The Alabama Folk Lyric: A Study in Origins and Media of Dissemination

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Ray Broadus Browne
Popular Press, 1979 - 480 σελίδες

Alabamians have always been a singing people. The settlers who moved into the various sections of the state brought with them songs which reflected their national origins and geographical backgrounds, and as they spread into the hills and over the lowlands they created new songs out of the conditions under which they lived. Also, they absorbed songs from outside sources whenever these pieces could be adapted to their sentiments and ways of life. Thus, by a process of memory, composition and recreation they developed a rich body of folk songs. The following collection a part of the effort to discover and preserve these songs.

 

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Introduction
1
Love Songs
18
A Courting Songs
30
You Drove A Buick
32
Sweet Lily
43
Katy Did
45
Lonesome Seems the Winter
47
Why Dont You Try? 5 Flirting
49
The Jawbone Song
311
Aunt Jemimas Plaster
314
Tater Pie Talli TIC
317
As I Went Down to Mas Cornfiel
318
Bill Bailey
320
Loving Henry
322
Johnson Had an Old Gray Mule
323
Old Miss Ruckett
326

Anna Lee 49
51
B Happy Love Songs
53
Wait Till the Clouds Roll By
54
Venus My Shining Star
57
Pretty Saro
59
The Bachelors Prayer
61
Charming Little Girl
62
Have A Sweetheart
64
Sweet Birds
66
Willie Oh Willie
69
The Merry Girl
71
A Farmers Life for
72
Little Automobile Song
73
Love Me
74
Little Julie
76
Ill Do Anything Dear
77
Dewdrops Are Falling On
78
Sorghum Molasses
79
Over The Garden Wall
80
Want to Go ACourting
81
When the Stars Above Are Shining
82
When I Left The State of Georgia
83
Midnight Serenade
84
My Wifes Gone Off and Left
85
GoodBye Susan Jane
86
Why Cant We Wed?
87
Paul Vane
88
Oh Where is My Sweetheart?
89
Love You in the Days of
90
Riding In A Sleigh
92
Kitty Clyde
94
Swinging Swinging
96
Mollie Darling
97
Dont Like Your Family
150
Poor Old Maids
157
The Waterfall
164
Dumma Locy Locy
182
nilul 11
229
She Was Bred in Old Kentucky
232
The Hills of Tennessee
237
Two Sweethearts
239
The Little Old Long Cabin in the Lane
242
Widow in the Cottage by the
244
Mabel Clare
247
After The Ball
250
The Girl I Loved in Sunny Tennessee
254
In the Shadow of the Pines
258
Ill Wear the Violets Sweetheart
262
lll Remember you Love in my Prayers
264
Come Birdie Come
268
The Chickadee Song
270
Erins Green Shore
272
Mandelin
274
My Little Home in Tennessee
276
Ben Bolt
278
The Fishermans Girl
280
Marionene
282
Im Wearing My Heart Away For
283
Where is My Darling Tonight?
285
Only A Rosebud
287
Welcome as the Flowers in May
289
Little White Rose
290
Two Little Girls in Blue
292
Ill Be All Smiles Tonight
297
PseudoNegro Songs
301
Darling Cloe
304
Old Carolina State
307
Little Old Log Cabin in Tennessee
309
Old Tom Wilson
327
Old Miss Wilson
328
Social Commentary Songs
329
The High Society Girl
332
Boys in this Country Trying to Advance
333
Putting On The Style
335
Its The Fashion
338
Twenty Years Ago
340
Booker T Washington
343
Climbing Up The White House Stairs
346
Satiric Songs
349
Arkansas Traveler I
352
Arkansas Traveler II
354
287
357
My MotherInLaw
359
Had But Fifty Cents
362
Bill Morgan
365
Chinning Music
367
Home Sweet Home To Me
369
The Old Miller
371
Brian OLynn
374
The Dutchman Song
376
Parodies of Songs
379
Down on The Farm III 502
382
Parody of Down On The Farm
384
Maggie Jones
386
Just Tell Them That You Saw Me e
389
Parody of Just Tell Them That You Saw Me
391
Sweet Marie 155
394
Parody of Sweet Marie
396
402
402
Funny Songs 157 Old Zachariah Fell In The Fire 158 Old Rosin The Beau 159 George Buck 160 Sam Simon
407
The Old Gray Horse
408
Neckties Up Behind
410
The Beaver
412
She Dont Wear
415
Jennie Jenkins
416
Buy Me a Rocking Chair
418
When I Was A Little
420
When Father Was A Little
422
Had A Fine Sash
423
Where Shall I
424
Saint Jonah
425
My Sweethearts Gone to the Fair
426
Trouble On Your Mind
427
Hop Light Ladies
429
Lazy Mary Will You Get
431
Hop Along Sister Mary
433
Send For The Ladies
434
Going Up Hippocreek
435
A Medley 422 423 424 425 426 427 429
436
Animal Songs
439
Simon Slick
442
Chicken In The Bread Trough
445
Jaybird Sitting On a Hickory Limb
447
Old Cow Died of Whooping Cough
448
Sir Piggy
449
Chicken Pecking on a Tambourine
450
Jaybirds Gave a Concert Free
452
Jaybird Died With the Whooping Cough
453
Literary Songs
455
The Cottage Girl
458
Maid of Athens
461
Index Index
469
Dan Kelly
470
Somebody Loves Me 33 Somebody 00 00 00
477
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Ray Browne was born in Millport, Alabama, in 1922, and was educated at the University of Alabama, Columbia University, and the University of California at Los Angeles. As founder of the Popular Culture Association (1970) and of the Department of Popular Culture at Bowling Green University. Browne was an early advocate of applying serious study to popular culture. Roy B. Browne died on October 22, 2009.

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