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172 Index to Kindergarten Songs
On lightsome wing from flow'r to flow'r. See St. John. Butterfly.
BSS On Monday we wash out our clothes. See Gaynor. Work of the
week. GS On my sampler long I work. See Terhune. Sampler. CC On my two feet I used to run. See Smith. My pansies. SV On Richmond Hill there lives a lass. See Hook. Lass of Richmond
Hill. FS—TLB On silver skates we curve and slide. See Meissner. In Holland.
ASC On steep Mount Carmel's height we stand. See Crusaders. TLB *On the bridge of Avignon. JB—RCS
(Adaptation: In the spring. FS—HC)
(Trans, from Sur le pont d'Avignon. BB) *On the bridge neath the town. LBS On the gay red sarafan. See Red Sarafan. EFS On the green and swelling moss-bank. See Mozart. Summer joy.
HR On the path that leads to school. See Smith. After the rain. SV On the railroad train. Seeboeck. HMC1
Music only On the ring we stand. See Hurd. Ball game. PTS On the sea. Weber. HR
On the wall there hangs a clock. See Atkinson. Clock. GS On the wind of January. See Knowlton. January. NS *On this happy feast day. Strong. HS
On this memorial morning. See Flotow. Memorial day. GS On tiptoe. Chavagnat. HMC2
Music only On yonder fleeting river. See Glueck. Broken ring. EFS Once a boy a rose espied. See Goethe. Heiden-Roeslein. BSS—
For composers see Goethe. Heiden-Roeslein. Once a little baby lay. See Morton. First Christmas. HS—WS
(Reinecke. First Christmas. GS) Once a little boy and girl went to school together. See Cole. Going
to school. CM Once a rat who loved the city. See City rat and the country rat.
FS Once I got into a boat. See Smith. Boat ride. SL2 *Once in my life. Story. StN *Once in my youth a maiden I knew. KK Once more, dear home, I with rapture behold thee. See Wagner.
Pilgrims' charm. TLB Once our hennies sought their cock. See Reinecke. Good old
clock. FC Once some little apple seeds. See Hill. Story of the apple.