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Author Fowke, Edith, 1913-1996.
Title Songs of work and freedom/ by Edith Fowke and Joe Glazer ; music arrangements: Kenneth Bray ; art work: Hope Taylor.
Published Chicago: Roosevelt Universit,y c1960.

 Music & Media - Stacks  M1977.L3 F8 1960    IN LIBRARY
 Special Collections & Archives  M1977.L3 F8 1960    IN LIBRARY
Description 208 p.; 28 cm.
Note For voice and piano, with chord symbols for guitar.
Explanatory notes follow each song.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 206) and index.
Contents Solidarity forever -- The commonwealth of toil -- Union maid -- Joe Hill -- Talking union -- You've got to go down and join the union -- The eight hour day -- Get thee behind me, Satan -- Brother John -- On the line -- Hinky dinky parlez.vous -- We will overcome -- Union train -- Hold the fort -- We shall not be moved -- Great day -- Old Ma Bell -- Casey Jones -- Roll the union on -- The scabs crawl in -- Down in a coal mine -- Dark as a dungeon -- Sixteen tons -- Which side are you on? -- The West Virginia hills -- The death of Mother Jones -- The Blantyre explosion --Union man -- My sweetheart's the mule in the mines -- A miner's life -- Hard times in the mill -- Bread and roses -- We are building a strong union -- The Winnsboro Cotton Mill blues -- The mill was made of marble -- The anthem of the ILGWU -- Take this hammer -- John Henry -- Pat works on the railway -- Drill ye tarriers, drill -- Jerry, go and oil that car -- The UAW-CIO -- United steelworkers are we -- Men of the soil -- The farmer is the man -- The boll weevil -- Down on penny's farm -- Planting rice -- Eleven cent cotton -- Zum gali gali -- So long, it's been good to know you -- One happy Swede -- Blow ye winds in the morning -- Leave her, Johnny -- Low bridge, everybody down.
(cont.) Canaday-i-o -- The buffalo skinners -- The old Chisholm Trail -- Hard traveling -- Hallelujah, I'm a bum -- Going down the road feeling bad -- The soup song' -- Beans, bacon, and gravy -- Fourpence a day -- Life is a toil -- Acres of clams -- The teacher's lament -- Too old to work -- Automation -- The rich man and the poor man -- The dodger -- No Irish need apply -- Times is mighty hard -- The preacher and the slave -- The man that waters the workers' beer -- I don't want your millions, mister -- The song of the guaranteed wage -- O freedom! -- We are marching on to victory -- The abolitionist hymn -- Go down, Moses -- John Brown's body -- The battle hymn or the republic -- No more auction block -- These things shall be! -- The cutty wren -- Die Gedanken sind frei -- When wilt thou save the people? -- A new Jerusalem --The marseillaise -- A man's a man for a' that -- Jefferson and liberty -- The red flag -- The peatbog soldiers -- Kevin Barry -- Let us all speak our minds -- It could be a wonderful world -- Everybody loves Saturday night -- Hey ho, nobody home -- Going to study war no more.
Local Note Sidney Lens; Gift; 2005.
Subject Working class -- Songs and music.
Related Names Fowke, Edith, 1913-1996.
Glazer, Joe.
Bray, Kenneth I. (Kenneth Ira), 1919-1999.
Collection Title Sidney Lens Book Collection.
OCLC number 1805721