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Title Brown girl in the ring.

Published Cambridge, Mass. : Rounder Records, [1997]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Caribbean voyage.
American song.
Notes "Game and pass play songs sung by children and adults from Trinidad, Tobago, Dominica, St. Lucia, Anguilla, Nevis, and Carriacou"--Original container.
Originally issued as compact disc.
Program notes with English, Creole, and French texts and translations ([40] p. : ill.) from original container.
Contents Game songs from Trinidad and Tobago: There's a brown girl in the ring ; One, two, three ; Zinglito ; Gypsy in the moonlight ; Coming down with a bunch of roses ; In a fine castle ; I have a tree in my right hand ; One Spaniard came ; Jane and Louisa ; Roman soldiers ; Sandy girl ; Some like it hot, some like it cold ; Green gravel ; Sammy dead-o ; Ring diamond ; Mamselle Marie, marry the girl one time ; Afouyèkè ; Poco, le' me 'lone ; Miss Lucy has some fine young ladies ; Mister Ram Goat-o ; Bésé down ; Si, si, Maria -- Pass play and game songs from Dominica and St. Lucia: Down to the carpet ; Mosquito one ; Early in the morning ; Tra la la voumbé ; Bonjour ma cousine ; Sikola ola vanni ; Dis sòlda la ; Ariyèl-o ; Missy-la, Massa-la ; Lindi mwen la riviè ; Mango ti-n ; Yun ti pwayé ; Ay zabèl-o ; Fiolé ; Round and round the village ; You lie, you lie ; Went to Jamaica ; Rolling shilling ; What shall I put it in? ; Van-la ; Mwen leve lindi bon matin ; Eliza Kongo -- Game songs from Anguilla and Nevis: Here we go loo-by loo ; Drop Peter drop ; Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar ; Little Sally Water ; Walking up the green grass ; How green you are ; Man o' war in the harbor ; Aunty Nanny thread the needle ; Annie, le' go me fowl ; A goosie lost his tail ; Something make me laugh, ha, ha, ha -- Pass play songs from Carriacou: Anana-o ; Elé Misi-o ; Meet me on the road ; Vio Vio lé ; 'Dolphus Coker ; Mary and Martha is bound to wear the crown-o.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (American song). Available via World Wide Web.
Language notes Sung in English, Creole, and French.
Other author Lomax, Alan, 1915-2002.
Subject Children's songs -- Caribbean Area.
Folk music -- Caribbean Area.
Folk songs, Creole -- Caribbean Area.
Folk songs, English -- Caribbean Area.
Folk songs, French -- Caribbean Area.
Singing games -- Caribbean Area.