Pig in the the Parlor and 20 More Authentic Play Parties
By Alan Spurgeon
These play parties were researched from the music of the Ozark Mountain region of Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. They were popular in rural America (especially in the south and central regions) from the second half of the 19th century, and by the 1940's and 50's were gone. Includes melody line (unison), lyrics, and game or movement directions.
For grade 3 and up.
Pig in the Parlor, Sandy He Belonged to the Mill, Shiloh, Fare You Well, I Set My Trap Way O'er in the Field, My Sugar Lump, 25 Miles to London, Oars on the Boat, Consolation Flowing Free, The Girl I Left Behind, Dusty Miller, Little Brown Jug, 4 in the Middle, Sugar & Tea, Miller Boy, Redbird Redbird Through the Window, How Old Are You My Prettly Little Miss, 'Rocco Ladies Turn, Pretty Little Pink, Roll That Brown Jug Down to Town, We'll All Go Down to Rowser.
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