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- 1 score (xviii, 35 pages); 28 cm
- For unison chorus and piano.
- Introduction in English.
- Language (note)
- English words, some additional verses printed as text.
- Windlass and capstan chanties. Mudder Dinah ; Sister Susan ; Ten stone ; Shanandoah ; Sally Brown ; Walk along, Rosey ; Good-bye, fare-you-well ; Stormalong ; Leave her, Johnny ; Johnny come down to Hilo ; Rolling river ; A-roving ; Lowlands away ; Rio Grande ; Poor Lucy Anna ; Santy Anna ; What shall we do with a drunken sailor ; Poor Paddy ; Oh! What did you give for your fine leg o' mutton ; Hog-eye man ; Can't you dance the polka ; The banks of the Sacramento -- Halliard chanties. Tom's gone to Hilo ; Hanging Johnny ; One more day ; Bound to Alabama ; Liza Lee ; Reuben Ranzo ; Poor old man : (dead horse) ; Hilo come down below ; Boney was a warrior : (John François) ; Blow the man down ; Coal black Rose ; Whiskey Johnny ; Blow boys, blow ; The bullgine -- Fore sheet chanties. Haul the bowlin'! ; Do my Johnny Bowker ; Haul away Jo -- Bunt chanty. Paddy Doyle's boots -- Sea songs. Farewell and adieu to you Spanish ladies ; Lowlands low.
- Call Number
- JMF 21-11
Songs of sea labour (chanties) / by Frank T. Bullen, F.R.G.S. (author of "The cruise of the Cachalot," "Idylls of the sea," "The log of a sea-waif," etc., etc.) and W.F. Arnold ; with an appreciation by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
London : Swan & Co. : Watson & Wilcock, Limited, 
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English words, some additional verses printed as text.
- Added Author
Bullen, Frank Thomas, 1857-1915.
Arnold, W. F.
Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930, writer of supplementary textual content.
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