Music registers

Music registers

 

Irish, Scottish and Ragtime

 

A Bonnie Wee Lassie………………………..107

All For Me Grog……………………………….62

A Nation Once Again………………………..36

Annie Laurie……………………………………114

A Rosebud by my Early Walk…………….101

As I Leave Behind Neidin…………………..13

As I Roved Out………………………………..88

Auld Lang Syne………………………………105

Avon River……………………………………..34

Baidin Fheidhlimi…………………………….52

(The) Banks of My Own Lovely Lee…….69

Biddy Mulligan…………………………………6

(The) Birks of Aberfeldy…………………..100

Black and White Rag…………………………

(The) Black Velvet Band……………………….75

(The) Blarney Roses……………………………82

Blind Mary………………………………………..27

(The) Blue Bell…………………………………..114

Bonnie Charlie’s Now Awa……………………116

Bonny Jean………………………………………….103

(The) Boston Burglar………………………………28

Bunch of Thyme…………………………………..39

(The) Cambbells are Comin’…………………112

Carrickfergus………………………………………47

(The) Cliffs of Doneen……………………………51

Cockles and Mussels……………………………..16

Come Back Paddy Reilly…………………………53

Comin’ Thro’ the Rye……………………………109

Connemara Cradle Song………………………..59

Craigieburn Wood………………………………..98

(The) Curragh of Kildare…………………………..44

Danny Boy………………………………………………8

(The) Dear Little Shamrock……………………….11

(The) Devil and the Farmer……………………….4

Dingle Bay…………………………………………….61

Dirty Old Town……………………………………….62

Do You Want… Lobby Washed Down……….41

Dublin Jack of all Trades…………………………65

Easy and Slow………………………………………40

(The) Entertainer……………………………………

Eriskay Love Lilt…………………………………….120

Fiddlers’ Green……………………………………….10

(The) Fields of Athenry…………………………….67

Finnegan’s Wake……………………………………31

Flow Gently Sweet Afton………………………..101

Four Green Fields…………………………………17

(The) Gallant Weaver…………………………….96

Galway Bay(1)………………………………………75

Galway Bay (2)…………………………………….76

Golden Jubilee……………………………………..2

(The) Green Fields of America…………..94

Green Grow the Rashes, O………………105

(The) Harp That Once………………………51

(The) Hills of Kerry………………………….30

(The) Holy Ground…………………………..69

I Belong to Glasgow…………………………122

In Dublin’s Fair City…………………………..48

Irish Eyes Are Smiling……………………….45

(The) Irish Rover……………………………….49

I’ll Take You Home Again, Kathleen……..71

I’ll Tell me Ma………………………………….55

James Connolly……………………………….44

(The) John O’Dreams……………………….24

(The) Jolly Beggar……………………………74

(The) Jug of Punch……………………………20

Kelly, the Boy from Killane…………………77

(The) Kerry Dances…………………………….55

Kimmage………………………………………….3

Land of Light…………………………………..119

Last May, a Braw Wooer…………………..96

Last Rose of Summer………………………..88

Let Him Go Let Him Tarry………………….37

Limerick……………………………………………3

Limerick is Beautiful…………………………87

Limerick You’re a Lady……………………..84

Loch Lomond………………………………..111

Lochnagar……………………………………..106

Love’s Old Sweet Song…………………………..43

Lovely Leitrim………………………………………..22

McAlpine’s Fusiliers……………………………….54

MacNamara’s Band………………………………42

Mary From Dungloe……………………………….38

Master McGrath…………………………………..52

Matt Hyland………………………………………….7

(The) Meeting of the Waters……………….26, 70

(The) Mermaid……………………………………….64

(The) Minstrel Boy…………………………………..25

(The) Mountains of Mourne……………………..27

Muirsheen Durkin………………………………….83

My Cavan Girl……………………………………….24

My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose……………..104

My Love She’s but a Lassie Yet………………..97

My Wife’s a Winsome Wee Thing……………99

Nancy Myles………………………………………….23

Nora………………………………………………………9

Nora Lee………………………………………………63

Oh, Bonnie wee Lassie…………………………..107

(The) Old Bog Road……………………………….57

Old Rosin the Beau………………………………..95

(The) Old Rustic Bridge………………………….85

(The) Old Triangle…………………………………66

Only Our Rivers Run Free……………………….15

Original Rags………………………………………

Oh Willie Brew’d a Peck o’Maut……………..97

Pat Murphy’s Meadow……………………………78

Patrick on the Railroad…………………………..89

Raglan Road…………………………………………55

Rare Old Mountain Dew………………………..54

(The) Rare Oul’ Times………………………….21

(The) Reason I Left Mullingar……………….73

Red is the Rose…………………………………109

(The) Rising of the Moon…………………….33

(The) Road to Dundee……………………….121

(The) Road to the Isles………………………118

Roddy McCorley………………………………..20

(The) Rose of Allendale………………………90

(The) Rose of Mooncoin…………………….29

(The) Rose of Tralee…………………………..46

Rowan Tree………………………………………..2

(The) Sally Garden……………………………..14

Scotland the Brave…………………………….117

Scots, Wha Hae…………………………………..104

Sean South from Garryowen………………….20

Sensation…………………………………………….

Seven Drunken Nights…………………………..58

Shanagolden………………………………………..83

(The) Shoals of Herring…………………………..63

Shores of Amerikay……………………………….18

Skye Boat Song……………………………………119

Slievenamon………………………………………….1

Song for Ireland…………………………………….72

(The) Snowy-Breasted Pearl……………………..5

Spancil Hill……………………………………………..39

(The) Spanish Lady…………………………………32

(The) Spinning Wheel……………………………..12

(The) Streets of New York………………………..19

(The) Strenuous Life………………………………104

Sweet Sixteen………………………………… ……..91

Sweet Thames Flow Softly……………………….25

There’s Nae Luck………………………………….110

There was a Lad was Born in Kyle…………..102

This is no my Ain Lassie………………………..100

Tipperary……………………………………………..92

(The) Town I Loved so Well…………………….79

Twenty-one Years…………………………………66

(The) Wearing of the Green……………………93

Weeping Willow …………………………………

Westering Home…………………………………113

(The) West’s Awake………………………………35

Where My Eileen is Waiting…………………….81

Where the Three Counties Meet………………60

Whiskey in the Jar………………………………….26

Wicklow My Home………………………………….86

(The) Wild Colonial Boy……………………………70

(The) Wild Rover……………………………………50

Will You Go Lassie Go…………………………….145

(The) Wind in the Willows………………………80

Ye Banks and Braes……………………………….108

 

English, American and various songs

 

(The) Ballad of Joe Hill……………………..343

A Bicycle Built for Two…………………….380

Ain’t It a Shame………………………………311

A Litttle Bitty Tear…………………………….222

A Little Talk with Jesus……………………….334

Alexander Ragtime Band……………………212

Allan Water……………………………………..279

All Through the Night……………………….360

Amazing Grace………………………………….366

Angels, from the Realms of Glory………..327

Anthem from Chess…………………………375

A Perfect Day…………………………………..351

A Pub with no Beer……………………………300

Are You Lonesome Tonight……………….348

A-Roving…………………………………………242

(The) Ash Grove……………………………….359

Backwater Blues……………………………….314

(The) Ballad of the Tea Party………………228

(The) Band Played Waltzing Matilda…….370

(The) Battle Cry of Freedom……………….254

Beautiful Dreamer……………………………317

Beer Barrel Polka……………………………..346

Believe Me If All ……………………………….225

(The) Bells of St. Mary’s……………………..298

Ben Backstay……………………………………243

Billy Boy…………………………………209,210,211

Blowing in the Wind…………………………..366

Blow the Wind Southerly……………………..383

Blow, ye Wind……………………………………315

Bourgeois Blues…………………………………..312

Bow the Man Down……………………………..283

(The) Blue Tail Fly……………………………….226

(The) Blue Tail Fly (2)…………………………..227

Bobby Shafto………………………………………217

(The) Boston Tea Tax……………………………229

(The British Grenadiers………………………..381

Buffalo Gals………………………………………..221

Camptown Races………………………………….325

Can’t Help Falling in Love……………………….296

Can’t You Dance the Polka?……………………274

Careless Love………………………………………224

Carry Me Back to Old Virginny………………286

Casey Jones……………………………………….341

Changing Partner………………………………..305

Clementine………………………………………..276

Come Back Liza…………………………………..738

Come Lassies and Lads………………………..278

Congratulations……………………………378-379

Country Garden………………………………….213

Darling Nellie Gray………………………………246

Daytrip to Bangor……………………………..205

De Day ob Liberty’s Coming………………..257

Ding Dong! Merrily on High………………..327

Dixie Land…………………………………………259

Don’t Take my Papa Away from Me……..337

Down by the Riverside………………………..361

Down in the Valley……………………………..236

Drink to me Only………………………………..282

(The) Drunken Sailor…………………………..241

Early one Morning………………………………277

Edelweiss…………………………………………..295

Everybody Sing Freedom……………………..363

Farewell Angelina………………………………..373

Fine Old English Gentleman………………..382

(The) Foggy, Foggy Dew………………..272

For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow…………249

Free America………………………………230

(The) Garden Bench…………………….216

Gave my Love a Cherry………………………276

(The) Girl I Left Behind……………………..269

Goin’ Round Takin’ Names……………309

(The) Golden Vanity……………………..218

Goober Peas…………………………………264

Good Night Irene………………………….304

Good Night Ladies………………………..350

Grandfather’s Clock……………………..206

(The) Green Fields of France…………372

Greensleeves……………………………….238

Hallelujah I’m a Bum…………………….288

(The) Hammer Song……………………..310

Happy Birthday……………………………377

He Have to Go…………………………… 368

He’s Got the Whole World…………….315

Here’s to the Maiden……………………275

Here We Are Again………………………250

Home on the Range………………………..290

Home, Sweet Home………………………….231

How Can You Keep on Movin’………………312

I Don’t Know How to Love HIm…………….345

If You Miss Me from  Back of the Buss…..313

I Gave My Love a Cherry………………………212

I Love You Because……………………………..349

In the Shadow of the Old Apple Tree…..245

Island in the Sun…………………………………737

It’s Pretty to be at………………………………358

I goes to Fight with Sigel……………………..269

I’ve Got No Use For Women…………………218

I Married a Wife………………………………….284

It was a Lover and his Lass……………………219

Jack and Gill………………………………………222

Jamaica Farewell………………………………..737

Jealous Heart……………………………………..301

Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair…………..316

Jingle Bells………………………………………….326

Joe Bowers…………………………………………232

John Brown’s Body………………………………258

Joey Moroney……………………………………..377

John Henry………………………………………….309

Just a Closer Walk with Thee………………….358

Just After the Battle……………………………..263

Just Before the Battle Mother………………..262

Keel Row……………………………………………..240

(The) Keys of Canterbury………………………209

Kingdom Coming………………………………….267

Land of Hope and Glory…………………………306

Land of My Fathers……………………………….207

(The) Last Thing on My MInd…………..354-355

Leaving of Liverpool………………………………215

(The) Little Brown Jug……………………………271

Little Mohee…………………………………………240

Little Old Sod Shanty……………………………..208

London Bridge………………………………………204

Long, Long Ago……………………………………..281

Looking out my Back Door……………………..303

Lorena…………………………………………………266

Love Me Tender……………………………………297

Marching Through Georgia…………………….255

Mary’s Boychild…………………………………….329

Massa’s in de Cold Cold Ground……………..324

Maybe It’s Because I’m a Londoner………..201

Me and Bobby McGee………………………….374

Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland……………335

Michael Row the Boat Ashore………………308

(The) Miller of the Dee………………………..244

Miss Bailey’s Ghost……………………..214

(The) More We Are Together…………285

Morning has Broken……………………..296

Music, Music, Music……………………….239

My Bonnie…………………………………..237

My Old Kentucky Home…………………318

Nearer My God to Thee………………….331

Oh, Susanna…………………………………..319

Oh, What a Beautiful Morning…………357

Oh, When the Saints……………………..314

Old Black Joe………………………………….323

Old MacDonald Had a Farm………………252

(The) Old Spinning Wheel…………………220

Old Zip Coin…………………………………….233

Ole Folks at Home……………………………320

Ol’ Man River…………………………………..352

One More Dance………………………………300

On  Ilkely Morr Baht ‘At……………………..384

On the Banks of the Wabash……………….292

On Top of Old Smoky…………………………236

Pack up your Troubles………………………..369

Paper of Pins………………………………………209

Please Release Me………………………………..298

Polly-Wolly-Doodle……………………………….235

(The) Preacher and the Slave………………….332

(A) Pub With No Beer…………………………..239

Puff the Magic Dragon………………………….345

(The) Rebel Girl………………………………..338

Red River Valley……………………………..270

Riding Down From Bangor……………….251

Robin Adair…………………………………….221

Rock my Soul…………………………………..308

Rudolph with the Red Nose………………330

Rule Britannia…………………………………307

St. Louis Blues…………………………………311

Scarborough Fair……………………………..206

See the Conquering Hero Comes……….297

See the Moon…………………………………..216

She was Poor but She Was Honest……….203

She’ll be Coming round the Mountain…..234

Side by Side…………………………………………302

Silent Night………………………………………..328

Simple Song of Freedom………………………365

Sing a Song of Sixpence………………………..247

Sir Peter Parker………………………………….291

Skip to My Lou……………………………………367

Soldier, Soldier………………………………….248

Somewhere My Love…………………………229

Stille Sorg (Foster)……………………………..321

Strangest Dream……………………………….364

Streets of Laredo……………………………..270

Streets of London……………………………..202

Sucking Cider Thro’ a Straw……………….224

Sunlight, Sunlight……………………………333

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot………………….362

Ta-ra-ra bom ta-ra…………………………….342

Ten Green Bottles…………………………..251

Tennessee Waltz………………………………346

Tenting on the Old Campground………256

There Goes MY Everything……………….353

There is a Tavern in the Town………………280

There is Power in the Blood of the Lamb….339

There Was an Old Lady…………………………289

This Train…………………………………………..295

Thou Wilt Come no More, Gentle Annie…..322

To Be or Not to Be………………………………..376

Tramp, Tramp, Tramp……………………….. 260

Try to Remember…………………………………347

Turkey in the Straw………………………………294

Upidee…………………………………………………223

(The) Vicar of Bray…………………………………288

Vilkings and His Dinah……………………………293

Vive L’Amour………………………………………..253

Wabash Cannon Ball…………………………….350

Waltzing Matilda………………………………….371

Weel May the Keel Row………………………..283

Weeping Sad and Lonely………………………265

We Shall Not be Moved………………………..363

We Shall Overcome……………………………..363

When I Was a Student………………………….287

When Sherman Marched Down …………..261

Where Have All the Flowers Gone…………365

Where the Fraser River Flows………………340

White Wings……………………………………..233

Widdicombe Fair………………………………..381

Workers of the World Awaken…………….336

Yankee Doodle………………………………….273

(The) Yellow Rose of Texas…………………..268

You Are my Sunshine…………………………..349

 

Swedish, Danish, German and various

 

Alley Cat…………………………………………………….726

Am Brunnen vor dem Tore…………………………..696

Amerikabrevet……………………………………………588

An den Mond……………………………………………..704

Anna Lovinda……………………………………………..637

Anna var i Anders kär………………………………….639

Anne Marie……………………………………………….614

Balladen om Gustaf Blom från Borås…………….533

Ballad pour Adeleine…………………………………..719

Bamsefars fødselsdag…………………………………578

(The) Banana Boat Song……………………………….738

Blåsen nu alla……………………………………………558

Bort längtande vekhet………………………………560

Brevet från Lillan……………………………………..544

Bröllopsresan til Barcelona……………………….503

Brudvals…………………………………………………507

Calle Schewens vals…………………………………524

Cicilia och rallaren……………………………………568

Come Back Liza………………………………………..738

Como Prima…………………………………………….724

Dansen den går……………………………………….501

Das schönste im Leben…………………………….700

De 18 svaner………………………………………….584

Den arbejdsløses sang…………………………….635

Den blå färgen………………………………………588

Den dejligste vise i verden……………………..609

Den er fin med kompasset……………………..678

 

 

 

Den första gång jag såg dig…………………………………594

Den gamla Svea…………………………………………………568

Den gamle variete………………………………………………638

Den glade bagarn i San Remo………………………………518

Den glade vandrer………………………………………………633

Den lyckliga nudisten…………………………………………..505

Den milde dag er lys og lang………………………………..631

Den mørke Manja og den lyse Lis…………………………..648

Den spillemand snapped fiolen fra väg……………………679

Den sømand han må lide………………………………………627

Der er lys i lygten, lille mor……………………………………635

Der er noget galt i Danmark………………………………….602

Deserteurslied…………………………………………………….694

Det haver så nyligen regnet…………………………………..650

Det lysner over agres felt………………………………………667

Det løvfald………………………………………………………….667

Det var en aften på Tivoli…………………………………….613

Det var på Fred’riksberg……………………………………….623

Die Gedanken sind frei…………………………………..695,698

Dit hjerte er i fare, Andresen…………………………………654

Dold mellan furorna ligger min koja……………………….561

Du och jag och våren……………………………………………591

Du gamle måne……………………………………………………673

Där gingo tre jänter………………………………………………585

Eldarevalsen……………………………………………………….512

Ellinor dansar……………………………………………………..502

Ellinors vals………………………………………………………..546

En förolyckad rallares visa……………………………………571

En jæger gik at jage………………………………………..616

En liden vid kanin…………………………………………..582

En skål for den mø………………………………………….626

En sømand har sin enegang……………..    …………..669

En sømandsbrud har bølgen kær…………………….625

Erindrer De? Det var i Kongens have………………619

Farvel til Nyhavns bedstefar…………………………665

Fjäriln vingad……………………………………………..557

Fleckefjordbanevisan………………………………….566

Flicka från Backafall……………………………………580

Flickan i Havanna………………………………………521

Flickorna i Småland……………………………………576

Fra Engeland till Skottland………………………….573

Fra Halifax til Spanien………………………………..634

Freude, schöner Götterfunken……………………705

Fritjof Andersson………………………………………538

Fritjof Anderssons paradmarch…………………..534

Fritjof Anderssons polka…………………………….532

Fritjof i Arkadien……………………………………….522

Fritjof och Carmencita……………………………….514

Fraan Engeland till Skotland……………………….573

Glade Kalle………………………………………………567

Goj awten……………………………………………….639

Go nu nat………………………………………………..676

Gotländsk sommarnatt……………………………..590

Guantenamera………………………………………..722

Gubben Noach…………………………………………552

Gyldenlakken…………………………………………..653

Gå ud efter øl………………………………………….632

Han kom, han smilede, han gik………………….658

Havnen…………………………………………………..656

Havsörnsvals………………………………………………516

Heidenröslem…………………………………………….699

Henne om hjørnet……………………………………….655

Herlig en sommernat…………………………………..606

Hilsen til forårssolen…………………………………….604

Hils fra mig derhjemme………………………………..630

Himlajord……………………………………………………535

Hujedamej sånt barn han var………………………..595

Huldas Karin……………………………………………….515

Hvem sidder der bag skärmen……………………….649

Hvis tårer var guld………………………………………..579

Hvor er du nu?…………………………………………….607

Hvorfor er jeg glad……………………………………….605

Här kommer Pippi Långstrump………………………595

Här Rosemarie, syns blåa Nämdöfjärden……….  530

Hör hur västanvinden susar……………………………587

Ich kaufe mir lieber einen tyrolerhut……………….698

I Danmark er jeg født…………………………………….626

I den gamle pavillon………………………………………652

I den gule lupin……………………………………………..617

I den lille have i Pile Alle…………………………………680

I Gällivare trakter………………………………………….569

Imellem Esbjerg og Fanø…………………………………637

I morges da jeg vågnede…………………………………666

Internationalen……………………………………………..740

I skovens dybe, stille ro…………………………………..674

I skoven skulle være Gilde……………………………….618

Island in the Sun…………………………………………….737

I sommarens soliga dagar………………………………..592

Jag hade en gång en båt…………………………………..563

Jag har aldrig fået noget………………………………….643

Jag är fri, jag har sonat………………………………………523

Jag är kommen uti barlden för att tjäna…………….570

Jamaica Farwell……………………………………………..737

Jeg byder Dem en rose……………………………………640

Jeg har en ven……………………………………………….622

Jeg vil bygge en verden…………………………………..671

Jeg plukker fløjlsgræs……………………………………..631

Jeronimus sang………………………………………………624

Jim og jeg var venner alle dage………………………..642

Jungman Jansson……………………………………………587

Kalle Petersson och Josefina……………………………565

Kalle på Spången…………………………………………..581

Karl-Alfred, Fritjof Andersson och jag………………541

Katinka, Katinka…………………………………………….663

Kom i min famn…………………………………………….542

Kom lieber Mai…………………………………………….705

Kronborg-valsen………………………………………….659

Kvineshei tunnelvisa…………………………………….572

Kys hinanden………………………………………………636

Käraste bröder, systrar och vänner………………..555

Køb blomster, køb blomster…………………………641

Linnea……………………………………………………….538

Linstead Market…………………………………………739

Litet grann från ovan………………………………….582

(Die) Lorelei………………………………………………699

Luffarvisa…………………………………………………567

Luk dørren op………………………………………….643

Lundeborghymnen………………………………….673

Maj på Malö……………………………………………520

Manden på risten…………………………………….651

Marken er mejet…………………………………….658

Med Amor som blindpassager……………………….615

Min Amanda var fra Kjerteminde…………………..670

Min älskling…………………………………………………510

Musens sang………………………………………………612

Måske har du det lisom jeg…………………………..666

Möte i monsunen………………………………………..547

Nadie………………………………………………………….703

Nocturne……………………………………………………..539

Noget om at ærge sig…………………………………….644

Noget om drankervejr…………………………………..647

Noget om helte…………………………………………….646

Noget om kammermusik………………………………..645

Noget om skærsommernætter………………………..645

Nu er dagen fuld af sang………………………………….649

Nu går våren gennem Nyhavn…………………………..664

Nu lokker atter de lange veje…………………………….661

Nu spelar vårens ljumma vind……………………………561

Nu är det sommar…………………………………………….586

Nybo’er……………………………………………………………629

När jag var en ung caballero……………………………….519

När skönheten kom till byn………………………………..562

O, hjælp mig Madonna………………………………………613

Oh, Tannenbaum………………………………………………695

Ole sad på en knold og sang…………………………………648

Omkring tiggarn från Luossa…………………………………559

O, solo mio…………………………………………………………725

Oxdragarsång……………………………………………………..550

Pepita dansar……………………………………………………..511

Pige træd varsomt……………………………………………….611

Poul sine høns……………………………………………………..681

Regnvejrsdag i november……………………………………..617

Rombackvisan………………………………………………….571

Rosa på bal……………………………………………………..549

Ruben Nilssons rallarvisa………………………………….567

Rullen går………………………………………………………600

Rönnerdals polska…………………………………………..508

Sang om bevidshed…………………………………………628

Sejle op ad Åen……………………………………………….657

Serenaden i Prästgatan……………………………………548

Sig de ord, du ved…………………………………………..610

Sjösala vår……………………………………………………..506

Skaergaardsfruen…………………………………………..536

Skål Ritual……………………………………………………..675

Slut på rallarkåren………………………………………….572

Smålandsbanevisan……………………………………….565

Snart dages det, brødre…………………………………672

Solola…………………………………………………………..521

Sommarfågelns visa………………………………………564

Sommarnatt………………………………………………..542

Stemningsmelodien…………………………………….608

Storstugans marsch…………………………………….589

Svantes lykkelige dag………………………………….632

Så lunka vi så småningom…………………………….556

Så länge skutan kan gå………………………………..540

Så skimrande var aldrig havet………………………531

Sönnavindvalsen………………………………………..682

Tatuerarevalsen…………………………………………504

To mennesker der mødtes………………………….633

Torna o Sorriento………………………………………723

Tre røde roser……………………………………………677

Trink Brüderlein, trink………………………………..693

Tulpen aus Amsterdam………………………………708

Tørresnoren…………………………………………………..662

Ulla, min Ulla…………………………………………………..554

Undan ur vägen……………………………………………….553

Vals fra ‘den Glade enke’……………………………………707

Vals i Gökottan………………………………………………….537

Vals ombord……………………………………………………..528

Vals på Ängön…………………………………………………….509

Ved landsbyens gadekær……………………………………..668

Vem tar hand om hösten………………………………………577

Veras vinterven…………………………………………………..620

Veronica……………………………………………………………..584

Vi gå över dagstänkta berg……………………………………593

Vi har retten til at drømme……………………………………647

Vi klarar oss nog ändå…………………………………………..583

Vila vid denna källa………………………………………………551

Vildandens sang…………………………………………………..601

Vilja-sangen………………………………………………………..706

Visa från Riksgränsbanan……………………………………..564

Visan om kockorna på Riksgränsbanan…………………..569

Vi voksen kan også være bange…………………………….660

Vogelfänger bin ich ja…………………………………………..697

Vossebanevisan…………………………………………………..563

Vårt land, vårt land, vårt fosterland……………………….574

Wer soll dass bezahlen…………………………………………702

Wien du Stadt meiner Träume………………………………701

Ah, disse minder………………………………………………….603

Ångermansvisan………………………………………………….566

Öckerövalsen………………………………………………………575

Øresunds blå……………………………………………………….621