Synopses & Reviews
More than 100 well-known campfire songs to entertain and enjoy—with words, scores, and guitar chords
Lost for words? This enduring collection will have you tapping your feet and raising your voice, indoors or out. A splendid treasury with an easy-to-read format that provides hours of fun, this fourth edition includes several new songs. From songs of the West to spirituals and gospel hymns, from American folk songs and rounds to sea chanteys, foreign folk songs, and patriotic songs, it brings together these and many other timeless tunes that will evoke and provide delightful childhood memories: Amazing Grace
Michael, Row the Boat Ashore
Red River Valley
On Top of Old Smokey
America the Beautiful Hikers, campers, students, scouts, teachers—and even shy shower singers—who have this in their backpacks, glove compartments, or guitar cases will be ready for instant group or individual entertainment.
This enduring collection of more than 100 campfire songs - complete with words, scores and guitar chords.
About the Author
Irene Maddox taught music in public schools and sang and played professionally across the United States and Europe in orchestras, Broadway shows, and chamber groups as well as in a flute duo. She taught flute in Charlotte, North Carolina, and was on the staff of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and Queens College.
Rosalyn Cobb worked with both children and adults in many different fields of music. She taught at the Community School of the Arts in Charlotte.