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Roll and go : songs of American sailormen compiled by Joanna C. Colcord, with introduction by Lincoln Colcord

Catalog Data

Colcord, Joanna C (Joanna Carver) 1882-1960  Search this
Writer of introduction:
Colcord, Lincoln 1883-1947  Search this
Bobbs-Merrill Company  Search this
Braunworth & Co  Search this
Physical description:
1 score (12 preliminary leaves, 118 pages) frontispiece, plates 25 cm
Sea songs
Contains music
Printer from verso of title page
NMAHMAIN copy 39088001596105 has stamp on title page: Smithsonian Libraries, Jul. 2, 1974
NMAHMAIN copy has the publisher's orange cloth binding with printed paper cover title
Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- The illustrations -- List of illustrations -- "Johnny Parrot" (verse by Bill Adams) -- Foreword -- Short-drag shanties: Boney (John Franswor) -- Haul away Joe -- Haul on the bowline -- Paddy Doyle -- Johnny Boker. -- Halyard shanties: Whiskey Johnny -- Blow, boys, blow -- The Black Ball Line -- Blow the man down (1) -- Blow the man down (2) -- Blow the man down (3) -- Juley -- Sing Sally O -- Liza Lee -- Shallo Brown -- Goodbye, my love, goodbye -- Roll the cotton down -- Lower the boat down -- Poor old man (The old horse; The dead horse shanty) -- Run with the bullgine -- Alabama -- A long time ago -- A hundred years on the eastern shore -- Huckleberry hunting -- Reuben Ranzo -- Tom's gone to Hilo -- Hanging Johnny -- So handy -- Cheer'ly man -- The drunken sailor (Early in the morning). -- Windlass or capstan shanties: Sally Brown -- Shenandoah (The wide Missouri) -- Santy Anna (Plains of Mexico) -- Rio Grande -- A-roving (Maid of Amsterdam) -- Stormalong (Old stormy) -- Rolling king (South Australia) -- Heave away (We're all bound to go) -- Slav ho -- Clear the track -- Lowlands (1) -- Lowlands (2) -- Johnny come down to Hilo -- John Cherokee -- The Hog eye man -- Sacramento (Banks of Sacramento; Doo-da-day) -- Paddy works on the railway -- Can't you dance the polka -- O you santy -- Goodbye, fare you well (Homeward bound) -- One more day -- Fire down below -- Mobile Bay -- Across the western ocean -- Leave her, Johnny (Time for us to leave her). -- Forecastle songs: The stately southerner (The Yankee Man-of-War; The ranger) -- Ye parliament of England -- The Constitution and Guerrì€ere -- The Jamestown homeward bound -- Derby Ram (The Ram of Derby; The old tup) -- Captain Kidd -- The flying cloud -- Greenland fishery (The whale) -- High barbaree -- The golden vanity (Lowlands low) -- Andrew Rose (Captain Rodgers' cruelty) -- Ten thousand miles away -- Her bright smile -- Home, dearie, home -- Boston -- The deadnaught -- The banks of Newfoundland -- The Shenandoah -- The girls around Cape Horn -- The Dom Pedro -- Sindbad -- In de mornin' -- Rocks in de mountens -- The Boston come-all-ye (The fishes) -- There she blows -- Blow, ye winds -- Coast of Peru -- 'Twas a love of adventure -- Rolling down to old Maui -- The cruise of the Bigler -- The Persia's crew -- Rules of the road -- Chanteys (Harry Kemp) -- List of songs
Sea songs  Search this
Call number:
ML3780 .C6X
Data Source:
Smithsonian Libraries