaret ; Lord Lovel ; Lord Valley ; Barbara Allen ; A lover's farewell ; The house carpenter ; The apprentice boy ; He plowed the lowlands low ; Caroline of Edinburg town ; Molly Baun ; The lost Johnny Doyle ; The Sherfield apprentice ; The silver tide ; Oxford city ; The Knoxville girl ; The banks of the River Dee ; The jealous lover ; Who is tapping at my bedroom window? ; The silver dagger ; The green beds ; The sailor boy ; Green Mountain ; Rinordine ; The girl I left behind ; Green grows the laurel ; Lovely Willie's sweetheart ; Jessie of Ballington brae ; Kitty Gray ; The old oak tree ; False Nancy ; The rich merchant's daughter ; Johnny and Betsy ; The butcher boy ; Springfield Mountain ; The foot of the mountain bow ; A Spanish maid ; Frozen Charlotte ; Farewell he ; My love is on the ocean ; Seven long years ; The lake of Pontchartrain ; The new dress). Happy love (A true lover of mine ; Mr. Woodburn's courtship ; Lord Bateman's castle ; The golden ball ; The Laird o' Drum ; Fair lady of London ; A seaman and his love ; The rich young farmer ; Johnny German ; Fain Waterloo ; The dark-eyed sailor ; Two rigs of rye ; The wealthy merchant ; Pretty Polly Oliver ; William and Nancy ; The weaver is handsome ; Lady Leroy ; The silk merchant's daughter ; A maid in bedlam ; The bonny laboring boy ; Robin Tamson's smiddy ; The charming moll boy ; The banks of the sweet Dundee ; The green mossy banks of the Lea ; The banks of Claudy ; The banks of Brandywine ; The dog and the gun ; The merchant's only son ; The roaming gambler ; Farewell to Bonny Galaway ; The lass of Glenshee ; The choice of a wife ; Betsy of Dramoor). War (Prince Charlie ; The three Scotch robbers ; The lowlands low ; Captain Ward ; Archie o' Cawfield ; Pretty Polly ; The village pride ; The pride of Glencoe ; Bloody Waterloo ; Bony's lament ; The heights at Alma ; The Crimean War ; James Ervin ; The American volunteer ; Bold Dighton ; The Texas rangers ; One and twenty ; The sweet sunny south). Occupations (The dying miller ; Creeping Jane ; The dying cowboy ; Blood ; The lumberman's alphabet ; The shantyman's life ; The shanty boys ; Michigan-i-o ; The mossback ; The little brown bulls ; Jack Haggerty ; The jam on Gerry's rock ; James Wayland ; The wild Mustard River ; Jimmie Judd ; Harry Bail ; Harry Dunn ; David Ward ; Martin, Tim, and Dan ; Roll the old chariot along ; Ben Fisher ; I once did know a farmer). Disasters (The Titanic ; The Seno wreck ; The Avondale disaster ; Three girls drowned ; The Bainbridge tragedy ; Floyd Collins ; A melancholy accident --
the death of M. Hodge). Crimes (Lamkin ; Georgie ; Captain Kidd ; My bonny black Bess ; Botany Bay ; The cabin boy ; The wild Colloina boy ; Johnny Troy ; Wakken ; Jack Williams ; The Boston burglar ; McAfee's confession ; Jesse James ; Sidney Allen ; The babes in the woods ; Young Henry Green ; Nat Goodwin ; Little Mary Phagan ; Anson Best ; The widow's plea ; The county jail ; A laundry song). Religion (An account of a little girl who was burnt for her religion ; The twelve apostles ; The little family ; As I sat on the sunny bank). Humor (Arise and bar the door-o ; The farmer's curst wife ; King John and the bishop ; The valiant soldier ; John sold the cow well ; Things impossible ; Kate and the cowhide ; My father's gray mare ; Kitty O'Noory ; Young Diana ; The handsome cabin boy ; The maid in sorrow ; Jack, the sailor boy ; Pat's wedding ; The first night's courtship ; The backwoodsman ; Finnigan's wake ; Clarence McFaden ; The old man ; Old grumble ; The wooing ; An old man and a young man ; A rich old miser ; The Quaker song ; A paper of pins ; Common Bill ; A scolding wife ; Rusty old Rover ; Me father is a lawyer in England ; My good-lookin' man ; Bachelor's hall ; Hard times ; The three Jews ; Johnson's mule ; The historian). Nursery (Gifts from over the sea ; The frog's courtship ; The Darby ram ; Old sheep went to sleep ; The fox and the goose ; Aunt Tabbie ; Old Grimes ; Uncle Sam Simmie ; The wonderful crocodile ; The monkey's wedding ; Animal song ; The hen and the duck ; The tree in the wood ; One fine day).
Responsibility: Collected and edited by Emelyn Elizabeth Gardner and Geraldine Jencks Chickering.

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