Best loved American folk songs (Folk song: U. S. A.) Collected, adapted, and arr. by John A. Lomax & Alan Lomax. Music arrangements by Charles Seeger & Ruth Seeger.

; Lomax, Alan, 1915-2002
New York, Grosset & Dunlap [c1947] .

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Music Library, Katzen Arts Center
M1628 .L8 Available Request
Van Ness stacks
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WRLC Shared Collections Facility
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WRLC Shared Collections Facility
M1629.L85 F6 Off-site
Other Title Folk song: U.S.A.
Other Authors Lomax, Alan, 1915-2002.
Subjects Folk-songs, American -- Texts.
Folk-songs, American.
Popular culture -- United States.
United States -- Civilization.
Description xvi, 407 p. 28 cm.
Notes First published 1947 under title: Folk song: U. S. A.
For voice and piano, with guitar symbols.
Contents Buckeye Jim -- All the pretty little horses -- Go tell Aunt Nancy -- Leatherwing bat -- Grey goose -- Mister rabbit -- Old Blue -- Ground hog -- Springfield mountain -- I was born about ten thousand years ago -- When you go a'courtin' -- Lolly-too-dum -- When I was single -- The sporting bachelors -- Jennie Jenkins -- Black, black -- Come all you fair and tender ladies -- Old Smoky -- Down in the valley -- Careless love -- Dink's song -- Easy rider (See, see rider) -- Shorty George -- Sourwood Mountain -- Old Joe Clark -- Raise a rukus -- Old Dan Tucker -- Cindy -- Black-eyed Susie -- Skip to my Lou -- Coffee grows on white oak trees -- Shoot the buffalo -- Buffalo gals -- Sweet thing -- Johnny has gone for a soldier -- Brave Wolfe -- John Brown's body -- Mademoiselle from ArmentieĢ€res -- Gee, but I want to go home -- Santy Anno -- Shenandoah -- Sacramento -- Lowlands -- Blow ye winds in the morning -- The E-ri-e -- The Bigler -- Rock about my Saro Jane -- Once more a'lumb'ring go -- Blue Mountain lake -- The jam on Gerry's rocks -- A lumberman in town -- The buffalo skinners -- Sweet Betsy from Pike -- The days of '49 -- The old settler's song -- Down, down, down -- The old Chisholm Trail -- Git along, little dogies -- The street of Laredo -- Bury me not on the lone prairie -- The cowboy's dream -- Home on the range -- Old Paint -- Rye whiskey -- Red River Valley -- The young man who wouldn't hoe corn -- Whoa, Buck! -- Pick a bale of cotton -- The boll weevil -- Starving to death on a government claim -- The state of Arkansas -- Goin' down the road feelin' bad -- Nine hundred miles -- John Henry -- Casey Jones -- Paddy works on the Erie -- O, Lula! -- Can'cha line 'em -- The big rock candy mountain -- Jesse James -- Sam Bass -- Tom Dooley -- Down in the willow garden -- Pretty Polly -- John Hardy -- Po' Laz'us -- Darlin' Corey -- Frankie and Albert -- Take a whiff on me -- The Durant jail (Hard times, poor boy) -- De midnight special -- Ain't no mo' cane on dis Brazis -- Take this hammer -- Almost done --Another man done gone -- Amazing Grace -- Poor wayfaring stranger -- Wondrous love -- Bound for the promised land -- Lonesome valley -- Po' Li'l' Jesus -- Never said a mumbalin' word -- Soon one mornin' -- When my blood runs chilly and col' -- Set down, servant -- Great gittin' up mornin' -- Sometimes I feel like a motherless child -- Freedom -- Go down, Moses -- Joshua fit the battle of Jericho -- Keep your hand on the plow.
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