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One hundred songs of toil : 450 years of workers' songs

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One hundred songs of toil : 450 years of workers' songs / compiled and edited by Karl Dallas ;edited by Elizabeth Poston [Printed Music].
London : Wolfe, c1974.
255p ; 22cm 1score.
Melody line only, with guitar chords.
Contents: All wish the war was over; A-working on the railway; The banks of the Dee; The best-dressed man of Seghill; Blackleg miners; The Blantyre explosion; The bold engineers; The bold Irish navvy; The broo road; Byker Hill and Walker shore; The celebrated working man; Charles Docherty; The coalowner and the pitman's wife; The coal trade; The cockfight; The collier laddie; The colliers' rant; Cosher Bailey; The cropper lads; Cushie Butterfield; Doctor Beeching; The doffing mistress; The Donibristle Moss Moran disaster; Down in a coalmine; Droylesden Wakes; The Dublin Jack-of-all-trades; The Durham lock-out; Factory girl; Farewell to the 'Cotia; The fireman's growl; The foggy dew; Footy against the wall; Foster's Mill; Fourpence a day; Geordie Black; The Gresford disaster; Grimshaw's factory fire; The handloom versus the powerloom; The handloom weaver and the factory maid; The handloom weavers' lament; The Haswell cages; Hot asphalt;.I could hew; The iron horse; Johnny Sneddon; The jolly grinder; Jowl, jowl and listen; The keel row; The lint pulling; Little chance; The maid of Campbell's mill; The miners' lifeguard; Moses of the mail; My lad's a canny lad; My winder; Nae wark; The navvy boy; Oakey's keeker; The Oakey strike evictions; On the old Ellenny; Paddy works on the railway; The pitman's courtship; The pitman's dog; The pitman's happy times; The pitman's lovesong; The poor cotton weaver; The pound-a-week rise; Poverty knock; The pride of the Springfield Row; The railwayman's lament; Rap her to bank; The redundant railwayman; The roaming journeyman; The roving hackler; The row between the cages;.The Sandgate dandling song; The Sandgate girl's lamentation; The Sandgate lass; The Shurat weaver; Six jolly miners; The South Medomsley strike; The spinner's wedding; The spinning wheel; The stonecutter boy; The streets of London; The strike; Surat warps; Swalwell hopping; This afternoon's all mine; The Trimdon Grange explosion; Turntable song; Walker shore and Byker Hill; The wark o' the weavers; The weaver of Wellbrook; The weaver's song; William Brown; Will the weaver; With my pitboots on; The working chap.
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