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The sea songs of Charles Dibdin

Author: Charles Dibdin
Publisher: London : G. and W.B. Whittaker, 1823.
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Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.
Sea songs of Charles Dibdin.
London : G. and W.B. Whittaker, 1823
(OCoLC)820684268
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Dibdin
OCLC Number: 4294693
Language Note: English words.
Notes: Contains 99 songs with piano accompaniment.
Description: 32, [222], iv pages : music ; 27 cm
Contents: Freedom's contribution --
Duncan and victory --
The shipwreck --
The flowing can --
Nothing like grog --
Jolly young waterman --
Blow high, blow low, let tempests tear --
William and Nancy --
Jack in his element --
Ben Backstay --
Jack at the windlass --
Come bustle, bustle, drink about --
The blind sailor --
Come, come my lads, the war is o'er --
Dearly as the stream --
The veterans --
Do you see as a sailor --
The shipwrecked tar --
Poor Jack --
Ned that died at sea --
Poor Tom --
Death or victory --
Hark, the botswain hoarsely bawling --
Happy Britain, matchless isle --
Tol de rol --
The lucky escape --
Swizzy --
Jack's gratitude --
Nelson and Warren --
The tar for all weathers --
I am a jolly fisherman --
Nautical philospoher --
Happy Jerry --
Poll and partner Joe --
If tars of their money are lavish --
If we must die, why die we must --
Jack's fidelity --
Who cares --
Mooring --
The true English sailor --
Change for a guinea --
Jack Ratlin was the ablest seaman --
The anchor-smiths --
Nature and Nancy --
Yo heave ho! --
The Nancy --
All girls --
Now safe moor'd with bowl before us --
The sailor's maxim Oh think on the time when you came home at night --
Tol de riddle li --
Little Ben --
The sailor's consolation --
The sailor's sheet anchor --
The pride of the ocean --
The Margate Hoy --
Lovely Nan --
Saturday night at sea --
Bill Bobstay --
All's one to Jack --
The invasion --
A drop of the creature --
The botswain calls, the wind is fair --
Constant sailor --
Morality in the foretop --
The signal to engage shall be --
The token --
The Yarmouth Roads are right a-head --
'Tis said we venturous die-hards --
Tom Tackle --
Tom Truelove's knell --
Then farewell, my trim-built wherry --
Greenwich pensioner --
Buxom Nan --
The sailor's journal --
Honesty in tatters --
This life is like a troubled sea --
Every inch a sailor --
Bonny Kate --
The recompense of constancy --
Meg of Wapping --
Jack Junck --
Nancy dear --
Jacks claim to Poll --
When last in the Dreadful your honour set sail --
The watery grave --
What argufies pride and ambition? --
The compact of freedom --
Naval victory --
When last from the straits we had fairly cast anchor --
True courage --
The can of grog --
A salt eel for Mynheer --
Magnanimity --
Ye free-born sons, Britannia's boast --
Nancy --
Jack's alive.
Responsibility: with a memoir of his life and writings by William Kitchiner.

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