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The Resource Freedom's voice in poetry and song, compiled and edited by Gillian B. Anderson

Freedom's voice in poetry and song, compiled and edited by Gillian B. Anderson

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Freedom's voice in poetry and song
Title
Freedom's voice in poetry and song
Statement of responsibility
compiled and edited by Gillian B. Anderson
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Accompanying matter
  • bibliography
  • historical information
Cataloging source
DLC
Form of composition
songs
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
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1943-
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Anderson, Gillian B.
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  • American poetry
  • Political poetry, American
  • Patriotic poetry, American
  • Political ballads and songs
  • Patriotic music
  • American poetry
Label
Freedom's voice in poetry and song, compiled and edited by Gillian B. Anderson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1. An inventory of political and patriotic lyrics in colonial American newspapers, 1773-1783 -- pt. 2. Song book
  • A sale [Dame Liberty's breaking up house] -- Musical intelligence extraordinary [Who has e'er been at Versailles] -- The consultation [A noise was heard thro' all the land] -- A paraphrase [Alack-a-day my muse has stray'd] -- Parody [George on his throne] -- Tom Gingle [With graceful air and virtuous mein] -- A new song [As near beauteous Boston lying] -- A song compos'd by a son of liberty [That seat of science Athens] -- Anecdote of Sir Robert Walpole [When you censure the age] -- A song for the 5th of March [When the foes of the land] -- The liberty song [Come join hand in hand] -- The glorious seventy four [Come, come, my brave boys] -- A new song [O my baby, my baby] -- A parody [God prosper long our liberty] -- An American parody [When Britons first, by Heaven's command] -- Liberty song [Ye sons of freedom smile!] -- The roast beef of old England [When mighty roast beef was] -- Song [The expences of war] -- On liberty [Americans be men] -- Parody on the ballad of the vicar of Bray [In George the second's golden days] -- Jeu d'esprit [On Calvert's plains new faction reigns] -- The Whig: a song [Would you know what a Whig is] -- [May each unkind report] -- On liberty [Curs'd be the wretch] -- A song [Hark! 'tis freedom that calls] -- A junto song ['Tis money makes the member vote] -- A song [Come join hand in hand all ye true] -- The sailors address [Come listen my cocks] -- A song [Whilst happy in my native land] -- An extempore song [Ye sons of true freedom and spirit] -- Fish and tea [What a court hath old England] -- The Pennsylvania march [We are the troops that ne'er will stoop] -- Liberty-tree [In a chariot of light] -- The genius of America to her sons [Who'd know the sweets of liberty?] -- A song [Tho' some folks may tell us] -- [Fair liberty came o'er] -- The American hero [Why should vain mortals tremble] -- A new liberty song [Vain Britons boast no longer] -- A new song [The watry God] -- A song [Saint George for their patron] -- New-Year's verses [Hail! O America!] -- A new song [Americans swarming by thousands on shore] -- A parody on "The watry God" [As Mars, great God of battles] -- The sweets of liberty [How blest is he] -- The fiery devil [The Stygian God, great Beelzebub] -- The heads [Ye wrong heads, and strong heads] -- [Blest cause of genial life, arise] -- On the death of General Montgomery [Come soldiers all in chorus join] -- Parody [In a mouldring cave] -- A song [As Jack, the king's commander] -- A new song [Fame, let thy trumpet sound] -- Collinet and Phebe [As Collinet and Phebe eat] -- British valour displayed [Gallants attend, and hear a friend] -- The toast ['Tis Washington's health--fill a bumper all round] -- The halcyon days of old England [Give ear to my song, I'll not tell you a story] -- [God save America. Free from despotic sway] -- The true soldier [When valor directed by motives sincere] -- [Ye poor simple people, who foolishly think] -- Liberty's call [Come and listen my lands to sweet liberty's lay] -- A medley for the light infantry [Soldier whilst the flowing bowl] --
  • A new song [July they say, the fifteenth day] -- The times [No more, my friends, of vain applause] -- A song [God save the thirteen states!] -- [God bless the thirteen states!] -- [To all our countrymen at land] -- The lords of the main [When faction, in league with the treacherous Gaul] -- Ode for the New-Year [When rival nations first descried] -- [I'm not high church nor low church] -- The volunteer boys [Hence with the lover who sighs o'er his wine] -- [Ye hearts of oak, who wish to try] -- Paddy speaking to English John [I am glad my dear John] -- Hail Americans [Columbia! Columbia! to glory arise] -- Ode for his Majesty's birth-day [Still does the rage of war prevail] -- The orphan [An orphan's woes I sing, ye great, attend] -- On General Washington [When Alcides, the son of Olympian Jove] -- The volunteers of Augusta [Come join, my brave lads, come all from afar] -- A New-York address [Ye loyalists all, within the town] -- New song [When southward Cornwallis first enter'd the land] -- Cornwallis Burgoyn'd [When British troops first landed here] -- The dance [Cornwallis led a country dance] -- A new song [From the America shore] -- Paddy's address to John Bull [By your leave, gossip John] -- [Oe'r (sic) the waste of waters cruising] -- The Georges [Of great and glorious names to speak] -- Song on the celebration of the birth of the Dauphin [Ye sons of Mars attend] -- Morris's volunteers [Ye lads of true spirit] -- Who's the noodle [I sing of George's golden days] -- The musical interlude of the tobacco-box [Tho' the fate of battle on to-morrow wait] -- [In a chariot of light from the regions above] -- A hymn on peace [Behold, array'd in light] -- New liberty-hall [Old Homer--but what have we with him to do] -- A song [Of all the leaders in the state] -- [In our dependent golden days] -- The best bidder [A soldier, a soldier, a soldier for me!] -- Ode [They come! they come! the heroes come!]
Control code
3508387
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xxxiv, 888 pages
Isbn
9780842021241
Lccn
77078353
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, music
System control number
(WaOLN)675282
Label
Freedom's voice in poetry and song, compiled and edited by Gillian B. Anderson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1. An inventory of political and patriotic lyrics in colonial American newspapers, 1773-1783 -- pt. 2. Song book
  • A sale [Dame Liberty's breaking up house] -- Musical intelligence extraordinary [Who has e'er been at Versailles] -- The consultation [A noise was heard thro' all the land] -- A paraphrase [Alack-a-day my muse has stray'd] -- Parody [George on his throne] -- Tom Gingle [With graceful air and virtuous mein] -- A new song [As near beauteous Boston lying] -- A song compos'd by a son of liberty [That seat of science Athens] -- Anecdote of Sir Robert Walpole [When you censure the age] -- A song for the 5th of March [When the foes of the land] -- The liberty song [Come join hand in hand] -- The glorious seventy four [Come, come, my brave boys] -- A new song [O my baby, my baby] -- A parody [God prosper long our liberty] -- An American parody [When Britons first, by Heaven's command] -- Liberty song [Ye sons of freedom smile!] -- The roast beef of old England [When mighty roast beef was] -- Song [The expences of war] -- On liberty [Americans be men] -- Parody on the ballad of the vicar of Bray [In George the second's golden days] -- Jeu d'esprit [On Calvert's plains new faction reigns] -- The Whig: a song [Would you know what a Whig is] -- [May each unkind report] -- On liberty [Curs'd be the wretch] -- A song [Hark! 'tis freedom that calls] -- A junto song ['Tis money makes the member vote] -- A song [Come join hand in hand all ye true] -- The sailors address [Come listen my cocks] -- A song [Whilst happy in my native land] -- An extempore song [Ye sons of true freedom and spirit] -- Fish and tea [What a court hath old England] -- The Pennsylvania march [We are the troops that ne'er will stoop] -- Liberty-tree [In a chariot of light] -- The genius of America to her sons [Who'd know the sweets of liberty?] -- A song [Tho' some folks may tell us] -- [Fair liberty came o'er] -- The American hero [Why should vain mortals tremble] -- A new liberty song [Vain Britons boast no longer] -- A new song [The watry God] -- A song [Saint George for their patron] -- New-Year's verses [Hail! O America!] -- A new song [Americans swarming by thousands on shore] -- A parody on "The watry God" [As Mars, great God of battles] -- The sweets of liberty [How blest is he] -- The fiery devil [The Stygian God, great Beelzebub] -- The heads [Ye wrong heads, and strong heads] -- [Blest cause of genial life, arise] -- On the death of General Montgomery [Come soldiers all in chorus join] -- Parody [In a mouldring cave] -- A song [As Jack, the king's commander] -- A new song [Fame, let thy trumpet sound] -- Collinet and Phebe [As Collinet and Phebe eat] -- British valour displayed [Gallants attend, and hear a friend] -- The toast ['Tis Washington's health--fill a bumper all round] -- The halcyon days of old England [Give ear to my song, I'll not tell you a story] -- [God save America. Free from despotic sway] -- The true soldier [When valor directed by motives sincere] -- [Ye poor simple people, who foolishly think] -- Liberty's call [Come and listen my lands to sweet liberty's lay] -- A medley for the light infantry [Soldier whilst the flowing bowl] --
  • A new song [July they say, the fifteenth day] -- The times [No more, my friends, of vain applause] -- A song [God save the thirteen states!] -- [God bless the thirteen states!] -- [To all our countrymen at land] -- The lords of the main [When faction, in league with the treacherous Gaul] -- Ode for the New-Year [When rival nations first descried] -- [I'm not high church nor low church] -- The volunteer boys [Hence with the lover who sighs o'er his wine] -- [Ye hearts of oak, who wish to try] -- Paddy speaking to English John [I am glad my dear John] -- Hail Americans [Columbia! Columbia! to glory arise] -- Ode for his Majesty's birth-day [Still does the rage of war prevail] -- The orphan [An orphan's woes I sing, ye great, attend] -- On General Washington [When Alcides, the son of Olympian Jove] -- The volunteers of Augusta [Come join, my brave lads, come all from afar] -- A New-York address [Ye loyalists all, within the town] -- New song [When southward Cornwallis first enter'd the land] -- Cornwallis Burgoyn'd [When British troops first landed here] -- The dance [Cornwallis led a country dance] -- A new song [From the America shore] -- Paddy's address to John Bull [By your leave, gossip John] -- [Oe'r (sic) the waste of waters cruising] -- The Georges [Of great and glorious names to speak] -- Song on the celebration of the birth of the Dauphin [Ye sons of Mars attend] -- Morris's volunteers [Ye lads of true spirit] -- Who's the noodle [I sing of George's golden days] -- The musical interlude of the tobacco-box [Tho' the fate of battle on to-morrow wait] -- [In a chariot of light from the regions above] -- A hymn on peace [Behold, array'd in light] -- New liberty-hall [Old Homer--but what have we with him to do] -- A song [Of all the leaders in the state] -- [In our dependent golden days] -- The best bidder [A soldier, a soldier, a soldier for me!] -- Ode [They come! they come! the heroes come!]
Control code
3508387
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xxxiv, 888 pages
Isbn
9780842021241
Lccn
77078353
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, music
System control number
(WaOLN)675282

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