Folksinger's Wordbook

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Irwin Silber, Fred Silber
Oak Publications, 1973 - Music - 430 pages
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Probably the most compre-hensive collection of songs-1000 folk songs, work songs, old favorites, and new classics. Thirty-nine sections, each containing as many songs as can be found in some songbooks. For schools, camps, and churches. Melody line format.

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Contents

is FOREWORD 24 Putting On The Style
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Eddystone Light 38 Captain Jinks
26
Uncle
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Copyright

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About the author (1973)

Irwin Silber is the former editor of the magazine "Sing Out!Irwin Silber is the former editor of the magazine "Sing Out!" and has written numerous books on folk and popular music. " and has written numerous books on folk and popular music. He has also written on political and cultural matters for "THe has also written on political and cultural matters for "The Guardian, Crossroads, " and "Frontline." He lives in Oaklhe Guardian, Crossroads, " and "Frontline." He lives in Oakland, California. and, California.

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