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The Resource American ballads and folk songs, [compiled by] John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax ; with a foreword by George Lyman Kittredge

American ballads and folk songs, [compiled by] John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax ; with a foreword by George Lyman Kittredge

Label
American ballads and folk songs
Title
American ballads and folk songs
Statement of responsibility
[compiled by] John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax ; with a foreword by George Lyman Kittredge
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Accompanying matter
bibliography
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
784.497
Form of composition
folk music
Format of music
other
LC call number
M1629
LC item number
.A477 1994
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1867-1948
  • 1915-2002
  • 1860-1941
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Lomax, John A.
  • Lomax, Alan
  • Kittredge, George Lyman
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  • Ballads, English
  • Folk songs, English
  • African Americans
  • Folk music
Label
American ballads and folk songs, [compiled by] John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax ; with a foreword by George Lyman Kittredge
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Unacc
  • Originally published: New York : Macmillan, 1934
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 613-621) and index
Contents
  • Adieu to Bon Country ; Ain' no mo' cane on de Brazis ; Alabama-bound ; All the pretty little horses ; Allá en el rancho grande ; Amazing grace ; Arizona ; The Arkansas traveler ; Aurore Pradère ; Bad man ballad ; The ballad of Davy Crockett ; Ballad of the Erie Canal ; Ye ballade of Ivan Petrofsky Skevar ; De ballit of de boll weevil ; The banks of the Pamanaw ; The bear in the hill ; Bear the news, Mary ; Beautiful ; Benny Havens, Oh ; Big Jim ; Bill Martin and Ella Speed ; Billy Boy ; Billy the Kid ; The black ball line ; Black Betty ; Black-eyed Susie ; De black gal ; Blin' man stood on de way an' cried ; Blow the man down ; The Boston come-all-ye ; Braddock's defeat ; Brigham Young ; The buccaneers ; Bucking bronco ; The buffalo skinners ; The bull-whacker ; Bung yer eye ; Burges ; Captain Robert Kidd ; Casey Jones ; Charley Snyder ; The cholly blues ; Coming around the Horn ; The company cook ; The Connecticut peddler ; Constitution and Guerrière
  • Cornfield holler ; Cotton field song ; Cotton-eyed Joe ; Cowboy boasting chants ; Cowboy to pitching bronco ; The cowboy's dream ; Cowboys' getting'-up holler ; Criole Candjo ; Crossing the plains ; Crows in the garden ; The Cryderville Jail ; Cuatro palomitas blancas ; Cumberland Gap ; Damn the Filipinos ; Darky Sunday school ; Darlin' ; Dat's all right, Baby ; Dat lonesome stream ; The dead man's chest ; The death of Jack Hinton ; Deep river ; Dese bones gwine to rise again ; Destroyer life ; Dink's blues ; Dink's song ; Dirty mistreatin' women ; Dives and Laz'us ; Dixie ; Down in the valley ; The dreary Black Hills ; Drink that rot gut ; The drunkard's doom ; Al abandonado ; El amor due te tenía ; The E-r-i-e ; The Erie Canal ; The Erie Canal ballad ; Every night when the sun goes in ; The factory girl ; Fare thee well, Babe ; Few days ; Fifteen years on the Erie Canal ; The fishes ; The flying cloud ; Foller de drinkin' gou'd ; Frankie and Albert ; Frog went a-courtin' ; From the chuck wagon ; The gal I left behind me ; Gerry's rocks ; Get up, Jack! John, sit down ; The gilla monster ; Git along, little dogies ; Go way f'om mah window ; Goin' home ; Going to Boston ; Good ol' mountain dew ; Good old rebel ; Good-by, Mother ; Good-by, old paint ; Good-by, pretty mama ; Great God-a'mighty ; Greer County ; De grey goose ; Groun' hog ; Gwineter harness in de mornin' soon ; Hallelujah, bum again ; The hammer song ; Hard times ; Hard to be a nigger ; Hard trials ; The hard-working miner ; Hardly think I will ; Healin' waters ; Hell and Heaven ; Hell in Texas ; The hearse song ; Heave away ; The heavy-hipted woman ; The highly educated man ; Hinky dinky, parley-voo ; Hold on, Abraham ; Honey, take a whiff on me ; I love little Willie ; I wish I was a mole in the ground ; Ida Red ; An Idaho cowboy dance ; If you want to know where the privates are ; In town ; Jack Wrack ; Jesse James ; Jim Haggerty's story ; Joe Bowers ; John Brown's body ; John Harty ; John Henry ; Johnny come down to Hilo ; Julie Ann Johnson ; Jumpin' Judy ; Just from Dawson ; The killer ; Lay dis body down ; Levee camp holler ; 'Ligion so sweet ; Little brown jug ; Little gal at our house ; The little Mohee ; Liza Jane ; Long gone ; Long time ago ; The Lost Jimmie Whalen ; Louisiana girls ; Low bridge, everybody down ; Lulu ; Man goin' round ; The man on the flying trapeze ; Many t'ousand go ; Michié Préval ; De midnight special ; Mike ; Moanin' ; Mone, member, mone ; Mustang gray ; My li'l John Henry ; My yallow gal ; Nachul-born Easman ; Never said a mumbalin' word ; Now our meeting's over ; Oh, Lawd, how long ; The old bachelor ; Old Bill ; The old Chizzum Trail ; Old Dan Tucker ; The old gray goose ; Old Joe Clark ; Ol' John Brown ; Ol' Mother Hare ; Ol' rattler ; On Meesh-e-gan ; The other shore ; Ou Som Sourucou ; Paddy works on the Erie ; Paper of pins ; Parting friends ; Pattin' ; Pick a bale o' cotton ; Po' boy ; Po' Laz'us ; Polly Williams ; Poor lonesome cowboy ; Quantrell ; Rabbit hash ; The raging can-all ; Railroad Bill ; Raise a ruckus tonight ; Rattle snake ; Red River shore ; Reason I stay on job so long ; Red iron ore ; Rémon ; The Rio Grande ; A rookie's lament ; Rosie ; The roving gambler ; Roy Bean ; Run, nigger, run ; Rye whiskey ; Salangadou ; Sam Bass ; Sam Hall ; Sandy lan' ; Set down, servant ; Shack bully holler ; The shanty-boy and the farmer's son ; Shenandoah ; Shoo, shoo, shoo-lye ; Shoot the buffalo ; Shortenin' bread ; Shorty George ; Shot my pistol in the heart of town ; Siege of Plattsburg ; Skip to my Lou ; Snagtooth Sal ; Sourwood Mountain ; Spanish Johnny ; Stagolee ; The stampede ; Steel laying holler ; Stewball ; Sugar babe ; Susan Van Dusan ; Sweet Betsey from Pike ; Swing low, sweet chariot ; Tale of a little pig ; Tearin' out-a wilderness ; Ten thousand miles from home ; That pretty little gal ; This train ; Three pigs ; Tie-shuffling chant ; Tie-tamping chant
  • Tone de bell easy ; Tragedia de Heraclio Beraal ; A trip on the Erie ; Tying a knot in the devil's tail ; Un, deux, trios ; War song ; Way over in the blooming garden ; We've done our hitch in Hell ; Wedlock ; Weevily wheat ; What folks are made of ; When de good Lord sets you free ; When I was a cowboy ; When I was single ; When my blood runs chilly and col' ; Whisky Johnny ; Wicked Polly ; The wild Miz-zou-rye ; Willie the weeper ; Woe be unto you ; Woman blue ; The wonderful crocodile ; The wreck of the six-wheel driver ; The wreck on the C & O ; Yankee Doodle
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xxxix p., 625 p. of music
Isbn
9780486282763
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
94017510
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm30518254
  • (OCoLC)30518254
  • 11366
Label
American ballads and folk songs, [compiled by] John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax ; with a foreword by George Lyman Kittredge
Publication
Note
  • Unacc
  • Originally published: New York : Macmillan, 1934
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 613-621) and index
Contents
  • Adieu to Bon Country ; Ain' no mo' cane on de Brazis ; Alabama-bound ; All the pretty little horses ; Allá en el rancho grande ; Amazing grace ; Arizona ; The Arkansas traveler ; Aurore Pradère ; Bad man ballad ; The ballad of Davy Crockett ; Ballad of the Erie Canal ; Ye ballade of Ivan Petrofsky Skevar ; De ballit of de boll weevil ; The banks of the Pamanaw ; The bear in the hill ; Bear the news, Mary ; Beautiful ; Benny Havens, Oh ; Big Jim ; Bill Martin and Ella Speed ; Billy Boy ; Billy the Kid ; The black ball line ; Black Betty ; Black-eyed Susie ; De black gal ; Blin' man stood on de way an' cried ; Blow the man down ; The Boston come-all-ye ; Braddock's defeat ; Brigham Young ; The buccaneers ; Bucking bronco ; The buffalo skinners ; The bull-whacker ; Bung yer eye ; Burges ; Captain Robert Kidd ; Casey Jones ; Charley Snyder ; The cholly blues ; Coming around the Horn ; The company cook ; The Connecticut peddler ; Constitution and Guerrière
  • Cornfield holler ; Cotton field song ; Cotton-eyed Joe ; Cowboy boasting chants ; Cowboy to pitching bronco ; The cowboy's dream ; Cowboys' getting'-up holler ; Criole Candjo ; Crossing the plains ; Crows in the garden ; The Cryderville Jail ; Cuatro palomitas blancas ; Cumberland Gap ; Damn the Filipinos ; Darky Sunday school ; Darlin' ; Dat's all right, Baby ; Dat lonesome stream ; The dead man's chest ; The death of Jack Hinton ; Deep river ; Dese bones gwine to rise again ; Destroyer life ; Dink's blues ; Dink's song ; Dirty mistreatin' women ; Dives and Laz'us ; Dixie ; Down in the valley ; The dreary Black Hills ; Drink that rot gut ; The drunkard's doom ; Al abandonado ; El amor due te tenía ; The E-r-i-e ; The Erie Canal ; The Erie Canal ballad ; Every night when the sun goes in ; The factory girl ; Fare thee well, Babe ; Few days ; Fifteen years on the Erie Canal ; The fishes ; The flying cloud ; Foller de drinkin' gou'd ; Frankie and Albert ; Frog went a-courtin' ; From the chuck wagon ; The gal I left behind me ; Gerry's rocks ; Get up, Jack! John, sit down ; The gilla monster ; Git along, little dogies ; Go way f'om mah window ; Goin' home ; Going to Boston ; Good ol' mountain dew ; Good old rebel ; Good-by, Mother ; Good-by, old paint ; Good-by, pretty mama ; Great God-a'mighty ; Greer County ; De grey goose ; Groun' hog ; Gwineter harness in de mornin' soon ; Hallelujah, bum again ; The hammer song ; Hard times ; Hard to be a nigger ; Hard trials ; The hard-working miner ; Hardly think I will ; Healin' waters ; Hell and Heaven ; Hell in Texas ; The hearse song ; Heave away ; The heavy-hipted woman ; The highly educated man ; Hinky dinky, parley-voo ; Hold on, Abraham ; Honey, take a whiff on me ; I love little Willie ; I wish I was a mole in the ground ; Ida Red ; An Idaho cowboy dance ; If you want to know where the privates are ; In town ; Jack Wrack ; Jesse James ; Jim Haggerty's story ; Joe Bowers ; John Brown's body ; John Harty ; John Henry ; Johnny come down to Hilo ; Julie Ann Johnson ; Jumpin' Judy ; Just from Dawson ; The killer ; Lay dis body down ; Levee camp holler ; 'Ligion so sweet ; Little brown jug ; Little gal at our house ; The little Mohee ; Liza Jane ; Long gone ; Long time ago ; The Lost Jimmie Whalen ; Louisiana girls ; Low bridge, everybody down ; Lulu ; Man goin' round ; The man on the flying trapeze ; Many t'ousand go ; Michié Préval ; De midnight special ; Mike ; Moanin' ; Mone, member, mone ; Mustang gray ; My li'l John Henry ; My yallow gal ; Nachul-born Easman ; Never said a mumbalin' word ; Now our meeting's over ; Oh, Lawd, how long ; The old bachelor ; Old Bill ; The old Chizzum Trail ; Old Dan Tucker ; The old gray goose ; Old Joe Clark ; Ol' John Brown ; Ol' Mother Hare ; Ol' rattler ; On Meesh-e-gan ; The other shore ; Ou Som Sourucou ; Paddy works on the Erie ; Paper of pins ; Parting friends ; Pattin' ; Pick a bale o' cotton ; Po' boy ; Po' Laz'us ; Polly Williams ; Poor lonesome cowboy ; Quantrell ; Rabbit hash ; The raging can-all ; Railroad Bill ; Raise a ruckus tonight ; Rattle snake ; Red River shore ; Reason I stay on job so long ; Red iron ore ; Rémon ; The Rio Grande ; A rookie's lament ; Rosie ; The roving gambler ; Roy Bean ; Run, nigger, run ; Rye whiskey ; Salangadou ; Sam Bass ; Sam Hall ; Sandy lan' ; Set down, servant ; Shack bully holler ; The shanty-boy and the farmer's son ; Shenandoah ; Shoo, shoo, shoo-lye ; Shoot the buffalo ; Shortenin' bread ; Shorty George ; Shot my pistol in the heart of town ; Siege of Plattsburg ; Skip to my Lou ; Snagtooth Sal ; Sourwood Mountain ; Spanish Johnny ; Stagolee ; The stampede ; Steel laying holler ; Stewball ; Sugar babe ; Susan Van Dusan ; Sweet Betsey from Pike ; Swing low, sweet chariot ; Tale of a little pig ; Tearin' out-a wilderness ; Ten thousand miles from home ; That pretty little gal ; This train ; Three pigs ; Tie-shuffling chant ; Tie-tamping chant
  • Tone de bell easy ; Tragedia de Heraclio Beraal ; A trip on the Erie ; Tying a knot in the devil's tail ; Un, deux, trios ; War song ; Way over in the blooming garden ; We've done our hitch in Hell ; Wedlock ; Weevily wheat ; What folks are made of ; When de good Lord sets you free ; When I was a cowboy ; When I was single ; When my blood runs chilly and col' ; Whisky Johnny ; Wicked Polly ; The wild Miz-zou-rye ; Willie the weeper ; Woe be unto you ; Woman blue ; The wonderful crocodile ; The wreck of the six-wheel driver ; The wreck on the C & O ; Yankee Doodle
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xxxix p., 625 p. of music
Isbn
9780486282763
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
94017510
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm30518254
  • (OCoLC)30518254
  • 11366

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