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English folk songs from the southern Appalachians,

Author: Cecil James Sharp; Olive D Campbell; Maud Karpeles
Publisher: London, Oxford Univ. Press, H. Milford, 1973.
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Cecil James Sharp; Olive D Campbell; Maud Karpeles
OCLC Number: 1664467
Description: 2 volumes in 1 folded frontispiece (map)
Contents: V. 1. The elfin knight --
The false knight upon the road --
Lady Isabel and the elf knight --
Earl Brand --
The two sisters --
The cruel brother --
Lord Randal --
Edward --
Sir Lionel --
The cruel mother --
The three ravens --
The two brothers --
Young Beichan --
Lizzie Wan --
The cherry-tree carol --
Fair Annie --
Lady Maisry --
Young hunting --
Lord Thomas and fair Ellinor --
Fair Margaret and sweet William --
Lord Lovel --
The wife of Usher's well --
Little musgrave and lady Barnard --
Barbara Allen --
Giles Collins --
The lowlands of Holland --
Lamkin --
The maid freed from the gallows --
Johnie Scot --
The bailiff's daughter of Islington --
Sir Hugh --
The death of Queen Jane --
The gypsy laddie --
Geordie --
The daemon lover --
The grey cock --
The Suffolk miracle --
Our goodman --
The wife wrapt in wether's skin --
The farmer's curst wife --
The golden vanity --
The mermaid --
John of Hazelgreen --
The brown girl --
The trooper and the maid --
The blind beggar's daughter --
The babes in the wood --
In seaport town --
The cruel ship's carpenter --
Shooting of his dear --
The lady and the dragoon --
The boatsman and the chest --
The holly twig --
Polly Oliver --
The rich old lady --
Edwin in the lowlands low --
Awake! Awake! --
The green bed --
The simple ploughboy --
The three butchers --
William Taylor --
The golden glove --
Pretty Nancy of Yarmouth --
The silk merchant's daughter --
Jack went a-sailing --
The bold lieutenant --
The banks of sweet dundee --
The councillor's daughter --
Caroline of Edinboro' Town --
The clothier --
The miller's apprentice or The Oxford tragedy --
Still growing. V. 2. Married and single life --
Betsy --
If you want to go a-courting --
Pretty Saro --
My dearest dear --
I'm going to Georgia --
Macafee's confession or Harry Grey --
Locks and bolts --
William and Nancy --
George Reilly --
Johnny Doyle --
Lazarus --
Black is the colour --
The single girl --
John Hardy --
Betty Anne --
My boy Billy --
Soldier, won't you marry me? --
Swannanoa Town --
The keys of heaven --
Putman's hill --
The false young man --
Pretty Peggy O --
My parents treated me tenderly --
The Sheffield apprentice --
The broken token --
Wild Bill Jones --
The shoemaker --
The brisk young lover --
Seven long years --
Come all you young and handsome girls --
Loving Reilly --
The awful wedding --
Sweet William --
Good morning, my pretty little miss --
My mother bid me --
The rejected lvoer --
The lover's lament --
The dear companion --
The Rocky Mountain top --
The warfare is raging --
The true lover's farewell --
Katie Morey --
Rain and snow --
The wagoner's lad --
come all you fair and tender ladies --
Ibby Damsel --
Handsome Sally --
William and Polly --
Hick's farewell --
Poor Omie --
The Virginian lover --
Early, early in the spring --
Green bushes --
I'm Seventeen come Sunday --
I must and I will get married --
The lost babe --
The noble man.
Responsibility: collected by Cecil J. Sharp; comprising two hundred and seventy-four songs and ballads with nine hundred and sixty-eight tunes, including thirty-nine tunes contributed by Olive Dame Campbell. Ed. by Maud Karpeles.

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