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Book
xiii, 401 p. : ill. (some col.), music ; 26 cm + 1 sound recording (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
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Music recording
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • The prophecy / music by Howard Shore ; lyrics by Philippa Boyens ; translation by David Salo
  • Concerning Hobbits
  • The shadow of the past
  • The treason of Isengard
  • The black rider
  • At the sign of the prancing pony
  • A knife in the dark
  • Flight to the ford
  • Many meetings
  • The Council of Elrond featuring "Aníron (theme from Aragorn and Arwen)" / composed and performed by Enya ; lyrics by Roma Ryan
  • The ring goes south
  • A journey in the dark
  • The bridge of Khazad Dum
  • Lothlorien featuring "Lament for Gandalf" / words & music by Philippa Boyens and Howard Shore (Elizabeth Fraser, vocals)
  • The great river
  • Amon Hen
  • The breaking of the fellowship featuring "In dreams" / words & music by Fran Walsh and Howard Shore (Edward Ross, vocals)
  • May it be / composed and performed by Enya ; lyrics by Roma Ryan.
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Music recording
1 sound disc (72 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • A storm is coming
  • Hope and memory
  • Minas Tirith / feat. Ben del Maestro
  • The white tree
  • The steward of Gondor / feat. Billy Boyd
  • Minas Morgul
  • The ride of the Rohirrim
  • Twilight and shadow / feat. Renée Fleming
  • Cirith Ungol
  • Andúril
  • Shelob's lair
  • Ash and smoke
  • The fields of the Pelennor
  • Hope fails
  • The black gate opens / feat. Sir James Galway
  • The end of all thing / feat. Renée Fleming
  • The return of the king / feat. Sir James Galway, Viggo Mortensen, and Renée Fleming
  • The grey havens / feat. Sir James Galway
  • Into the west / feat. Annie Lennox.
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Music recording
1 sound disc (73 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Foundations of stone
  • The taming of Smʹeagol
  • The riders of Rohan
  • The passage of the marshes
  • The Uruk-hai
  • The King of the Golden Hall
  • The Black Gate is closed
  • Evenstar (featuring Isabel Bayrakdarian)
  • The White Rider
  • Treebeard
  • The leave taking
  • Helm's Deep
  • The forbidden pool
  • Breath of life (featuring Sheila Chandra)
  • The Hornburg
  • Forth Eorlingas (featuring Ben Del Maestro)
  • Isengard unleashed (featuring Elizabeth Fraser & Ben Del Maestro)
  • Samwise the Brave
  • Gollum's song (performed by Emiliana Torrini).
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Book
193 p. : music ; 24 cm.
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Music score
1 score (47 p.) ; 28 x 43 cm.
  • My Lord, what a beautiful morning!
  • A mountaineer's sad song
  • Weep, all ye little rains
  • Dry bones
  • Put my little shoes away
  • Blowin' in the wind
  • When the saints go marching in
  • Goodbye, old paint
  • O Peter, go ring-a dem bells
  • Where have all the flowers gone?
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Music recording
4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • CD 1: A dear John letter (with Fuzzy Owen)
  • Wonderful word (with Fuzzy Owen)
  • I traded my heart for his gold
  • Take me
  • Just a love for someone to steal
  • No tomorrow (with Fuzzy Owen)
  • Father (the Kern County Sweethearts)
  • Please don't take him from me (the Kern County Sweethearts)
  • That little boy of mine
  • Wait a little longer, please Jesus
  • Looking back to see (with Fuzzy Owen)
  • Just for the children's sake
  • This other
  • Missing on a mountain (with Tommy Dee)
  • Why don't daddy live here anymore
  • Waggin' tongues
  • Stop the world (and let me off)
  • Don't take advantage of me
  • Lie a little
  • I'll try again tomorrow
  • The longer we wait
  • You don't have far to go
  • Number one heel
  • Beggin' to you
  • I want to be a cowboy's sweetheart
  • Pins and needles
  • CD 2: Slowly but surely (with Merle Haggard)
  • Just between the two of us (with Merle Haggard)
  • So much for me, so much for you (Merle Haggard)
  • A house without love is not a home (with Merle Haggard)
  • I want to live again (with Merle Haggard)
  • Number one heel
  • Pins and needles
  • Lie a little
  • Stranger in my arms (with Merle Haggard)
  • Souvenirs
  • Merry go round of love
  • She don't deserve you
  • Excuse me for living
  • I'll take a chance (with Merle Haggard)
  • Our hearts are holding hands (with Merle Haggard)
  • Too used to being with you (with Merle Haggard)
  • That makes two of us (with Merle Haggard)
  • Forever and ever (with Merle Haggard)
  • Wait a little longer, please Jesus (with Merle Haggard)
  • Living on your love
  • What's it gonna cost me
  • You don't even try
  • Someone else you've known
  • Whatever happened to me
  • Just for the children's sake
  • Consider the children
  • I know he loves me
  • The best part of me
  • CD 3: Will you want me just as much
  • Any part of you
  • I won't go lookin' for you
  • Gone crazy
  • The best part of me
  • All of me belongs to you
  • If you really want me to
  • Adios, farewell goodbye, good luck, so long
  • If you really want me to
  • Everything that's fastened down is comin' loose
  • I'd be more of a woman
  • I wish I felt this way at home
  • Hangin' on
  • The back of my hand
  • I let a stranger buy the wine
  • Number 82
  • Don't tell me
  • Just one time
  • Somewhere between
  • Wabash Cannon Ball
  • Tonight I'll throw a party
  • CD 4: Yes, I love you only
  • How can our cheatin' be wrong
  • When Billy comes home to Arkansas
  • I'll look over you
  • I'll always be glad to take you back
  • I couldn't keep from cryin'
  • Lead me on
  • Now I lay me down to sleep alone
  • I'll kiss my wedding ring goodbye
  • That little boy of mine
  • Jealous heart
  • I don't care if tomorrow never comes
  • How many
  • What else can I do
  • It don't take much to make me cry
  • My hi-fi to cry
  • Philadelphia lawyer
  • Where could I go but to the Lord
  • What a friend we have in Jesus
  • Medals for mothers
  • I'll fly away
  • Wait a little longer, please Jesus
  • Gathering flowers for the masters bouquet
  • Where we'll never grow old
  • Where the soul never dies
  • I saw the light
  • Farther along
  • Faded love.
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8. The Burning [2004]

Music recording
1 audio disc : CD audio ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; stereo. Digital: audio file; CD audio.
  • Of good and evil
  • Soulicide demon-might
  • Godless
  • The Lord of the rings
  • Crawl
  • Forever heaven gone
  • Earthborn
  • Neverending dream
  • Night of the swords
  • Candles
  • Forget the light.
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Book
viii, 244 p. : ill., music ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction: Finding Fantasy Janet K. Halfyard 1 Fantasy and the Exotic Other: The Films of Ray Harryhausen Mark Brill, University of Texas, San Antonio 2 Numinous Ambience: Spirituality, Dreamtimes and Fantastic Aboriginality Philip Hayward, Southern Cross University, Australia 3 Who Wants to Live Forever: Glam Rock, Queen and Fantasy Film J. Drew Stephen, University of Texas, San Antonio 4 Fantasy Meets Electronica: Legend and the Music of Tangerine Dream Lee Barron, Northumbria University 5 Entering the Labyrinth: How Henson and Bowie Created a Musical Fantasy Liz Giuffre, Macquarie University 6 Superman as Mythic Narrative: Music, Romanticism and the 'Oneiric Climate' Ben Winters, Christ Church, University of Oxford 7 Music and Fantasy Types in Tim Burton's Edward Scissorhands Alexander G. Binns, University of Hull 8 The Tritone Within: Interpreting Harmony in Elliot Goldenthal's Score for Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within Scott Murphy, University of Kansas 9 Scoring Fantasy Girls: Music and Female Agency in Indiana Jones and The Mummy films Janet K. Halfyard and Victoria Hancock 10 Creating Magic with Music: The Changing Dramatic Relationship between Music and Magic in Harry Potter Films Jamie L. Webster 11 Superconductors: Music, fantasy and science in The Sorcerer's Apprentice Janet K. Halfyard.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781908049933 20160609
Fantasy has had a modern resurgence in cinema due largely to the success of superhero narratives and the two major fantasy series, the Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter. Often regarded as mere escapism, this genre has been neglected as the subject of serious academic work. This volume explores the way in which music and sound articulate the fantastic in cinema and contribute to the creation of fantasy narratives. Fantasy invokes the magical within its narratives as the means by which to achieve what would be impossible in our own reality, as compared to sci-fi's as-yet unknown technologies and horror's dark and deadly supernatural forces. Fantasy remains problematic, however, because it defies many of the conventional mechanisms by which genre is defined such as setting, mood and audience. In a way quite unlike its co-genres, fantasy moves with infinite flexibility between locations - the world (almost) as we know it, historical, futuristic or mythic locations; between moods - heroic, epic, magical; and between audiences - children, teens, adults. In English-language cinema, it encompasses the grand mythic narratives of Lord of the Rings, Legend and The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad, the heroic narratives of Superman, Flash Gordon and Indiana Jones and the magical narratives of Labyrinth, Edward Scissorhands and the Harry Potter series, to name just some of films that typify the variety that the genre offers. What these films all have in common is a requirement that the audience accepts the a fundamental break with reality within the diegesis of the filmic narrative, and embraces magic in its many and various forms, sometimes benign, sometimes not. This volume examines music in fantasy cinema across a broad historical perspective, from Bernard Herrmann's scores for Ray Harryhausen, through the popular music scores of the 1980s to contemporary scores for films such as The Mummy and the Harry Potter series, allowing the reader to see not only the way that the musical strategies of fantasy scoring have changed over time but also to appreciate the inventiveness of composers such as Bernard Herrmann, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Danny Elfman and Elliot Goldenthal, and popular musicians such as Queen and David Bowie in evoking the mythic, the magical and the monstrous in their music for fantasy film.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781908049933 20160609
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10. Possessed 13 [2003]

Music recording
2 audio discs ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical. Digital: audio file. CD audio.
  • [Disc 1] No tomorrow
  • Face of destruction ; Deep hit of death
  • Deliverance
  • Cold is the grave
  • Dream bloody hell (Instr.)
  • Morningstar rising
  • Are you morbid?
  • Bow to none
  • Kill 'em all
  • Natashead overdrive
  • Zombiefied!
  • Dawn of emptiness
  • In memoriam (Instr.).
  • [Disc 2] Last rite
  • Seventh gate
  • Deadspawn
  • Diachronic damnation
  • The lord of the rings
  • Beyond where darkness dwells
  • Forever heaven gone
  • Soulicide demon-might
  • Godless
  • Neverending dream
  • Candles
  • Burnin' leather
  • Rebel Angel.
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Music recording
1 sound disc (55 min., 35 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • March, entry of the gladiators / Fučik
  • Linden Lea / Vaughan Williams
  • Stephen Foster selection
  • Grandfather's clock / Clay
  • On wings of song / Mendelssohn
  • Lord of the dance : trad. / arr. Carter
  • Girl with the flaxen hair / Debussy
  • Country gardens / Grainger
  • Ashgrove : trad.
  • Ragtime dance / Joplin
  • Parade of the tin soldiers / Jessel
  • Isle of Capri (with tubular xylophone)
  • Lullaby / Brahms
  • Original rags / Joplin
  • Silver threads among the gold : trad.
  • Cavalleria rusticana. Intermezzo / Mascagni
  • Bells of St. Mary's (with tubular xylophone)
  • O Waly Waly : trad.
  • Flow gently sweet Afton : trad.
  • Syncopated clock / Anderson
  • O guter Mond : trad.
  • Whistling Rufus / Mills.
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Music recording
4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • CD 1. Death at the bar
  • Love or hate
  • Gathering flowers for the Master's bouquet
  • Don't wait the last minute to pray
  • How far is Heaven
  • My Mother
  • Make up your mind
  • I'll be all smiles (tonight)
  • It wasn't God who made Honky Tonk Angels
  • I don't want your money, I want your time
  • Searching for a soldier's grave
  • I'm too lonely to smile
  • Things I might have been
  • I heard the jukebox playing
  • Wedding ring ago
  • Divided by two
  • Crying steel guitar waltz
  • Paying for that back street affair
  • Icicles hanging from your heart
  • I don't claim to be an angel
  • Honky Tonk waltz
  • Life they live in songs
  • You said you could do without me
  • Whose shoulder will you cry on
  • Hey Joe
  • My cold cold heart is melting now
  • I'll love you till the day I die
  • I've kissed you my last time
  • I'm a stranger in my home (& Red Foley).
  • CD 2. I gave my wedding dress away
  • Cheatin's a sin
  • You're not easy to forget
  • Satisfied, so satisfied
  • One by one (& Red Foley)
  • Release me
  • After dark
  • (Don't hang around) he's married to me
  • Thou shalt not steal
  • Lonely side of town
  • I hope my divorce is never granted
  • I'm in love with you
  • Make believe (& Red Foley)
  • You and me (& Red Foley)
  • As long as I love (& Red Foley)
  • No one but you (& Red Foley)
  • Makin' believe
  • I'd rather stay home
  • I was wrong
  • There's poison in your heart
  • Goodbye Mr. Brown (& Roy Acuff)
  • Mother hold me tight (& Roy Acuff)
  • Searching (for someone else)
  • How far is heaven (& Carol Sue Wright )
  • Dust on the bible
  • Beside you
  • I'm counting on you
  • They can't take your love
  • I'm tired of pretending.
  • CD 3. Oh! so many years (& Webb Pierce)
  • One week later (& Webb Pierce)
  • When I'm with you (& Webb Pierce)
  • Can you find it in your heart (& Webb Pierce)
  • Repenting
  • I guess I'll go on dreaming
  • Each day
  • Pace that kills
  • Change of heart
  • Stubborn heart
  • Standing room only
  • Mansion on the Hill
  • Your wild life's gonna get you down
  • Right or wrong
  • Winner of your heart
  • Dancing with a stranger
  • Three ways (to love you)
  • She's no Angel
  • Broken marriage vows (& Ray Crisp)
  • What about you
  • Sweeter that the flowers
  • You can't conceal a broken heart
  • Just when I needed you
  • Lonely street
  • That's me wihtout you
  • Cheated out of love
  • Waltz of the Angels.
  • CD 4. What about you
  • May you never be alone
  • If teardrops were pennies
  • Touch and go heart
  • My used to be darling
  • (I'll always be your) Fraulein
  • Love me to pieces
  • What I believe dear (is all up to you)
  • I can't stop loving you
  • Slowly dying
  • I can't help wondering
  • He's lost his love for me
  • Jealousy
  • Mommy for a day
  • The hands you're holding now
  • Let me help you forget
  • All the time
  • Dust on the Bible
  • (I've got my) one way ticket to the sky
  • I heard my saviour call
  • I dreamed I searched heaven for you
  • The great speckled bird
  • Matthew twenty-four
  • I need the prayers
  • My loved ones are waiting for me
  • Lord I'm coming home
  • He will set your fields on fire
  • Lonesome valley
  • We buried her beneath the willows.
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Music recording
5 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Disc 1. My happiness ; That's all right ; I love you because ; Harbor lights ; Blue moon of Kentucky ; Blue moon ; Tomorrow night ; I'll never let you go ; I don't care if the sun don't shine ; Just because ; Good rockin' tonight ; Milkcow blues boogie ; You're a heartbreaker ; Baby let's play house ; I'm left, you're right, she's gone ; Mystery train ; I forgot to remember to forget ; Trying to get to you ; When it rains, it really pours ; I got a woman ; Heartbreak Hotel ; Money honey ; I'm counting on you ; I was the one ; Blue suede shoes ; My baby left me ; One-sided love affair ; So glad you're mine ; I'm gonna sit right down and cry ; Tutti frutti
  • Disc 2. Lawdy, Miss Clawdy ; Shake, rattle and roll ; I want you, I need you, I love you ; Hound dog ; Don't be cruel ; Any way you want me ; We're gonna move ; Love me tender ; Poor boy ; Let me ; Playing for keeps ; Love me ; Paralyzed ; How do you think I feel ; How's the world treating you ; When my blue moon turns to gold again ; Long tall Sally ; Old Shep ; Too much ; Anyplace is paradise ; Ready Teddy ; First in line ; Rip it up ; I believe ; Tell me why ; Got a lot o' livin' to do ; All shook up ; Mean woman blues ; Peace in the valley
  • Disc 3. That's when your heartaches begin ; Take my hand, precious Lord ; It is no secret ; Blueberry Hill ; Have I told you lately that I love you ; Is it so strange ; Party ; Lonesome cowboy ; Hot dog ; One night of sin ; Teddy bear ; Don't leave me now ; I beg of you ; One night ; True love ; I need you so ; Loving you ; When it rains, it really pours ; Jailhouse rock ; Young and beautiful ; I want to be free ; Baby I don't care ; Don't leave me now ; Blue Christmas ; White Christmas ; Here comes Santa Claus ; Silent night ; O little town of Bethlehem ; Santa bring my baby back to me ; Santa Claus is back in town ; I'll be home for Christmas
  • Disc 4. Treat me nice ; My wish came true ; Don't ; Danny ; Hard headed woman ; Trouble ; New Orleans ; Crawfish ; Dixieland rock ; Lover doll ; Don't ask me why ; As long as I have you ; King Creole ; Young dreams ; Steadfast, loyal and true ; Doncha' think it's time ; Your cheatin' heart ; Wear my ring around your neck ; I need your love tonight ; A big hunk o' love ; Ain't that loving you baby ; Fool such as I ; I got stung ; Interview with Elvis
  • Disc 5. That's when your heartaches begin ; Fool, fool, fool ; Tweedle dee ; Maybellene ; Shake, rattle and roll ; Blue moon of Kentucky ; Blue moon ; I'm left, you're right, she's gone ; Reconsider baby ; Lawdy, Miss Clawdy ; Shake, rattle and roll ; I want you, I need you, I love you ; Heartbreak Hotel ; Long tall Sally ; Blue suede shoes ; Money honey ; We're gonna move ; Old Shep ; I beg of you ; Loving you (slow) ; Loving you (uptempo) ; Young and beautiful ; I want to be free ; King Creole ; As long as I have you ; Ain't that loving you baby.
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Music recording
12 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (219 p. : ill. ; 31 cm)
  • CD1: Bury me under the weeping willow ; Little log cabin by the sea ; The poor orphan child ; The storms are on the ocean ; Single girl, married girl ; The wandering boy ; Meet me by the moonlight ; Little darling pal of mine ; Keep on the sunny side ; Anchored in love ; John Hardy was a desperate little man ; I ain't goin' to work tomorrow ; Will you miss me when I'm gone? ; River of Jordan ; Chewing gum ; Wildwood flower ; I have no one to love me (but the sailor on the deep blue sea) ; Forsaken love ; Sweet fern ; My Clinch Mountain home ; God gave Noah the rainbow sign ; I'm thinking tonight of my blue eyes ; Little Moses ; Lulu Wall ; The grave on the green hillside --CD 2: Don't forget this song ; The foggy mountain top ; Bring back my blue eyed boy to me ; Diamonds in the rough ; Engine on-forty-three ; The homestead on the farm ; The cyclone of Rye Cove ; Motherless children ; When the roses bloom in dixieland ; No telephone in heaven ; Western hobo ; Carter's blues ; Wabash cannonball ; A distant land to roam ; Jimmie Brown, the newsboy ; Kitty waltz ; Fond affection ; The cannonball ; The lover's farewell ; There's someone awaiting for me ; The little log hut in the lane ; When the springtime comes again ; When the world's on fire ; I have an aged mother ; The dying soldier ; Worried man blues
  • CD3: Lonesome valley ; On the rock where Moses stood ; Room in heaven for me ; Lonesome pine special ; No more the moon shines on Lorena ; On my way to Canaan's land ; Where shall i be? ; Sow 'em on the mountain (reap 'em in the valley) ; Darling Nellie across the sea ; The birds were singing of you ; Weary prodigal son ; My old cottage home ; When I'm gone ; Sunshine in the shadows ; Let the church roll on ; Lonesome for you ; Can't feel at home ; Why there's a tear in my eye / with Jimmie Rodgers ; The wonderful city / with Jimmie Rodgers ; Jimmie rodgers visits the Carter Family / with Jimmie Rodgers ; The Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers in Texas / with Jimmie Rodgers ; 'Mid the green fields of Virginia ; Happiest days of all ; Picture on the wall ; Amber tresses
  • CD 4: I never loved but one ; Tell me that you loved me ; Where we'll never grow old ; We will march through the streets of the city ; Sweet as the flowers in may time ; Will the roses bloom in heaven ; My little home in Tennessee ; The sun of the soul ; If one won't another one will ; The broken hearted lover ; Two sweethearts ; The winding stream ; I won't mind dying ; The spirit of love watches over me ; The church in the wildwood ; Give me roses while i live ; I never will marry ; On the sea of Galilee ; Home by the sea ; When the roses come again ; I loved you better than you knew ; This is like heaven to me ; See that my grave is kept green ; Over the garden wall ; Gold watch and chain ; School house on the hill
  • CD 5: Will my mother know me there? ; Faded flowers ; Poor little orphaned boy ; On a hill one and gray ; Cowboy Jack ; I'll be all smiles tonight ; Away out on the old Saint Sabbeth ; Darling little Joe ; Happy or lonesome ; One little word ; Darling daises ; The East Virginia blues ; Lover's return ; It'll aggravate your soul ; Hello central, give me heaven ; I'm working on a building ; You've been fooling me, baby ; Longing for old Virginia ; March winds gonna blow my blues all away ; There'll be joy, joy, joy ; Home in Tennessee ; Are you tired of me, my darling? ; I cannot be your sweetheart ; My heart's tonight in Texas ; There's no hinding place down here ; Cowboy's wild song to his herd
  • CD 6: The evening bells are ringing ; The mountains of Tennessee ; I'll be home someday ; Faded coat of blue ; Sailor boy ; Glory to the lamb ; Behind those stone walls ; Sinking in the lonesome sea ; He took a white rose from her hair ; Can the circle be unbroken (bye and bye) ; Let's be lovers again ; Your mother still prays (for you, Jack) ; Kissing is a crime ; Don't forget me little darling ; Sad and lonesome day ; By the touch of her hand ; East Virginia blues ; My old Virginia home ; My Virginia rose is blooming ; My texas girl ; No other's bride I'll be ; Gathering flowers from the hillside ; Gospel ship ; The little black train ; Keep on the sunny side ; River of Jordan
  • CD 7: Lonesome valley ; God gave Noah the rainbow ; Single girl, married girl ; The fate of Dewey Lee ; Wildwood flower ; Sea of Galilee ; Don't forget this song ; My Clinch Mountain home ; The storms are on the ocean ; Will you miss me when i'm gone? ; Broken hearted lover ; Little darling pal of mine ; The homestead on the farm ; Cannon ball blues ; Meet me by the moonlight ; On the rock where Moses stood ; Lulu Walls ; I'm thinking tonight of my blue eyes ; Worried man blues ; My dixie darlling ; Give me your love and I'll give you mine ; Are you lonesome tonight? ; The last move for me ; The wayworn traveler ; Just another broken heart ; When silver threads are gold again
  • CD8: There's no one like mother to me ; In a little village churchyard ; Jealous hearted me ; My native home ; Sweet heaven in my view ; No depression in heaven ; Bonnie blue eyes ; My honey Lou ; In the shadow of the pines ; Answer to weeping willow ; You've been a friend to me ; Where the silvery Colorado wends its way ; Lay my head beneath the rose ; No depression in heaven ; My native home ; Jealous hearted me ; A distant land to roam ; I'm working on a building ; East Virginia blues ; Dixie darling ; Keep on the sunny side ; Kissin' is a crime ; Single girl, married girl ; Little darling pal of mine ; Lonesome valley ; Cannon ball blues ; Happy or lonesome
  • CD 9: Are you lonesome tonight? ; Just another broken heart ; The broken down tramp ; Lover's lane ; Hold fast to the right ; Lord I'm in your care ; Funny when you feel that way ; In the shadow of Clinch Mountain ; Hello stranger ; Never let the devil get the upper hand of you ; When this evening sun goes down ; Jim Blake's message ; Honey in the rock ; Look how this world has made a change ; The little girl that playedon my knee ; You better let that liar alone ; Farewell Nellie ; The only girl (i ever cared about) ; Goodbye to the plains ; My home's across the Blue Ridge Mountains ; Dark haired true lover ; He never came back ; Happy in the prison ; Walking in the King's Highway ; St. Regious girl ; Just a few more days --CD 10: Bring back my boy ; It is better farther on ; Charlie and Nellie ; Cuban soldier ; The heart that was broken for me ; You're nothing more to me ; Stern old bachelor ; Little Joe ; Reckless motorman ; You denied your love ; Oh, take me back ; You are my flower ; Who's that knockin' on my window ; They call her mother ; Coal miner's blues ; Young Freda Bolt ; Little poplar log house on the hill ; The dying mother ; Buddies in the saddle ; Heaven's radio ; Beautiful home ; There'll be no distinction there ; Give him one more as he goes ; Lonesome for you darling ; Blackie's gunman ; You've got to righten that wrong ; Meeting in the air ; My home among the hills
  • CD 11: Black Jack David ; Look away from the cross ; We shall rise ; I found you among the roses ; Bear Creek blues ; I'll never forsake you ; Beautiful isle o'er the sea ; It's a long long road to travel alone ; Why do you cry, little darling ; You tied a love knot in my heart ; Lonesome homesick blues ; Dark and stormy weather ; In the valley of the Shenandoah ; Girl on the Greenbrier shore ; Something got a hold of me ; Fifty miles of elbow room ; Keep on the firing line ; The wave on the sea ; The rambling boy ; You're gonna be sorry you let me down ; Why there's a tear in my eye (alternate take) ; Jimmie Rodgers visits the carter family (alternate take) ; Sinking in the lonesome sea (alternate take) ; Lonesome valley (alternate take) ; Cannon ball blues (alternate take) ; Worried man blues (alternate take) ; [I wish I was a single girl again] / [Lulubelle & Scotty Carter]
  • CD 12: Sara & Maybelle Carter interview, april 24 ; The ship that never returned ; Jesse James ; I was born 4000 years ago ; I'm leaving you ; Mother Maybelle Carter interview.
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Music score
ix,67 p. 29cm.
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Music score
672 p. of music ; 31 cm.
  • About a quarter to nine – Abide with me – Afrikaan beat – After the ball – After the gold rush – After midnight – After the lights go down low – Ah! So pure (from “Martha”) – Ah! Sweet mystery of life (the dream melody) – Ain’t misbehavin’ – Ain’t she sweet – Ain’t we got fun – Alabama jubilee – Alabamy bound – Al di la – Alleluia – All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth – All my love – All my tomorrows – All the way – All this and heaven too – All the gold in California – All through the night – Aloha-oe (Hawaiian farewell song) – Alone together – Along the Santa Fe Trail – Alouette – Always on my mind – Am I blue? – Am I in love? – Amazing grace – America – America the beautiful – An American in Paris – American made – American patrol – And the angels sing – Angel baby – Angel eyes – Angels from the realms of glory – Angels we have heard on high (Westminster carol) – Anniversary song – Another lonely song – Anything goes – Anywhere the heart goes (Meggie’s theme) – April in Paris – April showers – Arab dance (from “the Nutcracker suite”) – Aren’t you glad you’re you? – Are you from Dixie? – Are you lonesome tonight? – Are you on the road to lovin’ me again? – Artist’s life – Arthur’s theme (best that you can do) – As long as he needs me – As tears go by – As tiem goes by – At sundown – Auf Wiedersehen, my dear – Auld lang syne – Autumn in New York – Autumn nocturne – Avalon – Ave Maria (Schubert) – Away in the manger – Baby baby (I know you’re a lady) – Baby, don’t get hooked on me – Baby face – Baby, I’m-a want you – Il bacio (the kiss) – Ball of fire – Ballerina – Baltimore oriole – The band played on – Barbara Ann – Barney google – Battle hymn of the republic – Be my little baby bumble bee – The beat goes on – Beautiful Ohio – Beautiful you – Because – Beep beep – Beer barrel polka (roll out the barrel) – Before the next teardrop falls – Begin the beguine – Bei mir bist du schön (means that you’re grand) – Believe me if all those endearing young charms – Beside a babbling brook – The best of my love – Between the devil and the deep blue sea – Bewitched – Bidin’ my time – Big noise from Winnetka – Bill Bailey, won’t you please come home? – Bimbombey – Bird dog – A bird in the gilded cage – Birdland blues – The birth of the blues – Blame it on the Bossa Nova – Blow, Gabriel, blow – Blue champagne – The blue room – Blue and sentimental – Blue Danube – Blue gardenia – Blue tango – Blues for daddy-o – Blues in hoss’ flat – Blues in the night (my mamma done tol’ me) – Bob White (whatcha gonna swing tonight?) – Body and soul – The boll weevil – Boo-hoo – Born free – The boulevard of broken dreams – The bowery – Breezin’ along with the breeze – Brian’s song – Bridal chorus (from “Lohengrin”) – Breaking up is hard to do – Brighten the corner where you are – Brother, can you spare a dime – Brotherly shove – Bud on Bach – Buffalo gals – Bugle call rag – But not for me – But you know I love you – By a waterfall – By the beautiful sea – By the light of the silvery moon – Bye bye blackbird – Bye bye, love – Calcutta – Calendar girl – California here I come – California sun – Canadian capers – Can this be love? – Can you read my mind? (love theme from “Superman”) – Can’t we be friends? – Can’t we talk it over – Can’t yo’ hear me callin’ Caroline – Caravan – Careless love – Carolina in the morning – Carolina moon – Carry me back to old Virginny – Catch us if you can – Catching the sun – Cement mixer (put-ti, put-ti) – Chances are – Charleston – Chariots of fire – Cheatin’ on me – Cheerful little earful – Cherokee – Chi-baba chi-baba (my bambino go to sleep) – Chinatown, my Chinatown – Christmas auld lang syne – Christmas in Killarney – The Christmas waltz – Chussen kalle mazel tov – Cinnamon girl –Clair de lune – Clancy lowered the boom! – Clap yo’ hands – Clarinet polka – Close to you – The coffee song (they’ve got an awful lot of coffee in Brazil) – Collegiate – Come back to Sorrento – Come dance with me – Come fly with me – Come go with me – Come, Josephine in my flying machine – Come live with me – Comin’ thru the rye – Conquistador – The continental – Could I have this dance – Count every star – Coutnry gardens – Crazy rhythm – Crimson and clover – Cry – Cuddle up a little closer, lovey mine – A cup of coffee, a sandwich and you – Cute – Daddy’s home – Daisy Jane – Dance little bird – Dance of the infidels – Dance to the music – Dancing in the dark – Dancing on the ceiling – dancing with tears in my eyes – Darlin’ – Darn that dream – The daughter of Rosie O’Grady – Day by day – Day in-day out – Days of wine and roses – Daydream believer – Daytime friends – Deck the halls – Deep in a dream – Delicado (baiao) – The desert song – Devoted to you – Deyainu – Diamonds are a girl’s best friend – Die greene koseene (my little country cousin) – Dinah – Dixie – Dixieland delight – Do, do, do – Do nothin’ till you hear from me – Does the spearmint lose its flavor (on the bedpost over night?) – Dominique – Domino – Don’t bring Lulu – Don’t break the heart that loves you – Don’t cry Joe (let her go, let her go, let her go) – Don’t fence me in – Don’t forbid me – Don’t get around much anymore – Don’t take your love from me – Don’t you want me? – Down among the sheltering palms – Down by the O-H-I-O – Down by the riverside – Down in the valley – Down here on the ground – Down on 33rd and 3rd (thoity thoid and thoid) – Dream – A dream – Dream lover – Dream weaver – Drinking again – Drinking song – Duelin’ banjos – Early autumn – Early mornin’ rain – Earth angel – Ease on down the road – Easy come, easy go – El choclo (tango Argentine) – El watus! – Elogie – Embraceable you – Empty saddles – Enjoy yourself (it’s later than you think) – The entertainer – Etude (Chopin) – An evening prayer – Evergreen (love theme from “a star is born”) – Evergreen (a wedding song) – Everybody loves a lover – Everybody loves somebody – Everybody makes mistakes – Everybody’s somebody’s fool – Everybody’s talkin’ (echoes) – Every little movement – Everything is beautiful – Ev’rybody has the right to be wrong (at least once) – Exactly like you – Eye of the tiger (the theme from “Rocky III”) – Faith of our Fathers – Fanny Mae – Fantasie Impromptu (Chopin) – The farmer in the dell – Fascinating rhythm – Fascination – Feedin’ the fire – Feelings (dime) – Feels so right – Feliz navidad – Fernando – Fidgety feet – Theme from fifth symphony (Tchaikovsky) – Funiculi funicula – Finlandia – The first noel – The first time I saw your face – Five minutes more – Five o’clock world – Foolish little girl – Fools rush in – For me and my gal – Forty-second street – Frankie – Frankie and Johnny – Friend, lover, wife – From here to eternity – From me to you – Full moon and empty arms (based on Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2) – Für Elise (autumn leaf) – A gal in calico – The game of love – Get happy – Giant (this then is Texas) – Gimmie a little kiss (will ya, huh?) – Gimmie that old time religion – Girl of my dreams – Give me the simple life – Give my regards to Broadway – Gloria – The glory of love – Go away, little girl – Go down, Moses – Go tell it on the mountain – God rest ye merry gentlemen – Going my way – Gold and silver waltz – The gold diggers’ song (we’re in the money) – Gonna build a mountain –
  • Goodnight and goodmorning – Goodnight Irene – Good thing going – Good time Charlie’s got the blues – Goody goody – Gotta be this or that – The greatest performance of my life – Greensleeves – Guantanamera – Gypsy love song – H&T blues – Habanera (from “Carmen”) – Half-moon Street – Hallelujah! – The happiest girl in the whole U.S.A – Happy birthday, my darling – Happy birthday, sweet sixteen – Happy days are here again – Happy feet – Hard-hearted Hannah (the vamp of Savannah) – Harden my heart – Hark! The herald angels sing – Hatikvah (our hope) – Hats off to Larry – Havah Nagilah (come let us rejoice!) – Have a little faith in me – Have you ever been lonely? (have you ever been blue) – He ain’t heavy . . . He’s my brother – Hearts on fire – Helena polka – Hello central give me heaven – Hello! Ma baby – Help me make it through the night – Heer’s that rainy day – Here’s to my lady – He’s got the whole world in his hands – He’s only a prayer away – Hey! Baby – Hey! Jealous lover – Hey little one – (You love has lifted me) higher and higher – Hinky dinky parley-voo – His eye is on the sparrow – Hocus pocus – Hold me, thrill me, kiss me – Hold tight, hold tight (want some sea food mamma) – Holiday for strings – A holly jolly Christmas – (There’s no place like) home for the holidays – Home on the range – Home sweet home – Honky tonk (parts 1 & 2) – Hooked on a feeling – Hooray for Captain Spaulding – Hooray for Hollywood – Hop-scotch polka – The horizontal bop – A horse with no name – The house of the rising run – How come you like me like you do – How little we know – How long has this been going on? – How ya gonna keep ‘em down on the the farm (after they’ve seen paree) – Hula love – A hundred pounds of clay – The hustle – I asked the Lord – I believe – I believe in miracles – I believe in music – I believe in you – I can help – I can’t begin to tell you – I can’t believe that you’re in love with me – I can’t give you anything but love – I can’t love you anymore (any more than I do) – I can’t wait any longer – I cover the waterfront – I do, I do, I do, I do, I do – I don’t care – I don’t know why (I just do) – I don’t need you – I feel the earth move – I found a million dollar baby (in a five and ten cent store) – I found the answer – I get a kick out of you – I got to pieces – I got a name – I got rhythm – I got you babe – I gotta right to sing the blues – I guess I’ll have to change my plan – I had the craziest dream – I happen to like New York – I have but one heart (‘o marenariello) – I heard the bells on Chrsitmas day – I kiss your hand, madame – I know that you know – I left my heart in San Francisco – I let a song go out of my heart – I like it like that – I like mountain music – I like the likes of you – I love a parade – I love how you love me – I love Louisa – I love my friend – I love you truly – I may be wrong (but I think you’re wonderful) – I never will marry – I only have eyes for you – I saw her standing there – I see the ‘want to’ in your eyes – I should care – I surrender, dear – I thought about you – I understand – I wanna be around – I wanna be loved by you – I wanna be your man – I want to be happy – I want to spend my life with you (love theme from “the paper chase”) – I want you to be my girl – I wish I knew – Ida! Sweet as apple cider – I’d give a million tomorrows (for just one yesterday) – I wonder what’s become of Sally? – If – If I could be with you (one hour tonight) – If I love again – If there is someone lovelier than you – If you are but a dream – If you knew Susie (like I know Susie) – If you were the only girl in the world – I’ll always be in love with you – I’ll be around – I’ll be home for Christmas – I’ll build a stairway to paradise – I’ll catch the sun (Peter’s theme) – I’ll dance at your wedding – I’ll get by (as long as I have you) – I’ll get over you – I’ll have to say I love you in a song – I’ll never say “never again” again – I’ll only miss her when I think of her – I’ll see you again – I’ll sing you a thousand love songs – I’ll string along with you – I’ll take you home again Kathleen – I’ll walk alone – I’ll walk with God – I’m a believer – I’m a fool to want you – I’m an old cowhand (from the Rio Grande) – I’m falling in love with someone – I’m forever blowing bubbles – I’m gettin’ sentimental over you – I’m gonna sit right down and write myself a letter – I’m just a country boy – I’m just wild about Harry – I’m looking over a four leaf clover – I’m sepping out with a memory to-night – (I scream-you scream-we all scream for) Ice cream – Il Bacio (The kiss) – Imagination – In-a-gadda-da-vida – In a shanty in old shanty town – In my merry oldsmobile – In the chapel in the moonlight – In the garden – In the good old summertime – In the midnight hour – In the mood – In the shade of the old apple tree – Indian love call – Indian summer – Intermezzo (A love story) – Irish washerwoman – It came upon the midnight clear – It can’t be wrong – It doesn’t have to be that way – It don’t mean a thing (if it ain’t got that swing) – It had to be you – It happens every spring – It looks like rain in cherry blossom lane – It may be winter outside (but in my heart it’s spring) – Italian street song – It’s a long way to Daytona – It’s a most unusual day – It’s a sin to tell a lie – It’s all in the game – It’s been a long, long time – It’s ‘bout that time – It’s going to take some time – It’s magic – It’s not for me to say – It’s only a paper moon – It’s the talk of the town – It’s too late – It’s you or no one – Itsy bitsy teenie weenie yellow polka dot bikini – I’ve got a crush on you – I’ve got a gal in kalamazoo – I’ve got five dollars – I’ve got the world on a string – I’ve got rings on my fingers – I’ve heard that song before – Jalousie (jealousy) – The Japanese sandman – Java jive – Jazzman – Jean – Jeanie with the light brown hair – Jeepers creepers – Jersey bounce – Jim Dandy – Jimmy crack corn (bluetail fly) – Jimmy Valentine – Jingle bells – Johanna – The joker – Joseph! Joseph! – Joshua fought the battle of Jericho – Jumpin’ at the woodside – Just a cottage small (by a waterfall) – Just a little bit south of North Carolina – Just a memory – Just one of those things – Kashmiri song – Keep on loving you – Keep smiling at trouble (trouble’s a bubble) – Kentucky babe – The Kerry dance – The key to love (theme from “The Apartment”) – Kids (say the darndest things) – Killing me softly with his song – Kiss an angle good mornin’ – A kiss in the dark – Kiss me again – The kiss waltz – Kisses sweter than wine – Kokomo, Indiana – L’amour-toujours-l’amour (love everlasting) – La cinquantaine (the golden wedding) – La donna e mobile (from “Rigoletto”) – La vie en rose – The lady in red – Lady play your mandolin – Lady willpower – Largo (Handel) – Largo (from “The New World Symphony”) – Last train to Clarksville – The last round-up – Laugh! Clown! Laugh! – Laughing on the outside (crying on the inside) – Lay me down (roll me out to sea) – Leader of the pack – Learnin’ the blues – Lemon drops, lollipops, and sunbeams – Les bicyclettes de Belsize – Let a smile be your umbrella (on a rainy day) – Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! – Let me be your angel – Let me call you sweetheart (I’m in love with you) – Let the rest of the world go by – The letter – Let’s do it (let’s fall in love) – Let’s get away from it all – Let’s hang on – Let’s put out the lights and go to sleep – Let’s misbehave – Let’s take a walk around the block – Liebestraum (dream of love) – Life is a song (Let’s sing it together) – Li’l darlin’ – Limehouse blues – Listen to the mockingbird – Little Annie Rooney – A little independent – A little bit of heaven (shure they call it Ireland) – Little bitty pretty one – Little Bo Peep – Little brown jug –
  • The little dummer boy – Little Jack Horner – A little kiss each morning (A little kiss each night) – A little night music – Little old lady (from Pasadena) – Little Sir Echo – Little star – The little white duck – Little white lies – Liza (all the clouds’ll roll away) – Loch Lomond – Lollipop – London bridge – Lonely people – Lonely town – Loneliness – The look of love – Lookin’ for love – Looking for a boy – Louisiana hayride – Love and marriage – Love for sale – Love hurts – Love is alive – Love is sweeping the country – Love is the sweetest thing – Love lifted me – Love me, and the world is mine – Love me do – Love me or leave me – The love nest – Love sends a little gift of roses – Love the world away – Lover, come back to me! – Love’s old sweet song – Lovin’ what you lovin’ does to me – Lucky day – Luke and Leia (from “Return of the Jedi”) – Lullaby (Brahms) – Lullaby of birdland – Lullaby of Broadway – Lulu’s back in town – Lyin’ eyes – Mad dogs and Englishmen – Made in Japan – Theme from “mahogany’’ (Do you know where you’re going to?) – Mairzy doats – Make it with you – Make me a miracle! – Makin’ whoopee! – Mala femmena – The man I love – The man in the flying trapeze – Mandy – Mansion over the hilltop – Maple leaf rag – March of the toys – A marshmallow world – Mary had a little lamb – Mary’s a grand old name – Song from “M*A*S*H” (Suicide is painless) – (I’m afraid) The masquerade is over – The masterpiece (Theme from “The masterpiece theatre”) – Matilda – Maybe – Me and Bobby Mcgee – Mean to me – Meet me in St. Louis, Louie – Meet me to-night in dreamland – Mein yiddishe midele – Melody in F (A. Rubenstein) – Melody of love – Memories – Memory lane – Menuet a l’antique (Theme) – Merrily we roll along – The merry-go-round broke down – Merry widow waltz – Mexican hat dance – Michael, row the boat ashore – The midgets – Mighty ‘lak a rose – Mine – Minnie the moocher (The ho de ho song) – Minuet (Bach) – Minuet (Boccherini) – Minuet in G (Beethoven)—A miracle happened to me (it could happen to you) – Misery – Misirlou – Missing (theme from “Missing”) – Miss lovely – Miss Missouri – Miss Otis regrets (She’s unable to lunch today) – Mission bell – Mississippi mud – Misty – Misty memories – Moanin’ low – Mockin’ bird hill – Moments to remember – Monkey see-monkey do – Mony mony – Mood indigo – Moon over Miami – The moon was yellow (El amor llamo) – Moondance – Moonglow – Moonlight bay – The more I see you – More than I can say – The morning after – Morning dance – The most beautiful girl – Mother machree – The song from Moulin Rouge (Where is your heart) – Mountain greenery – Mr. Kenyatta – Musetta’s waltz (from “la boheme”) – (Put another nickel in) Music! music! music! – Mutt and jeff – My baby cares for me – My blue heaven – My bonnie – My boy lollipop – My buddy – My destiny – My gal sal (or, they they called her frivolous sal) –My heart at thy sweet voice (from “Samson and Delilah”) – My heart has a mind of its own – My heart stood still – My hero – My honey’s lovin’ arms – My isle of golden dreams – My love, forgive me (Amore, Scusami) – My mammy (the sun shines east- the sun shines west) – My melancholy baby – My melody of love – My old Kentucky home – My one and only love – My own true love (based on Tara Theme) – My prayer – My special angel – My sweetheart’s the man in the moon – My time is your time – My wild Irish rose – Nadia’s theme (the young and the restless) – Nagasaki – Nancy (with the laughing face) – Neapolitan love song – Near you – Nearer my god to thee – Never my love – New York, New York – Nice ‘n’ easy – Night and day – Nights in white satin – Nine hundred miles – Nine to five – No arms can ever hold you (like these arms of mine) – Nobody’s sweetheart – No, no, Nanette – Noel, Noel – Non dimenticar (T’ho volute bene) – None but the lonely heart – Not a day goes by – O Christmas tree (O tannenbaum) – O come all ye faithful (Adeste Fidelis) – O holy night – O little town of Bethlehem – O sole mio – Ode to joy (Jesu, joy of man’s desire) – Of thee I sing – Oh dear, what can the matter be? – Oh, Johnny oh – Oh Julie – Oh, lady be good! – Oh! Look at me now – Oh, my darling Clementine – Oh! My papa (o mein papa) – Oh-oh I’m falling in love again – Oh promise me! – Oh Susannah – Oh! Carol – Oh! You beautiful doll – Oh, you crazy moon – Ohio – Old black Joe – Old Cape Cod – The old Chisholm trail – Old folks at home (Swanee river) – The old grey mare – The old spinning wheel – Oliver! – On behalf of the visiting firemen – On Broadway – On the banks of the Wabash – On the boardwalk (in Atlantic city) – On the sunny side of the street – On top of old smokey – Once in a lifetime – One alone – One fine day – One kiss – One of these nights – Only in your heart – Only love can break your heart – Only one love in my life – Only you (and you alone) – Operator (that’s not the way it feels) – Opus one – Our waltz – Over and over – Oye como va – Love theme from “Pagliacci” (Vesti La Giubba) – Painting the clouds with sunshine – Paloma blanca – Papa, won’t you dance with me? – Paper roses – Para los rumberos – Pardon my southern accent – A Parisian thoroughfare – Party lights – Penny arcade – Pennsylvania polka – Peppermint twist – Personality – (You’ve got) personality – Photographs and memories – Piano concerto no. 1 (Tschaikowsky) – Picnic (theme from “picnic”) – Pizzicato polka (from the ballet “Sylvia”) – Please be kind – Please don’t talk about me when I’m gone – Please don’t tell me how the story ends – Pocketful of miracles – Polka dots and moonbeams – Polly wolly doodle – Polonaise, op. 53 – Pomp and circumstance (military march no.1) – Poor butterfly – Pop! Goes the weasel – Prelude (opus 28, no. 4-Chopin) – Pretty baby – Princess Leia’s theme (from “Star Wars”) – Prisoner of love – Problems – P.s. I love you (Mercer-Jenkins) – P.s. I love you (Lennon-McCartney) – Put ‘em in a box, tie ‘em with a ribbon (and throw ‘em in the deep blue sea) – Put on your grey bonnet – Put your dreams away (for another day) – Put your hand in the hand – Quando, quando, quando (tell me when) – Quintessence – Raining in my heart – A rainy night in Georgia – Ramblin’ round – Reach out – Red sails in the sunset – Remember me? – Reverie (Debussy) – Rhapsody in blue – Rhinestone cowboy – Rhythm of the rain – Ride like the wind – The riff song – Ring-a-ling-a-lario – Rise ‘n’ shine – The river Kwai march – The river seine (la seine) – Roamin’ in the gloamin’ – Rock-a-bye your baby with a dixie melody – Rock island line – Rock ‘n’ roll heaven – Rockin’ around the Christmas tree – Rockin’ robin – Rocky top – Romeo and Juliet (theme) – The rose – The rose of Tralee – Rose of Washington Square – Rose-Marie – ‘Round her neck she wears a yellow ribbon – ‘Round midnight – ‘Round the mulberry bush – The roving kind – Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer – Runaway – Run to him – Run, woman, run – Runnin’ wild – ‘S wonderful – Sabre Dance (from “Gayne ballet”) – Sail away – Santa Lucia – Saturday night (is the loneliest night of the week) – Scarlet ribbons (for her hair) – Scatterbrain – School days (when we were a couple of kids) – Secret love – Secretly – See saw Marjorie daw – See you in the funny papers – Seems like old times – Semper fidelis (March) – Send in the clowns – September in the rain – September song – Serenade (Romberg) – Serenade in blue – Serenata – 77 Sunset Strip – Sha, sha, der rebbe gait – Shadow waltz – She loves you – She was just a sailor’s sweetheart –
  • She’ll be comin’ round the mountain – She’s a Latin from Manhattan – She’s actin’ single (I’m drinkin’ doubles) – She’s out of my life – The sheik of Araby – Shein vi di l’vone – Shenandoah – S-h-i-n-e – A shine on your shoes – Shoe shine boy – Sholom alaichem (peace to all) – Shout – Shuffle off to Buffalo – Side by side – The sidewalks of New York (east side, west side) – Silent night – Silver threads among the gold – Since I fell for you – Sing a song for sixpence – Sing something simple – Skip to my lou – skylark – The sleeping beauty waltz – Sleigh ride – Slide off of your satin sheets – Slightly out of tune (desafinado) – Slow down – Smack dab in the middle – Smiles – Smoke rings – Snowbird – Softly, as in a morning sunrise – Solitude – Somebody bigger than you and I – Somebody like me – Somebody loves me – Someday we’ll meet again – Someone loves you, honey – Someone to light up my life – Someone to watch over me – Someone’s rocking my dreamboat – Somethin’ cute – Something to remember you by – Something you got – Something’s gotta give – Sometimes a day goes by – Sometimes I’m happy – Somewhere along the way – Sonata no. 3 (Mozart) – Soon – Sophisticated lady – S.o.s – Soulita – South America, take it away! – South American way – Southern nights – Spanish eyes – Speak low – Speed ball – St. James infirmary – Stand by America – Stand by your man – Star dust – Star Wars (main theme) – The stars and stripes forever (March) – Stars fell on Alabama – The star spangled banner – Statues without hearts – Stormy Monday blues – The story of a starry night – Stouthearted men – Stranger on the shore – Streets of New York – Strike up the bandi – A string of pearls – Stupid cupid – Sugar foot rag – Sugar mountain – Subtle rebuttal – The summer knows (Theme from “Summer of ‘42”) – Summer me, winter me (Theme from “Picasso summer”) – Theme from “A summer place” – Summertime blues – Summer wind – Sunday, Monday or always – Sunrise serenade – Theme from “Superman” – Surf city – Suspicious minds – Theme from “Swan Lake” (Tschaikowsky) – Swanee – Swayin’ to the music (slow dancin’) – Swedish rhapsody (midsummer vigil) – (You’re the flower of my heart) sweet Adeline – Sweet by and by – Sweet Georgia Brown – Sweet Lorraine – Sweet Marie – Sweet talkin’ guy – The sweetest story ever told – The sweetest thing (I’ve ever known) – Swinging on a star – A swingin’ safari – The swingin’ shepherd blues – The syncopated clock – Symphony no. 6 (“Pathetique”- Tschaikowsky) – Ta-ra-ra boom-de-a – Take a chance on me – Take it to the limit – Take this job and shove it – Tales from the Vienna woods – Tammany – Tapestry – Tarantella – A taste of honey – Tea for two – Teach me tonight – Tell Laura I love her – Ten cents a dance – (Love is) the tender trap – Tequila sunrise – Thank heaven for you – Thank you, lord – That certain feeling – That certain party – That wonderful mother of mine – That’s an Irish lullaby (too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral) – That’s all – That’s my desire – That’s my weakness now – Then I’ll be tired of you – There are such things – There is a tavern in the town – There is no Christmas like a home Christmas – There must be a way – There’s no you – There’s someone to help you – There’s yes! Yes! In your eyes – There’ll be a hot time in the old town tonight – They’re either too young or too old – The things we did last summer – Thinking of you – This is it! (Theme from “The Bugs Bunny Show”) – This land is your land – This love of mine – This old man (knick knack) – This time the dream’s on me – The thorn birds theme – Those were the days – Thou swell – Three coins in the fountain – Three little words – The thunderer – Tie a yellow ribbon ‘round the ole oak tree – Tighter, tighter – Till we meet again – Time after time – A time for love – Time in a bottle – Tin man --- Tip toe – Tip-toe thru’ the tulips with me – ‘Tis autumn – To sir, with love – Tom dooley – Too beautiful to last (Theme from “Nicholas and Alexandra”) – Too fat polka (She’s too fat for me) – Too marvelous for words – Toreador song (from “Carmen”) – The touch of love – Toyland – Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! – The trail of the lonesome pine – Try a little kindness – Tryin’ to get the feeling again – Tuesday afternoon (Forever afternoon) – Tupelo honey – Turkey in the straw – Turn the world around – Tuxedo junction – Twilight time – Twinkle twinkle little star – Two guitars – Two hearts in ¾ time – Tzena (Tzena, Tzena, Tzena) – Unbeknownst – Under a blanket of blue – Under the bamboo tree – Until I met you (corner pocket) – Up on the roof – Valencia – Theme from “Valley of the Dolls” – Vaya con dios (May god be with you) – Venus in blue jeans – A very precious love – The very thought of you – Vieni, Vieni – Vienna, my city of dreams – Volga boat song – The Wabash cannonball – Wagon wheels – Wait till the sun shines, Nellie – Wake the town and tell the people – Walk on the wild side – A walkin’ miracle – Waltz for Debby – Waltz (from “Die Fiedermaus”) – The wang wang blues – Wanting you – Wanted – Was that the human thing to do – The Washington post (march) – Waterloo – ‘Way down yonder in New Orleans – The way we were – We’re over – We belong together – We may never love like this again – We wish you a merry Christmas – The wearing of the green (Oh! Paddy dear) – Wedding march (Mendelsohn) – What can I say after I say I’m sorry – What is love? – What is this thing called love? – What kind of fool am I? – What now my love – What’s new? – When a gypsy makes his violin cry – When a man loves a woman – When day is done – When Irish eyes are smiling – When it’s sleepy time down south – When Johnny comes marching home – When lights are low – When my dreamboat comes home – When my sugar walks down the street (all the little birdies go tweet-tweet-tweet) – When the saints go marching in – When the swallows come back to Capistrano – When you and I were young, Maggie – When your lover has gone – When you’re smiling (the whole world smiles with you) – Where have all the flowers gone? – Where is love? – Where the blue of the night meets the gold of the day – Where the boys are – Where you’re concerned – While strolling through the park – While we’re young – Whispering bells – (There’ll be blue birds over) the white cliffs of dover – Who can I turn to (When nobody needs me) – Who cares? (so long as you care for me) – Who me? – Who’s sorry now? – Whole lotta love – Why – Why do fools fall in love? – Why do I love you? – Why me? – Why shouldn’t I? – Wildfire – Will you love me in December (As you do in May) – Theme from “William tell overture”) – Wintergreen for president – Winter wonderland – With a song in my heart – With these hands – With this ring (I wed thee) – Wonderful! Wonderful! – Wonderland by night – Would you like to take a walk? (Sump’n good’ll come from that) – Wrap your troubles in dreams (and dream your troubles away) – Wus geven is geven nitu (memories of days gone by) – Ya ya – Yankee doodle – The yankee doodle boy
  • The yellow rose of texas – Yes indeed! – Yes, Mr. Peters – Yes sir, that’s my baby – Yesterday, when I was young – Yoo-hoo – You and I (in old Versailles) – You and the night and the music – You are too beautiful – You can’t be true dear (Du kannst nicht treu sein) – You decorated my life – You do something to me – You go to my head – You make me feel so young – You must have been a beautiful baby – You oughta be in pictures – You tell me your dream, I’ll tell you mine – You took advantage of me – You’ll never know – You’re a grand old flag – You’re an old smoothie – You’re driving me crazy! (what did I do?) – You’re getting to be a habit with me – You’re gonna hear from me – You’re my everything – You’re sixteen – You’re the top – You’ve got a friend – You’ve lost that lovin’ feeling – Young at heart – Young and healthy – Young girl – Your eyes have told me so – Yours is my heart alone – Zigeuner – Zing! Went the strings of my heart.
Music Library
Music recording
5 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (120 p. : ill. (some col.), ports. ; 31 cm)
  • The dying girl's farewell ; Tell mother I will meet her (Ernest V. Stoneman, E. Kahle Brewer, Walter Mooney)
  • The mountaineer's courtship (Ernest V. Stoneman, Miss Irma Frost, Uncle Eck Dunford)
  • Midnight on the stormy deep (Ernest V. Stoneman, Miss Irma Frost)
  • Sweeping through the gates ; I know my name is there ; Are you washed in the blood? ; No more good-byes ; The Resurrection (take 1) ; The Resurrection (take 2) ; I am resolved (take 1) ; I am resolved (take 2) (Ernest V. Stoneman & his Dixie Mountaineers)
  • I want to go where Jesus is ; Do, Lord, remember me ; Old ship of Zion ; Jesus getting us ready for that great day ; Happy in prison ; Don't grieve after me (Ernest Phipps & his Holiness Quartet)
  • What will I do, for my money's all gone (Uncle Eck Dunford, Hattie Stoneman)
  • The whip-poor-will's song
  • Skip to ma Lou, my darling (Uncle Eck Dunford)
  • Barney McCoy (Uncle Eck Dunford, Ernest Stoneman)
  • Old time corn shuckin', part 1 ; Old time corn shuckin', part 2 (Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers)
  • The jealous sweetheart (take 1) ; The jealous sweetheart (take 2) ; A passing policeman ; Just a message from Carolina (Johnson Brothers)
  • The wreck of the Virginian (take 1) ; The wreck of the Virginian (take 2) ; I mean to live for Jesus ; You must unload ; Walking in the way with Jesus (take 1) ; Walking in the way with Jesus (take 2) (Blind Alfred Reed)
  • Two brothers are we ; The soldier's poor little boy (Johnson Brothers with Tennessee Wildcats)
  • I want to see my mother (ten thousand miles away) (Johnson Brothers)
  • Pot licker blues ; Narrow gauge blues (El Watson)
  • Cold penitentiary blues ; Oh Molly dear ; Pretty Polly ; Darling Cora (B.F. Shelton)
  • Called to the foreign field ; I am bound for the promised land ; Where we'll never grow old ; When they ring the golden bells ; To the work (Alfred G. Karnes)
  • Train on the island ; Black-eyed Susie (J.P. Nester)
  • Johnny Goodwin (Bull Mountain Moonshiners)
  • Bury me under the weeping willow ; Little log cabin by the sea ; The poor orphan child ; The storms are on the ocean ; Single girl, married girl ; The wandering boy (the Carter Family)
  • Remember me, O mighty one ; I'm redeemed (Alcoa Quartet)
  • Henry Whitter's fox chase ; Rain Crow Bill (Henry Whitter)
  • Big bend gal ; Suzanna gal ; Sandy River belle (take 1) ; Sandy River belle (take 2) ; Billy Grimes, the rover (the Shelor Family)
  • The Newmarket wreck ; On the banks of the sunny Tennessee (Mr. & Mrs. J.W. Baker)
  • The soldier's sweetheart ; Sleep baby sleep (Jimmie Rodgers)
  • The longest train I ever saw ; Sweet heaven when I die ; Miss 'Liza, poor gal (Tenneva Ramblers)
  • Greasy string ; Your blue eyes run me crazy (West Virginia Coon Hunters)
  • Standing on the promises ; At the river (Tennessee Mountaineers)
  • My name is Ticklish Reuben ; Way down in Alabama (Smyth County Ramblers)
  • Do not wait 'till I'm laid 'neath the clay ; The days of my childhood plays ; We shall all be reunited (Alfred G. Karnes)
  • If the light has gone out in your soul ; Went up in the clouds of heaven ; I know that Jesus set me free ; Shine on me ; Bright tomorrow ; A little talk with Jesus (Ernest Phipps & his Holiness Singers) ; I cannot be your sweetheart ; Three black sheep (Howard-Peak (the Blind Musicians))
  • Good-night darling ; Little bunch of roses (Clarence Greene)
  • The broken-hearted lover (the Stoneman Family)
  • Angeline, the baker ; Old shoes and leggin's (Uncle Eck Dunford)
  • We parted by the riverside (the Stoneman Family)
  • Down to Jordan and be saved ; There's a light lit up in Galilee (Ernest Stoneman's Dixie Mountaineers)
  • Going up the mountain after liquor, part 1 ; Going up the mountain after liquor, part 2 ; The Spanish merchant's daughter ; Too late (the Stoneman Family)
  • I'll be happy ; Like the rainbow ; Because I love him ; Come to the Savior ; Do your best, then wear a smile ; We shall reach home (the Stamps Quartet)
  • My mother is waiting for me in heaven above ; She has climbed the golden stair (Smith Brothers)
  • We'll sing on that shore ; Singing the story of grace ; Help me to find the way ; He'll be with me (the Palmer Sisters) ; Brownie blues ; Unknown blues (Tarter & Gay)
  • Where is my mamma? ; When you go a'courtin' ; I sat upon the river bank ; New Orleans is the town I like best ; She tells me that I am sweet ; Mr. Brown, here I come (Carolina Twins)
  • I truly understand, you love another man ; My mother's hands (Shortbuckle Roark & family).
Music Library
Music recording
4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (95 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.)
  • Disk 1. Survey. La grondeuse = (The scolding woman) (Fidel Martin)
  • Blues (Eddie Bowles)
  • 12th Street rag (Frosty Lamb and Buzz Fountain)
  • Danish galop (Dwight "Red" Lamb)
  • Broke down engine (Tony Bryant)
  • J'ai passé devant ta porte (The Balfa Brothers and Nathan Abshire)
  • Colinda (The Balfa Brothers and Nathan Abshire
  • Garfield (Jake Staggers)
  • The devil song (child 275) (Bobby McMillon)
  • Unnamed tune (John W. Summers)
  • Going across the prairie (Kirk Brandenberger and Art Rosenbaum)
  • Muddy roads of Georgia (Uncle John Patterson)
  • Georgia blues (Cecil Barfield)
  • Billy Staffer (the state of Arkansas) (Laws H 1) (Mary Lomax)
  • Cindy in the summertime (Eller Brothers)
  • General Lee's surrender (Ross Brown and Howard Cunningham)
  • Shortnin' bread (Neal Patman)
  • Free little bird (Juanita and Oscar "Shorty" Shehan)
  • The soldier and the lady (Laws P14) (Juanita and Oscar "Shorty" Shehan)
  • Big road blues (Shirley Griffith)
  • Harlan County farewell tune (rambling hobo) (Pete Steele)
  • Marmaduke's hornpipe (Earl Murphy and Andy Carlson)
  • Jonah (Bert Hare)
  • Turkey in the straw (Smokey McKinnis and Bob Black)
  • Paddy on the turnpike (Clester Hounchell)
  • Play party songs: In this ring / I'd rather be a farmer's boy (Anna Sandage Underhill
  • Mulberry gap / Cumberland gap (The Chancey Brothers)
  • Fred Rogers' reel (Louis and Henry Riendeau)
  • Goin' where the Monon crosses the yellow dog (Scrapper Blackwell).
  • Disk 2. Religious. Welcome home (Brown's Chapel Choir)
  • The river of Jordan (Myers Family and Friends)
  • Brother, you ought t've been there (Fleeta and Rev. Nathaniel Mitchell with Lucy and Brady "Doc" Barnes)
  • New prospect (Georgia Sacred Harp Convention)
  • No man can love me like Jesus (Bert Hare)
  • He's calling me (Ebenezer East Church)
  • Out of my bondage (Gordon Tanner and Smokey Joe Miller)
  • Mother, tell me of the angels (Tickanetley Primitive Baptist Church)
  • No room at the hotel (Otha Cooper)
  • Let's have a family prayer (The Traveling Inner Lights
  • Over in the glory land (Golden River Grass)
  • A charge to keep I have (Rev. Willie Mae Eberhart, Sister Fleeta Mitchell and Eddie Ruth Pringle)
  • How long the train been gone? (Jake Staggers and Family)
  • Lord, remember me (Pilgrim's Rest Primitive Baptist Church)
  • Eve and Adam (pickin' up leaves) (McIntosh County Shouters)
  • There's a man going around taking names (Otha Cooper and Imogene Riggens)
  • Savior, don't you pass me by (Lucy and Brady "Doc" Barnes)
  • Oh that terrible day (Laethe Eller and Berthie Rogers)
  • I know I got religion (Cora Thompson)
  • Dry bones (Silver Light Gospel Singers)
  • Walk with me (House of God, Sarasota, Florida).
  • Disk 3. Accompanied songs and ballads. I wish I was a mole in the ground (The Chancey Brothers)
  • Going to Georgia (The Eller Family)
  • Southern Texas (George Gibson)
  • Raise a ruckus tonight (Lucy and Brady "Doc" Barnes)
  • The rambling boy (Laws L12) (Myers Family and Friends)
  • Want to go to Cuba, can't go now (Shorty Ralph Reynolds)
  • The boat's up the river (Ola Belle Reed)
  • Hog drivers (Pat Hudson)
  • As I walked out one morning in spring (W. Guy Bruce)
  • Devilish Mary (Gordon Tanner and Smokey Joe Miller)
  • Barbara Allen (Child 84) (Buell Kazee)
  • Steamboat Bill (Jack Bean)
  • John Henry (Laws I1) (Lawrence Eller and Ross Brown)
  • John Henry (Laws I1) (Mose Parker)
  • John Hardy (Laws I2) (Willard Benson)
  • Old Joe Clark (Myers Family and Friends)
  • The miller's will (Laws Q21) (Dr. C. B. Skelton)
  • On top of Old Smoky (Lawrence Eller)
  • Last payday at Coal Creek (Pete Steele)
  • The wreck on the CC&O Road (Laws G3) (Helen McDuffie and Leasie Whitmire)
  • Quit that ticklin' me (Buzz Fountain)
  • Going up the country (some kind of blues) (Mabel Cawthorn)
  • Talking blues (Myers Family and Friends)
  • Don't go riding down that old Texas trail (The Eller Brothers and Ross Brown)
  • Ring ching ching (Jack Bean).
  • Disk 4. Unaccompanied songs and ballads. Fair and tender maidens (Mary Lomax)
  • The birds' song (Vergil Sandage)
  • The elfin knight (Child 2) (Anna Sandage Underhill)
  • Gypsy Davy (Child 200) (Stan Gilliam)
  • Black Jack Davy (Child 200) (Mary Lomax)
  • Black Jack Davy (Child 200) (Ray Rhodes)
  • The battle of Stone River (Oscar "Doc" Parks)
  • Froggy went a-courting (The Phillips Wonders)
  • The factory girl (Mary Heekin)
  • I'm a noble soldier (Jim Cook)
  • The young man's lament (Anna Sandage Underhill)
  • The butcher's boy (Laws P24) (Vern Smelser)
  • Lady Lye (Child 79) (Ollie Gilbert)
  • Lullabies (Stan Gilliam)
  • Utah Carl (Laws B4) (Ollie Gilbert)
  • Billy Button (Mary Ruth Moore)
  • Ring plays (Oneitha Ellison and Group)
  • Mohawk love song (Mr. and Mrs. Lazore)
  • Shenandoah (Alice Gerrard)
  • Two little boys (Greg and Lala Brown)
  • Down in the Arkansas (Mary Lomax)
  • I'll drink and be jolly (Bonnie Loggins)
  • We'll march around the wall (Brady "Doc" Barnes)
  • John came home (Child 274) (Vern Smelser)
  • The farm out west (Margaret Kimmett)
  • Frankie and Johnny (Laws I3) (Ray Rhodes)
  • The farmer's son (Mistress Della Mae Reedy)
  • The famous wedding (Laws P3I) (Maude Thacker)
  • Sail away, lady / Greenback (Stan Gilliam)
  • The lame soldier (Sudie Parks)
  • Pearl Bryan (Laws F2) (Oscar "Doc" Parks)
  • Sing, sing, what'll I sing? (Bonnie Loggins).
Music Library
Music recording
12 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 guide (43 p. : ill., ports. ; 30 cm)
  • CD 1. Casey Jones was his name
  • Southbound
  • The streamlined cannonball
  • Lonesome whistle
  • Waiting for a train
  • The wreck of the Number Nine
  • Pan American
  • Big wheels
  • Ghost trains
  • Chattanooga choo choo
  • The last ride
  • The crazy engineer
  • One more ride
  • The wreck of the Old '97
  • Crazy little train of love
  • Any old time
  • Blue yodel #10
  • Travelin' blues
  • Never no' mo' blues
  • Gambling polka dot blues
  • You and my old guitar
  • Roll along Kentucky moon
  • Moonlight and skies
  • The one rose (that's left in my heart)
  • Tuck away my lonesome blues
  • Down the old road to home
  • I'm sorry we met.
  • CD 2. Chasin' a rainbow
  • The last ride
  • Doggone that train
  • Father Time and Mother Love
  • I heard my heart break last night
  • Walkin' and talkin'
  • Rockin' rollin' ocean (with wave effect)
  • Miller's Cave
  • Dreamer's island
  • The change of the tide
  • I'm movin' on
  • The golden rocket
  • My mother
  • I don't hurt anymore
  • Conscience I'm guilty
  • I'm asking for a friend
  • Bluebird Island
  • (Now and then there's) a fool such as I
  • Marriage vow
  • With this ring I thee wed
  • Rockin' rollin' ocean (without wave effect)
  • My Nova Scotia home
  • The tramp's story
  • Life time blues
  • Maple leaves
  • Casey's washerwoman boogie (instrumental)
  • Hawaiian sunset (instrumental).
  • CD 3. The man who robbed the bank at Santa Fe
  • The man behind the gun
  • The restless one
  • Call of the wild
  • (Town of) Laredo
  • Way out there
  • Patanio, the pride of the plains
  • The queen of draw poker town
  • On the rhythm range
  • Chant of the wanderer
  • The wayward wind
  • Following the sun all day
  • The Texas plains
  • Patanio, the pride of the plains
  • Teardrops in my heart
  • Tumbling tumbleweeds
  • Heart break trail
  • Cool water
  • Ridin' home
  • At the rainbow's end.
  • CD 4. Ninety miles an hour (down a dead end street)
  • My memories of you
  • The wishing well
  • I stepped over the line
  • Ninety days
  • The wedding picture
  • I've cried a mile
  • Listen
  • Friend
  • When today is a long time ago
  • Black diamond
  • Ancient history
  • You're losing your baby
  • You're the reason
  • It's a little more like heaven
  • I went to your wedding
  • Just a faded petal from a beautiful bouquet
  • Blue roses
  • Human
  • Breakfast with the blues
  • Down the trail of achin' hearts
  • Let me go lover
  • Tangled mind
  • The next voice you hear
  • Stolen moments
  • The gal who invented kissin'
  • The gold rush is over
  • Just a faded petal from a beautiful bouquet
  • A letter from Vietnam (to mother).
  • CD 5. Poor little Jimmie
  • Beggar to a king
  • The count down
  • Down at the pawnshop
  • I know
  • You take the future (and I'll take the past)
  • Dog bone
  • If I try hard enough
  • You're losing your baby
  • Poison love (with Chet Atkins, duet vocal)
  • A legend in my time
  • Bury me deep
  • Fräulein
  • Mansion on the hill
  • Send me the pillow that you dream on
  • A petal from a faded rose
  • Return to me
  • That heart belongs to me
  • I'll go on alone
  • I care no more
  • I love you because
  • Address unknown
  • The rhumba boogie
  • Music makin' mama from Memphis
  • The change of the tide
  • These hands
  • Born for you
  • The late and great love (of my heart)
  • Who will answer (aleluya #1).
  • CD 6. Promised to John / (with Anita Carter)
  • If today were yesterday / (with Anita Carter)
  • For sale / (with Anita Carter)
  • Rose of old Monterey / (with Anita Carter)
  • My adobe hacienda / (with Anita Carter)
  • I never will marry / (with Anita Carter)
  • Mockin' Bird Hill / (with Anita Carter)
  • No letter today / (with Anita Carter)
  • I dreamed of an old love affair / (with Anita Carter)
  • If it's wrong to love you / (with Anita Carter)
  • When my blue moon turns to gold again / (with Anita Carter)
  • Let's pretend / (with Anita Carter)
  • A pair of broken hearts / (with Anita Carter)
  • I've been everywhere
  • Jamaica farewell
  • The blue Canadian Rockies
  • Geisha girl
  • When it's springtime in Alaska
  • Galway Bay
  • My Filipino rose
  • Lili Marlene
  • Melba from Melbourne
  • The Atlantic Coastal Line
  • Isle of Sicily
  • The gypsy and me
  • I ain't been anywhere.
  • CD 7. Sonny Boy / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Indian love call / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Unchained melody / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Beautiful dreamer / (with Chet Atkins)
  • My isle of golden dreams / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Brahms' lullaby / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Blue tango / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Dark moon / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Vaya con Dios / (with Chet Atkins)
  • In an old Dutch garden, by an old Dutch mill / (with Chet Atkins)
  • I can't stop loving you / (with Chet Atkins)
  • The convict and the rose / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Limbo rock / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Hold me tight / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Tammy / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Jamaica farewell / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Everybody does it in Hawaii / (with Chet Atkins)
  • I saw the light / (with Chet Atkins)
  • The green leaves of summer / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Difficult / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Wheels / (with Chet Atkins)
  • Tiptoeing / (with Chet Atkins)
  • The waltz you saved for me
  • Lay my head beneath the rose
  • Whispering hope
  • Wabash blues
  • Sentimental journey
  • Am I losing you?
  • I get the blues when it rains
  • Sweet Marie
  • Birth of the blues.
  • CD 8. White Christmas
  • Little stranger (in a manger)
  • Christmas roses
  • Silent night
  • C-h-r-i-s-t-m-a-s
  • White Christmas
  • Blue Christmas
  • The reindeer boogie
  • Frosty the snowman
  • Christmas wants
  • Rudolph, the red nosed reindeer
  • God is my Santa Claus
  • The Christmas cannonball
  • A letter to Santa Claus
  • Nestor, the long eared Christmas donkey
  • The face on the barroom floor
  • Dangerous Dan McGrew
  • The cremation of Sam McGee
  • The spell of the Yukon
  • The ballad of blasphemous Bill
  • The ballad of one-eyed Mike
  • The ballad of hard luck Henry
  • My friends.
  • CD 9. He'll understand and say well done
  • I saw a man
  • A rich man am I
  • Jesus wept
  • I'm moving on to glory
  • Gloryland march
  • Farther along
  • Invisible hands
  • The last mile of the way
  • Sweet hour of prayer
  • These things shall pass
  • His hands
  • What then
  • The Lord's way of sayin' goodnight
  • Dear Lord, remember me
  • I see Jesus
  • My religion's not old fashioned
  • I'm glad I'm on the inside (looking out)
  • The runt
  • How big is God
  • Shop worn
  • A man who is wise
  • This train
  • I'll go marching into glory
  • I'd rather be on the inside looking out
  • Lord it's me again
  • Lord I do believe
  • A rich man am I
  • What then.
  • CD 10. Learnin' a new way of life
  • Wildflower
  • Little Joe
  • Put your arms around me
  • The color song
  • Your little band of gold
  • The prisoner's dream
  • The answer to "Little blossom"
  • There's a star spangled banner waving somewhere
  • Old Rover
  • Mother I thank you (for the Bible you gave)
  • The prisoner's song
  • Walking the last mile
  • Rocking alone in an old rocking chair
  • Lonesome 7-7203
  • She wears my ring
  • White silver sands
  • Trouble in mind
  • Mary Ann regrets
  • Six days on the road
  • Bumming around
  • From Jack to a king
  • Gonna find me a bluebird
  • Sweet lies
  • In the misty moonlight
  • Handcuffed to love
  • What more can I say?
  • I wish my heart could talk.
  • CD 11. Hula love
  • Cry my guitar, cry on
  • Beyond the reef
  • To you my sweetheart, aloha
  • Oahu rose
  • Blue for old Hawaii
  • Don't sing aloha when I go
  • Hawaiian cowboy
  • My little grass shack in Kealakekua, Hawaii
  • On the beach in Waikiki
  • Tradewinds
  • Hawaiian sunset (instrumental)
  • Pearly shells
  • On that Hawaiian shore with you
  • Now is the hour
  • Tears in the tradewinds
  • King's serenade (instrumental)
  • The whispering tradewinds (instrumental)
  • Spanish fireball
  • 'Cross the brazos at Waco
  • El Paso
  • Caribbean
  • Senorita Rosalita
  • Cuba rhumba
  • Nuevo Laredo
  • Vaya con Dos
  • Blue rose of the Rio
  • Maria Elena
  • Among my souvenirs (instrumental).
  • CD 12. Miami snow
  • Springtime in the Rockies
  • Blossoms in the springtime
  • At the first fall of snow
  • Snowbird
  • The seasons
  • Roses in the snow
  • Flying south
  • January
  • You're as welcome as the flowers in May
  • Peach picking time in Georgia
  • All nite cafe
  • The tip of my fingers
  • He dropped the world in my hands
  • Blue, blue day
  • It kind a reminds me of me
  • All the time
  • Blue side of lonesome
  • There goes my everything
  • Once more you're mine again
  • A million and one
  • Green, green grass of home
  • A wound time can't erase
  • I just wanted to know (how the wind was blowing)
  • Cure for the blues
  • That's when the hurtin' sets in
  • Rome wasn't built in a day
  • The name of the game was love
  • Adios amigos.
Music Library
Book
535 p. ; 24 cm
  • Just like another intro
  • Some further notes on method
  • Song information
  • 1974
  • 301: Lily, Rosemary, and the Jack of Hearts
  • 302: Tangled up in blue
  • 303: You're a big girl now
  • 304: Shelter from the storm
  • 305: Bell tower blues
  • 306: If you see her, say hello
  • 307: Call letter blues
  • 308: There ain't gonna be a next time
  • 309: Where do you turn (turning point)?
  • 310: It's breakin' me up
  • 311: Simple twist of fate
  • 312: Idiot wind
  • 313: Don't want no married woman
  • 314: You're gonna make me lonesome when you go
  • 315: Up to me
  • 316: Ain't it funny
  • 317: Little bit of rain
  • 318: Buckets of rain
  • 319: Meet me in the morning
  • 1975-6
  • 320: Money blues
  • 321: Footprints in the sand
  • 322: One more cup of coffee (valley below)
  • 323: Golden loom
  • 324: Oh sister
  • 325: Abandoned love
  • 326: Isis
  • 327: Joey
  • 328: Rita May
  • 329: Hurricane
  • 330: Black diamond bay
  • 331: Catfish
  • 332: Mozambique
  • 333: Romance in Durango
  • 334: Sara
  • 335: Sign language
  • 336: Wiretappin'
  • 337: Patty's gone to Laredo
  • 338: What will you do when Jesus comes?
  • 339: Seven days
  • 1977-8
  • 340: I'm cold
  • 341: Changing of the guards
  • 342: Is your love in vain?
  • 343: Senor (tales of Yankee power)
  • 344: No time to think
  • 345: True love tends to forget
  • 346: We better talk this over
  • 347: Where are you tonight? (journey through dark heat)
  • 348: First to say goodbye
  • 349: Her version of jealousy
  • 350: If I don't be there by morning
  • 351: Walk out in the rain
  • 352: Coming from the heart (the road is long)
  • 353: New pony
  • 354: Baby stop crying
  • 355: Stop now
  • 356: Afternoon
  • 357: Romance blues
  • 358: Satisfy me
  • 359: Baby give it up
  • 360: Someone else's arms
  • 361: Tell me the truth one time
  • 362: Responsibility
  • 363: Wandering kind
  • 364: What's the matter?
  • 365: Brown skin girl
  • 366: Her memory
  • 367: Without you
  • 368: Miss tea and sympathy
  • 369: More than flesh and blood
  • 370: I must love you too much
  • 371: Stepchild
  • 372: You don't love me no more
  • 373: This a-way, that a-way
  • 374: Take it or leave it
  • 375: Daddy's gonna take one more ride
  • 376: Legionnaire's disease
  • 377: Slow train
  • 378: Do right to me baby (do unto others)
  • 1979-80
  • 379: Gotta serve somebody
  • 380: I believe in you
  • 381: Ye shall be changed
  • 382: Trouble in mind
  • 383: Man gave names to all the animals
  • 384: No man righteous (no not one)
  • 385: Gonna change my way of thinking
  • 386: Precious angel
  • 387: When you gonna wake up?
  • 388: When he returns
  • 389: Saving grace
  • 390: Stand by faith
  • 391: Blessed is the name
  • 392: Covenant woman
  • 393: In the garden
  • 394: Pressing on
  • 395: Saved
  • 396: Solid rock
  • 397: What can I do for you?
  • 398: Are you ready?
  • 399: Be that way
  • 400: I will love him
  • 401: Cover down break through
  • 402: Ain't gonna go to hell for anybody
  • 1980-1
  • 403: Property of Jesus
  • 404: Every grain of sand
  • 405: Caribbean wind
  • 406: Groom's still waiting at the altar
  • 407: Yonder comes sin
  • 408: Let's keep it between us
  • 409: Makin' a liar
  • 410: City of gold
  • 411: Shot of love
  • 412: You changed my life
  • 413: Angelina
  • 414: Heart of mine
  • 415: Is it worth it?
  • 416: Yes sir, no sir (halleluiah)
  • 417: In the summertime
  • 418: Need a woman
  • 419: Almost persuaded
  • 420: Borrowed time
  • 421: Rockin' boat
  • 422: I want you to know I love you
  • 423: Gonna love you anyway
  • 424: Movin' (wait & see)
  • 425: Fur slippers
  • 426: Singing this song for you
  • 427: Reach out
  • 428: Ah ah ah
  • 429: All the way down
  • 430: Wind blowin' on the water
  • 431: Child to me
  • 432: King is on the throne
  • 433: Be careful
  • 434: Magic
  • 435: Dead man, dead man
  • 436: Trouble
  • 437: Don't ever take yourself away
  • 438: Watered-down love
  • 439: Lenny Bruce
  • 440: Jesus is the one
  • 441: Thief on the cross
  • 442: Let me begin to love
  • 1982-3
  • 443: It's right
  • 444: Jokerman
  • 445: I and I
  • 446: Clean cut kid
  • 447: Union sundown
  • 448: Blind Willie McTell
  • 449: Don't fall apart on me tonight
  • 450: License to kill
  • 451: Man of peace
  • 452: Sweetheart like you
  • 453: Back to the wall
  • 454: How many days?
  • 455: Half-finished song
  • 456: Prison station blues
  • 457: Someone's got a hold of my heart (=tight connection)
  • 458: Neighborhood bully
  • 459: Tell me
  • 460: Foot of pride
  • 461: Julius and Ethel
  • 462: Lord protect my child
  • 463: Death is not the end
  • 1984-6
  • 464: I once knew a man
  • 465: Who loves you?
  • 466: Almost done (angel of rain)
  • 467: I see you round and round
  • 468: Dirty lie
  • 469: Enough is enough
  • 470: Go 'way little boy
  • 471: Honey, wait for me
  • 472: Driftin' too far from shore
  • 473: New Danville girl (=Brownsville girl)
  • 474: Something's burning, baby
  • 475: Look yonder
  • 476: Gravity song
  • 477: Prince of plunder (=maybe someday)
  • 478: Seeing the real you at last
  • 479: I'll remember you
  • 480: Queen of rock and roll
  • 481: Trust yourself
  • 482: Emotionally yours
  • 483: Straight as in love
  • 484: Very thought of you
  • 485: Waiting to get beat
  • 486: When the night comes falling from the sky
  • 487: When the line forms
  • 488: Never gonna be the same again
  • 489: Dark eyes
  • 490: As time passes by
  • 491: Too hot to drive
  • 492: Shake
  • 493: Under your spell
  • 494: Band of the hand (it's hell time man!)
  • 495: Rock em' dead
  • 496: You wanna ramble
  • 497: Got my mind made up
  • 498: Jammin' me
  • 499: Had a dream about you, baby
  • 500: Ride this train
  • 501: To fall in love with you
  • 502: Night after night
  • 503: Fear, hate, envy, and jealousy
  • 1987-9
  • 504: Love rescue me
  • 505: Congratulations
  • 506: Political world
  • 507: What good am I?
  • 508: Dignity
  • 509: Handle with care
  • 510: Dirty world
  • 511: End of the line
  • 512: Heading for the light
  • 513: Last night
  • 514: Margarita
  • 515: Not alone anymore
  • 516: Rattled
  • 517: Tweeter and the monkey man
  • 518: Born in time
  • 519: God knows
  • 520: Disease of conceit
  • 521: What was it you wanted
  • 522: Broken days (=everything is broken)
  • 523: Ring them bells
  • 524: Series of dreams
  • 525: Most of the time
  • 526: Three of us
  • 527: TV talkin' song
  • 528: Where teardrops fall
  • 529: Shooting star
  • 530: Man in the long black coat
  • 1990-5
  • 531: Handy dandy
  • 532: Cat's in the well
  • 533: 10,000 men
  • 534: Night of the living dead
  • 535: Unbelievable
  • 536: Under the red sky
  • 537: Heartland
  • 538: Wiggle wiggle
  • 539: 2 x 2
  • 540: Shirley Temple don't live here anymore
  • 541: Devil's been busy
  • 542: If you belonged to me
  • 543: Inside out
  • 544: Like a ship
  • 545: Seven deadly sins
  • 546: She's my baby
  • 547: Where were you last night?
  • 548: New blue moon
  • 549: Wilbury twist
  • 550: Poor house
  • 551: Cool, dry place
  • 552: You took my breath away
  • 553: Steel bars
  • 554: Well, well, well
  • 555: Howlin' at your window
  • 556: Tragedy of the trade
  • 557: Time to end this masquerade
  • 1996-9
  • 558: Dirt road blues
  • 559: Can't wait
  • 560: Mississippi
  • 561: Highlands
  • 562: All I ever loved is you
  • 563: Dreamin' of you
  • 564: Marchin' to the city (=doing alright)
  • 565: Million miles
  • 566: Not dark yet
  • 567: Red river shore
  • 568: Standing in the doorway
  • 569: Cold irons bound
  • 570: Tryin' to get to heaven
  • 571: Make you feel my love
  • 572: Til I fell in love with you
  • 573: Love sick
  • 574: Things have changed
  • 2000-1
  • 575: Summer days
  • 576: Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
  • 577: Honest with me
  • 578: Lonesome day blues
  • 579: Bye and bye
  • 580: Floater (too much to ask)
  • 581: Moonlight
  • 582: Po' boy
  • 583: High water (for Charlie Patton)
  • 584: Cry a while
  • 585: Sugar baby
  • 586: Waitin' for you
  • 2002-6
  • 587: Cross the green mountain
  • 588: Tell Ol' Bill
  • 589: Can't escape from you
  • 590: Thunder on the mountain
  • 591: Spirit on the water
  • 592: Rollin' and tumblin'
  • 593: When the deal goes down
  • 594: Someday baby
  • 595: Workingman's blues #2
  • 596: Beyond the horizon
  • 597: Nettie Moore
  • 598: Levee's gonna break
  • 599: Ain't talkin'
  • 600: Huck's tune
  • Endnotes
  • Acknowledgments
  • Select bibliography
  • Copyright information
  • Song index
  • General index.
From the Dust Jacket: The second of two volumes, this companion to every song that Bob Dylan ever wrote is the most comprehensive book on the words of America's greatest songwriter. Here you'll find not just opinionated commentary or literary interpretation, but facts, first and foremost. Clinton Heylin is the world's leading Dylan biographer and expert, and he has arranged the songs-including a number that have never been performed-in a continually surprising chronology of when they were actually written rather than when they appeared on albums. Using newly discovered manuscripts, anecdotal evidence, and a seemingly limitless knowledge of every Bob Dylan live performance, he has uncovered a wealth of information about the songs, leaving no stone unturned in his research. Here we learn the details of the various women who inspired the songs on Blood on the Tracks and Desire, Dylan's contributions to the Traveling Wilburys, why he left "Blind Willie McTell" off of Infidels and "Series of Dreams" off of Oh Mercy, what broke the long dry spell he had in the 1990s, what material he appropriated from other sources for Love and Theft and Modern Times, and much more. Reading this volume will fundamentally change how you hear Dylan's songs and will make you want to revisit his lesser-known masterpieces. This is an essential purchase for every true Bob Dylan fan-as a guide to the man's work, it will never be surpassed.
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