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Songs of John Jacob Niles - Revised and Expanded Edition: Low Voice

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35 songs by Kentucky-born John Jacob Niles, one of the most loved American vocal composers, whose songs are a staple of contest solo lists. 11 songs have been added for the 2015 expanded edition. Includes Gambling Songs and a collection of Niles' Appalachian Carols, as well as a preface by and biographical notes on the composer. New in the 2015 Revised and Expanded edition: The Blue Madonna · Calm is the Night · Careless Love · Reward · Wayfaring Stranger · The Cherry-Tree · Lulle Lullay · Down in yon forest · Jesus the Christ is born · The Seven Joys of Mary · See Jesus the Saviour Complete Table of Contents: The Black Dress · Black is the color of my true love's hair · The Blue Madonna · Calm Is the Night · Careless Love · The Carol of the Bells · Evening · The Flower of Jesse · Go 'way from my window · I wonder as I wander · Jesus, Jesus, Rest Your Head · The Lass from the Low Countree · Little Black Star · The Lotus Bloom · My Lover is a farmer lad · Reward · Ribbon Bow · The Robin and the Thorn · Sweet little boy Jesus · Unused I am to lovers · Wayfaring Stranger · What Songs Were Sung · When I get up into Heaven · The Wild Rider · The Rovin' Gambler · The Gambler's Lament · The Gambler's Wife (By-Low) · Gambler, don't you lose your place · Gamblyer's Song of the Big Sandy River · The Cherry-Tree · Lulle Lullay · Down in yon forest · Jesus the Christ is born · The Seven Joys of Mary · See Jesus the Saviour These two lovely volumes for high and low voice are the result of growing scholarship around the work of a composer often slighted...We are fortunate indeed to have this latest generous edition, offering as it does a wealth of material for recital and pedagogic purposes. The inclusion of Niles's own notes from the original edition is particularly moving.--Journal of Singing

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