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Songs of Britain, a collection of one hundred English, Welsh, Scottish and Irish national songs.

Author: Frank Kidson; Martin Shaw
Publisher: New York, Boosey, 1913.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Kidson, Frank, 1855-1926.
Songs of Britain.
New York, Boosey, 1913
(OCoLC)824689045
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Folk music; Songs
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Kidson; Martin Shaw
OCLC Number: 395047
Description: 200 pages music
Contents: Agincourt song --
Our king went forth to Normandy --
Admiral Benbaw : Oh, we sailed to Virginia --
All in a garden green --
Barbara Allen ; In Scarlet Town, where I was born / Johnson --
The blind harper --
The Bonnie Brier-Bush --
Braes o' Balguhidder --
Broom o' the cowdenknowes --
The Chapter of Kings --
Chirk Castle --
Come o'er the sea --
Come o'er the stream, Charlie --
Dear Harp of Erin --
The dimpled cheek --
Elfin fairies --
The Emigrant --
Ere around the huge oak --
Far far from my country --
Farewell to Glen Shalloch --
Fine old English gentleman --
The flowers of the Heath --
Fortune my foe --
General Monk's March --
Girl I left behind me --
God bless the Prince of Wales --
God save the King --
Gossip Joan --
The great meat pie --
The Green Bushes --
Here's his health in water --
I have house and land in Kent --
I live not where I love --
I'd be a butterfly --
In yon garden fine and gay picking lilies all the day --
The inspired Bard --
It was a'for our --
Jenny Jones --
Jenny's mantle --
The jolly ploughboy --
Jolly waggoner --
Kate, the Primrose Girl --
Kitty of Coleraine --
The legend of Sir Guy of Warwick --
Lewie Gordon --
Logie o'Buchan --
Lord Willoughby --
Loth to depart, love, and heavy at heart, love --
Love me little love me long --
Lovesick frog --
The Maid of Llanwellyn --
Mary Ambree --
Megan's daughter --
Molly, my Dear --
My Bonny Cuckoo, I tell thee true --
My dog and my gun --
My little pretty one --
Nature's holiday.
Responsibility: Selected and edited by Frank Kidson and Martin Shaw; the tunes newly arranged with accompaniments for pianoforte by Martin Shaw.

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