The Resource One hundred folksongs of all nations. : For medium voice

One hundred folksongs of all nations. : For medium voice

Label
One hundred folksongs of all nations. : For medium voice
Title
One hundred folksongs of all nations.
Title remainder
For medium voice
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
ENG
Member of
Cataloging source
MVLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1868-1946
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Bantock, Granville
Illustrations
portraits
LC call number
M1627 B19
LC item number
O5
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The Musicians library
Label
One hundred folksongs of all nations. : For medium voice
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Piano acc
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [xxix]-xxxvii
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
England. Sally in our alley ; O willow, willow ; The Vicar of Bray ; Come, lasses and lads -- Scotland. Annie Laurie ; My ain kind dearie, O ; The Laird o' Cockpen ; O Logie o' Buchan -- Ireland. The last rose of summer ; The minstrel boy ; The daughters of Erin ; The pretty girl milking her cow -- Wales. All through the night ; Hunting the hare ; The ash grove -- Manx. Hunt the wren -- France. In out happy village ; There was a little maiden ; Sing to me, sweet Musetta ; On the bridge of Avignon -- Troubadours. When the nightingale shall sing ; Early strolling at my leisure -- Minnesingers. Summertime ; Minstrel song -- Germany. Annie of Tharau ; O thou dearest maiden mine ; True love ; The Loreley ; Must I go ; The broken ring ; All's the same to me ; Farewell ; In cellar cool ; O faithful pine ; The hostess' daughter -- Switzerland. From these dear mountains ; In Aargau dwelt two sweethearts -- Austria. Wooing -- Tyrol. Tyrolese are blithesome ; On the Alma -- Styria. From the mountain's height -- Hungary. Hungaria's treasure ; Varadi's highways -- Bohemia. The treasure -- Netherlands. Where'er man ranges ; Rosa -- Italy. The fair maid of Sorrento ; Oh, come to me ; Santa Lucia -- Sicily. So this is sad love's ending -- Spain. Unto a poor blind lover ; If 't is sorrow so to love thee ; May song -- Portugal. Song of the fig-tree orchard ; Wherefore have thy lips denied me -- Denmark. I wander through woodlands ; Marstig's daughter -- Iceland. Bravely sails my bark -- Norway. I laid me down to rest ; Homeward from the mountains ; Dearest maiden -- Sweden. Little Katie ; Wermeland ; On a crystal throne -- Russia. Over fields and over meadows ; O'er the distant lonely mountains ; In the shade of the garden strolling ; 'Neath the shadow of a tree ; Ah! see the old pear-tree ; Come and twine the slim boughs --; Poland. Dearest maiden, hark, I pray thee ; Little cottage lowly -- Finland. Home my sweetheart comes from roving -- Lapland. There's ne'er a blossom -- Lithuania. From afar returns my well-beloved -- Bosnia. Why so silent, tell me, birdie -- Servia. Come, my dearest -- Bulgaria. The outlaw -- Turkey. The sun hangs high -- Greece. The musician -- Syria. Sleep, my child ; Upon thy lovely lips -- Morocco. Zohra -- Algeria. My beloved -- Tunis. Soleima -- Tripoli. Stamboul -- Egypt. Love-song ; There's no deity but God -- Arabia. Thine eyes are bright with fire -- Persia. Deign my voice to hear ; Rustic song -- India. Snake-charmer's song -- China. Jasmine-flower -- Japan. New Year song ; Cherry-bloom -- American Indian. Pawnee war-song ; Dakota serenade -- United States of America. Old folks at home ; Tenting on the old camp ground ; Dixie
Control code
106676
Extent
xxxvii, 175 p.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
port.
System control number
(Sirsi) 106676
Label
One hundred folksongs of all nations. : For medium voice
Publication
Note
Piano acc
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [xxix]-xxxvii
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
England. Sally in our alley ; O willow, willow ; The Vicar of Bray ; Come, lasses and lads -- Scotland. Annie Laurie ; My ain kind dearie, O ; The Laird o' Cockpen ; O Logie o' Buchan -- Ireland. The last rose of summer ; The minstrel boy ; The daughters of Erin ; The pretty girl milking her cow -- Wales. All through the night ; Hunting the hare ; The ash grove -- Manx. Hunt the wren -- France. In out happy village ; There was a little maiden ; Sing to me, sweet Musetta ; On the bridge of Avignon -- Troubadours. When the nightingale shall sing ; Early strolling at my leisure -- Minnesingers. Summertime ; Minstrel song -- Germany. Annie of Tharau ; O thou dearest maiden mine ; True love ; The Loreley ; Must I go ; The broken ring ; All's the same to me ; Farewell ; In cellar cool ; O faithful pine ; The hostess' daughter -- Switzerland. From these dear mountains ; In Aargau dwelt two sweethearts -- Austria. Wooing -- Tyrol. Tyrolese are blithesome ; On the Alma -- Styria. From the mountain's height -- Hungary. Hungaria's treasure ; Varadi's highways -- Bohemia. The treasure -- Netherlands. Where'er man ranges ; Rosa -- Italy. The fair maid of Sorrento ; Oh, come to me ; Santa Lucia -- Sicily. So this is sad love's ending -- Spain. Unto a poor blind lover ; If 't is sorrow so to love thee ; May song -- Portugal. Song of the fig-tree orchard ; Wherefore have thy lips denied me -- Denmark. I wander through woodlands ; Marstig's daughter -- Iceland. Bravely sails my bark -- Norway. I laid me down to rest ; Homeward from the mountains ; Dearest maiden -- Sweden. Little Katie ; Wermeland ; On a crystal throne -- Russia. Over fields and over meadows ; O'er the distant lonely mountains ; In the shade of the garden strolling ; 'Neath the shadow of a tree ; Ah! see the old pear-tree ; Come and twine the slim boughs --; Poland. Dearest maiden, hark, I pray thee ; Little cottage lowly -- Finland. Home my sweetheart comes from roving -- Lapland. There's ne'er a blossom -- Lithuania. From afar returns my well-beloved -- Bosnia. Why so silent, tell me, birdie -- Servia. Come, my dearest -- Bulgaria. The outlaw -- Turkey. The sun hangs high -- Greece. The musician -- Syria. Sleep, my child ; Upon thy lovely lips -- Morocco. Zohra -- Algeria. My beloved -- Tunis. Soleima -- Tripoli. Stamboul -- Egypt. Love-song ; There's no deity but God -- Arabia. Thine eyes are bright with fire -- Persia. Deign my voice to hear ; Rustic song -- India. Snake-charmer's song -- China. Jasmine-flower -- Japan. New Year song ; Cherry-bloom -- American Indian. Pawnee war-song ; Dakota serenade -- United States of America. Old folks at home ; Tenting on the old camp ground ; Dixie
Control code
106676
Extent
xxxvii, 175 p.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
port.
System control number
(Sirsi) 106676

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