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A song catcher in southern mountains; American folk songs of British ancestry,

Author: Dorothy Scarborough; John H H Lyon; Vernon Loggins
Publisher: New York, Columbia University Press, 1937.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy Scarborough; John H H Lyon; Vernon Loggins
OCLC Number: 1333752
Notes: Preface signed: John H.H. Lyon, Vernon Loggins.
Description: xvi, 476 p. incl. front., illus. 24 cm.
Contents: Tom Redman --
The jay bird --
Go away sister Nancy --
Barbara Allen --
The brown girl --
Lord Lovell --
Fair Margaret and sweet William --
Lord Thomas and fair Annet --
Lady Alice --
The cruel ship's carpenter --
Young hunting --
Awake! Awake! --
Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard --
James Harris (The daemon lover) --
The Wexford girl --
The wife of Usher's well --
The cruel mother --
Sir Hugh, or, The Jew's daughter --
A lady's daughter of Paris --
Edward --
The sweet trinity --
Sir Lionel --
The maid freed from the gallows --
The lady and the dragoon --
The silk merchant's daughter --
Young Beichan --
Geordie --
The gypsy laddie --
John of Hazel Green --
The golden glove --
Our goodman --
Will the weaver --
The miller's advice to his three sons --
The frog he went a-courting --
Johnny Doyle --
Tam lane --
Queen Jane --
The true sweetheart --
William Hall --
The banks of Claudy --
Fair Phoebe and her dark-eyed sailor --
The false young man --
The waggoner's lad --
The butcher boy --
The Boston burglar --
Billy boy --
A paper of pins --
Kind sir --
Common Bill --
One morning in May --
The lover's lament --
Come all you fair and tender ladies --
The time has come my dearest dear --
William and Nancy --
Oh! Captain, captain, tell me true --
The single girl --
Come all you fair and handsome girls --
Pretty Saro --
Early in the spring --
The orange and the blue --
Lovely Polly --
Pat Molloy --
The wind that blew o'er the wild moor --
The Indian lass --
New jail --
The poacher's fate --
The dying cowboy --
Give me three grains of corn, mother --
The little orphan girl --
The drunkard's dream --
Lovely Nancy --
Grandmother's old armchair --
Die an old maid.
Responsibility: by Dorothy Scarborough.

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