English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians

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No. 36. The Brown Girl.
Texts without tunes:—Child, No. 295. Gavin Greig's Folk-Song of the North-East, i.,
art. 79. Broadside by Such, "Sally and her True Love Billy. " Texts with tunes:—Christie's Traditional Ballad Airs, ii., 241. American variants:—Journal of American Folk-Lore, xxvii., 73.
No. 37. The Trooper and the Maid.
Texts without tunes:—Child, No. 299.
Texts with tunes:—Christie's Traditional Ballad Airs, ii., 210. Songs of the West, 2nd ed., No. 65.
No. 38. In Seaport Town.
Texts with tunes:—Journal of the Folk-Song Society, i., 160; ii., 42; v., 123. Miss Broad-wood's Traditional Sojigs and Carols, p. 28. Folk Songs from Somerset, No. 12. American variants:—Journal of American Folk-Lore, xx., 259; xxix., 168.
No. 39. The Cruel Ship's Carpenter.
Texts without tunes:—Broadsides by Pitts, Jackson & Son, and Bloomer (Birmingham)
Ash ton's A Century of Ballads, p. 101. Texts with tunes:—Christie's Traditional Ballad Airs, ii., 99. Journal of the Folk-Song
Society, i., 172. Folk Songs from Somerset, No. 83. American variant:—Journal of American Folk-Lore, xx., 262.
No. 40. The Shooting of his Dear.
Texts with tunes:—Journal of the Folk-Song Society, ii., 59. Journal of the Irish Folk-Song Society, iii., 25. Songs of the West, 2nd ed., No. 62. Folk Songs from Somerset, No. 16. "Molly Ban (pronounced Van) so fair," Petrie's Collection of Irish Music, Nos. 724 and 1171 (tunes only).
American variant:—Journal of American Folk-Lore, xxii., 387.
No. 41. The Lady and the Dragoon.
Text without tune:—Broadside by Such.
Text with tune:—Journal of the Folk-Song Society, i., 108.
American variant:—Journal of American Folk-Lore, xxiii., 447.
No. 43. The Holly Twig.
Text without tune:—West Country Garlands (c. 1760).
Texts with tunes:—Journal of the Folk-Song Society, iii., 315. Songs of the West, 2nd ed. No. 117.
No. 44. Polly Oliver.
Text without tune:—Broadside by Such.
Texts with tunes:—Chappell's Popular Music of the Olden Time, p. 676. Kidson's
Traditional Tunes, p. 116. American variants:—Journal of American Folk-Lore, xii., 248; xxii., 75 (tune only).
Wyman and Brockway's Lonesome Tunes, p. 79.
No. 45. The Rich Old Lady.
Text without tune:—Gavin Greig's Folk-Song of the North-East, L, art. 13. American variants:—Journal of American Folk-Lore, xxviii., 174; xxix., 179.






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