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The James Joyce songbook

Author: Ruth Bauerle
Publisher: New York : Garland, 1982.
Series: Garland reference library of the humanities, v. 316.
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Genre/Form: Facsimiles
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
James Joyce songbook.
New York : Garland, 1982
(OCoLC)671559917
Named Person: James Joyce; James Joyce
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Songs; Popular music; Operas
All Authors / Contributors: Ruth Bauerle
ISBN: 0824093453 9780824093457
OCLC Number: 8995560
Notes: Songs (secular, sacred, popular), opera excerpts, etc., alluded to in the writings of James Joyce in photoreproductions from editions of his time.
Includes indexes.
Description: 1 score (xxii, 711 pages) ; 29 cm.
Contents: Music Joyce sang: Take a pair of sparkling eyes / Gilbert and Sullivan --
The man that broke the bank at Monte Carlo ; At Trinity Church I met my doom / written and composed by Fred Gilbert --
The quilt : oh, Molly, I can't say you're honest / words by S. Grawfir ; music by J.M. Crofts --
Enniscorthy / written and composed by Robert Martin ; arr. by Percy Springer --
Pastime with good company ; Ah, the signs that come from the heart / Henry VIII --
Weep, you no more, sad fountains / John Dowland --
Dollie, Dollie, ah! : Dolia ; Spanish ladies ; The leather bottèl / trad. --
Since first I saw your face / Thomas Ford --
Sally in our alley / Henry Carey --
I arise from dreams of thee / Charles Salaman --
The prodigal son. No chastening ; Come, ye children / Sir A.S. Sullivan --
A long farewell I send to thee : farewell to the maig --
My love she was born in the north countrie : The north country lass --
Down by the Sally gardens / words by W.B. Yeats --
Mignon. In her simplicity / Ambroise Thomas --
Mister Dooley / words by Wm. Jerome ; music by Jean Schwartz --
La traviata. Di provenza il mar ; Di pi`u non lacerarmi : Germont's recitative / Verdi --
Madam Butterfly. Un bel di --
The yellow ale --
La traviata. Addio del passato / Verdi --
Scots, wha hae wi' Wallace bled / words by Robert Burns --
Bis dat qui cito dat --
Pretty Molly Brannigan --
A Ballynure ballad --
I1 Trovatore. Ai nostri monti / Verdi --
Ye banks and braes of bonnie Doon / the words by Burns --
L'orfeo. Tu se'morta / Monteverdi --
Joyce's settings: Bid adieu / words and air by James Joyce --
Who goes with Fergus? / W.B. Yeats --
Music alluded to in Joyce's poems: La sonnambula. Tutto `e sciolto / Vincenzo Bellini --
La fanciulla del west = The girl of the golden west. Ch'ella mi creda libero e lontano = Let her believe / G. Puccini --
Music in Stephen Hero: Turpin hero --
I know my love --
The holy city / [words by] F.E. Weatherly ; [music by] Stephen Adams --
Music in Dubliners: Father O'Flynn / words by A.P. Graves ; the music arr. by C. Villiers Stanford --
I'll sing thee songs of Araby / written by W.G. Wills ; composed by Frederic Clay --
The lass that loves a sailor / Dibdin --
Silent, o Moyle! be the roar of thy water : the song of Fionnuala --
I dreamt that I dwelt in marble halls / words by Alfred Bunn ; music by M.W. Balfe --
Killarney / M.W. Balfe --
Oh, ye dead! --
Maritana. Yes! let me like a soldier fall / W. Wallace --
Lord Gregory --
Music in Giacomo Joyce: John Gilpin / W. Cowper --
Music in A portrait of the artist as a young man: Lily Dale / H.S. Thompson --
Kafoozalem / S. Oxon --
Oft in the stilly night / words by Thomas Moore --
Recessional / words by Rudyard Kipling ; music by Reginald de Koven --
Music in Exiles: The rowan tree / words by Baroness Nairne --
Music in Ulysses: On coronation day --
The Shan Van Vocht --
love's young dream : oh! the days are gone, when beauty bright --
The ballad of joking Jesus --
Lilliburlero --
The rocky road to Dublin --
The village lay smiling before me : the song of O'Ruark, prince of Breffni --
The wearing of the green --
The rising of the moon --
Let Erin remember the days of old --
Hamlet. How should I your true love know? --
My grief on the sea / Charles Willeby --
Seaside girls/ words and music by Harry B. Norris --
Love's old sweet song / words by G. Clifton Bingham ; music by J.L. Molloy --
Don giovanni. L`a ci darem la mano / Mozart --
Maritana. There is a flower that bloometh / composed by W.V. Wallace --
Johnny, I hardly knew ye! --
When Johnny comes marching home / words and music by Louis Lambert ; arr. by George Rosey --
A little bit off the top --
Harvey Duff --
Maritana. In happy moments day by day / composed by W.V. Wallace --
The croppy boy --
The jewel of Asia / written by Harry Greenbank ; composed by James Philp --
Has anybody here seen Kelly? : Kelly from the Isle of Man / written and composed by C.W. Murphy and Will Letters --
Oh! Oh! Antonio! / written and composed by C.W. Murphy and Dan Lipton --
The roast beef of old England / Richard Leveridge --
The rose of Castille. 'Twas rank and fame that tempted thee / Balfe --
The boys of Wexford / R.D. Joyce --
Washed in the blood of the Lamb / Rev. K.A. Hoffman ; T.C. O'Kane --
Comin' thro' the rye --
The meeting of the waters --
Tramp tramp tramp! : the prisoner's hope / words and music by Geo. F. Root --
God save Ireland! / T.D. Sullivan --
The young May moon --
The harp that once through Tara's halls --
The absent-minded beggar / words by Rudyard Kipling ; music by Arthur Sullivan --
July the first in Oldbridge town : the battle of the Boyne --
The girl I left behind me / tune and music trad. --
As slow our ship her foamy track / Thomas Moore --
Light o' love / Leonard Gybson --
Hamlet. Tomorrow is St. Valentine's day --
Twelfth night. O mistress mine / T. Morley --
As you like it. It was a lover and his lass / words by Shakespeare ; [music by] Thomas Morley --
Oh! where's the slave / Thomas Moore --
John Anderson my jo / words by Robert Burns --
The geisha. Chin chin Chinaman / Jones and Greenbank --
The death of Nelson / words by S.J. Arnold ; [music by] Braham --
My girl's a Yorkshire girl : eh! by gum, she's a champion! / written and composed by C.W. Murphy and Dan Lipton ; arr. by Dudley E. Bayford --
The bloom is on the Rye : my pretty Jane / words by Edward Fitzball ; music by Sir H.R. Bishop --
The shade of the palm / music by Leslie Stuart --
Good bye sweetheart good bye / John L. Hatton --
Love and war / T. Cooke --
`Eamonn an chnuic : Edmund of the hill --
The groves of Blarney / [words by] Richard Alfred Millikin --
The bells of Shandon / Francis Sylvester Mahony --
As a beam o'er the face of the waters ; The last rose of summer / Thomas Moore --
The memory of the dead / John Kells Ingram --
The minstrel boy --
Judas Maccabaeus. See, the conqu'ring hero comes / Handel --
Flotows Martha. M'appari tutt' amor = Martha, o return love! / music arr. by Chas. W. Glover --
The heart bowed down / words by Alfred Bunn ; music by M.W. Balfe --
In old Madrid / words by Clifton Bingham ; [music by] H. Trot`ere --
John Peel / words by John W. Graves --
Garryowen --
We may roam through this world --
The cruiskeen lawn --
Erin, the tear and the smile in thine eyes --
Eileen aroon / Gerald Griffin --
Soggarth aroon / John Banim --
Savourneen deelish / George Colman the younger --
The exile of Erin / Thomas Campbell --
I saw from the beach --
The bowld sojer boy / S. Lover --
Lily of Killarney. The Colleen Bawn / Jules Benedict --
O'Donnell aboo! / M.J. McCann --
Sinn fein / Rev. John Sheridan --
Sinn fein amain / Brian O'Higgins --
The night before Larry was stretched --
The low back'd car / Samuel Lover --
A nation once again / Thomas Davis --
Ballyhooley / words and music by Robert Martin --
Phil the fluter's ball / written and composed by Percy French --
The holly and the ivy / collected and arr. by Cecil J. Sharp --
Come back to Erin / words and music by Claribel --
The moon has rais'd her lamp above / Jules Benedict --
Though the last glimpse of Erin --
The vicar of Bray --
The Irish emigrant / [words by] Lady Dufferin ; air by G. Barker --
Slattery's mounted fut / words and music by Percy French --
O, Willie, brew'd a peck o' maut --
On the road to Mandalay / Rudyard Kipling --
The rakes of Mallow --
Follow me up to Carlow --
The wren, the wren : the wren-boys song --
the keel row --
Maid of Athens / Lord Byron ; John Barnett --
Good-bye Dolly Gray / words by Will D. Cobb ; music by Paul Barnes --
Hatikvoh = The hope / Henry A. Russotto --
Shule agra / anon. --
Good-bye! / words by G.J. Whyte-Melville ; [music by] F. Paolo Tosti --
Lead, kindly light / Dykes ; Newman --
Shall I wear a white rose? / words by H.S. Clarke ; music by E.B. Farmer --
Music in Finnegan's wake: Finnegan's wake / arr. by C. Glover --
The Irish wake / Charles Dibdin --
Mush, mush --
A ballad of Master McGrath --
The peeler and the goat / Jeremiah O'Ryan --
My Celia! smiling gladness : little Celia Connellan --
Brian O Linn --
Little Annie Rooney / written and composed by Michael Nolan --
It's a long, long way to Tipperary / written and composed by Jack Judge and Harry Williams --
Seán ó Duír a' Ghleanna = John O'Dwyer of the glen --
The three-coloured ribbon / Peader Kearney --
O dear! What can the matter be? --
Dublin bay / by George Barker --
Oh! Bay of Dublin / words and music by Lady Dufferin --
Little brown jug / written by Joseph E. Winner --
Druimfhionn donn dílis = Drimin dhown deelish --
Abdul Abulbul Amir --
Polly-wolly-doodle --
Pastheen fionn / Sir Samuel Ferguson --
The west's asleep / Thomas Davis --
While history's muse / Thomas Moore --
Tea for two / words by Irving Caesar ; music by Vincent Youmans --
At the mid hour of night / Thomas Moore --
Off to Philadelphia / adapted by Battison Haynes --
Auld lang syne / words by Robert Burns --
When other lips / words by Alfred Bunn ; music by M.W. Balfe --
Mother Machree / lyric by Rida Johnson Young ; music by Chauncey Olcott and Ernest R. Ball --
There is a tavern in the town --
The time I've lost in wooing / Thomas Moore --
A soldier's song / words by Peadar Kearney ; music by Paddy Heaney --
Come lasses and lads --
In the gloaming / words by Meta Orred ; music by Annie Fortescue Harrison --
Come into the garden, Maud / words by Tennyson ; music by M.W. Balfe --
Morir! si pura e bella --
Herring the king : of all the fish that roam the sea --
John Brown's body / music by W. Steffe --
Old folks at home / melody by S.C. Foster --
Water parted from the sea / T.A. Arne --
Woods so wild / William Byrd.
Series Title: Garland reference library of the humanities, v. 316.
Responsibility: edited and with commentary by Ruth Bauerle.

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