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Folk songs of Canada II

Author: Edith Fowke; Richard Johnston
Publisher: Waterloo, Ont. : Waterloo Music Co., ©1967.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English : Piano/vocal edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Discographies
Discography
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Edith Fowke; Richard Johnston
OCLC Number: 6267027
Description: 207 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: The other side of the weather (Eskimo chant) --
The wolf song (Iroquois chant) --
Huron dance song (Innoria) --
Tsimshian spirit name song (Temraks Maylih) --
Barb'ry Allen --
The gypsy daisy --
The lady gay --
Geordie --
The broken ring --
Who is at my window weeping? --
William Glen --
Riel's retreat --
Riel's letter --
Riel's farewell --
General Dickson --
The Greenland whale fishery --
The Greenland disaster --
The wreck of the Asia --
The Saladin Mutiny (George Jones) --
The banks of Newfoundland --
In Canso Straight --
The ferryland sealer --
The fisher who died in his bed --
Taking back gear in the night --
The E.C. Roberts (Red iron ore) --
The Chapeau boys --
Building a slide --
Lost Jimmy Whelan --
Jimmy Judge --
How we got up to the woods --
When the shantyboy comes down --
Jerry Ryan --
The roving shantyboy --
The jolly raftsman o --
Jerry, go ile the car --
Drill, ye heroes, drill! --
Drill, ye tarriers, drill! --
V'la l'bon vent --
The Jones boys --
The cattle buyer --
Life in a prairie shack --
The Alberta homestead --
Love is easy --
Zing! Zing! Zing! --
Bright Phoebe --
Young Munro --
Thyme 'tis a pretty flower --
Seventeen come Sunday --
Mon pere n'avait fille que moi = My father had no child but me --
Rattle on the stovepipe --
I went to the market --
The rifle boys --
The maid of Newfoundland --
La Liptitou --
Adieu de la mariee a ses parents = A bride's farewell to her parents --
Do you see that there bird? --
Well sold the cow --
Le petit moine = The little monk --
There is a lady in this town --
H'emmer Jane --
The "Antis" of Plate Cove --
A kangaroo sat on an oak --
I dyed my petticoat red --
The old county fair --
The spree --
Harbour Grace --
Bill Wiseman --
Flunky Jim --
Come to Canada --
Oran do cheap Breatainn = Song of Cape Breton --
The banks of Pembina --
The banks of the Similkameen --
The banks of the Don --
The Soo St. Mary's jail --
Free and easy, jogging along --
The Miramichi fire --
Farewell to Canada (Hey, arise and come along!).
Responsibility: Edith Fulton Fowke, Richard Johnston ; illustrations [by] Elizabeth Wilkes Hoey.

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