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100 Folksongs of All Nations
Bantock, Granville - 100 Folksongs of All Nations
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Composer :
Granville Bantock
Bantock, Granville (1868 - 1946)
Instrumentation :

Voice medium and Piano

Style :


Date :1911
Copyright :Public domain
Added by FS, 11 May 2017

England<br> Sally in our Alley<br> O Willow, Willow<br> The Vicar of Bray<br> Come, lasses and lads<br> <br> Scotland<br> Annie Laurie<br> My ain kind dearie, O<br> The Laird o’ Cockpen<br> O Logie o’ Buchan<br> <br> Ireland<br> The Las Rose of Summer<br> The Minstrel Boy<br> The Daughters of Erin<br> The Pretty Girl milking her Cow<br> <br> Wales<br> All through the night (Ar hyd y nos)<br> Hunting the Hare (Hela’r ‘sgyvarnog)<br> The Ash Grove (Llwyn On)<br> Manx<br> Hunt the Wren<br> <br> France<br> In our happy village (Dans notre village)<br> There was a little maiden (Il était un’ bergère)<br> Sing to me, sweet Musetta (O ma tendre Musette)<br> On the bridge of Avignon (Sur la pont d’Avignon)<br> <br> Troubadours<br> When the nightingale shall sing (Quant li Rosignol jolis)<br> Early strolling at my leisure (L’autrier par la matinée)<br> Minnesingers<br> Summertime (Sommerlied)<br> Minstrel Song (Minnelied)<br> <br> Germany<br> Annie of Tharau (Aennchen von Tharau)<br> O thou dearest maiden mine (O du lieber Augustin)<br> True Love (Treue Liebe)<br> The Loreley (Die Lorelei)<br> Must I go (Muss i denn)<br> The Broken Ring (Das zerbrochene Ringlein)<br> All’s the same to me (‘S ist mir Alles Eins)<br> Farewell (Lebewohl)<br> In cellar cool (Im kühlen Keller)<br> O faithful pine (O Tannenbaum)<br> The Hostess’ Daughter (Der Wirthin Töchterlein)<br> <br> Switzerland<br> From these dear mountains (Von meinem Bergli)<br> In Aargau dwelt two sweethearts (Im Aergäu sind zwei Liebe)<br> <br> Austria<br> Wooing (Werbung)<br> <br> Tyrol<br> Tyrolese are blithesome (Tyroler sind lustig)<br> On the Alma (Auf der Alma)<br> <br> Styria<br> From the mountain’s height (Hoch vom Dachstein)<br> <br> Hungary<br> Hungaria’s Treasure (Magasan repül a daru)<br> Varadi’s Highways (Seprik a Väradi utczát)<br> <br> Bohemia<br> The Treasure (Wiak nam tak nebude)<br> <br> Netherlands<br> Where’er man ranges (Waer dat men sich)<br> Rosa<br> Italy (Naples)<br> The Fair Maid of Sorrento (La Vera Sorrentina)<br> Oh, come to me (La Ricciolella)<br> Santa Lucia (Barcarolle)<br> <br> Italy (Sicily)<br> So this is sad love’s ending (Forsi pirchi nun m’ami)<br> <br> Spain<br> Unto a poor blind lover (A un niño ciegocito)<br> If ’tis sorrow so to love thee (Yo m’alegro de habèr sido)<br> May Song (Cancion de Maja)<br> <br> Portugal<br> Song of the Fig-tree Orchard (Canção de Figueiral)<br> Wherefore have thy lips denied me (Modinha)<br> <br> Denmark<br> I wander through woodlands (Gaaer jeg udi skoven)<br> Marstig’s Daughter (Marsk Stigs Døttre)<br> <br> Iceland<br> Bravely sails my bark (Tölf Synir)<br> <br> Norway<br> I laid me down to rest (Jeg lagde mig saa silde)<br> Homeward from the mountains (Hjemreise fra Saeteren)<br> Dearest Maiden (Kau fra Hallingdalen)<br> <br> Sweden<br> Little Katie (Liten Karin)<br> Wermeland (Vermeland)<br> On a crystal throne (Necken’s Polska)<br> <br> Russia<br> Over fields and over meadows (Vo polé tuman zatumanelsya)<br> O’er the distant lonely mountains (Dalekaya i blezkaya)<br> In the shade of the garden strolling (Kak po sodéku)<br> ‘Neath the shadow of a tree (Chanson des Rues)<br> Ah! see the old pear-tree (Zéléna grusha)<br> Come and twine the slim boughs (Zaplaitesya plaiten)<br> <br> Poland<br> Dearest maiden, hark, I pray thee (Krakowiak)<br> Little cottage lowly (Mazurek)<br> <br> Finland<br> Home my sweetheart comes from roving (Runo-laulu)<br> <br> Lapland<br> There’s ne’er a blossom (Laulu Lapista)<br> <br> Lithuania<br> From afar returns my well-beloved (Daina)<br> <br> Bosnia<br> Why so silent, tell me, birdie (Paun i kalo)<br> <br> Serbia<br> Come, my dearest (Pjesma)<br> <br> Bulgaria<br> The Outlaw (Tri godini)<br> <br> Turkey<br> The sun hangs high (Charki Hidjaz)<br> <br> Greece<br> The Musician<br> <br> Syria<br> Sleep, my child (Aïnte)<br> Upon thy lovely lips (Charo)<br> <br> Morocco<br> Zohra<br> <br> Algeria<br> My Beloved (Ma Gazelle)<br> <br> Tunis<br> Soleima (Chanson Mauresque)<br> <br> Tripoli<br> Stamboul<br> <br> Egypt<br> Love-song (Doos ya lellee)<br> There’s no Deity but God (Lá ilahá illalláh)<br> <br> Arabia<br> Thine eyes are bright with fire<br> <br> Persia<br> Deign my voice to hear (Guschi ki behakk)<br> Rustic Song (Durwan’s Song)<br> <br> India<br> Snake-Charmer’s Song (O re bho lá ma-n re)<br> <br> China<br> Jasmin-Flower (Moo-lee-hava)<br> <br> Japan<br> New Year Song (Haru-no-uta)<br> Cherry-Bloom (Sakura)<br> <br> American Indian<br> Pawnee War-Song (Ka de la wats)<br> Dakota Serenade (Shicé Shicé)<br> <br> United States of America<br> Old Folks at Home<br> Tenting on the old Camp Ground<br> Dixie
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