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Title The Richard Dyer-Bennet folk song book : 50 songs arranged for voice and guitar / by Richard Dyer-Bennet ; piano arrangements by Harry A. Rubinstein. Illustrations by Rodney Shackell ; [designed by Eve Metz ; music autographed by Maxwell Weaner].

Publication Info. New York : Simon and Schuster, [1971]


Location Call No. Status
 Bristol, Main Library - Non Fiction  784.4 D98    Check Shelf
 Manchester, Main Library - Non Fiction  784.406 Q DYER-BENNET    Check Shelf
 Mansfield, Main Library - Adult Nonfiction  784 DYER-BENNET    Check Shelf
Description 1 score (176 pages) : illustrations ; 29 cm
Bibliography Discography: page 176.
Contents Bailiff's daughter of Islington -- Barbara Allen -- The beggarman -- Blow the candles out -- The bold Fenian men -- Bonnie Dundee -- The bonnie Earl of Morey -- Charlie is my darling -- Cockleshells -- Cock Robin -- Dinah and Villikens -- Down by the sally gardens -- Down in the valley -- Drill, ye tarriers, drill! -- Edward -- Eggs and marrowbone -- Fine flowers in the valley -- The foggy, foggy dew -- The fox and the geese -- Frog went a-courting -- The garden where the praties grow -- Go down, Moses -- The golden vanity -- Greensleeves -- The house carpenter -- I ride an old paint -- The Kerry recruit -- The lady's policy -- The lady who loved a swine -- Lilli burlero -- Little pigs lie in the best of straw -- The lonesome valley -- Lord Rendal -- A May Day carol -- Molly Brannigan -- Oft in the stilly night -- Payday at Coal Creek -- Pull off your old coat -- The Quaker lover -- The rising of the moon -- Spanish is the loving tongue -- The Spanish lady in Dublin City -- The swapping song -- The three ra'ens -- The Turkish revery -- Two maidens went milking one day -- The vicar of Bray -- Waltzing Matilda -- Westryn wynde -- Willie Taylor.
Subject Folk songs.
Added Author Dyer-Bennet, Richard. Composer.
Rubinstein, Harry A., arranger.
Shackell, Rodney, illustrator.
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