Fireside book of folk songs / selected and edited by Margaret Bradford Boni ; arranged for the piano by Norman Lloyd ; illustrated by Alice and Martin Provensen.

; Lloyd, Norman, 1909-1980. arr
[New York] : Simon and Schuster, [1947] .

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Other Authors Boni, Margaret Bradford, 1893-1974.
Lloyd, Norman, 1909-1980.
Subjects Chansons folkloriques anglaises -- Arrangements instrumentaux.
Folk songs.
Series Meredydd Evans collection.
Description 1 score (323 pages) : illustrations ; 29 cm.
Copyright Date [1947]
Summary Folk songs include work songs, dance songs, nursery rhymes, ballads, marching songs, hymns and spirituals.
Contents Skye boat song -- Bendemeer's stream -- Cockles and mussels -- Bonnie George Campbell -- The riddle -- Scarborough Fair -- Bold Brennan on the moor -- Santa Lucia -- The foggy, foggy dew -- I am a poor wayfaring stranger -- The young voyageur -- The Erie canal -- Oh, Susanna! -- On top of old Smoky -- Funiculi, funicula -- Careless love -- Joe Hill -- Widdecombe Fair -- Home sweet home -- Willy, the weeper -- Peter Gray -- Arkansas traveler -- The blue bells of Scotland -- Sweet Betsy from Pike -- De Camptown races -- Turkey in the straw -- Johnny has gone for a soldier -- The wraggle-taggle gypsies, o! -- The blue-tail fly -- Au clair de la lune -- Auld lang syne -- La Jesucita -- Loch Lomond -- Clementine -- Carry me back to old Virginny -- Old folks at home -- My gentle harp -- Drink to me only with thine eyes -- John Peel -- The three ravens -- Lord Lovel -- Down in the valley -- Jeanie with the light brown hair -- Hallelujah, I'm a bum -- Barbara Allen -- Flow gently, sweet Afton -- La vidalita -- Annie Laurie -- Muss I denn? -- Nur du -- Lonesome road -- Green grow the rushes, ho! -- Every night when the sun goes in -- El cuando -- Alouette -- Robin m'aime -- Lowlands -- Yeo, heave ho! -- Shenandoah -- Drill, ye tarriers, drill! -- The Rio Grande -- Casey Jones -- Haul away, Joe -- Red River Valley -- I been wukkin' on de railroad -- Paddy works on the Erie -- Blow the man down -- Boston come-all-ye -- She'll be comin' round the mountain -- One more day -- Can't you dance the polka? -- Whoopee ti-yi-yo -- Home on the range -- The coasts of high Barbary -- A-roving -- John Henry -- The Golden Vanity -- Green grow the lilacs -- The drunken sailor -- The star spangled banner -- Many thousan' gone -- Marche Lorraine -- Dixie -- Hatikvah -- When Johnny comes marching home -- The British grenadiers -- Meadowlands -- Lili Marlene -- Song of the Great Wall -- Moscow -- God save the king -- Freiheit -- The peat-bog soldiers -- Tachanka -- Waltzing Matilda -- Los cuatro generales -- Battle hymn of the republic -- La marseillaise -- The minstrel boy -- Come, fellow workers -- Angels we have heard on high -- O little town of Bethlehem -- What child is this? -- Good Christian men, rejoice -- Jeannette, Isabella -- Adeste fideles -- Good king Wenceslas -- The twelve days of Christmas -- Coventry carol -- O sanctissima -- Deck the halls -- The first Nowell -- Joy to the world -- God rest you merry, gentlemen -- The seven joys of Mary -- Hark! the herald angels sing -- Rise up, shepherd, an' foller -- Silent night -- Masters in this hall -- Wassail song -- A mighty fortress is our God -- Who can retell? -- My faith looks up to thee -- All hail the power of Jesus' name -- Glee reigns in Galilee -- Guide me, o thou great Jehovah -- Old hundredth -- Day is dying in the west ...
Production Credits Arranged for the piano by Norman Lloyd; illustrated by Alice and Martin Provensen.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)412583
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