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The Civil War songbook : complete original sheet music for 37 songs, selected, and with an introd., by Richard Crawford

Label
The Civil War songbook : complete original sheet music for 37 songs
Title
The Civil War songbook
Title remainder
complete original sheet music for 37 songs
Statement of responsibility
selected, and with an introd., by Richard Crawford
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Covers categories as: patriotic songs, the soldiering life, battlefield deaths, domestic scenes, and emancipation songs
Accompanying matter
historical information
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
783.0942
Form of composition
songs
Format of music
full score
LC call number
  • M1637
  • Q782.4264 C
LC item number
.C6
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
Label
The Civil War songbook : complete original sheet music for 37 songs, selected, and with an introd., by Richard Crawford
Instantiates
Publication
Note
The songs are "reprinted from the original sheet music in the collections of William Lloyd Keepers and Lester S. Levy, and in the William Clements Library, Univ. of Michigan."
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The bonnie blue flag
  • words Harry Macarthy
  • Maryland, my Maryland!
  • words James Ryder Randall
  • The southrons' chaunt of defiance
  • music Armand Edward Blackmar
  • Patriotic songs.
  • The battle cry of freedom
  • words & music George Frederick Root
  • Battle hymn of the republic
  • words Julia Ward Howe
  • Glory! glory! hallelujah!
  • Dixie's land : Dixie
  • words & music Daniel Decatur Emmett
  • The prisoner's hope
  • words & music George Frederick Root
  • Just before the battle, Mother
  • words & music George Frederick Root
  • The soldier's return
  • words W.H. Morris, music John Rogers Thomas
  • Tenting on the old camp ground
  • words & music Walter Kittredge
  • All quiet along the Potomac to-night
  • words Ethel Lynn Beers, music John Hill Hewitt
  • The soldiering life.
  • The Grant pill, or,
  • Unconditional surrender
  • words Harriet L. Castle, music arr. by James Cox Beckel
  • O I'm a good old rebel
  • We are coming Father Abra'am
  • words James Sloan Gibbons, music Luther Orlando Emerson
  • Marching through Georgia
  • words & music Henry Clay Work
  • Who'll save the left?
  • words R. Tompkins, music George Frederick Root
  • Tramp! tramp! tramp!, or,
  • words & music Henry Clay Work
  • The dying volunteer
  • words & music G. Gumpert
  • Bear gently, so gently, the roughly made bier
  • words Mrs. E.A.B. Mitchell, music Chr. Mathias
  • Battlefield deaths.
  • The children of the battle field
  • words & music James Gowdy Clark
  • Comrades, I am dying!
  • words Thomas Manahan, music B. Sontag
  • The drummer boy of Shiloh
  • words & music Will. S. (William Shakespeare) Hays
  • Little major
  • When Johnny comes marching home
  • words & music Louis Lambert [by] Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore
  • The vacant chair, or,
  • We shall meet but we shall miss him
  • words & music George Frederick Root
  • Brave boys are they!
  • words & music Henry Clay Work
  • Mother is the battle over?
  • music Benedict E. Roefs
  • Grafted into the army
  • Domestic scenes.
  • words & music Henry Clay Work
  • Jeff in petticoats
  • words George Cooper, music Henry Tucker
  • Can I go, dearest Mother?
  • music Bernard Covert
  • Weeping, sad and lonely, or,
  • When this cruel war is over
  • words Charles Carroll Sawyer, music Henry Tucker
  • O come you from the battle-field?
  • words & music George Frederick Root
  • Sixty-three is the jubilee
  • words J.L. Greene, music D.A. French
  • We are coming from the cotton fields
  • words J.C--n, music J.C. Wallace
  • Emancipation songs.
  • The new emancipation song
  • words R.A.T., music Mrs. E.A. Parkhurst
  • Glory! glory!, or,
  • The little octoroon
  • words & music George Frederick Root
  • Kingdom coming
  • words & music Henry Clay Work
Control code
744134
Dimensions
31 cm
Extent
xiii, 157 pages
Isbn
9780486234229
Lccn
76020846
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
unspecified
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm03295672
  • (OCoLC)3295672
Label
The Civil War songbook : complete original sheet music for 37 songs, selected, and with an introd., by Richard Crawford
Publication
Note
The songs are "reprinted from the original sheet music in the collections of William Lloyd Keepers and Lester S. Levy, and in the William Clements Library, Univ. of Michigan."
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The bonnie blue flag
  • words Harry Macarthy
  • Maryland, my Maryland!
  • words James Ryder Randall
  • The southrons' chaunt of defiance
  • music Armand Edward Blackmar
  • Patriotic songs.
  • The battle cry of freedom
  • words & music George Frederick Root
  • Battle hymn of the republic
  • words Julia Ward Howe
  • Glory! glory! hallelujah!
  • Dixie's land : Dixie
  • words & music Daniel Decatur Emmett
  • The prisoner's hope
  • words & music George Frederick Root
  • Just before the battle, Mother
  • words & music George Frederick Root
  • The soldier's return
  • words W.H. Morris, music John Rogers Thomas
  • Tenting on the old camp ground
  • words & music Walter Kittredge
  • All quiet along the Potomac to-night
  • words Ethel Lynn Beers, music John Hill Hewitt
  • The soldiering life.
  • The Grant pill, or,
  • Unconditional surrender
  • words Harriet L. Castle, music arr. by James Cox Beckel
  • O I'm a good old rebel
  • We are coming Father Abra'am
  • words James Sloan Gibbons, music Luther Orlando Emerson
  • Marching through Georgia
  • words & music Henry Clay Work
  • Who'll save the left?
  • words R. Tompkins, music George Frederick Root
  • Tramp! tramp! tramp!, or,
  • words & music Henry Clay Work
  • The dying volunteer
  • words & music G. Gumpert
  • Bear gently, so gently, the roughly made bier
  • words Mrs. E.A.B. Mitchell, music Chr. Mathias
  • Battlefield deaths.
  • The children of the battle field
  • words & music James Gowdy Clark
  • Comrades, I am dying!
  • words Thomas Manahan, music B. Sontag
  • The drummer boy of Shiloh
  • words & music Will. S. (William Shakespeare) Hays
  • Little major
  • When Johnny comes marching home
  • words & music Louis Lambert [by] Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore
  • The vacant chair, or,
  • We shall meet but we shall miss him
  • words & music George Frederick Root
  • Brave boys are they!
  • words & music Henry Clay Work
  • Mother is the battle over?
  • music Benedict E. Roefs
  • Grafted into the army
  • Domestic scenes.
  • words & music Henry Clay Work
  • Jeff in petticoats
  • words George Cooper, music Henry Tucker
  • Can I go, dearest Mother?
  • music Bernard Covert
  • Weeping, sad and lonely, or,
  • When this cruel war is over
  • words Charles Carroll Sawyer, music Henry Tucker
  • O come you from the battle-field?
  • words & music George Frederick Root
  • Sixty-three is the jubilee
  • words J.L. Greene, music D.A. French
  • We are coming from the cotton fields
  • words J.C--n, music J.C. Wallace
  • Emancipation songs.
  • The new emancipation song
  • words R.A.T., music Mrs. E.A. Parkhurst
  • Glory! glory!, or,
  • The little octoroon
  • words & music George Frederick Root
  • Kingdom coming
  • words & music Henry Clay Work
Control code
744134
Dimensions
31 cm
Extent
xiii, 157 pages
Isbn
9780486234229
Lccn
76020846
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
unspecified
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm03295672
  • (OCoLC)3295672

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