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The great family songbook : a treasury of favourite folk songs, popular tunes, international songs, hymns, holiday jingles for piano and guitar

Author: Dan Fox; Dick Weissman
Publisher: New York : Black Dog & Leventhal ; Poole : Chris Lloyd [distributor], 2007.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dan Fox; Dick Weissman
ISBN: 9781579127589 1579127584 9781579128609 1579128602
OCLC Number: 225403905
Description: pages cm
Contents: Chapter 1. American patriotic songs. Battle hymn of the republic --
The Caisson song (the Caissons go rolling along) --
The star-spangled banner --
Dixie --
America the beautiful --
Yankee Doodle --
When Johnny comes marching home --
Anchors aweigh --
You're a grand old flag --
Over there --
Marines' hymn --
This land is your land --
America (My country 'tis of thee) --
Chapter 2. Western, cowboy, & hoedown songs. Red River Valley --
Buffalo gals --
The farmer is the man --
Git along little dogies --
The old Chisholm trail --
Home on the range --
Oh! Susanna --
Sweet Betsy from Pike --
She'll be comin' round the mountain --
Clementine --
Turkey in the straw --
Jesse James --
Chapter 3. Children's songs. Hush little baby --
Twinkle, twinkle, little star --
The wheels on the bus --
This old man --
Old MacDonald --
Eency weency spider --
B-I-N-G-O --
All the pretty little horses --
If you're happy and you know it --
The noble Duke of York --
Skip to my Lou --
Brahms's lullaby --
Chapter 4. Blues, jazz, & ragtime. Careless love --
Alexander's ragtime band --
House of the rising sun --
Bill Bailey --
Frankie and Johnny --
St. Louis blues --
Pretty baby --
Swanee --
Put your arms around me, honey --
Lonesome road --
Chapter 5. Film & show tunes. Meet me in St. Louis --
Give my regards to Broadway --
The aba daba honeymoon --
Ain't we got fun --
Look for the silver lining --
Alice blue gown --
I'm just wild about Harry --
For me and my gal --
As time goes by --
When Irish eyes are smiling --
You made me love you --
Chapter 6. Barbershop & sing-along songs. After the ball --
A bicycle built for two --
The band played on --
By the light of the silvery moon --
Carry me back to old Virginny --
Paper doll --
Moonlight Bay --
In the good old summertime --
My bonnie lies over the ocean --
Down by the old mill stream --
Sweet Adeline --
When you were sweet sixteen --
Take me out to the ball game --
It ain't gonna rain no mo' --
Chapter 7. Hymns, gospel songs, & spirituals. Jacob's ladder --
Amazing grace --
He's got the whole world in his hands --
Nobody knows the trouble I see --
All my trials --
Simple gifts --
Swing low, sweet chariot --
Shall we gather at the river --
Joshua fit the battle --
This little light of mine --
When the saints go marching in --
Gimme that old time religion --
Rock of ages --
Chapter 8. Christmas & other holiday songs. The first noel --
Adeste fideles --
Silent night --
Deck the halls --
Joy to the world --
We three kings --
Jingle bells --
God rest ye merry, gentlemen --
The twelve days of Christmas --
We gather together --
O little town of Bethlehem --
The dreidel song --
Chapter 9. American folk songs. Aura lea --
Shortnin' bread --
The blue-tail fly --
Shenandoah --
Buttermilk Hill --
I've been working on the railroad --
Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah --
On top of Old Smoky --
Down in the valley --
Poor wayfaring stranger --
Camptown races --
Old folks at home (Way down upon the Swanee River) --
Erie Canal --
Banks of the Ohio --
The yellow rose of Texas --
If I had a hammer (The hammer song) --
Tom Dooley --
Goodnight, Irene --
Oh, them golden slippers! --
The wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald --
Bottle of wine --
Blowin' in the wind --
Chapter 10. International folk songs. Ach! Du lieber Augustin --
Black is the color --
Cockles and mussels (Molly Malone) --
All through the night --
Alouette --
Mary Anne --
Blow the man down --
Auld lang syne --
Greensleeves --
Danny Boy --
La cucharacha --
Hava nagilah --
Loch Lomond --
I know where I'm going --
Drunken sailor --
Scarborough Fair --
The John B. sails --
Those were the days --
Michael, row the boat ashore --
Kum ba ya --
Barbara Allen.
Responsibility: compiled by Dan Fox and Dick Weissman.


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