Spiritual folk-songs of early America : two hundred and fifty tunes and texts, with an introduction and notes

Format: Music Score 1937
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Romish lady
Beggar, or, To begging I will go
Reverend James Axley's song
Hicks' farewell
Free salvation
Sailor's home
Liverpool, or, Solemn address to young people
Little family
Miss Hataway's experience
Dying Californian
John Adkins' farewell
Dying boy
Saw ye my Savior
Lone pilgrim
Orphan girl
Villulia, or, Bartimeus
Mouldering vine
Converted thief (A)
Wicked Polly
Mourner's lamentation, or, Church's desolation
Address for all
Good physician
Look out, or, When I was young
Saint's request
Newberry, or, Lonesome grove
Deep spring, or, Converted thief (B)
Salutation, or, Good morning brother pilgrim
Heavenly union, or, Experience
Marion, or, I'll ramble and I'll rove
Poor wayfaring stranger
Zion's soldier
Female convict
Wedlock (B)
Lep'rous Jew
Spring place, or, Church of my youth
Redemption (B)
Weeping Mary (B)
Redemption (A)
Happy souls (A)
Babe of Bethlehem
Missionary's farewell
All is well
Faithful soldier
Green fields
Saints' rapture
Hark my soul
Frozen heart
Soldier's return
Christian soldier
Good old way
Rest in heaven
To die no more
Down in the garden
Dunlap's Creek
Sinner's invitation
Land of rest
Royal proclamation
Carry me home, or, Penick
Wondrous love
Salvation (A)
Mount Watson
Cross of Christ
Rose tree
Salvation (B)
French Broad
Davisson's retirement
Pleading Savior
Nettleton, or, Sinner's call
Chariot of mercy
Stockwood, or, Sister thou wast mild
Praise God
There is a rest remains
Glorious prospect
O ye young and gay and proud, or, Eternity
Friends of freedom
Pilgrim's song
Holy manna
War department
Drooping souls
Be gone unbelief
Pilgrim's triumph
To be with Christ
Tender care
Humble penitent
Charming name
Balm in Gilead
Sawyer's exit
O tell me no more
Heavenly dove
New prospect, or, O land of rest
I love thee
New Britain, or, Harmony grove
Spiritual sailor
New Orleans
Holy Son of God
Worthy the Lamb
Captain Kidd
Remember sinful youth, or, Solemn thought
Weeping Savior
I shall be satisfied
Jesus is my friend
Lost city, or, To glory I will go
Golden harp, or, To play on the golden harp
I can't stay away
My home is over Jordan
O I'm so happy
Cuba, or, Go preachers, or, Poor mourner's found a home
Sinner's turn
Death ain't you got no shame
Come to Jesus
Glad news, or, We'll land on shore
Christian prospect, or, There's a better day
Christian's hope, or, Where all is peace and love
Dulcimer, or, Beloved
Weeping Mary (A)
Great day, or, Where will you stand
Shout on, pray on, or, Antioch
We'll shout and give him glory, or, Revival song
Sweet morning
Good old way (A)
All the way 'long
'Tis a wonder
Bowers, or, Happy souls
Heaven's my home
Old Troy, or, In Jesus' blood
There will be a mourning, or, Judgment scenes
Weeping pilgrim, or, You may tell them father, or, I'm a poor mourning pilgrim
Exhilaration, or, Then my troubles will be over, or, I never shall forget the day
Resurrected, or, My father's gone, or, Away over yonder, or, To wear a starry crown
Wings of the morning, or, Western melody
We'll march around Jerusalem
Ragan, or, I belong to this band (B)
Down by the riverside, or, We'll end this war
I'm going home, or, I don't care to stay here long
Roll Jordan
We'll all praise God
Heavenly home
When we all get to heaven, or, Religion is a fortune
Bates, or, To hear the trumpet sound
River of Jordan, or, Happy in the Lord
I'm bound for the land of Canaan, or, Sweet Canaan
Old ship of Zion (A)
Babylon is fallen
Martin, or, Way over in the promised land
Hebrew children
Come along and shout along, or, Heaven born soldiers, or Never get tired
To lay this body down, or, White, or, I'm a long time traveling
Had I wings, or, Ecstacy
Save, mighty Lord
Grace is free
For me the Savior died, or, Atonement
Heavenly port, or, We'll stem the storm
Say brothers
O brother, be faithful
Soon we shall land, or, Autauga
Warrenton, or, I am bound for the kingdom
Send us a blessing
I went down to the valley
Give me Jesus
I don't expect to stay, or, Done with the world
Old ship of Zion (B), or, Happy sailor
Angels hovering round
Holy war
O God, what shall I say, or, Alverson
That lonesome valley
I'm bound to die in the army, or, Service of the Lord
Promise, or, With us to the end
Never turn back (A)
Old-time religion
Take me home, or, I'm alone in this world
Jester, or, I belong to this band (A)
Long-sought home
Beautiful home sweet home
Come friends go with me
I love Jesus
Few days
Parting hymn, or, Joyful, or, O that will be joyful
Something new
Victoria, or, One more river to cross
New Indian song, or, Walk and talk with Jesus
Substantial joys, or, I want to go there too
O he's taken my feet
My Bible leads to glory
I'm traveling to my grave, or, Traveler
On the other side of Jordan
Jesus is my friend (B)
Derrett, or, It won't be long
Carter, or, Never turn back (B)
I will arise
I want a seat in paradise, or, North port
Morning trumpet
Great provider, or, He's promised to be with you
General roll call
Shouting pilgrim
Bound for the promised land
Lisbon, or, I can not tarry here
I want to go to glory
Christian race
I yield.

Additional Information
Subjects Folk songs, English -- United States.
Folk music -- United States.
Ballads, English -- United States.
Spirituals (Songs)
Revival hymns.
Hymns, English -- United States.
Hymns, English -- United States -- History and criticism.
Publisher New York City :J.J. Augustin,1937
Contributors Jackson, George Pullen, 1874-1953, compiler.
Language English
Notes Unacc. melodies.
Includes indexes and historical information about each piece.
Description x pages, 254 pages of music : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages [241]-244).
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