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The Resource Songs of the rivers of America, edited by Carl Carmer ; music arranged by Albert Sirmay

Songs of the rivers of America, edited by Carl Carmer ; music arranged by Albert Sirmay

Label
Songs of the rivers of America
Title
Songs of the rivers of America
Statement of responsibility
edited by Carl Carmer ; music arranged by Albert Sirmay
Contributor
Arranger of music
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
full score
LC call number
M1629.C225
LC item number
S6
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1893-1976
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Carmer, Carl
  • Sirmay, Albert
  • Fitzgerald Rivers of America Collection (Library of Congress)
Series statement
R of A
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  • Folk songs, English
  • Folk music
  • Ballads, English
  • Popular music
  • Rivers
  • Ballads, English
  • Folk music
  • Folk songs, English
  • Popular music
  • Rivers
  • United States
Label
Songs of the rivers of America, edited by Carl Carmer ; music arranged by Albert Sirmay
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Songs, folk songs, and ballads about rivers of the United States
  • For voice and piano
Contents
  • East.
  • Ole Tar River ;
  • Tennessee.
  • Ellie Rhee
  • On that hill by the Tennessee
  • Uncle Ned ;
  • Tom-big-bee.
  • Tom-big-bee River
  • Songs of the rivers of the West. Arkansas.
  • The bank of the Arkansaw ;
  • Chicago.
  • Michael Roy
  • Voyageur's song ;
  • Illinois.
  • Illinois ;
  • Kansas.
  • Song of the Kansas emigrants ;
  • Licking.
  • The rebel's escape ;
  • Missouri.
  • To the West
  • The wide Missouri ;
  • Strolling o'er the Brooklyn Bridge ;
  • Ohio.
  • De boatman's dance
  • Down the river
  • Eliza's flight
  • The Glendy Burke
  • Gumbo Chaff
  • Ida May
  • Nancy Till
  • On the banks of the Ohio
  • The unconstant lover
  • Flat.
  • We'll hunt the buffalo ;
  • Pease.
  • The buffalo skinners ;
  • Plover.
  • Driving saw-logs on the Plover ;
  • Red.
  • Red River shore
  • Red River Valley ;
  • Republican.
  • The Ogallaly song ;
  • Flat River girl ;
  • Rio Grande.
  • The Rio Grande
  • The silv'ry Rio Grande ;
  • Sacramento.
  • On the banks of the Sacramento ;
  • San Antonio.
  • Will you come to the bow'r? ;
  • Sandusky.
  • The Wyandotte's farewell song
  • Wabash.
  • Genesee.
  • El-a-noy
  • Way down in the paw-paw patch ;
  • Wisconsin.
  • On the banks of the Little Eau Pleine
  • The banks of the Genesee
  • Vale of our own Genesee ;
  • Housatonic.
  • The Housatonic Valley ;
  • Songs of the rivers of the East. Allegheny.
  • Hudson.
  • The ballad of Henry Green
  • Benny Havens, oh!
  • The Hudson side
  • Joe Thomas
  • Johnny has gone for a soldier
  • New York, oh what a charming city
  • The shantyman's life
  • The weeping willow
  • Where Hudson's wave ;
  • Have you struck Ile? ;
  • Juniata.
  • The blue Juniata ;
  • Lehigh.
  • Down in the Lehigh Valley ;
  • Merrimac.
  • Jim Brown
  • Olban, or, The white captive ;
  • Mohawk.
  • Bonny Eloise ;
  • Niagara.
  • Brandywine.
  • Buffalo gals
  • Niagara Falls ;
  • Penobscot.
  • The logger's boast
  • St. Lawrence.
  • Brave Wolfe
  • Canadian boat song
  • My birchbark canoe ;
  • Schuylkill.
  • Schuylkill rowing song ;
  • The banks of the Brandywine ;
  • Susquehanna.
  • The ballad of Peter Gray
  • Old Butler's
  • Such a gettin' upstairs
  • Songs of the rivers of the South. Alabama.
  • The rose of Alabama ;
  • Catawba.
  • Dearest Mae ;
  • Cumberland.
  • Cumberland Gap ;
  • Charles.
  • Deep.
  • Poor Omie ;
  • James.
  • Stonewall Jackson's requiem
  • 'Twill neber do to gib it up so ;
  • Kentucky.
  • Darling Nelly Gray
  • Hunters of Kentucky
  • My old Kentucky home ;
  • Mississippi.
  • The bridge ;
  • Betsy Baker
  • A life on the Vicksburg Bluff
  • Nelly was a lady
  • My old cabin home
  • Roll out! heave dat cotton
  • Way down in Cairo ;
  • Pearl.
  • Poor Juna ;
  • Pee Dee.
  • Ole Pee Dee
  • Delaware.
  • On the banks of the old Pee Dee
  • Way down on the ole Pee Dee ;
  • Potomac.
  • All quiet along the Potomac
  • Grave of Washington ;
  • St. Johns.
  • Baby, did you hear?
  • Oh honey, I'm going down the river ;
  • Sandy.
  • The Vance song ;
  • Ben Bolt ;
  • Santee.
  • Gentle Nettie Moore ;
  • Shenandoah.
  • Stonewall Jackson's way ;
  • Stone.
  • Stone River ;
  • Suwannee.
  • Old folks at home ;
  • Tar.
  • Ole Tare River
Control code
ocn795888611
Dimensions
31 cm.
Extent
1 score (xi, 196 p.)
Lccn
2012657890
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Songs of the rivers of America, edited by Carl Carmer ; music arranged by Albert Sirmay
Publication
Note
  • Songs, folk songs, and ballads about rivers of the United States
  • For voice and piano
Contents
  • East.
  • Ole Tar River ;
  • Tennessee.
  • Ellie Rhee
  • On that hill by the Tennessee
  • Uncle Ned ;
  • Tom-big-bee.
  • Tom-big-bee River
  • Songs of the rivers of the West. Arkansas.
  • The bank of the Arkansaw ;
  • Chicago.
  • Michael Roy
  • Voyageur's song ;
  • Illinois.
  • Illinois ;
  • Kansas.
  • Song of the Kansas emigrants ;
  • Licking.
  • The rebel's escape ;
  • Missouri.
  • To the West
  • The wide Missouri ;
  • Strolling o'er the Brooklyn Bridge ;
  • Ohio.
  • De boatman's dance
  • Down the river
  • Eliza's flight
  • The Glendy Burke
  • Gumbo Chaff
  • Ida May
  • Nancy Till
  • On the banks of the Ohio
  • The unconstant lover
  • Flat.
  • We'll hunt the buffalo ;
  • Pease.
  • The buffalo skinners ;
  • Plover.
  • Driving saw-logs on the Plover ;
  • Red.
  • Red River shore
  • Red River Valley ;
  • Republican.
  • The Ogallaly song ;
  • Flat River girl ;
  • Rio Grande.
  • The Rio Grande
  • The silv'ry Rio Grande ;
  • Sacramento.
  • On the banks of the Sacramento ;
  • San Antonio.
  • Will you come to the bow'r? ;
  • Sandusky.
  • The Wyandotte's farewell song
  • Wabash.
  • Genesee.
  • El-a-noy
  • Way down in the paw-paw patch ;
  • Wisconsin.
  • On the banks of the Little Eau Pleine
  • The banks of the Genesee
  • Vale of our own Genesee ;
  • Housatonic.
  • The Housatonic Valley ;
  • Songs of the rivers of the East. Allegheny.
  • Hudson.
  • The ballad of Henry Green
  • Benny Havens, oh!
  • The Hudson side
  • Joe Thomas
  • Johnny has gone for a soldier
  • New York, oh what a charming city
  • The shantyman's life
  • The weeping willow
  • Where Hudson's wave ;
  • Have you struck Ile? ;
  • Juniata.
  • The blue Juniata ;
  • Lehigh.
  • Down in the Lehigh Valley ;
  • Merrimac.
  • Jim Brown
  • Olban, or, The white captive ;
  • Mohawk.
  • Bonny Eloise ;
  • Niagara.
  • Brandywine.
  • Buffalo gals
  • Niagara Falls ;
  • Penobscot.
  • The logger's boast
  • St. Lawrence.
  • Brave Wolfe
  • Canadian boat song
  • My birchbark canoe ;
  • Schuylkill.
  • Schuylkill rowing song ;
  • The banks of the Brandywine ;
  • Susquehanna.
  • The ballad of Peter Gray
  • Old Butler's
  • Such a gettin' upstairs
  • Songs of the rivers of the South. Alabama.
  • The rose of Alabama ;
  • Catawba.
  • Dearest Mae ;
  • Cumberland.
  • Cumberland Gap ;
  • Charles.
  • Deep.
  • Poor Omie ;
  • James.
  • Stonewall Jackson's requiem
  • 'Twill neber do to gib it up so ;
  • Kentucky.
  • Darling Nelly Gray
  • Hunters of Kentucky
  • My old Kentucky home ;
  • Mississippi.
  • The bridge ;
  • Betsy Baker
  • A life on the Vicksburg Bluff
  • Nelly was a lady
  • My old cabin home
  • Roll out! heave dat cotton
  • Way down in Cairo ;
  • Pearl.
  • Poor Juna ;
  • Pee Dee.
  • Ole Pee Dee
  • Delaware.
  • On the banks of the old Pee Dee
  • Way down on the ole Pee Dee ;
  • Potomac.
  • All quiet along the Potomac
  • Grave of Washington ;
  • St. Johns.
  • Baby, did you hear?
  • Oh honey, I'm going down the river ;
  • Sandy.
  • The Vance song ;
  • Ben Bolt ;
  • Santee.
  • Gentle Nettie Moore ;
  • Shenandoah.
  • Stonewall Jackson's way ;
  • Stone.
  • Stone River ;
  • Suwannee.
  • Old folks at home ;
  • Tar.
  • Ole Tare River
Control code
ocn795888611
Dimensions
31 cm.
Extent
1 score (xi, 196 p.)
Lccn
2012657890
Other physical details
ill.

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