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"Flag of the Free", No. 2: 125 Best Songs : National Songs, Home Songs, Heart Songs, Sacred Songs, Christmas Songs, Nursery Songs--for Lovers of Melody Everywhere

Format
Musical Score; Online
Published
Lancaster, Pa. : J.P. McCaskey, c1904.
Language
English
Related Title
Songs of the million.
Contents
  • A hundred years to come
  • A charge to keep I have
  • A spring song
  • Abide with me
  • All among the barley
  • The alpine horn
  • Amid the greenwood smiling
  • Andreas Hofer : folksong
  • Angelic songs are swelling
  • Angry words
  • Auld lang syne
  • Aunt Jemima's plaster
  • Autumn leaves
  • Away with melancholy
  • Ben bolt
  • Birds are in the woodland
  • Blest be the tie that binds
  • Blossom time
  • Blue Alsatian mountains
  • Blushing maple tree
  • The brave old oak
  • Bright rosy morning
  • Buttercup test
  • Buy my strawberries
  • Call John
  • Calm was the night
  • The Campbells are coming
  • Child's hymn
  • Chime again, beautiful bells
  • Christ was born on Christmas day
  • Christmas time is come again
  • Clang of the wooden shoon
  • Columbia, gem of the ocean
  • Come, cheerful companions
  • The corn song
  • Cradle hymn : Hush, my babe
  • Cradle song of soldier's wife
  • The cuckoo
  • Dip, boys, dip the oar
  • Ellen Bayne
  • Eulalie
  • Fair as the morning
  • Father Joe
  • Flag of our Union forever
  • Flag of the free
  • The foot-traveler
  • Forever and forever
  • Geography song
  • Good night
  • Good ship "Three Bells"
  • The gum tree canoe
  • Hail Columbia, new
  • Happy land
  • Hark! I head an angel sing
  • Herdsman's mountain home
  • Hobby horse
  • Holy night
  • Home again
  • Home of the soul
  • Home sweet home
  • I know a bank
  • In merry chorus
  • Innisfail
  • Joy to the world
  • Kathleen
  • Killarney
  • Lead, kindly light
  • Life let us cherish
  • Little boy blue
  • Little cherry blossom
  • Little drops of water
  • long, long ago
  • The mellow horn
  • Melodies of many lands
  • The mountain bugle
  • Mountain maid's invitation
  • My country, 'tis of thee
  • Ninety and nine
  • Oh, what is the matter with Robin?
  • Old Black Joe
  • Old cottage clock
  • Old hundred
  • Once I saw a sweet briar rose
  • One by one the sands are flowing
  • The one song
  • Over the summer sea
  • Peace on earth
  • Playtime songs : Jennie Jones, etc.
  • Playtime songs : What care we?, etc.
  • Pleasure climbs to every mountain
  • Pretty pear tree
  • Remember thy creator now
  • Rock me to sleep, mother
  • Safely through another week
  • See-saw waltz song
  • Shells of ocean
  • Silent night
  • Silently falling snow
  • Silver chimes
  • Sing glad songs for him
  • Slave songs : Keep me from sinking down ; Lily of the valley ; Many thousand gone
  • Sleep, gentle mother
  • The slumber song
  • Sparkling and bright
  • Speed away
  • Spring time once again
  • Star spangled banner
  • Stars trembling o'er us
  • Steal away
  • Summer days are coming
  • Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go
  • "Three bells"
  • Three cheers for the olden time
  • Three kings of Orient
  • Trancadillo
  • Try, try again
  • The vacant chair
  • The vesper hymn
  • Wake, wake the morning
  • Weep for the fallen
  • Welcome to morning
  • What I love and hate, John Brown
  • When roses bloom
  • When up the mountain climbing
  • "Who hath woe?"
  • Why do summer roses fade?
  • The world is full of beauty
  • You never miss the water
  • Your mission.
Description
1 close score (104 p.) : ill. ; 25 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
  • At head of title: Songs of the million.
  • Cover title.
  • In part the songs are accompanied by brief historical notes.
  • Don Yoder Collection of American Hymnody.
  • Arranged in four-part harmony for the voice, and for organ, piano or other musical instruments.
  • Words in part printed as text.
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Also available via the World Wide Web.
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    a| A hundred years to come -- A charge to keep I have -- A spring song -- Abide with me -- All among the barley -- The alpine horn -- Amid the greenwood smiling -- Andreas Hofer : folksong -- Angelic songs are swelling -- Angry words -- Auld lang syne -- Aunt Jemima's plaster -- Autumn leaves -- Away with melancholy -- Ben bolt -- Birds are in the woodland -- Blest be the tie that binds -- Blossom time -- Blue Alsatian mountains -- Blushing maple tree -- The brave old oak -- Bright rosy morning -- Buttercup test -- Buy my strawberries -- Call John -- Calm was the night -- The Campbells are coming -- Child's hymn -- Chime again, beautiful bells -- Christ was born on Christmas day -- Christmas time is come again -- Clang of the wooden shoon -- Columbia, gem of the ocean -- Come, cheerful companions -- The corn song -- Cradle hymn : Hush, my babe -- Cradle song of soldier's wife -- The cuckoo -- Dip, boys, dip the oar -- Ellen Bayne -- Eulalie -- Fair as the morning -- Father Joe -- Flag of our Union forever -- Flag of the free -- The foot-traveler -- Forever and forever -- Geography song -- Good night -- Good ship "Three Bells" -- The gum tree canoe -- Hail Columbia, new -- Happy land -- Hark! I head an angel sing -- Herdsman's mountain home -- Hobby horse -- Holy night -- Home again -- Home of the soul -- Home sweet home -- I know a bank -- In merry chorus -- Innisfail -- Joy to the world -- Kathleen -- Killarney -- Lead, kindly light -- Life let us cherish -- Little boy blue -- Little cherry blossom -- Little drops of water -- long, long ago -- The mellow horn -- Melodies of many lands -- The mountain bugle -- Mountain maid's invitation -- My country, 'tis of thee -- Ninety and nine -- Oh, what is the matter with Robin? -- Old Black Joe -- Old cottage clock -- Old hundred -- Once I saw a sweet briar rose -- One by one the sands are flowing -- The one song -- Over the summer sea -- Peace on earth -- Playtime songs : Jennie Jones, etc. -- Playtime songs : What care we?, etc. -- Pleasure climbs to every mountain -- Pretty pear tree -- Remember thy creator now -- Rock me to sleep, mother -- Safely through another week -- See-saw waltz song -- Shells of ocean -- Silent night -- Silently falling snow -- Silver chimes -- Sing glad songs for him -- Slave songs : Keep me from sinking down ; Lily of the valley ; Many thousand gone -- Sleep, gentle mother -- The slumber song -- Sparkling and bright -- Speed away -- Spring time once again -- Star spangled banner -- Stars trembling o'er us -- Steal away -- Summer days are coming -- Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go -- "Three bells" -- Three cheers for the olden time -- Three kings of Orient -- Trancadillo -- Try, try again -- The vacant chair -- The vesper hymn -- Wake, wake the morning -- Weep for the fallen -- Welcome to morning -- What I love and hate, John Brown -- When roses bloom -- When up the mountain climbing -- "Who hath woe?" -- Why do summer roses fade? -- The world is full of beauty -- You never miss the water -- Your mission.
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