Songs of independence / compiled and edited with historical notes by Irwin Silber

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Subjects: Songs, English--United States
Ballads, English--United States
United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783--Songs and music
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: [Harrisburg, Pa.] Stackpole Books [1973]
LC Classification: M
Physical Description: 249 p. 26 cm
Additional Authors: Silber, Irwin, 1925-2010
Notes: LCCN: 73012323 /M
Includes songs and history of the pre- and post- (1620-1812) American Revolutionary era
Bibliography: p. 229-235
Contents: Adam's Fall (or The Trip to Cambridge) -- America -- The American hero -- The American Rule Britannia -- American taxation -- The American Vicar of Bray -- Ballad of Bunker Hill -- Ballad of the American War -- Banks of the Dee -- Banks of the Dee (parody) -- The Battle of New Orleans -- The Battle of Saratoga -- The Battle of the Kegs -- The Battle of Trenton -- The Bombardment of Bristol -- Boston Tea Tax Song -- Brave Paulding and the Spy -- Brave Wolfe -- The British Grenadiers -- The British Light Infantry -- Burgoyne's Disgrace -- The Burrowing Yankees -- Chester -- Come all you bold Canadians -- The Congress -- The Constitution and the Guerriere -- Cornwallis Burgoyned -- Cornwallis' Country Dance -- The Destruction of the Tea -- A Dose for the Tories -- The Dying British Sergeant -- The Escape of Old John Webber -- The Etiquette -- The fate of John Burgoyne -- Felix the Soldier -- Fish and Tea -- Free America -- God Save America -- God Save the Thirteen States -- Gunpowder Tea -- Hail Columbia -- The Halcyon Days of Old England -- The Heads -- Hearts of Oak Are We Still -- The Hobbies -- Hot Stuff -- How Happy the Soldier -- How Stands the Glass Around -- An Invitation to North America -- The Irishman's Epistle -- James Bird -- Johnny has gone for a soldier -- Junto Song -- The King's Own Regulars -- The Liberty Song -- Mad Anthony Wayne -- The Massachusetts Liberty Song -- Nathan Hale -- A New England Ballad -- A New Song Written by a Soldier -- A New Tory Ballad -- The Noble Lads of Canada -- Old England Forty Years Ago -- The Old Woman Taught Wisdom -- On Independence -- Oxford -- Parody Upon a Well-known Liberty Song -- The Patriotic Diggers -- Paul Jones -- Paul Jones' Victory -- Perry's Victory -- Revolutionary Tea -- The Riflemen of Bennington -- The Sailor's Address -- Sergeant Champe -- The Shannon and the Chesapeake -- Sir Peter Parker -- The Soldier's Lamentation -- A song made upon the election of new magistrates for this city -- A song made upon the foregoing occasion -- Song of the Minute Man -- A song on the brave General Montgomery -- The Sons of Liberty -- The Star-Spangled Banner -- The Surrender of Cornwallis -- A Toast -- To the Commons -- To the Ladies -- The Trappan'd Maiden -- War and Washington -- Yankee Doodle -- Yankee Doodle's Expedition to Rhode Island -- A Yankee Federal Song -- The Yankee Man of War -- Yankee Song -- The Yankee's Return from Camp -- Ye Parliament of England
OCLC Number: 765599