Ancient ballads traditionally sung in New England, from the Helen Hartness Flanders ballad collection, Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt. Correlated with the numbered Francis James Child collection. Critical analyses by Tristram P. Coffin. Music

; Coffin, Tristram Potter, 1922- ; Nettl, Bruno, 1930-
Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press [1960-1965] .

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Other Authors Coffin, Tristram Potter, 1922-
Nettl, Bruno, 1930-
Subjects Ballads, English -- New England.
Folk-songs, English -- New England.
Description 4 v. 22 cm.
Notes Melodies.
Contents v. 1, ballads 1-51. Riddles wisely expounded ; The elfin knight ; The false knight upon the road ; Lady Isabel and the elf-knight ; Willie's lady ; Earl Brand ; The bold soldier ; The twa sisters ; The cruel brother ; Lord Randal ; Edward ; Babylon ; Hind horn ; Sir Lionel ; The cruel mother ; Saint Stephen and Herod ; Willie's lyke-wake ; The twa corbies ; The boy and the mantle ; The half-hitch ; The Broomfield Hill ; King John and the bishop ; Captain Wedderburn's courtship ; The twa brothers ; Lizie Wan -- v. 2, ballads 53-93. Young Beichan ; The cherry tree carol ; Dives and Lazarus ; Child Waters ; Jack, the jolly tar ; Young hunting ; Lord Thomas and Fair Annet ; Fair Margaret and Sweet William ; Lord Lovel ; The lass of Roch Royal ; Sweet William's ghost ; The unquiet grave ; The wife of Usher's Well ; Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard ; Child Maurice ; Barbara Allen ; Young Johnstone ; Lamkin -- v. 3, ballads 95-243. The maid freed from the gallows ; The gay goshawk ; Johnny Scot ; Willie O Winsbury ; The bailiff's daughter of Islington ; The famous flower of servingmen ; The baffled knight ; The bold pedlar and Robin Hood ; Robin Hood rescuing three squires ; Robin Hood and the bishop ; Sir Hugh, or, The Jew's daughter ; Queen Eleanor's confession ; Gude Wallace ; The hunting of the cheviot, or, Chevy Chase ; King Henry the Fifth's conquest of France ; The rose of England ; Johnie Armstrong ; The Duke of Bedford ; Mary Hamilton ; Northumberland betrayal by Douglas ; Captain Car, or, Edom O Gordon ; The bonnie Earl of Murray ; The bonnie House of Airlie ; The gypsy laddie ; Geordie ; Bonnie James Campbell ; Sir James the Ross ; The braes of Yarrow ; The squire of Edinboroughtown ; Lizie Lindsay ; Huntingtower ; Johnny Doyle ; James Harris, or, The daemon lover -- v. 4, ballads 250-295. Sir Andrew Barton ; Henry Martyn ; John Thomson and the Turk ; The Suffolk miracle ; Our goodman ; Get up and bar the door ; The wife wrapped in wether's skin ; The farmer's curst wife ; The keach i' the creel ; The Yorkshire bite ; The Coast of Barbary ; The sweet trinity, or, The golden vanity ; Captain Ward and the Rainbow ; The mermaid ; John of Hazelgreen ; The Irish lady, or, Sally from London.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00939031
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