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Concord junior song and chorus book : (boys and girls) for unison and part singing (with piano accompaniment) for grades VII, VIII and IX

Author: Archibald T Davison; Thomas Whitney Surette; Augustus D Zanzig
Publisher: Boston : Schirmer, 1927.
Series: The Concord series of music and books on the teaching of music, no. 15
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English : [Teachers' ed. ]View all editions and formats
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Archibald T Davison; Thomas Whitney Surette; Augustus D Zanzig
OCLC Number: 1183047
Description: vi, 377 pages ; 28 cm.
Contents: [A-G] Abroad --
Ah, for my peaceful prime --
Ailie Bain --
Alleluia (text only) --
America --
America, the beautiful (text only) --
Annie Laurie (text only) --
Annie, the Miller's daughter --
Ant and the grasshopper --
A-roving --
As the morning's crimson splendor --
At the garden gate --
Ave Maria --
Battle hymn of the republic (text only) --
Believe me, if all those endearing young charms (text only) --
Bird in air will stray afar --
Bonnie Dundee --
Bridal procession (from "Lohengrin") --
Bring a torch, Jeanette, Isabella! --
Brown leaves of autumn --
Caller herrin --
Coasts of high Barbary (text only) --
Come, lasses and lads (text only) --
Cradle-song (Rimsky-Korsakov) --
Cradle-song (Schumann) --
Crusader's hymn --
Deck the hall with boughs of holly --
Deck thyself my soul with gladness --
Devotion ("ich liebe dich") --
Draw nigh, draw night Emmanuel --
Fairest isle (from "King Arthur") --
Falcon --
Farewell --
Fireflies --
First Nowell (text only) --
For all the saints. [G-L] Generous Fiddler --
Gloria! (Easter song) --
Glorious Apollo (treble voices) --
Glorious Apollo (Mixed voices) --
God is my strong salvation (1st arrangement) --
God is my strong slavation (2nd arrangement) --
Go down, Moses --
God rest ye merry, gentlemen --
Golden day is dying (text only) --
Good King Wenceslas --
Green garland --
Greeting --
Gypsy song --
Happiest days of a lad --
Happy river --
Heart is like a garden fair --
Home longing --
How sweet I roam'd from field to field --
Hundred pipers --
Hunting song --
Hymn of St. Francis (text only) --
Hymn to joy --
I am not so lowly --
I found a little blind boy --
I have lost my Eurydice (from "Orpheus") --
I'll ay ca' in by yon toon --
In good Queen Bess's glorious days (from "Iolanthe") --
Interger vitae --
In the valley --
Into Parliament he shall go! (from "Iolanthe") --
Ipsa te cogat pietas --
I saw you --
I would that my love --
I would we lived as angels do --
Jasmine flower --
Jesu, joy of man's desiring --
Joy to the world! The Lord is come --
Keel row --
Keeper (text only) --
Lift thine eyes to the mountains (from "Elijah") --
Lisette --
Little David --
Lo, how a rose e'er blooming --
Lo, morning fair and rosy --
Lovely rose --
Lullaby. [M-R] Magic castle ("Hansel and Gretel") --
March of the kings (text only) --
March of the men of Harlech --
May dance --
May song --
Moon is stealing up the sky --
Morning hymn --
My gentle harp (text only) --
My heart every faithful --
My inmost thoughts are all of thee (treble voices) --
My inmost thoughts are all of thee (unison) --
My old Kentucky home (texy only) --
Necken's polska --
Night song --
Nobody knows the trouble I see --
Non nobis, Domine (treble voices) --
Non nobis, Domine (mixed voices) --
Now let every tongue adore Thee (text only) --
O come, all ye faithful ("Adeste fideles") --
Of Selim, mighty, great and powerful (from "Belmont and Constance) --
O golden ray! --
O good morning, my fair one! --
Old folks at home (text only) --
Old hundredth (text only) --
O leave your sheep --
Once, long ago --
On the Alma --
O rose, so brightly glowing --
Over the bright blue sea (from "H.M.S. Pinafore) --
O wert thou in the cauld blast --
Parting --
Pedlar --
Peter, Peter Paul --
Praise the Lord, ye heavens (text only) ("Austrian Hymn") --
Prayer of Thanksgiving (text only) --
Robin Adair --
Rosebud of the wildwood. [S-W] Sandman's song and the children's prayer (from "Hansel an Gretel") --
Scots, wha hae --
See! lovely day is dawning --
Shenandoah --
Shepherdess --
Silent night --
Silver moon in heaven high --
Singing river --
Sir Eglamore --
Skye boat song (text only) --
Slumber, my dove --
Solvejg's song (from "Peer Gynt") --
Song of a mother --
Song of hope --
Song of the bagpipers --
Song of the laborers --
Song of the three youths (Terzetto from "The Magic Flute") --
Song of the Volga boatmen (text only) --
Sound the trumpet! --
Spacious firmament on high (text only) --
Spring had pass'd that way --
Stars --
Star-spangled banner --
Strike it up, Tabor --
Summer is a-coming (Summer is i-cumen in) --
Sunday on the Rhine --
Swing low, sweet chariot --
That music enchanting (from "The Magic Flute") --
Three faithful youths we now will lend you (from "The Magic Flute") --
Three roses grew in a forest glade --
Tiritomba --
Turn ye to me --
Two grenadiers --
Underneath the forest tree --
Welcome now, lovely spring! --
Welcome to our hearts again (from "Iolanthe") --
We're called gondolieri (from "The Gondoliers) --
We, thy people, praise Thee --
Where're you walk (from "Semele) --
Whither? --
Who is Slylvia? --
Wondrous music.
Series Title: The Concord series of music and books on the teaching of music, no. 15
Responsibility: compiled and edited for use in school and home by Archibald T. Davison, Thomas Whitney Surette [and] Augustus D. Zanzig.

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