Traditional music of America. Introd. by Judith McCulloh.

; McCulloh, Judith, 1935-
Hatboro, Pa., Folklore Associates, [1965 [1940] .

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
Gelman stacks
M 1629 .F69 T7 1965 (show me on map) Available Request
American
Music Library, Katzen Arts Center
M1629.F69 T7 Available Request
Catholic
Mullen Library stacks Music
M1629 .F67 1965 Available Request
Other Authors Ford, Ira W. 1878-1960.
McCulloh, Judith, 1935-
Subjects Ballads, English -- United States.
Ballads, English.
Folk music -- United States.
Folk music.
Folk songs, English -- United States.
Folk songs, English.
United States.
Description xv, 480 pages portrait 24 cm
Copyright Date [1965 [1940]
©1940
Notes Principally fiddle tunes, in part with words.
Reprint of the original Dutton edition of 1940.
Contents Children's play songs of the village green (Green gravel ; Go in and out the window ; Hip-etty-hop ; London bridge is falling down ; Old Jubiter ; Prince William ; Ring-a-round of roses ; Round the mulberry bush ; Sally go round the chimney pot ; The farmer in the dell ; The miller boy ; Yankee doodle).
Galops (Prince's galop ; Rockit galop).
Marches (Exhibition march numbers 1 ; Exhibition march numbers 2 ; Review quickstep).
Mazurkas (First love mazurka ; Jennie mazurka).
Old-time ballads and songs of entertainment (A little more cider too ; Barney McCoy ; Because she ain't built that way ; Blow the man down ; Blow, boys, blow ; Bridget Donohue ; Carry me back to old Virginny ; Climbing up the golden stair ; Daddy ; Dancing in the barn ; Dear Katie ; Good-bye, Liza Jane ; Good-bye, my lover, good-bye ; Grandma's advice ; Gum tree canoe ; Handsome Harry ; History of the world ; I wish I was single again ; I wish I wuz a little rock ; I'se goin' to say good-bye ; I'se gwine to weep no more ; Jennie Johnson ; Johnny's so long at the fair ; Joshua Ebenezer Fry ; Keep dat 'possum warm ; Kiss me quick and go ; Kitty clover ; Leaf by leaf the roses fall ; Long time ago ; Lucky Jim ; Maiden's romance ; McSorley's twins ; My boyhood happy days down on the farm ; My Nellie's blue eyes ; Oh! I should like to marry ; Old sayings ; Peek-a-boo! ; Possum valley ; Preacher and the bear ; Put my in my little bed ; Riley's goat ; Robinson Crusoe ; Sandy Sam and Rusty Jiggs ; Shamus O'Brien ; She'll be comin' round the mountain ; Silver bells of memory ; Stay on the farm ; Sweet memories of thee ; Sweet Marie ; Sweethearts and wives ; The bull-dog on the bank ; The Campbells are coming ; The drunkard's lone child ; The forty acre farm ; The gipsy's warning ; The little old log cabin in the lane ; The little maid milking her cow ; The 999 ; The parlor ; The thinnest man I ever saw ; The widow in the cottage by the sea ; The year of jubilo ; Twenty years ago ; Way down yonder in the cornfield ; Way out west in Kansas ; When Johnny comes marching home ; When the swallows homeward fly ; Where was Moses when the light went out? ; Whoa! mule, whoa! ; You never miss the water till the well runs dry).
Old-time play party songs (Down the Ohio ; I sent my brown jug down to town ; Jim-along Josey ; Make a cake for Charley ; Old brass wagon ; Shoot the buffalo ; Skip-to-my-lou ; We'll all go down to rousers).
Parodies (Bought a rooster ; Conundrum song ; The dummy line ; Father's whiskers ; Hoops, my dears! ; Marching on Georgia ; Old John Brown had a little Indian ; Paddy's curiosity shop ; Polly kimo ; Pop, goes the question ; Pupil's song ; The song of states ; Song of song titles ; There was a little hen ; The mule ; The train pulled in the station ; Three crows ; Tough luck ; Turkey in the straw ; Uncle Sam's farm ; We'll all pull through ; Whoa! mule, whoa!).
Patriotic songs (Battle cry of freedom ; Bonnie blue flag ; Free America ; Marching through Georgia ; My country, 'tis of thee ; Red, white and blue ; Sherman's march to the sea ; Star-spangled banner ; Stonewall's requiem ; Tenting on the old camp-ground).
Polkas (Con's favorite polka ; The esmeralda ; Evergreen polka ; Fairy polka ; Gorman polka ; Hand organ polka ; Heel and toe polka ; High point polka ; Jenny Lind's favorite polka ; Mount Vernon polka ; Old Warsaw polka ; Serious polka ; Silver heels polka ; The banjo polka).
Round dance music (Aurora waltz ; Blue hills waltz ; Broom waltz ; Charleston glide waltz ; The cotillion ; Dell's delight waltz ; Five step waltz ; Garland waltz ; I'll be all smiles tonight waltz ; Irma waltz ; Kate Kearney waltz ; Kick a Dutchman ; Newport on the Narragansett waltz ; Over the waves waltz ; Poodle dog waltz ; Rose waltz ; Shamus O'Brien waltz ; Shanty boat waltz ; Si Hanks waltz ; Sleepy robin waltz ; Steamboat waltz ; Sweet Evelina waltz ; The last waltz ; The rye waltz ; The shenandoah waltz ; Valley waltz ; When the leaves begin to fall waltz ; You and I waltz).
Schottisches (Annie Laurie schottische ; College schottische ; Crystal schottische ; Meadow schottische ; Military schottische ; Mockingbird schottische ; Old-fashioned schottische ; Rainbow schottische ; Redman's favorite schottische ; Rochester schottische ; Smoky Mountain schottische ; Woodland schottische).
Song verses (A life on the ocean wave ; The battle cry of freedom ; The bonnie blue flag ; Buffalo girls ; Buy a broom ; Captain Jinks ; Clear the kitchen ; Dancin' on de green ; Drunken sailor ; Free America ; Them golden slippers ; The girl I left behind me ; Green grow the rushes, o! ; I'll be all smiles tonight ; Jim Crow ; Johnny Morgan ; Jordan am a hard road to trabbel ; Kemo kimo ; Little brown jug ; Lucy Long ; Marching through Georgia ; Molly, put the kettle on ; My country, 'tis of thee ; Old Bob Ridley ; Old Dan Tucker ; Old Joe Clark ; Old Rosin the beau ; Old zip coon ; Polly wolly doodle ; Pop goes the weasel ; Red, white and blue ; Root, hog, or die ; Sally Goodin ; Shamus O'Brien ; Sherman's march to the sea ; The star-spangled banner ; Sweet Evelina ; T'other side of Jordan ; Tenting on the old camp-ground ; Twinkle, little star ; Wait for the wagon ; Yankee doodle).
Square dance calls (American national lancers ; Bird in the cage ; Cast off six, four and two ; Cheat or swing ; Circassian circle ; Down east breakdown ; Forward six and right and left four ; Ladies' triumph ; Lady round the lady ; Money musk ; Old California ; Old Dan Tucker ; Oyster River ; Polka quadrille ; Polka on the corners ; Portland fancy ; Roquet six and eight ; Sally Goodin ; Six-hand reel ; Square eight ; The beginner's set ; The cotillion ; The girl I left behind me ; The grapevine ; The lancers ; The mountain reel ; The Paul Jones ; The Spanish waltz ; The Virginia reel ; Twin sisters ; Waltz quadrille).
Square dance music (Across the river ; A life on the ocean wave ; All around the town ; Andy McShane ; Arkansaw traveler ; Auld lang syne ; The belled buzzard ; Betty Baker ; Billy in the low land ; Billy the barber ; Bill Simmons ; Blue bonnet ; Blue Mountain boys reel ; Bobtail hoss ; Bonnie Gay's reel ; Bonnie sweet Bessie ; Bricklayer's hornpipe ; Bring that gal along ; Broken lantern ; Buffalo girls ; Cackling hen ; Caledonian hornpipe ; Canadian river ; Candy girl ; Captain Jinks ; Carry me back to old Virginia ; Cheat or swing ; Chicken reel ; Christmas hornpipe ; Cincinnati hornpipe ; Circassian circle ; Clear the kitchen ; Climbing up the golden stair ; Cluck, old hen ; Commence ye darkies all ; Concordia ; Constitution hornpipe ; Coonie in the creek ; Corinthian hornpipe ; Cotton eyed Joe ; Cradling rye ; Cripple creek ; Crown point ; The cuckoo ; Darling child ; Dashing sergeant ; The devil among the tailors ; Devil's dream ; The devil in a canebrake ; Dixon's slide ; Dolly Brown ; The double shuffle ; Doug's favorite (or Mountain Hornpipe) ; Drunken sailor ; Durang's hornpipe ; Dusty Sam ; Dutch girl ; Echoes from the Ozarks ; Eighth of January ; Evangeline ; Fairy dance ; Finis jig ; Fisher's hornpipe ; Flannel jacket ; Flop-eared mule ; Forked deer ; Garry Owen ; Garcon Volange ; Geese in the bog ; Gilderoy ; Ginger blue ; Git along Cindy ; Golden eagle ; Golden fleece ; Good ax elve ; Good for the tongue ; Good night, ladies ; Dem golden slippers ; Go to the devil and shake yourself ; Granny plays the fiddle ; Granny will your dog bite? ; Great big taters in sandy land ; Grey eagle ; Green grow the rushes, o! ; Greenville ; Haste to the wedding ; Hell among the yearlin's ; Hell on the Wabash ; Hoe cake ; Hop along, Sally ; Hull's victory ; Huntsman's hornpipe ; Injun John ; Irish miller ; Irish washwoman ; Irontown ; Jack's favorite tune ; Jelly jig ; Jay bird ; Jim Crow ; Jimmie Jinks ; John Brown ; Johnson gal ; Johnny Morgan ; John Smith's hornpipe ; Johnny stole a ham ; Johnny Queen's clog ; Jolly dogs ; Katy's rambles ; Kemo kimo ; Kendall's hornpipe ; Ladies' choice ; Lamplighter's hornpipe ; Lane ; Leather britches ; Le Petre's hornpipe ; Listen to the mocking bird ; Little brown jug ; Lonesome Katy ; Lone star clog ; Lost Indian ; Louisville hornpipe ; Lucy Long ; Marching maids ; Mason's hornpipe ; McLeod's reel ; Melodeon hornpipe ; Melton's parade ; Midnight ; Minnie Moore ; Mississippi sawyer ; Money musk ; Mountain ranger ; Mountain reel ; Natchez under the hill ; Nelson's victory ; New London ; Old Aunt Jenny ; Old ball ; Old Bob Ridley ; Ole bull ; Old Dan Tucker ; Old grey goose ; Old Gregory ; Old hickory ; Old Joe Clark ; Old Jubiter ; Old Kentucky roan ; Old Molly Hare ; Old Mother Logo ; Old pork bosom ; Old raccoon ; Ol' ridin' hoss ; Old soldier ; Old Taylor ; Old time clog ; Old Towser ; Old yaller houn' ; Opera reel ; Oyster river ; Paddy won't you drink some good old cider? ; Paddy whack ; Pewter mug ; Perry's victory ; Picnic romp ; Polly, put the kettle on ; Polly wolly doodle ; Poor old Robinson Crusoe ; Pop goes the weasel ; Portland fancy ; Possum up a 'simmon tree ; Possum up a gum stump ; Possum creek ; Post-oak grove ; Pretty girl milkin' her cow ; Puncheon floor ; Quindaro ; Rag time Annie ; Redman's reel ; Red lion hornpipe ; Reuben ; Rickett's hornpipe ; Rippytoe Ray ; Rob Roy ; Root, hog, or die ; Rosin the bow ; Run, nigger, run ; Running from the federals ; Rustic dance ; Rye straw ; Sail away, lady ; Sailors on shore ; Sailor's hornpipe ; Sally Goodin ; Sandy Hook ; Scotch numbers 2 ; Seneca square dance ; Shawl dance ; Sicilian circle ; Six hand reel ; Slim gal ; Smoky Mountain ; Snapping jig ; Soldier's dance ; Soldier's joy ; Speed the plow ; Spirit of New Orleans ; Splittin' rails ; Sprig of shillelagh ; Steamboat quickstep ; Step to the music, Johnny ; St. Patrick's day ; String town ; Sugar in the gourd ; Swallow tail coat ; Tabour ; Ten mile ; Tennessee reel ; The Campbells are coming ; The girl I left behind me ; The old grey mare ; The wind that shakes the barley ; The waterfall ; Ticonderoga ; Till the cows come home ; Tip toe, pretty Betty Martin ; T'other side of Jordan ; Turkey in the straw ; Twinkle little star ; Twin sisters ; Uncle Joe ; Venetian hornpipe ; Village hornpipe ; Vinton's hornpipe ; Virginia reel ; Wagner ; The wagoneer ; Wait for the wagon ; Walk jawbone ; Wearing of the green ; We won't go home till morning ; When darkies are sad ; When pappy goes to town ; White cockade ; Wild horse ; Wilson's clog ; The yankee trot ; Young Dan Tucker ; Zara jig).
Traditions of American fiddle tunes (Arkansaw traveler ; The belled buzzard ; Eighth of January ; Forked deer ; Great big taters in sandy land ; Gringo ; The lost Indian ; Mississippi sawyer ; Old yaller houn' ; Old Molly Hare ; Puncheon floor ; Step to the music, Johnny ; The wagoneer ; Young Dan Tucker).
Tunes with the violin discorded (Bonaparte's retreat ; Drunken hiccoughs ; Lost Indian ; Ripptytoe Ray ; Rosin the bow ; Sally Goodin ; Sugar Betty Ann).
Varsoviennes (Varsovienne numbers 1 ; Varsovienne numbers 2).
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6601447
(OCoLC)ocm06601447
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