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  • Published: New York, Toronto, Farrar & Rinehart incorporated [c1942]
  • Year Published: 1942
  • Description: xxvii, 3-621 p. incl. front., illus. 26 cm.
  • Language: English
  • Format: Music Score

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"Sound off!" : Soldier songs from the revolution to World War Ⅱ

by Dolph, Edward Arthur, 1896-

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Call number: Music 781.1 D663s

Available Copies: Downtown 2nd Floor

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Remember Pearl Harbor, 1942 section: Arms for the love of America -- Song of the Army Engineer -- Crash on ! Artillery -- The infantry--Kings of the highway -- The song of the Signal Corps

Songs with hash-stripes, current section: The bugle calls: Fatigue call ; Mess call ; Reveille ; Sick call ; Stable call ; Taps -- The caisson song -- Captain Jinks -- The cavalry remount -- The cavlry song -- The coast artilleryman -- Drill, ye engineers, drill -- The drinking fusileers -- Fiddlers' green -- For her lover who was far away -- For seven long years -- I don't want no more Army -- The infantry song -- In the good old target time -- It's a way we have in the Army -- It was not like this in the Old Armee -- Keep them rolling -- The monkeys have no tails in Zamboanga -- The Mountain battery -- Old King Cole -- O'Reilly's gone to Hell -- The raw recruit -- The red Guidon -- Oh!, the regular Army -- Rogues' marches -- Stand, Army, to the bar -- There is no work in the Army -- With the dirt behind their ears -- You're in the Army now

Hinky-dinky, parley-voo?, World War section: Army beans -- Apres la guerre fini -- The battle of Bill Run -- Bill, old dog, we're going to do yah -- Bombed -- The brave grenadier -- Bring back my kitchen to me -- The busted King of England -- Carry on -- Coast artillery song -- The Corporal gives me Hell -- Darling, I am coming back -- The engineer train -- Get out that old broken tibia -- Give me a discharge -- Give me some hardtack -- Good morning, Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip -- The guts of the Army -- Hail, hail, the gang's all here -- A handsome young airman -- Have you forgot us? -- A helluva engineer -- Hinky-dinky, parley-voo? -- Hold your head down, Fusileer -- A hot time in Berlin -- I ain't got weary yet -- I'd hate to be a Hun -- If you don't like beans and hardtack -- I'll tell you where they were -- I'm a-rarin' to go -- In the base at Savenay -- It's the syme the whole world over -- I want to go home

(cont.) Just behind the battle, Mother -- K-K-K-Katy -- Keep your head down, Fritzie boy -- Kelly Field Air Service song -- Kussing the Kaiser -- Look at the ears on him -- Mademoiselle Soixante-quinze -- Medical officers' training camp song -- The M. P.'s -- Oh, how I hate to go into the mess hall -- Oh, it's a lovely war -- The old gray hearse -- One of the Yankee Division's marching songs -- Our wild Irish rows -- Over there -- Parodies on "The darktown strutters' ball": Air Service Version--Kelly Field ; Where do you get that stuff? ; Version of Battery C, 21st F. A., 5th Division ; Version of the Twenty-seventh Division ; Version of the Twenty-eighth division ; Version of Unknown origin -- Parodies on K-K-K-Katy: K-K-K-K-K-P ; C-C-C-Cootie -- Parodies on "Liberty Bell": Company A, 121st M.G.Bn ; Old General Bell -- Parodies on "A long, long trail": A Camp Travis parody -- The red leg rookie's lament -- There's a long, long nail a-grinding

(cont.) Parodies on "Over there": After all ; The 360th Infantry parody -- Parodies on "The old gray mare": The Kaiser ain't what he used to be -- Pay-day song -- Signal Corps song -- We're in the Q.M.C. -- Parodiy on Tramp, tramp, tramp -- Parodies on "Where to we go from here": Bon soir, mademoiselle -- Mother, take in your service flag -- Mother, put out your service star -- Parody of 310th Engineers -- Slip a pill to Kaiser Bill -- The passing pilot -- Post-war stanzas of Hinky-dinky, parley-voo? -- The Private's song -- Roarious--Coast Artillery Marching song -- Scratch, scratch, scratch -- Second Field volunteers -- She is a Lulu -- Slum and beans -- Song from the 109th Field Artillery -- That's the wrong way to tickle Marie -- There are ships -- The Twenty-eight Division

(cont.) We're all going calling on the Kaiser -- We're through -- We saw the damn thing through -- We've got a dinky stove 'n everything -- When evening cooties crawl -- When I get to New York -- When the guns are rolling yonder -- When we step up old Fifth Avenue

In the days of the Empire, Spanish-American war section: At Naic -- Bacon on the rind -- By old Fort San Felipe -- The Carabao -- Down by Old Manila Bay -- A dream -- El soldado Americano -- The emancipated race -- The Flilipino hombre -- The Governor General's song -- If a lady's wearin' pantaloons -- In Mindanao -- Little Brown brothers -- On Datu Ali's trail -- On the road to Old Luzon -- A Rookie -- The soldier's song -- Transport song

The Blue and the Gray, Civil War section: Abraham's daughter -- All qiet along the Potomac tonight -- The army bean -- The Army bugs -- Army graybacks -- Army grub -- The battle-cry of freedom -- Battle hymn of the Republic -- The bonnie blue flag -- The bowld soger boy -- The cavaliers of Dixie -- Co-ca-che-lunk -- Colored soldiers at Honey Hill -- Confederate parody on "Just before the battle, Mother" -- Corporal Schnaps -- Dixie -- Do they miss me in the trenches? -- Down in Charleston jail -- Eating goober peas -- For Bales -- Grafted into the Army -- Hard crackers -- Hardtack -- Here's your mule -- I'll be a sergeant -- The infantry -- Joe Bowers -- John Brown's body -- Just before the battle, Mother -- Kingdom coming -- Libby Prison song -- A life in the soldier's camp -- The life of a soldier -- A life on the Vicksburg Bluff -- Lorena

(cont.) Marching along -- Marching through Georgia -- Mary had a little lamb -- Maryland, my Maryland -- Not the Infantry, but the Cavalry -- Oh, I'm a good old rebel -- Since I've been in the Army -- Song from 107th Colored Troops -- Song of the Dude -- Stonewall Jackson's way -- Tenting on the old camp-ground -- Touch the elbow -- Tramp, tramp, tramp, the boys are marching -- 'T was at the siege of Vicksburg -- Upi Dei di -- We are the boys of Potomac's ranks -- We've drunk from the same canteen -- When Johnny comes marching home -- When Sherman marched down to the sea -- When this cruel war is over -- Winning them back -- Would you be a soldier, Laddy?

On to Mexico, Mexican War section: The battle call -- The bayonet boys -- Buck and gag him -- Buena vista -- Come raise aloft the red, white and blue -- The death of Crockett -- The fair land of Texas -- Female volunteer for Mexico -- Fire away -- Join the Hickory blues -- The leg I left behind me -- Love and battle -- My Daddy to my Mammy said -- New York volunteers' camp song -- Point Isabel chant -- Remember the Alamo -- Rio Bravo -- Song of the Memphis volunteers -- The song of Texas -- Strike for your rights, avenge your wrongs -- Taylor, the fine old Southern gentleman -- Texan Ranger's song -- The Texas war cry -- To arms -- Uncle Sam and Mexico -- Uncle Sam to Texas -- The union call -- 'Way down in Mexico -- We are coming home -- We're the boys for Mexico -- Will you come to the bower -- With these we'll bivouac -- Zachary Taylor

From the Wabash to the Everglades, War of 1812 section: The American star -- The battle of Stonington -- Benjamin Beall -- The boys of Ohio -- Frontier man's call -- The dragoon bold -- Hey Betty Martin -- The hunters Kentucky -- The Indian yell -- New Yankee Doodle Dandy -- Parliament of England -- Patriotic diggers -- Pauvre Madelon -- The star-spangled banner -- The Yankee girls -- The Yankee volunteers

In the days of Yankee Doodle, Revolutionary War section: The battle of the kegs -- The blue bird -- Brave Paulding and the spy -- The British Light Infantry -- Chester -- Come out, ye Continentalers -- Come swallow your bumpers, ye Tories -- Follow Washington -- Free America -- How happy the soldier -- How stands the glass around -- The Irishman's epistle to the troops in Boston -- Mad Anthony Wayne -- Old soldiers of the King -- Parody on "The banks of the Dee" -- The progress of Sir Jack Bragg -- The Saratoga song -- Sergeant Champe -- The Swamp Fox -- The volunteers boys -- Yankee Doodle

Songs from the regiments: 51st Coast Artillery song -- 14th Infantry song -- Garryowen (7th Cavalry) -- The girl I left behind me (7th Infantry) -- Hiking song of the Eigth Infantry -- In the Second Cavalry -- Mexican Border medley -- Ninth Cavalry Anthem (The monkey married the baboon's sister) -- Old Arizona again (4th cavalry) -- The old Ninth Infantry -- Only one more jungle season (11th Engineers) -- 66th Field Artillery song -- Sixth Field Artillery song -- A son of a Musketeer (7th N.Y.) -- Tenth U.S. Infantry song -- Third Coast Artillery march -- To the Eighteenth (18th Infantry) -- We lead the way (29th Infantry) -- We're the boys of the Thirsty-first (31st Infantry) -- The young dragoon (5th Cavalry)

West Point songs: Alma Mater -- Army, Army, you're a wonder -- Army blue -- Army blue of 1859 -- Army, o Army -- The Army's coming down the river -- Benny Havens, Oh! -- Cadets' graduating song for 1848 -- Chevrons -- Dashing white sergeant -- Down in Maryland -- Fight away -- Furlo' moon -- Furlo' song of 1829 -- He done his level best -- Hike song of 1917 -- How well I remember -- Missouri national -- Official West Point March -- Oh, me, oh my -- Slum and gravy -- The yearling.

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