Index / Contents

Some indexes/contents I made myself:

 


1666_Cantus songs and fancies_2nd Edition

If care doth cause men cry — O lusty May with Flora Queen — Into a mirthfull May morning — In a garden so green — When as the Greeks did enterprise — Yon lovers all that would prove — Thoughts of men do daily change — When chyle cold age shal cease upon thy blood — Remember, O thou man — Now is the month of Maying — Let not, I say, the sluggish sleep close up thy waking eye — Satan, my foe, full of inquiry — If floods of tears could change my follies past — Come love, let’s walk in yonder spring — How should my feeble body sure — No wonder is suppose my weeping eyes — What if a day, or a month, or a year — Like as the dumb Solsequium — The Gowans are gay, my Jo — Sleep wayward thoughts, and rest you with my love — When father Adam first did flee — My bailfull breast in blood all bruist — Awake, sweet love, thou art return’d — Even death, behold I breath — Like as the lark within the marleons foot — I love great god above — Lowest trees have tops, the anther gall — Where art thou, hope, that promis’d me relief — Wo worth the time and eke the place — Who doth behold my mistris face — Though your strangeness frets my heart — Come, sweet love, let sorrow cease — Sweet Kate, of late, ran away, and left me plaining — I oy to the person of my love — Away, vain world, bewitcher of my heart — When May is in her prime — Brave Mars begins to souse — Jurie came to lebus-Salem — White as lillies was her face — Begone, sweet night, and I shall call thee kind — There is a thing that much is us’d — My complaining is but faining — With my love, my life was nested — Behold a wonder here — Over the mountains, and under the caves — When from my love I look’d for love — Remember me, my dear, I humbly you require — How now, shepherd, what means that — Will said to his mammie — Care, away, go thou from me — There was time time when silly bees did speak — Shepherd, saw thou not my fair lovely Phylis — Fain would I wed a fair young maid — You minor beauties of the night — Flow my tears, fall from your springs — Pleuh-song — All sones of Adam — Trip and go

 


1730_Walsh_the Merry musician Vol 3

And gin y meet a bonny lassie  p.13 — As swift as time  p.33 — A slighed shepherd  p.62 — Ah! stay ye wanton Gales  p.69 — At dead of night  p.82 — As in a grove  p.85 — A cock of a humour gay  p.123 — At athens in the Market Place  p.124 — A ladys antient lap dog  p.126 — As Silvia in a forrest lay  p.129 — As gentle turtle doves  p.149 — Ask not the cause why sullen spring  p.151 — A on a sunshine summers day  p.164 — Believe my sighs  p.7 — Beneath a shady willow  p.17 — By smooth winding Tay  p.78 — Betty early gone a maying  p.87 — Behold the skilful artit’s hand  p.142 — By a murmering stream a fair shepherdess lay  p.146 — Charming Chloe look with pity  p.18 — Come cheer up your hearts  p. 20 — Celemene my heart  p.34 — Come lassie lend  p.52 — Cloe when I view thee smiling  p.71 — Cosmelia’ charms  p.96 — Come all ye sons of Adam  p.105 — Could gold immortalize a man  p.119 — Celia thou fairest of the fair  p.161 — Dame Jane a springhtly nun  p.63 — Farewel to Lochaber  p.5 — Foolish women fly mens charms  p.112 — Females form’d for loving  p.122 — Freedo- is a real pleasure  p.140 — Gay bacchus liking Estcourt’s wine  p.36 — Gentle air thou breath of lovers  p.80 — Give me a lass   p.89 — Gaffer and gammer  p.90 — Genteel in personage  p.97 — Gay Myra toast of all the town  p.185 — Hail Janus  p.84 — How much Egregious Moore  p.172 — I will awa wi’ my love   p.11 — If you by sordid views  p.39 — I that was once great  p.57 — I’ll face ev’ry danger  p.102 — I now have an ambition  p.113 — Love bid me hop. p.145 — Myra reflect how oft the year  p.15 — Make haste and away mine only dear  p.98 — My passion is as mustard strong  p.153 — My time O ye muses  p.169 — Oh love what cruel pangs  p.28 — O Bell thy looks  p.76 — O were Thorsday but come  p.132 — O cruel Tyrant love  p.137 — One night when all the village slep. p.166 — Pain’d with her slighting  p.73 — Phillis as her wine she sip.in  p.187 — Phillis talk no more of passion  p.160 — Self-loe directs  p.8 — Sigh no more my lovely Celia  p.50 — Silvia in these sequester d scenes  p.60 — Sooner than I’ll my love forego  p.100 — Soft harmony dispences  p.121 — Should auld acquaintance be forgot  p.143 — Says my uncle I pray you discover  p.178 — Strephon when you see me fly  p.181 — To you who live at home at ease  p.23 — The nymp.that undoes me  p.25 — The Graces and the wand’ring loves  p.26 — The pawky auld Carle  p.29 — To silent groves  p.44 — Talk not so much  p.55 — The Lawland Maids  p.53 — ‘Twas forth in a morning  p.75 — Thirsis a young and am’rous swain  p.94 — To you fair ladies now in town  p.107 — ‘Tis now since I fat down  p.110 — Tho’ for seven years and mair  p.117 — The collier has a daughter  p.162 — The sun was sunk beneath the hills  p.174 — Unrelenting dearest creature  p.81 — Vain Belinda  p.65 — What tho’ I am a country lass   p.9 — While blooming youth  p.41 — With every lady  p.47 — When Strephon first  p.48 — What care I for affairs of State  p.66 — Why do you with disdain  p.49 — When as corruption  p.92 — Whitout affectation  p.101 — When parents obstinate  p.104 — Woman thoughtless giddy creature  p.131 — When thy beauty appears  p.136 — Who has e’er been at Paris  p.156 — When my love the other day  p.159 — Wanton Cloe young and charming  p.177 — When gay Philander  p.183 — Youth and beauty flies away  p.168

 


1737-WALSH_Caledonian Country Dances with a Thorough Bass

Athol bray p.34 — Andrew Kerr p.2 — A trip to the lawndry p.20 — Border reel p.94 — Bonny lasses p.69 — Black as a cole p.70 — Battle of the Boyn p.61 — Bonny lassi tale a man p.42 — Bessy Haggice p.40 — Butter’d peace p.29 — Blowzabella p.26 — Bessy Bell p.28 — Boscomb bucks p.14 — Country bumkin p.85 — Colliers daughter p.82 — Cork p.45 — Dusty Miller p.32 — Drown drowth p.13 — Fairely shot on her p.18 — Fiddle faddle p.6 — Gallaway Tom p.89 — Hambletons rant p.81 — Huzza p.66 — Hay my Nancie p.62 — Highland laddy p.53 — Hare in the corn p.50 — Jack on the green p.33 — Lasse Trumponey p.79 — Let’s shak her weall p.60 — Ladds of Dunce p.44 — Lady Terfichens rant p.22 — My ain kind deary p.64 — Mac Fosset’s farewell p.57 — Muirland Willie p.58 — Meillionen p.38 — New Pierot p.46 — New way of wooing p.37 — O’er boggie p.93 — Prince Frederick’s hornpipe p.9 — Rising sun p.92 — Ross  Meor p.72 — Runing footman p. — Ragg p.24 — Rantind Highland man p.8 — Sulters of Selkerke p.96 — Scornfull Nancie p.88 — Soldier laddie p.86 — Scotch contention p.77 — Silly old man p.76 — St Jame’s Bason  p.74 — Sandy laddy p.52 — Steward’s rant p.5 — The reel of Glames p.100 — The lasses of levengstone p.90 — Tunbridge frisk p.80 — Tweed side p.84 — The berks of Abergelde p.83 — The gun fleet p.56 — The bonny boatman p.54 — True Joak p.49 — The pump room p.48 — The baulk p.36 — The kings arms p.30 — The lads od Leath p.16 — The Nassau p.12 — Wap at the widow p.98 — Walley honey p.78 — Willey wilky p.17


1742_BARSANTI Francesco, A Collection of Old Scots Tunes

Dumbarton’s drums p.1 — Katherine Oggie  p.1 — Ettrick banks p.2 — Lochaber p.2 — The lass of Peatie’s Mill p.3 — The higland Laddie p.3 — Busk ye brisk ye my bonnie bride  p.4 — The last time I came o’er the moor p.4 — Corn riggs are bonny  p.5 — Waly Waly p.5 — Johnnie Faa p.6 — Lord Aboyne’s welcome or Cumbernauld house p.6 — The Bushaboon Traquair p.7 — To danton me p.7 — The birks of Envermay p.8 — Fife and all the lands about it p.8 — Peggy I must love thee p.9 — Logan water p.9 — Pinkie House p.10 — the Sutours of Selkirk p.10 — Cromlet’s Lilt  p.11 — Bonny Jean  p.11 — Thro’ the wood laddie p.12 — Clout he caldron p.12 — O dear mother, what shall I do p.13 — Broom of Cowden  knows p.13 — Where Helen lies p.14 — The bonny Earl of Murray p.14 —


1743_Geoghegan’s Compleat Tutor

p.10 A Scotch Measure/ Jigg called Whip her and gird her — p.11 A Charming Nun to a Fryar came/ Tweed Side / The Dying Swan / Gahagan’s Frisk — p.12 The Mamina / A Minuet / The Red Lyon Hornpipe — p.13 The Mayjor — p.14 Ravencroft’s Fancy / A Highland Rant — p.15 New York, A Hornpipe / The Lass of Levinstone — p.16 Bagpipe Concerto call’d the Battle of Aghrem, A or The Football March — p.17 Can Love be controul’d / At the Brow of a Hill / A Scotch Measure — p.18 A Scotch Air / The Humours of Westmeath — p.19 Blab not what you ought to smother / By Men belov’d / Dan Vray — p.20 Blind Paddy’s Fancy / Charp’s Hornpipe — p.21 New Mile End Fair / Thump the Bitches / The Chocolate Pot — p.22 With early Horn — p.23 Let me wander / Fly swiftly ye Minutes — p.24 A Monkey or Sleg’s Hornpipe / The King’s Head — p.25 Six and Sevens / Welsh Fair — p.26 Castle Barr / A Hornpipe by Mr Lawrence — p.27 Drunken Peasant / Middle Row Harlequin — p.28 Portsmouth Harbour / Paddington Pound


1747_Rainstorp_Hand written dance collection

The drummer 1 — the Balk 1 — The craftman 2 — Narrow Botton or Merry Cosilyan 2 — The lads of Dunce 3 — Bread and cheese 3 — Jack Latine  4 — Dusty Miller 4 — Neither here, nor there 5 — Pontius Pilate’s Rant 5 — Butter’d Pease 6 — Happy, pain or royal wedding 6 — The Rakes of Mellow 7 — Willey Willey 7 — The chocolate pot 8 — Up to war a Willie 8 — The scotch contention 9 — Dromn Drowth 9 — Barley Cake 10 — The Star 10 — Fausan’s maggot 11 — The Fox hunters jigg 11 — The Merry dancers 12 — Foston meads 12 — Mock Highland man or Jack’s delight 13 — Quite prodigious 13 — Bounty farmer 14 — The mistakes 14 — Glover’s Stone 15 — The widows choices 15 — Just a going 16 — Musselborough, or Jenny dang the weaver 16 — Highland laddy 17 — The midways 17 — Fair maid of Wickham 18 — As you like me 18 — The Irish jigg 19 — The ragg 19 — A trip to Stertford 20 — Trip it up stairs 20 — The opera maggot or Debora 21 — Porto Bello 21 — The Villas, or Pretty Lucy 22 — Drops of Brandy 22 — The Bristol Assembly 23 — Rakes of Rochester 23 — Eltham Assembly 24 — Royal Chace 24 — The Hungarian march 25 — E.O. 25 — The merry Councellors 26 — Just as I was in the morning or Moll Ross 26 — Soldier Laddy 27 — A trip to the Laundry 27 — Auretts dutch skipper 28 — Shilla na gara 28 — Nobody knows it 29 — Tip for tat 29 — Tunbridge Irish 30 — The Dutch skipper 30 — Foot’s Vagaries 31 — Hay makers 31 — Sukey bids me 32  — Petticoat hight 32 — Deve’s Grace 33 — Hob or Nob  33 — So she bid me tell you 34 — Mad cap 34 — Winterbourn Frolick 35 — The Cameronian rant 36 — New Daniel Cooper 36 — North’s ashton frolick 37 — The pretty Belle 37 — Scotch Bonnet 38 — The merry Scot 38 — Much ado about Nothing 39 — Tunbridge rant 39 — Eley Molly 40 — Tom Jones 40 — Pettycoat loose 41 — Trip to Hackney 41 — Over the water 42 — Jollity 42 — Bristol fair 43 — Dick the haberdasher 43


1748_WALSH,John, Country Dances Selected As Perform’d at Court and all Publick Assemblie_VOL_1

The laundry or Hot Pot – – Rosey Doll – – I’ll be married – – Marybone Assembly – – Jenny’s Delight – – Dick’s Fancy – – Fanny’s Delight – – Chudleigh Box – – The Nineteenth of May – – Ups and downs – – New Hessian camp – – Schwabe, or Hessian dance – – The Gypsies – – Saintis Hussars – – Mc Farland’s reel – – The Parks of Kilburnie – – Leith wynd – – Hay jenny come down to Jock – – Woo’d & married & aw – – Cadgers in the Conongate – – A trip to Kew


1748_WALSH,John, Country Dances Selected As Perform’d at Court and all Publick Assemblie_VOL_2

A trip to the Nunr’y — The bBonny Lass or Under the Water — Lady Mackentashes Reel — A Trip to Rookby Park — Althrop House — Swab the Decks — Eau de Luce — Brave Blackeney or Wild Boars Frolick — The Whigs of Fyffe — Lads of Falcots


1754_Thompson’s 24 dances for the year 1754

Wooten Undridge Assembly / Jack Austin’s Humour — Harlequin Ranger / Islington Assembly — Shamboy / The Jews Restoration — Countess Of Coventry March / Under The Water — Ally Croaker / Molly Zouch’s Frisk — The Temple Rakes / The Bonny Lass — Lidia’s Ramble / Simple George — Stay And Take Your Petticoat With You / Merry Jack — As Soon As You Please / Wath’s That To You — Prince’s Edward’s Jigg / Curtissimo’s Frolick — Joe’s Jigg / The Irish Lawyer — Miss Burchell’s Humour / Westminster Bridge

 


1759_Waylett_24 dances for the year 1759

1 The British Bucks / 2 Capt Howe’s Delight – – 3 Betty Brown / 4 Davis’s Frolick – – 5 Quirles Birth Day / 6 Capt Lochart’s reel – – 7 Lady Petersham’s Rant / 8 Sigr Giorgi’s Tambourine – – 9 The Country Wedding / 10 The Taylors Hurry – – 11 Twelsth Day / 12 Capt . Morecock’s fancy – – 13 Lady Coventry’s Maggot / 14 A trip to Langley – – 15 Sigra. Lucchi’s Tambourine / 16 A trip to Loughton – – 17 The Nun / 18 The Prince Soubise Retreat – – 19 The King of Prussia’s Delight / 20 Strawberry Hill – – 21 General Blackeney’s Delight / 22 Lord Loudon’s Rant – – 23 The Upholsterer / 24 The Female Coquette


1770_The Hibernian Muse

John Hugent p.1 — An Irish Dump p.1 — Carolans Receipt In the Catle of Andalusia p.2 — Jacky Bull p.2 — Irish Hoboy p.3 — Mrs Casey In Fontainebleau p.4 — Roukes Feast p.4 — The Lads of Dunse p.5 — Ailleacan Dubh O In the poor soldier p.6 — Ailen Aroun p.6 — Fanny Dillon p.7 — Da mihi Manum p.8 — Gracey Nugent p.8 — Port Patrick p.9 — Plangsty Connor p.10 — Irish Girl p.10 — Major Shanly p.11 — Ballinamona Oro p.12 — Hugar Mu Fean p.12 — Toby Peyton p.13 — Irish Trott p.13 — Chilling O guiry p.14 — Irish Air p.14 — Wild Irishman p.15 — Irish Lilt p.15 — Fingalians Dance p.16 — Gramachree Molly p.16 — Irish Rag p.17 — Deala Mairi liomsa p.17 — Mrs Edwards p.18 — Dermot p.19 — Lasses of Dunse p.19 — Dr Delany p.20 — Dr Delany p.20 — Yemon O nock p.21 — Drimen Duff p.21 — Mc Dermot Roe p.22 — Lary Grogan p.23 — Irish Air p.23 — Maurice O Connor p.23 — Irish Air p.24 — Shambuy p.25 — Lango Lee p.26 — Irish Air In lobe in the camp p.26 — Maurice O Connor p :27  — Irish Mad Song p.28 — Paddy Whack p.28 — Irish Blanket p.29 — Patrick Kelly p.29 — Molly St George p.30 — I am sleeping p.30 — Bumpers Squire Jones p.31 — St Patricks Day p.32 — Chilling a Gig p.32 — Coulin p.33 — John Kelly p.33 — Curri Koun Kilich p.34 — Madm Maxwell p.35 — David Poer Esqr p.36 — Sheen sheesh igus Souse lum p.37 — Irish Air p.37 — Rakes of Westmeath p.38 — Speic Seoach p.38 — Slaunt Ri Plulib p.39 — Dangling of the Irish Bearns p.40 — Lord Galloways Lamentation p.41 — Irish Air p.42 — Charles O Connor p.42 — George Reynolds Esqr p.43 — Sarsfields Lamentation p.43 — Mrs Waller p.44 — Mrs Waller p.44 — General Toast p.45 — Irish Air In the poor soldier p.45 — Mrs Trench p.46 — J Daly p.46 — Irish Air In the poor soldier p.47 — Miss Murphy p.47 — Lillibulero p.48 — Dear Catholic Brother p.48 — Mrs Nugent p.49 — Tiagharna Mhaighe-co p.49 — Mrs Poer p.50 — Carolans Maggot p.51 — Major p.52 — Irish Cry p.52 — Capt Higgins p.53 — Irish Dump p.53 — Lostrum Ponia p.54 — Counsellor Dillon p.54 — High road to Dublin p.55 — Irish Widow p.55 — Plough Tune p.56 — Yogh hone O hone p.56 — Thomas Burk p.57 — Dr O Connor p.58 — Mc Donogh’s Lamentation (Mr Donaughs Lamentation) p.59 — Lady Dillon p.60 — Lady Dillon p.60 — Lord Louth p.61 — Mervyn Spratt Esqr p.62 — Limbricks Lamentation p.62 — Plangsty Bourk p.63 — Mrs Harwood p.64 — Black Joke p.65 — Ancient War Cry p.66 — Irish Air In the poor soldier p.65 — Irish Air In the poor soldier p.66 — Ally Croaker p.67 — Carolans Devotion p.68


1785_Cantelo_24 American Country Dances

The Hamiltonian Lady Amelia Murray’s choice p.1 — The Monckton or Britist white feathers p.2 — Lady George Murray’s reel p.3 — La buona Figuiliola Lady Jean Murray’s dance p.4 — The fair Emigrant or Mrs Dawsons delight p.5 — The Walton p.7 — Mrs Lt Col Johnsons reel p.8 — La belle Frene p.9 — Mrs S. Douglas’ reel p.10 — Capt Oakes’s whim p.11 — The Belles about the Flat Bush (a village on Long Island so called) p.12 — La Belle Anette p.13 — The Yager horn  p.14 — How imperfect is expression p.15 — The Heredetary Prince p.16 — Laurel Hill  p.17 — The Munichausen p.18 — The Monmouth or the Victory p.19 — The St George p.20 — L’Escapade p.21 — The Brandewine p.22 — The donop, lady Mary Murray’s fantaisie p.23 — The Anspacher p.24 — Lady Louisa Lenor’s Minuet p.24 — Mr Dawson New Minuet p.26 — Miss Cornish’s Minuet p.27 — Miss Wroughtons Minuet p.28 — Mr Greville’s minuet p.29 — The hon.ble Col. Cosmo Gordon’s Minuet p.30


1790_John WATLEN_The Celebrated Circus Tunes Perform’d at Edinburgh this Season

German dance p.2 — Bologna’s march p.2 — Jack the sailor p.3 — The Caledonian beauty p.3 — Too old to Marry p.4 — Spanish Dance p.4 — Soldier’s Dance p.5 — L’Abbee p.5 — Poney races p.5 — Jocky’s dance p.6 — Russian march p.6 — Miss Callander’s Minuet p.6 — German valtz p.7 — Prince’s favourite p.7 — The Lilly p.7 — New Duke of York’s march p.8 — German Hornpipe p.9 — Honorable Miss Elphinston’s strathspey p.10 — Miss W Dalrymple’s fancy p.10 — Blanchard’s hornpipe p.11 — The Pursuit in the Pantomime of Captain Cook p.11 — Honourable Miss Eliza Murray strathspey [Hon.ble Miss Eliza Murry Elibank’s Strathspey] p.12 — Miss McNiel’s Fancy p.12 — Miss Watson’s favourite p.13 — Miss C. Ramsay’s fancy p.13 — Hon. Mr David Ruthven’s birth day p.16 — Leap over ther Garter p.16 — Miss Ann Baine’s fancy p.16 — Miss Montgomery’s reel p.17 — Miss Dundass of Kerse’s strathspey p.17 — The Ton p.17 — Lady Stopford’s reel p.18 — Better late than never p.18 — The Surrender of Calais p.18 — Destruction of the Bastile [Distruction of the Bastille] p.19 — The Flag Dance p.19 — The Russian Tippet p.19 — The New Highland Laddie p.20 — What a beau my granny was [What a Beaw my Grany was] p.20 — Vulcan’s March p.21 — Vulcan’s forge p.21 — Duchess of Montrose’s reel p.22 — Miss Campbell of Saddle’s reel[Miss Campbell of Saddl’s reel] p.22 — Siege of Belgrade p.22 — The Highland fair p.23 — Oxford Castle p.23 — Lady Eliza Callander’s favourite p.23 — Lady Eliza Lindsay’s minuet by the countess of bal p.24 — the little nabob p.24 — Miss Wardlaw’s Reel p.24 — Ah ca ira p.25 — The Milliner’s House p.25 — Earl of Balcarras’s March and Quick Step p.26 — Miss Hay’s Favourite p.26 — Miss Maxwell of Morriston’s reel [Miss Maxwell of Morreston’s Reel] p.27 — Margate Assembly p.27 — Lady Eliza Lindsay’s hornpipe p.28 — Mrs Forbes of Shiver’s Fancy p.28 — A Welch dance p.28 — sir George Ramsay’s lament  p.29 — Duke of York’s favourite p.30 — The finali p.30 —


1790 ca_Malcolm_MacDonald_A Second Collection of Strathspey Reels

Earl of Bradalban’s Birthday p.1 — Mr Hamilton of Wishaw’s reel p.1 — Miss Sarah Drummond of Perth p.1 — Mrs Tulloh’s jig p.2 — Mrs Robertson of Lawers p.2 — Lady Charlott Murrays reel p.2 — Miss Cochran mercer reel p.3 — The Recovery p.3 — Miss Haldan Gleneagles p.3 — Earl of Elgen’s p.4 — Lady Amelia Murray’s reel p.4 — Lady Ann Maitland’s reel p.4 — Callam’s Frollock (by Nath Gow) p.5 — If I had a boney lass little sleep wou’d fair me p.5 — Miss Clementina Stewart’s reel p.5 — Colonel Mc Donald of Lochgarie’s p.5 — Miss Graham of Orchil’s reel p.6 — Wha can help it p.6 — Lady Augustus Murray of Auchtertyre p.7 — Mrs Landle’s delight p.7 — Miss Murray of Abercarney’s reel p.7 — Mr Campbell of Kinloch p.8 — Captain Campbell of Carphen’s p.8 — Mrs Graham of Orchill’s p.8 — Mrs Murray of Abercarny p.9 — Miss Ferguson of Raith’s p.9 — Col.l Mercer of Aldie’s p.9 — Greenend Park p.10 — Mrs Duncan’s reel p.10 — Honourable Captain Maitland’s p.10 — Mrs Hamilton of Wishaw’s p.11 — Lawers house p.11 — The Marquess of Tweddale’s p.11 — Miss Elders p.12 — Mrs Muir Mc Kenzies Fancie p.12 — Mrs dr Stewart’s reel p.12 — Lady Susan Stewart’s p.13 — Lord Robert Murray’s p.13 — Miss Graham’s Delight p.13


1793_99_Ignaz Pleyel_32 Scottish Folksongs

The smiling morn, the breathing spring/ The birks of Invermay p.1 — Here awa, there awa, wandering Willie / where is the smile that wa heaven to our eyes / Here awa, there awa p.2 — What beauties does Flora disclore/ Tweedside p.3 — Behind you hills, where Lugar flows/ O Nancy, wilt thou go with me / Nannie O p.4 — Hear me, ye nymphs and ev’ry swain / Bush aboon Traquair p.5 — One day I heard Mary say / I’ll never leave thee p.6 — My Patie is a lover gay / Come, dear Amanda, quit the town /Corn riggs p.7 — Will ye go th the ewe-bughts, Marion/ O Marion, so sweet are thy kiffes / The ewe-bughts p.8 — My sheep I neglected, and loft my sheep-hook / My apron deary p.9 — Farewell to Lochaber, farewel to my Jean / Ye shepherds and nymphs that adorn the gay plain / Lochaber p.10 — Braw, braw lads on Yarrow braes / Mary’s charm subdud’d my breast / Galla Water p.11 — Busk ye, busk ye, my bonny bonny bride / Thy vraes were bony, O yarrow stream / The braes of Yarrow p.12 — In April when primroses paint the sweet plain/ The yellow  hair’d Laddie p.13 — ‘Twas in that season of the year / Roslin Castle p.14 — From thee, Eliza, I must go / Donald p.15 — Gin living worth cou’d win my heart / O cease to mourn, unhappy youth / The waesu’heart p.16 — There’s auld Tob Morris, that wons in yon glen / The nymph that undoes me is fair and unkind / Auld Rob Morris p.17 — One morning very early,one morning in the spring / Had I a heart for falsehood fram’d / Gramachree p.18 — O waly waly up the bank/ Hard is the fate of him who loves / Waly waly p.19 — Ah, Chloris, could I now but sit/ Gilderoy p.20 — Oh, open the door, some pity to shew / Oh , open the door p.21 — When wild wars deadly blast was blawn / At setting day and rising morn / The mill mill O p.22 — The night her silent sable wore / She rose and loot me in p.23 — Sweet Annie frae the sea-beach came / ‘To fair Fidele’s grassy tomb / Shepherds, I have lost my love / The banks of Banna p.25


1794_Robert RIDDELL_A Collection of Scotch, Galwegian and Border Tunes

Symon Brodie — Cut And Dry Dolly — Rattlin Roarin Wille — Cock Up Your Beaver — Torphichen’s Rant — Over The Border — The Dandling O The Bairns — Lassie Gae Milk On My Cow-Hill — Wilie Stays Lang At The Fair — My Silly Auld Man — Shan Dol Grigrugh — Noble Squire D-Acre Comes Over The Border — The Drunken Wives Of Carlisle — The English Bring To Gratney Green The Lasses That Hae Siller — How She’ll Ne’er Be Guided — Caddle Robie — Bonnie Lassie — Well Bobbit Blanch Of Middlebie — The Auld Ga’s Aiver — The Hare In The Corn — Willie Was A Wanton Wag — Wallace’s March — The Ley Rigg — Drunk At Night — Mackintosh’s Lament — Sleepy Maggie — Hopeton House — New Johnny Cope — The Auld Wife Ayont The Fire


1794_1798_Cooke’s selection of twenty one favorite original Irish airs

Carolans devotion – My love’s the fairest creature – Granuwail – O Hone what’s this – The black Bird – Pastheen Fuen – Emon O Knuck – Port Gordon – Teagles Ramble – Drimindoo – The Bonny Black Irish Maid – Catleen Tyrill – Hugar mon sona souraling – The hare in the corn – O’m over young to marry yet – Willl you coma plank come plank – The young mans drean – Gramachree is a sup of good drink – The seas are deep – The welcome home – Squire Jones


1795_Niel Gow_A Second Collection of Strathspey Reels

The Caledonian Hunt’s delight p.1 — Sandy o’er the Lee or Mr Bairds favourite reel p.1 — Garthland’s p.1 — Loch Earn reel p.2 — Lady Cunningham’s p.2 — Perth Shire hunt p.2 — Major Robertson’s p.2 — Lady London’s p.3 — Sir James Baird’s p.3 — Miss Pensy mc Donald’s Reel p.4 — Lady Baird’s p.4 — Jenny Sutton’s p.4 — Duplin house p.5 — Mrs Donaldson’s p.5 — Miss Johnston of Hillton’s p.5 — Forrest of the Dutchess of Hamilton’s Delight p.6 — Marry Ketty p.6 — Honourable colonel Hamilton’s delight or new Bumpkin p.6 — Miss Sarah Drummonf of Perth’s p.7 — Clanrannald’s p.7 — Loch Erroch side p.7 — New Rigg’s ship or miss Findlay’s delight p.8 — Mr Morthland’s favourite p.8 — Drummond Castle p.8 — Countess of Hadinton’s p.9 — Miss Graham of Inchbrakie’s or Mrs Duffs Fancey p.9 — Mrs Baird of Newbyth’s p.9 — Watson’s class  p.10 — Earl of Breadalbane’s p.10 — Stormont lads p.10 — Lamberton Races p.11 — Wat ye wha I met the streen or Lord Haddo’s favourite p.11 — Lady Grace Stewart’s p.11 — Colonel Robertson of Strewan’s welcome home p.12 — Coln.l Robertson’s p.12 — Marshall’s p.12 — Niel Gow compliaments retur’d to Mr Marshall p.13 — Mr Hamilton of Pencaitland’s p.13 — Lady Haddo’s p.13 — The cove of Cork or Orchills Favourite p.14 — Follow her over the border p.14 — Locheal’s awa to France p.14 — Colonel Thornton’s p.14 — Irish girl p.15 — Sir John Henderson’s p.15 — Mount your baggage p.16 — Honourable Mrs Drummond of Perth’s p.17 — Lord Elcho’s favourite p.18 — Lord Doune’s p.18 — Niel Gow’s lamentation for the Death of his brother p.18 — Old Simon Brodie p.19 — Miss Erskine of Torry’s p.19 — Dutchess Slipper p.19 — Mr Cha 8 Graham’s welcome home p.20 — Greig’s p.20 — The Dutchess of Athol’s delight p.20 — Mrs Stewart of Allanbank’s p.21 — Macfarlane’s p.21 — Mrs Muir Mackenzie’s p.22 — The empty Purse p.22 — Lady Margaret Stewart’s p.22 — The cossy Jigg p.23 — The Haddington assembly p.23 — Hermitage bridge p.24 — Fairly shot of her p.24 — Mrs Macdonald of Clanrannald’s p.24 — Light and Airy p.25 — Honourable colonel William Wemyss’s p.25 — Mrs Mosman’s p.25 — Miss Ann Stewart East craigs Strathspey p.26 — Miss Ann Stewart East Craigs Reel p.26 —  Mrs Ferguson of Reath’s Strathspey p. — Miss Ketty Hali p.27 — Callaim Brougach p.28 — Duke of Athole’s p.28 — Hornpipe p.29 — Old lee rigg or Rose tree p.29 — Miss Rae’s p.29 — Mr Dundass Mac Queen’s p.30 — Ceann Dubh Dileas p.30 — Marchioness of Tweeddale’s Delight p.30 — Mr Morthland’s p.31 — Miss Mary Macdonald’s p.31 — Miss Louisa Johnston’s fancy p.31 — Miss Mary Douglas’s p.31 — The sow’s tail &c.  p.32 — The lads of dunse or sir alexander Don’s Delight p.33 — Greenwich Hill p.34 — The Harriot p.34 — Royal circus p.34 — Les piadmontese [La Piemontaise] p.34 — Captain Mactintosh p.35 — Madam Cassey p.35 — Good Morrow to your night cap p.36 — The nymph p.36 — La belle Cathrine p.36


1795 ca_Niel Gow A third Collection of Strathspey Reels

The Highland chieftain by Nath. Gow  p.1 — The Parks of Yester  p.2 — Lady Charlotte Bruce’s favourite  p.2 — Mrs. Macdonall Grant’s strathspey by Nath. Gow  p.2 — Lady Madelina Sinclairs strathspey  p.3 — Miss Nisbet of Dirleton’s reel by Nath. Gow  p.3 — Mr. Muir Mackizie’s favourite by Mr. Sharpe of Hoddom  p.3 — Miss Sharpes fancy by Mr. Sharpe  p.4 — Lady Ann Hopes favourite  p.4 — Lady Anne Hope’s strathspey  p.4 — Earl of Elgin’s favourite strathspey byNath. Gow  p.5 — Earl of Elgin’s strathspey  p.5 — Miss L. Johnston’s compliments to Neil Gow by Miss Johnston of Hilton  p.5 — Hilton Lodge strathspey  p.6 — Hoddom Castle  p.6 — Lady Grace Douglas’s reel  p.6 — Miss Clementina Loughnan’s strathspey  p. 6 — Earl of Home’s strathspey by Nath. Gow  p.7 — Mrs. Muir of Caldwall’s strathspey  p.7 — Mr. Bushby Maitland’s reel by Nath. Gow  p.8 — Miss Rae’s strathspey by Andw. Gow  p.8 — Colonel Campbell of Monzie’s favourite  p.8 — The London Highland society: a strathspey by Lord Macdonald  p.9 — Lord Macdonald’s reel  p.9 — Honble. Mr. Ramsay Maule’s favourite by Nath. Gow  p.10 — Honble. Mr. Ramsay Maule’s strathspey  p.10 — Mrs. Ramsay of Barnton’s strathspey  p.10 — Lady L. Ramsay’s reel  p.11 — Nathaniel Gow’s lament for the death of his brother by Nath. Gow  p.11 — Lady Daylrymple of North Berwick’s favourite  p.12 — Originall sett of O’er the water to Charlie  p.12 — Dancing sett, or, The Wishaw’s delight  p.12 — Roy’s wife  p.13 — Mr. Lumsdeane of Blanerne’s strathspey  p.13 — Mr. Dun’s frolick: a reel  p.13 — Mrs. Hamilton of Pincaitlands strathspey  p.14 — The Tweedale club  strathspey by Nath. Gow  p.14 — Lady Elibanks favourite strathspey  p.15 — Honbl. Miss Charteri’s reel  p.15 — Lady Shaftsbury’s strathspey by Nath. Gow  p.15 — Miss H. Hunter’s of Blackness:b reel by Nath. Gow   p.16 — Miss Drummond of Perth’s strathspey  p.16 — Jenny Nettles: a reel  p.16 — Cameron has got his wife again a strathspey  p.17 — Miss Chalmer’s jigg by Nath. Gow  p.17 — Miss L. Montgomrie of Skermorlie: strathspey  p.17 — Mr. Hamilton of Wishaw’s reel  p.18 — Earl of Mortons jigg  p.18 — Mrs. Dundas of Arniston’s reel by Will. Gow  p.18 — Lady Charlotte Campbell’s strathspey by Nath. Gow  p.19 — Earl of Lauderdales reel  p.19 — Miss Hamilton of Bangowre’s strathspey  p.19 — Earl of Dalkeiths reel  p.20 — Mrs. Hamilton of Wishaw’s strathspey  p.20 — Sir John Scott’s favourte  Irish  p.20 — Dunse ding’s a’ or Mr. Sharps favourite: a reel  p.21 — Carlione a favourite Irish tune  p.21 — Miss Johnston of Hilton’s fancy by Nath. Gow  p.22 — The bottle of punch by Irish  p.22 — Athole brose or Niel Gow’s favourite strathspey  p.22 — Mrs. Weyme’s of Cuttlehill’s strathspey  p.23 — Honble. Captn. Elphinston’s strathspey by Nath. Gow  p.23 — Miss Z. Loughman’s strathspey by Miss Sharpe of Hoddom  p.23 — Miss Campbell of Monzie’s rell  p.24 — Mr. Ronald Crawford’s strathspey by Nath. Gow  p.24 — Callam shiarghlas an old Highland tune  p.25 — Miss Macmurdos favourite: a strathspey  p.25 — Mr. Baillie of Mellerston’s strathspey  p.25 — Miss Baird of Saughtonhall’s hornpipe by Nath. Gow  p.26 — Kempshott hunt  p.26 — Mrs. Houston of Rosehall’s favourite by Nath. Gow  p.26 — Lady Mary Hay’s Scotch measure by Nath. Gow  p.27 — Miss Weymes of Weymes a strathspey  p.27 — Mr. Stabilini’s favourite  p.28 — Mr. Robertson of Ladykirk’s strathspey by Nath. Gow  p.28 — Mrs. Morthland’s reel  p.28 — Miss Margrett Brown’s favourite  p.29 — Miss Cathrine Chalmer’s reel by Nath. Gow  p.29 — Money in both pockets  p.30 — The Morgan rattler  p.30 — The lakes of Kellarnie: Irish  p.31 — Mr. Drummond younger of Perth’s strathspey  p.31 — The Irish washerwoman  p.31 — Miss Eleanora Robertson’s favourite by Nath. Gow  p.32 — Earl of Hyndfords reel  p.32 — Princess Augusta  p.32 — Mrs. Macleod of Elanreoch’s strathspey  p.33 — Miss Sally Hunter of Thurston’s jigg by Nath. Gow  p.33 — Miss Grace Hay’s delight  p.33 — The bob of Fattercairn: a reel  p.34 — The celebrated German minuet by with variations by the late Mr. Nisbet of Dirleton & Jo. Shaw Stewart, Esqr.  p.34 — In the style of an opera dance by Mr. Nisbet  p.35 — The boolonzie  p.35 — John Anderson’s auldest daughter  p.36 — Rattling roaring Willie or Mr. Robertson of Ladykirk’s delight  p.36 — Mr. Alexr. Cunningham’s strathspey p.36


1799_Longman 24 dances for the year 1799

The royal quick step / Admiral McBride’s strathspey reel – Miss MC Cloud’s fancy / The royal wedding – The new german waltz / Madam del Caro’s reel – Lord Howe’s horpipe / The Goucester reel – Mrs Hermitage Fancy / Mrs Leater, or the Brunswick – Lady Mary Montague’s fancy / Lord Home’s strathspey – The marquis of Lorn’s strathspey / Athol house – The poney race / The breast knot – The princess of wales’s waltz / Zorinsky – Hamilton of wishaw’s reel / Mrs Blair’s fancy – The 15th of february / The duchess’s slipper – The english telegraph / Quiberon bay


1800_05_John PEACOCK_Favorite collection of tunes

A mile to ride p.1 — All the night I lay with Jockey p.19 — Black and the Gray p.11 — Bonny bay mare and I p.3 — Bonny lad –  The bonny pit lad p.2 — Bobby shaftoe –  Bonarpat’s expedition p.18 — Butter’d peas p.20 — Charles Street Bath p.6 — Cuckold come out of the Amrey p.10 — Cuddy clw’d her p.10 — Cut and Dry dolly p.19 — Farewell p.5 — Felton lonning p.14 — Frisky p.1 — The general toast p.7 — Gillan na drover p.12 — Gin a body meet a body p.6 — Highland Laddie p.21 — Highland laddie  p.24 — I’m over young to marry yet p.7 — O saw my love come passing by me p.8 — Jackey Layton p.23 — Jockeys stays’s long at the fair p.4 — Lady Coventry’s minuet p.2 — Lochail’s march p.15 — Meggy’s foot p.9 — Millers daughter p.18 — My ain kind dearie p.3 — My deary sits over late up p.8 — Money Musk p.2 — New drop of Brandy p.2 — Newmarket  races p.22 — Niel Gow p.2 — Niel Gow’s wife p.1 — Over the dyke p.20 — Oh say bonny lass p.6 — Over the border p.4 — Oyster wifes rant p.13 — Paddy whack p.7 — The parks of Yester p.15 — The peacock follows the Hen p.21 — Sir Charles ‘s rant p.7 — Suttors of Slkirk  – Tulloch Goram p.16 — Welcome to the town again p.17 — Wigh’s fancy p.12 — Wylan away p.13


1803_Preston’s 24 Country Dances for the Year 1803

The blessing of peace / The merry lads of Ayre – Sr John Stuart of Gartallie’s rant / The lads of Glasgow – Speed the plough / Duchess of York’s warltz – Duke of Clarence’s waltz / This is not my own house – Miss menage’s hornpipe / Castle down – Indernytie’s rant / Mr dundass Mc Queen’s reel – Lady Margaret Stewart’s reel / Paddy O Flanagan – Madm buonaparte’s waltz / Duplin house – Lord Albermarle’s reel / The campbells are coming – Folly as it flie / Irish ship builder


1803_Fentum_A favorite Collection of Country Dances

Fairy Revels / A Trip To The Clouds — Middlesex Election / Lonney Mc Walters Wedding  — Sixty Third Letter / The Fire Balloon — Union New Waltz / Widow And No Widow (?) — The Yound Widow / Picnick Waltz — Phantasmagoriae Hornpipe / Byrne’s Hornpipe — Beggar Girl / Johnstones Reel — The Enchanted Harp / Capt Sowdens (?) Fancy — The Devil’s Pleased / Sir Francis Burdett’s Victory — Voice Of Nature / Picnick Reel — Pollaca / Invisible Girl — Bonaparte Waltz / Sir David Hunter Blairs Reel


1803_Gray_24 Country Dances for the Year 1803

Tom Jone’s Waltz — Lord Guiford’s whin — Miss Mary’s Frolick — Lord Duncans favorite — Monsr Garnerins Flight — A Trip to Preston Guild — Bartholomew fair — Lord Nelson’s whim — Jacks Tar’s Delight — Miss Darbys waltz — Rafling Morgan — A house a fire — Edinburgh Races — Now or never — Lady Howards waltz — The lawyers’s fee — Sleepy Moggy — The Fancy ?? — Lord Lotherdale favorite — Miss Randles whim — madame Recaimers waltz — Second thoughts are best — The voice of nature — The Golden Farmer’s


1803_Bland_Weller_24 Favorite Country Dances Hornpipes and Reels

Tarry awhile — he Hamburg Waltz — Lady Harriot Leslies Waltz — Miss Louisa Johnstones Fancy — Trip to Weymouth — Garnerins Waltz — The Fairies Revels — The Parachute — The Tars of the victory — King Street Assembly — Lord Collingwood  — Madame Ricamiers Waltz — The Aerial Flight — The Eclipse — Mrs Hamiltons of Wishaws Strathspey — Earl of Northesks Strathspey — Mr John Shaw Stewards Strathspey — Earl of Eglintons Strathspey — The Gooseberry Bush or Epping Forest — sTrip to Paris — This is not my ain House — Miss Barbara Parkers Fancy — The General Election


1805_THOMPSON_24 Country Dances for the Year 1805

The Humours of Cork / Thro’ the wood of Fife – Captn Keeler’s reel / miss Maxwell’s reel – The triump / Duchess of Bedford’s Strathspey – Lord John Campbell’s reel / The magic Oak – Murphy Delany / Laborie’s hornpipe – Mrs Wm Lushington’s reel / Norah Greenah – Pinto’s whim a reel / Off she goes – Miss Blair’s Strathspey / Miss Ellison Chalmer’s fancy – The new town of Edinburgh / The arch Duke Charles’s waltz – Wilkinson’s hornpipe / Miss Eliza Campbell of Shawfield’s fancy – Leith Races / major Robertson’s reel – Windsor Castle / Lady Carr Glynn’s fancy


1806_Gows Repository of the Dance Music of Scotland

The first part is from HMS.scot  !

First Part:

The Highland Watch, now the 42d. Regt. or Royal Highlanders Strathspey. (p. 1) — Lewis Gordon. (p. 2) — South and North, or both sides of the Tweed, a Strathspey. (p. 2) — Struan Robertson’s Rant, a Strathspey (p. 2) — Aldavaloch – or o’er the moor amang the heather. (p. 3) — Carrack’s Rant a Strathspey, The old Scotch Song of Mary Scott is taken from this Tune. (p. 3) — Is your Graith in order, or the whipman’s Rant, a Strathspey. (p. 4) — Lord Eglintoun’s auld man., a Strathspey. (p. 4) — MacPherson’s Lament (p. 4) — Miss Admiral Gordon’s Strathspey by Mr. Marchall. (p. 5) — Watson’s Scotch Measure, A very old Tune. (p. 5) — Port a Bhodich. or the Carles Rant. (p. 6) — Tibby Fowler o’ the Glen, a Strathspey. (p. 6) — The Lassie with the yellow Cottie Strathspey. (p. 7) — Lord Banff’s Strathspey. (p. 7) — The Original Sett of Killecrankie. (p. 7) — The Braes of Tullymet, a Strathspey. (p. 8) — Coll. Mc. Bain’s Reel. (p. 8) — Lord Kelly’s Strathspey (p. 8) — The Bober’s o’ Brechin, a Reel. by Mr. Marchall. (p. 9) — Captain Keelers Reel. (p. 9) — The Marquis of Huntleys Strathspey. by Mr Marchall (p. 9) — Sir Ronald Mc. Donalds Reel. (p. 9) — Monny Musk, a Strathspey by D.D. (p. 10) — The Bober’s O’ Brechin A reel (p. 10) — Petty Coat loose, a Jig. (p. 10) — Don Side, a Strathspey. (p. 11) — Thro’ the Wood of Favie, a Reel. (p. 11) — Cadgers of the Cannongate, a Reel. (p. 12) — Duke of Gordons birth day, a Strathspey. (p. 12) — Green grows the Rashes, a Reel. (p. 12) — Whistle o’er the leave o’t, a Strathspey. (p. 12) — Dumfries House. A Gig by Jo:Riddle. (p. 13) — Mary Gray. a Reel. (p. 13) — The Auld wife ayont the fire. a Reel. (p. 14) — The Lassie wi’ the yellow Cottie. a Reel (p. 14) — Sodger Laddie. a Gig. (p. 14) — The Campbell’s are coming. a Gig. (p. 15) — Delvin Side. a Strathspey (p. 15) — Duke of Perth’s Reel. (p. 15) — Bog on Lochan or Athole Cummers. a Strathspey. (p. 16) — Miss Flora McDonald’s Reel (p. 16) — I hae a wife o’ my ain. (p. 17) — Sweet Molly. a Reel. (p. 17) — Lord Kilmaur’s Reel. (p. 17) — Moll in the Wadd. a Jig. (p. 18) — Rory Mac Nab. a Reel. (p. 18) — Rothemurchue’s Rant. a Strathspey. (p. 18) — Fight about the fire side. a Reel. (p. 19) — The Merry Lads of Air. Reel. by John Riddle. (p. 19) — Welcome to your feet again. a Strathspey. by John Riddle (p. 19) — The Braes of Auchtertyre. a Reel. (p. 20) — I’ll make you fain to follow me. Jig. (p. 20) — Bung Your Eye. a Jig. (p. 21) — The Highland man kiss’s his Mother. (p. 21) — Lady Home’s Jig. (p. 21) — Bonny Annie (p. 22) — Brose and Butter (p. 22) — Mackenzie’s Rant. a Strathspey (p. 22) — What the D_ _ l ails you. a Reel. (p. 22) — Because he was a bonny Lad &c. a Reel. (p. 23) — Lord Alexr. Gordon’s. Strathspey. (p. 23) — The Ranting Highland man. a Reel. (p. 23) — The Marquis of Huntlys Farewell. a Strathspey. (p. 24) — Gordon Castle. a Strathspey. (p. 24) — Greigs Pipes. a Reel. (p. 24) — Fill the Stoup. a Reel. (p. 25) — Lady Nelly Wemys’s Jig. (p. 25) — The Reel of Tulloch. (p. 25) — Birks of Abergeldy. a Reel. (p. 26) — Borlams. Strathspey. (p. 26) — John Roy Stewart. a Strathspey. (p. 26) — The Braes of Balqudder. a Reel. (p. 27) — Dainty Davie. a Strathspey. (p. 27) — I’ll gang nae mair to yon town. a Reel. (p. 28) — Johnny Mc. Gill. a Jig. (p. 28) — Let us to the Aird. a Strathspey. (p. 28) — Earl of Marshall. a Reel. (p. 28) — Lennox’s love to Blantyre. a Reel. (p. 29) — The Whigs of Fife. a Reel. (p. 29) — Woo’d and Married and a’. (p. 29) — The Cameronian Rant. a Reel. (p. 30) — Miss Ann AEmelia Stuart’s Strathspey. By D. Mackintyre. (p. 30) — Miss Murray of Auchtertyre’s Strathspey. By John Bowie. (p. 30) — Athole House. a Reel. D.D. (p. 31) — Lady Harriot Hope. a Reel. (p. 31) — Mrs. Garden of Troup’s Strathspey By Pettrie. (p. 31) — Brechin Castle. a Strathspey. (p. 32) — Drown Drought. a Jig. (p. 32) — Isle of Sky. a Reel. (p. 32) — Miss Vearie Hay. a Reel. by D.D. (p. 32) — Back of the Change House. a Reel. (p. 33) — The Ruffians Rant. a Strathspey. (p. 33) — Duncan Davidson. a Strathspey. (p. 34) — Jenny Dang the Weaver. a Reel. (p. 34) — Strathglass House. a Strathspey (p. 34) — The Lasses of Stewarton. a Reel. (p. 35) — My wife is a wanton wee thing. a Jig. (p. 35) — Andrew Carr. a Jig. (p. 36) — Humours of Dublin. a Jig. (p. 36) — Jennys Bawbee. a Reel. (p. 36) — The Boganuadh. or the New Bob. a Reel. (p. 37) — The North Bridge of Edinburgh. a Strathspey. (p. 37) — Tail Todle. a Reel. Supposed Welsh. (p. 37) — Brisk Bob. a Strathspey (p. 38) — The Old Country Bumpkin. (p. 38) — Sleepy Maggie. a Reel. (p. 38)

Second part:

Hei tuti teti p.1 — Honest Duncan: a strathspey p.1 — Johnny in the nether mains p.2 — Saw ye Johnny coming p.2 — Mac Griogair a ruaro: lamentation for McGrigor of Roro p.2 — The original Highland laddie: the quickstep of the gallant 42d regt p.2 — Lord Aboyne p.3 — Mr Lauchlanes Scotish measure p.3 — Gin a body meet a body: a strathspey p.4 — Miss Gibson’s jig p.4 — A cold frosty morning p.4 — The blue ribbon Scotish measure p.4 — Sweet is the lass that dwell’s among heather: a strathspey p.5 — Joy gae wee my love: a very old Highland tune p.5 — The Highlanders farewell to Ireland: a strathspey p.5 — Fingal’s cave: a strathspey / John gow p.6 — Auld wife ayond the fire: a strathspey p.6 — Lassie I’ll come near you: a strathspey p.6 — The princes royal p.7 — Widow are ye waking p.7 — King Terrol p.8 — The royal recovery: a strathspey p.8 — New market or John Paterson’s mare goes Foremost p.8 — Coolun p.10 — Isle of Sky: Scotish measure p.10 — He’s dear to me tho’ he’s far frae me p.10 — Hey Jenny come down to Jack p.11 — Old Dumbarton’s drums: Scotish measure p.11 — Ailen a roon p.11 — Auld springs (tunes) gees nae price p.11 — The maid that tends the goats p.12 — The humours of the glen p.12 — He’s aye kissing me p.12 — Niel Gow’s wife: a strathspey p.13 — John Cheap the chapman: a reel by Nath p.13 — Gow p. — The Craig of Barn’s: a strathspey p.13 — Sir John Lockhart Ross’s reel p.14 — My mither is aye glowren o’er me: a jig p.14 — Lady Wallace: a reel p.14 — Honble Capn Maitland’s strathspey by Nath Gow p.14 — Torry Burn: a reel p.15 — The Parson in boots: a jig p.15 — The old man will never die: a reel p.15 — Open the door to three: a jig p.16 — New Christmass or bass reel p.16 — The pipers maggot: a jig p.16 — The Perrie Werrie: a reel p.16 — Merrily danced the Quakers wife: a jig p.17 — Sucky bids me: a reel p.17 — The malt-man: a jig p.17 — The braes of Athole: a reel p.18 — New claret: a jig p.18 — Kincaldrum’s reel p.18 — The white cockade p.19 — If I had a bonny lass little sleep wou’d fair me: a reel p.19 — Hey to the camp: a jig p.19 — Brown’s reel p.20 — Mr Vicar’s strathspey by Nath p. — Gow p.20 — The chace: a reel p.20 — Go to the devel & shake yourself: a jig p.21 — Oer Bogie wi my love: a reel p.21 — Gowd in Goupins: a jig p.21 — Sandy is my darling: a reel p.22 — O as I was kiss’d yesterday: a jig p.22 — Rise ye lazy lubber: a reel p.22 — Bobin John [Bob and John] p.22 — Donald Quaich: a reel p.23 — I love my love for she love’s me: a jig p.23 — The drummer a reel p.23 — Neil Gow’s strathspey p.24 — The high road to Linton: a reel p.24 — The bog of Gight: a strathspey p.24 — The Mason’s apron: a reel p.24 — The miller of Drone: a strathspey by Nath Gow p.25 — Keep the country bonny lassie: a reel p.25 — Cut & dry: a strathspey p.26 — Lick the ladle Sandy: a reel p.26 — Allan Ramsay: a jig p.26 — Cuttymun & treeladle: a reel p.26 — The far awa’ wedding: a jig p.27 — The Haggies o’ Dunbar: a reel p.27 — The high way to Dublin: a jig p.27 — Ballendallonh’s dream p.28 — The Houmours of Kelkenney: a jig p.28 — The Carle he came o’er the craft, wee his beard new shaven: a reel p.28 — Willie Winkie’s testament: a strathspey p.29 — Thro’ the moor she ran: a reel p.29 — New-years day: a jig p.29 — Capt Kennedy’s reel p.29 — Cary Owen p.30 — Lady Dumfries’s reel p.30 — Go to Berwick Johnny p.30 — Lady Charlotte Campbell’s medley: The reels, The strathspey p.31 — Miss Gibson’s (or The Cumberland) reel p.31 — Mrs McDonald of Clanranald’s strathspey  by Nath Gow p.31 — Sally Kelly: a reel p.32 — Sanders brane: a strathspey p.32 — The weapon shaw: reel p.32 — The sailors wife: a jig p.32 — Ratha fair: a reel p.33 — Bargenny bowling green: a jig p.33 — The geen tree: a reel p.34 — The rocks of Cashel: a strathspey p.34 — I winna gae to bed, until I’m married: a reel p.34 — Hey to cupar: a jig p.35 — The braes of Marr: a reel p.35 — The chorus jig p. — Steer the gill: a reel p.36 — The Marquis of Huntleys Highland fling p.36 — Lady Mackintosh’s reel or for a’ that and a’ that p.36 — The Duke of Cumberland’s strathspey p.36 — The auld Stewarts back again: a reel p.37 — Kiss me fast my Minnie’s coming: a jig p.37 — The swallow: a reel p.37 — Look before you: a strathspey p.37 — Look behind you: a reel p.38 — The banks of Allan p.38 — Thro’ the warl’d wou’d I gae we the lad I like: a reel p.38 — Good night and joy be we ye a’ p.38

Part Third

Drunk at night and dry in the morning p.1 — Prince Charles farewell to Scotland p.2 — Sherriff Muir p.2 — Lord Buchan p.2 — O’er the muir to Ketty p.3 — The Highland president by by the late Mr. Geo: Jenkins p.3 — Up in the morning early p.4 — The marriage knot p.4 — Ther’s nae luck about the house, or for a’ that and a’ that p.4 — Nancy Dawson p.5 — When the King came o’er the (Boyne) water p.5 — Bonny Charlie, a Scotish measure p.5 — Birnam wood by by John Gow p.6 — The bonny Highland laddie (or Cairney mount) p.6 — Sleepy Bodie p.6 — Mrs. Gordon of Bellies, strathspey p.7 — The miller of Dee p.8 — Sleep on till day p.8 — The fallen hero by by Nath. Gow p.8 — Mr. Marshalls compts. to Niel Gow p.9 — She’s fair and fause p.9 — Put the gown upon the bishop p.9 — A Skye air p.10 — The original sett of the braes of Marr p.10 — Dunira Lodge by by Miss M. Stirling p.11 — We’er no very fou but we’er gayly yet, or The Laird of Skones favorite p.11 — The weary pund o’ tow p.11 — Whistle and I’ll come to you my lad p.12 — My only Joe and dearie p.12 — Peggy Bawnd p.12 — Cauld hail in Aberdeen p.13 — Jockey was the blythest lad in a’ our town p.13 — Kindness for ever mair p.13 — O let me in this ae night p.14 — The lone vale p.14 — Here’s a health to them that’s awa’ p.14 — Lord Seaforth’s strathspey p.15 — O’er the moor among the heather, a reel p.15 — Johnny Pringle, a strathspey p.15 — Miss Fraser’s reel p.16 — The Laird of Mackintosh’s strathspey p.16 — Miss Ramsay’s reel p.16 — Jack’s alive, a jig p.17 — Love in a village, a reel p.17 — Barley cakes, a jig p.17 — Ambelree, a reel p.18 — St. Patricks day in the morning, a jig p.18 — Jockey Latin, a reel p.18 — The Duchess of Gordon, a strathspey by D.D. p.19 — An honourable peace, a reel by D.D. p.19 — Lady Douglas of Bothwell, a jig by D.D. p.19 — Lord Binnings reel by D.D. p.20 — Willie Duncan, a strathspey by by Nath. Gow p.20 — The spell, a reel p.20 — The Irish wedding, a jig p.20 — The bonny lass of Fisherrow, a reel by D.D. p.21 — Peggie’s wedding, a jig p.21 — General McKay’s reel by D:D. p.22 — The maids of Isla, a strathspey p.22 — O she’s comical, a reel p.22 — Mrs. Christie’s strathspey by by Mr. Marshall p.23 — The mullin du, or Black mill, a reel p.23 — Miss Elphinstone’s strathspey by by McIntyre p.23 — Ain kind dearie, a reel p.24 — Largo Law, a strathspey p.24 — Comely garden, a reel by D.D. p.24 — Hay my Nanny, a jig p.24 — The fyket, a reel p.25 — The bride is a bossy thing, a jig p.25 — Captain Ross, a reel p.26 — Guzzle together, a jig p.26 — Up and war them a’ Willie, a reel p.26 — The cushion dance, a jig p.27 — Captain Macduff’s reel by D:D. p.27 — The feet washing, a jig p.27 — Mrs. General Campbells reel p.28 — Donald Dow’s strathspey by D.D. p.28 — The Glasgow lasses, a reel p.28 — Lady Jardine’s strathspey p.29 — Miss Grant of Grant, a reel by D:D. p.29 — The Duchess of Manchester’s strathspey p.30 — The Parks of Fochabers, a reel p.30 — The short apron, a jig p.30 — The Highland skip, a reel by D.D. p.31 — Willie’s awa’, a strathspey p.31 — Miss Whitefoords reel p.31 — The doctor, a strathspey p.32 — Lady Betty Boyle’s reel by by R. Mackintosh p.32 — Murphy Delaney, a jig p.32 — Miss Hopkins reel p.32 — Ben Lomond, a strathspey p.33 — The boatman of Pitnacree, a reel p.33 — Bennevis, a strathspey p.33 — Lord Kinnaird’s reel p.34 — Roaring jelly, a jig p.34 — Pretty Pegg, a reel p.34 — Marchmont House, a jig p.34 — Lord Macdonald’s old reel p.35 — Dalry House, a strathspey p.36 — Pease straw, a reel p.36 — Sir Archd. Dunbar, a strathspey p.36 — Glen Lyons reel p.37 — Corimonies rant, a strathspey by D.D. p.37 — Black but comely, a reel p.37 — Mellonie’s jig p.38 — Honble. Mrs. Graham of Balgowan’s reel by D.D. p.38 — The hay makers.38

Part Fourth

Charlie he’s my darling Original set p.1 — Charlie he’s my darling  Modern set p.1 —  The days o’ yore p.2 — The Highland Brigade at Waterloo p.2 — Lamentation further fallen heroe’s of Waterloo p.3 — Kenmure’s on an’ awa Willie p.4 — The marchioness Cornwallis’s p.4 — Miss Forbes farewell p.5 — Kind Robin lo’es me p.5 — The royal Highlanders welcome from Waterloo p.6 — There’ll ne’er be peace till Jamie come hame p.6 — Green sleeves p.7 — Weel may the boatie row p.8 — Steer her up an’ had her gaun p.8 — A gaelic air p.9 — Cawdor fair p.9 — The Island of Mull by the earl of eglinton’s p.10 — Black Jock p.10 — Johny faa the gypsie laddie p.11 — The highland secretary p.11 — Thro’s the wood laddie p.12 — Fy let us a’ to the  wedding p.12 — The lass of Livingston p.13 — Gudewife of Peebles p.14 — Tak’ your auld cloak about ye p.14 — Anwick lodge p.14 — Lady Montgomerie by the Earl of Egletown p.15 — The shepherd’s son p.15 — The flowers Masgistrates of edimburgh p.16 — Mis Mc Leod’s favorite p.16 — The honourable Mrs Leslie Cuming p.16 — Wandering willie p.17 — The rock and wee pickle tow p.17 — Captain Simon Fraser of Knocky’s favorite p.18 — Duncan Gray p.18 — Todlen hame p.19 — Rasay house p.20 — Mrs Gordon’s Favorite p.20 — Carle an’ the king come p.20 — The marquis of Hastings p.21 — Lady Matilda Bruce’s reel p.21 — The new water kettle p.22 — The lass of ballantrae p.22 — Go to Berwick Johnny p.22 — Banss Castle p.23 — Lady Binning’s p.23 — The stewarts rant p.24 — Teviot bridge p.24 — Mr Compton of Carham Hall’s reel p.24 — Panmure house p.25 — The marquis of Tullybardine’s reel p.25 — Highland Whisky  p.26 — Miss Stewart of Fasnacloich’s reel p.26 — Mrs Grant of Lagan’s p.26 — Miss Wedderburn’s reel  or Burn of Carnie p.27 — The bank of spey p.27 — The bridge of Perth p.28 — Craig Ellachie Bridge p.28 — Charlie Stuart p.29 — Hamilton races p.29 — There’s nae luck about the house p.29 — Miss Hope’s  p.30 — Johnny made a wedding o’t p.30 — Drumlanrig castle p.30 — Johnny’s friend are ne’er pleased p.30 — Ayrshire lasses p.31 — The Argyll bowling green p.31 — Glenbucket’s breeks p.32 — Kiss me sweetly p.32 — Orange and blue p.32 — Castle Campbell p.33 — Appin house p.33 — Highland laddie p.34 — Ca’ the wethers to the hill p.34 — The bridge of Garry p.34 — Charles street bath p.34 — Gille Calum p.35 — Blair drummond p.35 — Rasay’s favorite p.36 — Miss erskine of Alva’s p.36 — Tha biodag aig Mac Thomais ( Mc homas (Thompson) has a dirk p.36 — Mc Farlane’s rant p.37 — Lady Elinora Home reel p.37 — Earl of Kinnoull’s reel p.37 — Dalkeith house p.37 — Cheap meal or good harvest p.38 — Elsie Marly  p.3


1808_Crosby’s Irish Musical Repository

Adieu My Lov’d Harp p.167 — Adieu my lov’d harp, for no more shall the vale p.167 — Ah! dark are the halls where your ancestors revell’d p.228 — Answer to Kate Kearney p.145 — As Dermot toil’d one summer’s day p.22 — As down on Banna’s banks I stray’d p.110 — As I went down by yon blind quay p.114 — Assist me, ye lads who have hearts void of guile p.99 — At sixteen years old you could get little good of me p.68 — Attend to me, landsmen and sailors, and others p.233 — Awake the Harp’s Slumber p.155 — Awake the harp’s slumber to Pleasure’s soft lay p.155 — Beam on the Streamlet Was Playing, The p.266 — Brisk Irish Lad, The p.116 — Bumper Squire Jones p.55 — Can an Irishman practise such guile p.52 — Captain Megan p.162 — Corporal Casey p.135 — Cushlamachree p.38 — Dear Erin, how sweetly thy green bosom rises p.38 — Dennis Delaney p.149 — Dermot and Sheelah p.22 — Dublin Sights p.261 — Each pretty young Miss, with a long heavy purse p.116 — Exiled Irishman’s Lamentation, The p.231 — Fairies’ Song, The p.250 — Go, Edmund, Join the Martial Throng p.185 — Go, Edmund, join the martial throng p.185 — Gramachree Molly p.110 — Green Little Shamrock, The p.106 — Green were the fields where my forefathers dwelt p.231 — Grinders, The p.253 — Hush the Soft Sigh, Oh! p.201 — I sing of a war set on foot for a toy p.95 — I Was the Boy for Bewitching ‘Em p.49 — I was the boy for bewitching ’em p.49 — If my own botheration don’t alter my plan p.13 — I’m a comical fellow, I tell you no fib p.30 — I’m Larry O’Lash’em, was born at Killarney p.89 — In sweet Tipperary, the pride of the throng p.149 — Ireland for Ever p.233 — Irish Drinking Song p.45 — Irish Merry-Making p.198 — Irish Wedding, The p.169 — Irishman’s Theatrical Description, The p.210 — Is’t my country you’d know? I’m an Irishman born p.25 — It was Murphy Delaney, so funny and frisky p.86 — Judy O’Flannikin p.65 — Kate Kearney p.143 — Kathelin and Teddy p.138 — Kathelin sat all alone p.138 — Lake of Killarney, The p.132 — Larry O’Lash’em p.89 — Leap Year p.124 — Let Other Men Sing of Their Goddesses Bright p.129 — Let other men sing of their goddesses bright p.129 — Love and Whisky p.178 — Love and whisky both rejoice an honest fellow p.178 — Love for Love p.122 — Margery Grinder p.257 — Mine Be the Cottage within the Vale p.226 — Moon Dimm’d Her Beams, The p.175 — Mr Grimgruffinhoff p.52 — Mr Mullins and Miss Whack p.102 — Mr O’Gallagher p.61 — Mulrooney’s my name, I’m a comical boy p.19 — Murphy Delaney p.86 — Murphy O’Casey p.71 — My grandmother Judy had oft made me wonder p.92 — Night Is Calm, The p.203 — Now Is the Spell-Working Hour of the Night p.272 — Now is the spell-working hour of the night p.272 — O love is the soul of a neat Irishman p.9 — O the face of brave Captain Megan p.162 — O what a dainty fine thing is the girl I love p.61 — O will you sit in the bow’r with me p.239 — Och, I sing of a wedding, and that at Dunleary p.41 — Of the ancients it’s speaking p.45 — Oh touch, dear maid, the trembling string p.181 — Oh yes, I have seen this Kate Kearney p.145 — Oh! hush the soft sigh, maid p.201 — Oh! many a mountain I wearily measure p.158 — Oh! mine be the cottage within the vale p.226 — Oh! pleasant was the moon p.196 — Oh! when I breath’d a last adieu p.164 — Oh! when that mild eye is beaming p.259 — Oh, did you not hear of Kate Kearney p.143 — Oh, whack! Cupid’s a mannikin p.65 — On a Green Bank Gentle Mary Was Seated p.173 — On a green bank gentle Mary was seated p.173 — On Ireland’s ground, seat of true hospitality p.102 — On the Lake of Killarney I first saw the lad p.132 — One Bottle More p.99 — Ope Thy Casement, Lady Bright p.191 — Ope thy casement, lady bright p.191 — Origin of Irish Sirnames p.141 — Paddy Bull’s Expedition p.33 — Paddy Macshane’s Seven Ages p.13 — Paddy O’Blarney p.25 — Paddy the Piper p.274 — Paddy’s Balloon p.281 — Paddy’s Dream p.92 — Paddy’s Trip from Dublin p.81 — Pleasant Was the Moon, Oh! p.196 — Quit Not Yet the Shady Bow’r p.221 — Quit not yet the shady bow’r p.221 — Search all the world, high and low p.253 — Sheelah’s Wedding p.41 — Shepherds, I Have Lost My Love p.287 — Shepherds, I have lost my love p.287 — Siege of Troy, The p.95 — Since Love Is the Plan p.284 — Since love is the plan p.284 — Sleep On, My Kathleen Dear p.248 — Sleep on, sleep on, my Kathleen dear p.248 — Smalilou p.16 — Some have travers’d the fathomless ocean p.281 — Song of the Last Harper, The p.228 — Sprig of Shillelah p.30 — Sprig of Shillelah, &c., A p.9 — Sun in the Wave Dipt His Lingering Ray, The p.160 — Sure won’t you hear what roaring cheer p.169 — Sweet Kathlane Macree p.245 — Swift Fly the Hours p.278 — Swift fly the hours, when in youth’s happy day p.278 — The beam on the streamlet was playing p.266 — The moon dimm’d her beams in a feathery cloud p.175 — The moon throws her shadowy light on the hill p.193 — The night is calm, and the air is still p.203 — The sun in the wave dipt his lingering ray p.160 — There was an Irish lad p.16 — There was Cormac O’Con p.141 — There with fun we the stocking throw p.198 — There’s a dear little plant that grows in our isle p.106 — Tho’ Late I Was Plump p.269 — Tho’ late I was plump, round, and jolly p.269 — Tho’ Leixlip Is Proud p.78 — Tho’ Leixlip is proud of its close shady bowers p.78 — ‘Tis Whisky I Adore p.114 — Touch, Dear Maid, the Trembling String, Oh p.181 — Turn Thy Wand’ring Steps, Fair Maid p.236 — Turn thy wand’ring steps, fair maid p.236 — ‘Twas bus’ness requir’d I’d from Dublin be straying p.81 — Twig of Shillelah, The p.19 — Wandering Harper, The p.158 — Wear with Me the Rosy Wreath p.215 — Wear with me the rosy wreath p.215 — What Can the Matter Be p.68 — When at home with dad p.261 — When first from Kilkenny, as fresh as a daisy p.71 — When first I met young Teddy’s eyes p.122 — When I Breath’d a Last Adieu, Oh! p.164 — When I took my departure from Dublin’s sweet town p.33 — When I was a boy in my father’s mud edifice p.274 — When I Was a Chicken p.74 — When I was a chicken, as high as a hen p.74 — When I was a mighty small boy p.257 — When I was at home, I was merry and frisky p.135 — When That Mild Eye Is Beaming, Oh! p.259 — When War Was Heard p.183 — When war was heard, and Erin’s call p.183 — Where Is the Vow, Ah! p.193 — Where Liffey Rolls Its Silver Stream p.224 — Where Liffey rolls its silver stream p.224 — Where the grassy turf o’erhung with willow p.188 — Where the Grassy Turf, &c. p.188 — Where’s the Rosy Smile p.147 — Where’s the rosy smile you gave me p.147 — Why Do Yon Lovely Virgins Mourn p.207 — Why do yon lovely virgins mourn p.207 — Will You Sit in the Bow’r with Me, O p.239 — Within this shelter’d mossy dell p.250 — Without the help of gamut, note p.210 — Won’t you hail the leap year p.124 — Ye good fellows all p.55 — Ye winds and ye waves, bear my sorrows away p.245 — You Never Did Hear of an Irishman’s Fear p.119 — You never did hear of an Irishman’s fear p.119


1810_The vocal melodies of Scotland-Nathaniel Gow_Vol 1

The flowers of the forest p.1 — The mill mill o p.2 — The bush aboon Traquair p.2 — The last time I came o’er the muir p.2 — I’ll never leave thee p.3 — For the lack of gow’d she left me p.3 — Busk ye busk ye p.4 — Logan water p.4 — Lochaber p.4 — The waefu’ heart p.5 — The collier’s daughter p.6 — Ettrick banks p.6 — Gae to the kye wi’ me Jamie p.6 — Low down in the broom p.7 — O’er the muir to Ketty p.7 — Here’s a health to my true love  acc. by the immortal Haydn p.8 — O can you sew cushions  the acc. by Haydn p.8 — Alloa House p.9 — When she came ben she bobbit  the acc. by Haydn p.10 — The braes of Ballandine p.10 — Polwart on the green  the acc. by Haydn p.11 — The birks of Invermay p.11 — Pinkie House p.12 — I had a horse  the acc. by Haydn p.12 — Galla water p.13 — Tarry woo p.13 — Allan water p.14 — The bonniest lass in a’ the warld p.14 — Sweet Annie frae the sea beach came p.14 — John of Badenyon p.15 — Oh! open the door p.15 — The banks of Banna p.16 — On a bank of flowers  the acc. by Haydn p.16 — My jo Janet p.17 — Lord Gregory p.17 — Thou art gane awa p.17 — The lea rig p.18 — An thou wert my ain thing p.18 — Corn rigs p.18 — Down the burn Davie p.19 — My Nanie o p.19 — The yellow hair’d laddie p.20 — The bonny brucket lassie  the acc. by Haydn p.20 — The bottom of the punch-bowl p.21 — Donald p.21 — I love my love in secret p.22 — Maggie Lawder p.22 — Katharine Ogie p.23 — Johnnie Cope p.23 — John Anderson my jo  the acc. by Haydn p.24 — Roslin Castle p.24 — My love is lost to me composed by Mr. Oswald p.25 — The solitude  by Mr. Oswald p.25 — John Hay’s bonny lassie p.26 — Auld Rob Morris p.26 — Gin ye winna tak’ me ye may let me be p.27 — Laddie lye near me p.27 — Muirland Willie p.27 — Wae’s my heart that we should sunder p.28 — The deuks dang o’er my daddy p.28 — Waly waly p.28 — Saw ye nae my Peggy p.29 — Bannocks o’ barley meal p.29 — Sae merry as we hae been p.30 — Auld Robin Gray p.30 — The lass of Patie’s mill p.31 — The ewe-bughts p.31 — Marys dream p.32 — Bonny Dundee p.32 — Tweed side p.33 — The waukin of the fauld p.33 — Gilderoy p.34 — Where will our gudeman lye p.34 — My apron dearie p.35 — The broom of Coudenknows p.35 — Donald and Flora p.36 — Ay wakin’ o p.36 — O for ane and twenty Tam p.36


1810_The vocal melodies of Scotland-Nathaniel Gow_Vol 2

Argyle is my ame p.25 — Aul langsyne p.36 — Auld robin Gray old set p.1 — Barbara allan p.4 — Bessy Bell and Mary Gray p.6 — Bessies Haggie p.30 — Blink o’er the burn swett betty p.14 — Bonny jean of Aberdeen p.5 — Ca’ the Ewes to the Knowes p.18 — Chevy Chace p.28 — Craigie Burn Wood p.32 — Cubernauld House p.28 — D_l tak’ the wars p.6 — Donacht head p.27 — Fairly shot of Her  p.10 — Fy gar rub her oer wi’ Strae p.2 — Gordon Castle p.18 — Had awa frae me Donald p.21 — How can I be sad on my wedding day p.22 — if e’er ye do well it’s a wonder p.29 — I wish my love were in a mire p. — Jacky and Jenny p.34 — Johnny cock up your Beaver p.36 — Johnies grey brecks p.13 — Kekkyburn Braes p.16 — Lament for Captain Cook p.26 — Lesslie’s march p.24 — Logie O’Buchan p.18 — Love is the cause o’my mourning p.17 — Mary scott the flower of Yarrow p.1 — Merry may the maid be p.21 — More n’ Jughean Ghiberlan p.20 — My boy tammy p.5 — My lodging is on the cold ground p.7 — My wife she dang me p.29 — Nancy’s to the greewood gane p.8 — O bonny lass will ye ly in a barrack p.24 — O’er the hills and far awa p.20 — Peggy I must love thee p.28 — Queen Mary’s lamentation p.25 — Robin adair p.19 — Sandy lent the man his mill p.11 — Saw ye my father p.22 — Sir James the Rose p.8 — Sour Piumbs is Galashiels p.12 — Strephon and Lydia p.16 — The Biathric o’t p.2 — The blue bell of Scotland  p.30 — The bonny grey ey’d morn p.14 — The bonny wee thing p.3 — The cardin o’t p.34 — The death of the linnet p.15 — The 14th of October p.4 — The gardner with his paidel p.19 — The looking glass p.17 — The maid in Bedlam p.4 — The mucking o’Geordies Byre p.13 — The Murray’s March p.33 — The Posie p.26 — The Siller Crown p.7 — The Tither morn p.35 — There’s my thumb I’ll never beguile ye p.12 — Three times croudic in a day p.35 — Wap at the widow my laddie p.5 — What can a young lassie do wi’an auld man p.32 — Willie was a wanton wag p.2 — Within a mile of Edinburgh p.3


1810_22 ca_Blackman’s selection of the most favorite hornipes

Richer’s Hornpipe — College Hornpipe — Hopkin’s Hornpipe — Miss Booth’s Hornpipe — Wood’s Hornpipe — Miss Menage’s Hornpipe — Miss Worgman’s Hornpipe — Fisher’s Hornpipe — Harlequin’s Hornpipe — Miss Gayton’s favorite Hornpipe — Sir Home Popham’s Hornpipe — Astley’s Hornpipe  — Mr Bologna’s Hornpipe in mother goose —  Stoney steps — Miss Baker’ Hornpipe — Nelson’s Hornpipe — Morpeth rant — Mrs Clark’s Hornpipe — Cooper’s Hornpipe — Bang up Hornpipe — Eclipse Hornpipe — Steam boat Hornpipe — Flowers of Edinburgh — Brocman’s Hornpipe — Lord st Vincent’s Hornpipe — Ferguson Hornpipe — Logier’s Hornpipe — Richard’s Hornpipe — Jones’s Hornpipe — Jubilee Hornpipe — The new clog Hornpipe — The Cuckoo’s nest


1810_John Mulholland_A Collection of Ancient Irish Airs

Vol 1 :
The Rising Sun p.1 — Planxty Maguire p.2 — Abigal judge  p.3 — Mrs Mc Dermott p.4 — The Mountains high  p.4 — The wild swan p.5 — Fairest Creature  p.6 — Planxty Johnston p.7 — Give me your hand p.8 — O’ Rourkes feast p.9 — Chorus p.17 — Lord Massareene p.19 — Planxty Crilly p.20 — Mr Cha O’Connor p.21 — John Moore p.22 — Thomas Burk p.23 — Kitty Magee p.24 — Lord Mayo p.25 — Planxty Sasigh (?) p.26 — Major Shanly p.27 — Captain Magen p.28 — The heart of Emania p.28 — SquireWoods p.29 — Young O Connor p.30 — Kitty Maginnis p.31 — I’m asleep and don’t waken me p.32 — The sly wooer p.33 — Luke Dillon p.34 — Virgin draw near me p.35 — Girls have you seen George  p.36 — Councellor Dillon p.39

Vol 2 :
Clanuff’s delight  p.40 — Dermot my love p.41 — Lord Galway p.42 — Councellor Mc Donough p.43 — Thomas Judge p.44 — That’s the road she went p.45 — Planxty kelly p.46 — Kitty Tirrell p.47 — Limerick’s lamentation p.48 — The foxes Sleep p.48 — Planxty Sudley p.49 — Grace Nugent p.50 — Miss Power p.51 — The Old truagh p.52 — Honorable Thomas Burk p.53 — Lady Blany p.54 — Dennis don’t be flattering P55 — Hide me from death p.56 — Mrs O’neill p.57 — Mrs Nugent p.58 — The Cuckoo p.59 — The solitary wooer p.60 — The pretty girl milking the cow p.61 — Oganaigh Oig ( = the blosson of the rasberry p. — Fairy queen  p.62 — Fairy queen for the flute p.64 — Mrs Sterling p.65 — The black jester p.66 — Planxty John Kelly p.67 — Ulta Beda p.67 — Carolans’s devotion p.68 — Planxty Reilly p.69 — Black but lovely p.70 — Molly Halfpenny  p.71 — Colonel O’hara p.72 — The parting of friends p.73 — Miss Moore p.74 — The joynture p.75 — Mrs O Neill  of carlean (carolan?)  p.76 — Planxty plunket p.77 — Mr Patrick Kelly p.78 — Planxty Mc Dermott p.79 — Mr William Ward p.80


1812_William Calvert’s Manuscript Tune Book

Miller’s rant p.3 — Merrily Dance the Quaker p.3 — Duncan Davidson p.4 — Royal Review p.4 — Psalm 16th p.5 — Bung your eye p.5 — Psalm 7rst p.6 — Psalm 51rst p.7 — Hymn for Christman day p.8 — Choe brisk (?) p.8 — Psalm 15th p.9 — Psalm 92nd p.9 — Psalm 81rst p.10 — Psalm 57th p.10 — Psalm 145th p.11 — Psalm 23rd p.11 — Psalm 149th p.12 — Psalm 139th p.12 — Psalm 108 p.13 — Psalm 149 p.13 — Lord Barnadis March p.14 — Green Grow the Rushes p.15 — Miss Wedderburns Reel  p.15 — Cameronian Rant p.16 — The devil’s dream p.17 — Of she goes .18 — Lochaber p.18 — Speed the Plough p.19 — The moon and seven stars p.20 — Croppies lie down p.20 — Go to the devil and shake himself p.21 — Pease upon a Trencher p.22 — The Heaving of the lead  p.22 — the Banks and Braes of Bonny Doon p.23 — A trip to Bengall p.24 — The sailors liberty p.24 — All Hands Upon Deck p.25 — Life let us cherish  p.25 — The new rigg’d ship p.26 — Sir David Reel p.26 — Miss Baker’s hornpipe p.27 — The beggars girl p.28 — Edinborough Hornpipe p.29 — Admiral Lord Nelson’s hornpipe p.30 — N°1 Hornpipe p.31 — Newcastles Hornpipes p.32 — Jacky’s alive p.33 — Tink a tink p.34 — Set Dance p. p.35 — Honey Moon p.36 — The Keel row p.37 — Nong Tong paw  p.38 — The Grinders p.38 — The Rangers hornpipe p.39 — Saxon’s Hornpipe p.40 — Dutch skipper p.41 — There’s nae luck about the house p.42 — Chapter of Things  p.43 — Seymour’s reel  p.44 — Batchelor’s hall p.44 — Butchers hornpipe p.46 — Slings boys Alemand  p.47 — The Gabio  p.48 — Money musk  p.49 — The Goddess  p.50


1815 ca_Button and Whitaker’s Selection of Dances, Reels and Waltzes_vol 8

The labyrinth – Lady Mary Bentinck’s fancy – The nameless – Shaddie – Largo’s fairy dance – Pandean dance in Tekeli – Ap shenkin – The triumph –

1815 ca_Button and Whitaker’s Selection of Dances, Reels and Waltzes_vol 9

Major (or  Miss) Spicer – Time’s tell tale – Will you say yes, say yes – The jew of mogadore – Caractacus – Miss Gayton’s fancy – who wins –  Sir gilbert go softly –

1815 ca_Button and Whitaker’s Selection of Dances, Reels and Waltzes_vol 11

The exile – Morgiana – The spanish patriots – Lord cathcart’s welcome to scotland – Caller herring – The marchiones of Tavistock’s waltz – Miss Bristow’s celebrated – The fairy prince –

1815 ca_Button and Whitaker’s Selection of Dances, Reels and Waltzes_vol 18

Miss Tilney Long’s favorite  — The tank Guaracha dance  — Voulez vous dansez  mademoiselle or the Portuguese dance  — Haverstock hill  — Morgiana in Spain  — Miss Hill’s favorite  — Countess of Gosford’s fancy


1820_Edward Jones_Musical and Poetical Relicks of the Welsh Bards

The march of the Men of Harlech p.1 — The courtesy of Meirioneth p.1 — The triplet, or warrior’s song p.2 — Ned Pughs grand daughter p.2 — The mintrelsy of Chirk Castle  p.3 — Gogerddam p.4 — The gallantries of Dolgelleu p.4 — White Snowdon p.4 — Away my herd to the Oaken Grove p.5 — Away my herd under the green Oak  p.5 — The melody of Cynwyd p.6 — The delight of the men of Dovey p.6 — The tune of the black cock p.7 — Tudor and Catherine p.8 — A duet both together p.09 — Mock Nightingale p.10 — Welcome the bee p.11 — The Blossom of the Honeysuckle p.11 — The Ebb of the Tide p.11 — The Allurement of Love p.12 — The Song of the olf man of the wood p.12 — Adieu my Juvenile Days  p.12 — Ursula p.14 — The delight of Abram on of Evan p.14 — The prince’s air p.14 — The Rising Sun p.15 — The little Babler p.15 — Drive the world before me p.15 — The Golden Robe p.16 — Ysgin Aur p.16 — Capt Morgan’s march p.17 — Awake harmonious Strings p.18 — White locks p.18 — The old Ditty p.19 — The marsh of Rhuddlan  p.20 — The Heavy heart p.24 — The Dimpled Cheek p.24 — Ffarwel ffranses p.24 — Ffarwel ned Puw p.25 — The bend of the little horse shoe p.25 — Three half tunes p.25 — The delight of Gruffydd ap Conan p.25 — Morvydh’s Riband p.26 — Megen’s Daughter p.26 — Good humour’d & fairly tipsey p.26 — The flowers of the Heath p.26 — Winefreda p.27 — Reged p.27 — The live long Night  p.28 — Ffrarwel Ednyfed Fychan p.28 — Maltraeth p.29 — Come to Battle p.29 — The porpoise p.29 — Fiddle faddle p.29 — Dafyddy Garreg wen p.30 — The blackbirds retreat p.30 — The rising of the Lark  p.31 — The red pipers melody p.33 — The debating song p.33 — Gardas Margt that lost her garter p.34 — The fair on’s choice p.34 — The absence song p.34 — The war song of the men of glamorgan p.35 — Sibyl p.35 — New years night  p.36 — A leap over the stone p.37 — Loath to depart  p.38 — The monks march p.39 — The dawning of Day p.40 — The beckoning fair one p.40 — The quenn’s dream p.40 — Solomon’s lily p.41 — Venture Gwen p.41 — Pen Rhaw  p.42 — Lady Owen’s favorite p.44 — Jenny’s Mantle p.44 — The mountain ash of service Tree p.44 — The blossom of the Thorns p.44 — The melody of Mona p.45 — Consêt dafydd ap Gwilym p.45 — The cap of the palace or Of noble race was Shenkin  p.45 — The welsh ground  p.46 — The Welcome of the Hostess p.49 — The flowers of London p.49 — Aunt Margarets favorite p.49 — The wood bunch p.50 — The pursuit of love p.50 — Black sir Harry p.50 — The Allurement of the pipe p.50 — Leaving the land p.51 — The kindest fair alive p.51 — Hunting the hare p.51 — The door clapper p.51 — Cast away care p.52 — The flowers of the vale p.52 — The lamentation of Britain p.52 — The Harmony of the strings p.53 — Flauting two  p.53 — Come let us go p.54 — The eagle rocks or the rocks of Snowdon p.54 — Towyn Castle p.56 — The cow heel p.56 — Galloping nag  p.56 — The Nightingale’s song  p.58 — The droppings of the mash tub p.60 — The bend of the horse shoe p.60 — The lullaby song p.60 — Farewell through the puddle p.60


1820 1830 ca_Alexander’s Fifty New Scotch and Irish Reels and Hornpipes

Jack sheppard’s hornpipe p.1 — Morrish Donnivan’s reel p.1 — Captain mc Cloudes reel p.2 — The scotchman’s Garter p.2 — The black water fall p.3 — Miss Campbell’s reel p.3 — Lord Eglington’s hornpipe p.4 — Lady Ancrain’s hornpipe p.4 — Mrs’ O’Sullivan’s reel p.5 — Paddy mc Namaras reel p.5 — Captain mc Duff p.6 — Lady Johnston’s reel p.6 — Lady Bateson’s reel p.7 — The marquis of Huntly’s reel p.7 — Madame Grazi’s hornpipe p.8 — Miss Johnston’s reel p.8 — Lady Mary Drummond’s reel p.9 — Lady Douglas’s reel p.9 — Lors John Murray’s reel p.10 — Bonnie lads p.10 — The Highland lassies p.10 — Over young to marry yet p.11 — The Lowlanders hunt p.11 — The Northumberland hornpipe p.12 — Cammaronian reel p.12 — The Liverpool hornpipe p.13 — Reel of Tulloch gorum p.13 — Lady Mountgomery’s reel p.14 — Dusty bob p.14 — Captain mc Banes reel p.15 — the blye ribon  p.15 — Sir Charles Sedley’s reel p.16 — Bonnie Ann p.16 — Blueskin’s hornpipe p.17 — Lady Harrington’s reel p.17 — Johney mc Gregger p.18 — the miller of drone p.18 — Drowsy Moggie  p.19 — Good Morning to your night cap p.19 — Lady George Sackvill’s hornpipe p.20 — Lord Camden’s hornpipe p.20 — Lady Bateman’s hornpipe p.21 — The islander’s rant p.21 — Kitty in the lane p.22 — Ryan’s rant p.22 — Behing the bush in the garden p.22 — Second Wellington p.23 — Biddy brading p.23 — The hills of Bonnie down p.24 — Pretty girls of Monaghan p.24


1820 ca_Thomas_Wilson_A Companion to the Ball Room

Drops of Brandy (Irish) p.21 — Dusty Miller (Very Old English) p.21 — Hyp Doctor (Irish) p.22 — Andrew Carey (Irish) p.22 — The Maltman Comes on Monday (Very Old Scotch) p.23 — Woo’d & married & a’ (Very Old Scotch) p.23 — Magie’s Tochel (Very Old Scotch) p.24 — The Grinder (Irish) p.24 — Berwick Johnney (Scotch) p.25 — Old Drops of Brandy (Old English) p.25 — The Blythsome Bridal (Old Scotch) p.26 — Camstrodens Rant (Old Irish) p.26 — Drown Drowth (Scotch) p.27 — The Irish Hop Pickers (Irish) p.27 — Limerick Jigg (Irish) p.28 — Bobbing Joan or Love and Whiskey (Old English) p.28 — Lady Cawdor (Irish) p.29 — Rakes of Kilkenny (Irish) p.29 — Rakes of Westmeath (Old Irish) p.30 — Ride a Mile (Irish) p.30 — Philip Mc Cue (Irish) p.31 — Shuffle & Cut (Old Irish) p.31 — Mad Moll (Old English) p.32 — A Man’s a Man for a’ That (Scotch) p.32 — My Only Joe & Deary O (Scotch) p.33 — I’m O’er Young to Marry Yet (Old Scotch) p.33 — Loch Eroch Side (Scotch) p.34 — Jush of Perth (Old Scotch) p.34 — Johnny’s Grey Breeks (Scotch) p.35 — The Carle Came O’er the Craft (Old Scotch) p.35 — Cameron Got His Wife Again (Old Scotch) p.36 — Highland Laddie (Old Scotch) p.36 — The Haughs of Cromdale (Scotch) p.37 — Corn Riggs (Scotch) p.37 — Caledonian Laddie (Scotch) p.38 — Dainty Davy (Old Scotch) p.39 — White cockade (Scotch) p.39 — Dumbarton Drums (Old Scotch) p.40 — Saw Ye Johnny Coming (Old Scotch) p.40 — Maggie Lawder (Old Scotch) p.41 — Lord Moira (Scotch) p.42 — Hame Came Our Gude Man (Old Scotch) p.42 — O Let Me In This Ae Night (Old Scotch) p.43 — The Campbells Are Coming (Old Scotch) p.43 — Clean Pease Straw (Old Scotch). Come Under My Pladdie (Old Scotch) p.44 — Come Under my Pladdie (old Scotch) p.44 — Scotch Contention (Scotch) p.45 — Duncan Davidson ( Scotch) p.45 — O’er the Moor among the Heather (Old Scotch) p.46 — Todlen Hame (Old Scotch) p.46 — The Lass in Yon Town (Old Scotch) p.47 — Sherriff Muir (Scotch) p.47 — O’er Bogie p.48 — Auld Langsyne (Old Scotch) p.48 — Theres Nae Luck About the House p.49 — Braes of Auchintyre (Old Scotch) p.49 — New Christmas (Old Scotch) p.50 — Fife Hunt (Scotch) p.50 — Kiss Me Sweetly (Scotch) p.51 — East Nook of Fife (Old Scotch) p.51 — Caledonian Hunt (Scotch) p.52 — My Wife’s a Wanton We Thing (Old Scotch) p.52 — Over the Water to Charley (Old Scotch) p.53 — The Masons Apron (Old Scotch) p.53 — Peggys Love (Scotch) p.54 — White Cockade (Scotch) p.54 — Saunders Bane (Old Scotch) p.55 — Maggys Weam Is Fu I Trow (Old Scotch) p.55 — Cauld Kale in Aberdeen (Old Scotch) p.56 — O’er the Hills & Far Away (Old Scotch) p.56 — Johnny Cock Thy Beaver (Old Scotch) p.57 — Struen Robertsons Rant (Scotch) p.57 — Sailor Laddie (Old Scotch) p.58 — Sleepy Moggy (Old Scotch) p.59 — Shon Truish Willichan (Old Scotch) p.59 — The Widow p.60 — The Ducks Dang O’er My Daddy (Old Scotch) p.60 — Lord Macdonalds Reel (Scotch) p.61 — Lady Shaftesburys Reel (Scotch) p.61 — Glenkindie’s Reel (Scotch) p.62 — Lady Harriet Hope’s Reel (Scotch) p.62 — Reel of Tulloch Gorum (Scotch) p.63 — Lady Montgomerys Reel (Scotch) p.63 — Calder Fair Reel (Scotch) p.64 — Lord Humes Reel (Scotch) p.64 — My Love Is But a Lassie Yet (Old Scotch) p.65 — Jenny Nettles (Old Scotch) p.65 — Miss Johnson’s Reel (Scotch) p.66 — Cameronian Rant (Scotch) p.66 — Jennys Bawbee (Old Scotch) p.67 — Green Grow the Rushes O (Old Scotch) p.67 — Croofie Den or the Bonny Highland (Scotch) p.68 — Ruffians Rant (Old Scotch) p.68 — Capt. Ross’ Reel (Old Scotch) p.69 — Capt. Mackenzies Reel (Scotch) p.69 — Cromartle’s Rant (Scotch) p.70 — Ca’ the Ewes (Old Scotch) p.70 — Lord Kingarth’s Reel (Old Scotch) p.71 — Lowland Rant (Scotch) p.71 — Luchaber Reel (Scotch) p.72 — Lady Terfichen’s Rant (Old Scotch) p.72 — Lady Bairds Reel (Scotch) p.73 — Highlandman Kiss’d His Mother (Scotch) p.73 — Haud the Lass Till I Come at Her (Old Scotch) p.74 — Highland Black Laddie (Old Scotch) p.74 — Earl Breadalbain’s Reel (Scotch) p.75 — Cameronian Reel (Scotch) p.75 — Crief Fair (Scotch) p.76 — Sweet Molly p.76 — Wedderburns Reel (Scotch) p.77 — Sir John Malcolm (Old Scotch) p.77 — The Nineteenth of February (Scotch) p.78 — Sutherland Reel (Scotch) p.78 — Birks of Abergeldie (Old Scotch) p.79 — Dundee Reel (Scotch) p.79 — Duke of Perths Reel (Scotch) p.80 — Donalbane (Scotch) p.80 — Opera Reel p.81 — Rural Felicity or Haste to the Wedding p.82 — Astleys Ride p.82 — Tink a Tink p.83 — Italian Monfrina p.83 — Chant Russe p.84 — Irish Washerwoman p.85 — Seymour’s Fancy p.85 — Fourteenth of February p.86 — Go to the Devil & Sfake [sic] Yourself p.86 — Cary Owen (Irish) p.87 — Butter’d Pease (Old English) p.87 — Morgan Rattler p.88 — Mrs. Casey p.89 — Nancy Dawson p.89 — The Nymph p.90 — None So Pretty p.90 — Dibdin’s Fancy p.91 — Voulez Vous Danser p.91 — Disapointed Widow (Old English) p.92 — We’ve Cheated the Parson (Old English) p.92 — Village Maid p.93 — Sir David Hunter Blair p.94 — Paul’s Alley (Old English) p.94 — Jack’s Alive p.95 — Jackey Bull p.96 — Rakish Highlandman p.96 — Paddy the Weaver (Irish) p.97 — The Review p.97 — Pipers Round (Very Old English) p.98 — The Rose (Old English) p.98 — La Jupon Rouge (French) p.99 — Round about the Maypole p.99 — Prince Edward’s Fancy p.100 — The Triumph p.101 — The Caledonian Rant p.101 — La Boquett (French) p.102 — Lady Mary Douglas p.102 — Caro Dolce p.103 — Sweet Richard (Old Welch) p.103 — Curley Locks p.104 — St. Bride’s Bells (Old English) p.104 — The Old Jubilee p.105 — Isle of Sky (Scotch) p.105 — Il Bonducani p.106 — Joan’s Plackett (Old English) p.106 — Parson in the Pease (Old English) p.107 — Ça Ira p.108 — The Patroits p.108 — The Recovery p.109 — Catches & Glees (Old English) p.110 — Theodore (Old English) p.110 — Honey Moon p.111 — Haymakers (Old English) p.111 — Jumping Joan p.112 — Jenny Sutton p.112 — Captain Macintosh p.113 — Bugle Horn p.114 — Jack’s Delight p.114 — Turnpike Gate p.115 — Ye, Yo p.115 — Speed the Plough p.116 — St. Patrick’s Day p.116 — Haunted Tower p.117 — La Belle Catharine p.117 — Juliana p.118 — Russian Dance p.119 — Magic Oak p.119 — Miss Bentick’s Fancy p.120 — Laura & Lenza p.120 — Off She Goes p.121 — The Gobby O p.121 — Paddy O Rafferty p.122 — New Rigg’d Ship p.122 — Sicilian Dance or La Mignionette p.123 — Downfall of Paris p.124 — Public Opinions p.125 — Selina p.125 — Devil or No Devil p.126 — The Pavilion. By G. p. White p.126 — Postboys Hornpipe (Old English) p.127 — Pleyels Hornpipe p.127 — Harlequins Hornpipe p.128 — Red Lion Hornpipe (Old English) p.128 — Mrs. Wilsons Hornpipe p.129 — Bridge of Lodi p.130 — Devonshire Hornpipe p.130 — Devils Dream p.131 — Logan Water (Old Scotch) p.131 — Del Caro’s Hornpipe p.132 — Jackey Tarr p.132 — College Hornpipe p.133 — Fishers Hornpipe p.133 — Richers Hornpipe p.134 — Shuters Hornpipe p.134 — Morpeth Rant p.135 — Astleys Hornpipe p.135 — Stoney Steps p.136 — Parisots Hornpipe p.136 — Watford Hornpipe (Old English) p.137 — Pleaures of the Town p.137 — Miss Bakers Hornpipe p.138 — Corsair Hornpipe p.138 — Dorsetshire Hornpipe p.139 — Wests Hornpipe p.139 — Wood’s Hornpipe p.140 — Circus Hornpipe p.140 — L’Augustin Waltz p.141 — The Austerlitz Waltz p.141 — Mozarts Military Waltz p.142 — The Union Waltz p.143 — The Pavilion Waltz p.144 — Bohemian Waltz p.145 — The Royal Waltz p.146 — Prussian or Bath Waltz p.147 — Brunswick Waltz p.147 — Sicilian Waltz p.148 — Angouleme Waltz p.148 — Duke of Berri’s Waltz p.149 — Pirate’s Waltz p.149 — Genoese Waltz p.150 — Mozart’s Waltz p.051 — Copenhagen Waltz p.152 — Calabrian Waltz p.153 — Quick Sauteuse p.153 — Allemande St. Cloud (French) p.154 — Regency Allemande p.154 — La Paysan Allemande (French) p.155 — The Royal Allemande p.155 — Le Parisien Allemande (French) p.155 — La Pastourelle (French) p.156 — Allemande du Mignon (French) p.156 — La Pacifique Cotillion (French) p.157 — Les Deux Amis Cotillion (French) p.157 — Cotillion Toulonoise (French) p.158 — La Fille Pastorale (French) p.158 — Marionets Cotillion (Old French) p.159 — La Mignonnette (Old French) p.159 — Pantheon Cotillion p.160 — La Chasse de Garde Cotillion p.160 — Chasse Royal Cotillion p.161 — Piedmontese Cotillion p.161 — Minuet de la Cour p.162 — Lady Coventrys Minuet p.162 — Princess Amelia’s Minuet p.163 — Bath Minuet p.163 — Milan Minuet p.163 — Vanhall’s Minuet p.164 — Fisher’s Minuet p.164 — Martini’s Minuet p.165 — Marshall Saxe’s Minuet p.166 — Miss Bowles’ Minuet p.166 — Stadtholder’s Minuet p.167 — King George the Third’s Minuet p.167 — Birth Day Minuet p.168 — Giordani’s Minuet p.168 — Polonese Gavotte p.170 — Gavotte Parisienne p.170 — Vestris’ Gavotte p.171 — Gavot to the Minuet de la Cour p.172 — Guaracha Dance or Carthaginian Fandango p.173 — Les Folies d’Espagne p.174 — Vestris’ Bolero p.174 — Wilson’s Fandango p.176 — Promenade March p.177 — La Belle Assemblée March p.178 — The Union March p.178 — Wilson’s Promenade March p.179 — Wilson’s Waltz March p.179 — La Coquette. La Pantelon. p.180 — La Sibylle. L’Ete. p.181 — Jacintha. La Poulle. p.182 — Nannette. L’Eté. p.183 — La Finale p.184 — Atalanta. Le Pantolon p.185 — Adriadne. Le Trenise p.186 — La Junon. La Poulle p.187 — Floretta. La Trenise p.188 — Le Point du Jour p.189 — The Regency  p.190 — The Union p.191 — The Terprichore p.192 — The Pavilion p.193 — John Sanderson or the Old Cushion Dance p.194 — New Cushion Dance p.194 — Sir Roger de Coverly The Finishing Dance. p.197


1830_Robert Purdey_Celtic Melodies VOL 1

Let us be merry n°1 — Ho away she goes n°2 — Pipe reel n°3 — Sad, sad, I am n°4 — Fair donald n°5 — Though I am without cows or queys n°6 — ‘Tis me that’s happy n°7 — Pipe reel n°8 — When the rest are sound asleep n°9 — My affection is on the lad n°10 — An Islay pipe reel n°11 — I am alone since my wife died n°12 — Pipe reel n°13 — Oft a I thinking of thee n°14 — Cainntearachd n°15 — Cainntearachd As Is played on the pipe n°16 — I have lov’d the pipers son n°17 — Strathspey n°18 — Pipe reel n°19 — One day as I was traversing mountains n°20 — Why would I not go with you n°21 — Pipe reel n°22 — Nymph with the beautiful hair n°23 — I cast an eye  on the grey troop n°24 — I went to the Ebb n°25 — Cainntearachd n°26 — Cainntearachd pipe set n°27 — Salute to drunkenness n°28 — Pipe reel n°29 — This night I mourn n°30 — Alas, that you and I have loved n°31 — Ye’ll neither do it here nor there n°32 — Pipe reel n°33 — The island of th heather n°34 — Cainntearachd n°35 — I a asleep n°36 — Pipe reel n°37 — If I was the little niry bird n°38 — Way to the melancholy n°39 — I wll not, O well not go n°40 — Cainntearachd n°41 — Cainntearachd pipe set n°42 — The day she drove away n°43 — Pipe reel n°44 — The company is beautiful that resides at Strathmore n°45 — pipe reel n°46 — Short pipe march n°47 — in my  own company I would prefer you n°48 — My love’s away n°49 — strathspey n°50 — pipe reel n°51 — My bony brown maid and I n°52 — So and so went the cloth n°53 — Pipe peel n°54 — Dirge n°55 — Dirge n°56 — Pipe reel n°57 — I am unwell since this time yesterday n°58 — Tho’ I am here alone n°59 — Pipe reel n°60 — A jocobite air n°61 — My hearty lively wishes to you n°62 — Cainntearachd n°63 — Cainntearachd n°64 — Pipe reel n°65 — Scarba salute n°66 — The dream n°67 — Pipe reel n°68 — I love the lassie  n°69


1830_Robert Purdey_Celtic Melodies VOL 2

Colins cattle n°1 — Lady ellinor campbell pipe reel n°2 — a strathspey reel n°3 — pipe reel n°4 — Early this morning I got up n°5 — pipe reel n°6 — Highland air n°7 — pipe reel n°8 — Hey , Johnny cope are ye waukin’yet? Battle of Prestonpans 1745 n°9 — Young Alexander n°10 — March of the 92 nd Highlanders n°11 — Lullaby n°12 — I am in sorrow n°13 — Sansy is my choice n°14 — The drover lads n°15 — Another set n°16 — Let us be merry n°17 — Lady Ellinor campbell’s favorite n°18 — pipe reel n°19 — A st kilda air n°20 — pipe reel n°21 — gaelic air n°22 — the fyket n°23 — give me your hand love n°24 — donald clark n°25 — Highland air n°26 — pipe reel n°27 — effy MacNab n°28 — The perriwig n°29 — Gaelic air n°30 — Gaelic air n°31 — Cainnterarachd, or post a beale n°32 — Cainnterarachd as is played on the pipe n°33 — strathspey n°34 — Pipe reel n°35


 1840_A collection of national English airs_William Croft

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A begging we will go — A cobbler there was — A cup of old Stingo — A damsel I’m told — A free and accepted Mason — A health to all honest men — A bunting we will go — A letter to Rome, to declare to the Pope — A lovely lass to a friar came — A tenant of my own — A tory came late through Westminster Hall — A Virgin most pure — A wondrous tale I will relate — Abbot of Canterbury — Abraham Newland — Adew, my deere — Admiral Benbow — Admiral Hosier’s Ghost — Ah sure a paire were never seen — Alas, my love you do my wrong — All Christian men give ear awhile — All flowers in broom — All hail to the days — All in a garden green — All in a misty morning — All in the Downs — All the flowers of the broom — All you that love good fellows — Ally Croaker — An ambling nag & adowne, adowne — An ancient story I’ll tell you anon — An old man is a bed full of bones — An old woman clothed in gray — An old woman poor and blind — And how should I your true love — And we’ll drink ouut of the nipperkin — And will he not come again — Angler’ song — Anonymous — Appolo concerned to see the transgressions — Arise, arise my juggy — Arthur a Bland — As at noon Dulcina rested — As down in the meadows — As I abroad was walking — As I came through Sandgate — A I from Ireland did pas — As I lay musing all alone — As I went thro’ the North Country — As I went ot Walsingham — As it fell on a holiday — As on a summer’s days — As our King lay musing — As Perkin one morning lay musing — As pretty Polly Oliver — As ye came from the Holy Land — At setting days — Auld Robin Gray — Awake, awake, the day doth break — Bacchus father of drunken nowls — Baillif’s daughter of Islington — Balance a Straw — Banishment of Lord Matravers — Bara Faustus’ Dream — Barbara Allen — Barbers (Music of)  — Barber’s News or Shields in an uproar — Barking Barber (The) — Barley Mow (The) — Barnaby doubts me — Basiline — The Bath Medley — Battle of Otterburn — Beggar Boy (The) — Beggars’ songs (list of) — Beginning of the World — Begone, dull care — Black-eyed Susan — Blacksmith (The) — Bonny Nelly — Bonney Peggy Ramsey — Bonny sweet Robin — Brave Men of Kent (The) — British Grenadier (The) — British Sailor Lament (The) — Britons, strike home — Buff Coat — Bumper Squire Jones — By force I a fixed my fancie — Cam’st thou not from Newcastle — Can Love be controlled by advice — Can you DAnce the shaking — Care! thou canker of our joys — Carman’s Whistle — Carmen (Musical) — Catch Club (The) — Catching of Quails (The) — Cavalier’s Complaint (The) — Cavalilly Man  — Cease, rude Boreas — Cease your funning — Charming Billy — Chevy Chace — Children in the wood (The) — Chill tell thee, Tom — Chirping of the lark — Chopping knives — Christmas Carols — Christman come but once a year — City’s Feast to the Lord Protector — Cobblers (Music of)  — Cobbler (The) — Cock Lorrel, or Cook Lawrel — Cold and Raw — Colin’s Complaint — College Hornpipe (The) — Come, all ye young blades — Come, and do not musing stand — Come and listen to my ditty — Come, bachlors and married men — Come, come away — Come, cutagain , the game’s not done — Come, haste to the wedding — Come hither, attend to my ditty — Come, jolly Bacchus — Come, let us drink a health — Come, let us prepare — Come, listen awhile — Come, live with me — Come o’er the bourn, Bessy, to me — Come, apen the door , sweet Betty — Come, shepherds, deck your heads — Come, sweet lass — Come you not from Newcastle — Complain, my lute, complain — Concinamus, o Sodales — Cornish May Song — Country Bumpkin (The) — Country Courtship — Country Farmer’s Campaign (The) — Country Garden (The) — Countryman’s Delight — Crafty Cracks of East Smithfield  — Crimson Velvet — Cuckolds all a row — Cushion dance (The) — Dal derra rara — Damsell’s dance — Dance and song of Death (The) — Dance tune of the 14th Century — Dargason — Death and the Cobbler — Death and the Lady — De’el’s awa wi’ the Exciseman — De’el take the wars — Deptford Plumb Cake (The) — Derry down — Despairing beside a clear stream — Desperate Damsell’s tragedy (The) — Devil in the Bush (The) — Donkin Dargeson — Dowland’s Galliard — Sown among the dead men — Downfall of the Mitre Tavern — Drinking Sing (The earliest) — Drink to me only whith thine eyes — Drive the cold winter away — Dulce Domum — Dulcina — Duke of York’s Delight — Dump — Dusty Miller (The) — Early one morning , just as the sun — Ev’ry man take his glass — Excuse me — Fag-End of a Long Parliament (The) — Fain I would — Fair Hebe I left — Fair lady, lay those costly robes aside — Fair Rosalind — FArewell, dear love — Farewell Machester — Farmer’s Son (The) — Fat Single Gentleman (The) — Felton’s Gavot — Fill, fill, fill the glass — fly, fly from the place — Fly, merry news , among the crews — Flying Fame — For bonny sweet Robin is All — Forth from my dark and dismal cell — Fortune my foe — Freemason’s Song — Friar Fox-taile — Friar of Orders Gray (The) — Frisky Jenny, or the Tenth of June — Frog Galliard (The) — From hunger and cold who liveth more free — From merciless invaders — From Oberon in Fairy Land — From our base invaders — Galliard — Garland (The) — Garter (The) — Gathering Peascods — Gee ho, Dobbin — Gentle herdsman tell to me — George Ridler’s Oven — Gillian of Croydon — Gipsy’s Round (The) — Give ear to a frolicsome ditty — Give me my yellow hose again — Give that wreath to me — Glory of the West (The) — God prosper long our noble king — God rest you merry , Gentlemen — God save the King — Go from my window — Golden days of good Queen Bess — Good morrow, gossip Joan — Good morrow , it is St Valentine’s day — Gossips (The) — I Grave differ’s Song , in « Hamlet » — Gray’s Inn Mask — Green Gown (The) — Green Sleeves — Greenwich Park — Greenwood — Gregory Walker — Grim King of the Ghosts — Guy FAwkes — Halfe Hannikin — Hanging Tunes — Hang Sorrow – Hatersage Cocking (The) — Have you heard of a frolicsome ditty — Heart’s ease — Helstone Forey (The) — Hemp Dresser (The) — Henry the Fifth at the Battle of Agincourt — Here Comes my Lord Mayor — Here’s a health to all honest men — Here’s a health to great Eugene — Here’s a health to jolly Bacchus — Here’s a health to the king — Here’s a health unto his Majesty — Here’s to the maiden — Hey boys, up go we — Hey , derry down — Hey ding a ding — Hey down a down — Hey, jolly Jenkin — Hey, my kitten my kitten — Hey, then up go we — Highland Laddie (The) — Hit or misse — Ho! breder Teague — Hornbey (or Holmby) House — Hornpipe (The College) — Hosier’s Ghost — House out of doors (The) — How happy are young lovers — How happy could I be with either — Hownow, shepherd, what means that — How plesant is it — How should I your true love know — How stands the glass around — Huff Hammukin — Hunting a’ the cheviot — Hunting the Hare — Huntis of Chevet — Hunt is up (The) — Huntsman (The) — I am a jolly huntsman — I am the Duke of Norfolk — I cannot eate but lyttel meate — I had a pretty girl — I love a sailor bold — I love six pence — I prithee, love turn to me — I sing a dolefull tragedy — I sing the British seaman’s praise — I tell Thee Dick where I have been — I tell the Jack — If a man should be drunk to-night — If all the world and Love were young — If I had wit for to indite — If Rosamond that was so fair — If the heart of a young man — Illustrious George shall come — I’m like a skiff on ocean toss’d — I’m lonesome ince I cross’d the hills — I’m plundered of all my Gold — Imprisonment of Queen Elinor — In a humour I was of late — In Georgy’s days — In good King Charles’ golden days — In good Queen Bess’s golden days — In Nottingham there lives — In praise of a dairy I purpose to sing — In Scarlet town where I was born — In Taunton Deas — In the gallant month of June — Ise go with thee , my sweet Peggy — It was a Friar of orders gray — It was a lover and his lass — Jack’s the Lad — Jamaica — Jane Shore — Jew’s Corant (The) — Joan’s ale is New — Joan’s placket is torn — Joan Sanderson — Jog on , jog on, the foot-path way — John, come kiss me now  — John Dory — Jolly Bacchanal (The) — Jolly Gentleman’s Frolic (The) — Jolly Joiner (The) — Jolly Miller (The) — Jolly Tradesman (The) — Jovial Beggars (The) — Jovial Crew (The) — Jovial tinker ( The) — Judmennt of God shewed upon Dr John Faustus — Keel Row (The) — Kind Husband and Imperious Wife — King Alfred and the shepherd’s wife — King enjoys his own again (The) — King George he was born — King Henry and a Bishop — King Henry the Fifth at the battle of Agincourt — King Jame’s March — King John and the Abbot — King Lear and hi Tree Daughters — King Olfrey and the Abbot — King’s Maggot (The) — Knifht and Shepherd’s Daughter — Know the my brethren — Lamentation from Rome — Lamentation of Shore’s Wife (The) — Leather Bottel (The) — Let others sing of flames — let’s tope and be merry — Liberty Hall — Life and Deathof the Great Duke of Buckingham — Light o’love — Lillibulero — Lincolnshire Poacher (The) — Listen, fair ladies — Little Barley-corn (The) — Little Peg of Ramsey — London Gentlewoman (The) — London Prentice (The) — Lord Thomas and Fair Ellinor — Love and Innocence — Love will find out the way — Lulle me Beyond thee — Mad Moll — Mad Robin — Mad Tom — Maiden fresh as a rose — Mall Peatly — Palt’s come down — Man in the Moon (The) — Man of Kent (The) — March — Marriage, or the Mouse Trap — May day — May Fair — Marry Jest of John Tomson — Merry Milkmaids (The) — Merry Milkmaids in green (The) — Merry rankd of Rob Goodfellow — Minuet — Mitter Rant (The) — Moll Peatly — Morris Dances — Mouse Trap (The) — My days have been so wondrous — My fancie did I fire — My father wad born before me — My heart is full of woe — My husband’s a journey — My little pretty one — My lodging it is on the cold ground — My masters and friends — Nancy Dawson — Near Woodstock Town — New Buckingham Ballad — New Rogero — New Tom a Bedlam — New Wells — Newcastle — Nine Muses (The) — Nobe’s Maggot — Norfolk Gentleman’s last Will — North Country Mayor (The) — Now, oh! now, I need must part — Now, now the Tories shall go down — Now ponder well, you parents dear — O come you from Newcastle — O dear twelve pence — O foolish Britannicks — O Jenny, Jenny — O London i a fine town — O Miss Bailey — O mistres mine — O mother a hoop — O Nanny, wilt thou gang wi’ me — O Polly, you might have toyed — O ponder well — O some they will talk of brave Robin Hood — O take me to your arms — O this willow tree — O well do I remember — O we sailed to Virginia — O What a plague is love — Of all comforts I miscarried — Of all the girls that are so smart — of all the recreations — Of all the simple things we do — Of a worthy London Prentice — Oft have I ridden upon my grey nag — Oh! The roast beef of old England — Oil of barley — Old Allmayne (The) — Old Hob Old Homer, but with him — Old King Cole — Old Marinett (The) — Okd Nobb’s Jigg — Old Sir Simon the King — Old woman, whither so High — One evening having lost my way — One long Whitsun holiday — on some rock by seas surrounded — On the cold ground  — On yonder high mountain — On Yonder hill there springs — Over the mointains — Oxfordshire tragedy (The) — Oyle of Barley — Packington’s Pound — Paggington’s Pound — Parson among the Peas (The) — Parthenia — Pavan and Galliard — Paul’s Alley — Paul’s Steeple — Paul’s wharf — Peggie Ramsey, or Peg a’Ramsey — Pepper is black — Pescod Time — Phillida flouts me — Poacher’s song — Poor Robin — Portsmouth — Preaching tune (Fortune my Foe) — Pretty polly Oliver — Pride’s Fall — Prince Rupert’s March — Prodigal’s Resolution (The) — Quadran Pavan — Queen’s Allmaine (The) — Queene’s Majestie’s New Hunt — Queen’s Jigg (The) — Queen’s Progress to the Bath — Quho is at my window — Rant (The) — Ranting Rambler (The) — Red Bull (The) — Remember, O thou man — Roast Beef of Old England – Robin Goodfellow — Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford — Robin Hood Robin Hood, said little John — Robin Hood and little John — Robin Hood and the Beggar — Robin Hood and the four Beggars — Robin Hood and the Stranger — Robin Hood and the Tanner — Robin Hood’s Chase — Roger of Coverley — Rogero — Rogero (The new) — Rogue’s March (The) — Room for Cuekolds — Room for Gentleman — Row well, ye mariners — Rule Britannia — Rummer (the) — Rump (Parliament) roughly Handled — Sheale (Richard), the minstrel — Sailor’s complaint (The) — Saint George for England — Sally in our alley — Sedany (The) — Sellenger’s Round — Session of Poets (The) — Shaking of the Sheet (The) — Shall I go walk the woods so wild — Shall I lie beyond thee — Shepherd’s Daughter (The) — Shepherd’s Delight (The) — She that long true love profess’d — Since first I saw your face — Sinee Havover is come — sing a sweet melodious measure — Sing eare away with sport and play — Sir Edward Nowell’s Delight — Sir Eglamore, that valiant knight — Sir John Barleycorn — Sir John got him an ambling nag — Sir Launcelot du Lake — Sir Roger de Coverley — Slow men of London — So farewell to you, ye Spanish ladies — Somersetshire Tune — Some talk of Alexander — Sometimes I am a tapster — Songs of Shepherds in rustical — Spanish Lady (The) — Stag Chase (The) — Staine Morris Dance — Still I live in sorrow — Stingo, or Oyle of Barley — Storm (The) — Stow the Friar — Strange and true news — Sumer in ieumen in — Sweet Anniefrae the seabeach came — Sweet Margaret — Sweet Nelly, my heart’s delight — Take a bumper and try — Tenth of June (The) — The budgeon it is a fine trade — The common cries of London town — The de’il’s awa’ wi’ the exiceseman — The dusky night rides down the sky — The fairest Nymph — The first Nowell — The first time at the looking-glass — The girl I left behind me — The hunt is up — The king shall enjoy his own again — the Lowland lads — The maid peep’d out of the window — The man in the moon drinks claret — The Persé owt of Northombarlande — The Spring’ a coming — The stones that built George Riddler’s oven — The sun had loos’d his weary team — The Westminster Rump — The women all tell me I’m false — Then Great Bill Brown — Then who a jolly Fisherman — There dwelt a widow in this town — There’s a lusty liquor which — There’s never a maid — There was a jolly blade — There was a jolly miller — There was a jovial tinker — There was a jovial beggar — There wad a London gentlewoman — There was a maid — There was an old woman — There was a pretty lass — There was a Shepherd’s daughter — There wad a youth — There were three ravens — Thomas, I cannot — Though you by constraint — Three merry men we be — Three merry wives — Three Ravens (The) — Tinkers (Musical) — Titus Andronicus’ Complaint — To all you ladies now at land — To drive the cold winter away — To my muse give attention — Tol de rol de riddle lod de ra — Tom a Bedlam — Tom a Lincoln — Tom Noke’s Jigg — Tom Tiler — Tom Tinker’s my true love — Tom Trusty — To-morrow, it is St Valentine’s — Toothless Bride (The) — Touch the thing — Trenchmore — Trip and go — Trip to Mary-le-bone  — True love’s knot unty’d — Turkeylony — Turn again, Whittington — ‘Twas down in Cupid’s garden — ‘Twas God above that made — Twenty-ninth of May (The) — Twitcher (The) — Under and over — Under the greenwood tree — Under the willow tree — Upon a summer’s daysUpon a summer’s time — Up, tailes, All — Vicar of Bray (The) — Vicar of St Fools (The) — Virgin Queen (The) — Walsingham — Warning to London — Wassailing Bown (The) — Watton Town’s End — Watkin’s Ale — What a fine thing have I scen — Whar Booker doth prognosticate — What doth ail my love so sadly — What, if a day or a month — What woman could do — When Arthur first in Court began — When as the Duke of Normandy — When Britain first at heaven’s — When Daphne did from Phoebus — When flying fame — When Harold was invaved — When I was a bachelor — When I was bound apprentice — When I followed a lass — When mighty roast beef — When once Master Love — When Phoebus had melted — When quite a youns spark — When that I was a little tiny boy — When the hills and lofty mountains — When the king enjoys his own — Qhen the rosy morn appearing — Which nobody can deny — Which way shall I turn me — Whig’s Disappointement (The) — Whilom I was  — Whittington’s Bells — Whoe’er’s been in London — Who list to lead a soldier’s life — Why, soldier, why — Widow Brown (The) — Willoughby  Whim (The) — Willow tree (The) — Will you hear a Spanish lady — Wilson’s Tune — Wilson’s Wild (or Wile) — Wiltshire Wedding (The) — Wimbledon House — Winchester Wedding (The) — With hunts up — With sobbing sighs — Wolsey’s Wild — Would you have a young virgin — Ye good fellows all  — Ye noble minds — Yellow Stockings — You’ll think ere many days ensue — You, Master Colours, pray draw — You Pitiful rhymers — You saw eleven members — Young virgins love pleasure


1840_Colclough’s Tutor for the Irish pipes

Life let us cherish p.14 — Waltz p.14 — a flora p.14 — Burnet’s rod p.14 — A piper o’er the meadows straying p.14 — Buonaparte’s Waltz p.14 — The miller of drone p.15 — Aldrige’s hornpipe p.15 — The Nem may moon p.15 — Lord Moira’s welcome to scotland p.15 — Black rock p.15 — The rose tree with new variation p.16 — Miss Forbes’s farewell p.16 — Lord Cathcart p.16 — The college hornpipe p.17 — The Highland fabrick p.17 — Grand march and quick step p.17 — Dainty davy with variation p.18 — Flowers of Edinburg p.18 — Granah weale p.18 — Old towler p.19 — Bob and Joan with variation p.19 — The rakes of Westmeath p.19 — Llewellyn a favorite welch air p.19 — Coclough’s hornpipe p.19 — Gramachree with variation p.20 — The Munster rakes p.20 — Maggie Lawder with variation p.20 — The scots came o’er the borders p.21 — Burn’s farewell p.21


1841_The Garland of Scotland

A man’s a man for a’that 170 — And ye shall walk i Silk attire 156 — Auld Langsyne 42 — Auld Robin Gray 146 — Auld Rob Morris 139 — Ay Waukin’, O! 40 — Blue Bonnets over the Border 166 — Bonny Jean 116 — Bonnie Prince Charlie 66 — Bonny Wee Thing 80 — Bonny Wood of Craigielee 84 — Braw, braw lads 81 — Ca’ the Ewes to the Knowes 12 — Charlie is my darling 150 — Come o’er the stream, Charlie 174 — Come under my Plaidie 140 — Coming through the Rye 5 — Contented wi’ Little 136 — Despairing Mary 161 — Donald 49 — Donald and Flora 74 — Donald O’ Dundee 126 — Duncan Gray 60 — Ettrick Banks 120 — Gloomy Winter’s now awa’ 186 — Green grow the Rashes O 11 — Hame, Hame, Hame 100 — Haud awa’ frae me, Donald 160 — He’s o’er the Hills 102 — Here awa, there awa 58 — Here’s a health ti them that’s awa’ 134 — Highland Mary 22 — I gaed a Waefu’ GAte Yestreen 86 — I hae laid a Herring in Saut 113 — I lo’e na a Laddie but ane 124 — I’m o’er young to Marry yet 145 — Jessie, the Flower o’Dumblane 8 — Jock O’ Hazeldean 148 — John Anderson, my Jo 1 — Kind Robin lo’es me 128 — Lassie wi’ the Lint-White Locks 132 — Last May a Braw Wooer 98 — Leezy Lindsay 17 — Logan Water 50 — Logie O’Buchan 6 — Lord Gregory 76 — Loudon’s bonnie Woods and Braes 106 — Lucy’s Flittin’ — Maggie Lauder 30 — Mary Morrison 72 — My Ain’ Fireside — My Ain’ kind dearie, O 64 — My Boy Tammy — My daddy is a Canker’d Carle 78 — My Heart is sair for Somebody 16 — My Love she’s but a Lassie yet 96 — My luve’s in Germany 14 — My Nannie O 46 — My only Jo and Dearie 87 — My Ronald was a Gallant Gay 137 — Mu Tocher’s the Jewel 10 — My Wife has taen the Gee 172 — O, are ye Sleeping Maggy 158 — O! dinna ak me gin I lo’e ye 4 — O, dinna think, Bonnie Lassie 122 — Of  a’ the airts the wind can blaw 104 — Oh! hey , Johnnie Lad 138 — O Nanny wilt thou gang with me? 178 — O Poortith Cauld 38 — O saw ye the Lass 167 — O Speed Lord Nithsdale 33 — O wha’s for Scotland and Charlie? 176 — Pibroch o’ Donuil Dhu 144 — Roy’s wife 36 — Saw ye Johnnie comming, u’ she 52 — Saw ye my Wee Thing 68 — Scots wha hae wi’ Wallace bled 154 — She’s Fair and Fause 112 — Tak your auld Cloak about ye 110 — The Banks of Allan Water 129 — The Birks of Aberfeldy 62 — The Blue Bells of Scotland 13 — The Boatie Rows 24 — The bonnie Brier Bush 65 — The Braes aboon Bonaw 182 — The Braes of Balquither 118 — The Brisk Young Lad 188 — The Broom o’Cowdenknowes 28 — The Ewe-Bughts 130 — The Ewie wi’ the Crooked Horn 180 — The Flowers of the Forest 2 — The Laird o’Cockpen 168 — The Lnad o’ the leal 21 — The Lass of Arranteenie 164 — The Lass o’Gowrie 114 — The Waefu Heart 97 — The Wauling o’ the Fauld 70 — The year that’s awa’ 192 — The Yellow-Hair’d laddie 48 — Their Groves o’Sweet Myrtyle 88 — There’ll never be peace till Jamie comes hame 27 — There’s nae luck about the House 56 — Thou art fane awa’ frae me, Mary! 44 — Thou dark winding Carron 90 — Thou hast left me ever, Jamie 143 — Tullochgorum 18 — Wae’s me for Prince Charle 82 — Waly, Waly 54 — Wha’ll be King but Charlie? 184 — What ails this heat o’mine? 92 — What can a Young Lassie 94 — What’s a’ the steer, Kimmer? 177 — When the Kye come hame 190 — Whistle and I’ll come to you, my lad 34 — Wilt thou be my Dearie? 32 — Ye Banksand Braes o’ bonny doon 162 —


1841_John Clinton-Gems of Ireland

Old Lango lee n°1 — The Shamrock or Alley Croker n°2 — The Irih washerwoman n°3 — Moll roe in the morning – n°4 — I’m the boy for bewitching them n°5 — Garry Owen n°6 — Rory O’More n°7 — Saint Patrick’s day n°8 — The sprig of Shillelah n°9 — Sly Patrick n°10 — Kate Kearny n°11 — Saint Patrick was a gentleman n°12 — Cruiskeen lawn n°13 — Croghan a Venee n°14 — The girl I left behind me n°15 — Paddy cary n°16 — The pretty girl milking her cow n°17 — The legacy n°18 — Paddy O Rafferty n°19 — The rose tree n°20 — The weding of Ballinomono n°21 — Paddy O Caroll n°22 — Maid of Derby n°23 — Kitty Tyrrell n°24 — Kitty of Coleraine n°25 — The old woman n°26 — Groves of Blarney n°27 — Since love is the plan n°28 — Oh Blame not my lyre n°29 — Lough sheeling n°30 — Onagh n°31 — Kathleen O More n°32 — The bunch of green rushes n°33 — The maid of the valley n°34 — Charming Judy Brallahan n°35 — Molly Macalpan n°36 — Aileen aroon n°37 — The brown maid n°38 — Tow! row!! row!!! – n°39 — The foxes sleep n°40 — Calder fair n°41 — The red fox n°42 — Gramachree n°43 — Planty kelly n°44 — John O reilly the active – n°45 — The old Head of Dernis n°46 — My lodging is on the cold ground n°47 — Coolun n°48 — Thady yon gander n°49 — Will you come to the bower n°50 — Moll Roone n°51 — Untitled (con spirito) 52 — The song of sorrow n°53 — The moreen n°54 — Paddy whack n°55 — The greatest diversion under the sun n°56 — Nancy of the branching tresses n°57 — The exile of Erin or Savourneen deelish – n°58 — Paddy snap n°59 — Mc Farlanes lament n°60 — Planxty truine n°61 — If to a foreign clime you go n°62 — The boyne water – n°63 — The protestant boys n°64 — The brown thorn n°65 — The summer is coming n°66 — Planxty drury n°67 — The brown thorn n°68 — The young man’s dream n°69 — The twisting of the rope n°70 — The dear black maid n°71 — Arrah my dear Eveleen – n°72 — We brought the summer with us n°73 — Thamama Hulla n°74 — Heigh ho! My Jocky n°75 — Thy fairy bosom n°76 — I once had a true love n°77 — Banks of Banna n°78 — The sixpence n°79 — Gage fane n°80 — ora creina n°81 — The brown Irish girl – n°82 — Domhnall n°83 — Open the door n°84 — Dennis don’t be threathning n°85 — The yellow horse n°86 — Molly my dear n°87 — The dandy O ! n°88 — Sheelah na guira n°89 — Yellow what and the fox n°90 — Were I a clerk n°91 — Cuihlih ma cree n°92 — Lugge law n°93 — O’Patrick fly from me n°94 — Peas upon a trencher n°95 — Sios agus sios liom n°96 — Here we dwell n°97 — Old truagh n°98 — Untitled (Slow and with feeling)99 — Irish jigg n°100 — Untitled (Moderato)101 — Girls have you seen George? n°102 — Bob and Joan n°103 — Langolee n°104 — The beardless boy – n°105 — ‘Twas on a summer’s morning n°106 — Molly St George n°107 — John Mc Guire n°108 — The Fair hair’d child n°109 — The fingalians dance n°110 — Love in secret n°111 — An irish trott n°112 — The skittish maid n°113 — Noreskeesta n°114 — Copey’s jigg – n°115 — The cry of Gallen n°116 — Tomorrox come never n°117 — The munster leaf n°118 — The red man’s wife n°119 — The Blarney stone n°120 — Pithe in enugh n°121 — Sports in the hay rick n°122 — The figure of three n°123 — The rakes of mallow n°124 — Skiver the quilt n°125 — The hare in the corner n°126 — Yellow stockings n°127 — Paddy the weaver n°128 — The lasses of Sligo n°129 — Burn the may bush n°130 — Irish lilt n°131 — Larry Grogan n°132 — Twice trick’d n°133 — The snowy breasted pearl n°134 — Madge Malone n°135 — Dermot O’Dowd n°136 — My dear stay with me n°137 — The lamentation of Owen O’Neill (carolan) n°138 — Isabella Burk n°139 — Fagan!!! n°140 — The ugly taylor n°141 — castle O’neil n°142 — Erin’s pride (carolan) n°143 — Planxty reilly (carolan) – n°144 — An irish lullaby n°145 — I would rather than Ireland n°146 — The blossom of the Raspberry n°147 — Kitty the cuckoo – n°148 — The harvest Moon n°149 — Have you seen my Valentine n°150 — Patrick’s pot n°151 — Nanny Mc Dermotroe (carolan) – n°152 — Open the door softly n°153 — Madame Cole n°154 — Youg Terence mc Donough (carolan) n°155 — Irish Lilt n°156 — The charmer with the fair locks n°157 — The pleasant rocks n°158 — John, Heir of the glen n°159 — The banks of the Shannon n°160 — Mary my honey n°161 — The jointure n°162 — The Forlorn Queen n°163 — Jigg n°164 — The parting friends n°165 — The pig’s jig to the potatoe hole n°166 — Rose Dillon (carolan) n°167 — Kitty O’Brian (carolan) n°168 — The fair woman n°169 — Abigail Judge (carolan) n°170 — Mary do you fancy me n°171 — Captain Paddy n°172 — The little havest rose n°173 — Peggin a leven n°174 — Morgan Ratler n°175 — Molly my dear n°176 — Buff the blanket n°177 — Off she goes n°178 — Rakes of Irishmen n°179 — Big, bow, wow – n°180 — Drunk at night and dry in the morning n°181 — Money in both pockets n°182 — Irish Jiggs n°187 — Drimindoo  n°188 (2 n°188!) — Pelthers Mc Cue n°188 (2 n°188!) — Sweet Peter Street n°189 — Farewell ye mountains n°190 — The setting sun n°191 — Will you take a titther n°192 — She comes from the lake n°193 — Why do you leave me? n°194 — Blind poll (carolan) n°195 — Brian Boru’s march n°196 — Who’ll come fight in the snow  n°197 — Say’s ware, say’s he n°198 — The white cockade n°199 — The shan van vauch n°200 —


1843_Elias HOWE_School for the Flageolet

1843_Elias HOWE_School for the Clarionett

 

p.14 What fairy like music / Sweet home/ Auld lang syne / Bonny Doon  — p.15 Blue eyed Mary / Am I not fondly thine own / Washing day / Bonny boat — p.15 The bright rosy morning / The Poachers of Lincolnshire / The rose of Allandale / King and countryman — p.17 Hail to the chief / duke of Kent’s march / Caledonian march / March in te battle of Prague  — p.18 Gox, King’s march / The soldier’s return / Russian march / swiss guard’s march  — p.19 Grand march in Norma / King  of Prussia’s march / Gen, scott’s march — p.20 Washington’s march / Washington’s grand march / Washington crossing the Delaware — p.21 Salem cadet’s march / Morellas’s lesson / What can the matter be — p.22 Lafayette’s march / Hail Columbia  — p.23 Buonaparte’s march over the rhine / Java march / Marseille hymn  — p.24 Harrison’s grand march / louisville march / Scotch march  — p.25 Boston cadets’ march / Quick march in Cymon  — p.26 Swiss Waltz / Union Waltz, or Buy a broom / Polly Hopkins’ waltz / Copenhaen Waltz — p.27 Von Weber’ favorite waltz / Cinderella Waltz / Beethoven’s favorite waltz — p.28 Hungaria waltz / Steambot waltz / Brunswich waltz / German waltz — p.29 The devil’s dream / Speed the plough / Money musk / McDonald’s reel  — p.30 Wood up quickstep / Wrecker’s daughter  — p.31 Hero’s quicktep / Fanny elsler’s Spanish Cachuca — p.32 Cracovienne quickstep / Stea Boat quickstep / st Patrick’s day in the morning — p.33 Rory O’More / Land of sweet Erin (an Irish air) / Irish washerwoman / White cockade — p.34 Flowers of Edinburgh / somanbula quickstep / Douglass favorite, or Mountain horpipe / Miss Mc Leod’s reel or the enterprise and boxer  — p.35 Chorus jig / Tempest / Hob or Knob, or the Campbells are coming — p.36 The cuckoo / Beauc of oak hill / Miss Brown’s reel / Forest of Bondi — p.37 Soldier’s joy / The isle of Sky / The celebrate opera reel  — p.38 Rickett’ hornpipe / Liverpool hornpipe / New century hornpipe / Durang’s hornpipe — p.39 Guilderoy / Charley over the water / Go to the devil and shake yourself / Rustic reel  — p.40 Fisher’s hornpipe / Hull’s victory / Constitution hornpipe / Katy’s rambles or the lady’s triump  — p.41 Vinton’s hornpipe / Good for the tongue / college Hornpipe / Massai’s favorite  — p.42 Democratic hornpipe / Sailors set on shore / Whipple’s hornpipe / Bricklayer’s hornpipe  — p.43 Miss Lucy Long / Such a getting up stairs / Old zip coon / Old Dan Tucker / Jim along Josy — p.44 Independent sett  1 / 2 / 3 — p.45  Independent sett (continued)  4 / 5 / 6  — p.46 Madame blanche sett 1 / 2 / 3  — p.47 Madame Blanche sett (continued)  4 / 5 — p.48 Second advent sett 1/ 2/ 3 — p.49 Second advent sett 4 / 5 — p.50 Cinderella sett  1 / 2 / 3 — p.51 Cinderella sett (continued) 4 / 5 / 6 — p.52 Spanish sett 1 / 2 / 3  — p.53 Spanish sett 4 / 5 — p.54 Republican sett 1 / 2 /3 — p.55 Republican sett 4 / 5 / 6


1845_William Marshall’s Scottish Melodies

Miss McInnes Fancy — Mr Morison of Bognie — Mrs Gordon of Park — the Countess of Seafield — the Duchess of Gordon — the Duchess of Richmond — the Duke of Richmond — the Earl of Fife — Lady Duff of Delgaty — Lady Forbes of New & Edinglassie — Lady McNeil — Lord John Russell — the Marchioness of Normanby — Miss Grant of Elchies — Miss Louisa Duff — Mr Charles Stewart, Pettyvaich — Mr Masson, Manse of Botriphnie — Mrs Buchan of Auchmacoy — Sir Robert Peel — Colonel W. Marshall of the 79th Regiment of Foot — General Stewart, West Park, Elgin — George Skene Duff, of Milton — Lady Menzies of Castle Menzies — the Marchioness of Breadalbane — Miss Mary L. Robertson — Miss Syme Wilson — Mrs H Inglis — Mrs McPherson, Gileston — Mrs Mitchell of Stow — the Craigellachie Lassies — Linlithgow Loch  — Provost Dawson’s Favorite — Mr Marshall’s Reel — Lewis Ricardo, M.P. — the Duchess of Bedford’s Cairn — the Duchess of Buccleuch — the Duke of Buccleuch — the Earl of Seafield — Lady Heriet Georgina Hamilton — James Duff M.P. — the Lady Agnes Duff — Lady Alexis Russell — Lady Beatrice Hamilton — Lady Louisa Hamilton — Lady Rachael Russell — Lord Francis Russell — Master Frank Romily — Master John Romily — Miss Catherine Stewart, Pettyvaich — Miss Farquharson of Invercauld — Miss Georgina B. Stewart, West Park, Elgin — Miss Gordon of Liverpool — Miss Gordon of Park — Miss Grace Menzies — Miss Isaac Forsyth, Elgin — Mrs Charles Stewart, Pettyvaich — Mrs Gordon of Knockespoch — Mrs Mary Grant McInnes, Dandaleith — Viscount Hamilton — Viscount Reidhaven — Mrs Falconer’s Reel, Craigellachie — Mrs Robert Chamber — the Top of Balvenie — Capt Charles Gordon, R.N., Huntly — Lady John Scott — Miss Helen McInnes — Miss Jane McInnes, Dandaleith


1847_Elias HOWE_New Violin Without a Master

P 97: IRISH AIRS:   The bottle of punch / Skiver the quilt / kity of Oulart / Teddy and Molly / The unfortunate cup of tea / Miss Brady / Lamentation of Dierdre for the sons of Usneach / Kitty of Coleraine / All the ways to Galway / Hunting the Hare, or the calais packet / Come, rest in the bosom / Paddy , now wont you be easy / money in both pockets / Bold soger Boy
P 98:  Stack the rags / Widow Malone / Huggamur fene on sambhrulinn, the original Irish for  we have brought the wummer with us  / Irish cry / The peeler and the goat / Fairy Boy / Crooghan a venee / Cean dubh delish / Drops of whiskey / Moll Brokks / Norah Creena / The priest in his boots, or  Pauloy’s trip from Dublin ,  Murphy Delaney ,  Barry O’Lashen  and  Paddy’s dream  /  Spininng wheel song / Irish spinning wheel
P 99 : Barney Brallagan, or Blewitt’s jig / Paddy , will you love me /Galway jig, or Who’ll come flight in the snow /Two penny jig / Yellow stockings / Paddies evermore / Is it the priest you want? / Huish the cat / Dermot astore / The winnowing sheet or if thou will be mine / The praties are dug , and the frost is all over / Merry girls of Dublin
P 100 : Marry the pipers girls /Fagan /Captain Megan / The six pence /Disappointed coquette / Leather the wig / Dublin streets / Brian O’Linn’s Jig / Rowdledum / Pat Mahoney’s jig /Beauteous Fair Molly / Terry Height  the grinder / Cork city
P 101 : The Dirge of Carolan / The short grass / Capt. O’Kane / Ride a mile / Rakes of Westmeath  / Andrew Carey / Limerick Jig / The dear Irish boy / Green Bushes / Teddy MsShane or O where has the Exile his home / I would rather than Ireland /The County tyrone
P 102: Blow the candle out / Oyster rover / Kathleen O’More / Tatther Jack Walsh / The piper’s dance / health from the cup / The Irish girl I do adore / Open the door softhlly / John O’Reilly, the active / The Armagh Night’cap or , there are moment of bliss / Rattle the cash / Arrah, my dear Eveleen, or, silent oh Moyle / Limerick races
P 103 : Humors of Donnybrook fair / The captivating youth / Irish Molly O. / The rochs of Cahell / The Colleen rue / Yourself along with me  / Croppius lie down / Blow the windy morning / The fox’s sleep, or, when he who adores thee /Bottom of the punch bowl / Brown Irish girl / Rakes of Kilkenny
P 104 : The Arethusa, or the Princess royal / The wren / rattlig roaring willie / Lady Cawdor’s jjig / Jig Polthore / Oonah or, while gazing on the moon’s light / Kick the rogues out / Piper’s jig / Camstroden’s rant / Love’s young dream / Morgan rattler / Irish Hop-picker’s jig / Philip McCue’s jig
P 105 : Toss the feathers, or Drowsy Maggy / Song of the Battle Eve /Lillibullero, or Protestant boys / Shule avon / Grana Uile / Wind that shakes the barley / Morgiana in Ireland / Wedding of Ballyporren / Savourneen deelish / Hurler’s march / Fox hunter’s jig
P 106 : Boynes wates / St Patrick was a gentleman /  The last rose of Summer, or the groves of Blarney / I’m the boy for bewichting them / Meeting of the waters / Derry down or dennis Brulgruddery / The moreen / Sweet Innisfallen / Paddy O’Rafferty / Mrs Casey , or Billy O’Rourke / Iris Pipes / Renaldine
P 107  Off she goes / Go to the devil and shakes yourself / Wearing of the green / The splashing of the churn / Humors of castle Lyons / The foggy dew / Low Back’d cr, or the Jolly Ploughman / Tara’s Harp / Let Erin remember the days of old
Page 108 : The growling old woman / Leather away with the wattle O! / Old Langalee / Peeler’s Jacket / Geese in the bog / Larry Crogan / Rakes of Kildare / Kildroughalt fair, or Oh! Avranmore, loves Avranmore / Noch bonin shin do / It’s pretty to be in Ballinderry
Page 109 : Paddy snap , or quick , we have but a second /  The dandy O. or the young May moon / Moll roe in the morning , or One bumper at parting / Rakes of Mallow / Bold dragoon / When the wind Blows / Eleveen’s Bowler / Young Cuckoo / Baltighoran jig / Bag of Praties / Jack in the green / Moll Roone , or farewell, but whenever you welcome on the hour / Angel’s whisper

P 110   SCOTCH AIRS :  Good night, an’ Joy be wi’ you A’ / Scots wha ha’e wi’ Wallace bled / Jessie, the flower of Dumblane / Blue bells of scotland / Saw ye my wee thing / Streathearn, A strathspey , niel gow / Bonnie scotch Lassie  reel / The auld maid wad be married , or my mither are glowering o’er me . Burn’s song. Louis, what reck I by thee, is sung to this tune / Johnnie M’Gill , or come under my Plaidie / Callam’s Frolic / lizzie Lindsay / The weary pund o’tow
P 111 Ladies take care / The quaker’s wife / O waly waly / My boy Tommy / Will ye gang to the ewe bughts, Marion / Loch-Erroch side or The Lass of Gowrie / Caller Herrin / Corn rigs are bonnie / O, if jockey wi’ but steal me / the futterat wi’ the gray tail / The ingle side
P 112 Halloween / Duncan Gray / Tullochgorum / The laird o’ Cockpen / This i no my ain lassie / What is a’ the steer, Kimmer? / John Anderson,  my Jo / My only Joe and deary O / Dumbarton’s drums / Saw ye Johnnie comin’ / Lochiel’s march / My love is but a lassie yet
P 113 Lassies, lock before you, a strathspey / Lassies, lock behing you, reel / Petticoat loose jig / Ols scotch song / Cook up your beaver / O, Charley is my darling / cuddy clawed her / The nine pint coggie / When the kye come hame / My  wife’s a winsome wee thing / Cauld kale in Aberdeen
P 114 O whistle, an’ I’ll come to ye , my lad / Robin Adair / Bonnie Jean of Aberdeen / Barbara Allan / Miss Forbe’s farewell to Banff / Cowder faire / My Jo Janet / Lewie Gordon / Hey the bonnie breast knots /  Bonnie Dundee  / Weel may the keel row / Calder faire reel /  My nannie O
P 115 : Wha wadna fight for Charley? / Lochaber’s reel / Birks of Aberfeldie / Disappointed widow / Cameron fot his wife again / Red, red rose / Frennet hall / The moudiewart, or, O for one and twenty I am / Bruachan loch Neish strathspey / Braes of Balquither /  O, Willie brewed a peck O’ Maut  / Bonnie Annie / O’er the moor awang the heather
P116  Draw the sword, Scotland / The lass with the yellw coatee / Yellow hair’s laddie // Tak your auld cloak about ye / Lothian lassie /  Here awa , There awa   / Up in the morning early /   Jock O’Hazeldean ‘ / I’m o’er young to marry yet / Kincaldru,, scotch reel / Lady Betty’s reel / Lochlin and Eveline
P 117 Favorite scotch march / Kiss’d yest’r E’en / All the blue bonnets over the border / Sheriff Muir / Jannovitch ‘s reel / Kelton’s reel / The bonniest las in a’ the world / Col. McBain’s reel / Guillan nam bo, or the cow boy / Kate Anderson, my Kate F.N. Crouch / Time was thy locks were brown
P 118 Coing thro’ the broom, or Gala water / O nanny, wilt thou gang wi’me? / Wandering willie / Thou art gane frae me, Mary / My heart an Lute / Kind Robin lo’es me / The green tree, scotch reel / Bonnie Bessie green / Mary Morrison / Drunken wife O’ Galloway / Peep of day , a strathspey / Scotch dance
P119 Athol Cummer’s strathspey / Staun Robertson’s rant / Lady Harriet hope’s reel / Scotch fusileer’ march / To danton me / Bonny earl of Murray / Bob of Fettercain reel / Lady Mary Ramsay’s strathspey
P 120 The braes of Bushbie / The dusty Miller , from a collection of Scotch music published in 1709 / I lost my love, and I dinna ken how, jig / Kenmure’s on and awa’ / The waefu’ heart / What the de’il ails you / Neil Gow’s wife strathspey / Reel of Tulloch / The border widow’s lament / Lady Charlotte of Braids strathspey / Hey Randy Dandy O
P 121 Mrs. Adye’s strathspey : Within a mile of Edinburgh / Wa’ll be the king but Charley / M’Lachlan’s scotch measure / Maggie Lauder / Lord Mora , or Loudon’s bonnie Wood and braes / There’ll never be peace till Jamie come home / Dashing white sergeant / Carl an’ the king come / Alistair Macalastair
P 122 Lochaber no more / Highland Mary / Of a’ the airts the wind can blaw / The bonnie house O’ Airlie / Caledonian laddie / Ben Lomond / Todlen Hame /Pinkell’s strathspey / Flora Mc Donald lament
P 123 Willie Cameron / Scotch reel / Miss Warrender of Lochend’s , a strathspey / The black eagle  by Davis Rezzio, private secretary to Mary, Queen of Scots, who was assasinsted in her presence by husband and others. / Polwart on the green /Such a parcel of rogues in the nation / Kiss me sweetly / Johnnie Cope / Argyle is my name / Peggy’s love / He taht gets a bonnie lassie reel / Sally Kelly reel
P 124 Scotch Bonnet / Bonnie Brier bush / The deuks dank o’er my daddie / Green grow the rushes O / Callum beg / Las of Patie’s mill / Kelvin grove / John Paterson’s male goes forewort . Performed in the time of a Horse Gallop / Rob Roy MacGregor
P 125 Jennie Baubee  or Molly put the kettle on / East nuke of fife / Hither o you , scotch dance / Where all a nid nod noddin / Athol higlander’s march / Fife Hunt reel / O lassie , art thou sleeping yet? / Caledonian hunt reel / Annie is my darling / Bannock O’ barley meal / Bonnie Scotland
P 126  La Boulangère / Le carillon de Dunkerque / Polka Mazourka /The cazorti
P127 La Madrilaine / L’imperial , a new parisian dance / The esmeralda / Zulma l’orientale
P 128 John Anderson on the old cushion dance / Sir Roger de Caverly / The new Polish dance la Roska / Danish dance
P 129  Pirates chorus (ever be happy) / O would I were a boy again / Wounded Hussar / Shanghai Polka , or the Chinese dance / German Polka / Captain and his whiskers / Ham fat man / Pea nut gal / Bonny Eloise , by permission / Fairy Belle , by permission
P 130 In happy moments , From Maritana / Netty Moore, of Far, far acros the sea / Raw recruits , or Abraham’s daughter / Raw recruit N°2 / God save the Queen . National air of England / Hand organ polka / Willie Mazurka
P 131 La reine de Navarre Quadrille
P 132 Nine Pins Quadrille
P 133 Cherubim Quadrille
P 134 Punch and Judy set

Fancy Dances
P 135 Sally come up shottische / Golden Robin polka / Irresistible polka
P 136 Conscript waltz / Waltz in the Swiss family / Flowing waltz / Dieletra waltz / From   Moses in Egypt  / Minuet Redowa waltz / Emily waltz / Facorite French dance
P 137 Clara Mazourka / Traineaux Mazourka / Wanda polka Mazourka / Musidore Mazourka / Les soupirs Mazourka / Gavot de Vestris / Favorite French Mazourka / Carnival of Venice
P 138 Vaillance Polka militaire / Favorite air by Mozart / Diamond schottische / Benedetta sia la madre / Polonese Gavotte / Soldier’s dance / La Manola / Rainbow schottische by permission / The sisters / Post-Horn waltz
P 139 Mayfield polka / Leipzic polka / Drawing- room polka / Everlasting Polka / Exquisite Polka / Nightingale waltz / Prince of Wales waltz / Cleone waltz
P 140 Gallo in Gustavus / Italian air / Prima donna waltz / River waltz / English Mazourka / Adeline waltz / Ricci’s waltz / Spanish dance n° 1 / Spanish dance n° 2 / The witche’s dance by Paganini / Le rossignolo waltz
P 141 Military polka . Dedicated to Lieut. Joseph B. Prince Jr, of the 30 th Regiment / Annie polka Redowa / Pearl Polka  H. Klebee / Cally polka . A. Dodworth / Adelaide polka Redowa / Hattie schottische . Jordan / Lizzie poka redowa

WALTZES , POLKA, &tc.
P 142 Bay of Biscay polka / Wilson Fandango . Very popular in London in 1816 / May Rose waltz / Amelia waltzes N° 1 H.G Lumbyb  / N° 2 / German redowa / Chas. D’Albert / Cracovie Varsoviana
P 143 The black brigade camp dance / Nellie poka redowa / Bolero . From the Opera of  Masaniello   / American eagle Polka . E. K. Eaton / Billy boy waltz / Pic Nic redowa E.K. Eaton / Titania’s favorite polka . Juls Normann
P 144 La Pirouette polka . Paseloup / The rat-catcher’s Polka  Jules Normann / Laughing eyes polka / Fort Sumter redowa E.K. Eaton / Sounds from home waltzes N°1 / N°2 N N°3 / N°4 / The great exhibition polka / Linda Redowa
P 145 Polish Mazurka / Duval’s polka redowa / La favorita redowa / Emilie redowa  Kroskwitz / Evangeline Polka / Gazelle redowa C. Langroth / Fair star walt . Chas. D’Albert / La belle swiss walt
P 146 The Vienna polka / Celebrated Spanish Mazurka / Bronze horse gallop / Carrie pola redowa / Hattie polka redowa / Otis’ polka quickstep / Jack and Peggy polka /  Beethoven’s last waltz / Zapelado
P 147 Lucy Ann’s waltz / La Tricoteuse, or the knitter’s waltz / Russian Mazurka / Italian Monfrina / Jackson’s waltz / Lemon Hill waltz / Kansas waltz / La grange waltz . Lyon
P 148 Silver Miner’s waltz / Happy family redowa / La fille du regiment polka. J. Strauss / Gypsy’s dance in Preciosa / L’anie. French contre dance / Il Bonducani / New spanish dance / Racozi Gallop / Aunt Tobey’s quickstep
P 149 Eclipse polka N° 1 / N°2 / La sylphide waltz / Ladies’ polka / Rosalinda waltz / Binie’s waltz / La reveuse Polka redowa / The peace of the valley / Balfe
P 150 Wilson’s waltz march from the   compagnion to the ball room   published in London in 1816 / Mountain Daisy waltz / The Queen’s Gallop . Chas D’Albert / Pluie de mai valse N°1 / N° 2 / Rubina polka  / Highlan schottische
P 151 Musikanter polka Wallerslin / Soldier’s polka Chas D’Albert / First love redowa / La Parquete polka redowa / La douce pensee Polka Mazourka / Contraband’s quickstep / Champagne Gallop


1850_HOWE_The Musician’s Companion_Part I

Auld Lang Syne — Anti Tyrolian Waltz — American Hornpipe — A Favorite Hornpipe — Air — Air From Rossini — Absence — Beaux Of Oak Hill — Blue Bird — Brown’s Hornpipe — Blus Bells Of Scotland — Bottom Of The Punch Bowl — Blue Eyed Mary — Beethoven’s Favorite Waltz — Bonny Doon — Boston Cadets’ March — Burbank’s Air — Burce’s Address — Brunswick Waltz — Bonny Boat — Bonapart’s March Over The Rhin Grand March — Cinderella Waltz — Circus Tune — Contra Dance — Copenhage Waltz — College Hornpipe — Constitution Hornpipe — Corinthean Hornpipe — Cottage Maid — Chorus Jig — Sazenovia Assembly — Charley Over The Water – Cotillion N° 1 À 18 — Duke Of Kent’s March — Dig And Gun — Dundee Waltz — Drunken Sailor (Voir) — Durang’s Hornpipe — Devine’s Hornpipe — Douglas’s Favorite — Duke Of Reichstadt’s Waltz — East Nuke Fife — Emelia’s Favorite — East Stoughton Assembly — Free Mason’s March — Flowers Of Edinburgh — Fairy Dance — Female Rake — Fisher’s Hornpipe — Forest Of Bondi — Favorite Scotch Hornpipe — French Muse — Governor Jone’s March — Gallopade — Guanacha Waltz — German — Good For The Tongue — Grand March In Norma — Governor King’s March – Handel’s Clarionet — Hail To The Chief — Hail To Columbia — Hungarian Waltz — Hero’s Quick Step — Harvest Home — Humors Of Priest House — Humors Of Tipperary — Haste To The Wedding — Hull’s Victory — Hop Or Knob — Hornpipe — Imperial Guard’s March — Irish Pipes — Irish Air — Irish Washerwoman – Irish Hornpipe — Java March — Jackson’s Morning Brush — Jackson’s Welcome Home — Katy’s Rambles — Kinloch — King Of Prussia’s March — La Grand Rondeau — Life Let Us Cherish — La Bosse’s Hornpipe — Lord Morias March — March In The God Of Love — Morpeth’s March — Morella’s Lesson — March In The Battle Of Prague — March To Boston — Mozart’s Waltz — Mendon Waltz — Mc Donald Reel — Money Musk — Massai’s Favorite — Midnight Hour — Merry Girl — Miss Mc Leod’s Reel — Miss Brown ‘s Reel — March In El Hyder — March — New Top Waltz — New Speed The Plough — New Century Hornpipe — National Cadets’ Quick Step — Old Speed The Plough — Old Zip Coon — Onk Hall Quick Step — Old Dan Tucker — Parasot Hornpipe — Paddy O’Rafferty — Pinkell’ Strathspey — Patrick O’Dermot — Polly Hopkin’s Waltz — Prussian March — Poor Girl — Quick March — Rakes Of Clommell — Russian March — Rustic Reel — Rickett’s Hornpipe — Rory O’More — Scotch Hornpipe — Ship In Full Sail — Scotch Air — Sweet Home — Sicilian Hymn — Swiss Guards’ March — Salem Cadets’ March — Swiss Waltz — Steamboat Waltz — Spanish Waltz — Savin Hill Hornpipe — Sailors Set On Shore — St Patrick’s Day — Such A Getting Up Stairs — The Celebrated Spanish Cachuca Dance — The Vexed Editor — The Legacy — The Wood Cutter — The Minstrel’ Return From The War — Trumpet March — The Soldier’s Return — The Devil’s Dream — The Oddity — Tempest — The Rout — The Isle Of Skye — The Soldier’s Joy — Tecumseh Quick Step — Union Waltz — Vinton’s Hornpipe — Von Webber’s Favorite Waltz — What Fairy Like Music — Will You Come To The Bower — Whant Can The Matter Be — Washington’s March — Washington’s Grand March — Waltz 1 — White Hornpipe — Whipple’s — White Cockade — Wrecker’s Daughter Quickstep — Wood Upp Quick Step — Yankee Doodle —

 


1850_HOWE_The Musician’s Companion_Part II

Cotillions : Algerine – American – Boston – Bayadere – Barcarole – Bunker Hill – Coquette – Cinderella -Columbian – Cuckoo – Franklin – Fra Diavolo – Free Suffrage – Gambler’s – Grand Military – Hamilton- Harrison – Hurricane – Irish – Italian – Lowell – La Sommnanbula – Mellow Horn – Marshall -Mannilla – Massasoit – Milford – Narragnset Sett – Providence – Phamtom – Rebublican – Spanish  -Victora’s – White Lady’s – Westminster – Whipple’s  Index Of Marches, Quicksteps Waltzes &C. P 151 -Page 157 Du Pdf  American March – Artillery Quckstep – Aldrige’s Hornpipe – Ashley’s – Almina Favorite – Am I Not Fondly Thine Own – Boston Assembly – Bright Rosy Morning – Black Eyed Susan – Negone Dull Care – Braes Of Balquither – Button Hole – Burbank’s March – Bellisle’s – Burditt’s March – Bate’s Waltzes – Butler’s Hornpipe – Benton’s – Bricklayer’s – Baker’s Back Side Of Albany – Billy Barlow – Bellina’s Quick Step – Bridge’s Hornpipe – Beau’s Of Albany – Black Quick Step – Butcher’s Row – Bartlett’s Quick Step – Canaan – Continental March – Cotillion Waltz – Coquette – Clark’s Hornpipe – Coronation – Cicinnati – Carolon’s Concerto – Chase – Clarionett Horpipe – Caledonian Hunt Reel – Clar De Kitchen – Coal Black Rose – Constitution – Cracovienne Quickstep – Calisthenic Rondo – Duncan Davidson – Drinks To Me Only – Dunbar’s Waltz – Drew Hornpipe – Downfall Of Paris – Dashing White Sergeant – Dorr’s Retreat – Dorr’s Return – Dancing Fiddler – Eveleen’s Bower – Fly Hornpipe – Flowers Of Italy – Favorite Scotch March – Folly As It Flies – Fairie’s Festival – Franklin Quick Step – Governor Dorr’s March – Gen Lincoln’s – Foc King’s Gambler’s Waltz – George’ – Grace’s – Gumbo Chaff – Gipsey’s Hornpipe – Green Sleeves – Grand Spy – Graham’s Waltz – Hunter’s Of Kentucky – Huntsman’s Chorus – Hardwick’s March – Hamburg Waltz – Herbert’s Harriet’s Favorite – Hollis’s Hornpipe – Haymaker’s – I Won’ Be A Nun – Installation March – Ives Hornpipe – Indiana Quickstep – Jefferson’s March – Jack’s Hornpipe – Johnny Cope – Jim Along Josey – Jim Brown – Jim Crow – Jefferson And Liberty – Kidder’s Quick Step – King And Countryman – Kelvin Groce – King’s Return – La Sperenza – Lady Of The Lake – Last Link Is Broken – Love’s Ritornella – Louisville March – Lafayette’s March – Light Infranry Quick Step – Lamplighters’s Hornpipe – Liverpool – La Belle Catherine – Lady’s Triumph – Lalison’s Ride – Long Tailed Blue – Lord Morpeth’s Hornpipe – Lightning – Lass With The Yellow Coatee – Lord Cornwallis’s March – Moll Brooks – Marseilles’ Hymn – Monticello March – Mozart’s Military Waltz – Murray’s – Mozart’s – Miss Whitesmith’s – Morgan’s Quick Step – Manchester Hornpipe – Miss Warender’s Strathsey – Muses – Morgiania – Miss Gay’s Reel – Marine Artillery Quick Step – Mc Gregor’s Reel – New York Hornpipe – Nancy Dawson – Nahant March – Neopolita Waltz – Nelson’s Hornpipe – National Cadet’s Quick Step – Newcastle Hornpipe – Narraganset Waltz – Oyster River – Poachers Of Lincolnshire – Primrose Hill – Princess Royal – Panharmonic March – Princess Augusta’s Waltz – Prince Albert’s – Prince Blucher’s – Patrdge’s Hornpipe – Prince Regent’s – Portsmouth – Rose Of Allandale – Rose That All Are Praising – Roy’s Trumpet March – Reed’s – Rifle Waltz – Royal Circus – Richer’s Hornpipe – Such A Beauty I Did Grow – St Clair’s March – Scotch – Sedwick’s Waltz – Spanish – St Louis Stop – Steamboat Quickstep – Scipio’s Hornpipe – Stacy’s – Salamancas – Sailor’ss – Staten Island – Spring Garden – Saunder’s Reel – Scotch – Sleeping Maggy – Surry’s Hornpipe – Scoth – Spirits Of France – Snow Storm – Sugar In The Gourd – Sutton Quickstep – Salem – Sweet Ellen – Touch Me Not – Thayer’s March – Tempest Waltz – Tom And Jerry – Thunder Hornpipe – Temperance Quickstep – Volunteers’s March – Volunteer’s Guards’ Quickstep – Virginia – Washing Day – Washwoman’s Waltz – Wolff’s Danish – Waltz By Welch – Welch Hornpipe – William Hornpipe – Waterloo Dance – Webb’s Quickstep – Wright’s –


1850_HOWE_The Musician’s Companion_Part III

 

A Way To The Mountain — Abraham Newland — Araby’s Daughter — Apple Islan Waltz — Antwerp Waltz — Angel Whisper — Battle Of Brandywine — Ball Dance — Bristish Recruit — Bonny Jim Of Aberdeen — Brook’s Hornpipe — Belfast Hornpipe — Brave Wolfe — Biscuit March — Bellville Quickstep — Brown’s Hornpipe — Boston Quickstep — Bradshaw’s Quickstep — Bangor Quickstep — Billy Fat Dance — Captain Robert Kidd — Crane’s March — Castilian Maid — Cambridge March — Chaffe’s Hornpipe — Chester Castle Hornpipe — Charlotte’s Dance — Cuckoo Dance — Crotchet Lodge — Cameranin Reel — Conra Dance — Charlotte Gordon’s Reel — Colone Mcenally’s Reel — Canton Hornpipe — Cobb’s Assembly — Democratic March — Duke Of Reichstadt’s Waltz — Devan’ Waltz — Dinsmores’s Quickstep — Democratic Rage — Duncan’s Reel — Doctor Chassard’s Hornpipe — Dance — Dickey Gossip — Duke Of Perth’s Reel — Dandy Jim Of Caroline — Delaware Hornpipe — Devan’s Hornpipe — Eleanor’s Waltz — Ellis’s Waltz — Eagle Waltz — Emeline’s Fancy — Ellis’s Hornpipe — Federal Grand March — Fancy Dance — Florida Quickstep — Flinn’s Hornpipe — Frazer’s Delight — Fortune’s Reel — Flight Of Fancy — Frazer’ Reel — Gov Eustis’ Grand March — German Waltz — Gloucesteer Waltz — Gallllip — Guilderoy — Grand March In Norma — Geavy Owen — Garland Of Love — Grand Confederation — Grand Canal Hornpipe — Grand March — Hon Miss Dillon’s Waltz — Hope Waltz — Hopser Or Hop Waltz — Harp’s Hornpipe — Highland March — Huff’s Hornpipe — Hendrick’s Hornpipe — Humphrey’s Gavott — Humors Of Listivain — Henrietta’s Waltz — Ireland’s Hornpipe — In Good Old Colony Times — Jack Of Newbury — Jackson’s Hornpipe — Julias’s Favorite — Jim Brown — King’s March — Kentucky Quickstep — Kilkenny Girls — Kitty Of Colraine — Long Long Ago — Leicester Waltz — Liberty March — London March — Le Rossignol’s Waltz — Lizzy’s Waltz — Lasses Of Rockville — Little Waist — Little Peggu’s Love — Love In A Bird Cage — Lady Lucy Campbell’s Strathspey — London Hornpipe — Lake Erie — Left Hand Reel — Low’s Hornpipe — Lady Bath’s Favorite — Iss Lucy Neale — Merry Girls Of New York — Miss Magoun’s Waltz — Morris’ Waltz — March In Malvina — March From Mansanello — Miss Cartright’s Waltz — Madame De Ouville’s Waltz — Maid In The Pump Room — Miners ‘Of Wichlow — Aine Hornpipe — Merry Girls Of Dublin — Mississippi Hornpipe — Maryland Hornpipe — Mowney’s Jig — Miss Bruce’s Rell — May Bank’s Reel — Miss William’s Hornpipe — Missouri Hornpipe — Miss Mc Phearson’s A Reel — Mason’s Laddie — Montezuma Hornpipe — Maryland Quickstep — Miss Groen’s Fancy — Madam Didelot’s Fancy — Masquerade — Mitchell’s Hornpipe — Mancherster Hornpipe — Miss Lucy Long — Miss Manning’s Reel — Noble Lads Of Canada — Newbury Quickstep — Nahant Waltz — Newark Waltz — New York Serenading Waltz — Nonantum Hornpipe — New York Volunteers — New Rigg’s Ship — Nancy’s Favorite — Never Do To Give It Up So — Old Song — Only Think Of That — Opera Reel — O Lassie Art Thou Sleeping Yet — Prince Albert’s Hornpipe — Point Shirly Waltz — Post Horn Waltz — Pittsburgh Waltz — Persians Dance — Perth’s Hornpipe — Prize — Post Bay — Pink Hornpipe — Pirate’s Serenade — Quarrel And Reconciliation — Quickstep — Roslin Castle Dead March — Randall’s Hornpipe — Rural Thought — Red Lion Hornpipe — Revolution In Ireland — Rattle The Cash — Rolling Hornpipe — Swiss Boy — Switzer Song Of Home — Sacon Dragoon Grand March — Saragossa Waltz — Spanish Waltz — Scotch Dance — Smith’s Reel — Scotch Delight — Soldier’s Bride — Scotch’s Reel — Scotch Folly — Sun Hornpipe — Scotch Reel — Sharon Hornpipe — Scotch Reel — Tooge’s Hornpipe — Star Hornpipe — Shantuse Hornpipe — Such A Gettin Up Stairs — Somer’s Waltz — Samson Waltz — Torpedo Waltz — Tyler’s March — Triumph Waltz — Tom’s Hornpipe — Taunton Assembly — Tyler Grip — Three Fingered Jack — The Race — Tos The Feathers — Trip To Ireland — The Circus — Victoria Hornpipe — Venetian Canzonet — Virginia Reel — Washington’s Birthday Quickstep — Whig March — Webber’s Last Waltz — Waltz By Beethovne — Whippoorwill — Within A Mile Of Edinburgh — Wonder Hornpipe — Ways And Means — Walker’s Hornpipe — West’s Hornpipe — Whitaker’s Hornpipe — Young Widow —   Index Des Cotillions P 163 Du Pdf  Auburn Quadrille — Baltimore — Black Hawk — Blackstone — Beethoven — Blattle Of N.Orlean — Coquette — Columbian — Concord — Concert Hall — Court Street — Emma Quadrille — Extravagant — Fanny Jones — Horn Pond — Highland — Isle Of Shoals — Jim Crow — Long Island — Lady Gay Spanker — La Somnambula — Lucy Long — Medway — Metamora — Master Humphrey’s — Niagara — Opera — Pilgrim — Paul Jones — Pantheon — Rochester — St Louis — St Lawrence — Tremont — Tom Moore’s — Winthrop Hall — Woonsockett — Warren — Washington — Yankee Hill’s —


1855_William CHAPPELL_Old English Popular Music_Vol 1

Sumer Is Cumen In p.10 — The Song Of Agincourt p.25 — Nowel Nowel (Noel Noel ) p.30 — Ah ! The Sighs p.35 — Western Wind p.37 — Cull To Me The Rushes Green p.38 — Blow Thy Horn , Hunter p.39 — Pastime With Good Company p.42 — Whereto Should I Express p.45 — By A Bank As I Lay p.46 — I Have Been A Foster p.50 — I Loathe That I Did Love p.52 — Now Robin, Lend To Me Thy Bow p.53 — Walsingham p.69 — My Little Pretty One p.71 — How Can The Tree p.72 — Sick, Sick p.73 — There Were Three Ravens p.75 — Fortune p.76 — All In A Garden Tree p.79 — Light O’ Love p.82 — Calino Casturame p.84 — The Hunt Is Up p.86 — John Dory p.93 — Whoop, Do Me No Harm, Good Man p.9 — Heart’s Ease p.97 — What If A Day p.100 — Loth To Depart p.102 — O Mistress Mine p.103 — Willow Willow p.106 — O Death, Rock Me Asleep p.111 — It Was A Lover And His Lass p.114 — With My Flock As Walked I p.116 — Walking In A Country Town p.117 — The Woods So Wild p.119 — Come O’Er The Bourne, Bessy p.121 — Come Live With Me, And Be My Love p.123 — The Noble Shirve p.126 — Row Well, Ye Mariners p.127 — Since First I Saw Your Face p.129 — Well A Day p.130 — Essex’s Last Good Night p.132 — We Be Thress Poor Mariners p.133 — Yonder Comes A Courteous Knight p.136 — Who Liveth So Merry p.137 — I Have A House And Land In Kent p.138 — Martin Said To His Man p.140 — Of All The Birds p.141 — The Weddind Of The Frog And Mouse p.142 — The Cramp p.143 — Remember, O Thou Man p.144 — Go From My Window p.146 — The Shepherd’s Joy Or Bara Fostus p.148 — Up Tails All p.149 — Daphne p.150 — Malt’s Come Down p.151 — Lord Willoughby Or Lord Willough By’s March Or Lord Willoughby’s Welcome House p.152 — My Robin Is To The Green Wood Gone Or Bonny Sweet Robin p.153 — The Leaves Be Green Or Browning p.154 — In Sad And Ashy Weeds p.156 — Daphne And Corydon p.157 — Willy And Cuddy p.158 — Hanskin Or Jog On p.159 — Dulcina p.160 — Rosamond p.163   —  Shepherd, Saw Thou Not Or Crimson Velvet p.166 — Come Shepherds Deck Your Heads p.168 — The Fairest Nymph The Valley p.170 — When Phoebus Addrest p.172 — I Have Wake The Winter’s Nights p.174 — Tom A Bedlam p.175 — Gray’s Inn Masque Or Mad Tom Or New Mad Tom Of Bedlam p.179 — Troy Town p.183 — When As The Greeks Did Enterprise p.184 — The Spanish Gispy p.186 — Newcastle p.188 — Love Will Find Out The Way p.189 — I’ll Never Love Thee More p.190 — Now The Spring Is Come p.194 — Gather Ye Rosebuds p.196 — Three Merry Men p.197 — The Hunter In His Career, Or Basse’s Career p.198 — I Live Not Where I Love p.200 — Once I Love A Maiden Fair p.201 — Shall I Wasting In Despair p.202 — Hey, Then Up Go We p.204 — Vive Le Roy p.209 — When The King Enjoys His Own Again p.210 — Dance Tune p.215 — A Hornpype p.218 — The Crooke p.220 — Poor Man’s Dump p.22 — My Lady Carey’s Dumpe p.222 — Trenchmore p.224 — The Shaking Of The Sheets p.225 — Dargison p.228 — Rogero p.231 — La Volta p.232 — Pretty Nancy p.234 — Lusty Gallant p.234 — All Flowers Of The Broom p.236 — Turkeylony p.237 — Green Sleeves p.239 — Staines Morris p.243 — Peg A Ramsey p.248 — Canst Thou Not Hit It p.249 — Wigmore Galliard p.250 — The Spanish Pavan p.251 — The Carman’s Whistle p.253 — The Gipsies Round p.255 — Sellenger’s Round Or The Beginning Of The World p.256 — Packinton’s Pound p.259 — Mall Sims  p.261 — Nancy Or Sir Edwar Noel’s Delight Or All You That Love Good Fellows p.262 — Watkin’s Ale p.265 — Paul’s Wharf p.266 — Wolsey’s Wild p.267 — John, Come Kiss Me Now p.268 — Barley Break p.270 — Wanton Season p.272 — Robin Hood p.273 — The Frog Gaillard p.274 — Quodling’s Delight p.276 — The Chirping Of The Lark p.277 — Mall Peatley p.278 — The Cobbler’s Jig p.279 — Old Simon The King p.280 — Paul’s Steeple Or I Am The Duke Of Norfolk p.282 — The Friar And The Nun p.286 — Joan Sanderson Or The Cushion Dance p.287 — The Shepherd’s Daughter p.289 — Pepper’s Black p.290 — The Merry , Merry Mikmaids p.290 — Millfield p.293 — Fain I Would p.293 — Parthenia p.295 — The Maid Peeped Out At The Window Or The Friar In The Well p.296 — The London Gentlewoman Or The Hemp Dresser  p.297 — Stingo Or The Oil Of Barley Or Cold And Raw p.298 — Gathering Peascods p.301 — Half Hannikin p.302 — Who List To Lead A Soldier’s Life p.303 — Under And Over p.304 — Cuckolds All A Row p.306 — The Beggar Boy p.307 — Boatman p.308 — Trip And Go p.309 — Tom Tinker p.310 — Have At Thy Coat Old Woman Or Stand Thy Ground Old Harry p.311 — Bobbing Joe p.312 — The Health p.313 — Hyde Park p.314 — Room For Company p.316 — Prince Rupert’s March p.317 — Upon A Summer’s Day p.318 — Lady Lie Near Me p.319 — A Health To Betty p.320 — Lull E Boyon Thee p.320 — Nonesuch Or A La Mode De France p.322 — The Glory Of The North p.323 — The Glory Of The West  p.323


1855_William CHAPPELL_Old English Popular Music_Vol 2

The buff coat no fellow — Jamaica — Law lie a bledding or the dominion of the sword  — London is a fine town or Watton town’s end — The new royal exchange — Amarillis   — I m a poor shepherd undone or hey, ho, my honey — The bling beggar of Bethal Green — Thomas you cannot  — Here’s a health unto his majesty — Franklin is fled away — The northern las — Bonny Nell — The lass of Cumberland — Cavalilly man — The fit’s upon me now — The delight of the bottle — In january last — The clear cavalier — The fair one let me in — Young Jemmy — When busy fame — Cock Lorrel — A begging we will go — I’ll tell thee, Dick, where I have been  — Roger of Coverly — When the stormy winds di blow — The king’s jig or at winchester was a wedding — The twenty ninth of may — Oh haw they frisk it , or leather apron , or under the greenwood tree — Mad Robin — Joan’s placket is torn — Lilliburlero — The king of Poland, or Courtiers, courtiers — I often for my Jenny strove — The rant — ladies of London — James the second’s march or the garter — The northumberland bagpipes — Willy was so blithe a lad — The baffled Knight — Aye Marry and thank ye too — Red bull — Greenwich park or come sweet lass mad moll or the virgin queen or Tellow stockings — The devil’s progress — Bartholomew fair, or the dutch woman’s jigg — Tobacco’s but an indian weed — There was an old woman liv’d under a hill — The cobbler’s hornpipe — Lay the bent to the bonny broom — An old woman poor and blind — Shackley hay — The spanish lady  — I have but a mark a year — Old Noll’s jigg — Portsmouth — Turn again , whittington — Felton’s Gavot or Farewell Manchester — Admiral Benbrow — Benbow the brother tar — The roast beef of old England — Three travellers — Goodmorrow , gossip Joan — Cupid’s courtesie, or I am so deep in love — Joan to the maypole — St George for England — The fading — Come let us prepare — Here’s a health to all honest men — The happy clown — Come jolly Bacchus or Charles of Sweden — The mousetrap or Old Hob — The man of Kent — May Fair — Come lasses and lads — Poor Robin’s maggot — Sally in your alley — Cease your fanning — An old woman clothed in gray — The country garder, or the vicar of Bray — The Budgeon it is a delicate trade — sweet Nelly my heart delight — As down in the mesdows — the country courtship — Grim King of the Ghosts — Fair Rosalind — Fair Margaret and sweet William — Phillida flouts me — The duke of Berwick’s march or why soldier’s why? or how stands the glass around — On yonder high mountains — On the cold ground, or I prethee love turn to me — My lodging it iss on the cold ground  — The leather bottle — Sweet william’s farewell to black eyed Susan — All in the Downs — Come open the door sweet Betty — Cupid’s Trepan — The doubting virgin or Woman’s work is never done — The Oxfordshire tragedy — To all you ladies now at land — Sir Guy — There was an old fellow at Waltham cross or Taunton Dean — The bailiss’s daughter — There lives a lass upon the green  — Three merry man of Kent — Lovely Nancy — Old Hewson the cobbler — The sailor’s complaint — The dusty miller — Cheshire rounds — Shropshire rounds — There was a pretty lass and a tenant of my own — Death and the lady — Old king cole — Down among the dead men — A hunting we will go — Humours of the bath or the spring’s a coming — Molly’s hoop — O good ale, thou art my darling — Come, let us drink about — Pretty Polly Oliver — The women all tell me — The barking barber — Care thou canker of our joys — smiling polly, or the keel row — Nancy Dawson or miss Dawson’s hornpipe — Brighton camp or the firl I’ve left behind me — Heart of Oak — Rule Britannia — God save our lord the King


 1860_The Caledonian Collection_Howe

A man’s a man for a’ that — Auld lang syne — And I wonder when I’ll be married — Berwick Johnny — Blithesome bridal — Braes of Auchintyre — Bonny Charlie — Birks of Abergildie — Bonnie Bessie Green — Braes of Balquither — Bonny Jim of Aberdeen — Bonnie Christie — Braes of Bushbe — Banks of nain — Black eagle — Bridge of Perth reel — Botwell castle — Bonny jean of Aberdeen — Brown’s reel — Bog on Lochan — Cameron got his wife again — Corn rigg — Caledonian Laddie — Cambells are coming — Clean pease straw — Come under my pladdie — Crookie den — Captain Bass reel — Ca’ the ewes — Caledonia hunt — Cauld kale in Aberdeen — Capt Mackenzie’s reel — Cromartie’s rant — Cameronian rant — Cameronian reel — Chief fair — Caledonian Hunt reel — Charlotte Gordon’s reel — Curle came o’er the craft — captain Macintosh — Caledonia rant — Craigellaehie Bridge strathspey — Clyde side Lasse Reel — Come o’er the stream, charlie — Cock up your beaver — Clout the cauldron — Colonel Crawford’s reel — Countess of Sutherland’s reel — Cuddy clawed her — Dainty Davy — Dumbarton Drums — Drown Drowthe — Duncan Davidson — Ducks dang o’er my daddy — Dunde reel — Duke of Perth’s reel — Donalbone — Dashing white sargent — Duncan’s reel — Down the burn Davie Lad — Earl Bredalbane’s reel — Ettrick banks — Edinburgh musical fund — Earl of Marshall reel — Fife hunt — Frazer’s delight — Forneth horn — Ferrintosh strathspey — Follow her over the border — Frank Walker’s strathspey — Flora MacDonald’s lament — Glenkendie’s reel — Green grows the rushes, O — Gae to the rye wi’ Jennie — Highland Laddie — Have come our Gude Man — Haugks of Cromdale — Here’s nae luck about the house — Highlandman kiss’d his mother — Haud the la till come at her — Hight black laddie — Hey randy dandy, O — Here’s a health to them that’s away — Highland president — Haud awa’ frae me, Donald — Hills of Glenorchy (p54) — I’m o’er young to marry yet — Jush of Perth — Johnny cock the beaver — Jenny Nettie — Johnny’s Grey breeks — Johnny made a wedding o’t — John Patterson’s mare goes foremost — Jarnovichi’s reel — Kiss me sweetly — Kate Andersonn my Kate — Kelvin grove — Killy Cranke — Kiss my Lady — Kinrara — Lord Moira — Lass in yon town — Lors Macdonald’s reel — Lady Shaftesbury’s reel — Lady Harriet Hope’s reel — Lady Montgomery’s reel — Lord Kingarth’s reel — Lowland rant — Lord Hewin’s reel — Loch Eroche side — Lady Terfichen’s rant — Lady baird’s reel — Lass with yellow coatie — Lady Lucy Campbell’s strathspey — Lochlin and Evelin — Logan water — Lady Mary douglas — ladies, take care — Light and airy — Lady Dalhousie’s strathspey — Lady Matilda Bruee’s reel — Lasses look before you strathspey — lasses look before you reel — Lord mark ker’s minnet — Lady’s gray’s strathspey — Lady Caroline Montague’s strathspey — Lady Ann Stewart’s strathspey — Lord Eglinton’s reel — Maggie Lawder — Maltman comes on monday — Massi’s tocker — my only Joe and deary, O — Maggy’s weam is fu’ I trow — My wife’s a winsome thing — Mason’s Apron — My lov is but a lassie yet — Miss Johnson’s reel — My soldier wears a tartan plaid — Mary of Argyle — McGregor’s reel — Miss McPhearson’s reel — Morpeth rant — McGregor’s march — Maggie’s tocher — Mis Sally Hunter — Miss Hope’s strathspey — Mr Menzies of Culdare’s reel — Marquis of Huntly’s birthday — Mrs Parker’s reel — Mr Ross’s reel — Madam Frederick — Marchioness Cornwallis’ strathspey — Miss Grove’s reel — Mr Dundas of Armston’s reel — Miss Flora MacDonald’s reel — Miss M’Cintyre’s strathspey — Mrs Garden of troup — New Christmas — Nineteenth of february — Neil Gow’s lamentation — New Chritmas or the bas reel — Nine pints coggie — O let me in a’ Night — O’er the moor amoug the heathers — O’er bogie — O’er the Hills and far away — O for ane an’ twenty tam — On a bank of flowers — O gin we were dead gudeman — O if jocky would but steal me — O! are you sleeping maggie? — Peggy’s son — Pretty pef — Push about the Jorum — Ruffin’s rant — Reel of tulloch gorum — Rakish Highlandman — Runnaway bride — Roaring jelly Jig — Raw la la of Galla water — Saw ye Johnny coming — Scotch contention — Sheriff Muir — Saunder’s bane — Struen Robertsons — Sleepy Maggy — Shon Truish willichan — Sochaber reel — Swett Molly — Sir John Malcom — Sutherland reel — Scotch Hornpipe — Scotch dance — Scotch delight — Scotch reel n°2 — Scotch reel — She’s sweetest when she’s naked — Sow’s tail to Geordie — Shepherd’s son — such a parcel of Rogues in the nation — Sailor’s wife — Todlen Hame — Thr’ the woods she ran reel — The last time I came o’er the muir — Thou art gane awa’ — White cockade — Wev’e murried & A’ — Widow — Wederban’s reel — Within a mile of Edinburgh — Willy Cameron — Wilt thou be my dearie –


1861 ca_Old English Ditties_Vol 1

Summer is a coming on. — My Little pretty one. — Now, Robin, lend to me thy bow. — The hunt is up. — Ah, the sighs that come fro’ my heart. — O willow , willow, willow ! — It was a Lover and his Lass. — Oh, mistress mine ! — Phillida flouts me. — A legend of the Avon. — The Three Ravens. — To the Maypole haste away. — The Bailiffs Daughter of Islington. — Drive the cold Winter away. — Since first I saw your face. — Christmas comes but once a year. — The Blind Beggar’s Daughter of Bethnal Green — A poor Beggar’s Daughter once dwelt on a green — You Gentlemen of England. — Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright. — Joan, to the Maypole away let us on. — Once I lov’d a maiden fair. — The Spanish Lady’s Love — Hope, the hermit  Tune « Lady Frances Nevill’s delight » — To carry the milking pail. — In sad and ashy weeds. — Cold’s the wind and wet’s the rain. — Phillis on the new-made hay. — Autumn’s golden leaf.  Tune « The Gathering of the Peascods’ — The British Grenadiers. — I live not where I love. — When Autumn skies are blue . Air « Joan’s ale is new » — The Spring is coming. — Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard. — Fair Hebe Tune of « Pretty Polly Oliver » — The Roast Beef of Old England. — The Queen of May. — Come, companions join your voices (Dulce domum) — Oh come you from Newcastle — King John and the Abbot — Dear Kitty. — Light of Love — Cold and raw’s the night without  Tune of »Stingo » — Rouse thee, young Knight. Tune « The Hunter in his career » — The Beggar Boy — Early one morning — Drink to me only with thine eyes. — Come, lasses and lads. — I’m call’d the jovial Miller. Tune « Tom of Bedlam » — My dearest love, why wilt thou ask? Tune « I’ll never love thee more » — The name of my true love. Tune « Tom Tinler’s my ture love » — A Soldier should be jolly , tune « the buff-coat hath no fellow » — Northern Nancy. — There was a simple maiden. tune ‘the noble shirve » — Oh! the oak and the ash, and the bonny ivy tree. — When the King enjoys his own again. — Love will find out the way. — Barbara Allen. — Black-Ey’d Susan. — Under the Greenwood Tree. — Fairies, haste, the Summer moon is bright. — Love me little, love me long.tune « mad Robin » — Nought I prize beyond her. tune « Lull me Beyond thee » — There was an old Fellow at Waltham Cross. — Near Woodstock Town. Tune « the Oxfordshire tragedy » — I sit upon the mountain side. Tune « My father was born before me » — O list to me, my only love. Tune  » The firar in the well » — The Parting . Tune « Porthsmouth » — Beneath the Willow Tree. Tune » I sow’d the seeds of love » — Can love be controlled by advice! — In the Spring-time of the year.Tune « the poacher » — The dusky night rides down the sky. — Let me list to the billows. Tune « Admiral Benbow » — My lodging is on the cold ground. — Oh [ weel may the keel row. — Cease, rude boreas. Air « Come and Listen to my ditty » — There was a jolly Miller once  Tune « the budgeon it is a delicate trade » — Golden slumbers kiss your eyes. — What, if a day, or a month, or a year. — Sally in our Alley, — The Vicar of Bray. — May he who wears a sulky face.  Tune « three merry men of Kent » — Till Mary won my heart. Tune « There was a pretty lass » — Amid the new-mown hay. Tune « With Jockey to the fair » — Hearts of Oak. — The girl I left behind me. — Dorothy’s a buxom lass. Tune « near the Town of Taunton Dean » — Past three o’clock  Tune « The London Waits » — Old King Cole. — At her Cottage, dear Mary. Air « New Wells » — Down among the dead men. — Yes, to-morrow, my love. Tune Joan’s Placket is torn » — Send me a Lover, St. Valentine. Tune « Oh Mother! A Hoop! » — As down in the meadows. — My secret I will safely keep. — The leather bottel. — Prince Charles Stuart’s farewell to Manchester in 1745  Tune « Farewell Manchester » — Oh! For a husband — Row , Gallant comrades, row  Tune « row well, ye mariners » — There was a maid the other day  Tune « Watkin’s ale » — Oh Dear! Wha can the matter be? — Saw you, my Father! — The mermaid — From Oberon in Fairy Land  Tune of « Dulcina » — The Carman’s whistle — The Blue Bell of Scotland — Lovely Nancy — The Well of St Keyne — In his Barque Merrily  Tune  » The Boatman » — Here’s a truce to idle sorrow Tune « the Glory of the North » — Take me to the North Country — Under the Rose — The Moon Shall be in Darkness — Why, Brother Soldiers, why?  Tune « Why , Soldiers, why? » — To-night let’s jovial be  Tune « Hey, Boys, up co we » — Farewell and Adieu to you all, Spanish ladies!  — I wandered through the garden  Tune « Cupid’s garden » — Great Orpheus was a fiddler bold  Tune « Stingo, or , oil of Barley » — Sad, Weary Hearted!  Tune « Love Lies Bleeding » — Begone, dull Care! Tune  » The Queen’s jig » —


1861 ca_Old English Ditties_Vol 2

Vive le roy — Gather ye Rosebuds — Fairy Flowers, Tune « There lives a lass upon the green » — The Chirpong of the Lark — Leap-Year,  Tune « I made love to Kate » — I’m a Sailor tough and brave,  Tune « we be three poor mariners » — Of love and maidens kind,  Tune « I’m a poor shepherd undone » — I a a lively country lad,  Tune « my name is honest Harry » — Come, tatter’d , batter’d, cavalier,  Tune « we are poor frozen out gardeners » — Bonny nell — Fair Margaret and sweet william — Arthur of Bradley  Tune « Roger of Coverly, problably also « Arthur O’Bradley » — Chevy chace  Tune of « Roger O » — Cease your funning — Death and the Lady  — Sweet Nelly , my heart’s delight — Wapping old stairs — John Dory — It was a friar of orders grey — The countryman’s accout of a wedding — Here’s to the maiden of bashful fifteen — All the flowers of the broom — Can Love be controll’d by advice Tune « Frim King of the Ghosts » — Here’s a health unto his majesty — Baloo! My Babe « the Mother’s Lament » — Come, open the door , my fairest. Air « Come open the door, sweet betty » or « Tom Nokes’s jig » — One morn the maiden sought the mill  Tune « There was an old woman lived under a Hill » — Busy Hands make merry hearts  Tune  » the Hathersage coocking » — To all you ladies now at land — Courtiers, courtier, think not in scorn — For Cruel Jenny Once I Strove.  Tune « Often for my Jenny Strove » — O That I Had never Married .  Tune « Woman’s Work is never done » — The sun sets in Glory. Tune « Lovely Nancy » — The best of Companie. Tune « there was a pretty lass » — Sweet in you love me — Who would bear the chains of love. Tune « Bara Faustus dream » — Young Brian of the Susex wold. Tune « the noble lord » — Nobody coming to marry me — Come, shepherds, deck your heads — We will be married O’Sunday, tune from « the dancing master » vol2 — Despairing beside a clear stream — All in a garden green — O maiden dear!.  Tune « Bartledom fair » — William and Margaret — The Lass of Richmond hill — The Blithe Greewood for me!  Tune « Goodmorrow, gossip Joan » — While I at random stray. Tune « Lady, lie near me » — Benbow, the Brother tar’s song — One Bright and Frosty Morn.  Tune  » In January Last » — A timid Wooer. Tune « he red bull » — Absent Friends. Tune « Tobacco is an Indian Weed » — At Dawn the gallant ship will sail. Tune « One evening having lost my way » — Ho! for England. Tune « O good Ale, Thou art my Darling? — My own, My north country. Tune « Down in the North Country » — Why will ye look unkindly?  Tune « Under and Over » — Gentles away.  Tune « come, Jolly Bacchus » — O Death, rock me asleep. — The winchester wedding. Tune  » the king’s jig » or « the Winchester wedding » — The Fairest Nymph. — In Mayfell I dwelt.  Tune « Country courship » — Shall I, Wasting in despair! — Cupid’s courtesy — Over the sea, carolling free (tune, a quick step by H. Purcell, know as ‘Liliburlero » — Lucy Gordon.  Tune « On Hounslow heath as I rode o’er » — Now, Pretty one, stay.  Tune  » Down a down Derry » — The night her blackest sables wore. — Sir Guy of Warwick — See , Golden Daffodils.  Tune  » The Jolly Fellows » — The Knight’s three questions.  Tune « Lay the bent to the Bonny Broom » — Fair Rosalind — Fie on care.  Tune « General Monk’s march » — The summer Festival.  Tune « Dargason » — The Spinning Wheel — The Fair Flower of Northumberland. Tune founded on « hall I goe walke the woods so wilde » — Nancy’s spinning wheel — The Maid of Cumberland. Tune « The lass of Cumberland » — Welcome, gentle month of may. Tune « The 29th of May » — My lovely lass, Farewell. Tune « Young Jemmy » — The Patient Husband.  Tune « Cupid’s trepan » — I Pass’d beside a lonely Wood. Tune « Loed Willoughby » — The breeze was soft.  Tune « Old Woman poor and Blind » — Trip and go — Hark! The Signal. Tune « Mall sims » — It was a Youthful Knight. Tune « Crimson velvet » — Sing care away.  Tune « Heart’s ease » — When I was a Bachelor. Tune « Ped a Ramsey » — Now the Moon is Shining bright. Tune « Morris Dance » — Sir Eglamore. — Oh Minnie, My Daughter. Tune « The crossed couple » — Come Friends, since I’m Parting. Tune « The Healths » — When in distant climes I row’d.  Tune « Walking in a country down » — Oh Days of Joy, and are ye field? Tune « The Cramp » — Young Palmus was a Ferryman. Tune « Shackley-Hay » — Fortune, my foe — O Speed apace, ye tardy hours. Tune « to-morrow the fox » — Oh, the merry days of yore.  Tune « Essex’s last goodnight » — Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford — I Married a wife of late. Tune « The Milkmaids all in green » — Mourn, Ye Sheherds. Tune « Hunting the hare » — How, now, shepherd Tune « Maying time » — When Daphne did from Phoebus Fly — Franklin, my Loyal Friend. Tune « Frankin is Fled away » — I’m but a simple country lass. Tune « I have but a mark a year » — The man of Kent — The Clear Cavalier — The Soldier loves the Battlefield. « Prince Rupert’s march » — Fresh Blows the western gale. Tune « Fain I would if I could » — A Health to all honest men. — Was ever maiden so scorned? Tune « My lodging it i on the cold ground » — Like Hoarse mutter’d thunder. Tune « Newmarket » — Wilt thou stray in the gloaming? Tune « the delights of the bottle » — A Knight rode forth. Tune « The baffled knight » — When Love was Young — Of all our young maidens. Tune « On yonder high mountains » — Fie upon Love, or Labour in vain — The Tigh little island — Where Beeche make shadow. Tune « Since Hodge proves unfaithful » — Care, thou canker of our joys — O Maiden King. Tune « the corn grinds well » — Rule, Britannia — William and Margaret


1862_Treatise on the language, poetry, and music of the Highland clans

A CHOLLA MO RUIN — ANN SEALGAIR’S A CHOMHACHAG — A MHAIDHDEAN SHITH’S AN SEALGAIR — NIGHEAN DONN NA BUAILE — AN CRONAN — FUAIM AN T-SHAIMH — GUR MULADACH THA MI — A MHORAG CHIATACH — HO AN CLODH DUBH — MAC-GREAGAIR O RUADHRO — CUMHADH BAIRD — BUAIN NA RAINICH — GUR FAOIN MO LUAIDH AIR CADAL — OICH MAR THA MI — GU’M BU SLAN A CHI MI — MOCH’SA MHADUINN — AIR FAILLERIN ILLERINN — GILLIDH CALLUM — THE MARCH OF THE DIE HARDS — CUMHADH PRIONN’S ALBAERT — LAMENT FOR PRINCE CHARLES — SUD MAR CHAIDH AN CAL A DHOLLAIDH — CAIBTEIN CARRAIG — FEAR A BHATA — MARI BHOIDHEACH — CALLUM A GHLINNE — CUMHADH MHIC CRUIMEN — A MAHAIGHDEAN MHODHAR — DUANAG CEITEN — ‘S CIANAL ‘M FHUIREACH AN DUN-EIDIN — AN GILLISH DUBH CIAR DUBH — OICH MAR THA MI ‘S MI NA’M AONAR — GED A GHEABHAIN — ‘S TRUATH A RIGH! — THA DHRIUCHD FEIN — OCH NAN OCH, MO LEIR CHRADH — AN GILLIDH GUANACH — MALRUAINIDH GHLINNINCHEN — CRODH CHAILLEAN — TILL AN CROCH A DHONNACHAIDH — FAILTE NA MORTHIR — CODIAD YR HEDYDD — BUGEILIOR GWENITH GWYN — NOS GALAN — MERCH MEGAN — RHYFELGYRCH GWYR HARLECH — MORVA RHUDDLAN — GLAN MEDDWDOD MWYN — A MHAIGHDEON, A BHEAN, ‘S A BHANTRAECH — AN CHUIL-FHIONN — GAISGICH CHLUAIN THARBH — GAISGICH CHLUAIN THARBH — EAMONN A CHNOIC — THA MI’M SHUIDHE


1865 ca_Chappell’s One Hundred Scotch Melodies for the Concertina

Annie laurie — Kelvin grove — Scots , wae hae wi’ wallace bled — The land o’ the leal — Busk ye, busk ye — Bonnie prince Charlie — o Whistle an’ i’ll come to ye my lad — The flowers of the forest od air — the flowers of the forest modern air — Here awa there awa — O waly, waly up yon bank — The bush abonn traquair — Logie o’ Buchan — Comin’ thro’ the rye — Of a’ the airts the wind can blaw — aud robin gray — Up in the morning early — My sheep I neglected — I’m o’er young to marry yet — Come oer the stream charlie — Tullochgorum — Green grow the rashes o — The weary fund o’ tow — My love she’s but a lassie yet — Lewie Gordon — The gysie laddie — The laid o’cockpen — the waefu’ heart — Duncan Gray — Corn rigs are bonnie — O Charlie is my darling — There cam a young man to my daddies door — My boy tammy — Johnnie Cope — My ain kind dearie o — Locheil’s march — A man’s a man for a that — Ca the yowes to the knowes — The braes of Balquidder — Tak’your old cloak about ye — O Willie brew’d a peckk O maut — Farewell to Lochaber — Ye banks and braes — Katherine Ogie — Auld lang syne — And ye shall walk in silk attire — Mary Morison — John Anderson my jo — For the sake of somebody — Saw ye Johnnie comin’ — Wha wadna fight for Charlie — Bonnie dundee — Jock o’ hazldean — There’s nae luck about the house — The lothian lassie — The highlander’s farewell — Caller herrin — Robin adair — The keel row — Roy’s wife of aldivalloch — Maggie lauder — Within a mile of Edinburgh — When the kye come hame — The blue bells of Scotland — The lass o’ gowrie — We’re a noddin — A highland lad my love was born — Alistair macalastair — My jo Janet — Wilt thou be my dearie — Comin’ thro’ the broom or gala water — Bessie bell and mary gray — The bonnie house o’ airlie — the campbell’s are comin’ — My heart’s in the highlands — My nannie o — The souters o’selkirk — Get up and bar the door — The mill O — Johnnie M’Gill — Saw ye y wee thing — Th birks of Aberfeldie — Bonnie laddie, Highland laddie — Blue bonnets o’er the border — The boatie rows — O gin ye were dead gudeman — Barbara allan — O my love is like the red red rose — My ain fireside — Will ye gang to the ewe bughts , marion — Huntingtower — Welcome royal Charlie — He’s o’er the hills that O lo’e well — Prince Charlie’s welcome to the isle of Shye — Flora Mc Donald’s lament — He’s comin’ again — In the garb of old gaul — Blithe, blithe and merry are we — The lass of patie’s mill — Good night and joy be wi’ ye a’


1867_Lucy A Baltzell_Music manuscript book

p.1 the Meeting of the Waters — p.3 Rural Felicity — p.4 Allegro — p.6 Free Mason song — p.7 The New Presidents March — p.8 The Mischievous Bee — p.9 General Monreaw’s March — p.12 Sonatina with favorite Scotch Airs by Pleyel — p.13 Yellow hair’s Laddie — p.15 Duncan Gray — p.15 Corn Riggs — p.16 Jo Anderson — p.17 Will you come to the bow’r — p.18 Friend of my soul — p.19 The Boatie rows — p.20 Willt thou say farewell Love — p.22 The Caledonian Maid — p.24 Dulce Domun — p.33 Cupid Benighted — p.34 Overture to the Deserter — p.37 Life let ut Cherish — p.38 The Soldiers Return — p.39 Scottish Dance — p.40 The Minute Gun at Sea  — p.47 Washington’s Grand March — p.48 The Sisters — p.50 Duetto — p.54 The Light House — p.56 Lady When That Strain I Hear — p.59 Dance — p.60 Twice Forward — p.61 A Duette from Paul & Virginia — p.66 The White Cockade — p.68 Yankee Doodle — p.69 March and Chrus in the Dramatic Romanc of the Lady of the Lake — p.70 Tho you think by this to vex me — p.74 Is there a heart that never Love’d — p.75 The soldier Q — p.76 Wellington’s Grand March — p.77 Come hast to the Wedding — p.78 The Rockdale Volunters March — p.79 Quick Step — p.79 Day’s of absence — p.80 I have loved thee dearly loved thee — p.82 Return enraptured Hours or Major Andres farewell — p.83 Sing Hallelujah — p.84 Evening — p.86 General Jone’s March


1880_Whites 100 popular hornpipes

The Colosseum — The Olympic — Lord Raglan — Manchester — The Star — The Firefly — London Bridge — The Charles Attwood — Blanchland Races — The Navvie — The Flowers Of Edinburg — Speed The Plough — Newsham Grange — Locomotive — Milicent’s Favorite — Bristol — Hill, Newcastle — Liverpool — The Cliff — Washington — Harvest Home — The Ribble — Bib Ben — Mourbon’s — The Merry Sherwood Rangers — The Wonder — The Leviathan — The Arlequin — Free Trade — The Coquette — Prince Albert — The Royal Oak — The Barley Mow — The Devonshire — The Recruit — Bonnie Annie — The Steam Boat — The Brewer’s Horse — The Hen And Chickens — The Parllliaent House — Corby Castle — Waterloo — Jemmy Banks — Pride Of The North — Durham — The Hoaxim Goose — Day Crabbe — The Braes Of Busbie — Alc Mc Bain — Swan’s — Holyrood Palace — Money Musk — Tullochgorum — Drummond Of Perth — Lady Duncan’s — Forsham’s — Rothermurcus Rant — Hurry’s Favorite — Braes Of Marr — Lothians — Madame Frederick’s — Marquis De Huntley’s — Delvin Side — The Highland Watch — Duke Of Argyle — Lady Durham’s — Roy’s Wife — Cameronian Rant — Graham Clark’s — Lady Mc Donald’s — Miss Inness — Grearson’s — Jarnocick’s — Maxwell’s — Prouds — Aubone Surtees — Countess Of Lauderdale’s — Tom Thumb — Brandling’s — Perthshire Hunt — Paddy Whack — Fancy Irish Jig — Biddy The Darling — Rattling Roarind Willie — The Bonnets O’Blue — The Lady Of The Lake — Morgiana In Ireland — Mary The Maid — The Dragoon — Barney Brallaghan — The Triumph — Haste To The Wedding — Sir Roger De Coverley — The Saraband — Hockey Poley — Corn Rigs — Dashing White Serjeant — Barbary Bell — The Keel Row — Buy A Broom –


1882_COLLINGWOOD_BRUCE_STOKOE_Northumbrian Minstrelsy

Songs :
Chevy Chase — The Bewick And The Graeme — The Brave Earl Brand And The King Of England’s Daughter — Hughie The Graeme — Jock O’ The Syde — The Death Of Parcy Reed — The Outlandish Knight — The Fair Flower Of Northumberland — The Laidley Worn O’ Spindleston Heugh — Binnorie; Or, The Cruel Sister — Lord Beichan — Derwentwater’s Farewell — Derwentwater — Lay The Bent To The Bonny Broom — Whittingham Fair — Blaw The Winds, I-Ho! — The Keach I’ The Creel — O I Hae Seen The Roses Blaw — O The Oak And The Ash And The Bonny Ivy Tree — Bonny At Morn — The Water Of Tyne — The Willow Tree, Or Rue And Thyme — Sair Fyel’D , Hinny — I Drew My Ship Into A Harbour — The Miller And His Sons — The Shoemakker — My Love Is Newly Listed — Broom, Green Broom — O The Bonny Fisher Lad — The Hexhamshire Lass — The Mode O’ Wooing — The Northumberland Bagpipes — Durham Old Women — Aboot The Bush, Willy — Christmas Day In The Morning — Elsie Marley — Bobby Shaftoe — Up The Raw — Dol-Li-A — Buy Broom Buzzems — A U Hinny Burd — Ca’ Hawkie Through The Water — The Anti-Gallican Privateer — Adam Buckam, O! — Captain Bover — Here’s The Tender Coming — Liberty For The Sailors — The Sailors Are All at The Bar — The Lad With The Trowsers On — The Twelve Days Of Christmas — Maw Canny Hinny — Robin Spraggon’s Auld Grey Mare — The Sword Dancers’ Song — Kitty Bo-Bo — The Keel Row

Part 2 tunes :

Chevy Chase — Coquetside — Wylan Away — Cockle Geordie — I Saw My Love Come Passing By Me — Jockey Lay Up In The Hay Loft — Felton Lonnin’ — Stay A Wee Bit, Bonny Lad — The Broken-Legged Chicken — The Bonny Pit Laddie — Dorrington Lads — Blackett O’Wylam — The Peacock Followed The Hen, Or, Cuddle Me, Cuddy — Meggy’s Foot — Because He Was A Bonny Lad — The Fair Maid Of Whickham — My Dearie Sits Ower Late Up, Or , My Bonnie Bay Mare And I — Newburn Lads — Cut And Dry Dolly — I’ll Have Her In Spite Of Her Minnie — The Lads Of Alnwick — Sir John Fenwick’s The Flower Amang Them — Cuddie Clauder — All The Night I Lay Awake — All Hands Upon Deck — Noble Squire Dacre — Go To Berwick, Johnnie — The Parks O’Yester — The Wedding O’Blyth Or Blue’s Gaen Oot O’ The Fashion — The Black Cock O’ Whickham — Coffee And Tea; Or, Jamie Allen’s Fancy — The Keelman Ower Land — Small Coals An’ Little Money — Shew’s The Way To Wallington — Jockey Stays Lang At The Fair — Stagshaw Bank Fair — We’ll All Away To Sunniside — The Miller’s Wife O’Blaydon — The Holey Halpenny — Hoop Her And Gird Her — Fenwick O’Bywell — Drucken Moll Knox — The Lass And The Money Is All My Own — Cannie Hobbie Elliot — Peacock’s March — Peacock’ Tune — Peacock’s Fancy — Piper’s Maggot Or Fancy — The Green Braechans O’Branton — Jakey Layton — Till The Tide Comes In — Lamshaw’s Fancy — Morpeth Lasses — The Major — Andrew Carr — Follow Her Over The Border — Little Fishie — Leazes Hopping — The Cooper O’ Stannerton Heugh — A Mile To Ride — Sandhill Corner — Lang Stay’d Away — Blaw The Wind Southerly — Cuckold Come Out O’ The Amrey — Ower The Border — Sunderland Lasses — New Highland Laddie — Little Wot Ye Wha’s Coming — Fairly Shot Of Her — The Black And The Grey — Rantin’ Roarin’ Willie Or The Mitford Galloway — The Hen’s March — Blanchland Races


1887_Converse_230 Easy Pieces for the Banjo

– Melodies of all nations :

What Shall I Do? — Our Selected Irish Style — Texas Charlie — The Clouds Are Rolling By, Jennie — Die Wacht Am Rhein — Pert Polka. — May Blossom Polka. — Take Good Care Of Mother. — De Angels Am A Coming. — That’s Always The Way With You Boys. — I’d Sooner Be Lucky Than Rich. — Gwine To Zion’s Land — The Boy of Lancashire — Russian National Hymn. — Austrian National Hymn. — How To Be A Masher — The Bridal Waltz. — Blacksnake Reel. — An American’s Toast. — The Starry Flag — Mikado Pot Pourri. — A Wandering Minstrel. — Willow, Tit-Willow. — I’Ve Got A Little List. — French National (Marseillaise) Hymn — The Babies On Our Block. — Nobby Joe. — Hail Columbia. — Jog Along To Glory. — The Bird Polka. — Dude! Dude! Dude! — My Heart Is Where The Shamrock Grows — An Irish Fair Day. — Meet Me At De Golden Gate. — Band Polka. — God Bless The Bright Gem Of The Sea. — Mulligan’S Wake. — Put My Foot In De Golden Shoe. — Keep Dem Golden Gates Wide Open. — Highland Reel. — Good Day Jig — Virginia Reel. — Gwine To Ride Up In De Chariot — Mechanic’s Jig. — Cobweb Reel — May Pole Dance. — My Love Is But A Lassie. — We Wont Go Home Till Morning. — We’re A’ Noddin. — Auld Lang Syne. — John Anderson My Joe, Jig — Paddy McFad. — No Luck About The House. — Rory McLaun. — The Star Spangled Banner. — Irish Jig. — Rocky Road to Dublin — Paddy Go Down. — Jenny Put The Kettle On. — Blue Bells Of Scotland. — Haste To The Wedding — Comin’ Through The Rye. — Weel May The Boat Row. — Old Town Reel. — Paddy’s Delight. — The Girl I Left Behind Me. — Barney Brallighan. — Drops Of Brandy. — Swiss Waltz — The Cockade. — Polly Hopkin’S Waltz. — Tyrol Waltz — Hungarian Waltz. — 17th of June — Widow Machree. — Peel’s Favorite Reel. — Gazelle Hornpipe — Smith’s Hornpipe. — Sprig Of Shillalah. — Opera Reel. — The Goose Hangs High — Yorkshire Hornpipe. — Dick Sand’s Clog. — Kelvin Grove. — Old Zip Coon. — Rory O’More. — Chorus Jig. — Home Sweet Home. — Money Musk. — Cotillion Reel. — Pop Goes The Weasel. — Billy’S Back Room. — Lamplighter’S Hornpipe. — Empress Varsovienne. — Stop Dat Knockin. — Shaddock’s Jig. — Whole Hog Or None. — Durang’S Hornpipe. — Buy A Broom Waltz. — Isaac’s Jig. — Spanish Waltz. — Robin Adair. — Chinese Dance. — Speed The Plough. — Country Reel — The Lass of Gowrie — Annie Laurie. — Arkansas Traveller. — Blue Monday. — The Poachers. — Bonnie Doon — Jim Crack Corn — Ole Joe. — Fisher’S Hornpipe. — Mountain Reel. — Larry O’Gaff. — Ree Row My True Love. — Ole King Crow. — Such A Gitten Up Stairs. — The Campbells Are Coming. — Devil’s Dream — Seville Waltz — Scotch Bag Pipes. N°1 Characteristic — Scotch Bag Pipes. N°2 Characteristic — Begone Dull Care. — Tara’S Harp, Or Gramachree. — Eveleen’s Bower. — Fred Wilson’S Clog. — Standard Clog — Oh Susanna — Hail To The Chief. — Come To The Old Gum Tree. — De Charleston Gals. — Lynchburg Town. — Dave Reed’S Reel. — Kate Kearney. — Edinburgh Town. — Believe Me Of All Those Endearing Young Charms — The Young May Moon. — Tullochgorum. — Boy’s Wife Of Aldivalloch. — A Highland Lad. — Soldier’s March. — Alabama Walk Around. — Boston Jig. — Drink To Me. — It’ll Nebber Do To Give It Up So — The Last Rose Of Summer. — Jessie The Flower Of Dunblane. — The Grenadiers. — Johnny Booker. — Racquet Reel. — Louisiana Belle. — Sing Darkies, Sing. — Pastime Jig. — Frank Wilson’S Favorite Jig. — The Rose Tree. — St. Patrick’S Day. — One Bumper At Parting. — Pride Of Kildare. — Air From Trovatore, — Air From Patience. No. I. — Daisy Waltz. — The Gem Waltz. — The Cuckoo. — The Palmetto Schottische. — Andy Leavitt’s Polka. — The Gossamer Waltz. — Air From Fille De Madam Angot. — Air From Faust. — College Hornpipe. — Country Dance. — Air From Patience. No. 2. — The Irish Washerwoman. — Robinson Crusoe — Norah Creina. Irish Jig. — Bonnie Dundee. — Money In Both Pockets. — Garry Owen. Irish Jig. — Paddy Whack Jig. — De Ole Grey Goose. — Mary Blane. — Rosa Lee. — Back Side Of Albany. — Dandy Jim. — Gilroy’s Hornpipe. — Boatman’s Dance. — The Floating Scow. — Jenny Get Your Hoe Cake Done. — Who’s Dat Knockin At De Door — Miss Genie Reed’s Jig. — Sailor On Shore Hornpipe. — Jordan Am A Hard Road — Blue Eyes Polka. — The May-Pole Polka. — Flanagan’S Wake. Irish Jig. — The Red Rose Waltz. — The Moss Rose Polka. — Boston Clog Hornpipe. — The Woodbine Polka. — Swiss Mazurka. — The Nina Polka. — Perhaps She’s On The Railway. — The Sangalli Trick Dance. — Phil Isaac’s Jig, — Molly Brannigan’s Reel. — Titus’ Jig. — O’Neil’s Jig, — New York Jig. — Lame Soldier Walk Around. — Bound To Run All Night, Or Camptown Races. — The Peanut Gal. — Butler’S Jig. — Blind Horse Jig. — Picayune Butler. — Rustic Jig, — Philadelphia Jig. — Cotton Pod Reel. — Brighton Jig. — History Of De World. — Clam Bake Reel. — Rattlesnake Jig. — Tom Briggs’ Jig. — Flat Boat Walk Around. — Alligator Walk Around — All Night Reel. — Stop Jig. — Air From Le Petit Duc. Waltz Movement — Air From The Mikado. Duet— Nanki-Poo & Ko-Ko. — Barbe Bleue Polka. — Air From Billie Taylor. Waltz Movement. — Lucy Long. — Bonne Nuit March. From « Genevieve De Brabant. »  —


1890_Songs of the Gael_Part 1

Horo, mo Nighean donn bhoidheach = Horo, My Brown-Haired Maiden — Banarach donn a Chruidh = Bonnie Brown Dairymaid — Mo Mhali Bheag òg = My Dear Little May — Mo chailin dìleas donn = My Faithful Brown-haired Maid — Cumha Uisdein Mhicaoidh = Laent for Hugh Mackay — Cumha Iain Ghairbh Rarsaidh = A Raasay Lament  — Leabaidh Ghuill = The Bed of Gaul — Laoidh do’n Ghrein = Ossian’s Hymn to the Sun — Brosnachadh-catha = Ancient War-Song — H-ugaibh, h-ughibh, bo, bo, bo! = at you, at You! — Tuireadh an t-Suiriche = The Wooer’s Wail — Och, och! mar tha mi = Och, Och How Dreary — Morag = Jacobite Song — Cailleach Beinn-a-Bhric = the Spectre Hag — Oran an Uachdarain = Song to the Chief — Sgiobaireachd = Skipper’s Song


1890_Songs of the Gael_Part 2

Ealaidh Ghaoil = A Melody of Love — Cuir, a chion dilis = Fairest and dearest — A Chailinn tha tamh mu Loch Eite = The Lass by Loch Etive — An Gaol Tairis = The faithful love — Mairi Bhan og = Fair young Mary — Cronan = A Lullaby — Fear a Bhata = The Boatman — Cumha Mhic-an-Toisich = Mackinstosh Lament — Cha till a tuille = Macrimmon’s lament — Am Buireadh = The Temptation — Am Foirneadh  = The Mother’s Exhortation — Oisean is Malmhine = Ossian and Malvina — O Theif sinn, thied sinn = Away , Away — Coire Cheathnaich = the Misty Dell — Linn an aigh = the Happy age — Oran no h-iubili = Jubilee song


1890_Frank KIDSON_Old English Country Dances

Ay me or the symphony  p:1 — If all the world were paper  p:1 — Once I loves a maiden fair  p:1 — The King’s delight  p:2 — The 29th of may  p:2 — Lord frog and lady mouse  p:3 — The frog and the mouse  p:3 — The lucky hit  p:3 — Red house  p:4 — Punch alive  p:4 — The bashful swain  p:5 — windsor terrace  p:5 — The dame of honour  p:6 — From thee to me she turns her eyes  p:6 — Culloden fight  p:7 — Cure of all grief  p:7 — Ge ho, dobbin  p:8 — Two and two  p:8 — The herefordshire lasses  p:9 — Pot stick  p:9 — Kitty fisher  p:10 — The faithful shepherd  p:10 — Spithead fleet  p:11 — welcome to all strangers –  p:11 — Captain driver’s delight  p:12 — The grove  p:12 — The wedding ring  p:12 — The ball  p:13 — Yanky doodle  p:13 — Van Rotterdam op dort  p:14 — The runaway  p:14 — Come ashore jolly tar, your trouser on  p:15 — Yorkshire grey  p:15 — Merry wakefield  p:16 — Scarborough whim  p:16 — The merry girls of York  p:17 — The Yorkshire bite  p:17 — Yorkshire lad  p:18 — Smiling polly  p:18 — The dumb glutton  p:19 — well may the keel row  p:19 — Hump my lady  p:20 — The tide come in  p:20 — Down the waggon way  p:21 — We must all wait till my lady comes home  p:21 — O! the weary water of Tyne  p:22 — New road to Alston  p:22 — The plains of Waterloo  p:23 — Number one  p:23 — The foggy dew  p:24 — Miss Baker’s hornpipe  p:24 — The Kirkgate hornipe (two versions)  p:25


1890 ca-Thomas CRAIG_Empire Violin Collection of Hornpipes

Empire Hornpipe — Clog-Dance — Tivoli Hornpipe — His Majesty’s Hornpipe — American Hornpipe — Liverpool Hornpipe — Fishers Hornpipe — Earvest Home Hornpipe — Manchester Hornpipe — The Cliff Hornpipe — Millicen’s Favourite Hornpipe — The Elk’s Hornpipe — The Minstrel’s Hornpipe — The Sailor’s Hornpipe — Norfolk Hornpipe — Trumpet Hornpipe — Jacky Tar Hornpipe — Headlight Clod Dance — The Mountain Sprite Hornpipe Or Sand Jig — Ngro Hornpipe Or Sand Jig — Hole In The Wall Clog Dance — Violetta Hornpipe — Concert Hornpipe — Haymarket Hornpipe — Saratoga Hornpipe — The College Hornpipe — The Wonder Hornpipe — Washington Hornpipe — Stop Hornpipe — Centennial Hornpipe — President Garfield’S Hornpipe — Hampton’s Hornpipe — Whiddon’s Hornpipe — Bamford’s Hornpipe — Hill’s Hornpipe — Bank’s Hornpipe


1892_Songs of the West_Baring Gould_Fleetwood Shepard

By Cbance It Was — The Hunting Of Arscott Of Tetcott — Upon A Sunday Morning — The Trees They Are So Hight — Parson Hogg — Cold Blows The Wind — My Garden Grew Plenty Of Thyme — Roving Jack, The Journeyman — Brixham Town — Green Broom — As Johnny Walked Out — The Miller And His Sons — Ormond The Brave — Fathom The Bowl — Sweet Nightingale — Widdecombe Fair — The Imprisoned Lady — The Silly Old Man — The Seasons — The Chimney Sweep — The Saucy Sailor — Blue Muslin — The Squire And The Fair Maid — Hal-An-Tow, The Helston Furry Dance — Blow Away , Ye Morning Breezes — A Hearty Good Fellow — The Bonny Bunch Of Roses — The Last Of The Singers — The Tythe Pig — My Lady’s Coach — Jan’s Courtship — The Drowned Lover — Childe The Hunter — The Cottage Thatch’d With Straw — Cicely Sweet — A Sweet Pretty Maiden — The Green Cockade — The Sailor’s Farewell — A Maiden Sat A Weeping — The Bonny Blue Kerchief — An Evening So Clear — The Warson Hunt — The Green Bushes — The Broken Token — The Rout Is Out — Why Should We Be Dullards Sad? — May Day Carol — Nancy  — Lullabye — The Gipsy Countess — The Grey Mare — The Wreck Off Scilly — Henry Martin — Plymouth Sound — Farewell To Knigsbridge — Furze Bloom — The Oxen Ploughing — Something Lacking — The Simple Ploughboy — The Wrestling Match — The Painful Ploughboy — The Wresting Match — The Painful Plough  — Broadbury Gibbet — The Orchestra — The Golden Vanity — The Bold Dragoon — Trinity Sunday — The Blue Flame Strawberry Fair — The Country Farmer’s Son  — The Hostess’ Daughter — The Jolly Gossghawk — Fair Girl, Mind This — On A May Moring So Early — The Spotted Cow — Cupid The Ploughboy — Come, My Lads, Let Us To Be Jolly — Poor Old Horse — The Dilly Song  — The Mallard — Constant Johnny — The Duke’s Hunt — The Bell Ringing — A Nutting We Will Fo — Down By A River Side — The Barley Rakings — Deep In Love — The Rambling Sailor — A Single And A Married Life — Midsummer Carol — The Blackbird — The Green Bed — The Loyal Lover — The Steams Of Nantsian — The Drunken Maidens — Tobacco Is An Indian Weed — Fair Susan Slumbered — The False Lover — Barley Satraw — Death And The Lady — Adam And Eve  — I Rode My Little Horse — The Saucy Ploughboy — I’ll Build Myself A Gallant Ship — The Everlasting Circle — All In A Garden — Hunting The Hare — Dead Maid’s Land — Shower And Sunshine — Haymaking Song — Bibberly Town —


1896_Nicholas Bennett_Alawon Fy Ngwlad_Vol 1

The Serenade — The Fir Tree Log — The Queen’s Marsh — The Severn — The Willow Of The Valley — Courting In The Wood — My Feather Bed — The Holly — The Hills Of Ireland — The Bird — The Song Of The Thirtheen Welh Counties — Ned Pugh’s Farewell — My Morfudd’s Ribbon — The Bird — The Great Medley — Lewis Hopkin’s Delight — The Welman’s Langing For His Country — Dawn Through The Wattles — Gentle Margaret The Daughter Of Evan — Over The River — The Son Of Tricket Son Of Shon — The Waterpring Hollow — My Dolly — My Dolly — Long Life To Mary — Yellow Cream — The Big Rocks — The Run To The Kiln — The Gentle Lass Of Merthyr — David Owen’s Summer Retreat — Glandovey — Fondness — The Grief Of The Men Of France — A Hole In The Roof — Tuesday Night — The Labourer’s Saturday Night — Gwenllian’s Delight — Martha’s Delight — Ned Evan’s Strain — The Cuckoo’s Nest — I Set My Fancy High — The Blacksmith’s Praise — The Wooing Song Of The Rind-Dove — The Welsh Harper — The Flower Of The Fair — The March Of The Old Welsh — The March Of The Men Of Montgomery — The Strong Wing Of A Dove — The Young Lover — Shon Pierce’s Old Nag — The Frenchmen’s Grief — Ceridwen — Howell Sele’s Delight — The Bee’s Welcome — The Mounds — A Tramp From Home — The Millers’s Key — Amaryllis — The New Love — The Maiden’s Melody — Cefn Y Rhos — Bleddyn Ab Cynfyn’s Delight — William Philip’s Delight — King Arthur’s Delight — Caswallon’s Delight — Pergwm — The Salt Box — Venture Gwen — The Gentle Dove — Balaclava — The Bonfire — The Gorse Bush — The Haystack — Faire Weather — Fair Weather — Long Life To Mary — The Young Man — Glan Dare — The Courting On Sunday — Blackbird Wilt Thou Go — Blackbird Wilt Thou Go (2) — The Sker — The Intelligent Man — The Lass Of Mydrim — O! Who Will Marry Me? — The Queen’s Lament — Rhos-Y Castle — Prince Rupert’s Whim — Dick John David — Six O’Clock — The Miser’s Purse — The Cock Of The Heath — I Placed My Fancy So Far — Aberdulais — Peggy Williams — Morlais Castle — Little Ashgrove — Arise — The Chair — New Year’s Gift — Robin Of Merioneth — The Maid Of Severn Vale — The Slender Boy — The Nightingale — Something Else To Do — The Earl Of Moira — The Red Fox’s Castle — The Red House Of Cardiff (A Pipe-Dance) — The Cackle Of The Goose — The Company’s Farewell — The Prince Of The Gauntlet — The May-Pole — Sadness — Sadness (2) — Sadness (3) — Honied Lip — Honied Lip (2) — Owen Glynwr’s Fancy — Evan Of The Wood — William Owen Of Pencraig’s Fancy — Moolight Song — Griffith Rowland The Crowder’s Fancy — Caerphilly March — The Great Rising Of The Lark — The Fall Of The Leaf — O Longuing Pleasure — Nellie Morgan’s Lullaby — The Lads Of Eryri — The Gentle Lass Of Wales — Thomas David Evan — The White Lime Of Glamorgan — Gentle Susannah — I Have A New House To Build — I Have Been Courting A Lass — The March Of The Men Of Barmouth — The Merry Heart — Margaret’s Niece — The Gray Morn Of Day — The Gentle Woman — The Bee — Gwenllian — The Sapling — The Gentle Maid — The Towers — Another Dream — The Birch Tree — Fair Eliza — The Hag’s Dream — The Briar — The Haxycock — The Mistletoe — Innocence — The Delight Of The Men Of Mona — The Delight Of The Men Of Llangallo — The Men Of Bangor’s Delight — The Delight Of The Men Of The North — The Small Ditty Of Meifod — The Delight Of The Men Of The North (2) — The Delight Of The Men Of Coity — The Gentle Youth — The Church — The Praise Of Malt — The Ringing Of Bells — Merthyr Ballad Singers — The Four Posts Of The Bed — The March Of The Men Of Montgomery (2) — Llangollen March — The Men Of Cyfarthfa’s March — The March Of The Men Of Holywell — The March Of The Men Of Hollywell (2) — Llangollen March (2) — The Men Of Cyfarthfa’s March (2) — A Box Of Nails — A Box Of Fragments — The Tolling Bell — Christmas — Monday Night — Ten O’Clock — Susan And William — The Lads Of The Valley — Black-Eyed Gwen — The Town Of Kidwelly — Fly Thou Blackbird — The Holly Tree — The Cuckoo’s Nest (2) — The Old Crooked Tune — The Delight Of Will Of Grawerth — The Black- Cock’s Melody — The Wookcock — One Hundred Years Hence — The Clog Dance — The Tailor — The Gallantries Of Dolgelley — Troy — Long Life To David — Mice In The Mill — The Lily ( A Pipe-Dance) — The War March Of Captain Lloyd — The Wenallt — The Miller’s Key — A Dream — My First Courtship — Glanbargoed — Yonder Is My Sweetheart — Betty Of Llansaintffraid — Dreams — The Rising Of The Lark — Bed Song — The Delight Of The Men Of Gwent — The Delight Of The Men Of Llanelltyd — The Delight Of The Men Of Dolgelley — The Delight Of The Men Of Maentwrog — The Delight Of The Men Of Pont’Nedd-Fechan — The Eloquent Bird — Pengwern Quarry — The Hedge Sparrow — The Bend Of The Horse-Shoe — The Bend Of The Horse-Shoe (2) — The Baron’s Gate — The Slumber Of Gwenllian — Five Sixpences — The Little Black Crowther’s Melody — Ieutyn The Tinker — Obsi Tune — The Fisherman — The White Clay Pipe — My Beautiful Star — Temple Bar — Glanyrafon — The Tear — Felena — A Mouse In The Mill — Maggie — The Little Sweet Melody — King George’s Delight — The Little Sweet Melody (2) — King George’s Delight(2) — The March Of The Men Of Devon — Captain Gwynn’s Attack March — The Lasses Of Montgomery — The March Of The Men Of Machynlleth — Cardigan — The Delight Of The Men Of Newbridge — The Church Yard — The Four Bed Posts (2) — All Youths And Maidens Fair — The Delight Of Isaac Pugh — David The Son Of Evan — The Gentle Lass Of Trelai — The Kid — The Old Man And His Daughter — Th Fulling Mill — The Cry — The Delight Of The Men Of Penprisk — The Gentle Of Old Man — The Harp


1896_Nicholas Bennett_Alawon Fy Ngwlad_Vol 2

The delight of Goronwy Owen – The delight of the men of Cwm Felin – Cefn Mably – Rodney’s war march – Rofney’s march – Young sir watkins’s march – The birch grove – Old new year’s eve – The green wood – Three and six – the march of the men of Montgomery – A hat on the nail – The melody of Rheinalt of Glynderi – The hilt of the squires’s sword – The sorrowful Journey – Hunting the squirrel – Around the round table – The yew tree – The bard’s dreamt – The black spot – The march of the men of Cedol – A rondo for the harp – The trill of the birds – Corbet of Ynys Maengwyn’s delight – ye light-hearted youths – The village maid – farewell my love – The rock of the pass – The flowers of glyndovey – The old amaryllis – Beware Gwen – Glanbran – The parson’s march – Judge a point – The lady of Treffael’s fancy – Gren sleeves – A lady through the wood – A lady through the wood (2) – The delight of the men of Carnarvon – The delight of the men of Carnarvon (2) – The delight of the men of Carnarvon (3) – The delight of the men of Hirwaen – John Davies’s cat – Llewelyn’s melody – The cushion dance – Mary Water’s farewell – The allurements of the green rush – Spanish minuet (north wales) – Spanish minuet (south wales) – William Harry’s delight – The harp’s strain – The sea-gull – The new Halfpenny (1) – The bird – God save the King – Three touches – Felena ( 2) – Felena ( 3) – Felena ( 4) – yesteray and today – Jermi Cloi – The Church-yard – The Crystal Ground (2) – The Crystal Ground (3) – Aberkenfig – Llwydcoed – The turn of the little spinning – wheel – The Carn – The bells of Ruabon – The heiress’ summer bower – The song of the Ploughboys of glamorgan – The song of th Ploughboy (Triban) – The Ploughboy’s song – The song of the Ploughboy (Triban of Glamorgan) – The song of the Oxen Driver – Centenary – The tangled Vineyard – Edward ab Evan’s delight – Alfred the great’s delight – The bards of Llangollen’s delight – Llewelyn’s delight – The march of the men of Penllyn – Fair weather ( 3) – Fair weather (4) – Fair weather (5) – delightful days – The song of the blue-grey cuckoo – The nightingale’s complaint – The queen’s veil – Monday morning – The delight of the bala men – The delight of the Trelai men – The delight of the men of Llanfabon – The delight of the men of Margam – Do not deceive me – The delight of blind dick – may-day – The strain of Dibin and Dobin (hunting the wren) – youth – The bower – The wanderer – The daisy – The long summer day – The queen’s grave – The grey stone – Farewell mary – The Hillock – Iolo Morganwg’s delight – The delight of Ivor Hael – The gentle cooper – My dear anglesey – A leap o’er the glade – Nelly pugh’s voice – Fond heart – Craig-y-don – The hill of Ireland – The sailor’s grave – River-side Pebbles – Nevin ballad singers – Captain organ’s war march – The waenlwyd war march – The rejoicing of the men of Meirion – Captain Morgan’s diversion – The men of Aberffraw’s farewell – The men of Penmorva’s fancy – The men of aberffraw’s fancy – Evan of Glantivy’s fancy – The ogmore – David ab Wiliam – Presteign Castle – Janet’s Strain – The Hunstman’s dirge – Covering the fire – The Thorn bush – Love-sickness – The cow’s heel (1) – The cow’s heel (2) – The cow’s heel (3) – Nant eos – The great etiquette – The mare’s trot – one hundred years ago – The lass of the valley – The lily Cap – Leaving the land – the sailors – The fulling mill of the strath – Tomorrow – The candle – Sybylltir – Sybylltir (2) – Ned Pugh’s farewell (2) – Morgan Jones of Dolydd Gwyrddion – Susannah – Come to the valley – The little sweet melody (3) – The greater sweet melody – Pen pych – Lovely – Courting dolly – The golden Torque – The withered leaf – The badger – The rushes tops – Cefn y Brithdir – Barley shot – The tinkling of the bell – Machynlleth – The green grass – I built a New House – The aged man – The bird (3) – The cuckoo’s nest (3) – Ned Pugh’s farewell (3) – Spanish Gipsy – The bells of Coity – As I was walking – Valour – Bala lake – nacy of the Mill – The delight of the men of dinas – The bards of tir Iarll’s delight – Kate of Aberdovey – Honied Lip (3) – The farewell of the Handsome Man – The little Girl – Madoc ob Owen Gwynedd’s delight – The nurse’s strain – Gwaen Gynfydd – Winchester Cry – The song of the black cock – Greece and Troy – Greece and Troy (2) – The tavern Keeper’s daughter – The daughter of the tavern – Troy (2) – King James’s delight – The dancer’s strain – anglesey – I met a hare – The back of the axe – My handsome lover – The poignant grief – The dairy house – The melody of may – The victory of the Cymry – Rachel David Evan – Come what may – Clarendon (1) – Clarendon (2) – Sweet lip – Little rees’s dream – A session in Wales – The glyn-neath fishermen – Aber-llchryd – The tinkling of the bell (2) – Carnarvon castle – Farewell to Montgomery – The new Halfpenny (2) – The bells of Llanfyllin – Cledan – Merry Carnarvon – farewell to Carnarvon – Long life to man – The march of the men of devon (2) – The stepping stones – Lady coventry – The little tellow guinea – The mail of the mill – the hunstsmen of taff-side – The black ridge – The green blade – Huntinf the hare – A specimen of Glamorgan Triban – The great etiquette (2)


1900_1913_Choisir chiul

Thug mi’n Oidhche ‘n Raoir Sunndach = Last Night I spent gaily — Hi oro’s na horo eile — Fear a’ Bhata = The Boatman — Bruthaichean Ghlinn Braoin = The braes of Glenbraon — A Chailin Mhaiseach Dhonn = The Bonnie Brown Maid — Mairi Mhin Mheall-Shuileach = Mary of Bewitching Eyes — Moladh na Lanndaidh = The Praise of Islay — Air a’Ghille tha mo Run = I Love the Laddie — Crosh Chailein = Colin’s Cattle — Cumha na h-Oighe = Lament — Soraidh Slan le Fionn-Airidh = Fareweel to Fiunary — Mo Leannan = My Sweetheart — Och! och! mar tha mi = Sad! Sad! am I — C’ait’ an Caidil an Ribhinn? = Where Sleeps the Maiden? — ‘Ghruagach Dhonn = Brown-haired Nymph — Ho-ro mo nighean donn bhoidheach = My brown-haired maiden — Thainig an Gille dubh = My laddie came to this town — Mo Run geal dileas = My faithful fair one — Muile nam Mor-bheann = Mull of the Mountains — Gun Chrodh gun Aighean = The tocherless lass — Air Fal-al-al O — Mo Chailin Dileas Donn = O, happy may I see thee — An t-Eilean Muileach = The Isle of Mull — Dhealaich mise ‘nochd ri m’leannan = To-night I parted with my Sweetheart — Buain nan Dearcan ris an Spreidh = Plucking Berr’es by the Feld — Maili bheag og = Bonnie Young May — Caismeachd Chloinn Chamrain = The March of the Cameron Men — Mo Ghille Dubh = My dark-haired laddie — Faill-ill-o agus Ho-ro eile — Seinn an Duan so = Sing this song — An Cluin thu Leannain = O hear me love! — Gabhaidh sinn an Rathad Mor = We will up and march away — Och nan Och! = Sad! 0, Sad — Cruachan-Beann = Ben Cruachan — Leis an Lurgainn = A boat song — Clachan Ghlinn-da-ruadhail = The Clachan of Glendaruel — Chluinn mi na h-Eoin = I’ve heard the Birds — Cuir  Chinn Dilis = Fairest and Dearest — ‘Se mo Cheist an Gille Donn = He’s my love, the Sailor Lad — Cumha Mhic Criomain = Mac Crimmon’s Lament — Fuachach nan Gaidheal = The dispersion of the Highlanders — An Gille Ban = the fair-haired laddie — Gur moch rinn mi dusgadh = I early awoke — Mo Bhachaidh = My home — Eilean a’Cheo = The Isle of the Mist — Gaol an t-seaoladair = The Sailor’s love — Mo Chruinneag Ileach = My Islay Lassie — An Ribhinn Donn = My Bronw-Haired Maiden — Eilean an Fhraoich = The isle of the Haether — A Chuairt-Shamraidh = The Summer Ramble — A Fhleasgaich an fhuilt chraobhaich chais = Laddie with the flowing hair — Chuir iad an t-suil a Pilot = Pilot, my dog, they have blinded — Mairi Laghach = Bonnie Mary — Gur Gile mo Leannan = Like the Swan on the Lake — Rosan an Leth-bhaile = The Rose of Halftown — Ochoin a ri! ‘se’n leon an gaol = (Wae’s me! but love it tries the heart — Tha mo run air a’ghille = I lo’e the Laddie — Iorram na h-Imrich Chuain = The Emigrants — He’n Clo-dubh = Ho! the tartan — Cuachag nan Craobh = The Cuckoo of the Grove — ‘S fheudar dhomh bhi togail orm = I must rise and go away — ‘Fhleasgaich Oig = Gallant Youth — An Gaol a thug mi Og = The Love of early days — ‘Mhuinntir a’ Ghlinne so = Ye Men of the Glen — O! Tha mo Dhuil riut = O! but I love thee — Mairi Bhan Dhail-an-eas = Fair Mary of Dalness — Mairi Bhan Og = Fair Young Mary — An Sruthan = The brook — A’Chuthag = The Cuckoo — Mac og an Iarla Ruaidh = The Earl’s son — An Gaidheal ‘s a Leannan = The Gael and his sweetheart — Mo shuil a’d dheigh = Repining for thee — Dh’ fhalbh mo Bhean Chomuinn = My beloved is no more — Toirt m’ aghaidh ri Diura = Long Looking to Jura — A Righ! gur mi tha Aighearach — Oran Luathaidh = A Waulking song — Tuireadh = Lament — Failte dhut’us Slainte leat = Hail to thee and fare thee well — An Gille dubh ciar dubh = The dark haired youth — Hug o laill o = A waulking song — Cumha an t-seana Ghaidheil = The old Gael’s lament — Nighean donn a’ Chuailein riombhaich = Maiden of the Golden Tresses — Theid mi g’ad’ amharc = I will thee visit — Ill Dhuinn = Brown-haired Lad — Duthaich nan craobh = The land of the trees — Ochoin! cha taobh tuillidh = The Sailor’s Ditty — Thug mi Gaol do’n Fhear Bhan = I loved the fair-haired laddie — Oran na Caillich = The Auld Wife’s Sang — Chi mi na Mor-bheanna = Hail! to the mighty Bens — ‘S i mo Leannan an te ur = I dearly lo’e the new lass — Gur trom, trom a ta mi = I an sad, sad and weary — O gur mis’ tha Sona dheth = How happy am I — Tha mo Ghradh air an Nighinn = I dearly love the Maiden — Bail’ Ionbhar-Aora = The Inveraray Wedding — O till, a Leannain = Return, my Darling — Suas leis a’ Ghaidhlig = Gaelic rallying song — O nach Till thu ruinn a Ris = Will ye no come back again? — Lag nan Cruachan — Tha mo Ghaol air aird’ a Chuain = Jamie’s on the Stormy Seas — Oich u agus h-iuraibh eile = My Bonnie Brown Maid


1902_George Petrie_the complete collection of Irish Music Vol 2

The Gamest Toast N°501 — We Brought The Summer With Us N°502 — Lilibulero N°503 — Grey Goose Fair N°504 — I Have Travelled France & Germany N°505 — Allan’s Return N°506 — I Rise In The Morning With My Heart Full Of Woe N°507 — Down Among The Ditche, Oh N°508 — My Wife Is Sick And Like To Die, Oh Ear What Shall I Do N°509 — Rise Up Young William Reilly N°510 — Rise Up My Lovely Molly N°511 — Kitty O’Hea N°512 — Kitty Magee N°513 — Kitty’s Wishes N°514 — The Heart Of My Kitty Soon Turns To Me N°515 — Oh My Love She Was Born In The Norh Country Wide N°516 — Our Sails Were Unfurled N°517 — Dear Rose N°518 — Along The Mourne Shore N°519 — Hold Your Tongue N°520 — My Song I Will Finish , Her Name’s Miss Jane Innis N°521 — Tatter The Road N°522 — Tear The Callies N°523 — Molly My Jewel N°524 — Molly My Jewel N°525 — I Am A Rover N°526 — An Old Man He Courted Me Will You Live Can You Love An Old Man He Courted Me Tke Me As I Am N°527 — An Old Man He Courted Me N°528 — The Young Wife And Her Old Husband N°529 — Oh What Shall I Do With Thi Silly Old Man N°530 — Never We An Old Man N°531 — How Do You Like Her For Your Wife N°532 — On A Long Long Summer’s Day N°533 — My Store Is Short And My Journey Is Long N°534 — Oh Were I King Of Ireland N°535 — I’ll Be A Good Boy And Do O No More N°536 — The Good Boy N°537 — The Fair Girl N°538 — The Blesington Maid N°539 — The Girl I Love N°540 — The Wearied Lad N°541 — I Love A Woman Or The Dwarf Of The Glens N°542 — The Rushy Glen N°543 — The Fairy Troop N°544 — The Old Astrologer N°545 — The Gobby O N°546 — The Enniskilling Dragoon N°547 — The Rocky Road N°548 — The High Rad To Kilkenny N°549 — The Song Of Una N°550 — Second Set N°551 — The Song Of The Stream N°552 — The First Day Of Spring N°553 — The Harmony Of May N°554 — The Sumer Is Come And The Grass Is Green N°555 — The Praises Of Downhill N°556 — The Downhill Of Lige N°557 — The Belfast Mountain N°558 — The Mouttain High N°559 — The Top Of Sweet Dunmul (Voir) N°560 — The Border Of Sweet Coole Hill N°561 — The Hill Without Grass N°562 — The Forlorn Virgin N°563 — The Night Of The Sun (Fun? ) N°564 — The Connemara Wedding N°565 — The Rejoicement Of The Fian Ladies N°566 — The Lobster Pot N°567 — The Ship Of Patrick Lynch N°568 — The Seas Are Deep N°569 — The Dangers Of The Sea N°570 — The Foundering Of The Boat, In Lough Derag Suday The 12th Of Uly 1795 N°571 — The Praises Of Rathfriland N°572 — The Groves Of Blackpool Or The Cove Of Cork N°573 — The Black Joke As In An Old Kerry Ms N°574 — The White Rock N°575 — The Green Flag N°576 — The Yellow Horse N°577 — The Yellow Bustard, A County Of Leitrim Air N°578 — The Black Phantom N°579 — The Song Of The Ghost N°580 — The Soft Deal Board N°581 — The Soft Deal Bed N°582 — The Little Cucko Of Art Patrick N°583 — The Flannel Jacket N°584 — The Pullet And The Cock N°585 — The Irish Boy N°586 — The Irish Boree N°587 — The Irish Trot N°588 — The Juice Of The Barley N°589 — The Sprightly Widow N°590 — The Peevish Child N°591 — The Gossip N°592 — The Parish Girl N°593 — The Funny Taylor N°594 — The Bailiff’s One Daughter N°595 — The Dairy Girl N°596 — Thhe Dairy Maid’s Wishes N°597 — The Coolin As Sung In Clare N°598 — The Old Coolin N°599 — The Squire N°600 — The Handsome Sportsman N°601 — The Sons Of Fingal N°602 — The Plough Boy N°603 — The Hurling Boys N°604 — The Croppy Boy N°605 — The Croppy Boy N°606 — The Wee Bag Of Praties N°607 — The Blooming Lily N°608 — The Garen Of Daisies N°609 — The Garden Of Daisies, A Kerry Tune N°610 — The Bird Alone N°611 — The Bird Alone N°612 — The Dove N°613 — The Dove N°614 — The Humours Of Caledon N°615 — The Humours Of Maam N°616 — The Humours Of Jerpoint N°617 — The Eilan N°618 — The Sigh N°619 — The Old Woman Lamenting Her Purse N°620 — The White Breasted Boy N°621 — I’ll Make My Love A Breast Of Glass N°622 — The Pearl Of The White Breast N°623 — The Pearl Of The Faire Of Hair N°624 — Shamus O’ Thomuh Or James Melvin (A Jacobite Air) N°625 — Jocobite Air, From Kerry N°626 — Jacobite Air N°627 — Oh Love ‘Tis A Cold Frosty Night ,A Nd I Am Covered With Snow N°628 — I’s Range The World Over With My Own Johnny Doyle N°629 — Johnny Doyle N°630 — Poor Catholic Brother N°631 — Oh Shrive Me Father N°632 — One Sunday After Mass N°633 — Blow The Candle Out N°634 — When O Am Dead An My Days Are Over Come Molly Astoreen And Lay Me Down N°635 — O Mary Asthore N°636 — When Fist I Came To The County Cavan N°637 — When Fort I Came To The County Cavan N°638 — When Fort I Came To The County Cavan N°639 — My Ain Kind Deaarie Heve You Seen Or Have You Heard N°640 — Same Air My Ain Kind Dearie N°641 — Reynardine N°642 — Reynardine N°643 — Reynard On The Mountain High N°644 — The Fox Went Out Of A Moonlight Night Set In The Cladagh N°645 — The Fox Went Out Of A Moonlight Night N°646 — Cousin Frog Went Out To Ride Fa Lee Linkin’ Laddy Oh N°647 — Nelly I’M Afraid Your Favour I’ll Not Gain N°648 — The Gorey Caravan N°649 — Search All The World Over N°650 — Come Sit Down Beside Me My Ow Heard’s Delight N°651 — Lough Erne’s Shore N°652 — Second Of The Above Air N°653 — When Your Are Sick , ‘Tis Tea You Want N°654 — Who Told You These False Stories N°655 — Consider Well All You Pretty Fair Maids N°656 — As I Roved Out One Morning N°657 — Ad I Walked Out One Morning O Heard A Dismal Cry N°658 — As I Walked Out One Evening N°659 — One Evening Of Late As I Roved Out In State N°660 — As I Walked Over The County Cavan N°661 — One Evening Fairas I Roved Out N°662 — As I Was Walking One Morning In May N°663 — As I Strayed Out On A Foggy Morning In Harvest N°664 — As I Walked Out Yesterday Evening N°665 — As I Went A Walking One Morning In Spring N°666 — As Through The Woods I Chanced To Roam N°667 — The Rambling Boy N°668 — Carolan’s Draught N°669 — Carolan’s Cottage N°670 — Separatation Of Soul An Body N°671 — The Reading Made Easy N°672 — I Courted Lovely Sally N°673 — I Courted My Darling At The Age Of Nineteen N°674 — Nevers Despise An Old Friend N°675 — In Comes Great Buonaparte With Forty Thousand Men N°676 — Glencoe N°677 — It Was An Old Beggarman N°678 — The Duke Of Aberdeen N°679 — The Blind Beggar Of The Glen N°680 — Remember The Poor N°681 — Remamber The Pease Straw N°682 — David Foy N°683 — The Blind Man’s Dream N°684 — My Love He Is Tall Although He Is Young* N°685 — The Suit Of Green N°686 — As Jimmy And Nacy One Evening Were Staying N°687 — Height Holmy Nancy Oh N°688 — Nancy The Pride Of The East N°689 — A Lady In Pensylvania Lovely Nancy You’ll Be N°690 — The Deserter N°691 — Perhaps You And I Well Be Judged In One Day N°692 — Oh Johnny Derest Johnny What Dyed Your Hands And Cloaths?He Anwered Hom As He Thought Fit By A Bleeding At The Nose N°693 — The Dawning Of The Day N°694 — Ballymos N°695 — A Waterford Boat Song N°696 — I Have No Desire For Mirth N°697 — They Say My Love Is Dead N°698 — I Griev For My Love In Secret N°699 — My Lover Is Fled, My Neart (Heart?) Is Sore N°700 — My Love Will Never Fersake Me N°701 — Must I Be Bound And My Love Be Free N°702 — My Love Is In The House N°703 — My Love She Won’T Coe Near Me N°704 — The Maid I Loved Dearly Has Left Me Behind N°705 — I Will Vist My Love On The Mountain N°706 — Along With My Love I’ll Go N°707 — Along With My Love I’ll Go N°708 — The Maid Of Catle Creagh N°709 — My Baby On My Arm N°710 — The Greeks’ Victory N°711 — Luggelaw N°712 — Catha Rony N°713 — Down By Newcastle Shore N°714 — Lady Shearbrook N°715 — Madame Cole N°716 — Isble Falsey Or False Isable , A Manx Air N°717 — Cathleen N°718 — Eveleen N°719 — Fond Chloe N°720 — Sweet Lovely Joan N°721 — Molly Fair, That Western Dame N°722 — Olly Butler N°723 — Molly Ban So Fair N°724 — Bridget Of The Mildest Smile N°725 — Lovely Anne N°726 — Sally Whelan N°727 — Scornful Sally N°728 — Irish Settinf Of Black And Susan N°729 — Sir Ulich Burk By Carolan N°730 — Father Jack Walsh N°731 — Stewart Of Kilpatrick And The Daughter Of The King Of Ine N°732 — Doctor O’Halloran N°733 — Bold Captain Friney N°734 — Richard O’Bran From The Plains Of Kildare N°735 — John Dwyre Of The Glyn N°736 — Roddy Mc Curley That Wad Hanged At Tuome Bridge N°737 — John Doe N°738 — Bryan Mac Cowall N°739 — Ray O’ Moore N°740 — Derry Brien N°741 — John The Son Darby N°742 — Johnny Cox Or Johny Of Cochali N°743 — Archy Boylan N°744 — Willy Taylor N°745 — Milly Leonard N°746 — Johnny Hall N°747 — Martin Dough N°748 — Cahan O’Hara N°749 — Michael Molloy N°750 — Mary I Die Your Slave N°751 — Oh Where Are You Going Lord Lovel Said She N°752 — He’s Gone He’s Gone N°753 — The Maid Of Cooley Shore N°754 — It Was In Dublin City N°755 — Claudy Dwelling N°756 — Adieu Ye Young Men Of Claudy Green N°757 — Sweet Heart You Know My Mind Or I Have A Little Trade N°758 — Dear Mother He Is Going And I Know Not How To Bid Him Stay N°759 — 760- Dear Mother He Is Going And I Know Not How To Bid Him Stay N°760 — My Parents Gave Me Good Advice N°761 — Oh What Shall I Do My Love Is Going To Be Wed N°762 — Do You Hear A Little Girls Take Your Mother’s Advice ‘Tis The Best N°763 — The Advice N°764 — Early Early All In The Spring N°765 — The Lass Of Sliabh Ban N°766 — Last Saturday Night As I Lay In May Bed N°767 — Peggy Is Your Head Sick Or The Long Hills Of Mourne N°768 — Behind The Budh In The Garden N°769 — If The Sea Were Ink N°770 — As A Sailor And A Soldier N°771 — The Soldier’s Song Hark I Hear Etc N°772 — Berry Dhoan The Brown Oxen N°773 — Where Are You Going My Pretty Maid N°774 — Banish Misfortune N°775 — Come Tell Me In Plain N°776 — For My Breakfast You Must Get A Bird Without A Bone N°777 — For My Breakfast You Must Get A Bird
Without A Bone N°778 — The Bonny Light Horseman N°779 — In The County Of Wexford Not Far From Tughmon N°780 — For I’s Rather Go N°781 — ‘Tis I Your Lover N°782 — Ninety-Eight Wexford Ballad N°783 — ’98 Ballad Co Of Wexford N°784 — A Second Settin Of The Above Air N°785 — Lady Gordon’s Minuet N°786 — Farewell Now Mis Gordon N°787 — Over The Mountain N°788 — Dobbin’s Flow’Ry Vale N°789 — Poor Old Granua Weal N°790 — How Will I Get To The Bedchamber N°791 — Crabs In The Skillet N°792 — Some Say That I’ Foolish And Some Say I’M Wise N°793 — Air To An Ild English Ballad N°794 — Tune Of The Old English Ballad Lord Robert And Faire Ellen N°795 — Jackson’s Maid N°796 — Jackson’s Maid N°797 — Over The Water N°798 — I’M A Poor Stranger That’s Far From My Home N°799 — 800- I’M A Poor Stranger That’s Far From My Home N°800 — The Lovely Sweet Banks Of The Suir N°801 — The Banks Of The Suir N°802 — Banks Of The Suir N°803 — Down By The Banks Of The Sweet Princess N°804 — The Banks Of The Shannon N°805 — Beside The River Loune N°806 — Farewell To Lough Rea N°807 — Van Diemen’s Land N°808 — The Flower Of Erin’s Green Shore N°809 — 810- My Name Is Bold Kelly N°810 — I Wish , I Wish But I Wih In Vain N°811 — I Wish I Were In Drogheda N°812 — Gurty’s Frolic (Curty’s?) N°813 — It Is To Fair England I’M Willing To Go N°814 — I Was One Night About Bridgetmas N°815 — A Woman And Twenty Of Them N°816 — I Was Once Sailing By The Head N°817 — When I Go Down To The Foot Of Croagh Patrick N°818 — Alas That I’M Not A Little Starling Bird N°819 — Her Skin Is Like The Lily N°820 — If All The Young Maidens Were Blackbirds And Trushes N°821 — The Blackbird And The Thrush N°822 — In My First Proceedings I Took Rakish Ways N°823 — O Landlady Dear, Come Cheer Your Heart A Cavan Air N°824 — One Bottle More N°825 — I Was Born For Sport N°826 — Mammie Will You Let Me To The Fair N°827 — One Evening In June Or Youth And Bloom N°828 — Cheer Up Old Hag N°829 — 830 Youngs Lads That Are Prepared For Marriage N°830 — One Night I Dreamt Or Are You Not The Bright Sat That Used To Be Before Me N°831 — Each Night When I Slumber N°832 — Oh Agus Oh Oh The Blind Woman’s Lament For The Loss Of Her Daughter N°833 — Ballyhauness N°834 — Sleve Gullan Or The Enchantment Of Finc Mc Cool N°835 — Over High High Hills And Lofty Mountains N°836 — I’M An Irishman From Monaghan N°837 — Castla Costello N°838 — A Monster Tune N°839 — Assist Me All Ye Muses N°840 — O Sad And Sorry I’ This Day N°841 — Garvagh Its A Pretty Place Surrounnded Well With Trees N°842 — Rody Green N°843 — Early In The Morning N°844 — You Nobles Of Inis Ealga N°845 — Art Mc Bride N°846 — Harvest N°847 — Mount Hazel N°848 — All The Ways To Galway N°849 — 850 -The Frost Is All Over N°850 — She Hung Her Petticoat Out To Dry N°851 — The Highly Excellent Good Man Of Tipperoughny N°852 — An Iverk Love Song N°853 — Be Wise Beware N°854 — The New Broom N°855 — The New Broom N°856 — Wo’ll Buy My Besoms N°857 — Wo’ll Buy My Besoms N°858 — Dunlavin Green N°859 — Flower Of Young Maidens N°860 — 860 -Take A Kiss Or Let It Alone N°861 — Set By Mr Joyce N°862 — When First I Left Old Ireland N°863 — My Blessing Go With You Sweet Erin Go Bragh N°864 — Emigrant Song N°865 — Old North American Indian Tune N°866 — Paddys Return N°867 — Paddys Evermore N°868 — Five Men Went Together N°869 — Dancing Measure To Which Prince Charles Edward And Lady Wemyss Danced In The Gallery Of The Palace Of Holyrood House In The Year 1745 N°870 — Planxty By Carolan N°871 — Dance Tune Or Planxty By ? Carolan N°872 — Planxty Wilkinson By Carolan N°873 — Planxty Drew By Carolan N°874 — Planxty By Carolan N°875 — Lady Wrixton N°876 — Planxty Sweeny N°877 — Planxty Shane Ruadh N°878 — The Hunt N°879 — The Ladies Fancy Or The Piper Finish Or The Long Dance N°880 — Gather Up The Money The Petticotee Dance And Song Tune N°881 — Lower Ormond N°882 — Long Dance N°883 — The Bruisus Or Kiss The Maid Behind The Barrels N°884 — The Maid Behind The Barrel N°885 — Kiss The Maid Behind The Barrel N°886 — Reel Set In The County Of Limerick N°887 — Box About The Fire Place N°888 — Last Night’s Funeral N°889 — Munster Reel N°890 — Boil The Breakfast Early N°891 — The Job Of Journe Work N°892 — The Peeler’s Jacket N°893 — Musnter Reel N°894 — The Morning Star N°895 — Munster Reel N°896 — Blackwater Foot N°897 — The Goroum N°898 — The Kerry Star N°899 — The Braggging Man N°900 — Temple Hill N°901 — Molly On The Shore N°902 — A Cork Reel N°903 — The New Domain N°904 — A Clare Reel N°905 — County Of Clare Reel N°906 — County Of Clare Reel N°907 — County Of Clare Reel N°908 — The Green Field Of Ireland N°909 — The Country Girl’s Fortune N°910 — Lough Allen N°911 — The Gooseberry Blossom N°912 — The Silver Mines N°913 — John Hickey Ballyorgan N°914 — Reel Queer Name? N°915 — Reel Time N°916 — Reel N°917 — The Ewe With The Crooked Horn N°918 — Hornpipe N°919 — Good Night Good Night An Joy Be With Young N°920 — Cherish The Ladies N°921 — The Lovely Lad N°922 — Tea In The Morning N°923 — Down With The Tithes N°924 — Strop The Razor N°925 — Barrack Hill N°926 — The Crossting Cap N°927 — Munster Jig N°928 — Munster Jig N°929 — Munster Jig N°930 — Munster Jig N°931 — Munster Jig N°932 — Munster Jig N°933 — The Munsterman’s Jig N°934 — Kiss In The Shelter N°935 — The Ladies March To The Ball Room N°936 — The Lads On The Mountain N°937 — The Bucks Of Ahasnagh N°938 — Connaught Jig N°939 — The Geese In The Bog N°940 — The Humours Of Milltown N°941 — Old Clare Jig N°942 — Clare Jig N°943 — Clare Jig N°944 — The Galloping Young Thing N°945 — Hush The Cat From The Bacon N°946 — Old Cork Jig N°947 — A Sligo Jig N°948 — Jig N°949 — Black Rock N°950 — The Galway Jig N°951 — A County Of Leitrim Jig N°952 — The Three Little Drummers N°953 — The Three Little Drummers N°954 — A Leitrim Jig N°955 — Wink And She Will Follow You N°956 — The Housemaid Jig N°957 — Round The World For Sport N°958 — The Girl I Love N°959 — The Good Fellows Jig N°960 — The Swaggering Jig N°961 — The Bungalow Jig N°962 — The Cauliflower Jig N°963 — Jig From D Cleary N°964 — A Second Set Of The Above From James Buckey N°965 — Jig Or March N°966 — Jig N°967 — Jig N°968 — Jig N°969 — Jig N°970 — Jig N°971 — Jig N°972 — Jig N°973 — Jig N°974 — Jig N°975 — Jig N°976 — Jig N°977 — Time Of Day N°978 — A Hop Jig N°979 — Hop Jig N°980 — Calolan’s Favorite Jig N°981 — Ancient Munster March And Jig N°982 — Ancient Clan March N°983 — Ancient Clra March And Jig N°984 — Sir Patrick Bellew’s March N°985 — General Wynne N°986 — Carlwac’s March N°987 — Favorite March Of The Old Irish Volunteers N°988 — The Irish Lad’s A Jolly Boy N°989 — The Hurler’s March N°990 — Ree Raw Or The Butcher’s March N°991 — Carpenter’s March N°992 — The Ribbonman’s March N°993 — Oh Woman Of The House Isn’T That Neat N°994 — Joy Be With You An Ancient Connaught March For Breaking Up N°995 — Vive La The French Are Coming A Rebel March N°996 — The Buachalin Og March N°997 — The Housekeeper N°998 — Dance Or Quick March N°999 — March And Jigg N°1000 — A March Tune N°1001 — Ancient Lullaby N°1002 — Clare Lullaby N°1003 — Sligo Lullaby N°1004 — A Lullaby N°1005 — A Lullaby N°1006 — A Lullaby N°1007 — A Lullaby N°1008 — Lullaby Or Nursery Song N°1009 — Nurse’s Tune Or Hushaby N°1010 — Nurse Tune N°1011 — Nursery Song N°1012 — Nursery Song N°1013 — Nurse Song N°1014 — The Fairy Nurse’s Song N°1015 — Cradle Song N°1016 — Cradle Hymn N°1017 — The Dirge Of Ossian N°1018 — The Lamentation Of Deirdre For The Sons Of Usnach N°1019 — Lament For Una Mac Dermot N°1020 — Donald Baccogh’s Lament N°1021 — Carolan’s Lamentation For Charles Mc Cabe N°1022 — Wood’s Lamentation N°1023 — Soggarth Shamus O’Finn N°1024 — The Lamentation Of Sir Richard Cantillon N°1025 — The Lament Of William Mc Peter The Outlaw N°1026 — In Horncastle’s Work Called  Ormande’s Lament’ N°1027 — The Hare’s Lament N°1028 — The Lament N°1029 — A Lament N°1030 — Keen N°1031 — Ancient Caoine Said To Be The Most Ancient In The Provinces Of Leinster And Munster N°1032 — A Caoine N°1033 — Caoine N°1034 — Caoine N°1035 — Caoine N°1036 — Caoine N°1037 — The Plaint As Sung In The Parish Of Bannagher N°1038 — Ancient Hymn Tune And Caoine N°1039 — Funeral Cry N°1040 — Irish Cry N°1041 — Ancient Hymn N°1042 — Irish Hymn (Londonderry) N°1043 — Ancient Hymn Tune Sung In Country Chapels From Forde N°1044 — Another Attempt To Phrase This Air N°1045 — Hymn Tune N°1046 — Chant Or Hyme Tune N°1047 — The Hymn Of St Bernard Jesu Dulcis Memoria N°1048 — Dies Irae Or Day Of Wrath N°1049 — Christman Carol Or Hymn N°1050 — Plough Whistle N°1051 — Ploughman’s Whistle N°1052 — Plough Song Or Whistle Of The County Of Kilkenny N°1053 — Ploughman’s Whistle N°1054 —  – –


1902_George Petrie_the complete collection of Irish Music Vol 3

Plough song n°1055 — welcome home prince Charley n°1056 — When she answered me her voice was low n°1057 — Untitled n°1058 — Untitled n°1059 — Set in the county of Derry n°1060 — Set in couty of Londonderry n°1061 — Set in the county of Derry n°1062 — Let’s be drinking n°1063 — The melody of the harp n°1066 — Moreen n°1067 — The strolling mason n°1070 — A second set of the above air n°1071 — In Milton I heard the music n°1072 — 2nd set of preceding n°1073 — The maiden’s lament for her lover’s departure n°1075 — Yesterday morning and I about to sleep n°1076 — The pretty hair comb n°1082 — The irish lass with the golden tresses n°1098 — If my love were within your heart n°1103 — The northern hags a connaught’ jig n°1109 — The beautiful pearl of slieve Ban n°1114 — Knowest thou my dear that I sleep not at night n°1117 — The king’s cave an arran boat song n°1119 — Blow old woman and be merry n°1121 — Easter snow or properly n°1123 — Down among the woods n°1125 — The girl who is near sligo n°1126 — O Mary my darling n°1127 — The prodigal son Now I am tired and wish I was at home n°1136 — I’m a young little girl n°1137 — Donnell my love n°1139 — Called also   a new broom sweeps clean or sweet innismore n°1142 — Arthur of this town n°1144 — Do you remember the time we were hunting in the valley n°1146 — Come with me to the fair n° — I never will deceive you n° — A woman lament for the death of her Hen n°1161 — An ancient hymn. Also the melody of Ossian’s poem of Tale n°1205 — The Cuckoo’s nest n°1206 — Cremoneo °1210 — Or brigid of the fair haired n°1217 — Or the lament of old age n°1219 — Or the young wife and the old man n°1225 — Scorching is love n°1234 — The wren n°1235 — Hag tou’ve killed me n°1236 — For Eire I’d not tell his name n°1237 — ’tis long ago promised to steal away with me n°1242 — Are you not the bright that used to be before me? n°1248 — Or the gurgling of the churn n°1250 — The banks of the Daisy n°1253 — Oh boys help each other n°1254 — I’am a young boy without gold or stock n°1263 — Or the black rogue n°1265 — The yellow sands n°1267 — John de Burgo, or Burke n°1270 — An ancient clan march n°1272 — the stout little boy n°1275 — caoine n°1287 — Or the one horned cow n°1293 — or I went with my maiden up stairs n°1304 — Or I will go to the mountain or to the roebuck pinnacles n°1305 — O young bridget my beloved n°1308 — O mael, O am ruined by you n°1311 — If it is the pea you want it is here called also the bold sportsman and the carpenter’s march n°1312 — The yellow blanket n°1313 — The shussen ban n°1314 — Lament n°1315 — The northern road to Tralee n°1318 — The « caillin Ruadh » n°1321 — The cailleen ruagh n°1324 — Or O pretty brown gorl of the white breasts n°1326 — Or the pretty brown girl n°1327 — A bed of feathers and ropes n°1336 — Henry! n°1361 — Phelim Mountains n°1362 — 1399 I’m a young little boy that has given great love to Nelly ban n°1399 — I am in this town only one year and three days n°1400 — The pearl of the yellow road n°1402 — the smith’s song n°1407 — A munster hop jig n°1408 — By the grove in the west n°1409 — From a Limerick woman in Dublin n°1412 — the ace and deuce of pipering n°1416 — a clan march n°1424 — Ancient clan March n°1425 — Called also Kathleen na rudderigh the flower of women n°1429 — advice to a young man in choosing a wife n°1437 — Oh John my neighbour’s son , if you are going to marry n°1438 — Had not we better wait my dear n°1442 — O god John See the gaelinc air « oran an avig » & buntig’s a chieftain n°1445 — or the top of the mountain’ n°1450 — here’s a health to the mother in law n°1460 — Goodbye and my blessing to the troubles of the world n°1462 — If I should meet a tanner’s wife n°1480 — Sit here O murneen near me n°1482 — Humours of Kilkenny Your bag is handsome my boy n°1485 — Here’s a health to the mother in law n°1486 — Or will you come home with me n°1487 — O little mary what has happened thee n°1488 — At the yellow Boreen lives the secret of my heart n°1489 — Oh Mary if my advice you take n°1492 — I was one day going to Limerick n°1493 — Lawsy Dulh n°1494 — The little flower of brown haired girls n°1495 — On patrick’s day i was in my element n°1497 — O woman of the house is not that pleasant n°1504 — I have a cottage on the verge of the mountain n°1505 — I went to the west to look for a wife n°1506 — I would advise you to pas over the boundary n°1510 — Och och one said the yellow tanner n°1518 — There is a little enchanted glen that I know n°1524 — I was one fine sunny day a fishing by a river n°1525 — When I was in the beginning of my youth n°1526 — Or the wine id good n°1527 — to look for my calves I sent my child? n°1529 — Or, out of sight  out out of mind n°1534 — The new moutain road n°1535 — Ossian’s poems n°1540 — Better let them alone n°1551 — the black haired woman from the mountain n°1566 — the dark haired woman from the mountain n°1568 —


1909_Irish country songs_Herbert Hughes

VOl 1:
The Verdant Braes of Skreen — Reynardine — The Weaver’S Daughter — When Through Life Unblest We Rove — The Next Market Day — My Love, Oh She Is My Love — I Know Where I’m Goin’ — Slow By The Shadows — The Little Rose Of Gartan — A Ballynure Ballad — Down By The Sally Gardens — The Bonny Wee Mare — She Moved Through The Fair — You Couldn’t Stop A Lover (Fragment) — An Island Spinning Song — The Fanaid Grove — « B » For Barney (Fragment) — The Lover’S Curse — I Wish I Had The Shepherd’s Lamb — Must I Go Bound — I Know My Love — The Gartan Mother’s Lullaby

VOL 2 :
The Bard of Armagh — Dobbin’s Flowery Vaie — Monday, Tuesday — The Airy Bachelor — Kathlenn O’More — The Magpie’s Nest — Cruckhaun Finn — The Slaney Side — Draherin-o-Machree — I will walk with my love — The Maid with the Bonny Brown hair — Norah O’Neale — The Light of the Moon — The Lowlandds of Holland — Skibbereen — The County of Mayo — The Bonney Bunch of Roses — A good roarin’ Fire — The Cork Leg — The Dark-haired girl

Vol 3 :
The Leprehaun — Rich and Rare — I’m not myself at all — Róisín Duch (Little Black rose) — The Gallows Tree — The Red-haired Man’s Wife — Shule Agra — The Drinaun Donn (The Brown Thorn) — An Irish Elegy — Savourneen Deelish — Oh, breathe not his name — Johnny, I hardly knew ye!

Vol 4 :
Lovely Mollie — I’m a decent good Irish Boy — The Star of The County Down — Oh father, father, build me a boat — I have a bonnet trimed with blue — She lived beside the Anner — Where the Grass grows green — The Fenians of Cahirciveen — Oh , Limerick is beautiful — The bold tenant farmer — the dear Irish Boy — The old turf fire — The hounds of Filemore — My blue eyed mountain queen — The black ribbon-bad — My brown-haired boy — A young maid stood in her father’s Gardens — Tigaree torum orum — ohnny doyle — I’m in arrears — The Philippine soldier — Innisfree — Green grows the laurel — The top of Inny’s side — the little black-rose — The dingle puck-goat


1912_Dances of the olden time_Moffat_Kidson

A La Mode De France — Agreeable Society — All In A Garden Green — Amarillis — Ash Wednesday — The Ball — The Barley Mow — La Belle Catherine — Belvediere — Blacksmith’s Morris — Brighton Camp — Brisk And Airy — Bourrée — New Boree — Le Bass Bourrée — Buttered Pease — Canst Thou Not Weave Bonelace? — Les Canaries — La Chaconne — Chaplet — Chelsea Reach Or Buckingham House — Cheshire Rounds — Cockle Shells — Collett’s Jig — Courante — Danny — Dargason — Del Caro’s Hornpipe — Devonshire House — Dull Sir John — Uke Of Marlborough’s Health — E.O. — Eleventh Of September — Entield Common — English Paspy — Faithful Shepherd — Fiddler’s Morris — La Foes — La Forlane — Fox And Geese — Galliarde — Gavotte — Gimerack — Goddesses — Gold Ring — Greensleeves — Hampstead Heath — Harly Bush Fair — Haymakers Helston Furry Dance — Kemp’s Jig — Kettledrum — Kew Green — Kidlinton Green — King Jame’s March — Kiss Me Early — Kitty Fisher — Lady Betty’s Minuet — Lady Smith’s Minuet — Loure — Mad Robin — Maid’s Morrin — The Maids — Marionettes — Maypole  — Miss Baker’s Hornpipe — Miss Bernard’s Delight — Miss Loame’s Minuet — Miss Nancy Frowns — A Morris Dance — The Muffin — La Musette — Newmarket Downfall — On A Bank Of Flowers — Once I Loved A Maiden Fair — Parson And Dorothy — Parson’s Snuffbox — Paspy — La Pavane  — Peace And Plenty — Peggy Perkins — Poole’s Holethepoor Robin’s Maggot — Pope’s Head Minuet — Prague Minuet — Princess Royal — Rigadoon — Round O — Royal Wedding — Saint James Park — Saraband — Ship’s Hornpipe — Silent Woman — Silver Box — Sir Roger De Coverley — Stane’s Morris — Tabouret’s Morris — Le Tambourin — Ten Pound Lass — Three Sheepskins — Trenchmore — Tunbridge Frisk — Up And Down  — Wedding Ring — Ye Wild Morris — Will O’ The Wisp —


1915_140 folk tunes_with piano accompaniment

Adeste fideles — Ah! vous dirai-je, maman — All trough the night — The Alphabet — America — The Apple-tree House — April Vacation — Au clair de la lune — Auld Lang Syne — Autumn song — The Bells — Bobbie Shaftoe — Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella — Butterflies — Caterpillar! Caterpillar! — The Chickadee — Christman Day — Christman Eve — Cock-a-doodle-doo! — Columbus Day — Come, Thou Almighty King — The Country Farmer’s Son — Cradle Song — The Cuckoo — Dame Tartine — Dancing in the Orchard — Early One Morning — Echo Song — The Elve’s Dance — En passant par la Lorraine — Evacuation Day — Evening on the River — An Evening Song — The Farmer — The First Noel — The Flag going by — For Patriot’s Day — The Fourth of July — A Frog he would a-wooing go — Girofle, Girofla — God, our Loving Father — The Golden Boat — Good King Wenceslas — Good Pierrot — Happy New Year! — Hark! the Summons — The Harp that once — The Holiday — Home Sweet Home — How should I your true love know? — How wondrous and great — I had a little sail-boat — I saw three ships — if I were a bird — If I were an Elfin — In Heavenly Love Abiding — In May — In Memoriam — In the Firelight — It Snows in the Night — Jack in the pulpit — The Journey of the Leave — La Bergère — La bonne Aventure — Ladybird — The Lamps of Night — Le Furet du Bois Joli — La Petit Chasseur — Le Pont d’Avignon — Le Roi d’Yvetot — The Light house — Lincoln’s Birthday — The little Boy and the Sheep — The Little Dustman — The Little ship — Loch Lomond — Lords and Ladies — The Lorelei — Lullaby — The Mail-Box — The Meeting of the Waters — Memorial Day — The Merry-go-round — The Merry Sportman — Moon Song — Morning Song — My Garden of Flowers — My Old Kentucky Home — My Playmate — My Pony — New Year’s Day — A Night in the Woods — The Nightingale — November — The Nut-Tree — Oh, come, all ye faithful — The Old Folks at Home — Old King Cole — The Old Man — The Old Woman and the Peddler — On a Frosty Morning — On a Sumer Day — On Easter Day — Once, long ago — Our Country — A Picnic on the Grass — The Pine Tree — The Pine Tree Swing — Planting a Garden — Playing Ball on the Stairs — The Pony Ride — Ramène tes moutons — Reveille — Ridong on the Elevated — The Robin — Robin-a-Thrush — A sailing Song — St Valentine’s Day — Santa Claus — Semons la salade — The Shadow — The Shepherdess — Shinning Wires — The Shower — Silent Night — Sleep, baby, sleep — The Sleigh-Ride — Slumber Song — A song for Sailors and Soldiers — A song of Bread — Song of Praise — A Song of Ships — Song of the Sea-gull — The Sparrow’s Nest — The Strawberry Girl — Sunset in the City — The Swallows — Swing Song — The Tall Clock — Thanksgiving Day — Tirra-lirra-lirra — Tremp’ton pain, Marie — The Trolley Ride — Valentines — Washington’s Birthday — What Child is this? — When Fields are White — Where are you going to? — Who are you? — The Wild Rose — The Wind — The Wind and the Shadows — Winter — Winter, Good-bye! — Winter’s Past —


1916_One hundred English folksongs_Cecil Sharp

Ballads:
— Henry Martin  — Bruton Town  — The Knight And The Shepherd’s Daughter — Tobin Hood And The Tanner — The Waggle Taggle Gipsie, O! — Lord Bateman — Little Sir Hugh — Geordie — Lady Maisry — The Outlandish Knight — The Coasts Of High Barbary — The Cruel Mother — The Golden Vanity — Lord Thomas Of Winesberry — The Green Wedding — The Briery Bush — Lord Rental — Blow Away The Morning Dew — The Two Magicians — The Duke Of Bedford — Death And The Lady — The Low, Low Lands Of Holland — The Unquiet Grave, Or Cold Blows The Wind — The Trees They Grow High — Lord Lovel — False Lamkin — Lord Thomas And Fair Ellinor — The Death Of Queen Jane

Songs :

Farewell, Nancy — Sweet Kitty — The Crystal Spring — The Seeds Of Love — The Sprig Of Thyme — The Cuckoo — Blackbirds And Trushes — The Drowned Lover — The Sign Of The Bonny Blue Bell — O Waly, Waly — Green Bushes — Bedlam — The Bold Fisherman — The Rambling Sailor — Dabbling In The Dew — The Saucy Sailor — Fanny Blair — Arise, Arise — Searching For Lambs — Green Broom — The Bonny Lighter-Boy — The Sweet Primeroses — My Bonny, Bonny Boy — As I Walked Through The Meadows (First Version) — As I Walked Through The Meadows (Second Version) — Erin’s Lovely Home — The True Lover’s Farewell — High Germany — Sweet Lovely Joan — My Boy Willie — Whistle, Daughter, Whistle — Mowing The Barley — I’M Seventeen Come Sunday — The Lark In The Morn — Hares On The Mountains — O Sally, My Dear — Gently, Johnny, My Jingalo — The Key Of Canterbury — My Man John  — O No, John! — The Brisk Young Bachelor — Ruggleton’s Daughter Of Iero — William Taylor — Sweet William — The Watchet Sailor — Scarborough Fair — Brimbledon Fair, Or Young Ramble-Away — Bridwater Fair — The Crabfish — The Beggar — The Keeper — The Three Sons — Jack Hall — Driving Away At The Smoothing Iron — The Robber — John Barleycorn — Poor Old Horse — Botany Bay — Admiral Benbow — Bold Nelson’s Praise — Spanish Ladies — The Ship In The Distress — Come All You Worthy Christian Men — Wassail Song — It’s A Rosebub In June — A Brisk Young Sailor — The Sheep-Shearing

Accumulative :

The Twelve Days Of Christmas — The Ten Commandments — The Barley’Mw One Man Shall Mow My Meadow —


1917_English folk songs from the southern Appalachians_Campbell_Sharp

Ballads :
The false Knight upon the road P 1 – Lady Isabel and the elf knight p 3 – Earl brand P 9 – The two sisters P 16 – The cruel brother P 20 – Lord RandalP 22 – Edward P 26 – Sir Lionel P 28 – The Cruel mother P 29 – The three ravens P 32 – The two brothers P 33 – Young Beichan P 38 – The cherry- tree carol P 43 – Fair Annie P 45 – Young hunting P47 – Lord Thomas and fair Ellinor P 55 – Fair Margaret and sweet William P 62 – Lord Lovel P 71 – The wife of Usher’s Well P 73 – Little Musgrave and lady Barnard P 78 – Barbara Allen P 90 – Giles Collins P 100 – Lamkin P 104 – The maid freed from the Gallows P 106 – Johnie Scot P 109 – Sir Hugh P 111 – The Gypsye Laddie P 112 – Geordie P 117 – The Daemon Lover P 119 – The grey cock P 128 – The suffolk miracle P 130  – Our goodman P 134 – The wife wrapt in Wether’s skin P 137 – The farmer’s Curst wife P 139 – The golden vanity P 142 – The brown girl P 145 – The trooper and the maid P 149 – In seaport town P 151 – The cruel ship’s carpenter P 154 – Shooting of his dear P 159 – The lady and the dragoon P 161 – The boatsman and the chest P 163 – The holly twig P 165 – Polly Oliver P 167 – The rich old lady P 168 – Edwin in the Lowlands Lowlands Low P 169 – Awake! awake P 173 – The green bed P 176  – The simple Ploughboy P 178 – The three butchers P 179 – William Taylor P 181 – The golden glove P 182  – Pretty Nancy of Yarmouth P 184 – The silk merchat’s daughter P 186 – Jack went a-sailing P 189

Songs :
The rejected lover P 197 – the lovers’ lament  P 200 – The dear companion P 204 – The Rocky mountain top P 205 – The Warfaire is raging  P 206 – The true lover’s farewell P 208 – Katie Morey P 211 – Rain and snow P 214 – The wagoner’s Lad P 215 – Come all you fair and tender ladies P 220 – Ibby Damsel P 223 – Handsome Sally P 224 – Williman and Polly P 225 – Hick’s farewell P 227 – Poor Omie P 228 – The virgina lover P 231 – Early, early in the spring P 232 – Married and single life P 235 – Betsy P 236 – If you want to go A-courting  P 238 – Pretty Saro P 239 – My dearest dear P 242 – I’m going to Georgia P 243 – Harry Gray P 244 – Locks and Bolts P 245 – William and Nancy P 248 – George Reilly P 249 – Johnny Doyle P 251 – Lazarus P 253 – Black is the colour P 255 – the single girl P 256 – John Hardy P 257 – Betty Anne P 259 – My boy Billie P 260 – Soldier, won’t you Marry me? P 262 – Swannanoa town P 263 – The keys of Heaven P 264 – Putman’s hill P 268 – The false young man P 269 – Pretty Peggy O P 274 – My parents treated me tenderly P 276 – The sheffield Apprentice P 278 – The broken token P 281 – Wild Bill Jones P 284 – The shoemaker P 285 – The brisk young lover P 286 – Seven long years P 288 – Come all you young and Handsome girls P 289 – Loving Reilly P 290 – The awful wedding P 292 – Sweet William P 293 – Good morning, my pretty little miss P 296 – My mother bid me P 298 – The ten commandments P 300 – the tree in the wood P 302 –

Nursery songs:
The farmyard  P 307 – The drummer and his wife  P 308 – The bird song  P  310 – Sourwood mountain  P  312 – The foolish boy  P 313 – Harm link  P 314 – Sing said the mother  P 315 – I whipped my horse  P 316 – A frog he went A-courting  P 317 – The frog in the well  P  319 – The carrion crow  P 320 – The old grey mare  P 321 –


1952 1962_Franck C Brown Collection_Folklore Of North Carolina_Vol IV

I – THE OLDER BALLADS – MOSTLY BRITISH
The Elfin Knight — Lady Isabel and the Elf-Knight — Earl Brand — The Twa Sisters — The Cruel Brother — Lord Randal — Edward — Captain Wedderburn’s Courtship — Young Beichan — Sir Patrick Spens — Child Waters — Young Hunting — Lord Thomas and Fair Annet — Fair Margaret and Sweet William — Lord Lovel — The Lass of Roch Royal — Sweet William’s Ghost — The Wife of Usher’s Well — Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard — Bonny Barbara Allan — Lady Alice — Lambkin — The Maid Freed From The Gallows — Robin Hood Rescuing Three Squires — Sir Hugh or The Jew’s Daughter — The Bonny Earl of Murray — The Gyspy Laddie — Geordie — James Harris (The Daemon Lover)  — The Suffolk Miracle — Our goodman — Get Up and Bar The door — the Wife Wrapt in Wether’s Skin — The Farmer’s Curst Wife — The Crafty Farmer — The Sweet Trinity (The golden Vanity) — The Mermaid — Trooper and Maid — The Dilly song — The Twelve Blessings of Mary — The Twelve days of Christmas — I saw Three Ships come Sailing in — Dives and Lazarus I — The Romish Lady — Nancy of Yarmouth — The Bramble Briar — The Gosport Tragedy — The Lexington Murder — On the Banks of the Ohio — Rose Connally — The Lancaster Maid — The Drowsy Sleeper — The Silver Dagger — Molly Bawn — Mary of the Wild Moor — Younf Edwin in the Lowlands Lowlands — The Trhee Butchers — The Butcher Boy — The Lover’s Lament — Locks and Bolts — New River Shore — The Soldier’s Wooing — Early, Early in the Spring — Charming Beauty Bright — The Glove — A Brave Irish Lady — Servant Man — A pretty Fair Maid Down in the Garden — John Reilley — Johnny German — The Dark-Eyed Sailor — Lovely Susan — Polly Oliver — Jack Munro — The girl Volonteer — Charming Nancy — The Sailor Boy — Scarboro Sand (Robin Hood side)  — William Taylor — Green beds — Poor Jack — Little Mohea / Little Mohee — The faithful Sailor Boy — The Sailor’s Bride — Barney McCoy — Poor Parker — High Barbary — The Lorena Bold Crew — The Sheffied Apprentice — The Rambling Boy — Caroline of Edinburgh Town — William Riley — Sweet William and Nancy — The Irish Girl — Three Leaves of Shamrock — Skew Ball — Annie Lee — The Girl I left Begind me — The Isle of St Helena — The Orphan Girl — The Blind Girl — Two little Children — The Soldier’s Poor little boy — Fond affection — You are false, but I’ll Forgive You — We have Met and We have Parted — Broken Ties — They were Standing by the Window — Parting Words — Don’t Forget me Little Darling — the Ripest apple — My Little dear, so fare you well — The Homesick Boy — The Derby Ram — The Miller and his three sons — The Old Dyer — Johnny Sands — The Old woman’s Blind Husband — The Dumb Wife — The Holly Twig — Nobody coming to Marry me — Whistle, Daughter, Whistle — Hard of Hearing — The Three Rogues — The Burglar Man — Billy Grimes the Drover — Grandma’s Advice — Common Bill  — Swapping songs — Dog and Gun — Kitty Clyde — Father, father, I am Married — The Scolding Wife — The Little Black Mustache — No Sign of a Marriage — Wilkins and his Dinah

II NATIVE AMERICAN BALLADS
Springfield Mountain — Young Charlotte — The Ore Knob — Floyd Collins — The Ship That never returned — the Wreck of the Old Ninety-Seven — paul Jones — James Bird — The dying soldier to his Mother — The last Fierce Charge — Kingdom Coming — the Texas Ranger — The Battleship Maine — that Bloody war — Strange Things Wuz Happening — The Boston Burglar — Jesse James — John Hardy — Kenny Wagner’s Surrender — Claud Allen — Brady — Charles Guiteau — Florella (The Jealous Lover) — Frankie and Albert — Little Mary Phagan — Joe Bowers — Sweet Jane — The unfortunate Rake — Great Grandad — Bill Miller’s trip to the west — John Henry — The Fatal Wedding — The Little Rosewood Casket — Jack and Joe — They say It is sinful to Flirt — the little white rose

III NORTH CAROLINA BALLADS
Regulator song, Says Frohock to Fanning — As I went Down to New Bern — Man Killed by Falling from a horse — the Florence C. McGee — The Titannic — The Hamlet Wreck — Edward Lewis — Manley Pankey — Emma Hartsell — Poor Naomi (Omie Wise)  — Frankie Silver — The Murder of Laura Foster — Tom Dula — Ellen Smith — Nellie Cropsey — Lillie Shaw — Shu Lady

IV ADDITIONAL BALLADS
Cock Robin — Child Riddles — The Dying Nun — The Dying gir’s message — Ella’s grave — Dear Nell — Dear Annie : I left My Love in England — The Bold Privateer — The Banks of Sweet Dundee — Dublin Bay — The Origin of Ireland — Devilish Mary — He Courted her in the Month of June — The Skeptic’s Daughter — Lord Ullin’s Daughter — William Hall — Jimmy Caldwell — Michael Roy — Jack O’Hazeldean — The Pennsylvania Boy — The Range of the Buffalo — When I was a little boy, I lived at Market Square — Zolgotz — Story of Mine Cave-In; Shirley and Smith — The F.F.V. The Wreck of N°4 — The Wreck of Old Number Nine —


1952 1962_Franck C Brown Collection_Folklore Of North Carolina_Vol V

I COURTING SONGS
A paper of Pins — Madam, will you walk? — The Courting Cage — Soldier, Soldier, Won’t You Marry — The old Man’s Courship — When I was a Young girl — Madam, I have gold and Silver — One Morning in May — No, Sir — I Wouldn’t Marry — when I was Single

II DRINK AND GAMBLING SONGS
The Drunkard’s hell — The Drunkard’s Doom — The Drunkard’s Lone Child — Be Home Early — I Wish I wad a Single girl Again — Saven Long Years I’ve been Married — I’m alone, all alone — Old rosin the Beau — Little Brown jug — I’ll never Get Drunk any more — Show Me the Way to go Home, Babe — Pickle My bones in Alcohol — Just Kick the dust Over My Coffin — The Hidden Still — A little More cider too — Sucking Cider Through a Straw — The Journayman — Jack of Diamonds — Shoot Your Dice and Have Your Fun

III HOMILETIC SONGS
When Adam Was Created — Who is My Neighbor? — The Wicked Girl — Advice to Sinners
IV PLAY-PARTY AND DANCE SONGS
Weevily Wheat — Jennie Jenkins — Oh, Pretty Polly — The Needle’s Eye — The Miller Boy — In And Out The Window — Coffee Grows On White Oak Trees — Pig In The Parlor — Buffalo Gals — Old Dan Tucker — Captain Jinks — Hop Light, Ladies — Old Joe Clark — The Farmer’s Boy — Sally Goodin — Doctor Jones — She Loves Coffee And I Love Tea — I Do Love Sugar In My Coffee O — Turkey In The Straw — The Dolly-Play Song — Oh, Lovely, Come This Way — The Duke Of York — Darling, You Can’T Love But One — Page’s Train Runs So Fast — Turkey Buzzard — Too Young To Marry — Poor Little Kitty Puss — Fare You Well, My Own True Love — Wish I Had A Needle And Thread

V LULLABIES AND NURSERY RHYMES
Bye Baby Bunting — Kitty Alone — Hush-a Bye, don’t You Cry — Go to Sleep, My little Pickaninny — Poor little Lamb Cries « Mammy! » — The Frog’s Courtship — Kitchie Ki-Me-O — Billy boy — Oh, Dear What can the matter be? — Taffy was a Welshman — Barnyard song — McDonald’s Farm — Go Tell Aunt Patsy — The Fox and The Goose — The Old Woman and her Pig — Bobby Shaftoe — The Pretty Pear tree — There’s A Hole in the Bottom of the Sea — John Brown had A Little injun — Bingo — The Vowels — Old Woman all Skin and Bones — Whistling Girls and Crowing Hens — How I love the Old Black Cat — The Cobbler — Scotland’s Burning — Steam Ship

VI- JINGLES ABOUT ANIMALS
Birds Courting — Said the Blackbird to the Crow — Chicken in the Bread Tray — Possum Up a ‘Simmon Tree — De Raccoon Am a Cunning Thing — The Raccoon Has a Bushy Tail — Old Molly Jare (Mr. Rabbit) — The Weasel and the Rat — Mole in the Ground — The Old grey Mare — The Old Sow — The animal Fair — Lulu — Way Down Yonder in Pasquotank — Two Little Fleas

VII WORK SONGS
Old Bob Ridley — Sheep Shell Corn By the Rattle of His Horn — the Old Turkey Hen — Run, Sallie, My Gal — Sally, Molly, Polly — Pickin’ Out Cotton — The Humble Farmer — The man who Wouldn’t hoe his corn — The wild ashe deer — The Ground Hog — I’ll Fire Dis Trip — Whip Jamboree — I have a Father in My native Land — The Heathen Chinese — Working on the Railroad — Reuben’s train — A souther Jack — I been a miner — Some of These days, and it won’t be long — I Aint’ A-Gonna Work a No Mo’ — Roll Down Dam Bales O’Cotton — I Wish My captain would go Blind — Run Here, Doctor, Run Here Quick

VIII FOLK LYRIC
The Inconstant Lover — The Turtle-Dove — The Wagoner’s Lad — Sourwoood Mountain — Pretty Saro — Old Smoky — Little Sparrow — Kitty Kline — All round the Mountain, Charming Betsy — The False True Lover — I’ll Hang My Harp on a Willow Tree — Red River Valley — The pale wildwood Flower — The Weeping Willow — I’m tired of Living Alone — Will You Love me When I’m old — Somebody — You, You, You — Cold Mountains — My Home’s Across the smoky Mountains — Red, White, and Blue — Down in the Valley (Birmingham Jail) — In the Pines, Where the sun never shines — Bonnie Blue Eyes — The Midnight dew — Fly around, My Blue-Eyed Girl — Billy My Darling — Troubled in Mind — Lonesome Road — Sweet Birds — I Wish that Girl Was Mine — Cripple  Creek — High Topped Shoes — Who’s Gonna Love you, Honey? — Like and Owl in the desert — The lonesome Dove — I love Little Willie, I do, Mamma — Poor Married Man — The Black-Eyed Daisy — Black-eyed Susie — A housekeeper’s Tragedy — Kissing song — My mammy don’t love me — My Mammy told me — The Garden Gate — Susy Gal — Josephus and Bohunkus — Leather Breeches — Kindling Wood — River’s up and Stil A-Rising

IX SATIRICAL SONGS
The Carolina Crew — Cumberland Gap — Arkansas Traveler (II) — Twenty (Forty, Sixty) Years Ago — When Young Men Go Courting — Johnson Boys — the Wood Hauler — Walk in the Parlor — Preacher in the Pulpit — Jonah and the Whale — Jesus Lover of My soul — Lord, I never Will Come back here No Mo’ —
X SONGS OF PRISONERS AND TRAMPS
The Prisoner’s Song — Seven Long Years — Tale Of A Tramp — The Dying Hobo

XI MARTIAL, POLITICAL, AND PATRIOTIC SONGS
The Jolly Soldier — Then We’ll Have A New Convention — Roog Hog Or Die — The Southern Wagon — Ted, White, And Red — The Soldier’s Farewell — Early One Morning In The Month Of July — Pretty Peggy — Never Mind Your Knapsack — Bushwhacker’s Song — Sorghum Molasses — When This Cruel War Is Over — The Good Old Rebel — Brother Green — He Never Came Back — Goodbye, My Blue Bell — The Sweet Sunny South — Blue Ridge Mountain Blues

XII BLACKFACE MINSTREL AND NEGRO SECULAR SONGS
Cindy — Dearest Mae — Massa Had A Yaller Gal — Oh, Susanna! — Nancy Till — Miss Julie Ann Glover — Kitty Wells — Ella Rhee — Clare De Kitchen — Lynchburg Town — Uncle Ned — Way Down On The Old Pedee — Some Folks Say That A Nigger Won’t Steal — The Preachrer And The Bear — I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago — Have A Little Banjo Beating — The Travelling Coon — The Voodoo Man — Ain’t Gonna Rain No More — Boil Them Cabbage Down — Broder Eton Got De Coon — The Dummy Line — Eliza Jane (II) — Everybody’s Gal Is My Gal — I’m Going Down The Road Feeling Bad — I’D  Rather Be Dead — If You Meet A Woman In The Morning — If You Don’t Believe I’m Sinking — I Got A Girl — I’m Gwine Away To Georgia — The Yaller Gal — I Went Down To My Gul’s House Las’ Night — Oh, Dat Watermilion — Run, Nigger, Run — Sally Went To Preachin’ — Saturday Night And Sunday Too — She’ll Be Coming ‘Roud The Mountain — Short’Nin’Bread — Sing Polly Wolly Doodle — Stick My Head In A Paper Sack — Phat’s Where My Money Goes — There Was A Watermelon — Train… Run So Fast — Two Little Niggers Black As Tar — Way Down Yonder On Cedar Street — What You Gwina Do When De World’s On Fire? — Guinea Negro Song — Cold Frosty Morning — Hung My Bucket On De White Folk’s Fence — White Gal, Yaller Gal, Black Gal  — You Shall Be Free  — Sugar Babe — Shady Grove — Old Aunt Dinah — Rain Come Wet Me — Railroad Dinah Gal  — Jinger Blue  — May In The Kitchen — I’Ve Been To The ‘Bama And I Just Got Back — Raise A Ruckus Tonight — Georgia Buck — Went Down Town — Standin’ On De Street Doin’ No Harm — A Thirty-Two Special A Forty-Four Frame — I Got De Hezotationn Stockings And De Hezotaion Shoes — Share ‘Em — Johnson’s Mule — The Kicking Mule

XIII RELIGIOUS SONGS
Some Of These Days — Long White Robe — Creation  — Daniel In The Lion’s Den — Dark Was The Night — Don’t You Grieve After Me — The Gospel Train — Hicks’ Farewell — In The Valley — Jacob’s Ladder — Jesus Borin In Bethlehem — John Saw The Holy Number — Hohn Saw De Hundred And Forty-Four Thousand — Johnny Was A Baptist — The Lone Pilgrim — Mary Wore Three Links Of Chain — Pharaoh’s Army — Rock Of Ages — Ain’s Gonna Worry My Lord No More — All God’s Chillun Got Shoes — All My Sins Been Taken Away — Angels Roll Dem Stones Away — As I Went Down In The Valeey To Pray — Babe Of Bethlehem — Baptist, Baptist Is My Name — Cain And Abel — Can’t Cross Jordan — Christ Was A Weary Traveler — Come, Thou Fount Of Every Blessing  — Didn’t It Rain? — Down By De Ribberside — Going To Heaven By The Light Of The Moon — Fo Down, Moses — Golden Slippers — Good News – Chariot’s Comin’ — Gwine Down Jordan — Hear That Rumbling — Heaven Is A Beautiful Place — I Am Bound For The Promised Land — I Don’t Love Old Satan — I Do Wonder Is My Mother On That Train — I Have Long Since Been Learned — I Am Standing In The Shoes Of John — I’m Goin’ To Ride In Pharaoh’s Chariot — Indian Song : Ah, Pore Sinner — I Wanter Jine De Ban’ — I Was Once In A Dark And Lonesome Valley — I Wonder As I Wander — John, He Baptized Jesus — John Jasper — Lily White Robe — Little David, Play On Your Harp — The Little Family — Moses Smothe The Waters — And Must I Be To Judgment Brought? — The New Buryng Ground — No Hidin’ Place — The Old Ship Of Zion — Old Satan’s Mad — Our Fathers, They’ll Be There — Poor Old Lazarus — Roll, Jordan, Roll — Rough, Rocky Road — Shout Along And Pray Along — Somebody’s Knocking At Your Door — Soon As My Foot Struck Zion — Standing In The Need Of Prayer — That Old-Time Religion — There’s A Little Wheel A-Turning — Tree In Paradise — We Are Marching On — We’ll Sail Away To Heaven — Where My Lord Went To Pray — Cherokee Man

XIV ADDITIONAL SONGS
I Wonder Where’s The Gambling Man  — Old Scotch Drinking Song — Scottish Drinking Song — Come All Ye Young Ladies — The Drunkard’s Home — I Have No Mother Now — I Have No Mother Now — I Have No Mother Now — Morality — The Old Armchair — Woodman, Spare That Tree — Chewing Gum Song — Mississippi Lawyer — Negro Song  — Sally Ann — Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star — Lullaby — Mr. Bull Frog — Ridin’ Of A Goat, Leadin’ Of A Sheep — Trip, Play-Mo-Blay — What Makes The Wild Cat Wild — The Keeper — Venison — Away On A Hill — Childhood Days — Enoch Arden — Essie Dear — Sweet Evelina — Faithful Friend — Flitting Away — Goodbye — Goodbye John — I’ll Be All Smiles Tonight — I’ll Give You My Love — I Loved You Better Than You Know — In The Shadow Of The Pines — In The Shadow Of The Pines — I Want To Be Somebody’s Darling — Just Give Him One More As He Goes — Leap Frog John — The Letter That Never Came — Little Bunch Of Roses — The Little Logwood Cabin — The Little Log Cabin In The Lane — Lula Falls — Lula Wall — Many Miles Apart — Maple On The Hill — Mary, Weep No More For Me — Molly Darling — Molly Darling — My Hair Was Black As Ribbon — My Pretty Quadroon — Old And Gray — The Old Steptone — Over The Garden Well — Pressty Bessy — Riding In A Sleigh — Posalie, The Prairie Flower — Sadie Ray — Sadie Ray — Seven Long Years — Sparking On A Sunday Night — Standing By The Old Cabin Door — Standing By The Old Garden Gate — The Stars Shine Bright — Sunny Tennessee — Sweet Bunch Of Daisies — Sweet Forget-Me-Not — Sweet Long Ago — Singing In The Lane — Surely I Can Do — Hole In The Bucket — Hop Along — I Don’t Let The Girls Worry My Mind — Snuff Box — Behind Those Walls Of Gray — Rainbow Division — When I Am Far Away — Coonshine — Dis Morning — Down At Widow Johnson’s — Gwine ‘Round Dis Moutain — Hikin’ Down De Main Line — Honey Babe — How I Love Them Pretty Yellow Gals — Hump-Back Mule — I’m Going Down The Mobile Line — I’m Going Home — I’se A-Running — Mike And Jerry — The Nigger And The Bee  — Oh! I Had A Good Woman — Old Folks Better Up And Git To Bed — Such A Gittin’ Up-Stairs — Yonder Come A Yaller Gal  — Blow Gabriel — Drunkard’s Dream — Dry Bones — Gime Oil In My Lamp — Got To Cross Jordan — O Bear Me Away On Your Snowy White Wing — Oh, Where Shall I Be? — The Road Is Rocky — Star In The East — Storm Bird — Tell My Mother — There’s A Place Prepared — Thorny Desert — Was You There When They Cricified Jesus? — The Watchman’s Call — Way Back In Heaven — Wayfaring Stranger — When In Death I Calmly Recline — Wondrous Love — A Plea For Mercy — Hell Broke Lose In Georgia — Goodbye To The Cracking Of The Pistols — Jimmie Suttonton — Blow The Man Down — Hanging Johnnie — Haul Away, Joe — Hullaballo Balay — Lanky, Lucy, Lister — What Shal We Do With A Drunken Sailor? — When Johnnie Comes Down To Hilo — Whiskey Johnny — No Title

CHILDREN’S GAMES AND RHYMES
Yankee Soldier — Jennies Jones — Old Witch — Lazy Mary — Lady In The Dinning Room — Green Gravel — Twelve Days Of Christman — Miss Susanna Jane — Chase The Squirrel — When I Was A Young Girl — Green Trees Bending — Oats And Beans And Barley — Ranchy, Tanchy, Teen — Hog Drovers — Skip To My Lou — Weevily Wheat — Nuts In May — The Jolly Miller — King William Was King James’s Son — King William Was King George’s Son — Marching To Quebec — Marching Round The Levee — Quaker Courtship — Green Leaves — It Rains And It Hails — Rig-A-Jig — Little Sally Waters — Go Round The Mountain — Little Sissy — London Bridge — Draw A Bucket Of Water — Frog In The Middle — Farmer In The Dell — Ring Around The Rosy — Bingo — Going Down The Raildroad — Looby Loo — Happy Land — Oh , Dear Doctor — Nigger, Nigger Never Die — Baa, Baa, Black Sheep — Old Raccoon — Granny, Will Your Dog Bite? — A Parody — Rain Come Wet Me — Run, Nigger, Runn — Go Tell Aunt Rhoda — All Around The Ring  — Flute Song — Here We Go In A Ring — Mary’s Mad — Miss Lucy — Peas In The Pot, Hoe Cake A-Bakin’ — Roll — Steal Away — Shoe-My Love — Tooney O — True Love — Wind That Ball — Yes, Ma’Am

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