27 songs and dances of Old England arranged for 2½ octave lap harp (C up to G). There are sea songs, love songs, drinking songs, ballads, shanties, and country dances taken from the time of Shakespeare through the reign of Queen Victoria. Lyrics are included, as well as historical notes which precede each tune. Chord symbols and fingerings are also provided.
Table of Contents:
Adieu Sweet Lovely Nancy, All Things Are Quite Silent, A-Roving, The Bay of Biscay O, Chestnut, The Chirping of the Lark, The Cobbler’s Jig, Cold and Raw, Death and the Lady, Gamblegold, Glory of the West, The Gravedigger’s Song, Hearts of Oak, The Keys of Canterbury, Lark in the Morn, Leave Her Johnny, Love Will Find Out the Way, On Ilkley Moor, The Outlandish Knight, Over the Hills and Far Away, Poor Robin, Robin Hood and the Tanner, Spanish Ladies, Under the Greenwood Tree, The Unquiet Grave, Western Ocean, When That I Was