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COUNTRY DANCES: (Review by Edward Strickland)

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DANSES POPULAIRES FRANÇAISES: (Review by J. F. Weber)

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DANSES POPULAIRES FRANÇAISES: (Review by J. F. Weber)

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JOHN PLAYFORD'S POPULAR TUNES: (Review by J. F. Weber)

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POPULAR TUNES IN SEVENTEENTH CENTURY ENGLAND: (Review by Edward Strickland)

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POPULAR TUNES IN SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY ENGLAND: (Review by Michael Ullman)

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THE BEGGAR'S OPERA. ORIGINAL SONGS AND AIRS: (Review by Nils Anderson)

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THE BEGGAR'S OPERA. ORIGINAL SONGS AND AIRS: (Review by Nils Anderson)

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GAY/PEPUSCH: The Beggar's Opera (Review by James Camner)

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TRADITIONAL: Girls and boys come out to play. Polly put the kettle on/Lucy Locket. Jack and Jill went up the hill. Tom, he was a piper's son. Little boy blue, come blow your horn. Little Miss Muttet, she sat on a tuffet. Oh dear what can the matter be? Here we go round the mulberry bush. Oranges and lemons. Oats and beans and barley grow. The farmer's in his den. Dance to your daddy. A ring o'roses. Hey diddle diddle/Humpty Dumpty. I had four brothers over the sea. I saw a ship a-sailing. There was a man lived in the moon. If all the world were paper. Lavender's blue. Sing a song of sixpence. I had a little nut tree. Oliver Cromwell lay buried and dead. Old King Cole was a merry old soul. Grand old Duke of York/Lion and the unicorn. Ding dong bell, pussy's in the well. Hickory dickory dock. The three blind mice. There were three little kittens. I love little pussy. Pussy cat, pussy cat, where have you been? Three blind mice went into a hole to spin. My daddy is dead, but I can't tell you how. A jolly fat frog lived in the river. The north wind doth blow. Who killed cock Robin? A frog he would a wooing go. Mary had a little lamb. Baa baa black sheep. Little Bo Peep. Hot cross buns. Little Jack Hornet. Dame get up and bake your pies. Pat a cake, pat a cake, baker's man. Oh, what have you got for dinner, Mrs. Bond? Hush a bye baby on the tree top. Dance a baby diddy. Hey diddle dumpling, my son John. Twinkle twinkle little star. Sleep, baby sleep. Boys and girls to play (Review by William Zagorski)

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