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Songs of the Civil War / piano and guitar arrangements by Jerry Silverman.

; Silber, Irwin, 1925-2010
New York : Columbia University Press, 1960.

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
Mt. Vernon campus stacks
M1637 .S66 1960 Available Request
American
Music Library, Katzen Arts Center
M1637 .S55 Available Request
Georgetown
Lauinger stacks
M1637.S5 S6 Available Request
Other Authors Silber, Irwin, 1925-2010.
Silverman, Jerry, 1931-
Subjects Popular music -- United States -- To 1901.
Popular music.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Songs and music.
United States.
War songs -- United States.
War songs.
Description 1 score (385 pages) : illustrations ; 29 cm
Copyright Date 1960.
Notes Edited by Irwin Silber.
Piano accompaniment; includes chord symbols.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 365-368) and indexes.
Contents Flight of doodles -- Root hog or die (southern version) -- The battle of Shiloh -- The battle of Shiloh Hill -- Cairo -- Brother green -- Roll, Alabama, roll -- Virginia's bloody soil -- The Cumberland and the Merrimac -- The Cumberland crew -- When Sherman marched down to the sea -- The fall of Charleston -- Go down, Moses -- Follow the drinking gourd -- Steal away to Jesus -- Clear the track -- We wait beneath the furnace blast -- My father, how long? -- The gold band -- Oh freedom -- Give us a flag -- Many thousand gone -- Free at last -- Slavery chain done broke at last.
Grafted into the army -- Billy Barlow -- Billy Barlow-on the times -- Kingdom coming (Year of jubilo) -- Babylon is fallen -- De day ob liberty's comin' -- I goes to fight mit Sigel -- The girl I left behind me -- Sambo's right to be kilt -- Richmond is a hard road to travel -- Overtures from Richmond -- High-toned southern gentleman -- Hard times in Dixie -- Jeff in petticoats -- The blue and the gray -- Oh, I'm a good old rebel -- Hold the fort -- Dance me a jig -- Two brothers.
Old Abe Lincoln came out of the wilderness -- Lincoln and liberty -- The liberty ball -- Abraham's daughter -- Abraham's daughter, II -- We are coming, Father Abr'am -- We'll fight for Uncle Abe -- Booth killed Lincoln -- Weeping sad and lonely (When this cruel war is over) -- Down in Charleston jail -- All quiet along the Potomac -- Do they miss me at home? -- Do they miss me in the trenches? -- Lorena -- The vacant chair -- The drummer boy of Shiloh -- Home, sweet home -- Somebody's darling -- The southern soldier boy -- Just before the battle, Mother -- Farewell, Mother -- Just after the battle -- Who will care for Mother now? -- Who will care for Mickey now? -- The faded coat of blue.
Tenting on the old camp ground -- Tenting on the old camp ground, II -- Goober peas -- The New York volunteer -- Drink it down -- Farewell to grog -- Wait for the wagon -- The old union wagon -- The southern wagon -- The brass-mounted army -- The valiant conscript -- Confederate yankee doodle -- I'll be a sergeant -- There was an old soldier -- Johnny is my darling -- When Johnny comes marching home -- Abe Lincoln went to Washington -- For bales -- The rebel soldier -- The southern soldier -- Pat Murphy of the Irish brigade -- Here's your mule -- How are you, John Morgan? -- I can whip the scoundrel -- Cumberland Gap.
The battle cry of freedom (rallying song) -- The battle cry of freedom, II (battle song) -- Southern "Battle cry of freedom" -- The battle hymn of the republic -- John Brown's body -- The John Brown song -- The president's proclamation -- Marching song of the First Arkansas (Negro) Regiment -- For the dear old flag I die -- Marching along -- The army of the free -- Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! -- Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!, II (southern version) -- Nine miles to the junction -- The why and wherefore -- Marching through Georgia -- Dixie's land -- Dixie -- The officers of Dixie -- Union Dixie -- The bonnie blue flag -- The homespun dress -- The bonnie white flag -- Maryland, my Maryland -- Answer to "My Maryland" -- Kentucky! O Kentucky! -- We conquer or die -- The yellow rose of Texas -- Stonewall Jackson's way -- Riding a raid -- The young volunteer.
Genre Sheet music.
History.
Music.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3632285
(OCoLC)ocm03632285
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat

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