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The Resource Folk songs of old New England, collected and edited by Eloise Hubbard Linscott ; with an introduction by James M. Carpenter

Folk songs of old New England, collected and edited by Eloise Hubbard Linscott ; with an introduction by James M. Carpenter

Label
Folk songs of old New England
Title
Folk songs of old New England
Statement of responsibility
collected and edited by Eloise Hubbard Linscott ; with an introduction by James M. Carpenter
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
784.4974
Form of composition
songs
Format of music
close score
LC call number
M1629.L64
LC item number
F7
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
Label
Folk songs of old New England, collected and edited by Eloise Hubbard Linscott ; with an introduction by James M. Carpenter
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "First printing."
  • "Includes not only ballads and songs, but a valuable group of children's singing games ... [and a] number of old country dances."--Introd
Bibliography note
"References": p. 319-337
Contents
  • Here stands an old maid forsaken.
  • Devil and the Farmer's wife.
  • Dirante, my song or Lord Randall.
  • Fair Rosamond, or Rosamond's downfall.
  • Farmington Canal song.
  • Fiddle dee dee.
  • First families of Fall River.
  • Frog he would a-wooing go
  • Here we go gathering nuts in May.
  • How many miles to London town?
  • I am a rich widow.
  • I'll give to you a paper of pins.
  • I put my little hand in.
  • Jennia Jones.
  • King's land.
  • Lazy Mary.
  • London Bridge.
  • Singing games.
  • Lucy Locket.
  • Mulb'ry bush.
  • My fairey and my forey.
  • The needle's eye.
  • Old woman all skin and bone.
  • On the green carpet.
  • Poor Mary sits a-weeping.
  • Ring around o' Rosies.
  • Shall I show you how the farmer?
  • Twelve days of Christmas
  • Counting out.
  • Country dance.
  • Bonaparte crossing the Rhine (March).
  • Boston fancy, or Lady Walpole's reel.
  • Chorus Jig.
  • Devil's dream.
  • The Duchess.
  • Fishers' hornpipe.
  • French four.
  • Girl I left behind me.
  • Grand March, followed by Sicilian Circle.
  • Did you ever see a Lassie?
  • Green Mountain volunteers.
  • Hay makers' jig.
  • High, Betty Martin.
  • Hull's victory.
  • Lady of the lake.
  • London Lanciers.
  • Maid in the pump room.
  • Merry dance.
  • Miss Brown's reel.
  • Money musk.
  • Farmer in the Dell.
  • Morning star.
  • Ninepin quadrille, or the cheat.
  • Old zip coon.
  • Petronella.
  • Plain quadrille.
  • Pop! Goes the weasel.
  • Portland fancy.
  • Soldier's joy.
  • Speed the plough.
  • Steamboat quickstep.
  • Go in and out the windows.
  • The tempest.
  • Twin sisters.
  • Virginia reel.
  • The waltz.
  • The white cockade
  • Sea chanteys and fo'castle songs.
  • Amsterdam.
  • Blow, boys, blow!
  • Blow the man down.
  • Captain Kidd.
  • Green gravel.
  • Dead horse.
  • Gallant victory, or Lowlands low.
  • Haul away, Joe!
  • Haul the bowline.
  • Homeward bound.
  • Johnny Boker.
  • Lone time ago.
  • Old horse.
  • Reuben Renzo.
  • Rio Grande.
  • Green grows the rushes, Oh!
  • Shenandoah, or the wide Missouri.
  • Tommy's gone to Hilo.
  • Whisky Johnnie
  • Ballads, folk songs, and ditties.
  • All bound 'round with a woolen string.
  • Away down East.
  • Bailiff's daughter of Islington.
  • Barb'ry Ellen or Barbara Allen.
  • Bear went over the mountain.
  • Billy boy.
  • Here come three Dukes a-riding.
  • Bingo.
  • Blow, ye winds, blow, or the Elfin knight.
  • Bold Dickie.
  • Brookfield murder.
  • Bunnit of straw.
  • Butcher boy.
  • Canaday-I-O.
  • Caroline of Edinboro Town.
  • Carrion crow.
  • Common Bill.
  • In good old colony times.
  • Jack Haggerty, or the Flat River girl.
  • Jam on Gerry's rocks.
  • Jolly Miller.
  • Jolly old Roger.
  • Julia Grover.
  • Kay Cruel.
  • Ladle song.
  • Lavender's blue.
  • Let's go to the woods, or the Hunting of the Wren.
  • Ballads, folk song - continued.
  • Lord Lovell.
  • Lumberman's alphabet.
  • Maple sweet.
  • The Mill.
  • Monkey's wedding.
  • My grandmother lived on yonder little green.
  • Ocean burial.
  • Old man who lived in the wood.
  • Old pod-auger times.
  • Old sow song.
  • Fox went out on a starry night.
  • Old woman in Dover.
  • Old woman who went to the market.
  • Our goodman.
  • Over the water to Charlie.
  • Oxen song.
  • Perrie, merrie, dixi, domini.
  • Peter Emily.
  • Polly Oliver.
  • Polly Van.
  • Quaker's Wooing.
  • Frog in the well.
  • Rolling of the stones, or the TWA brothers.
  • Sawmill song.
  • Scotland's burning, and Three blind mice.
  • Ship a-sailing.
  • Springfield mountain, or the Black sarpent.
  • Sweet Kitty clover.
  • Three children sliding on the ice.
  • Three crows.
  • Three jovial huntsmen.
  • Tittery nan.
  • Go tell Aunt Rhody.
  • Too-ril-te-too.
  • Tyburn Hill.
  • Washing day.
  • Will you wear the red?, or Jennie Jenkins.
  • Willikins and his Dinah.
  • Young Alanthia.
  • Young Charlotte
  • Gypsy Daisy.
  • Here we go up.
  • I had a little nut tree.
  • I'll not marry at all.
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
1 close score (xxi, 337 p.)
Lccn
40027042
Note
  • Spec. Coll. Montagu copy is part of a collection (Collection 1593). To page this item, use the collection record; to find the collection record, search the title: Library of Ashley Montagu. Item is in box 73.
  • Spec. Coll. Montagu copy: Illustrated dust jacket. Blue cloth over boards, stamped in gilt.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm00935928
  • (OCoLC)00935928
  • ucoclc935928
  • (OCoLC)935928
Label
Folk songs of old New England, collected and edited by Eloise Hubbard Linscott ; with an introduction by James M. Carpenter
Publication
Note
  • "First printing."
  • "Includes not only ballads and songs, but a valuable group of children's singing games ... [and a] number of old country dances."--Introd
Bibliography note
"References": p. 319-337
Contents
  • Here stands an old maid forsaken.
  • Devil and the Farmer's wife.
  • Dirante, my song or Lord Randall.
  • Fair Rosamond, or Rosamond's downfall.
  • Farmington Canal song.
  • Fiddle dee dee.
  • First families of Fall River.
  • Frog he would a-wooing go
  • Here we go gathering nuts in May.
  • How many miles to London town?
  • I am a rich widow.
  • I'll give to you a paper of pins.
  • I put my little hand in.
  • Jennia Jones.
  • King's land.
  • Lazy Mary.
  • London Bridge.
  • Singing games.
  • Lucy Locket.
  • Mulb'ry bush.
  • My fairey and my forey.
  • The needle's eye.
  • Old woman all skin and bone.
  • On the green carpet.
  • Poor Mary sits a-weeping.
  • Ring around o' Rosies.
  • Shall I show you how the farmer?
  • Twelve days of Christmas
  • Counting out.
  • Country dance.
  • Bonaparte crossing the Rhine (March).
  • Boston fancy, or Lady Walpole's reel.
  • Chorus Jig.
  • Devil's dream.
  • The Duchess.
  • Fishers' hornpipe.
  • French four.
  • Girl I left behind me.
  • Grand March, followed by Sicilian Circle.
  • Did you ever see a Lassie?
  • Green Mountain volunteers.
  • Hay makers' jig.
  • High, Betty Martin.
  • Hull's victory.
  • Lady of the lake.
  • London Lanciers.
  • Maid in the pump room.
  • Merry dance.
  • Miss Brown's reel.
  • Money musk.
  • Farmer in the Dell.
  • Morning star.
  • Ninepin quadrille, or the cheat.
  • Old zip coon.
  • Petronella.
  • Plain quadrille.
  • Pop! Goes the weasel.
  • Portland fancy.
  • Soldier's joy.
  • Speed the plough.
  • Steamboat quickstep.
  • Go in and out the windows.
  • The tempest.
  • Twin sisters.
  • Virginia reel.
  • The waltz.
  • The white cockade
  • Sea chanteys and fo'castle songs.
  • Amsterdam.
  • Blow, boys, blow!
  • Blow the man down.
  • Captain Kidd.
  • Green gravel.
  • Dead horse.
  • Gallant victory, or Lowlands low.
  • Haul away, Joe!
  • Haul the bowline.
  • Homeward bound.
  • Johnny Boker.
  • Lone time ago.
  • Old horse.
  • Reuben Renzo.
  • Rio Grande.
  • Green grows the rushes, Oh!
  • Shenandoah, or the wide Missouri.
  • Tommy's gone to Hilo.
  • Whisky Johnnie
  • Ballads, folk songs, and ditties.
  • All bound 'round with a woolen string.
  • Away down East.
  • Bailiff's daughter of Islington.
  • Barb'ry Ellen or Barbara Allen.
  • Bear went over the mountain.
  • Billy boy.
  • Here come three Dukes a-riding.
  • Bingo.
  • Blow, ye winds, blow, or the Elfin knight.
  • Bold Dickie.
  • Brookfield murder.
  • Bunnit of straw.
  • Butcher boy.
  • Canaday-I-O.
  • Caroline of Edinboro Town.
  • Carrion crow.
  • Common Bill.
  • In good old colony times.
  • Jack Haggerty, or the Flat River girl.
  • Jam on Gerry's rocks.
  • Jolly Miller.
  • Jolly old Roger.
  • Julia Grover.
  • Kay Cruel.
  • Ladle song.
  • Lavender's blue.
  • Let's go to the woods, or the Hunting of the Wren.
  • Ballads, folk song - continued.
  • Lord Lovell.
  • Lumberman's alphabet.
  • Maple sweet.
  • The Mill.
  • Monkey's wedding.
  • My grandmother lived on yonder little green.
  • Ocean burial.
  • Old man who lived in the wood.
  • Old pod-auger times.
  • Old sow song.
  • Fox went out on a starry night.
  • Old woman in Dover.
  • Old woman who went to the market.
  • Our goodman.
  • Over the water to Charlie.
  • Oxen song.
  • Perrie, merrie, dixi, domini.
  • Peter Emily.
  • Polly Oliver.
  • Polly Van.
  • Quaker's Wooing.
  • Frog in the well.
  • Rolling of the stones, or the TWA brothers.
  • Sawmill song.
  • Scotland's burning, and Three blind mice.
  • Ship a-sailing.
  • Springfield mountain, or the Black sarpent.
  • Sweet Kitty clover.
  • Three children sliding on the ice.
  • Three crows.
  • Three jovial huntsmen.
  • Tittery nan.
  • Go tell Aunt Rhody.
  • Too-ril-te-too.
  • Tyburn Hill.
  • Washing day.
  • Will you wear the red?, or Jennie Jenkins.
  • Willikins and his Dinah.
  • Young Alanthia.
  • Young Charlotte
  • Gypsy Daisy.
  • Here we go up.
  • I had a little nut tree.
  • I'll not marry at all.
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
1 close score (xxi, 337 p.)
Lccn
40027042
Note
  • Spec. Coll. Montagu copy is part of a collection (Collection 1593). To page this item, use the collection record; to find the collection record, search the title: Library of Ashley Montagu. Item is in box 73.
  • Spec. Coll. Montagu copy: Illustrated dust jacket. Blue cloth over boards, stamped in gilt.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm00935928
  • (OCoLC)00935928
  • ucoclc935928
  • (OCoLC)935928

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