One hundred English folksongs : for medium voice /

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Sharp, Cecil J. 1859-1924 (Editor)
Format: Musical Score Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Dover Publications, 1975, ©1916.
Series:Musicians library (Boston)
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Table of Contents:
  • BALLADS: Henry Martin
  • Bruton Town
  • The knight and the shepherd's daughter
  • Robin Hood and the Tanner
  • The Wraggle Taggle Gypsies
  • Lord Bateman
  • Barbara Ellen
  • Little Sir Hugh
  • Geordie
  • Lady Maisry
  • The outlandish knight
  • The coasts of High Barbary
  • The cruel mother
  • The golden vanity
  • Lord Thomas of Winesberry
  • The green wedding
  • The briery bush
  • Lord Rendal
  • Blow away the morning dew
  • The two magicians
  • The Duke of Bedford
  • Death and the Lady
  • The low, low lands of Holland
  • The unquiet grave, or, Cold blows the wind
  • The trees they do grow high
  • Lord Lovel
  • False Lamkin
  • Lord Thomas and the fair Ellinor
  • The death of Queen Jane
  • SONGS: Farewell, Nancy
  • Sweet Kitty
  • The crystal spring
  • The seeds of love
  • The sprig of thyme
  • The cuckoo
  • Blackbirds and thrushes
  • The drowned lover
  • The sign of the Bonny Blue Bell
  • O Waly, Waly
  • Green bushes
  • Bedlam
  • The bold fisherman
  • The rambling sailor
  • Dabbling in the dew
  • The saucy sailor
  • Fanny Blair
  • Arise, arise
  • Searching for lambs
  • Green broom
  • The sweet primeroses
  • My bonny, bonny boy
  • As I walked through the meadows (First version)
  • As I walked through the meadows (Second version)
  • Erin's lovely home
  • The true lover's farewell
  • High Germany
  • Sweet lovely Joan
  • My boy Willie
  • Whistle, daughter, whistle
  • Mowing the barley
  • I'm seventeen come Sunday
  • The lark in the moon
  • Hares on the mountains
  • O Sally, my dear
  • Gently, Johnny, my Jingalo
  • The keys of Canterbury
  • My man John
  • O No, John!
  • The brisk young bachelor
  • Ruggleton's daughter of Iero
  • William Taylor
  • Sweet William
  • The watchet sailor
  • Scarborough Fair
  • Brimbledon Fair, or, Young Ramble-away
  • Bridgwater Fair
  • The crabfish
  • The beggar
  • The keeper
  • The three sons
  • Jack Hall
  • Driving away at the smoothing iron
  • The robber
  • John Barleycorn
  • Poor old horse
  • Botany Bay
  • Admiral Benbow
  • Bold Nelson's praise
  • Spanish ladies
  • The ship in distress
  • Come all you worthy Christian men
  • Wassail song
  • It's a rosebud in June
  • A brisk young sailor
  • The sheep-shearing
  • ACCUMULATIVE: The twelve days of Christmas
  • The Ten Commandments
  • The tree in the wood
  • The barley-mow
  • One man shall mow my meadow.