Borrowed Songs

Paul Berry, tenor (PB) Louise Fauteux, soprano (LF) Tiffany Jackson, soprano (TJ) Richard Lalli, baritone (RL) Nicole Rodriguez, soprano (NR) Piano and organ accompaniments performed by Alexis Zingale Recorded by Mateusz Zechowski of Studio Teo

After the Ball (NR)
Alexander (NR)
Alexander's Ragtime Band (NR)
America (NR)
America the Beautiful (MATERNA) (TJ)
  The Anacreontic Song (see The Star Spangled Banner)
  And When In Future Years (see Jolly Dogs)
Angels Ever Bright and Fair (Handel) (LF)
Annie Lisle (LF)
Are you the O Reilly? (LF)
  As I was a-walking one morning for pleasure (see Git Along Little Dogies)
Auld Lang Syne (NR)
A Band of Brothers in DKE (PB)
The Battle Cry of Freedom (TJ)
Battle Hymn of the Republic (LF)
  "The bear went over the mountain" (see For He's a Jolly Good Fellow)
Ben Bolt (PB)
Bright College Years (PB)
  "Bring the good old bugle, boys!" (see Marching Through Georgia)
The British Grenadiers (PB)
Camptown Races (PB)
  "Can't you see the rain and hail" (see Alexander)
  Clementine (see Oh, My Darling Celementine)
  The College Chorus (see Few Days)
Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean (PB)
  "Come, brothers, and a song we'll sing, Psi U., Psi U" (see Few Days)
Comin' Through the Rye (NR)
  "Darling, I am growing old" (see Silver Threads Among the Gold)
  Dear Old Yale (see Bright College Years)
  "Den I wish I was in Dixie" (see Dixie's Land)
  "Den sound de horn" (see The Year of Jubilee)
  "The despot's heel is on they shore" (see Maryland, My Maryland)
Dixie's Land (PB)
  "Down in front of Casey's" (see The Sidewalks of New York)
  "Down in the cornfield" (see Massa's in de Cold Ground)
  "Down where the waving willow" (see Annie Lisle)
  "Eastside, Westside, all around the town" (see The Sidewalks of New York)
  "Ev'ry morn I send thee violets" (see Violets)
  "Far above Cayuga's waters" (see Annie Lisle)
  "Farewell! Mother, may you never" (see Just Before the Battle, Mother)
  "Fath'r and I went down to camp" (see Yankee Doodle)
Few Days (Psi U) (PB)
  "Firm, united let us be" (see Hail! Columbia)
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow (LF)
  "For we always seem so jolly oh!" (see Jolly Dogs)
  Freshman in Park (see The Worms Crawl In)
The Girl I left Behind Me (PB)
Git Along Little Dogies (PB)
  "Give me a home in the dear old South" (see That Old Cabin Home Upon the Hill)
  "Glory! Glory Hallelujah" (see Battle Hymn of the Republic)
  Golden Slippers (see Oh, Dem Golden Slippers)
  "Gone are the days when my heart was young and gay" (see Old Black Joe)
Good Night Ladies (LF)
  "The Good Time Coming" (see Wake Nicodemus)
Gregorian Psalm Tone, second (Te Deum) (PB)
Hail! Columbia (LF)
Harvard Has Blue Stocking Girls (PB)
Hello! Ma Baby (PB)
Here's to Good Old Yale (PB)
  "Hiawatha was an Indian" (see Tammany)
Home! Sweet Home! (LF)
  The Hoochy-Kootchy Dance (see Streets of Cairo)
  "How dry I am" (see Borrowed Hymns: Happy Day)
  "Hurrah! Hurrah! We bring the Jubilee!" (see Marching Through Georgia)
Hy-Can Nuck A No (PB)
It's Raining, It's Pouring (LF)
  "I once did lub a colored gal" (see Stop That Knocking at My Door)
  "I will sing you a song" (see Streets of Cairo)
  "I wish I was in de land ob cotton" (see Dixie's Land)
  "I'm a rambling wretch of poverty" (see A Son of a Gambolier)
  "I'm coming, I'm coming, for my head is bending low" (see Old Black Joe)
  "I'm lonesome since I cross'd the hill" (see The Girl I Left Behind Me)
  "In a cavern, in a canyon" (see Oh, My Darling Clementine)
  "In the prison cell I sit" (see Tramp, Tramp, Tramp)
  "Is that Mr. Reilly" (see Are You the O'Reilly)
It's Raining, It's Pouring (LF)
I've Been Working on the Railroad (PB)
  John Brown's Body (see Battle Hymn of the Republic)
  "Johnnie, get your gun, get your gun" (see Over There)
  Jolly DKE (see Jolly Dogs)
Jolly Dogs (PB)
Just Before the Battle, Mother (PB)
Kathleen Mavourneen (RL)
Katy Darling (PB)
Kingdom Coming (NR)
  Kingdom Has Come! (see The Year of Jubilee)
  Lauriger Horatius (see Maryland, My Maryland)
  Levee Song (see I've Been Working on the Railroad)
Little Annie Rooney (PB)
  "A Little Maiden" (see After the Ball)
London Bridge (LF)
Long, Long Ago (PB)
Ma Blushin' Rosie (NR)
Marching Through Georgia (PB)
La Marseillaise (PB)
Maryland, My Maryland (LF)
Massa's in de Cold Ground (PB)
  "Mine eyes have seen the glory (see Battle Hymn of the Republic)
  My Darling Clementine (see Oh My Darling Clementine)
My Old Kentucky Home (LF)
  "Nicodemus, the slave, was of African birth" (see Wake Nicodemus)
Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen (NR)
  "O beautiful, for spacious skies" (see America the Beautiful)
  "O Christmas tree" (see Maryland, My Maryland)
  "O Tannenbaum" (see Maryland, My Maryland)
Oh, Dem Golden Slippers (LF)
Oh, My Darling Clementine (LF)
  "Oh, nobody knows the trouble I've seen" (see Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen)
  "Oh say! can you see" (see The Star Spangled Banner)
  "Oh, the moonlight's fair tonight along the Wabash" (see On the Banks of the Wabash)
  "Oh, they tell me thou art dead, Katy darling" (see Katy Darling)
Old Black Joe (PB)
Old Folks at Home (LF)
Old Nassau (PB)
On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away (PB)
On the Road to Mandalay (NR)
Over There (NR)
  Phi Marching Song (see A Band of Brothers in DKE)
  The Poor Little Country Maid (see Streets of Cairo)
  The President's March (see Hail! Columbia)
  Psi U., Psi U. (see Few Days)
  The Red, White, and Blue (see Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean)
Reuben and Rachel (LF and PB)
  "Reuben, I have long been thinking" (see Reuben and Rachel)
  "Reuben, Reuben" (see Reuben and Rachel)
  Riding down from Bangor (see Reuben and Rachel)
Rock-a-bye Baby (LF)
  Sailing, Sailing (see Borrowed Instrumental Pieces: Omega Lambda Chi)
Sally in Our Alley (PB)
  "She's my sweetheart! I'm her beau!" (see Little Annie Rooney)
  "Should auld acquaintance be forgot" (see Auld Lang Syne)
The Sidewalks of New York (East Side, West Side) (NR)
Silver Threads Among the Gold (NR)
  "So merrily sing we all" (see A band of Brothers in DKE)
  "Some talk of Alexander" (see The British Grenadiers)
A Son of a Gambolier (PB)
The Star Spangled Banner (NR)
Stop That Knocking at My Door (PB)
Streets of Cairo (Kradoutja;Hootchy-Kootchy Dance) (LF)
  "The sun shines bright in the old Kentucky home" (see My Old Kentucky Home)
Tamanny (NR)
Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay! (NR)
  Te Deum (see Gregorian psalm tone, second)
  "Tell me the tales" (see Long, Long Ago)
Tenting on the Old Camp Ground (PB)
That Old Cabin Home Upon the Hill (LF)
There's Music in the Air (LF)
  Three cheers for Old Nassau (see Old Nassau)
  To Anacreon in Heaven (see The Star Spangled Banner)
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (PB)
  "The Union Forever" (see The Battle Cry of Freedom)
Violets (LF)
  Die Wacht am Rhein (see Bright College Years)
Wake Nicodemus (PB)
  "Wave willows" (see Annie Lisle)
  "Way down upon the Swanee River" (see Old Folks at Home)
  "We won't go home until morning" (see For He's a Jolly Good Fellow)
When Johnny Comes Marching Home (TJ)
"Where, Oh Where Are the Verdant Freshmen?" (PB)
  "Whoopee ti yi yo" (see Git Along Little Dogies)
The Worms Crawl In (NR)
Yankee Doodle (LF)
  "Ye sons of France, awake to glory!" (see La Marseillaise)
The Year of Jubilee (TJ)