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Sing along with Harry Wilson : a collection of world famous songs for home, school, community and group singing

Author: Harry Robert Wilson; Hugo Frey
Publisher: New York : J.J. Robbins & Sons, 1948.
Series: J.J. Robbins suggests.
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Harry Robert Wilson; Hugo Frey
OCLC Number: 3557920
Description: 1 close score (approximately 150 pages) ; 23 cm.
Contents: Songs of yesterday (Aloha Oe ; The band played on ; Cindy, my darlin' ; Come back to Sorrento ; Come on, let's sing ; Daisy Bell ; Estrellita ; Little Annie Rooney ; The man on the flying trapeze ; My Creole Sue ; Oh, promise me! ; One, two, three, four ; Ramblin' along ; Shortnin' bread ; Ta-ra-ra boom-de-ay ; Tell me why ; That's where my money goes). Songs of our homeland (The big corral ; Blow the man down ; Carry me back to old Virginny ; The Erie Canal ; Home on the range ; The land I love ; Li'l Liza Jane ; The lone prairie ; Lonesome road ; Lonesome valley ; Lucy Long ; Nelly Bly ; Oh! Susanna ; Old folks at home ; Red River valley ; Shenandoah). Songs of our neighbors (Alouette ; By the clear running fountain ; Chiapanecas ; Cielito Lindo ; I like them all ; La Cucaracha ; River, river). Songs from other lands (All through the night ; Annie Laurie ; Believe me, if all those endearing young charms ; Charlie is my darlin' ; Dark eyes ; Drink to me only with thine eyes ; Good night ; Holla-le holla-lo! ; In stilly night ; Londonderry air ; The low-back'd car ; A merry life ; Morning comes stealing ; My homeland (Finlandia) ; Oh, dear! What can the matter be? ; Oh, Marie ; The pedlar ; Stamp and dance ; Stodola Pumpa ; Thou art my joy ; Waters ripple and flow ; When love is kind). Songs of the church (Abide with me ; Christ, the lord, is risen today ; Come, ye thankful people ; Dear lord and father of mankind ; Dona Nobis Pacem (Grant us peace) ; Dresden amen ; Fairest lord Jesus ; Holy, holy, holy ; Now thank we all our God ; Now the day is over ; O come, o come, Emmanuel ; O God, our help in ages past ; O sacred head now wounded ; On the first Thanksgiving Day ; Praise God, from whom all blessings flow ; Sevenfold amen (Stainer's amen) ; Spirit of God, descend upon my heart ; When morning gilds the skies). Songs of the southland (A-rockin' all night ; Cotton needs pickin' ; Down in the valley ; Git on board ; Go down, Moses ; Go tell it on the mountain ; Good news, the chariot's comin' ; Heav'n, heav'n ; Jacob's ladder ; Joshua fit de battle of Jericho ; Scandalize my name ; Swing low, sweet chariot ; Were you there?). Songs of the masters (Awake! ; Break forth, o beauteous, heavenly light ; Evening prayer ; Gloria Patri ; Glory now to thee be given ; Hail, poetry! ; Haste thee, nymph ; The linden tree ; Lift thine eyes ; The little sandman ; Love song ; Ode to joy ; Song of life ; A song of praise ; Vale of Tuoni). Songs of Christmas time (Angels we have heard on high ; Bring a torch, Jeannette, Isabella ; Christmas bells ; Christmas is coming ; Deck the halls ; The first nowell ; The friendly beasts ; Fum, fum, fum ; Good King Wenceslas ; Jingle bells ; Lo, how a rose ; O holy night (Cantique de Noel) ; O little town of Bethlehem ; Silent night ; Slumber song of the infant Jesus ; Up on the house-top ; We three kings of Orient are ; We wish you a merry Christmas). Rounds and humorous songs (The blue tail fly ; The calliope ; Clementine ; The commuters' song ; The deaf woman's courtship ; Good night to you all ; I've been workin' on the railroad ; Little Tom Tinker ; Lou'siana gals (Buffalo gals) ; Lovely evening ; Over the river and through the woods ; Patsy Orey-ay ; Row, row, row your boat ; She'll be comin' 'round the mountain ; Sing together ; Sweetly sings the donkey ; While strolling thru the park one day). Our national songs (America ; America, the beautiful ; Dixie ; I sing to thee, America ; The star-spangled banner ; Taps).
Series Title: J.J. Robbins suggests.
Responsibility: arranged by Harry Robert Wilson in collaboration with Hugo Frey.

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