"Sound off!" : soldier songs from the Revolution to World War II

Format: Music Score 1942
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks M1629.D7 S6
Location  CLP - Main Library
Collection  Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks
Call Number  M1629.D7 S6
Remember Pearl Harbor : 1942 section. Arms for the love of America ; Song of the Army engineer ; Crash on! Artillery ; The infantry
-kings of the highway ; Song of the Signal Corps. Songs with hash-stripes : current section. The bugle-calls. Fatigue call ; Mess call ; Reveille ; Sick call ; Stable call ; Taps
The caisson song
Captain Jinks
The cavalry remount
The cavalry song
The coast artilleryman
Drill, ye engineers, drill
The drinking fusileers
Fiddlers' green
For her lover who was far away
For seven long years
I don't want no more army
The infantry song
In the good old target time
It's a way we have in the army
It was not like this in the old armee
Keep them rolling
The monkeys have no tails in Zamboanga
The mountain battery
Old King Cole
O'Reilly's gone to hell
The raw recruit
The Red Guidon
The regular army, oh!
Rogues' marches
Stand, army, to the bar
There is no work in the army
With the dirt behind their ears
You're in the army now. Hinky-dinky, parley-voo? : World War section. Army beans
ApreĢ€s la guerre fini
The Battle of Bill Run
The Battle of Paris
Bill, old dog, we're going to do yah
The brave grenadier
Bring back my kitchen to me
The busted king of England
Carry on
Coast artillery song
The corporal gives me hell
Darling, I am coming back
The engineer train
Get out that old broken tibia
Give me a discharge / [words] by Walter Scott
Give me some hardtack
Good morning, Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip
The guts of the army
Hail, hail, the gang's all here
A handsome young airman
Have you forgot us? / [words] by Walter Scott
A helluva engineer
Hinky-dinky, parley-voo?
Hold your head down, fusileer
A hot time in Berlin
I ain't got weary yet / [words] by Howard Johnson and Percy Wenrich
I'd hate to be a Hun
If you don't like beans and hardtack
I'll tell you where they were
I'm a-rarin' to go
In the base at Savenay
It's the syme the whole world over
I want to go home
Just behind the battle, Mother
Keep your eye on General Wingate's brigade / [words] by Walter Scott
Keep your head down, Fritzie boy
Kelly Field air service song
Kussing the Kaiser
Look at the ears on him
Mademoiselle Soixante-Quinze
Medical officers' training camp song
The M.P.'s
Oh, how I hate to go into the mess hall
Oh, it's a lovely war
The old gray hearse
One of the Yankee Division's marching songs
Our wild Irish rows
Over there
Parodies on "The darktown strutters' ball". Air service version : Kelly Field ; Where do you get that stuff? ; Version of Battery C, 21st F.A., 5th Division ; Version of the Twenty-seventh Division ; Version of the Twenty-eighth Division ; Version of unknown origin
Parodies on "K-K-K-Katy." K-K-K-K-P ; C-C-C-Cootie
Parodies on "Liberty Bell." Company A, 121st M.G. Bn. ; Old General Bell
Parodies on "A long, long trail." A Camp Travis parody ; The red leg rookie's lament ; There's a long, long nail a-grinding
Parodies on "Over there." After all ; The 360th Infantry parody
Parodies on "The old gray mare." The Kaiser ain't what he used to be ; Pay-day song ; Signal Corps song ; We're in the Q.M.C.
Parody on "Tramp, tramp, tramp"
Parodies on "Where do we go from here?" Bon soir, mademoiselle ; Mother, take in your service flag ; Mother, put out your service star ; Parody of 310th Engineers ; Slip a pill to Kaiser Bill
The passing pilot
Post-war stanzas of Hinky-dinky, parley-voo?
The private's song
Roarious : coast artillery marching song
Scratch, scratch, scratch
Second Field Volunteers / [words] by Walter Scott
She is a Lulu
Slum and beans
Song from the 109th Field Artillery
That's the wrong way to tickle Marie
There are ships
The Twenty-eighth Division
We're all going calling on the Kaiser
We're through
We saw the damn thing through
We've got a dinky stove n'everything
When evening cooties crawl
When I get to New York / [words] by Walter Scott
When the guns are rolling yonder
When we step up old Fifth Avenue. In the days of the empire : Spanish-American War section. At Naic : no. 1
At Naic : no. 2
Bacon on the rind
By old Fort San Felipe
The Carabao
Down by old Manila Bay
A dream
El soldado americano
The emancipated race
The Filipino hombre
The governor general's song
If a lady's wearin' pantaloons
In Mindanao
Little brown brothers
On Datu Ali's trail
On the road to old Luzon
A rookie
The soldiers' song
Transport song. The Blue and the Gray : Civil War section. Abraham's daughter
All quiet along the Potomac tonight
The army bean
The army bugs
Army graybacks
Army grub
The battle-cry of freedom : battle song
The battle-cry of freedom : rallying song
Battle hymn of the republic
The bonnie blue flag
The bowld soger boy
The cavaliers of Dixie
Colored soldiers at Honey Hill
Confederate parody on "Just before the battle, Mother"
Corporal Schnaps
Do they miss me in the trenches?
Down in Charleston jail
Eating goober peas
For bales
Grafted into the army
Hard crackers
Here's your mule
I'll be a sergeant
The infantry
Joe Bowers
John Brown's body
Just before the battle, Mother
Kingdom coming
Libby Prison song
A life in the soldiers' camp
The life of a soldier
A life on the Vicksburg bluff
Marching along
Marching through Georgia
Mary had a little lamb
Maryland, my Maryland
Not the infantry, but the cavalry
Oh, I'm a good old rebel
Since I've been in the army
Song from 107th Colored Troops
Song of the dude
Stonewall Jackson's way
Tenting on the old camp-ground
Touch the elbow
Tramp, tramp, tramp, the boys are marching
'T was at the siege of Vicksburg
Upi dei di
We are the boys of Potomac's ranks
We've drunk from the same canteen
When Johnny comes marching home
When Sherman marched down to the sea
When this cruel war is over
Winning them back
Would you be a soldier, laddy? On to Mexico : Mexican War section. The battle call
The bayonet boys
Buck and gag him
Buena Vista
Come raise aloft the red, white, and blue
The death of Crockett
The fair land of Texas
Female volunteer for Mexico
Fire away
Join the Hickory Blues
The leg I left behind me
Love and battle
My daddy to my mammy said
New York volunteers' camp song
Point Isabel chant
Remember the Alamo
Rio Bravo
Song of the Memphis volunteers
The song of Texas
Strike for your rights, avenge your wrongs
Taylor, the fine old southern gentleman
Texan Rangers' song
The Texas war cry
To arms
Uncle Sam and Mexico
Uncle Sam to Texas
The Union call
'Way down in Mexico
We are coming home
We're the boys for Mexico
Will you come to the bower
With these we'll bivouac
Zachary Taylor. From the Wabash to the Everglades : War of 1812 section. The American star
The Battle of Stonington
Benjamin Beall
The boys of Ohio
Frontier man's call
The dragoon bold
Hey Betty Martin
The hunters of Kentucky
The Indian yell
New Yankee Doodle dandy
Parliament of England
Patriotic diggers
Pauvre Madelon
The star-spangled banner
The Yankee girls
The Yankee volunteers. In the days of Yankee Doodle : Revolutionary War section. The Battle of the Kegs
The blue bird
Brave Paulding and the spy
The British Light Infantry
Come out, ye Continentalers
Come swallow your bumpers, ye Tories
Follow Washington
Free America
How happy the soldier
How stands the glass around
The Irishman's epistle to the troops in Boston
Mad Anthony Wayne
Old soldiers of the king
Parody on "The banks of the Dee"
The progress of Sir Jack Bragg
The Saratoga song
Sergeant Champe
The Swamp Fox
The volunteer boys
Yankee Doodle. Songs from the regiments. Fifty-first Coast Artillery song
Fourteenth Infantry song
Garryowen : 7th Cavalry
The girl I left behind me : 7th Infantry
Hiking song of the Eighth Infantry
In the Second Cavalry
Mexican border medley
Ninth Cavalry anthem : The monkey married the baboon's sister
Old Arizona again : 4th Cavalry
The Old Ninth Infantry
Only one more jungle season : 11th Engineers
Seventy-sixth Field Artillery song / words & music by Edith H. Ward
Sixth Field Artillery song
A son of a muskateer : 7th N.Y.
Tenth U.S. Infantry song
Third Coast Artillery march
To the Eighteenth : 18th Infantry
We lead the way : 29th Infantry
We're the boys of the Thirsty-first Infantry
The young dragoon : 5th Cavalry. West Point songs. Alma mater
Army, Army, you're a wonder
Army blue
Army blue of 1859
Army, O Army
The Army's coming down the river
Benny Havens, oh!
Cadets' graduating song for 1848
Dashing white sergeant
Down in Maryland
Fight away
Furlo' moon
Furlo' song of 1829
He done his level best
Hike song of 1917
How well I remember
Missouri National
Official West Point march
Oh, me, oh, my
Slum and gravy
The yearling.

Additional Information
Subjects War songs -- United States.
Ballads, English -- United States.
Songs, English -- United States.
Publisher New York :Farrar & Rinehart Inc.,1942
Other Titles Soldier songs
Contributors Dolph, Edward Arthur, 1896-1982, editor.
Egner, Philip, 1870-1956, arranger of music.
Language English
Notes For voice and piano.
Description 1 score (xxvii, 621 pages) : illustrations ; 26 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 613-615).
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