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Lumbering songs from the northern woods

Lumbering songs from the northern woods

Author: Edith Fowke
Publisher: Toronto : NC Press, 1985.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Songs and music
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Edith Fowke
ISBN: 0920053513 9780920053515 0920053807 9780920053805
OCLC Number: 14762155
Notes: Originally published: Austin: Published for the American Folklore Society by the University of Texas Press, ©1970.
Unacc. melodies.
Description: xxiii, 232 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: The shantyboys at work. The shantyboy's alphabet ; Michigan-I-O ; The falling of the pine ; A-lumbering we go ; The lumbercamp song ; Hogan's Lake ; Hurry up, Harry ; Trimble's crew ; Poupore's shanty crew ; Turner's camp ; The Rock Island Line ; The New Limit Line ; Anstruther Camp ; The Chapeau boys ; All over the ridges ; The Baskatong ; MacDonald's camp ; Building a slide ; The camp at Hoover Lake ; Hauling logs on the Maniwaki ; The teams at Wanapitei ; The Squire boys ; Fine times in Camp Number Three ; The lake of he Caogama ; Old Holly, Crab, and I ; We work for Hay and Company --
Death in the woods. The jam on Gerry's rocks ; Johnny Murphy ; Jimmy Judge ; Johnny Stiles ; Jimmy Whelan ; Lost Jimmy Whelan ; Harry Bale ; Harry Dunn ; Whitney's camp ; Peter Emery ; The river through the pine ; The Grand River ; The Haggertys and Young Mulvanny ; Bill Dunbar ; The cold Black River stream ; Young Conway ; Vince Leahy --
The lighter side. When the shantyboy comes down ; How we got up to the words last year ; Conroy's camp ; The little brown bulls ; Holmes camp ; The backwoodsman ; Shannelly's mill ; I went to the woods --
The shantyboy and his girl. The farmer's son and the shantyboy ; Jack Haggerty ; The Gatineau girls ; My jolly shantyboy ; No, my boy, not I ; The roving shantyboy ; The jolly raftsman O --
L'envoi. I am a river driver ; Driving saw-logs on the Plover ; Save your money while you're young ; You can't keep a shantyboy down ; The Kipawa stream ; The raftsmen's song ; The Opeongo Line.
Responsibility: Edith Fowke. Tunes transcribed by Norman Cazden.


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