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"Sound off!" Soldier songs from Yankee Doodle to Parley voo

Author: Edward Arthur Dolph; Philip Egner
Publisher: New York, Cosmopolitan Book Corp., 1929.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Arthur Dolph; Philip Egner
OCLC Number: 1485873
Description: xv, 621 p. front., ill. 27 cm.
Contents: Songs with hash-stripes : current section. The bugle-calls. Fatigue call ; Mess call ; Reveille ; Sick call ; Stable call ; Taps --
The caisson song --
Captain Jinks --
The cavalry remount --
The cavalry song --
The coast artilleryman --
Drill, ye engineers, drill --
The drinking fusileers --
Fiddlers' green --
For her lover who was far away --
For seven long years --
I don't want no more army --
The infantry song --
In the good old target time --
It's a way we have in the army --
It was not like this in the old armee --
Keep them rolling --
The monkeys have no tails in Zamboanga --
The mountain battery --
Old King Cole --
O'Reilly's gone to hell --
The raw recruit --
The red guidon --
The regular army, oh! --
Rogues' marches --
Stand, army, to the bar --
There is no work in the army --
With the dirt behind their ears --
You're in the army now. Hinky-dinky, parley-voo? : World War section. Army beans --
Après la guerre fini --
The Battle of Bill Run --
The Battle of Paris --
Bill, old dog, we're going to do yah, Bombed --
The brave grenadier --
Bring back my kitchen to me --
The busted king of England --
Carry on --
Coast artillery song --
The corporal gives me hell --
Darling, I am coming back --
The engineer train --
Get out that old broken tibia --
Give me a discharge / [words] by Walter Scott --
Give me some hardtack --
Good morning, Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip --
The guts of the army --
Hail, hail, the gang's all here --
A handsome young airman --
Have you forgot us? / [words] by Walter Scott --
A helluva engineer --
Hinky-dinky, parley-voo? --
Hold your head down, fusileer --
A hot time in Berlin --
I ain't got weary yet / [words] by Howard Johnson and Percy Wenrich --
I'd hate to be a Hun --
If you don't like beans and hardtack --
I'll tell you where they were --
I'm a-rarin' to go --
In the base at Savenay --
It's the syme the whole world over --
I want to go home --
Just behind the battle, Mother --
K-K-K-Katy --
Keep your eye on General Wingate's brigade / [words] by Walter Scott --
Keep your head down, Fritzie boy --
Kelly field air service song --
Kussing the kaiser --
Look at the ears on him --
Mademoiselle soixante-quinze --
Medical officers' training camp song --
The M.P.'s --
Oh, how I hate to go into the mess hall --
Oh, it's a lovely war --
The old gray hearse --
One of the yankee division's marching songs --
Our wild Irish rows --
Over there --
Parodies on The Darktown strutters' ball. Air service version : Kelly field ; Where do you get that stuff? ; Version of battery C, 21st F.A., division ; Version of the twenty-seventh division ; Version of the twenty-eighth division ; Version of unknown origin --
Parodies on K-K-K-Katy. K-K-K-P ; C-C-C-Cootie --
Parodies on Liberty bell. Company A, 121st M.G. Bn. ; Old General Bell --
Parodies on A long, long trail. A Camp Travis parody ; The red leg rookie's lament ; There's a long, long nail a-grinding --
Parodies on Over there. After all ; The 360th infantry parody --
Parodies on The old gray mare. The kaiser ain't what he used to be ; Pay-day song ; Signal corps song ; We're in the Q.M.C. --
Parody on Tramp, tramp, tramp --
Parodies on Where do we go from here? Bon soir, mademoiselle ; Mother, take in your service flag ; Mother, put out your serivce star ; Parody of 310th engineers ; Slip a pill to Kaiser Bill --
The passing pilot --
Post-war stanzas of Hinky-dinky, parley-voo? --
The private's song --
Roarious : coast artillery marching song --
Scratch, scratch, scratch --
Second field volunteers / [words] by Walter Scott --
She is a lulu --
Slum and beans --
Song from the 109th field artillery --
That's the wrong way to tickle Marie --
There are ships --
The twenty-eighth division --
We're all going calling on the kaiser --
We're through --
We saw the damn thing through --
We've got a dinky stove n'everything --
When evening cooties crawl --
When I get to New York / [words] by Walter Scott --
When the guns are rolling yonder --
When we step up old fifth avenue. In the days of the empire : Spanish-American War section. At Naic : no. 1 --
At Naic : no. 2 --
Bacon on the rind --
By old Fort San Felipe --
The carabao --
Down by Old Manila Bay --
A dream --
El Soldado Americano --
The emancipated race --
The Filipino hombre --
The governor general's song --
If a lady's wearin' pantaloons --
In Mindanao --
Little brown brothers --
On Datu Ali's trail --
On the road to Old Luzon --
A rookie --
The soldiers' song --
Transport song. The blue and the gray : Civil War section. Abraham's daughter --
All quiet along the Potomac tonight --
The army bean --
The army bugs --
Army graybacks --
Army grub --
The battle-cry of freedom : battle song --
The battle-cry of freedom : rallying song --
Battle hymn of the republic --
The bonnie blue flag --
The bowld soger boy --
The cavaliers of Dixie --
Co-ca-che-lunk --
Colored soldiers at Honey Hill --
Confederate parody on Just before the battle, Mother --
Corporal Schnaps --
Dixie --
Do they miss me in the trenches? --
Down in Charleston jail --
Eating goober peas --
For bales --
Grafted into the army --
Hard crackers --
Hardtack --
Here's your mule --
I'll be a sergeant --
The infantry --
Joe Bowers --
John Brown's body --
Just before the battle, Mother --
Kingdom coming --
Libby Prison song --
A life in the soldiers' camp --
The life of a soldier --
A life on the Vicksburg bluff --
Lorena --
Marching along --
Marching through Georgia --
Mary had a little lamb --
Maryland, my Maryland --
Not the infantry, but the cavalry --
Oh, I'm a good old rebel --
Since I've been in the army --
Song from 107th colored troops --
Song of the dude --
Stonewall Jackson's way --
Tenting on the old camp-ground --
Touch the elbow --
Tramp, tramp, tramp, the boys are marching --
'T was at the siege of Vicksburg --
Upi dei di --
We are the boys of Potomac's ranks --
We've drunk from the same canteen --
When Johnny comes marching home --
When Sherman marched down to the sea --
When this cruel war is over --
Winning them back --
Would you be a soldier, laddy? On to Mexico : Mexican War section. The battle call --
The bayonet boys --
Buck and gag him --
Buena vista --
Come raise aloft the red, white, and blue --
The death of Crockett --
The fair land of Texas --
Femal volunteer for Mexico --
Fire away --
Join the hickory blues --
The leg I left behind me --
Love and battle --
My daddy to my mammy said --
New York volunteers' camp song --
Point Isabel chant --
Remember the Alamo --
Rio Bravo --
Song of the Memphis volunteers --
The song of Texas --
Strike for your rights, avenge your wrongs --
Taylor, the fine old southern gentleman --
Texan rangers' song --
The Texas war cry --
To arms --
Uncle Sam and Mexico --
Uncle Sam and Texas --
The union call --
'Way down in Mexico --
We are coming home --
We're the boys for Mexico --
Will you come to the bower --
With these we'll bivouac --
Zachary Taylor. From the Wabash to the Everglades : War of 1812 section. The American star --
The Battle of Stonington --
Benjamin Beall --
The boys of Ohio --
Frontier man's call --
The dragoon bold --
Hey Betty Martin --
The hunters of Kentucky --
The Indian yell --
New yankee doodle dandy --
Parliament of England --
Patriotic diggers --
Pauvre Madelon --
The star-spangled banner --
The yankee girls --
The yankee volunteers. In the days of Yankee Doodle : Revolutionary War section. The Battle of the Kegs --
The blue bird --
Brave Paulding and the spy --
The British light infantry --
Chester --
Come out, ye continentalers --
Come swallow your bumpers, ye tories --
Follow Washington --
Free America --
How happy the soldier --
How stands the glass around --
The Irishman's epistle to the troops in Boston --
Mad Anthony Wayne --
Old soldiers of the king --
Parody on The banks of the Dee --
The progress of Sir Jack Bragg --
The Saratoga song --
Sergeant Champe --
The Swamp Fox --
The volunteer boys --
Yankee doodle. Songs from the regiments. Fifty-first coast artillery song --
Fourteenth infantry song --
Garryowen : 7th cavalry --
The girl I left behind me : 7th infantry --
Hiking song of the eighth infantry --
In the second cavalry --
Mexican border medley --
Ninth cavalry anthem : The monkey married the baboon's sister --
Old Arizona again : 4th cavalry --
The old ninth infantry --
Only one more jungle season : 11th engineers --
Seventy-sixth field artillery song / words & music by Edith H. Ward --
Sixth field artillery song --
A son of a muskateer : 7th N.Y. --
Tenth U.S. infantry song --
Third coast artillery march --
To the eighteenth : 18th infantry --
We lead the way : 29th infantry --
We're the boys of the thirsty [i.e. thirty]-first infantry --
The young dragoon : 5th cavalry. West Point songs. Alma mater --
Army, army, you're a wonder --
Army blue --
Army blue of 1859 --
Army, o army --
The army's coming down the river --
Benny Havens, oh! --
Cadets' graduating song for 1848 --
Chevrons --
Dashing white sergeant --
Down in Maryland --
Fight away --
Furlo' moon --
Furlo' song of 1829 --
He done his level best --
Hike song of 1917 --
How well I remember --
Missouri national --
Official West Point march --
Oh, me, oh, my --
Slum and gravy --
The yearling.
Responsibility: [compiled by] Edward Arthur Dolph; music arranged by Philip Egner; illustrated by Lawrence Schick; foreword by Peter B. Kyne.

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