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The Resource Mel Bay presents ballads & songs of the Civil War, [compiled] by Jerry Silverman

Mel Bay presents ballads & songs of the Civil War, [compiled] by Jerry Silverman

Label
Mel Bay presents ballads & songs of the Civil War
Title
Mel Bay presents ballads & songs of the Civil War
Statement of responsibility
[compiled] by Jerry Silverman
Title variation
  • Ballads & songs of the Civil War
  • Ballads and songs of the Civil War
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
OCP
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1931-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Silverman, Jerry
Form of composition
songs
Format of music
full score
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Mel Bay Publications, Inc
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  • United States
  • War songs
  • Ballads, English
  • Spirituals (Songs)
Label
Mel Bay presents ballads & songs of the Civil War, [compiled] by Jerry Silverman
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • For voice and piano with chord symbols
  • Spine title: Ballads & songs of the Civil War
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Union. The battle cry of freedom ; The battle hymn of the Republic ; Give us a flag ; For the dear old flag I die ; Marching along ; The army of the free ; Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! ; Nine miles to the junction ; The why and the wherefore ; Marching through Georgia -- The Confederacy. Dixie's land ; The bonnie blue flag ; The yellow rose of Texas ; Maryland, my Maryland ; The young volunteer ; We conquer or die ; Stonewall Jackson's way ; Riding a raid ; Southrons' chaunt of defiance -- Lincoln. Old Abe Lincoln came out of the wilderness ; Lincoln and liberty ; Abraham's daughter ; Abraham's daughter, II ; We are coming, Father Abr'am ; We'll fight for Uncle Abe ; Booth killed Lincoln -- Universal sentiments. Weeping sad and lonely ; Who will care for Mother now? ; All quiet along the Potomac ; Do they miss me at home? ; Lorena ; The vacant chair ; Home, sweet home ; The drummer boy of Shiloh ; The southern soldier boy ; The faded coat of blue ; Somebody's darling ; Just before the battle, Mother ;
  • (cont.) Just after the battle -- Soldiers' songs. Tenting on the old camp ground ; I'll be a sergeant ; Goober peas ; The New York volunteer ; Drink it down ; Farewell to grog ; The old Union wagon ; We've drunk from the same canteen ; The brass-mounted army ; The valiant conscript ; Cumberland Gap ; There was an old soldier ; Johnny is my darling ; When Johnny comes marching home ; The Rebel soldier ; The southern soldier ; Pat Murphy of the Irish Brigade ; I can whip the scoundrel ; Here's your mule -- Battles. Cairo ; Flight of doodles ; The Battle of Shiloh ; The Battle of Shiloh Hill ; The Cumberland and the Merrimac ; The Cumberland crew -- Virginia's bloody soil ; Roll, Alabama, roll ; When Sherman marched down to the sea ; A life on the Vicksburg bluff ; The fall of Charleston ; Brother Green -- Negro spirituals & abolitionist songs. Go down, Moses ; Follow the drinking gourd ; Many thousand gone ; Clear the track ; We wait beneath the furnace blast ; Steal away ; My Father, how long? ;
  • (cont.) Slavery chain done broke at last ; The gold band ; Oh, Freedom ; Free at last -- The lighter side. Sixty-three is the Jubilee ; Grafted into the Army ; Sambo's right to be kilt ; Billy Barlow ; Kingdom coming ; Babylon is fallen ; De day of liberty's comin' ; I goes to fight mit Sigel ; The Grant pill ; Richmond is a hard road to travel ; Overtures from Richmond ; High-toned southern gentleman ; Hard times in Dixie ; Jeff in petticoats -- Post bellum. Oh, I'm a good old rebel ; The blue and the gray
Control code
ocm28642360
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
1 score (272 pages)
Isbn
9781562225810
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
781.62009034 Si39 ; ANF ; AD.
Other physical details
illustrations
Publisher number
MB94734
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o28642360
  • (Sirsi)9143379
Label
Mel Bay presents ballads & songs of the Civil War, [compiled] by Jerry Silverman
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • For voice and piano with chord symbols
  • Spine title: Ballads & songs of the Civil War
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Union. The battle cry of freedom ; The battle hymn of the Republic ; Give us a flag ; For the dear old flag I die ; Marching along ; The army of the free ; Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! ; Nine miles to the junction ; The why and the wherefore ; Marching through Georgia -- The Confederacy. Dixie's land ; The bonnie blue flag ; The yellow rose of Texas ; Maryland, my Maryland ; The young volunteer ; We conquer or die ; Stonewall Jackson's way ; Riding a raid ; Southrons' chaunt of defiance -- Lincoln. Old Abe Lincoln came out of the wilderness ; Lincoln and liberty ; Abraham's daughter ; Abraham's daughter, II ; We are coming, Father Abr'am ; We'll fight for Uncle Abe ; Booth killed Lincoln -- Universal sentiments. Weeping sad and lonely ; Who will care for Mother now? ; All quiet along the Potomac ; Do they miss me at home? ; Lorena ; The vacant chair ; Home, sweet home ; The drummer boy of Shiloh ; The southern soldier boy ; The faded coat of blue ; Somebody's darling ; Just before the battle, Mother ;
  • (cont.) Just after the battle -- Soldiers' songs. Tenting on the old camp ground ; I'll be a sergeant ; Goober peas ; The New York volunteer ; Drink it down ; Farewell to grog ; The old Union wagon ; We've drunk from the same canteen ; The brass-mounted army ; The valiant conscript ; Cumberland Gap ; There was an old soldier ; Johnny is my darling ; When Johnny comes marching home ; The Rebel soldier ; The southern soldier ; Pat Murphy of the Irish Brigade ; I can whip the scoundrel ; Here's your mule -- Battles. Cairo ; Flight of doodles ; The Battle of Shiloh ; The Battle of Shiloh Hill ; The Cumberland and the Merrimac ; The Cumberland crew -- Virginia's bloody soil ; Roll, Alabama, roll ; When Sherman marched down to the sea ; A life on the Vicksburg bluff ; The fall of Charleston ; Brother Green -- Negro spirituals & abolitionist songs. Go down, Moses ; Follow the drinking gourd ; Many thousand gone ; Clear the track ; We wait beneath the furnace blast ; Steal away ; My Father, how long? ;
  • (cont.) Slavery chain done broke at last ; The gold band ; Oh, Freedom ; Free at last -- The lighter side. Sixty-three is the Jubilee ; Grafted into the Army ; Sambo's right to be kilt ; Billy Barlow ; Kingdom coming ; Babylon is fallen ; De day of liberty's comin' ; I goes to fight mit Sigel ; The Grant pill ; Richmond is a hard road to travel ; Overtures from Richmond ; High-toned southern gentleman ; Hard times in Dixie ; Jeff in petticoats -- Post bellum. Oh, I'm a good old rebel ; The blue and the gray
Control code
ocm28642360
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
1 score (272 pages)
Isbn
9781562225810
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
781.62009034 Si39 ; ANF ; AD.
Other physical details
illustrations
Publisher number
MB94734
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o28642360
  • (Sirsi)9143379

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