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Folk song: U.S.A. : the 111 best American ballads

Author: John A Lomax; Alan Lomax; Charles Seeger; Ruth Crawford Seeger
Publisher: New York : Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1947.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Folk music : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Lomax, John Avery, 1867-1948.
Folk song: U.S.A.
New York : Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1947
(OCoLC)619315036
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: John A Lomax; Alan Lomax; Charles Seeger; Ruth Crawford Seeger
OCLC Number: 594697
Notes: Melodies arr. by John and Alan Lomax, piano acc. arr. by Charles and Ruth Seeger.
Appendices (p. 379-401): 1. Sources and references. -- 2. Selected list of books. -- 3. Selected list of records.
Includes index.
Description: xvi, 407 pages ; 28 cm
Contents: Critters and chillun'. Buckeye Jim ; All the pretty little horses ; Go tell Aunt Nancy ; Leatherwing bat ; Grey goose ; Mister Rabbit ; Old blue ; Ground hog ; Springfield Mountain ; I was born about ten thousand years ago --
When you go a-courtin'. When you go a-courtin' : The Texian boys, II ; Lolly-too-dum ; When I was single : I and II ; The sporting bachelors ; Jennie Jenkins ; Black, black ; Come all you fair and tender ladies ; Old smoky ; Down in the valley ; Careless love ; Dink's song ; Easy rider : See, see, rider ; Shorty George --
Swing your partner. Sourwood Mountain ; Old Joe Clark : Round and round Hitler's grave ; Raise a rukus ; Old Dan Tucker ; Cindy ; Black-eyed Susie ; Skip to my Lou ; Coffee grows on white oak trees / words and melody collected by B.A. Botkin ; Shoot the buffalo ; Buffalo gals ; Sweet thing --
Johnny has gone for a soldier. Johnny has gone for a soldier ; Brave Wolfe ; John Brown's body ; Mademoiselle from Armentières ; Gee, but I want to go home --
Blow, boys, blow. Santy Anno ; Shenandoah ; Sacramento / words and melody adapted and arranged by Joanna Colcord ; Lowlands / words and melody adapted and arranged by Joanna Colcord ; Blow, ye winds in the morning / words and melody adapted and arranged by Joanna Colcord ; The E-ri-e ; The bigler ; Rock about my Saro Jane. Come all ye bold fellers. Once more a-lumb'ring go / words and melody adapted and arranged by E.C. Beck ; Blue Mountain Lake / words and melody adapted and arranged by Frank Warner ; The jam on Gerry's rocks ; A lumberman in town / words and melody adapted and arranged by Philips Barry ; The buffalo skinners ; Sweet Betsy from Pike ; The days of '49 / words and melody adapted and arranged by the Lomaxes and Frank Warner ; The old settler's song ; Down, down, down / words and melody by William Keating --
Git along, little dogies. The old Chisholm Trail : I and II ; Git along, little dogies ; The streets of Laredo ; Bury me not on the lone prairie ; The cowboy's dream ; Home on the range ; Old paint : I and II ; Rye whiskey ; Red River Valley --
The farmer is the man. The young man who wouldn't hoe corn ; Whoa, buck! ; Pick a bale of cotton ; The boll weevil ; Starving to death on a govenment claim ; The state of Arkansas ; Goin' down the road feelin' bad. Lonesome whistles. Nine hundred miles / words and melody adapted and arranged by the Lomaxes and Woody Guthrie ; John Henry : I and II ; Casey Jones : I and II / words and music by Newton and Siebert ; Paddy works on the Erie ; O, Lula! / words and melody adapted and arranged by Zora Neale Huston and the Lomaxes ; Can'cha line 'em ; The Big Rock Candy Mountains --
Heroes and hard cases. Jesse James ; Sam Bass ; Tom Dooley / words and melody adapted and arranged by Frank Warner ; Down in the willow garden ; Pretty Polly ; John Hardy ; Po' Laz'us ; Darlin' Corey ; Frankie and Albert ; Take a whiff on me ; The Durant jail : Hard times, poor boy ; De midnight special ; Ain' no mo' cane on dis brazis ; Take this hammer ; Almost done ; Another man done gone --
Deep River. Amazing grace / melody transcribed by George Pullen Jackson ; Poor wayfaring stranger ; Wondrous love ; Bound for the Promised Land / melody transcribed by George Pullen Jackson ; Lonesome Valley ; Po' li'l' Jesus ; Never said a mumbalin' word ; Soon one mornin' ; When my blood runs chilly and col' ; Set down, servant ; Gret gittin' up mornin' ; Sometimes I feel like a motherless child ; Freedom ; Go down, Moses ; Joshua fit the Battle of Jericho ; Keep your hand on the plow.
Other Titles: 111 best American ballads
Responsibility: collected, adapted and arranged by John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax. Alan Lomax, editor, Charles Seeger and Ruth Crawford Seeger, music editors.

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