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The Resource The fireside book of favorite American songs, selected and edited by Margaret Bradford Boni ; arranged for the piano by Norman Lloyd ; illustrated by Aurelius Battaglia ; introductions by Anne Brooks ; with a foreword by the late Carl Van Doren

The fireside book of favorite American songs, selected and edited by Margaret Bradford Boni ; arranged for the piano by Norman Lloyd ; illustrated by Aurelius Battaglia ; introductions by Anne Brooks ; with a foreword by the late Carl Van Doren

Label
The fireside book of favorite American songs
Title
The fireside book of favorite American songs
Statement of responsibility
selected and edited by Margaret Bradford Boni ; arranged for the piano by Norman Lloyd ; illustrated by Aurelius Battaglia ; introductions by Anne Brooks ; with a foreword by the late Carl Van Doren
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Accompanying matter
historical information
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
784
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
full score
Language note
Sung in English
LC call number
  • M1629.B715
  • Q782.42 F
LC item number
F5
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1893-1974
  • 1909-1980
  • 1910-1984
  • 1885-1950
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Boni, Margaret Bradford
  • Lloyd, Norman
  • Battaglia, Aurelius
  • Brooks, Anne
  • Van Doren, Carl
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Folk songs, English
  • Songs, English
  • Folk music
  • Chansons folkloriques américaines
  • Chansons anglaises
Label
The fireside book of favorite American songs, selected and edited by Margaret Bradford Boni ; arranged for the piano by Norman Lloyd ; illustrated by Aurelius Battaglia ; introductions by Anne Brooks ; with a foreword by the late Carl Van Doren
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • For voice and piano
  • Foreword, chapter introductions, and notes preceding each song in English
Contents
  • There'll be a hot time
  • Little brown jug
  • Joseph E. Winner.
  • Tiritomba
  • English translation by Maria X. Hayes.
  • The big sunflower
  • as sung by Billy Emerson.
  • Oh, dem golden slippers!
  • words and music by James A. Bland.
  • The Wabash cannon ball
  • words and music by Roger Truhart.
  • music by Theo. A. Metz ; words by Joe Hayden.
  • Take this hammer
  • The streets of Laredo
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by John A. and Alan Lomax.
  • Eight hours
  • music by Jesse H. Jones ; words by I.G. Blanchard.
  • The old Chisholm trail
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by John A. and Alan Lomax.
  • The jam on Gerry's rocks.
  • Jesse James.
  • White wings
  • After the ball
  • words and music by Banks Winter.
  • Silver threads among the gold
  • music by H.P. Danks ; words by Eben E. Rexford
  • Independence : on to the west : from 1776.
  • The liberty song
  • tune by William Boyce ; words by John Dickinson .
  • Yankee doodle.
  • Chester
  • words and music by William Billings.
  • Enraptured I gaze
  • Break the news to Mother
  • words and music by Francis Hopkinson.
  • Whisky Johnnie.
  • Botany Bay.
  • The oxen song.
  • Mister banjo =
  • Monsieur bainjo
  • English lyric by Joy Scott.
  • Old colony times.
  • The pesky sarpent.
  • Bound for the Promised Land
  • words and music by Charles K. Harris.
  • melody transcribed by George Pullen Jackson.
  • Juanita
  • English words by Mrs. J.G. Norton.
  • Roll, Jordan, roll.
  • Old ship of Zion
  • melody transcribed by George Pullen Jackson.
  • Were you there?.
  • Hail, Columbia
  • music by Philip Phile ; words by Joseph Hopkinson.
  • Ye parliament of England
  • At a Georgia camp meeting
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by Joanna Colcord.
  • The star spangled banner
  • words by Francis Scott Key.
  • Darlin' Corey
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by John A. and Alan Lomax.
  • Buckeye Jim
  • transcribed by Fletcher Collins.
  • Pretty Saro.
  • Believe me, if all those endearing young charms.
  • The E-ri-e
  • words and music by Kerry Mills.
  • words and melody adapted by John A. and Alan Lomax.
  • Ye banks and braes
  • words by Robert Burns.
  • Wearin' of the green.
  • Santy Anna
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by Joanna Colcord.
  • Jump Jim Crow.
  • Over there.
  • The ole grey goose.
  • Shuckin' of the corn.
  • The little lost child
  • El-a-noy.
  • Come, come, ye saints
  • words and music by William Clayton.
  • Pop! goes the weasel.
  • Old Dan Tucker
  • words and music by Daniel Decatur Emmett.
  • Sacramento
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by Joanna Colcord.
  • What was your name in the states?
  • The Promised Land : before 1776.
  • music by Joseph W. Stern ; words by Edward B. Marks.
  • Old hundredth
  • music by Louis Bourgeois, words of 2nd stanza by Thomas Ken.
  • Pilgrims' melody.
  • York
  • Windsor
  • melody arranged by T. Ravenscroft.
  • Barb'ry Ellen.
  • Go from my window.
  • See my wagon, it's full-laden =
  • 'K Heb mijn wagen volgeladen
  • She was bred in old Kentucky
  • translation by Freda Morrill Abrams.
  • Little hypocrite =
  • Het kwezelken
  • English version by Freda Morrill Abrams.
  • The evening bells =
  • Die Abendglocke.
  • A mighty fortress is our God =
  • Ein' feste Burg
  • music by Martin Luther, translation by F.H. Hedge.
  • Joseph, dearest Joseph =
  • Only yesterday : from 1890.
  • music by Stanley Carter ; words by Harry Braisted.
  • Joseph, lieber Joseph
  • translation by Freda Morrill Abrams.
  • In dulci jubilo
  • translation by Percy Dearmer.
  • Spanish ladies.
  • Captain Kidd.
  • O God, our help in ages past
  • music by William Croft ; words by Isaac Watts.
  • Jesus, lover of my soul
  • music by Simeon B. Marsh ; words by Charles Wesley.
  • It's the same the whole world over.
  • All through the night
  • words by Harold Boulton.
  • We're singing our praises, or Prayer of thanksgiving =
  • Wilt heden nu treden
  • from Valerius, translation by Freda Morrill Abrams.
  • Auprès de ma blonde =
  • Near to my fair one
  • translation by Freda Morrill Abrams.
  • Robin Adair
  • words by Caroline Keppel.
  • Take back your gold
  • Shule agra
  • words by A.P. Graves.
  • Malbrouck
  • translation by Freda Morrill Abrams.
  • Come, saints and sinners
  • transcribed by George Pullen Jackson.
  • Wondrous love
  • transcribed by George Pullen Jackson ; words by Alex Means.
  • How firm a foundation
  • transcribed by George Pullen Jackson.
  • music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld ; words by Louis W. Pritzkow.
  • Greenfields
  • transcribed by George Pullen Jackson
  • Oh promise me
  • music by Reginald DeKoven ; words by Clement Scott.
  • Frankie and Johnnie.
  • Under the bamboo tree
  • music by Rosamond Johnson ; words by Bob Cole.
  • Glow worm =
  • Daisy Bell :
  • Glühwürmchen
  • music by Paul Lincke ; words by Lilla Cayley Robinson.
  • In the good old summertime
  • music by George Evans ; words by Ren Shields.
  • Ballet of the boll weevil
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by John A. and Alan Lomax.
  • Lazy moon
  • music by Rosamond Johnson ; words by Bob Cole.
  • Bill Bailey, won't you please come home?
  • words and music by Hughie Cannon.
  • (A bicycle built for two)
  • Midnight special.
  • Ida, sweet as apple cider
  • music by Eddie Munson ; lyric by Eddie Leonard.
  • Eleven-cent cotton
  • words and music by Bob Miller and Emma Dermer.
  • I wonder who's kissing her now?
  • music by Joseph E. Howard ; words by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams.
  • The crawdad.
  • Ol' Texas.
  • La cucaracha =
  • words and music by Harry Dacre.
  • The cockroach.
  • Big rock candy mountain.
  • Kevin Barry.
  • St. Louis blues
  • words and music by W.C. Handy
  • Conflict and expansion : from 1850.
  • Pick a bale of cotton
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by John A. and Alan Lomax.
  • Jacob's ladder.
  • Darling Nelly Gray
  • Ta-ra-ra-boom-der-e
  • words and music by B.R. Hanby .
  • My old Kentucky home
  • Nelly Bly
  • words and music by Stephen Foster.
  • Old Abe Lincoln.
  • The bonnie blue flag.
  • Battle hymn of the republic
  • words by Julia Ward Howe.
  • Tramp! tramp! tramp!
  • words and music by G.F. Root.
  • words and music by Henry J. Sayers.
  • Tenting tonight
  • words and music by Walter Kittredge.
  • Just before the battle, Mother
  • words and music by G.F. Root.
  • Listen to the mocking bird
  • words and music by Alice Hawthorne.
  • Shoo fly, don't bother me.
  • Wake Nicodemus
  • words and music by Henry C. Work.
  • Little brown church in the vale
  • Mother was a lady
  • words and music by William S. Pitts.
  • Oh, freedom.
  • We three kings
  • words and music by John H. Hopkins.
  • Where is my boy tonight?
  • words and music by Robert Lowry.
  • Nearer, my God, to Thee
  • music by Lowell Mason ; words by Sarah F. Adams.
  • In the sweet by and by
  • music by J.P. Webster ; words by S. Fillmore Bennett.
  • music by Joseph W. Stern ; words by Edward B. Marks.
  • The old oaken bucket
  • music by George Kiallmark ; words by Samuel Woodworth.
  • The quilting party.
  • When you and I were young, Maggie
  • music by J.A. Butterfield ; words by George W. Johnson.
  • Soldier, soldier, won't you marry me?.
  • March of the men of Harlech.
  • The man on the flying trapeze.
  • O Tannenbaum
  • English version by Freda Morrill Abrams.
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
1 score (359 p.)
Isbn
9780671220617
Lccn
52013624
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • 1641323
  • (OCoLC)ocm23355412
  • (OCoLC)23355412
  • 1641323
Label
The fireside book of favorite American songs, selected and edited by Margaret Bradford Boni ; arranged for the piano by Norman Lloyd ; illustrated by Aurelius Battaglia ; introductions by Anne Brooks ; with a foreword by the late Carl Van Doren
Publication
Note
  • For voice and piano
  • Foreword, chapter introductions, and notes preceding each song in English
Contents
  • There'll be a hot time
  • Little brown jug
  • Joseph E. Winner.
  • Tiritomba
  • English translation by Maria X. Hayes.
  • The big sunflower
  • as sung by Billy Emerson.
  • Oh, dem golden slippers!
  • words and music by James A. Bland.
  • The Wabash cannon ball
  • words and music by Roger Truhart.
  • music by Theo. A. Metz ; words by Joe Hayden.
  • Take this hammer
  • The streets of Laredo
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by John A. and Alan Lomax.
  • Eight hours
  • music by Jesse H. Jones ; words by I.G. Blanchard.
  • The old Chisholm trail
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by John A. and Alan Lomax.
  • The jam on Gerry's rocks.
  • Jesse James.
  • White wings
  • After the ball
  • words and music by Banks Winter.
  • Silver threads among the gold
  • music by H.P. Danks ; words by Eben E. Rexford
  • Independence : on to the west : from 1776.
  • The liberty song
  • tune by William Boyce ; words by John Dickinson .
  • Yankee doodle.
  • Chester
  • words and music by William Billings.
  • Enraptured I gaze
  • Break the news to Mother
  • words and music by Francis Hopkinson.
  • Whisky Johnnie.
  • Botany Bay.
  • The oxen song.
  • Mister banjo =
  • Monsieur bainjo
  • English lyric by Joy Scott.
  • Old colony times.
  • The pesky sarpent.
  • Bound for the Promised Land
  • words and music by Charles K. Harris.
  • melody transcribed by George Pullen Jackson.
  • Juanita
  • English words by Mrs. J.G. Norton.
  • Roll, Jordan, roll.
  • Old ship of Zion
  • melody transcribed by George Pullen Jackson.
  • Were you there?.
  • Hail, Columbia
  • music by Philip Phile ; words by Joseph Hopkinson.
  • Ye parliament of England
  • At a Georgia camp meeting
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by Joanna Colcord.
  • The star spangled banner
  • words by Francis Scott Key.
  • Darlin' Corey
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by John A. and Alan Lomax.
  • Buckeye Jim
  • transcribed by Fletcher Collins.
  • Pretty Saro.
  • Believe me, if all those endearing young charms.
  • The E-ri-e
  • words and music by Kerry Mills.
  • words and melody adapted by John A. and Alan Lomax.
  • Ye banks and braes
  • words by Robert Burns.
  • Wearin' of the green.
  • Santy Anna
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by Joanna Colcord.
  • Jump Jim Crow.
  • Over there.
  • The ole grey goose.
  • Shuckin' of the corn.
  • The little lost child
  • El-a-noy.
  • Come, come, ye saints
  • words and music by William Clayton.
  • Pop! goes the weasel.
  • Old Dan Tucker
  • words and music by Daniel Decatur Emmett.
  • Sacramento
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by Joanna Colcord.
  • What was your name in the states?
  • The Promised Land : before 1776.
  • music by Joseph W. Stern ; words by Edward B. Marks.
  • Old hundredth
  • music by Louis Bourgeois, words of 2nd stanza by Thomas Ken.
  • Pilgrims' melody.
  • York
  • Windsor
  • melody arranged by T. Ravenscroft.
  • Barb'ry Ellen.
  • Go from my window.
  • See my wagon, it's full-laden =
  • 'K Heb mijn wagen volgeladen
  • She was bred in old Kentucky
  • translation by Freda Morrill Abrams.
  • Little hypocrite =
  • Het kwezelken
  • English version by Freda Morrill Abrams.
  • The evening bells =
  • Die Abendglocke.
  • A mighty fortress is our God =
  • Ein' feste Burg
  • music by Martin Luther, translation by F.H. Hedge.
  • Joseph, dearest Joseph =
  • Only yesterday : from 1890.
  • music by Stanley Carter ; words by Harry Braisted.
  • Joseph, lieber Joseph
  • translation by Freda Morrill Abrams.
  • In dulci jubilo
  • translation by Percy Dearmer.
  • Spanish ladies.
  • Captain Kidd.
  • O God, our help in ages past
  • music by William Croft ; words by Isaac Watts.
  • Jesus, lover of my soul
  • music by Simeon B. Marsh ; words by Charles Wesley.
  • It's the same the whole world over.
  • All through the night
  • words by Harold Boulton.
  • We're singing our praises, or Prayer of thanksgiving =
  • Wilt heden nu treden
  • from Valerius, translation by Freda Morrill Abrams.
  • Auprès de ma blonde =
  • Near to my fair one
  • translation by Freda Morrill Abrams.
  • Robin Adair
  • words by Caroline Keppel.
  • Take back your gold
  • Shule agra
  • words by A.P. Graves.
  • Malbrouck
  • translation by Freda Morrill Abrams.
  • Come, saints and sinners
  • transcribed by George Pullen Jackson.
  • Wondrous love
  • transcribed by George Pullen Jackson ; words by Alex Means.
  • How firm a foundation
  • transcribed by George Pullen Jackson.
  • music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld ; words by Louis W. Pritzkow.
  • Greenfields
  • transcribed by George Pullen Jackson
  • Oh promise me
  • music by Reginald DeKoven ; words by Clement Scott.
  • Frankie and Johnnie.
  • Under the bamboo tree
  • music by Rosamond Johnson ; words by Bob Cole.
  • Glow worm =
  • Daisy Bell :
  • Glühwürmchen
  • music by Paul Lincke ; words by Lilla Cayley Robinson.
  • In the good old summertime
  • music by George Evans ; words by Ren Shields.
  • Ballet of the boll weevil
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by John A. and Alan Lomax.
  • Lazy moon
  • music by Rosamond Johnson ; words by Bob Cole.
  • Bill Bailey, won't you please come home?
  • words and music by Hughie Cannon.
  • (A bicycle built for two)
  • Midnight special.
  • Ida, sweet as apple cider
  • music by Eddie Munson ; lyric by Eddie Leonard.
  • Eleven-cent cotton
  • words and music by Bob Miller and Emma Dermer.
  • I wonder who's kissing her now?
  • music by Joseph E. Howard ; words by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams.
  • The crawdad.
  • Ol' Texas.
  • La cucaracha =
  • words and music by Harry Dacre.
  • The cockroach.
  • Big rock candy mountain.
  • Kevin Barry.
  • St. Louis blues
  • words and music by W.C. Handy
  • Conflict and expansion : from 1850.
  • Pick a bale of cotton
  • words and melody adapted and arranged by John A. and Alan Lomax.
  • Jacob's ladder.
  • Darling Nelly Gray
  • Ta-ra-ra-boom-der-e
  • words and music by B.R. Hanby .
  • My old Kentucky home
  • Nelly Bly
  • words and music by Stephen Foster.
  • Old Abe Lincoln.
  • The bonnie blue flag.
  • Battle hymn of the republic
  • words by Julia Ward Howe.
  • Tramp! tramp! tramp!
  • words and music by G.F. Root.
  • words and music by Henry J. Sayers.
  • Tenting tonight
  • words and music by Walter Kittredge.
  • Just before the battle, Mother
  • words and music by G.F. Root.
  • Listen to the mocking bird
  • words and music by Alice Hawthorne.
  • Shoo fly, don't bother me.
  • Wake Nicodemus
  • words and music by Henry C. Work.
  • Little brown church in the vale
  • Mother was a lady
  • words and music by William S. Pitts.
  • Oh, freedom.
  • We three kings
  • words and music by John H. Hopkins.
  • Where is my boy tonight?
  • words and music by Robert Lowry.
  • Nearer, my God, to Thee
  • music by Lowell Mason ; words by Sarah F. Adams.
  • In the sweet by and by
  • music by J.P. Webster ; words by S. Fillmore Bennett.
  • music by Joseph W. Stern ; words by Edward B. Marks.
  • The old oaken bucket
  • music by George Kiallmark ; words by Samuel Woodworth.
  • The quilting party.
  • When you and I were young, Maggie
  • music by J.A. Butterfield ; words by George W. Johnson.
  • Soldier, soldier, won't you marry me?.
  • March of the men of Harlech.
  • The man on the flying trapeze.
  • O Tannenbaum
  • English version by Freda Morrill Abrams.
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
1 score (359 p.)
Isbn
9780671220617
Lccn
52013624
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • 1641323
  • (OCoLC)ocm23355412
  • (OCoLC)23355412
  • 1641323

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