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Author: Cecil J Sharp; Maud Karpeles
Publisher: London ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1974.
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Sharp, Cecil James, 1859-1924.
Cecil Sharp's collection of English folk songs.
London ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1974
(OCoLC)639853886
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Cecil J Sharp; Maud Karpeles
OCLC Number: 23356409
Notes: Unacc.
Description: 2 volumes ; 24 cm
Contents: Vol. 1: The lover's tasks (The elfin knight) --
The outlandish knight (Lady Isabel and the elf knight) --
The dragoon and the lady (Earl Brand) --
Lord Randal --
The cruel mother --
The banks of Green Willow (Bonnie Annie) --
The Broomfield wager (The Broomfield hill) --
The two magicians --
Lord Bateman (Young Beichan) --
The cherry tree carl --
King Herod and the cock (The Carnal and the crane) --
Dives and Lazarus --
Sir William Gower, or Captain Glen (Brown Robyn's confession) --
Lady Maisry --
Lord Thomas and fair Ellinor --
Fair Margaret and sweet William --
Lord Lovel --
The unquiet grave, or Cold blows the wind --
Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard --
Barbara Ellen (Bonny Barbara Allen) --
Giles Collins, or George Collins (Lady Alice) --
The lowlands of Holland (Bonny Bee Hom) --
Lamkin --
The maid freed from the gallows, or The briery bush --
Willie O Winsbury, or Lord Thomas of Winesberry --
The bailiff's daughter of Islington --
The knight and the shepherd's daughter --
Blow away the morning dew, or The new mown hay (The baffled knight) --
Robin Hood and the tanner --
Robin Hood and the pedlar (The bold pedlar and Robin Hood) --
Sir Hugh --
The death of Queen Jane --
The burglar (Archie O Cawfield) --
The gypsy laddie, or The wraggle taggle gypsies --
Waly Waly (Jamie Douglas) --
Geordie --
The green wedding (Katharine Jaffray) --
Henry Martin --
Our Goodman --
Bar up the old door (Get up and bar the door) --
Ruggleton's daughter of Iero (The wife wrapt in Wether's skin) --
The farmer's curst wife --
The dirty beggarman (The jolly beggar) --
The coasts of high Barbary (The George Aloe and the sweepstake) --
The golden vanity --
The mermaid --
A sailor from Dover (The brown girl) --
The bold fisherman --
Nancy of Yarmouth --
Death and the lady --
Shooting of his dear --
The cruel ship's carpenter --
A sailor by my right, or flame or fire --
Still growing, or the trees they do grow high --
Sir Dukes, or The duke of Bedford --
The lake of Coulfin --
The drowned lover --
The nobleman's wedding, or All round my hat --
The false bride, or The week before Easter --
The three butchers --
Bruton town --
The constant farmer's son --
Edwin in the lowlands low --
James MacDonald --
The miller's apprentice, or The Oxford girl --
The Oxford murder --
Floating down the tide --
Mary in the silvery tide --
Maria Martin --
The jealous lover, or In Oxford city --
The bold lietenant, or The lion's den --
The banks of Inverary --
Young Barnswell --
The blind beggar's daughter of Bethnal Green --
The Turkish lady --
The lost lady found --
Bedlam --
Arise, arise --
The bonny lighter boy --
The chain of gold --
Betsy, or A glazier's daughter --
Johnny Doyle --
Daughter in the dungeon --
Locks and bolts --
Erin's lovely home --
Rosetta and her gay ploughboy --
Once I courted --
Reilly sent to America --
The rolling main --
William and Phyllis --
The miser's daughter, or The silk merchant's daughter --
Said the father to the daughter, or Our ship she lies in harbour --
The navvy lad --
Searching for lambs --
As I walked through the meadows --
The shepherd and his fife --
A farmer's son so sweet --
The shepherdess and the sailor --
Searching for young lambs, or A long and wishing eye --
The sweet nightingale --
Welcome in young shepherd, or The pleasant month of May --
the rose in June, or Let it be early, late, or soon --
Limady --
The crystal spring --
Master Kilby --
The foggy dew --
Forty long miles, or It rains, it hails --
Seventeen come Sunday --
Hares on the mountains, or Sally my dear --
Dabbling in the dew --
Gently Johnny my jingalo --
Raking of hay --
Ripest apples --
Three maids a-milking --
The brickster --
Green broom --
The green mossy banks of the lee --
Mowing the barley, or Lawyer Lee --
The sign of the bonny blue bell --
A cornish young man --
My man John --
The keys of Canterbury --
My true love is lost --
Farewell, lads and lasse --
The first of May, or The month of May --
The blackbird. Vol 1. (cont.): The Irish girl --
Pretty miss, will you wed --
Write me down ye powers above --
The true lover's farewell, or The little turtle dove --
High Germany, or The rout has now begun --
High Germany, or The king's command must be obeyed --
Pretty Sally --
Adieu, my lovely Nancy --
Pretty Nancy of London --
British man of war --
Farewell my dearest Nancy --
Lisbon --
Blackbirds and thrushes --
Our captain cried all hands --
Sweet Susan --
Tarry trousers --
The dark eyed sailor, or Phoebe and her dark eyed sailor --
The broken token, or The young single sailor --
Pretty Caroline --
Faithful Nancy, or One fine summer's morning --
Beautiful Nancy --
The banks of Claudy --
Mantle of Green, or Famed Waterloo --
Sweet Jenny of the moor --
The sailor from sea --
The watchet sailor --
The seeds of love, or The sprig of thyme --
My bonny, bonny boy --
Green bushes --
A brisk young lover --
Sheffield park --
The sweet primroses --
A shoemaker courted me --
The pride of Kildare --
Early, early in the spring --
Through the woods, or Down in the groves --
The cuckoo --
The Americans have stolen my true love away --
The chaps of Cocaigny, or The boys of Kilkenny --
I wish I had never known --
The orange and blue, or Green grows the laurel --
Once I had a sweetheart, or Sally sat a-weeping --
Maids a-rushing, or Underneath her apron --
The bold grenadier, or The nightingale --
The sentry --
The shannon side, or Captain Thunderbolt --
Down by the riverside, or I am too young --
As I walked out one May morning, or Tippling over the plain --
No, my love, no I --
Glastonbury town --
Valentine's Day --
Rosemary lane, or The oak and the ash --
The Hazelbury girl --
Betsy Wilson, or Betsy Watson --
At seventeen years of age --
No sir, or O no John --
Jack the jolly tar --
Cold blow and a rainy night --
The miller and the lass --
Bibberly town, or The tinker behind the door --
The devil's in the girl --
The Liverpool landlady. Vol. 2: The boatsman and the tailor --
The cobbler and the butcher --
The poor couple --
Man from Dover --
Will the weaver --
The sea captain --
Whistle, daughter, whistle --
The fit's come on me now --
The unmarried maiden's lament --
My mother bid me --
An old man he courted me --
Never marry an old man --
The holly twig --
Robin a thrush --
The brisk young bachelor --
You bachelors you know, or You married men --
The old man and his wife, or The drummer --
A woman's work is never done --
The rich old lady, or Johnny Sands --
The Devonshire farmer's daughter, or The highwayman outwitted --
Box upon her head, or The undaunted female --
The crafty maid's policy --
The banks of sweet Dundee --
Sweet lovely Joan --
Pretty Betsy the milkmaid, or Blackberry fold --
William Taylor --
The press gang, or In London fair city --
Polly Oliver --
The female cabin boy --
The simple ploughboy, or The pretty ploughboy --
The golden glove, or Dog and gun --
Sovay sovay, or The female highwayman --
Poor Nell and the chimney sweep --
The councillor's daughter, or The lawyer outwitted --
Sweet Kitty --
The basket of eggs --
Bung your eye --
The oyster girl --
Riding down to Portsmouth --
The tarpaulin jacket, or The rakish young fellow --
St. James's hospital, or The sailor cut down in his prime --
Rosin the beau --
My parents and I could never agree --
The deserter --
Fanny Blair --
I kept a pack of hounds, or The broken-down gentleman --
Adieu to old England, or Once I could ride in my coach --
Botany bay --
The isle of France --
Van Diemen's land --
Jack Hall --
Jack Williams, or Boatman by my trade --
Salisbury plain --
The rigs of London town --
The rambling boy, or In Newry city --
Dick Turpin hero --
Brennan on the moor --
Captain Grant --
John Barleycorn --
It's a rosebud in June --
The lark in the morn --
A sweet country life --
Two jolly brothers, or The jolly ploughboy --
The painful plough --
All jolly fellows that follow the plough --
Sheep shearing --
Once I was a shepherd boy --
Shepherds are the best of men, or The stormy winds do blow --
The jolly waggoner --
The carter --
Twankydillo --
The nobleman and thresherman --
The husbandman and serving man --
Bingo --
Sheep shearing toast, or Here's a health to the master --
Sheep shearing toast, or We'll reap and mow --
Horn, boys, horn or So selfish runs the mare --
Bird starver's cry --
The duke's hunting song --
Bold Reynard the fox --
The cheerful arn, or When bucks a-hunting go --
Hunting the hare --
The keeping --
Thorney moor woods --
The hearty poacher, or Hares and plantations --
The sheep stealer --
The hearty good fellow --
The game of cards --
Bold Robinson --
Creeping Jane --
The little dun mare --
Bridgwater fair --
Brimbledown fair --
Bold Nelson's praise --
Admiral Benbow --
The bold princess royal --
The Britannia and the Union --
The Chesapeake and Shannon --
The London man o' war, or The royal Delamore --
Come all you bold Britons --
Spanish ladies --
Cape horn --
The wreck of the Ramilly --
The Greenland fishery --
The ship in distress --
On board of a man of war O --
The captain's apprentice --
'Tis I myself have done --
Outward bound --
The rambling sailor --
The saucy sailor --
The green bed --
Sweet William --
Marlborough --
The bonny bunch of roses o --
General Wolfe --
Drink old England dry --
A man that is stout --
Come lovely comrades --
The croppy boy --
Dicky of Taunton Dene --
Robin's courtship --
Harry the tailor --
Arthur Bradley O --
Joan to Jan --
My boy Willie, or Billy boy --
The crabfish --
Good old man --
Robbie and Grannie --
The mare and the foal --
Midsummer fair --
Gossip Joan --
The three sons --
The cobbler and the goose --
The three cripples --
The derby ram --
As I was going to Banbury --
Balaam and egg --
James Morrell is dead --
The foolish boy, or The swapping song --
The frog and the mouse --
Three jolly huntsmen --
The carrion crow --
The fox and the goose --
The twelve days of Christmas --
The barley mow --
I had a little cock. Vol. 2 (cont.): Jolly old hawk --
The mallard --
One man shall mow my meadow --
The tree in the wood --
Dashing away with the smoothing iron, or Driving away with the smoothing iron --
The farmyard, or The merry green fields --
Joan's ale was new --
The jolly shilling --
The red herring --
The virgin unspotted, or In Bethlehem city --
On Christmas night, or On Christmas time --
Nowell nowell --
The holy day --
Come all you true good Christians --
Christmas now is drawing near --
God rest you merry gentlemen --
The holly and the ivy --
The joys of Mary --
Our saviour's love --
The leaves of life --
When Jesus Christ had lived --
The black decree --
As I sat on a sunny bank, or I saw three ships --
The holy well --
The bitter withy --
God made a trance --
The sons of Levi --
The truth sent from above --
Come all you worthy Christians --
Awake awake, on New year's carol --
The moon shines bright --
A happy new year --
The man that lives --
The sinner's redemption, or All you that are unto mirth inclined --
The little room --
The twelve apostles --
Wassail song --
Padstow May song --
The streams of lovely Nancy --
The sailor and the soldier --
The beggar --
Poor old horse --
A brisk young widow --
The acquittal of Thomas Halloran --
Loch na Garr --
The alderman's lady --
A sailor from the north countree, or The sailor and his beautiful wife --
Bonnets so blue --
Just as the tide was a-flowing --
A sailor courted a farmer's daughter --
The orphan boy --
The Sheffield apprentice --
Sweet Europe --
The American stranger --
George Ridler's oven --
Old woman lame and blind --
Come all brother seamen --
Baskets and chairs (Street cry) --
Lavender (Street cry) --
Young lambs (Street cry).
Other Titles: Collection of English folk songs
Responsibility: edited by Maud Karpeles.

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    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/929875> # Folk songs, English
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Folk songs, English"@en ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/32280207> # Maud Karpeles
    a schema:Person ;
   schema:familyName "Karpeles" ;
   schema:givenName "Maud" ;
   schema:name "Maud Karpeles" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/51955519> # Cecil James Sharp
    a schema:Person ;
   schema:birthDate "1859" ;
   schema:deathDate "1924," ;
   schema:familyName "Sharp" ;
   schema:givenName "Cecil James" ;
   schema:givenName "Cecil J." ;
   schema:name "Cecil James Sharp" ;
    .

<http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/639853886>
    a schema:CreativeWork ;
   rdfs:label "Cecil Sharp's collection of English folk songs." ;
   schema:description "Online version:" ;
   schema:isSimilarTo <http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/23356409> ; # Cecil Sharp's collection of English folk songs
    .


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