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Cowboy songs and other frontier ballads.

Author: John A Lomax; Alan Lomax; Edward N Waters
Publisher: New York, The Macmillan Company, 1938.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : Rev. and enlView all editions and formats
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More than two hundred songs, some with music, whose lyrics depict life in the old West.
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Lomax, John Avery, 1867-1948.
Cowboy songs and other frontier ballads.
New York, Macmillan Co., 1938
(OCoLC)572604366
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John A Lomax; Alan Lomax; Edward N Waters
OCLC Number: 270046
Notes: Some of the ballads with music (unaccompanied melodies).
Music edited by Edward N. Waters.
Description: xxxviii, 431 pages including facsimiles 24 cm
Contents: Up the trail. Cowboy's getting'-up holler ; Whoopee ti yi yo, git along, little dogies ; The Colorado Trail ; Doney gal ; Me an' my Doney-gal ; Good-by, Old Paint ; The skew-ball black ; The Kansas line; George Britton ; The Lone Star Trail ; The Texas cowboy ; On the trail to Idaho ; John Garner's trail herd ; The crooked trail to Holbrook ; The old Chisholm Trail ; Clear Rock's Chisholm Trail ; Leadbelly's Chisholm Trail ; Boggy Creek ; The railroad corral ; The cowboy's dream ; The dying cowboy ; Dogie song ; The trail to Mexico ; The Texas song ; The gal I left behind me ; Night-herding song. The round-up. Gittin'-up hollers; Toast ; Cowboy graces ; Cowboy talks to a pitching horse ; Diamond Joe ; The cowboy ; A cow camp on the range ; Top hand ; Pinto ; When the work's all done this Fall ; The drifter ; The zebra dun ; Charlie Rutledge ; The cowboy at work ; Bronc Peeler's song ; Wild Bronc Peeler ; Jess's dilemma ; A prisoner for life ; The convict ; Little Joe, the wrangler ; The old cowboy ; The Pecos puncher ; The U-S-U Range ; The dying cowboy of Rim Rock Ranch ; The stampede ; A Kansas cowboy ; The rustler ; Panhandle Cob ; Salty dogs ; Jim Farrow ; Windy Bill ; Only a cowboy ; Whose old cow ; The horse wrangler ; The cowboy's meditation ; Home, sweet home ; Utah Carroll ; Then thousand cattle ; Ten thousand God-damn cattle. Dodge City, the end of the trail. The boasting drunk in Dodge ; Drinking song ; The desperado ; The bad man from the Brazos ; The cowboy ; Billy the Kid ; Quantrell ; Roy Bean ; Sam Bass ; Jesse James ; Juan Murray ; Bow down your head and cry ; The bad boy ; Rye whisky ; O-bar cowboy ; The wild Montana boy ; The cowboy ; Buckskin Joe ; The killer ; The Durant Jail. Campfire and bunkhouse. Red River shore ; The wild rippling water ; The range riders ; Lackey Bill ; The Peeler's lament ; The old-time cowboy ; The rambling cowboy ; The rattlesnake ; Bill Venero ; Macaffie's confession ; The Boston burglar ; Fuller and Warren ; Jack Donahoe ; Young companions ; Brown-eyed Lee ; Bonnie black Bess ; The melancholy cowboy ; A wild rattling cowboy ; The dying desperado ; Annie Breen ; The white steed of the prairies ; When I was a brave cowboy ; Cowboy Jack ; Young Charlotte ; Silver Jack ; The Hell-bound train. Off guard. A cowboy dance song ; Rhymed dance calls ; The Harrington barn dance ; Cheyenne ; The cowboy's Christmas ball ; The cowboy's dance song ; Jack o' Diamonds or The rabble soldier ; The Arizona boys and girls ; Don't grow weary, boys ; I am fur from my sweetheart ; Dan Taylor ; Lulu ; Way out in Idyho ; Rambling gambler ; Buckling bronco ; The lovesick cowboy ; The gol-darned wheel ; The cowboy at church ; The jolly cowboy ; Old Rosin, the beau ; The range riders ; The cowboy's life ; The State of Arkansas. Son of a gun. Trail end ; Once you git the habit ; Poor lonesome cowboy ; The Texas cowboys ; The Black Tail Range ; Cyclone blues ; Bob Stanford ; The cowboy up to date ; Red River Valley ; Bury me out on the prairie ; Great-Granddad ; The lavender cowboy ; The wandering cowboy ; The dry-landers ; Lone driftin' riders ; The Santa Fe Trail ; The cowboy and his love ; The Llano Estacado ; Speaking of cowboy's home ; Hell in Texas ; New national anthem ; I'd like to be in Texas when they round-up in the Spring ; I wanted to die in the desert ; The last longhorn ; To midnight ; The great round-up ; The cowman's prayer ; Rounded up in glory. Way out West. The buffalo skinners ; The Texian boys ; The lone buffalo hunter ; The buffalo hunters ; Sioux Indians ; California Joe ; The old scout's lament ; A man named Hods ; Pattonio, the pride of the plain ; Texas rangers ; Down south on the Rio Grande ; Mustang Gray ; Way down in Mexico ; The dying ranger ; Muster out the rangers ; The disheartened ranger ; Here's to the ranger ; The dreary Black Hills ; The bloody Injians ; Joe Bowers ; The days of forty-nine ; The fools of forty-nine ; The happy miner ; The road to Cook's Peak ; In the summer of sixty ; A ripping trip ; Sweet Betsy from Pike ; Bill Peters, the stage driver ; The California Stage Company ; Freighting from Wilcox to Globe ; The bullwhacker ; Brigham Young ; The Mormon Bishop's lament ; A Mormon immigrant song; The little old sod shanty ; Greer County ; Life in a half-breed shack ; Dakota land ; The Kinkaiders ; West Texas ; Westward ho ; The far, far West ; The cowboy's lament ; Sam Hall ; A home on the range.

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More than two hundred songs, some with music, whose lyrics depict life in the old West.

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