Georgia's heritage of song. Drawings by Virginia B. Hall.


Athens : University of Georgia Press, [1955] .

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
American
Music Library, Katzen Arts Center
M1658.G4 C6 Available Request
Subjects State songs -- Georgia.
Description 87 p. : illus., facsims. ; 23 cm.
Notes Principally songs written by Georgia poets and musicians.
Contents Georgia (official state song) -- Georgia land --Georgia -- Cherokee Rose of Georgia -- Georgia land -- Oh! It's good to be in Georgia -- Good ship Anne -- Georgia -- My Georgia land -- There is no place like Georgia -- The red old hills of Georgia -- There is no state like Georgia -- Ceremonial dance -- Indian lullaby -- Feather dance -- Gun dance -- Medicine chant -- Go roun' the border Susie -- Pay me my money down -- My God is a rock in a weary land -- You mus' come in by an' thro' de lamb -- A Georgia version of "Barbara Allan" -- Bile 'em cabbage down -- Corinna -- Little log cabin -- Bluebird through my window -- Climbin' high mountains, tryin' to get home -- Frog went a-courting -- Eating goober peas -- A plantation melody -- Ballad of the trees and the master -- Dear land of all my love -- Tampa robins -- Song of the Chattahoochee -- Rain song -- Keep on hopin' -- Mighty l'ak' a rose -- Sweet miss Mary -- Wildwood flowers -- From Greenland's icy mountains -- Morning hymn -- My faith looks up to thee -- Nearer, my God, to thee -- Work, for the night is coming -- A charge to keep I have -- Come, thou almighty king -- Christ the Lord is risen today -- Hark! The herald angels sing -- Jesus, lover of my soul -- Hurrah for our flag! -- The Bonnie blue flag -- Dixie, the land of king cotton -- Come where my love lies dreaming.
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(OCoLC)568603
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