Cowboy and western songs; a comprehensive anthology. Edited by Austin E. and Alta S. Fife. Music editor: Mary Jo Schwab, with illus. by J.K. Ralston.

; Fife, Alta (Alta Stevens), 1912-1996, compiler ; Schwab, Mary Jo, editor ; Ralston, J. K., 1896-
[1st ed.].. New York, C.N. Potter; distributed by Crown Publishers [©1969] .

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
American
Music Library, Katzen Arts Center
M1628 .F54 Available Request
Other Authors Fife, Alta 1912-1996,
Schwab, Mary Jo,
Ralston, J. K., 1896-
Subjects Ballads, English -- West (U.S.)
Ballads, English.
Cowboys -- Songs and music.
Cowboys.
Folk music -- West (U.S.)
Folk music.
Folk songs, English -- West (U.S.)
Folk songs, English.
United States, West.
Description 372 pages illustrations 29 cm
Notes Unacc. with chords in guitar tablature.
"Lexicon": pages 345-360.
Contents Shenandoah -- The buffalo hunters -- The wild rippling water -- A hunting tale -- Old Rosin the beau -- The wagoner's lad -- Bonny black Bess -- Squeball -- Johnny cake -- Rigby Johnson Chandler -- Root hog or die -- Joe Bowers -- Ox driving song -- A ripping trip -- The California brothers -- Steamboat Bill -- That is even so -- The Wells and Fargo line -- Sweet Betsey from Pike -- Freighting from Wilcox to Globe -- Whoa! ha! buck and Jerry boy -- The Lane County bachelor -- Dakota land -- The dreary Black Hills -- The little old sod shanty -- St. George and the drag-on -- Hell in Texas -- Idyl of the plains -- When I was a cowboy -- The hills of Mexico -- The Texas cowboy -- In Kansas -- My ma was born in Texas -- Clementine -- Cowboy boasters -- Life in a prairie shack -- Punchin' dough -- Blood on the saddle -- The lavender cowboy -- The Indian's death song -- Haunted wood -- Fair lady of the plains -- Sioux Indians -- Texas Jack -- Custer's last charge -- Billy Veniro -- Little Mohea -- Belle Brandon -- Mustang gray -- Red wing -- Juanita -- Border affair -- Going west -- Lily of the west -- Where the bravest cowboys lie -- Red River Valley -- Red River shore -- Down in the valley -- Roving cowboy -- Bucking broncho -- Powder river.
The girl I left behind me -- My parents raised me tenderly -- The girl that wore a waterfall -- No use for the women -- The trail to Mexico -- Pattonio -- The strawberry roan -- Chopo -- Powderhorn -- The educated feller -- The tenderfoot -- The moonshine steer -- Tying knots in the devil's tail -- Windy Bill -- Git along little dogies -- Railroad corral -- The old Chisholm trail -- Little Joe the wrangler -- Utah Carl -- When the work's all done this fall -- Lay down little dogies -- Old Paint -- The poor lonesome cowboy -- Doney gal -- The cowboy's life -- Wee little Piute -- Blue mountain -- Cowboy's home sweet home -- Curtains of night -- Bring him back dead or alive -- I've been all around this world -- Jesse James -- Cole Younger -- Sam Bass -- Billy the Kid -- Queen of the desperadoes -- Shoot the buffalo -- Skip to my lou -- Up and down the railroad track -- Buffalo gals -- Red River gal -- Bunkhouse orchestra -- The high-toned dance -- At a cowboy dance -- Snagtooth Sal -- Ragtime Cowboy Joe -- Home on the range -- The cowboy's ride -- The old cowboy -- Cattle call -- The Pecos punchers -- -- Way out in Idaho -- Lone Star trail -- The last longhorn -- Cowboy again for a day -- The dying cowboy -- The dying outlaw -- The streets of Laredo -- The dying cowboy of Rim Rock Ranch -- Cowboy's meditation -- The grand roundup -- The cowboy's soliloquy -- The glory trail -- The hell-bound train -- The cattleman's prayer -- The buffalo range -- A cowboy's prayer.
Genre Music.
Geographic Area West (U.S.)
Southwest, New
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm23356082
(OCoLC)23356082
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