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|Genre/Form:||Folk songs, English
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Joan Baez songbook.
N.Y. [i.e. New York] : Ryerson Music Publishers, ©1964
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|Music Type:||Folk music; Popular music|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Joan Baez; Elie Siegmeister
|Notes:||For voice and piano; includes chord symbols and guitar legend for playing along with Joan Baez recordings.
Folk-songs, spirituals, hymns, ballads, laments and lullabies.
Includes biographical information on Joan Baez.
|Description:||1 score (189 pages) : color illustrations ; 31 cm|
|Contents:||Lyrics and laments. Wagoner's lad ; Man of constant sorrow ; Lady Mary ; The water is wide ; Black is the color ; Once I had a sweetheart ; I will never marry ; East Virginia ; I once loved a boy ; Queen of hearts ; Fare thee well ; Come all ye fair and tender maidens --
Child ballads. Geordie ; Henry Martin ; Mary Hamilton ; Silkie ; Barbara Allen ; The unquiet grave ; The cherry tree carol ; Lady Gay ; House carpenter ; Matty Groves --
Broadside ballads. Once I knew a pretty girl ; Silver dagger ; The trees they do grow high ; Jackaroe ; Stewball ; Rake and rambling boy ; Fennario ; John Riley ; Willie Moore ; Railroad boy ; The lily of the west --
American ballads and songs. Banks of the Ohio ; Rambler gambler ; House of the rising sun ; Ranger's command ; Long black veil ; Railroad Bill ; Pretty Boy Floyd ; Copper kettle ; Wildwood flower ; Lonesome road ; Old Blue --
Hymns, spirituals and lullabies. All my trials ; Kumbaya ; Hallowed be thy name ; Twelve gates to the city ; Virgin Mary ; We are crossing Jordan river ; Somebody got lost in a storm ; We shall overcome ; Hush little baby ; Battle hymn of the republic ; Amazing grace --
Modern and composed songs. Portland town ; Danger waters ; Where have all the flowers gone ; The tramp on the street ; Three fishers ; Donna Donna ; What have they done to the rain? ; Annabel Lee ; Babe I'm gonna leave you ; Last night I had the strangest dream ; Plaisir d'amour.
|Other Titles:||Wagoner's lad.
Man of constant sorrow.
Water is wide.
Black is the color.
Once I had a sweetheart.
I will never marry.
I once loved a boy.
Queen of hearts.
Fare thee well.
Come all ye fair and tender maidens.
Cherry tree carol.
Once I knew a pretty girl.
Trees they do grow high.
Rake and rambling boy.
Lily of the west.
Banks of the Ohio.
House of the rising sun.
Long black veil.
Pretty boy Floyd.
All my trials.
Hallowed be thy name.
Twelve gates to the city.
We are crossing Jordan River.
Somebody got lost in a storm.
We shall overcome.
Hush little baby.
Battle hymn of the republic.
Where have all the flowers gone.
Tramp on the street.
What have they done to the rain?
Babe I'm gonna leave you.
Last night I had the strangest dream.
|Responsibility:||arrangements and introduction by Elie Siegmeister ; preface by John M. Conly ; illustrated by Eric von Schmidt ; edited by Maynard Solomon ; music editors, Christa Landon & Jack Lothrop.|