The new blue book of favorite songs : 341 selections, complete with music.

Format: Music Score 1941
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks M1977.C5 B52
Location  CLP - Main Library
Collection  Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks
Call Number  M1977.C5 B52
Abide with me
Adeste fidelis
Ah love, how can I leave thee
Ah, 'tis a dream
All the birds are here again
All through the night
Aloha oe
The alphabet
America, my country
America, the beautiful
And the glory of the Lord
Annie Laurie
Anvil chorus
Are you sleeping
At Pierrot's door
Auld lang syne
Away in a manger
Baa! Baa! black sheep
The barnyard family
The battle cry of freedom
The battle hymn of the republic
Beautiful dreamer
The bee and the pup
Believe me, if all those endearing young charms
The bell doth toll
Belle of Baltimore
The bell is ringing
Billy Boy
The birds' return
The blacksmith
Blest be the tie that binds
Blow the man down
The blue-bells of Scotland
The bonnets of bonnie Dundee
Bonny Eloise
The bull dog
But the Lord is mindful of his own
By thy rivers gently flowing
By yon bonnie banks
Calm as the night
Cantique de Noël
A capital ship
Captain Jinks
Carry me back to old Virginny
Carve dat possum
Cast thy burden upon the Lord
Central will shine
Chilly water
Christ, the Lord, is risen today
Close your eyes, Lena, my darling
Columbia, the gem of the ocean
Come, thou almighty King
Come where my love lies dreaming
Come, with thy lute
Come, ye thankful people
Comin' thro' the rye
Couldn't hear nobody pray
Cousin Jedediah
Cradle song
Crow song
Crusader's hymn
The cuckoo
Darling Nelly Gray
Day is dying in the west
The dearest spot
Dear little robin
De bezem
Deck the hall
Deep river
Dickory, dickory, dock
Dip, boys, dip the oar
The donkey
Down by the river
The Doxology
Drink to me only with thine eyes
Ducks on a pond
Early to bed
Emmet's lullaby
Evening prayer
Fairest Lord Jesus, ruler of all nature
Faith of our fathers
Farewell to summer
Farewell to thee
The farmer in the dell
The farmer
The farmyard
Father in heaven
Father, we thank thee
Fath'r and I went down to camp
The first Noel
Flag of the free
Fling out the banner, let it float
Flow gently, sweet Afton
The flow'rets all sleep soundly
For the beauty of the earth
From every spire on Christmas Eve
From ill do thou defend me
From yonder dark forest
Funiculi, funicula
Gaily the troubadour
Gaudeamus igitur
Gentle Annie
The girl I left behind me
Glad Christmas bells
Gloria Patri
God be with you till we meet
God bless our native land
God of our fathers
God of the earth, the sky, the sea
God of the nations
God so loved the world
Go down, Moses
Goin' to shout all over God's heaven
Gone are the days
Good-bye, good-bye to summer
Good King Wenceslas
Good morning to you
Good night
Good night, ladies
Go to sleep, Lena darling
Graduation song
Gwine to lay down my burden
Hail, Columbia
Hail to the chief
Hard times, come again no more
Hark! I hear a voice
Hark! Ten thousand voices
Hark! The herald angels sing
Hark! The vesper hymn is stealing
The harp that once through Tara's halls
Haul on the bowlin'
The heart bowed down
The heavens resound
Heav'n, heav'n
Hello, speaker
Hey, diddle, diddle
Holy ghost with light divine
Holy, holy, holy
Holy night
Home on the range
Home, sweet home
Hop, hop, hop!
How can I leave thee
How dear to my heart
How d'ye do
How firm a foundation
The hunter's farewell
The huntsmen
I ain't gwine study war no more
I came to Alabama
I cannot sing the old songs
I come to town de udder night
If a body meet a body
I heard the bells on Christmas Day
I'm lonesome since I cross'd the hill
I'm Pierre de Bonton
In days of old
In days of yore
Indian lullaby
In heavenly love abiding
Integer vitae
In the gloaming
In the prison cell I sit
In the time of roses
Isle of beauty
Italian hymn
It came upon the midnight clear
I think, when I read that sweet story
It's a-me, O Lord
I've been thro' Carolina
I wandered today to the hill, Maggie
I want to be ready
I will sing a lullaby
I would that my love
January and February
Jeannie with the light brown hair
Jerusalem the golden
Jesus, lover of my soul
Jesus loves me
Jesus, tender shepherd, hear me
Jingle, bells
John Brown's body
John Peel
Jolly old Saint Nicholas
Joy to the world
Just before the battle, Mother
Kathleen Mavourneen
Keep the home fires burning
Keller's American hymn
Last night the nightingale woke me
The last rose of summer
Lead kindly light
Leezie Lindsay
Levee song
Lift thine eyes
Lightly row
The linden tree
Little Bo-Peep
The little brown church in the vale
The little dustman
Little Jack Horner
A little man
Little Tom Tinker
Little white snowdrop
Loch Lomond
Long, long ago
The Lord is my shepherd
Lord of all being, thron'd afar
The Loreley
The lost chord
Lovely appear
Lovely evening
Lovely night
Love's old sweet song
The low-backed car
Lullaby and good night
Luther's cradle hymn
Lutzow's wild hunt
MacDonald's farm
Man's life's a vapor
The maple leaf forever
March of the men of Harlech
Marseillaise hymn
Mary and Martha
Massa's in the cold ground
Maxwelton's braes are bonnie
The meeting of the waters
Men of Harlech
Merrily, merrily
A merry life
Michigan, my Michigan
Mid pleasures and palaces
The midshipmite
Mighty land, wondrous land
Mine eyes have seen the glory
The minstrel boy
Morning prayer
The morn was fair
My Bonnie
My country, 'tis of thee
My faith looks up to thee
My Lord delivered Daniel
My Lord, what a mourning
My native land
My old Kentucky home
Nancy Lee
Nearer, my God, to thee
Noah's ark
Nobody knows the trouble I've seen
Now 'neath the silver moon
Now our golden days are at an end
Now thank we all our God
Now the day is over
Nut brown maiden
O beautiful for spacious skies
O come, all ye faithful
Of all the wives
O God, beneath thy guiding hand
Oh Jacob, get the cows
Oh, Mistress Shady
O holy night!
Oh, Paddy, dear
Oh Peter, go ring dem bells
Oh realm of light
Oh say! can you see
Oh! Susanna
Oh, wasn't that a wide river
Oh, wert thou in the cauld blast
The old ark a-moverin along
Old Black Joe
Old dog Tray
Old folks at home
Old Hundredth
The old oaken bucket
Ole Dan Tucker
O little town of Bethlehem
O Mary, don't you weep
O me! o my!
Once in the dear dead days
O, no, John
Onward, Christian soldiers
On yonder hill
O rest in the Lord
O starry flag
Our school days now are past
O where, and o where
O worship the King
The patriots
Peter Gray
Pilgrim's chorus
Praise for peace
Praise God from whom all blessings flow
Praise ye the Father
The pride of the village
Proudly as the eagle
The quilting party
Reuben and Rachel
Ring, ring the banjo
Robin Adair
The robin and chicken
Robin redbreast
The robin
Rock-a-bye, my little owlet
Rocked in the cradle of the deep
Roll, Jordan, roll
The rose of Allandale
Round de meadows
Row, row, row your boat
Safely through another week
Sally in our alley
Santa Lucia
Scale song
Schubert's serenade
Scotland's burning
Seeing Nellie home
See-saw, Margery Daw
Send out thy light
Shades of evening
Should auld acquaintance
Silent night
Sing a song of cities
Singing in the rain
Sleep, my child
Sleep, soldier, sleep
Slumber song
Softly now the light of day
Softly sighs the breath of evening
Soft o'er the fountain
Soldier boy
The soldier's farewell
Sound the loud timbrel
Spacious firmament on high
The Spanish cavalier
Speed our republic
The spider and the spout
The spring
Standing in the need of prayer
Stars of the summer night
The star-spangled banner
Steal away
Still, still with thee
Stodola pumpa
Street urchin's medley
Style all the while
The sunset glows in splendor
The sun shines bright
Susy, little Susy
Sweet and low
Sweet Genevieve
Swing low, sweet chariot
Tell me the tales
Tenting on the old camp ground
There are many flags in many lands
There's a church in the valley
There's a low green valley
There's music in the air
There was an old darkey
There was an old lady
They all love Jack
Those evening bells
Three blind mice
The three chafers
The three fishermen
The three sailor boys
Thro' the leaves the night wind's moving
'Til the boys come home
The time is never dreary
'Tis here we are pledging
'Tis moonlight on the sea
'Tis springtime
To thee, o country!
To the lords of convention
Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!
The tree in the wood
Turn back Pharoah's army
'Twas in fifty-five
Twinkle, little star
The two roses
Uncle Ned
Unfold, ye portals
Up on the house-top
The vacant chair
Wait for the wagon
Waiting to grow
A warrior bold
Way down upon de Swanee River
Wearing of the green
Welcome, neighbor
Welcome, sweet springtime
We're tenting tonight
We shall meet
We three kings of Orient are
What kind of shoes
What's this dull town to me
When first I saw sweet Peggy
When Israel was in Egypt's land
When I was a lady
When Johnny comes marching home
When the corn is waving
When the nights grow cold
When the ship is trim and ready
When the swallows homeward fly
When you and I were young, Maggie
Where, o where
Where the elm tree branches
While shepherds watched their flocks
Who aloft thy head did raise
Will ye gang to the hielands
With the moon's pale shimmer
Woodman, spare that tree
Work for the night is coming
Yankee Doodle
Years of peace
Ye sons of France
Yes, we'll rally round the flag.

Additional Information
Subjects Songbooks.
Songs, English -- United States.
Hymns, English.
Folk songs, English -- United States.
Publisher Chicago :Hall & McCreary,1941
Other Titles Golden book of favorite songs.
Gray book of favorite songs.
Contributors Beattie, John W. (John Walter), 1885-1962, editor.
Breach, William, 1886-1964, editor.
Glenn, Mabelle, 1881-1969, editor.
Goodell, Walter, 1884-1953, editor.
Martin, Florence M. (Florence Marie), 1913- editor.
Language English
Notes Includes The Golden book of favorite songs and The Gray book of favorite songs (compiled and edited by John W. Beattie, William Breach, Mabelle Glenn [and others]); combined, with an enlarged supplement (compiled and edited by Walter Goodell, Florence M. Martin): t.p.
Includes indexes.
Description 1 score (286 pages) ; 23 cm
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