The Burl Ives songbook

American song in historical perspective
song versions by Burl Ives ; text by Burl Ives ; arranged for the piano by Albert Hague ; illustrations by Lamartine Le Goullon and Robert J Lee
Musical Score Book - 1953
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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Ives, Burl, 1909-1995, Hague, Albert, 1920-2001
Format: Musical Score Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Ballantine Books, c1953.
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245 0 4 |a The Burl Ives songbook :  |b American song in historical perspective /  |c song versions by Burl Ives ; text by Burl Ives ; arranged for the piano by Albert Hague ; illustrations by Lamartine Le Goullon and Robert J. Lee. 
246 3 |a Burl Ives song book 
260 |a New York :  |b Ballantine Books,  |c c1953. 
300 |a 1 score (303, [1] p.) :  |b col. illus. ;  |c 29 cm. 
500 |a Includes chord symbols. 
500 |a Includes "List of Burl Ives recordings" (p. 297-300). 
500 |a "About Burl Ives": p. 303-[304]. 
505 0 |a Chapter 1: Colonial America, 1620-1775 -- Tobacco's but an Indian weed -- Little Mohee -- Psalm three -- Confess Jehovah -- Old Hundred -- The seven joys of Mary -- The Indian Christmas carol -- Mother Goose nursery rhymes: Hey diddle diddle. Fiddle-de-dee -- Mr. Froggie went a-courting -- The tailor and the mouse -- The fox -- The escape of old John Webb -- Rounds: The hart he loves the high wood. Oh, Absalom, my son. Let Simon's beard alone -- Greensleeves -- 'Tis women -- The riddle song -- The Devil's nine questions -- Paper of pins -- The golden vanity -- Captain Kidd -- Henry Martin -- Brennan on the moor -- Edward -- Barb'ry Allen -- Lord Randall -- Lord Thomas and fair Elinore -- The foggy, foggy dew -- Pretty Polly -- Robin -- Why, soldiers, why? -- On Springfield Mountain -- The bold soldier -- Yankee Doodle. 
505 0 |a Chapter 2: Revolutionary America, 1775-1790 -- What a court hath old England -- Heart of oak -- The liberty song -- The ballad of the tea party -- The Boston tea tax -- Free America -- Chester -- Yankee Doodle (1775) -- The riflemen's song at Bennington -- The Battle of Saratoga -- The Yankee man-of-war -- Johnny has gone for a soldier -- How happy the soldier -- The battle of the kegs -- Sir Peter Parker -- Cornwallis country dance -- The world turned upside down -- My days have been so wondrous free. 
505 0 |a Chapter 3: The growing country, on the sea, 1790-1850 -- The maid of Amsterdam -- High barbaree -- The pirate song -- The Constitution and the Guerrière -- The hornet and the peacock -- Ye Parliaments of England -- The patriotic diggers -- Miss Bailey's ghost -- The hunters of Kentucky -- Yankee Doodle (1812) -- Blow the man down -- Away, Rio -- Shenandoah -- The drunken sailor -- Hullabaloo belay -- Haul away, Joe -- Sacramento -- Rolling home -- Blow ye winds -- The whale -- Song of the fishes -- The dreadnought -- The crocodile song. 
505 0 |a Chapter 4: Religious, professional and folk singing, 1800-1850 -- The wayfaring stranger -- Nearer my God to Thee -- Wondrous love -- The turtle dove -- Billy Boy : English -- Billy Boy : Irish -- The Divil and the farmer -- Aunt Rhody -- The wee cooper o' Fife -- A bonnie, wee lassie -- Old blue -- Sourwood Mountain -- Down in the valley -- Lolly too dum -- I'm sad and I'm lonely -- Careless love -- Skip to my Lou -- Turkey in the straw -- Grandfather's clock -- Old Dan Tucker -- Kemo-kimo -- The blue tail fly -- Buffalo gals -- The abolitionist hymn -- Nicodemus. 
505 0 |a Chapter 5: The frontiers of America, 1800-1850 -- The young man who wouldn't hoe corn -- The sow took the measles -- The grey goose -- Peter Gray -- The Erie Canal -- The praties they grow small -- Patrick on the railroad -- Sweet Betsy from Pike -- Yankee Doodle (1845) -- You who don't believe it -- The ox driving song -- Joe Bowers -- What was your name in the states? -- The Sioux Indians -- The hand cart song -- Old Rosin the beau -- Acres of clams -- A ripping trip -- Ben Bolt -- The shady old camp -- The little old sod shanty -- I've got no use for women -- When I was single -- Poor boy -- The Utah iron horse -- The cowboy's lament. 
504 |a "List of Burl Ives recordings": p.297-300. 
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650 0 |a Ballads, English  |z United States. 
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