The Resource The silver lute : a new singing book for schools and academies, containing musical notation, progressive song-lessons, exercise and occupation songs, hymns, tunes and chants, and pieces for concerts and exhibitions., by George F. Root

The silver lute : a new singing book for schools and academies, containing musical notation, progressive song-lessons, exercise and occupation songs, hymns, tunes and chants, and pieces for concerts and exhibitions., by George F. Root

Label
The silver lute : a new singing book for schools and academies, containing musical notation, progressive song-lessons, exercise and occupation songs, hymns, tunes and chants, and pieces for concerts and exhibitions.
Title
The silver lute
Title remainder
a new singing book for schools and academies, containing musical notation, progressive song-lessons, exercise and occupation songs, hymns, tunes and chants, and pieces for concerts and exhibitions.
Statement of responsibility
by George F. Root
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Accompanying matter
libretto or text
Cataloging source
TCN
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1820-1895
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Root, George F.
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  • School songbooks
  • Songs, English
Label
The silver lute : a new singing book for schools and academies, containing musical notation, progressive song-lessons, exercise and occupation songs, hymns, tunes and chants, and pieces for concerts and exhibitions., by George F. Root
Link
https://archive.org/details/silverlutenewsi00root
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • Progressive song-lessons -- Music every where -- The wild birds -- Down, down below -- Come, follow where we go -- Out on the prairie -- Where the warbling waters flow -- Chromatic scale -- Hark! the rain-drops -- Sweet the quiet evening -- Merry May -- Up in the morning so early -- The Lark -- Open prairie -- Come, sing the sixteenth notes -- The skaters -- Comes the rain -- Gone has summer -- One by one -- How the merry wind blows -- Catch the sunshine -- I have no mother now -- The merry heart -- Go forth to your place -- Make your heart -- See the rivers flowing -- Leaves are fading -- Little rose -- Bird of hope -- On the heather -- The hunter ranger -- Never say fail -- The mountain horn -- High in the summer sky -- O'er the calm lake -- Joyful sing the summer's coming -- The rose-bush -- See the tint of day-light -- A welcome to little Nell -- Tramp, tramp -- To my brother -- In the dark November sky -- There's a bright, glorious dawning -- Hark! 'Tis the fairies song -- The way-side well -- Don't you see me coming -- Away in the dim old forest -- Farewell -- The watchman -- Happy New Year -- Our fathers: where are they? -- Doors open wide -- The happy meeting -- They're coming home, to-day --
  • A swarm of bees -- All together again -- Shut the door -- Sleep! baby, sleep! -- Never forget the dear ones -- Song of the May bird -- Old winter has come -- See day-light is coming -- The mountain top -- The child's story -- O Who'll come and play with me -- Sounds of the summer night -- Be careful of your money -- What I love and hate, John Brown -- The fine old yankee gentleman -- Give me the spade -- I'm glad I am a farmer -- Cheer! boys, cheer! -- Canadian boat song -- The pilot -- Rover -- After the battle -- All's well -- Freedom and Union -- The Union -- Stand up for Uncle Sam -- The battle-cry of freedom -- The vacant chair -- What does little birdie say? -- Come, let's sing a merry round -- Morning -- We have come from various places -- The song of the minutes -- Away over mountain -- I can! yes, yes, we know you can -- There's music in the air -- The robin -- Nellie lost and found -- O, wrap the flag around me, boys -- O, music, sweet music -- Whether you whisper low -- Persevere -- As a band of brothers joined -- Laughing May is here -- A boat, a boat to cross the ferry --
  • Good morning -- Never idle -- They march to the rolling drum -- Temperance rallying song -- The seasons -- Let us cheerful be -- The auctioneer -- The gentlemen workers -- The lady workers -- Song of exercise -- The bees are all coming -- O, how steadily -- Would you know how the farmer -- Clap, clap, hurrah! -- April shower -- Here we stand -- The song of the cooper -- Teacher, may I be your pupil -- If a body find a lesson -- The echo -- The star-spangled banner -- The land beyond the river -- O, we are volunteers -- Johnny Schmoker -- Song of a thousand years -- The soldier's boy -- Oh, come you from the battle-field? -- Just before the battle, mother -- A vesper song -- One place is vacant -- Just after the battle -- The cheerful day -- A welcome to the soldier -- My own native land -- Rosedale -- Blackman -- Hibbard -- Kellogg -- America -- Parting hymn -- Watts -- Denfield -- Nuremberg -- Sicily -- Mount Vernon -- Boylston -- Badea -- Evan -- The old hundredth -- O come let us sing -- Glory to God -- Blessed is the people -- Our Father, who art in heaven -- I will lift up mine eyes -- Thy will be done --The Lord is my shepherd
Edition
Enl. ed.
Extent
1 online resource (1 close score (215 pages))
Form of item
online
Note
  • Bound in printed boards and red leather spine; the publisher's advertisements on cover p. [2] and [4] and p. [216].
  • Black lettering stamped on the verso of the back free endpaper: [Z?] E. Hancock, Dubuque.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The silver lute : a new singing book for schools and academies, containing musical notation, progressive song-lessons, exercise and occupation songs, hymns, tunes and chants, and pieces for concerts and exhibitions., by George F. Root
Link
https://archive.org/details/silverlutenewsi00root
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • Progressive song-lessons -- Music every where -- The wild birds -- Down, down below -- Come, follow where we go -- Out on the prairie -- Where the warbling waters flow -- Chromatic scale -- Hark! the rain-drops -- Sweet the quiet evening -- Merry May -- Up in the morning so early -- The Lark -- Open prairie -- Come, sing the sixteenth notes -- The skaters -- Comes the rain -- Gone has summer -- One by one -- How the merry wind blows -- Catch the sunshine -- I have no mother now -- The merry heart -- Go forth to your place -- Make your heart -- See the rivers flowing -- Leaves are fading -- Little rose -- Bird of hope -- On the heather -- The hunter ranger -- Never say fail -- The mountain horn -- High in the summer sky -- O'er the calm lake -- Joyful sing the summer's coming -- The rose-bush -- See the tint of day-light -- A welcome to little Nell -- Tramp, tramp -- To my brother -- In the dark November sky -- There's a bright, glorious dawning -- Hark! 'Tis the fairies song -- The way-side well -- Don't you see me coming -- Away in the dim old forest -- Farewell -- The watchman -- Happy New Year -- Our fathers: where are they? -- Doors open wide -- The happy meeting -- They're coming home, to-day --
  • A swarm of bees -- All together again -- Shut the door -- Sleep! baby, sleep! -- Never forget the dear ones -- Song of the May bird -- Old winter has come -- See day-light is coming -- The mountain top -- The child's story -- O Who'll come and play with me -- Sounds of the summer night -- Be careful of your money -- What I love and hate, John Brown -- The fine old yankee gentleman -- Give me the spade -- I'm glad I am a farmer -- Cheer! boys, cheer! -- Canadian boat song -- The pilot -- Rover -- After the battle -- All's well -- Freedom and Union -- The Union -- Stand up for Uncle Sam -- The battle-cry of freedom -- The vacant chair -- What does little birdie say? -- Come, let's sing a merry round -- Morning -- We have come from various places -- The song of the minutes -- Away over mountain -- I can! yes, yes, we know you can -- There's music in the air -- The robin -- Nellie lost and found -- O, wrap the flag around me, boys -- O, music, sweet music -- Whether you whisper low -- Persevere -- As a band of brothers joined -- Laughing May is here -- A boat, a boat to cross the ferry --
  • Good morning -- Never idle -- They march to the rolling drum -- Temperance rallying song -- The seasons -- Let us cheerful be -- The auctioneer -- The gentlemen workers -- The lady workers -- Song of exercise -- The bees are all coming -- O, how steadily -- Would you know how the farmer -- Clap, clap, hurrah! -- April shower -- Here we stand -- The song of the cooper -- Teacher, may I be your pupil -- If a body find a lesson -- The echo -- The star-spangled banner -- The land beyond the river -- O, we are volunteers -- Johnny Schmoker -- Song of a thousand years -- The soldier's boy -- Oh, come you from the battle-field? -- Just before the battle, mother -- A vesper song -- One place is vacant -- Just after the battle -- The cheerful day -- A welcome to the soldier -- My own native land -- Rosedale -- Blackman -- Hibbard -- Kellogg -- America -- Parting hymn -- Watts -- Denfield -- Nuremberg -- Sicily -- Mount Vernon -- Boylston -- Badea -- Evan -- The old hundredth -- O come let us sing -- Glory to God -- Blessed is the people -- Our Father, who art in heaven -- I will lift up mine eyes -- Thy will be done --The Lord is my shepherd
Edition
Enl. ed.
Extent
1 online resource (1 close score (215 pages))
Form of item
online
Note
  • Bound in printed boards and red leather spine; the publisher's advertisements on cover p. [2] and [4] and p. [216].
  • Black lettering stamped on the verso of the back free endpaper: [Z?] E. Hancock, Dubuque.
Specific material designation
remote

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