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Songs of man : the international book of folk songs

Author: Norman Luboff; Paul Freeman; Win Stracke
Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice, [1965]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Preschool : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Principally U.S. and British. Words in English and the original language.
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Material Type: Preschool
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Norman Luboff; Paul Freeman; Win Stracke
OCLC Number: 62986789
Notes: For voice and piano, with chord symbols.
Notes on the guitar and chord chart: p. [355]-[367].
Description: 368 pages : color illustrations, plates ; 29 cm
Contents: The Lover's Cuckoo --
Lydia Pinkham --
Marianni --
Mary Ann --
Meadowland --
Meadows green --
Merry Golden Tree --
Metamorphosis --
Mi Caballo Blanco --
Milking Croon I --
Miller's Mill --
Mister Rabbit --
Molly Brannigan --
Murdered brother --
My Boy Willie --
My dame hath a lame tame crane --
My Lagan love --
My little Mohee --
My Pigeon House --
New Oysters --
Nick Nack Paddy Whack --
Nine hundred miles --
No more auction block for me --
No more be Coy, give loose to joy --
Oh Dear mama, I'm feeling so badly --
O, dear me, the mill's ga in fast --
O Sally my dear. The four Marys --
The fox --
A frog went a courtin --
Gaudeamus Igitur --
Geordie --
The Gipsum Davy --
Go to sleep --
Goober peas --
The Great Silkie --
Green grow the rushes, Oh --
Greenland whale fishery --
Gypsy lover --
Hal Far Biss --
Hallelujah --
Hangman --
He's gone away --
Hop up, jump up --
The housewife's lament --
I know my love --
I know where I'm going --
I love my Rooster --
I never will marry --
If you want to write to me --
Ilkley Moor Baht Hat --
I'm a stranger here --
I've got no use for the women --
John Henry --
Johnny I hardly knew ye --
The Keeper would a hunting go --
Kemo kimo --
Kumbaya --
Kum Bacher Atzel --
The leprechaun --
Lift a glass --
Lincolnshire poacher --
Little Billee --
Little bird at my window --
Little Moses --
Little Wee Groodin Doo --
Looby Loo --
Look Mister Cuckoo --
Lord Randall --
Lord's my shepherd, I'll not want --
Lovely Moon. Carmen, Carmela --
Chairs to mend / William Hayes --
Clear the track --
Click go the shears --
The Collier Laddie --
The Colorado Trail --
Come, all ye fair and tender laddies --
A cowboy's prayer --
Crawdad song --
The cruise of the bigaler --
The Cuckoo --
The Cuckoo is a pretty bird --
The cuckoo's advice --
The Cuckoo's spring song --
The Cuckoo;s welcome --
Dance to your daddy --
Dashing away with the smoothing Iran --
Delia's gone --
The devil and the farmer's wife --
Dona nobis pacem --
Down by the Embarras --
down by the Salley Gardens --
Down in a coal mine --
Edward --
Everybody loves Saturday night --
Fairy's love song --
Farewell to Liverpool / Shanty --
The farmer is the man --
La Tirolera. All my trials: If religion was a thing that money could buy --
Amen : Mary had a baby --
As I me walked --
The Bailiff's daughter of Islington : There was a youth and a well-beloved youth --
The ballad of the Boll Weevil : The boll weevil is a little black bug --
Barb'ra Allen : In Scarlet Town where I was born --
Christ child's lullaby --
Beyond the mountains --
Billy McGee McGaw --
The Blaydon races --
Blow away the morning dew --
The Bonny Earl of Murray --
The boston come-all-ye --
Buffalo Skinners --
Bury me beneath the willow --
Caller Herrin / Nathaniel Gow --
CAn ye sew cushions --
A capital ship --
Captain Jinks.
Responsibility: songs [by] Norman Luboff [and] Win Stracke ; Illus. by Paul Freeman.

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