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Book
1 playbill ; 46 x 16 cm.
American Broadsides and Ephemera American Broadsides and Ephemera
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?
Music Library
Sound recording
1 online resource (1 sound file).
  • The story of classical music
  • The Medieval period (600-1490)
  • The Renaissance period (1490-1600)
  • The Baroque period (1600-1750)
  • The classical period (1750-1830)
  • The Romantic period (1830-1900)
  • The late romantics, impressionists and others
  • New directions in the 20th century
  • After the second World War
  • Composers of the avant-garde
  • Minimalism
  • Film music
  • Epilogue.
This recording introduces classical music to the entire family. It looks at the music through the lives of the great composers and their environment from the churches and cathedrals that produced the familiar sound of Gregorian chant, to Johann Sebastian Bach and right up to the film music for "Gladiator" and "Lord of the Rings." The CD-ROM features extra information and pictures about the composers, the instruments of the classical orchestra, national anthems and flags, scores, the text of the CDs, musical terms, and more.
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file)
  • Elizabethan ballads and theatre music. (65:47) Nuttmigs and ginger ; Mother Watkins Ale / anonymous
  • Barrow Faustus dreame / Edmund Kete
  • Stingo ; Paggington's pound ; Bony sweet boy ; Willsons wilde / anonymous
  • Care charminge sleepe / Robert Johnson
  • Short allmain / John Johnson
  • Away delights / Robert Johnson
  • Robin is to the greenwood gone / anonymous
  • Passamezzo moderno ; Green garters / anonymous (John Johnson?)
  • Green garters ; Fortune my foe / anonymous
  • Chi passa per 'sta strada / Fillippo Azzaiolo
  • Bonny sweet Robin ; Guillims dumpe ; O Deathe, rock me a sleepe / anonymous
  • Browning my dere ; Hackney / Clement Woodcocke
  • My Lord Willoughbies welcome home / anonymous
  • What if a day / Thomas Campion?
  • Green sleeves / anonymous (John Johnson?)
  • Grimstock / anonymous
  • Music of Thomas Morley. (72:13) Joyne hands / Morley
  • Phillips Paven ; Galliard to Phillips Paven / Peter Phillips
  • A lieta vita (Sing wee and chaunt it) ; O griefe, even on the bud ; Our bonny boots could toote it ; Pavin ; Galliard / Morley
  • Sola soletta / Giovanni Conversi
  • In nomine Pavin ; Galliard to in nomine / Nicholas Strogers
  • Sleepe slumb'ring eyes ; Thyrsis and Milla / Morley
  • Mousieurs Almaine / anonymous
  • The sacred end pavin ; Galliard to sacred end ; Pavan ; Galliard ; A painted tale ; Faire in a morne ; Sayd I that Amarillis ; Now is the gentle season ; Harke! Alleluia cheerly ; Hard by a cristall fountaine ; Now is the moneth of maying / Morley
  • O mistresse mine ; O mistresse mine ; My Lord of Oxenfords maske / anonymous.
Music recording
1 online resource.
  • The temple of Minerva. Great Minerva / Francis Hopkinson
  • A Christmas anthem. The Lord of Hosts / William Selby
  • Bind kings with chains, from Psalm 149 / Hans Gram
  • The feast of tabernacles. Hallelujah / Charles Zenner
  • Flower festival cantata. Sunset / C. Johnson
  • The flower queen. Hymn to night / G.F. Root
  • Ruth the gleaner. Work boys, work / [J.A. Butterfield]
  • Esther. Praise ye the Lord / W.B. Bradbury
  • Haymakers. Yes! to the work / G.F. Root
  • Christ the victor. Alleluia, Christ is risen / Dudley Buck
  • The coming of the King. The caravan of the Magi / Dudley Buck
  • The Nativity. It was the winter world / J.K. Paine
  • The Holy Child. In far-off eastern country / Horatio Parker
  • Ruth and Naomi. The Lord bless thee / L. Damrosch
  • Ruth and Naomi. The Lord make the woman / L. Damrosch
  • Noel. Praise Him, o ye heaven / G.W. Chadwick
  • The celestial country. Flash the streets with jasper / Charles Ives.
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file).
  • Colonel Wilson ; Camus Croise ; Lady Lever Park ; Raasay House
  • Humours of Tulla ; Famous Ballymote ; Famous Bridge ; Para Handay's reel ; The silver fox
  • The river creed ; Mrs. MacDonald of Uig ; Feis Bharraidh ; The heights of Cassino
  • The Balmoral Highlanders ; Blair Drummond ; The sleep wife
  • Triangle waltz ; Toolmakers jig ; The geese in the bog ; The gold ring
  • The hoolit ; An eala bhan ; Mac an Irish ; Kirstie MacCallmans favourite ; Kelseys wee reel ; The pile driver ; Maggie's pancakes ; Merrily danced the Quaker's wife ; Queen of the rushes
  • Lt. Col. A.J. Miller Bakewell ; MacBeth's strathspey ; The cockerill in the creel
  • Echoes from Caithness ; Ciamar a tha thu ; Fred S. Sandeman M.C.
  • The lord provost ; Mac's kilt ; Provost Donald MacDonald of Inverness ; Easy club ; Na goisidich ; Rip the calico ; Tom Billy's jig ; Caber feidh
  • Kate Martin's waltz ; College of piping "Summerside" P.E.I. ; Catherine
  • Oran mhor MacLead ; In and out the harbour ; Rakish Paddy ; The swallow tailed coat
  • Royal Scottish Pipers Society ; Arniston Castle ; Pretty Marion
  • PM Angus MacDonald ; Shores of Loch Leane ; Morag leat shiubhlainn.
Music recording
1 online resource (1 sound file)
  • Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
  • Water Music Suite : (Allegro --Andante espressivo
  • Air
  • Bourree
  • Hornpipe
  • Allegro decisio)
  • Ombra Mai Fu
  • Music for the Royal Fireworks Harmonious blacksmith
  • Let the Bright Seraphim
  • Suite in D minor, HWV 437: Sarabande
  • Arioso: Dank Sei, Dir Herr
  • Piangero, Piangero
  • Dove, dove, inumani
  • Vouchsafe, O Lord
  • See, the Conqu'ring Hero Come
  • Sound an alarm
  • Hallelujah, amen
  • Awake the trumpet's lofty sound
  • Where E'er you walk
  • Eternal source of light devine
  • Hallelujah! chorus.
Music recording
1 online resource.
  • Cromanti cudjoe
  • Ibo and dem
  • Ju belle
  • January has gone away
  • Lillian
  • Good south
  • Raycan
  • Mama Liza canbulay
  • Juvay mama
  • Ladies and gents
  • Political discrimination
  • Hello in Africa
  • Mas' in Madison Square Garden
  • Mas' in Madison Square Garden
  • Who go cut the wood tirina?
  • Christmas serenading
  • First figure
  • Bam bam we want to soldier
  • In the mood / yankee doodle
  • The lord is my shepherd
  • I'm a born believer
  • Ring down below
  • Second figure waltz
  • If I was a black bird.
Music recording
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Joyne hands / Thomas Morley (1:43)
  • Phillips paven (3:14) ; Galliard to Phillips pavin / Peter Phillips
  • A lieta vita (1:31) ; O griefe, even on the bud (1:49) ; Our bonny boots could toote it (1:06) / Morley
  • Pavan / Morley ; arr. Francis Cutting (5:02)
  • Galliard / Morley (2:17)
  • Sola soletta / Giovanni Conversi ; arr.? Morley (1:39)
  • In nomine pavin (3:46) ; Galliard to In nomine (1:12) / Nicholas Strogers
  • La coranto / anonymous ; arr.? Morley (1:28)
  • Sleepe slumb'ring eyes (5:35) ; Thyrsis and Milla (2:32) / Morley
  • Mousieurs almaine / anonymous (2:17)
  • The sacred end pavin / Morley ; arr.? and publ. Philip Rosseter (3:30)
  • Galliard to sacred end / Morley ; arr. John Baxter ; publ. Rosseter (1:29)
  • Pavin (4:56) ; Galliard (1:38) ; A painted tale (2:29) ; Faire in a morne (3:05) ; Sayd I that Amarillis (1:10) ; Now is the gentle season (3:40) ; Harke alleluia (1:46) ; Hard by a cristall fountaine (3:32) / Morley
  • Now is the moneth of maying / Morley ; arr.? and publ. Philip Rosseter (1:57)
  • O mistresse mine (voice, lute and pandora) (2:00) ; O mistresse mine (consort) (1:03) / anonymous ; arr.? Morley
  • My Lord of Oxenfords maske / anonymous (2:03).
Music Library
Music recording
Streaming audio files (138 min.)
  • Nuttmigs and ginger ; Mother Watkins Ale / anonymous
  • Barrow Faustus dreame / Edmund Kete
  • Stingo ; Paggington's pound ; Bony sweet boy ; Willsons wilde / anonymous
  • Care charminge sleepe / Robert Johnson
  • Short allmain / John Johnson
  • Away delights / Robert Johnson
  • Robin is to the greenwood gone / anonymous
  • Passamezzo moderno ; Green garters / anonymous (John Johnson?)
  • Green garters ; Fortune my foe / anonymous
  • Chi passa per 'sta strada / Fillippo Azzaiolo
  • Bonny sweet Robin ; Guillims dumpe ; O Deathe, rock me a sleepe / anonymous
  • Browning my dere ; Hackney / Clement Woodcocke
  • My Lord Willoughbies welcome home / anonymous
  • What if a day / Thomas Campion?
  • Green sleeves / anonymous (John Johnson?)
  • Grimstock / anonymous
  • Joyne hands / Morley
  • Phillips Paven ; Galliard to Phillips Paven / Peter Phillips
  • A lieta vita (Sing wee and chaunt it) ; O griefe, even on the bud ; Our bonny boots could toote it ; Pavin ; Galliard / Morley
  • Sola soletta / Giovanni Conversi
  • In nomine Pavin ; Galliard to in nomine / Nicholas Strogers
  • Sleepe slumb'ring eyes ; Thyrsis and Milla / Morley
  • Mousieurs Almaine / anonymous
  • The sacred end pavin ; Galliard to sacred end ; Pavan ; Galliard ; A painted tale ; Faire in a morne ; Sayd I that Amarillis ; Now is the gentle season ; Harke! Alleluia cheerly ; Hard by a cristall fountaine ; Now is the moneth of maying / Morley
  • O mistresse mine ; O mistresse mine ; My Lord of Oxenfords maske / anonymous.
Music score
1 score (92 pages) ; 24 cm
  • Anthem of the International Ladies Garment Workers
  • A rebel song
  • Banker and boss
  • Bread and roses
  • Budenny's march
  • Capitalism's endless chain
  • Casey Jones
  • Come, rally youth
  • Comrades, the bugles are sounding
  • D.A.R. song
  • Fighting song
  • Forward, forgetting never
  • General strike song
  • Go down, Moses
  • Hail, working class
  • Hark, the battle cry is ringing
  • Hear a word, a word in season
  • Heirs of time
  • Hold the fort
  • Hold up your light
  • Hunger blues song
  • I'm labor
  • Labor's endless chain
  • Lift up the people's banner
  • March, march, comrades all
  • March of the workers
  • March on
  • March song of the workers
  • Men of the soil
  • Money pay-triots
  • My Lord delibered Daniel
  • No more slaves
  • No more war
  • Not one cent
  • On the picket line
  • Organize unions
  • O, tortured and broken in prison
  • Over all the lands
  • Paint 'er red
  • Please, Mr. Boss
  • Red front
  • Solidarity
  • Solidarity forever
  • Song of the lower classes
  • Song of the proletariat
  • Song of the red air fleet
  • Song to the men of England
  • Soup song
  • The advancing proletaire
  • The barricades
  • The builders
  • The chain gang
  • The challenge of youth --The cry of the people
  • The cudgel song
  • The hand with the hammer
  • The international
  • The march of the hungry men
  • The oath
  • The people's hymn
  • The preacher and the slave
  • The rebel girl
  • Hallelujah, I'm a bum
  • The red flag
  • The red flag
  • The revolution
  • The scarlet banner
  • The smith and the king
  • The workers' carmagnole --The workers' hymn
  • The young guards
  • These things shall be
  • To labor
  • Tramp, tramp, tramp
  • True freedom
  • Unity
  • Up, socialist comrades
  • We are building a strong union
  • We have fed you all for a thousand years
  • We're comrades ever
  • We're marching, O comrades
  • We shall be free
  • We shall not be moved
  • When the revolution comes
  • When wilt thou save the people
  • Workers' memorial song
  • Workmen's circle song.
Hoover Library

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