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Compiled by Joan Frey Boytim - G. Schirmer, Inc.
, Contents include: Across The Western Ocean (Celius Dougherty); O Mistress Mine (Roger Quilter); The Hunting Song (Mendelssohn); Next Winter Comes Slowly (Purcell); The Rovin' Gambler (John Jacob Niles); The Sea (Edward MacDowell); Blow Blow Thou Winter Wind (Roger Quilter)...thirty-two selections in all.

Full Song List
  • Across the Western Ocean by arr. Celius Dougherty
  • The Bells of Clermont Town by A.M. Goodhart
  • The Blind Ploughman by Robert Coningsby Clarke
  • Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind by Roger Quilter
  • Blow High, Blow Low by Charles Dibdin
  • Create in Me a Clean Heart by Carl F. Mueller
  • Encantadora Maria (Maria, Dear) by arr. Edward Kilenyi
  • False Phillis by Old English melody
  • The Friar of Orders Gray by William Shield
  • Hor' Ich das Liedchen Kligen (E'er When I Hear Them Singing) by Robert Schumann
  • Intermezzo (Thine Image Pure) by Robert Schumann
  • Jagdlied (Hunting Song) by Felix Mendelssohn
  • The Jolly Roger by R. Ritchie Robertson
  • The King of Love My Shepherd Is by Charles Gounod
  • La Paloma Blanca (The White Dove) by arr. Edward Kilenyi
  • Le Secret (The Secret) by Gabriel Faure
  • Leave Me, Loathsome Light by G.F. Handel
  • Let Us Break Bread Together by arr. Gordon Myers
  • Lord, I Want to Be a Christian by arr. John Payne
  • Lungi dal Caro Bene (Far from My Love I Languish) by Giuseppe Sarti
  • Next, Winter Comes Slowly by Henry Purcell
  • O Mistress Mine by Roger Quilter
  • On the Road to Mandalay by Oley Speaks
  • The Rovin' Gambler by John Jacob Niles
  • The Sea by Edward MacDowell
  • Sea Moods by Mildred Lund Tyson
  • Shenandoah by arr. Celius Dougherty
  • The Splendor Falls by Richard H. Walthew
  • Tally-Ho! by Franco Leoni
  • There Was a Mighty Monarch by L. van Beethoven
  • Why So Pale and Wan by Thomas Arne
  • Widmung (Dedication) by Robert Franz