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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
English county folk songs.
London : Novello, 1961, ©1908-1912
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Cecil J Sharp; H E D Hammond; Ralph Vaughan Williams; George B Gardiner; Gustav Holst; W Percy Merrick; Albert Robins
|Notes:||For voice and piano.
First ed. published in 1908-1912 under title: Folk songs of England.
Pl. no.: 12593, 12678, 12993, 13587, 13652.
|Description:||1 score (233 pages) ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Folk songs from Dorset, collected by H.E.D. Hammond; with piano acc. by Cecil Sharp: The sheepstealer. Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford. The jolly ploughboy. As I walked out one May morning. The sprig of thyme. High Germany. Betty and her ducks. Poor Sally sits a-weeping. Nancy of London. It's of a sailor bold. The cuckoo. The rambling comber. Fair Susan. Fair Margaret and Sweet William. The turtle-dove. Lord Maisry.--
Folk songs from the eastern counties, collected and arr. with piano acc. by R. Vaughan Williams. Essex: Bushes and briars. Tarry trowsers. A bold young farmer. The lost lady found. As I walked out. The lark in the morning; Norfolk: On board a ninety-eight. The captain's apprentice. Ward, the pirate. The saucy bold robber. The bold Princess Royal. The Lincolnshire farmer. The Sheffield apprentice; Cambridgeshire: Geordie. Harry, the tailor.--
Folk songs from Hampshire, collected by George B. Gardiner; with piano acc. by Gustav Holst: Our ship she lies in harbour. Abroad as I was walking. Lord Dunwaters. The Irish girl. Young Reilly. The new-mown hay. The willow tree. Beautiful Nancy. Sing ivy. John Barleycorn. Bedlam city. The scolding wife. The squire and the thresher. The happy stranger. Young Edwin in the Lowlands low. Yonder sits a fair young damsel.--
Folk songs from various counties, collected and arr. with piano acc. by Cecil Sharp. Worcestershire: Bold Nelson's praise. My boy Willie. Drink old England dry; Warwickshire: Lawyer Lee. The mare and the foal. Poor old horse; Oxfordshire: The little dunce. The drowned sailor; Gloucestershire: My bonny boy; Berkshire: A woman's work is never done; Devonshire: Jack the jolly tar O; Cambridgeshire: False Lamkin.--
Folk songs from Sussex, collected by W. Percy Merrick; with piano acc. by R. Vaughan Williams and Albert Robins: Bold General Wolfe. Low down in the broom. The thresherman and the squire. The pretty ploughboy. O who is that that raps at my window? How cold the wind doth blow (or The unquiet grave). Captain Grant. Farewell, lads. Come, all you worthy Christians. The Turkish lady. The seeds of love. The maid of Islington. Here's adieu to all judges and juries. Lovely Joan. The Isle of France.
|Responsibility:||edited by Cecil J. Sharp.|