I'm a freeborn man : and other original radio ballads and songs of British workingmen, gypsies, prizefighters, teen-agers, and contemporary songs of struggle and conscience

by MacColl, Ewan.

Format: Music Score 1968
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks M1738.M144 I4
Location  CLP - Main Library
Collection  Second Floor - Music - Open Stacks
Call Number  M1738.M144 I4
Life is a battle
Peter Keenan's song
When you're a fighter
The man in the ring
The battle is done with
Moving on song
I'm a freeborn man
The thirty-foot trailer
Winter song
The winds of change
The gypsy is a gentleman
The gypsy's answer
The new Rocks of Baun
The nipper's song
Dublin jack of all trades
The rambling Irishman
The devil and Ganger McGlynn
Rambler from Clare
Van Dieman's Land 1965
Indeed I would
The tunnel tigers
Farewell to Ireland
Sweet Thames, flow softly
Friday night
Juliet's song
After the weekend
Saturday morning in Angel Lane
The gravedigger's song
Politician's alphabet
Sentimental journey
Harold the bootblack
LBJ looks after me
The fields of Vietnam
Ballad of Ho Chi Minh
Yankee Doodle
Oh brother, did you weep?
The banks they are rosy
An affair of state
Black and white
Ballad of Sharpeville
Cambrian colliery disaster
Ballad of accounting
This is no' my ain hoose
The war game.

Additional Information
Subjects Songs, English -- British Isles.
Ballads, English -- British Isles.
Working class -- British Isles -- Songs and music.
Publisher New York, N.Y. :Oak Publications,1968
Contributors Seeger, Peggy, 1935-
Language English
Notes "Most of the forty-two songs which make up this book ... were commissioned for radio and television programs, for documentary films, or for the living theatre"--Pref.
Unacc. melodies, in part adapted from traditional tunes; includes chord symbols.
Description 104 pages of music : illustrations ; 26 cm
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