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Kathleen Mavourneen - Dixieland Singers - Songs Of The South (Vinyl, Album)

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  1. Tracks include: "Camptown Races," "Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair," "Oh Susannah," "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp," "Dixie," and many more. Language English. Media Types MP3; Digital Download.
  2. When Irish Eyes Are Smiling. RCA CAMDENcal Mother Machree; Kathleen Mavourneen; The Rose of. John McCormack SINGS IRISH SONGS. JOHN MCCORMACK SINGS IRISH SONGS VINYL LP RECORD RCA CAMDEN CMD - NICE Turkey, Mauritius, Somalia, Brunei Darussalam, Chad, Madagascar, New Caledonia, South Africa, Western Samoa, India, Côte d Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. Jun 10,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Gettysburg (Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) on Discogs.
  4. Probably best known for their religious songs and hymns, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir bring to life some of the best known songs of the American Civil War: Dixie, Kathleen Mavourneen, The Battle Cry of Freedom, When Johnny Comes Marching Home,Tramp, Tramp, Tramp and others/5(58).
  5. We pair sheet music pdfs found online with midi files. Each singer chooses a song from the alphabetical title list then uses the pdf and midi to learn the song. The song vocal is recorded with the midi and is output as an mp3. The result is uploaded to the appropriate song page. Each audio recording is made into a video for YouTube.
  6. Then [C]why art thou [G]silent, [D]Kathleen, ma[D7]vourne[G]en? Kathleen, mavourneen, awake from thy slumbers, The blue mountains glow in the sun's golden light. Ah! Where is the spell that once hung on thy numbers, Arise in thy beauty, thou star of my night! Mavourneen, mavourneen, my sad tears are falling, To think that from Erin and thee I.
  7. Title Kathleen Mavourneen Contributor Names Beyer, Ferdinand (composer) Created / Published.
  8. "Kathleen Mavourneen" is a song written in , composed by Frederick Crouch with lyrics by a Mrs. Crawford. Crawford's name is variously cited as Annie, Julia, Louise Macartney, Louise Matilda Jane, or Marion; Crouch is also sometimes incorrectly cited as the author of the song's lyrics. It was popular during the American Civil War. "Mavourneen" is a term of endearment derived from the Irish.
  9. Songs of the South, an album by The Michael O'Neal Singers on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.

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