Rise up Singing The Group Singing Songbook

ISBN-10: 1881322122
ISBN-13: 9781881322122
Edition: 15th 2015 (Anniversary)
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Description: Lyrics and guitar chords for nearly 1,200 songs are arranged in a compact, easy-to-use format in this comprehensive collection. Folk revival favorites; Broadway show tunes; Beatles songs; hymns, spirituals, and gospel standards; songs about peace,  More...

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Book details

List price: $22.95
Edition: 15th
Copyright year: 2015
Publisher: Sing Out! Publications
Publication date: 3/1/2005
Binding: Comb Bound 
Pages: 288
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.144

Lyrics and guitar chords for nearly 1,200 songs are arranged in a compact, easy-to-use format in this comprehensive collection. Folk revival favorites; Broadway show tunes; Beatles songs; hymns, spirituals, and gospel standards; songs about peace, freedom, labor, and the environment; and chanteys are among the songs included. This revised and retypeset version of the enormously popular group singing songbook makes this essential resource easier to read and use than ever before.

Before Jane could walk she was painting and drawing. She cried after her first day at school because they hadn't taught her to read and write in one day. From then on she hasn't stopped. Jane moved with her family and many animals around the world, living in houses, flats and camper vans moving from school to home education and back to school. Jane has continued to travel, write, draw and paint, always with animals, living in squats, tents, vans and boats. As a mature student she studied a BA in illustration at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge and won the highest awards given in the Macmillan Children's Book Prize for both her final two years. Jane shot to fame with the success of her DAISY picture books, all about an irresistible little duck with big feet. More success followed with EBB AND FLO, whose characters were brought to life on television. Jane, her husband, and her menagerie of rescued animals travelled to and around the Mediterranean on her ex-fishing boat home and her adventures have provided the inspiration for many of her books. Most recently Jane has turned her hand to fiction, with the exciting adventures of BERYL GOES WILD and SHIP'S CAT DORIS. Jane is currently living in France with her boat not far away.

Debby Dahl Edwardson lives on the shore of the Arctic Ocean in Barrow, Alaska, the northernmost point of land on the North American continent. She has fond memories of the way Barrow was sixteen years ago when she moved north from Southern Alaska determin

Pete Seeger is an internationally acclaimed songwriter, musician and activist.

Introduction
How to Use the Songbook
America - life, culture and history in the USA
Ballads and Old Songs - traditional songs and carols of the British Jsles
City - trials and joys of urban life
Creativity - fiddlers, dancers, weavers and singers
Dreams and Fantasies - songs of the imagination
Ecology - care for the earth and our environment
Faith - OldWorld hymns, White spirituals, new folk hymns, songs of Judaism
Farm and Prairie - farmers, migrant workers and cowboys
Freedom - songs of the BlackAmerican civil rights/liberation movement
Friendship - hugs, old buddies, tears and folks to lean on
Funny Songs - humor for the "big kids"
Golden Oldies - popular songs from the 1890's to the 1940's
Good Times - wassails, jugbands, nights-on-the town and other revelry
Gospel - composed hymns of the late 19th and early 20th century revival mectings
Hard Times and Blues - perseverance, prison, loneliness and some murders
Home and Family - children, parenting and other nesting activities
Hope - gentle social change songs, personal change, love for humanity
Love - romance
Lullabies and night songs
Men - on new male roles (and some old ones, too)
Mountain Voices - songs from Appalachia
Outdoors - songs and hymns celebrating nature, weather, wilderness and mornings
Peace - keeping the planet alive
Play - silly songs, animal songs and tons of other kids' favorites
Rich and Poor - "Wobblies", tramps, rising prices and economic justice
Rounds - less "serious" canons (most with music)
Sacred Rounds and Chants - on unity, hope, peace and the Spirit
Sea - sailors, seaports, shipwrecks and loved ones back home
Spirituals - Black traditional hymns from the days of slavery
Struggle - fights for national freedom and a just world
Time and Changes - seasons of the year, seasons of life
Travelin' - canalboats, railroad men, truck drivers (and more hoboes)
Unity - equality, community, solidarity
Women - celebrating our sisterhood, claiming our stories
Work - working folks' experiences and struggles for dignity and their unions
Artist Index
Cultures Index (languages, nationalities, etc.)
Holiday Index
Musicals Index (Broadway shows)
Subject Index
Title Index (including first lines and alternate titles)

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