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Ballads and Sea-Songs of Newfoundland

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HARDCOVER

$112.00 • £89.95 • €101.00

ISBN 9780674012639

Publication Date: 01/01/1933

Short

440 pages

23 halftones, 97 musical examples

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  • Preface [Henry Noble MacCracken]
  • Introduction
  • A Note about the Music
  • Lady Isabel and the Elf Knight (Child, No. 4)
  • Lord Robert (Child, No. 7)
  • The Twa Sisters (Child, No. 10)
  • The Bonny Banks of the Virgie, O (Child, No. 14)
  • The Beggarman (Child, No. 17)
  • Fair Flowers of Hello (Child, No. 20)
  • Lord Ateman (Child, No. 53)
  • Lord Thomas (Child, No. 73)
  • Lady Margaret (Child, No. 77)
  • The Unquiet Grave (Child, No. 78)
  • Gil Morissy (Child, No. 83)
  • Barbree Ellen (Child, No. 84)
  • Young Barbour; Or, the Seven Sailor Boys (Child, No 100)
  • The Bailiff’s Daughter of Islington (Child, No. 105)
  • The Knight and the Shepherd’s Daughter (Child, No. 110)
  • The Dark-Clothed Gypsy (Child, No. 200)
  • Lovely Georgie (Child, No. 209)
  • Joan and John Blount (Child, No. 275)
  • The “Golden Vanitie” (Child, No, 286)
  • The Little Yorkshire Boy
  • The Highway Robber
  • Willy Taylor
  • Polly Oliver
  • Drowsy Sleeper
  • The Castaways
  • Rogers the Miller
  • Wexford City
  • The Maiden Who Dwelt by the Shore
  • The Rose of Britain’s Isle
  • The Green Bushes
  • As I Roved Out
  • The Blind Beggar
  • Nancy From London
  • The Ghostly Lover
  • The Bold “Princess Royal”
  • The Dark-Eyed Sailor
  • Johnson; Or, the Three Riders
  • Handsome John
  • The Duke Op Argyle
  • The First Come in It Was a Rat
  • The Twelve Apostles
  • Turkish Men-O’-War
  • Kelly the Pirate
  • Bold Wolfe
  • The Man-Of-War Piece
  • Short Jacket
  • Tarpaulin Jacket
  • Broken-Down Sport
  • Abram Brown the Sailor
  • Tarry Sailor
  • From Liverpool ’cross the Atlantic
  • Cold Watch
  • The Boatswain and the Tailor
  • Thomas and Nancy
  • Squire Nathaniel and Betsy
  • Wexford City
  • Sally Monroe
  • The Lass That Loved a Sailor
  • Near to the Isle of Portland
  • The Mines of Avondale
  • Maria and Caroline
  • The Scotch Lassie
  • Gilderoy
  • The Pretty Fair Maid with a Tail
  • Willy Vare
  • Down Where the Tide Was Flowing
  • Paddy and the Whale
  • Erin’s Isle
  • Erin’s Green Shore
  • That Dear Old Land
  • Burke’s Dream
  • The Waterford Boys
  • The Drunkard’s Dream
  • At the Foot of the Mountain Brow
  • The Nobleman’s Wedding
  • I Once Loved a Girl in Kilkenny
  • The Humble Village Maid Going A-Milking
  • Maurice Kelly
  • The Plowboy
  • Soldier Boy
  • Waterloo
  • Napoleon’s Farewell to Paris
  • Napoleon the Exile
  • The Bonny Bunch of Roses
  • The Plains of Waterloo
  • Glencoe
  • The Mantle of Green
  • Lonely Waterloo
  • Jennie On the Moor
  • Riley to Ameriky
  • Willy Reilly
  • Mary Neal
  • The Squire’s Young Daughter
  • Henry Connors
  • The Bonny Young Irish Boy
  • Yankee Land
  • Rich Amerikay
  • The Lament
  • The Poor Fisherman’s Boy
  • The Little Soldier’s Boy
  • Lovely Annie
  • I Was Just Sixteen
  • Susan Strayed the Briny Beach
  • The Quay of Dundocken
  • The Banks of the Dizzy
  • The Ould Plaid Shawl
  • The Prentice Boy
  • Butter and Cheese and All
  • The Irishman’s Shanty
  • Paddy Backwards
  • The “Lady Uri”
  • The Shirt and the Apron
  • The Gentle Boy
  • The Freemason’s Song
  • The Spirit Song of George’s Bank
  • The Banks of Newfoundland
  • Song About the Fishing Banks
  • The Maid of Newfoundland
  • Wadham’s Song
  • The Low-Backed Car
  • The Crowd of Bold Sharemen
  • Come All Ye Jolly Ice-Hunters
  • The Sealing Cruise of the “Lone Flier”
  • Charge Islands Song
  • Jack Was Ev’ry Inch a Sailor
  • Lukey’s Boat
  • Greedy Harbour
  • The Irish Sailor Boy
  • George’s Bank (Sung by D. Endacott)
  • George’s Bank (Sung by M. Walsh)
  • Jack Hinks
  • The Ryans and the Pittmans
  • The Blooming Bright Star of Belle Isle
  • The Star of Logy Bay
  • All Around Green Island Shore
  • The Outharfor Planter
  • The Spanish Captain
  • The Wreck of the Steamship “Ethie”
  • The “Southern Cross”
  • The Wreck of the Steamship “Florizel”
  • The Fishermen of Newfoundland; Or, the Good Ship “Jubilee”
  • The “Nordfeld” and the “Raleigh”
  • Tile “Thorwaldsen”
  • The Bird Rocks
  • Captain William Jackman, a Newfoundland Hero
  • The “Greenland” Disaster
  • The Dog Song
  • The Cooks of Torbay
  • The Merchants of Fogo
  • The Roving Newfoundlanders (Adventure Song)
  • The Franklin Expedition
  • Newfoundland and Sebastopol
  • The Murder of Young Somers
  • My Dear, I’m Bound For Canady
  • Cod Liver Oil Song
  • The Schooner “Mary Ann
  • Donald Monroe
  • Fielding
  • The Lumber Cai Song
  • The Badger Drive
  • Twin Lakes
  • Harry Dunn
  • Young Monroe
  • Peter Hembly
  • Homeward Bound
  • Sally Brown
  • Haul On the Bo’line
  • Jolly Poker
  • Pretty Jessie of the Railway Bar
  • Longest Name Song
  • Laughing Song
  • Young Charlotte
  • The “Flying Cloud”
  • Bold Mccarthy
  • John Morrissey and the Black
  • The Three Old Jews
  • Californian Brothers
  • Young Jimmy and the Officer
  • While the Boys in Blue Were Fighting
  • Florella
  • I’m Lonesome Since My Mother Died
  • The Fatal Wedding
  • The Roving Newfoundlanders (Newfoundland Wars)
  • John Gillam’s Song (Without Words)
  • Women’s the Joy and the Pride of the Land
  • Quadrilles
  • Cotillon Figures
  • Jigs
  • Step Dances
  • Index of First Lines
  • Index of Titles
  • Lady Isabel and the Elf Knight
  • The Bonny Banks of the Virgin, 0
  • The Beggarman Fair Flowers of Hello
  • The Unquiet Grave, A, B
  • Young Barbour, A, B, C
  • The Dark-Clothed Gypsy
  • The Little Yorkshire Boy
  • Willy Taylor
  • Polly Oliver, A, B
  • Drowsy Sleeper
  • The Castaways
  • Wexford City
  • The Maiden Who Dwelt by the Shore
  • The Rose of Britain’s Isle
  • The Green Bushes
  • As I Roved Out
  • Nancy From London, A, B
  • The Ghostly Lover
  • The Bold “Princess Royal”
  • Johnson; Or, the Three Riders, A, B
  • The Duke of Argyle
  • Bold Wolfe
  • Short Jacket
  • Abram Brown the Sailor
  • Tarry Sailor
  • From Liverpool ’cross the Atlantic
  • Gold Watch
  • Thomas and Nancy
  • Squire Nathaniel and Betsy
  • The Lass That Loved a Sailor
  • The Scotch Lassie, A, B
  • Gilderoy
  • The Pretty Fair Maid with a Tail
  • Down Where the Tide Was Flowing
  • Paddy and the Whale
  • Erin’s Green Shore
  • That Dear Old Land
  • Burke’s Dream
  • The Drunkard’s Dream
  • At the Foot of the Mountain Brow
  • The Nobleman’s Wedding
  • The Humble Village Maid Going A-Milking
  • Maurice Kelly
  • Waterloo
  • Napoleon the Exile
  • The Bonny Bunch of Roses
  • The Plains of Waterloo
  • Jennie On the Moor
  • Willy Reilly
  • The Squire’s Young Daughter
  • The Bonny Young
  • Irish Boy
  • Yankee Land
  • Rich Amerikay
  • The Quay of Dundocken
  • The Banks of the Dizzy
  • The Spirit Song of George’s Bank
  • The Maid of Newfoundland
  • The Crowd Op Bold Sharemen
  • The Sealing Cruise of the “Lone Flier”
  • Change Islands Song
  • Jack Was Ev’ry Inch a Sailor
  • Lukey’s Boat
  • Greedy Harbour
  • The Irish Sailor Boy
  • George’s Bank the Ryans and the Pittmans
  • The Blooming Bright Star of Belle Isle
  • The Star of Logy Bay
  • The Spanish Captain
  • The Wreck of the Steamship “Ethie”
  • The “Southern Cross” the Wreck of the Steamship “Florizel”
  • The Fishermen Op Newfoundland; Or, the Good Ship “Jubilee”
  • The “Nordeeld” and the “Raleigh”
  • The Bird Rocks
  • The “Greenland” Disaster
  • The Franklin Expedition
  • The Schooner “Mary Ann”
  • The Badger Drive
  • Twin Lakes
  • Young Monroe
  • Homeward Bound
  • Sally Brown
  • Haul On the Bo’line
  • Jolly Poker
  • Pretty Jessie of the Railway Bar, A, B
  • The “Flying Cloud”
  • The Three Old Jews
  • The Roving Newfoundlanders
  • John Gillam’s Song
  • Quadrilles
  • Cotillon Figures
  • Jigs
  • Step Dances

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