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Folk Songs of England, Scotland & Wales
Folk Songs of England, Scotland & Wales. (Easy Electronic Keyboard Music Vol. 132). By Various. For Organ, Piano/Keyboard, Electronic Keyboard. Electronic Keyboard. 128 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.243230).
ISBN 1458419312. 5.75x8.75 inches.
56 songs, including: Greensleeves - Scarborough Fair - Killarney - Londonderry Air - The Wearin' O' the Green - Auld Lang Syne - My Love Is Like a Red Red Rose.
Folk Songs of England, Ireland, Scotland & Wales
Folk Songs of England, Ireland, Scotland & Wales (Piano/Vocal/Guitar). Edited by William Cole. For Guitar; Keyboard; Piano; Voice. This edition: Piano/Vocal/Guitar. P/V/C Mixed Folio; Piano/Vocal/Chords. Nostalgia. Book. 256 pages. Published by Alfred Music Publishing (AP.VF1880).
ISBN 0897249550. Nostalgia.
Titles from England: Hares on the Mountain * Allan Water * My Boy Willie * Greensleeves * The Three Raven * Early One Morning * Lavender's Blue and more. Titles from Ireland: Let Erin Remember the Days of Old * The Rising Moon * The Road to the Isles * and more. Titles from Wales: The Bells of Aberdovey (Clychau Aberdyfi) * The Kind Old Man (Yr Hen Wr Mwyn) * Over the Stone (Tros y Gareg) * The Dove (Y Deryn Pur) and more.
Folk Music of England Lyrics
The Bailiff's Daughter of Islington
Blackbirds and Thrushes
Blow the Candle Out
Songs of England
Songs of England. (100 Favourite English Songs). By Jerry Silverman. For Piano/Vocal. Songbook. Archive Edition. English. Beginning-Intermediate. Book. 112 pages. Published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc (MB.94408).
ISBN 9781562221096. English. 8.75" x 11.75" inches.
A colorful mixture of traditional English folk songs and ballads, as well as the history of many of the songs. Many English folk songs are quite familiar in America. Hundreds of them came along with the earliest settlers in the 17th century; others with the Redocoats in the 18th century; still others with the sailors and fisherman of the 19th century; and finally the doughboys and G.I.'s of two world wars have brought over the 20th century's contribution. The book includes melody line, lyrics, historical information, and guitar chords.
Farewell, My Friend (A Native American Blessing)
Farewell, My Friend (A Native American Blessing) by Berta Poorman and Sonja Poorman (inspired by Native American Songs). Choir Secular. For Opt. Flute and Wind Chimes (SATB choir). Choral Octavo. Grade 3. Choral Octavo.
The Poormans have adapted several Native American songs to bring us this choral closer. The message is strong and incorporates poetry from the Potawatomi Native American tribe from the Great Lakes region. A perfect close to any concert throughout the year!
Inst. Parts Available (choral); Recorded Acc. Available.
Songs and Dances of England
Songs and Dances of England (for Recorder). Arranged by Liz Thomson. For Recorder. Music Sales America. Folk, World. 80 pages. Folk, World.
An exciting collection of songs and dances from England's rich musical heritage. All are arranged for voice and recorder, penny whistle, flute, and other suitable C instruments. Each is complete with full lyrics, chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams.
Contents: A Pretty Fair Maid - All Around My Hat - A-Roving - Blow Away the Morning Dew - Blow the Man Down - Blow the Wind Southerly - Cherry Ripe - Dance to Your Daddy - Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes - Early One Morning - English Country Garden - Geordie - Give Me the Punch Ladle - Greensleeves - Hearts of Oak - Henry Martin - Home Sweet Home - Ilkley Moor Baht'at - It Was a Lover and His Lass - John Barleycorn - Johnny Todd - Lavender - Little Brown Jug - Love Me Little, Love Me Long - Maggie May - Matty Groves - Nothing at All - O Soldier Won't You Marry Me? - Oh Dear! What Can the Matter Be? - Queen of Hearts -
Sally in Our Alley - Scarborough Fair - Stormy Winds Do Blow - The Barley Mow - The British Grenadiers - The Cherry Tree Carol - The Foggy, Foggy Dew - The Game of Cards -
The Golden Valley - The Lark in the Morn - The Leaving of Liverpool - The Lincolnshire Poacher - The Margaret and the Mary - The Meeting at Peterloo -
The Trees They Do Grow High - The Unquiet Grave - The Vicar of Bray - The Wild Rover - There Is a Tavern in the Town - Wassail - Widdecombe Fair.
Folk Songs England
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Folk Songs of Wales