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Index to Kindergarten Songs
Swabian folk song. See Reinecke. Dancing song. FC
Swallow. Hubbard. MSG
(Conrade. Tradespeople. GS) *Swallow, good bye. FS Swallow is a mason. See Conrade. Tradespeople. GS
(Hubbard. Swallow. MSG)
*Swallow is come. Tufts. CL
Swan of slenderness. See Little red lark. EFS—FS
Swedish schottische. FDM
Music only Sweeping and dusting. Gaynor. SC2 *Sweet and low. Barnby. FS—RCS Sweet Billy Buttercup! pretty little fay. See Stoeckel. Billy
Sweet content. Smith. TLB
Sweet Dafify-down-dilly. See Smith. Dafify-down-dilly. SL2
Sweet Maggie had a little bird. See Elliott. Maggie's pet. MG
Sweet old story. Kies. MSL
Sweet pea. Conrade. GS
Sweet-pea ladies. Gaynor. SC2
Sweet peas white. See Gaynor. Sweet-pea ladies. SC2
Sweet red rose. Bartlett. StN
(Ingraham. Sweet red rose. StN)
(Mosenthal. Sweet red rose. StN)
Sweet summer's gone away. Conrade. GS
Sweet wildwood flowers. HR
Sweetly sing the love of Jesus. See Kies. Love of Jesus.
MSL Sweetly the birds are singing at Easter dawn. See Damrosch.
Easter carol. StN
(Fairlamb. Easter carol. StN)
(Hubbard. Sweetly the birds are singing. MSG) Swiftly round and round it goes. See Cushman. Wheel song.
Swiftly thro' the card so white. See Smith. Sewing song. SL2 Swiftly walk over the western wave. See Smith. Tonight. TLB Swine-herder. NG Swing. Gaynor. SC2
Swing. Stevenson. BM—CGV—CM—EL—LBS—SM—SS For composers see Stevenson. Swing.
Swing, cradle, swing. Hubbard. MSG
(Pollock. Sailor boy. HR) *Swing high and swing low. DeKoven. FSC Swing high, swing low, my tawny papoose. See Schwartz.
Indian lullaby. BSS Swing it here; swing it there. See Knotted handkerchief. KK