English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians

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No. 96. My Parents Treated me Tenderly.
Texts without tunes:—Gavin Greig's Folk-Song of the North-East, i., art. 83. Broad­side by Such. American variant:—Wyman and Brockway's Lonesome Tunes, p. 76.
No. 97. The Sheffield Apprentice.
Texts without tunes:—Gavin Greig's Folk-Song of the North-East, i., art. 45. Broad­sides by Harkness (Preston) and Pitts.
Texts with tunes:—Christie's Traditional Ballad Airs, ii., 67. Journal of the Folk-Song Society, i., 200; ii., 169. Folk-Songs of England, ii., 44.
American variant:—Broadside by H. De Marsan (New York).
No. 98. The Broken Token.
Texts without tunes:—Gavin Greig's Folk-Song of the North-East, i., art. 23. Broadside by Brereton (Dublin).
Texts with tunes:—Christie's Traditional Ballad Airs, i., 265; ii., 201. Songs of the West, 2nd ed., No. 44. Journal of the Folk-Song Society, iv., 127. English Folk-Songs for Schools, 7th ed., p. 82. Folk Songs from Somerset, No. 45. Miss Broadwood's Traditional Songs and Carols, p. 26.
American variants:—Journal of American Folk-Lore, xxii., 67. Wyman and Brock-way's Lonesome Tunes, p. 88.
No. 101. The Brisk Young Lover.
Text without tune:—Gavin Greig's Folk-Song of the North-East, ii., art. 175.
Texts with tunes:—Journal of the Folk-Song Society, i., 252; ii., 155 and 168; v., 181.
Miss Broadwood's Traditional Songs and Carols, p. 92. Butterworth's Folk Songs
from Sussex, No. 7. Kidson's Traditional Times, p. 44. Mrs. Leather's Folk-Lore
of Herefordshire, p. 205. American variants:—Journal of American Folk-Lore, xxii., 78 (tune only); xxv., 13.
Broadside by H. De Marsan (New York).
No. 104. Loving Reilly.
Texts without tunes:—Gavin Greig's Folk-Song of the North-East, ii., art. 143. Broad­side by Brereton (Dublin).
Texts with tunes:—Christie's Traditional Ballad Airs, ii., 145. Journal of the Folk-Song Society, iii., 133. Petrie's Collection of Irish Music, No. 510 (tune only).
William Carleton published a novel, "Willy Reilly and his dear Colleen Bawn," founded on this song.
No. 105. The Awful Wedding.
Text without tune:—Gavin Greig's Folk-Song of the North-East, i., art. 24.
No. 106. Sweet William.
Texts without tunes:—Gavin Greig's Folk-Song of the North-East, i., art. 64. Broad­side by T. Evans. Garret's Merrie Book of Garlands, vol. i.
Texts with tunes:—Christie's Traditional Ballad Airs, i., 248. Journal of the Folk-Song Society, i., 99. English County Songs, p. 74. Novello's School Songs, No. 993.
No. 107. Good-Morning, my Pretty Little Miss.
Text without tune:—"A Gentleman's Meeting" in William Garret's Merrie Book of
Garlands, vol. i. Texts with tunes:—Journal of the Folk-Song Society, iii., 296; iv., 281. Songs of the West, 1st ed., No. 23.






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