The Resource The songs of England : a collection of 200 English melodies, including the most popular traditional ditties, and the principal songs and ballads of the last three centuries, edited, with new symphonies and accompaniments, by J.L. Hatton

The songs of England : a collection of 200 English melodies, including the most popular traditional ditties, and the principal songs and ballads of the last three centuries, edited, with new symphonies and accompaniments, by J.L. Hatton

Label
The songs of England : a collection of 200 English melodies, including the most popular traditional ditties, and the principal songs and ballads of the last three centuries
Title
The songs of England
Title remainder
a collection of 200 English melodies, including the most popular traditional ditties, and the principal songs and ballads of the last three centuries
Statement of responsibility
edited, with new symphonies and accompaniments, by J.L. Hatton
Creator
Compiler
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Accompanying matter
libretto or text
Action
digitized
Cataloging source
OCLCE
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1809-1886
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Hatton, John Liptrot
Dewey number
783.442
Form of composition
songs
Format of music
full score
LC call number
M1619
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Songs, English
  • Songs, English
Label
The songs of England : a collection of 200 English melodies, including the most popular traditional ditties, and the principal songs and ballads of the last three centuries, edited, with new symphonies and accompaniments, by J.L. Hatton
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • A hunting we will go -- Alice Gray -- All in the downs -- Anchorsmiths -- Anchor's weigh'd --Arethusa -- Arrow and the song -- A thousand a year -- Away to the mountain's brow -- Baliff's daughter of Islington -- Banks of Allan Water -- Barbara Allen -- Bay of Biscay -- Begone! dull care -- Bid me discourse -- Blow high, blow low -- Blow, blow, thouh winter wind -- British Grenadiers -- Cease your funning -- Cherry ripe -- Come, lasses and lads -- Dashing White Sergeant -- Death of Nelson --Deep, deep sea -- Deserter's meditation -- Down among the dead men -- Drink to me only -- Early one morning -- Farewell -- Flow, thou regal purple stream -- Gaily the Troubadour -- Girl I left behind me -- Hearts of oak -- Heaving of the lead -- Here's to the maiden of bashful fifteen -- Home, sweet home -- Hope told a flattering tale -- I am a friar of orders grey -- I attempt from love's sickness to fly -- I lock'd up all my treasure -- It was a lover and his lass -- I've been roaming -- Jockey to the fair -- Jolly young waterman -- Lass of Richmond Hill -- Leather bottle -- Lo! here the gentle lark -- Love has eyes -- Lovely Nan -- Meet me by moonlight -- My lodging is on the cold ground -- Near Woodstock town -- Now Phoebus sinketh in the west -- O, bid your faithful Ariel fly -- Oh! firm as oak -- Oh, no, we never mention her -- O, willow, willow -- Pilgrim of love -- Plough boy -- Pray, Goody -- Pretty mocking bird -- Primroses deck the bank's green side -- Roast beef of old England -- Rocked in the cradle of the deep -- Rule, Britannia -- Safely follow him -- Sailor's journal -- Sally in our alley -- Should he upbraid -- Sigh no more, ladies -- Soldiers tried of war's alarms -- Soldier's tear -- Streamlet that flow'd round -- Tell her I'll love her -- Tell me, Mary, how to woo thee -- Tell, my heart -- Then farewell! my trim-built wherry -- There was a jolly miller -- Thorn -- Tom Bowling -- Three Ravens -- Under the greenwood tree -- Vicar of Bray -- Wapping old stairs -- We all love a pretty girl under the rose -- We met -- 'twas in a crowd -- What whall I do to show how much I love her -- While the lads of the village -- When forced from dear Hebe -- When Vulcan forg'd the bolts of Jove -- Where the bee sucks -- With lowly suit and plaintive ditty -- Woodpecker -- Wolf -- Ye twice ten hundred Deities --
  • All's one to Jack -- All things love thee, so do I -- Amo, Amas, I love a lass -- And has she then fail'd in her truth? -- Banks of the blue Moselle -- Beautiful maid -- Bee proffers honey but bears a sting -- Bird of the wilderness -- Breaking of the day-- Bring me, boy a bowl of wine -- By dimpled brook -- By the gaily circling glass -- Come live with me, and be my love -- Come where the aspens quiver -- Come you not from Newcastle? -- County Guy -- Crabbed age and youth -- Cupid's Garden -- Dulce Domum -- Ere around the huge oak -- Faint and wearily -- Follow, follow over mountain -- Flowing bowl -- Fly away, pretty moth -- Fresh and strong the breeze is bowing -- From Oberon in fairyland -- Garden Gate -- Haste to the wedding -- Heart should be happy and morry -- He loves, and rides away -- He was famed for deeds of arms -- High-mettled Racer -- How stands the glass around? -- Hunt is up -- Huntsman, rest -- I remember, I remeber -- Isle of beauty -- Is there a heart that never lov'd? -- Jack Rattlin -- Julia to the wood-robin -- Just like love is yonder rose -- Kiss, dear maid -- Lass that loves a Sailor -- Let Fame sound the trumpet -- Little love is mischievous boy -- Love me little, love me long -- Love's Ritornella -- Love will find out the way -- May we ne'er want a friend -- MIlking pail -- Minstrel's request -- Mountain Maid -- My boat is on the shore -- My dog and my gun -- My friend and pitcher -- My heart with love is beating-- No more by sorrow -- O give me but my Arab steed -- Old Commodore -- Old Towler -- Oh! 'tis the melody -- On, bye the spur of valour goaded -- Our Country is our Ship -- Philida flouts me -- Poacher -- Poor Jack -- Poor Joe, the marine -- Queen of May -- Rest, warrior, rest -- Rose ha dbeen washed -- Rose of the valley -- Said a smile to a Tear -- Sapling oak -- Since first I saw your face -- Soldier's adieu -- Soldier's dream -- Southerly wind and a cloudy sky -- Stand to your guns -- Storm -- Sun is o'er the mountain -- Sweet day, so cool -- Thine am I, my faithful fair -- Thou soft-flowing Avon -- 'Tis but Fancy's sketch -- Titania's Song -- Tobacco is an Indian weed -- To-morrow -- Tom Starboard -- To the Maypole away -- To the Maypole haste away -- True Courage -- We be three poor Mariners -- Well there is in the West country -- When pensive I thought of my love -- When that I was a little tiny boy -- Who deeply drinks of wine -- Will watch -- Woodman -- Yarico to her lover -- You gentlemen of England
Control code
679479459
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (2 volumes)
Form of item
online
Level of compression
  • lossless
  • lossy
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Reformatting quality
  • preservation
  • access
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)679479459
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Label
The songs of England : a collection of 200 English melodies, including the most popular traditional ditties, and the principal songs and ballads of the last three centuries, edited, with new symphonies and accompaniments, by J.L. Hatton
Publication
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • A hunting we will go -- Alice Gray -- All in the downs -- Anchorsmiths -- Anchor's weigh'd --Arethusa -- Arrow and the song -- A thousand a year -- Away to the mountain's brow -- Baliff's daughter of Islington -- Banks of Allan Water -- Barbara Allen -- Bay of Biscay -- Begone! dull care -- Bid me discourse -- Blow high, blow low -- Blow, blow, thouh winter wind -- British Grenadiers -- Cease your funning -- Cherry ripe -- Come, lasses and lads -- Dashing White Sergeant -- Death of Nelson --Deep, deep sea -- Deserter's meditation -- Down among the dead men -- Drink to me only -- Early one morning -- Farewell -- Flow, thou regal purple stream -- Gaily the Troubadour -- Girl I left behind me -- Hearts of oak -- Heaving of the lead -- Here's to the maiden of bashful fifteen -- Home, sweet home -- Hope told a flattering tale -- I am a friar of orders grey -- I attempt from love's sickness to fly -- I lock'd up all my treasure -- It was a lover and his lass -- I've been roaming -- Jockey to the fair -- Jolly young waterman -- Lass of Richmond Hill -- Leather bottle -- Lo! here the gentle lark -- Love has eyes -- Lovely Nan -- Meet me by moonlight -- My lodging is on the cold ground -- Near Woodstock town -- Now Phoebus sinketh in the west -- O, bid your faithful Ariel fly -- Oh! firm as oak -- Oh, no, we never mention her -- O, willow, willow -- Pilgrim of love -- Plough boy -- Pray, Goody -- Pretty mocking bird -- Primroses deck the bank's green side -- Roast beef of old England -- Rocked in the cradle of the deep -- Rule, Britannia -- Safely follow him -- Sailor's journal -- Sally in our alley -- Should he upbraid -- Sigh no more, ladies -- Soldiers tried of war's alarms -- Soldier's tear -- Streamlet that flow'd round -- Tell her I'll love her -- Tell me, Mary, how to woo thee -- Tell, my heart -- Then farewell! my trim-built wherry -- There was a jolly miller -- Thorn -- Tom Bowling -- Three Ravens -- Under the greenwood tree -- Vicar of Bray -- Wapping old stairs -- We all love a pretty girl under the rose -- We met -- 'twas in a crowd -- What whall I do to show how much I love her -- While the lads of the village -- When forced from dear Hebe -- When Vulcan forg'd the bolts of Jove -- Where the bee sucks -- With lowly suit and plaintive ditty -- Woodpecker -- Wolf -- Ye twice ten hundred Deities --
  • All's one to Jack -- All things love thee, so do I -- Amo, Amas, I love a lass -- And has she then fail'd in her truth? -- Banks of the blue Moselle -- Beautiful maid -- Bee proffers honey but bears a sting -- Bird of the wilderness -- Breaking of the day-- Bring me, boy a bowl of wine -- By dimpled brook -- By the gaily circling glass -- Come live with me, and be my love -- Come where the aspens quiver -- Come you not from Newcastle? -- County Guy -- Crabbed age and youth -- Cupid's Garden -- Dulce Domum -- Ere around the huge oak -- Faint and wearily -- Follow, follow over mountain -- Flowing bowl -- Fly away, pretty moth -- Fresh and strong the breeze is bowing -- From Oberon in fairyland -- Garden Gate -- Haste to the wedding -- Heart should be happy and morry -- He loves, and rides away -- He was famed for deeds of arms -- High-mettled Racer -- How stands the glass around? -- Hunt is up -- Huntsman, rest -- I remember, I remeber -- Isle of beauty -- Is there a heart that never lov'd? -- Jack Rattlin -- Julia to the wood-robin -- Just like love is yonder rose -- Kiss, dear maid -- Lass that loves a Sailor -- Let Fame sound the trumpet -- Little love is mischievous boy -- Love me little, love me long -- Love's Ritornella -- Love will find out the way -- May we ne'er want a friend -- MIlking pail -- Minstrel's request -- Mountain Maid -- My boat is on the shore -- My dog and my gun -- My friend and pitcher -- My heart with love is beating-- No more by sorrow -- O give me but my Arab steed -- Old Commodore -- Old Towler -- Oh! 'tis the melody -- On, bye the spur of valour goaded -- Our Country is our Ship -- Philida flouts me -- Poacher -- Poor Jack -- Poor Joe, the marine -- Queen of May -- Rest, warrior, rest -- Rose ha dbeen washed -- Rose of the valley -- Said a smile to a Tear -- Sapling oak -- Since first I saw your face -- Soldier's adieu -- Soldier's dream -- Southerly wind and a cloudy sky -- Stand to your guns -- Storm -- Sun is o'er the mountain -- Sweet day, so cool -- Thine am I, my faithful fair -- Thou soft-flowing Avon -- 'Tis but Fancy's sketch -- Titania's Song -- Tobacco is an Indian weed -- To-morrow -- Tom Starboard -- To the Maypole away -- To the Maypole haste away -- True Courage -- We be three poor Mariners -- Well there is in the West country -- When pensive I thought of my love -- When that I was a little tiny boy -- Who deeply drinks of wine -- Will watch -- Woodman -- Yarico to her lover -- You gentlemen of England
Control code
679479459
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (2 volumes)
Form of item
online
Level of compression
  • lossless
  • lossy
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Reformatting quality
  • preservation
  • access
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)679479459
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.

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