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Best loved songs of the American people

Author: Denes Agay; Reisie Lonette
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1975.
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Genre/Form: Songbooks
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Agay, Denes.
Best loved songs of the American people.
Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1975
(OCoLC)639776967
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Denes Agay; Reisie Lonette
ISBN: 0385000049 9780385000048 0385140061 9780385140065
OCLC Number: 1296340
Notes: "Notes on the Songs": p. 382.
Includes indexes.
Description: xi, 403 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: I. Old Colony Times And The New Nation. Old hundredth --
Greensleeves --
Froggie went a-courtin' --
Over the hills and far away --
Sally in our alley --
Barb'ra Allen --
Sweet is the budding Spring of love --
The Liberty song --
Yankee Doodle --
Bunker Hill (The American hero) --
Chester --
Enraptured I gaze --
The Women all tell me --
Drink to me only with thine eyes --
The Girl I left behind --
Hail, Columbia (The President's march) --
The lass of Richmond Hill --
Coronation (All hail the power of Jesus' name) --
Auld lang syne --
The Star Spangled Banner --
Old Colony Times --
America (My country 'tis of thee) --
The Hunters of Kentucky --
Last week I took a wife (cobbler's song from "The Forty Thieves"). II. Pioneers --
Minstrels --
Parlor Pianists. Home, sweet home --
Woodman, spare that tree --
Springfield Mountain (The pesky sarpent) --
Poor wayfaring stranger --
Amazing grace --
Wondrous love --
Blow the man down --
Shenandoah --
Jump Jim Crow --
Long tail blue --
Turkey in the straw (Old zip coon) --
Old Dan Tucker --
The blue tail fly --
For he's a jolly good fellow (We won't go home until morning) (The bear went over the mountain) --
My faith looks up to thee --
Rock of ages --
Old rosin the beau (Acres of clams) --
Cape Ann (from the repertory of The Hutchinson Family) --
Long, long ago --
Peter Gray --
Buffalo gals --
Gaily the troubadour --
Ho! Westward Ho! --
The old oaken bucket --
Sweet Betsy from Pike --
Hush little baby --
Cindy --
Wait for the wagon --
There's music in the air --
Little brown jug --
Pop! Goes the weasel --
Lilly Dale --
Kiss me quick and go --
Jingle bells --
Rosalie, the prairie flower --
Listen to the mocking bird --
The Erie Canal --
Darling Nelly Gray --
Oh! Susanna --
Old folks at home --
My old Kentucky home --
Jeanie with the light brown hair --
Beautiful dreamer. III. Battle Cries, Heart-Throbs and High-Jinks, Vaudeville Tunes, Spirituals, Rags. Dixie --
The battle hymn of the Republic/John Brown's body --
The bonnie blue flag --
Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! --
Tenting tonight (Tenting on the old camp ground) --
When Johnny comes marching home --
Aura Lee --
When you and I were young, Maggie --
The big sunflower --
Sweet Genevieve --
You naughty, naughty men (from "The Black Crook") --
Grandfather's clock --
Kingdom coming (Year of Jubilo) --
Champagne Charlie --
Silver threads among the gold --
In the gloaming --
Captain jinks --
The Mulligan guard --
Carry me back to old Virginny --
The man on the flying trapeze --
Walking for that cake --
Baby mine --
Nobody knows the trouble I've seen --
Swing low sweet chariot --
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child --
The gospel train (Get on board, little children) --
Look down that lonesome road --
While strolling through the park --
Love's old sweet song --
There is a tavern in the town --
Red River Valley --
The Cowboy's lament (The streets of Laredo) --
Home on the range --
The yellow rose of Texas --
Li'l Liza Jane --
Frankie and Johnny --
Ta-ra-ra Boom-der-e --
The flowers that bloom in the Spring (from "The Mikado") --
Prayer of Thanksgiving --
After the ball --
The bully song --
Clementine --
Daisy Bell (A bicycle built for two) --
The sidewalks of New York --
The bank played on --
There'll be a hot time --
The sweetest story ever told --
At a Georgia camp meeting --
Maple leaf rag (song version). IV. From Tin Pan Alley To Main Street, "Even Pop Can Play the Pianola". A bird in a gilded cage --
On the banks of the Wabash, far away --
The rosary --
I love you truly --
My wild Irish rose --
Mighty Lak' a rose --
My gal Sal --
Under the bamboo tree --
Bill Bailey, won't you please come home --
Hello, ma baby --
In the good old Summertime --
Oh promise me --
Because --
Wait till the sun shines, Nellie --
Ida, sweet as apple cider --
Kiss me again (from "Mlle. Modiste") --
Toyland (from "Babes in Toyland") --
Because you're you (from "The Red Mill") --
Glow worm --
The Yankee Doodle boy (from "Little Johnny Jones") --
Mary's a grand old name (from "Forty-five Minutes from Broadway") --
At dawning --
Give my regards to Broadway (from "Little Johnny Jones") --
A perfect day --
By the waters of Minnetonka --
For me and my gal --
Saint Louis blues --
Short'nin' bread --
The boll weevil song --
You're in the army now --
Mademoiselle from Armentieres (Hinky dinky, parlay-voo) --
I've been working on the railroad --
She'll be comin' round the mountain. V. The Heyday of American Melody, The Great White Way, The Airwaves, Folkways. Tea for two (from "No No Nanette") --
Ol' man river (from "Show Boat") --
I love life --
I can't give you anything but love --
My heart stood still (from "A Connecticut Yankee") --
Embraceable you (from "Girl Crazy") --
Star dust --
I've got the world on a string --
Night and day (from "Gay Divorcee") --
All the things you are (from "Very Warm for May") --
God Bless America --
The Marines' Hymn --
The Caissons go rolling along --
June is bustin' out all over (from "Carousel") --
Once in love with Amy (from "Where's Charley?") --
So in Love (from "Kiss Me, Kate") --
Careless love --
When the saints come marching in --
On top of old Smoky --
Down in the valley --
Paper of pins --
Tom Dooley --
Seventy six trombones (from "The Music Man") --
He's got the whole world in his hands --
Michael, row the boat ashore --
The riddle song (I gave my love a cherry) --
Wabash cannonball --
We shall overcome --
Wildwood flower --
Scarborough fair --
The impossible dream (from "Man of La Mancha") --
Notes on the songs --
Index of titles --
Index of first lines.
Medium of Performance: singer
piano
Responsibility: [edited by] Denes Agay ; ill. by Reisie Lonette.

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