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Best loved songs of the American people

Author: Denes Agay
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1975.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Contains 200 ballads, spirituals, folk, and show tunes with easy piano arrangements, guitar chords, and historical notes.
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Denes Agay
OCLC Number: 70738439
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: xi, 403 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: Song titles: Old Colony times and the new nation. Old Hundredth (p.9) --
Greensleeves (p.10) --
Froggie went a-courtin' (p.12) --
Over the hills and far away (p.14) --
Sally in our alley (p.16) --
Barb'ra Allen [Barbara Allen] (p.17) --
Sweet is the budding spring of love (p.18) --
Liberty song (p.20) --
Yankee Doodle (p.22) --
Bunker Hill (p.24) --
Chester (p.25) --
Enraptured I gaze (p.26) --
The women all tell me (p.28) --
Drink to me only with thine eyes (p.30) --
The girl I left behind me (p.31) --
Hail, Columbia (p.32) --
The lass of Richmond Hill (p.34) --
Coronation (p.36) --
Auld lang syne (p.37) --
The star spangled banner (p.38) --
Old Colony times (p.40) --
America (p.41) --
The hunters of Kentucky (p.42) --
Last week I took a wife (p.44). Contents (cont.): Pioneers--minstrels--parlor pianists. Home, sweet home (p.54) --
Woodman, spare that tree (p.56) --
Springfield mountain (p.57) --
Poor wayfaring stranger (p.58) --
Amazing grace (p.60) --
Wondrous love (p.61) --
Blow the man down (p.62) --
Shenandoah (p.63) --
Jump Jim Crow (p.64) --
Long tail blue (p.65) --
Turkey in the straw (p.66) --
Old Dan Tucker (p.68) --
The blue tail fly (p.70) --
For he's a jolly good fellow (p.71) --
My faith look up to thee (p.72) --
Rock of ages (p.73) --
Old Rosin the Beau (p.74) --
Cape Ann (p.76) --
Long, long ago (p.78) --
Peter Gray (p.80) --
Buffalo gals (p.81) --
Gaily the troubadour (p.82) --
Ho! Westward ho! (p.83) --
The old oaken bucket (p.84) --
Sweet Betsy from Pike (p.86) --
Hush little baby (p.88) --
Cindy (p.89) --
Wait for the wagon (p.90) --
There's music in the air (p.91) --
Little Brown Jug (p.92) --
Pop! goes the weasel (p.93) --
Lilly Dale (p.94). Contents (cont.): Kiss me quick and go (p.96) --
Jingle bells (p.98) --
Rosalie, the prairie flower (p.100) --
Listen to the mocking bird (p.102) --
The Erie Canal (p.104) --
Darling Nelly Gray (p.106) --
Oh! Susanna (p.108) --
Old folks at home (p.110) --
My old Kentucky home (p.112) --
Jeanie with the light brown hair (p.114) --
Beautiful dreamer (p.116) --
Battle cries, heart-throbs and high-jinks. Vaudeville tunes--spirituals--rags. Dixie (p.126) --
The battle hymn of the Republic (p.128) --
The bonnie blue flag (p.130) --
Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! (p.132)--
Tenting tonight (p.134) --
When Johnny comes marching home (p.136) --
Aura Lee (p.137) --
When you and I were young, Maggie (p.138) --
The big sunflower (p.140) --
Sweet Genevieve (p.142) --
You naughty, naughty men (p.144) --
Grandfather's clock (p.146) --
Kingdom coming (p.148) --
Champagne Charlie (p.150) --
Silver threads among the gold (p.152) --
In the gloaming (p.154). Contents (cont.): Captain Jinks (p.156) --
The Mulligan Guard (p.158). --
Carry me back to Old Virginny [Carry me back to Old Virginia] (p.160) --
The man on the flying trapeze (p.162) --
Walking for that cake (p.165) --
Baby mine (p.168) --
Nobody knows the trouble I've seen (p.170) --
Swing low sweet chariot (p.171) --
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child (p.172) --
The gospel train (p.174) --
Look down that lonesome road (p.175) --
While strolling through the park (p.176) --
Love's old sweet song (p.178) --
There is a tavern in the town (p.180) --
Red River Valley (p.182)--
The cowboy's lament (p.183) --
Home on the range (p.184) --
The yellow rose of Texas (p.186) --
Li'l Liza Jane (p.187) --
Frankie and Johnny (p.188) --
Ta-ra-ra boom-der-é (p.190) --
The flowers that bloom in the spring (p.192) --
Prayer of thanksgiving (p.194) --
After the ball (p.195) --
The bully song (p.198) --
Clementine (p.200). Contents (cont.): --
Daisy Bell (p.201) --
The sidewalks of New York (p.204) --
The band played on (p.207) --
There'll be a hot time (p.210) --
The sweetest story ever told (p.212) --
At a Georgia camp meeting (p.214) --
Maple leaf rag (p.216) --
From Tin Pan Alley to Main Street. "Even Pop can play the pianola". A bird in a gilded cage (p.227) --
On the banks of the Wabash, far away (p.230) --
The rosary (p.232) --
I love you truly (p.234) --
My wild Irish rose (p.235) --
Mighty lak' a rose [Mighty like a rose] (p.238) --
My gal Sal (p.240) --
Under the bamboo tree (p.243) --
Bill Bailey, won't you please come home (p.245) --
Hello, ma baby (p.248)--
In the good old summertime (p.251) --
Oh promise me (p.254) --
Because (p.256) --
Wait till the sun shines, Nellie (p.258) --
Ida, sweet as apple cider (p.261) --
Kiss me again (p.264) --
Toyland (p.266) --
Because you're you (p.268) --
Glow worm (p.270) --
The Yankee Doodle Boy (p.273) --
Mary's a grand old name (p.276). Contents (cont.): At dawning (p.278) --
Give my regards to Broadway (p.279) --
A perfect day (p.282) --
By the waters of Minnetonka (p.285) --
For me and my gal (p.287) --
Saint Louis blues (p.290) --
Short'nin' bread (p.294) --
The boll weevil song (p.296) --
You're in the army now (p.298) --
Mademoiselle from Armentières (p.299) --
I've been working on the railroad (p.300) --
She'll be comin' round the mountain [She'll be coming round the mountain (p.302) --
The heyday of American melody. The Great White Way--the airwaves--folkways. Tea for two (p.309) --
Ol' Man River [Old Man River] (p.312) --
I love life (p.316) --
I can't give you anything but love (p.319) --
My heart stood still (p.322) --
Embraceable you (p.325) --
Star dust (p.328) --
I've got the world on a string (p.331) --
Night and day (p.334) --
All the things you are (p.338) --
God bless America (p.341) --
The Marines' hymn (p.344) --
The caissons go rolling along (p.346). Contents (cont.): June is bustin' out all over [June is busting out all over] (p.348) --
Once in love with Amy (p.353) --
So in love (p.356) --
Careless love (p.359) --
When the saints come marching in [When the saints go marching in] (p.360) --
On top of Old Smoky (p.362) --
Down in the valley (p.363) --
Paper of pins (p.364) --
Tom Dooley (p.365) --
Seventy six trombones (p.366) --
He's got the whole world in His hands (p.370) --
Michael, row the boat ashore (p.371) --
The riddle song (p.372) --
Wabash Cannonball (.373) --
We shall overcome (p.374) --
Wildwood flower (p.375) --
Scarborough Fair (p.376) --
The impossible dream (p.378).
Responsibility: [edited by] Denes Agay ; ill. by Reisie Lonette.

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Contains 200 ballads, spirituals, folk, and show tunes with easy piano arrangements, guitar chords, and historical notes.

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