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Songs of the sailor and lumberman.

Author: William Main Doerflinger
Publisher: New York, Macmillan Co. [1972, ©1951]
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Genre/Form: Songs and music
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Shantymen and shantyboys.
Songs of the sailor and lumberman.
New York, Macmillan Co. [1972, ©1951]
(OCoLC)619573130
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: William Main Doerflinger
OCLC Number: 567491
Notes: Unacc.
Description: xxiii, 374 pages illustrations 25 cm
Contents: Haul away Joe --
Boney (Jean Francois) --
John Dameray --
Johnny Boker --
Haul on the Bowline --
Paddy Doyle --
So Handy --
Poor old man --
Whiskey, Johnny --
Blow the man down --
come down, you bunch of roses, come down --
Reuben Ranzo --
Blow, boys, blow --
Tommy's gone to Hilo --
Hanging Johnny --
Hucleberry hunting --
Roll the cotton down --
The Alabama --
A long time ago --
Shallo Brown --
Gimme de banjo --
Hello, somebody --
Rise me up from down below --
The drunken sailor --
We'll roll the golden chariot along --
Highland laddie --Paddy, get back, A-roving --
Can't tehy dance the Polka --
heave away --
Rio Grande --
Sacramento --
South Australia --
Johnny walk along to Hilo --
Jon Brown's Body --
Sally Brown --
Shenandoah --
Santy Anna --
Lowlands --
Stormalong --
Susianna --
The campanero --
Ja, ja, ja! --
Homeward bound --
Time for us to leave her --
The leaving of Liverpool --
Roll, Julia, roll (row, bullies, row) --
Off to sea once more --
The sailor's way --
The big five-gallon jar --
Paddy West --
As I went a --
wlking down Ratcliffe highway --
Mainsail haul --
The banks of Newfoundland --
the dreadnought --
The city of Baltimore(bold Mccarthy) --
The light on cape May --
The stately southerner --
The cumberland's crew the flying cloud --
Bold Manning --
The bold princess royal --
The female warrior --
The Ship Rambolee (The loss of the Ramillies) --
Lady Franklin's lament --
The flying Dutchman --
The first of teh emigrants --
the coast of Peru --
Swansea Town --
Rolling Home --
The sailor's grace --
The sailor's grave --
The ocean Burial --
The sailor boy --
Let go the reef tackle ---
the anchor's away --
They all love Jack --
We'll have another drink before the boat shoves off (The Sailor's Hornpipe) --
When Johnson's Ale was new --
Our Jack's come home today --
The little golden ring --
In measure time we'll row --
Call John the boatman --
Southerly wind --
The spring trip of the schooner ambition --
A trip to the grand banks- the ghostly crew --
Canso Straight --
The gale of August, ' 27 --
The Loss of the Cedar Grove --Corbitt's Barkentine --
The Donzella and the Ceylon --
The loss of the druid --
The schooner Kandahar --
The schooner blizzard --The Ebenezer --
Bound down to Newfoundland --
The Lumberman's alphabet --
the shatyboys' song --
The winter of 73 (McCullam Camp) --
Tomah stream --
Burns's Log Camp --
The boys of the island --
Mckinley Brook --
Harry Dunne --
Young Forbest --
Peter Emberley --
The Scow on Cowden Shore --
The jam on Gerry's rock --
The maids of Simcoe --
Whalen's fate (George Whalen) --
Jack haggerty (The flat river girl) --
The banks of the Gaspereaux --
The plain golden band --
The red light saloon --
Tom Dixon --
The mouth of the Tobique --
The gull decoy ---
the history of Prince Edward Island --
Beware of Larry Gorman --
Young Billy Crane --
Byrontown --
Rufus's Mare --
The messenger song --
Perigoo's Horse --
Duffy's hotel --
I am a wild youn Irish boy --
Come all you bold Canadians --
the dying soldier --
I'm a decent boy from Ireland --
The wife of Kelso --
Mary on the silvery tide --
the old oak tree --
The Millman song --
The jealous lover --
the Wexford girl --
Charles Gustavus Anderson --
Jack Tar --The silk merchant's daughter --
The jolly Young sailor and the beautiful queen --
The dark eyed sailor --
The lady of the laker --
Sally Monroe --
The Nightingale --
The maid I left behind --
Were you ever in Dumbarton? --
The Paisley Officer --
Burns and his highland mary --
Who's that at my bedroom window? --
The banks of the roses --
Two lovers discoursing --
The Irish girl's lament.
Other Titles: Shantymen and shantyboys.
Responsibility: Collected and compiled by William Main Doerflinger. With a foreword by Carl Carmer.

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