Dessauer Marsch
The Dessauer Marsch (Armeemarsch I, 1b) is a slow infantry march.It is believed that the march originated from Italy. The melody of a folk song was played for Leopold I, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau after ...
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Strawberry Fair (song)
Strawberry Fair is an English folk song (Roud Folk Song Index 173). The song was collected by H. Fleetwood Sheppard in Broadstone, Devon, in 1891. The text may have been re-written by Sabine Baring Go...
Haazinu
Haazinu, Ha'azinu, or Ha'Azinu (הַאֲזִינוּ — Hebrew for "listen" when directed to more than one person, the first word in the parashah) is the 53rd weekly Torah portion (פָּרָשָׁה, parashah) in the an...
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Deuteronomic Code
The Deuteronomic Code is the name given by academics to the law code within the Book of Deuteronomy. It contains "a variety of topics including religious ceremonies and ritual purity, civil and crimi...
Ibzan
Ibzan (Hebrew: אִבְצָן‎; Ancient Greek: Ἀβαισσάν; Latin: Abesan) appears in the Bible as one of the Judges of Israel. Very little is said about him, except the following:Many scholars b...
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On the Trail of the Buffalo
"The Buffalo Skinners" ("The Hills of Mexico") is a traditional American folk song. It tells the story of an 1873 buffalo hunt on the southern plains. According to Fannie Eckstorm, 1873 is correct, ...
Ichabod
Ichabod (Hebrew: אִי כָבוֹד‎ inglorious) is named by the Books of Samuel as the brother of Ahitub. Ichabod is also identified by the Books of Samuel as having been the son of Phinehas, and a...
Ahinoam
Ahinoam (Hebrew: אחינועם‎) is a Hebrew name literally meaning brother of pleasantness, thus meaning pleasant. There are two references in the Bible to people who bear that name:Some scholars sug...
Book of Hosea
The Book of Hosea is one of the books of the Hebrew Bible. It stands first in order among what are known as the twelve Minor Prophets.
Hosea (הושֵעַ) prophesied during a dark and melancholic era o...
Song of Moses
The Song of Moses in this article relates to the name sometimes given to the poem that appears in Deuteronomy 32:1-43 of the Hebrew Bible written/orated just prior to Moses' death atop Mount Nebo. Th...
Leaving of Liverpool
"(The) Leaving of Liverpool", (Roud 9435), also known as "Fare Thee Well, My Own True Love", is a folksong. Folklorists classify it as a lyric lament, and it was also used as a sea shanty, especially ...
Odessa Mama (song)
For the disambiguation page and the term Odessa Mama used to reference the city, see Odessa Mama (disambiguation)Odessa Mama (also Odessa Mame, Odesa Mame, Adesa Mame; Yiddish: אָדעסאַ מאַמע) is a Yid...
Willie's Fatal Visit
Willie's Fatal Visit is Child ballad 255.
A woman asks after her mother, her father, her brother John, and her true love Willie. Only Willie was nearby. He came to her at night, and she took him...
John Dory (song)
John Dory is Child ballad number 284. The fish John Dory may be named for the title person.[1]The song is a three-part round. The first printing of the tune and text is 1609 in Thomas Ravenscroft's D...
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My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean
"My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean" is a traditional Scottish folk songwhich remains popular in Western culture.
The origin of the song is often suggested that the subject of the song may be Charles E...
Sweet Betsy from Pike
"Sweet Betsy from Pike" is an American ballad about the trials of a pioneer named Betsy and her lover Ike who migrate from Pike County (probably Missouri) to California. This Gold Rush-era song, with ...
Witness (altar)
Witness is the name of an altar in Joshua 22:34. The name appears in this form in the New King James Version, the English Standard Version and the New Living Translation. The King James Version merely...
Chants of India
Chants of India is an album by Indian musician Ravi Shankar released in 1997 on Angel Records. Produced by his friend and sometime collaborator George Harrison, the album consists of Vedic and other H...
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Wind the Bobbin Up
"Wind The Bobbin Up" is an English language children's nursery rhyme and singing game.
Among modern lyrics is:Wind the bobbin up,Wind the bobbin up,Pull, pull, clap, clap, clap.Wind it back again,...
Tamar (daughter of David)
Tamar (Hebrew: תָּמָר,  tamar,  tāmār) is a person in 2 Samuel in the Hebrew Bible. She was the daughter of King David, and sister of Absalom. Her mother was Maacah, daughter of Talmai, king...
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Jamie Douglas (song)
"Jamie Douglas" is Child Ballad 204, existing in numerous variants, such as "The Water Is Wide", and "Waly Waly". In the Roud Folk Song Index it is number 87, with more than 80 listed variants. This ...
Elon
In the Bible, Elon (or Ahialon in Douay–Rheims and some other translations) (Hebrew: אֵילֹן,  Elon,  ʼÊlōn ; "oak"; Ancient Greek: Αἰλώμ; Latin: Ahialon) was a Judge of Isr...
Michal
Michal (/mɨˈxɑːl/; Hebrew: מיכל‎  [miˈχal]) was a daughter of Saul, king of Israel, who loved and became the first wife of David, (1 Samuel 18:20-27) who later became king of Judah, an...
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Arriba en la Cordillera
"Arriba en la Cordillera" (English: Above on the Mountains) is a song by Chilean singer Patricio Manns, first released in 1965.The song is a Chilean folklore standard, and has been covered by band...
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Book of Deuteronomy
The Book of Deuteronomy (from Greek Δευτερονόμιον, Deuteronomion, "second law"; Hebrew: דְּבָרִים‎, Devarim, "[spoken] words") is the fifth book of the Hebrew Bible, and of the Jewish Torah. The...
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Ish-bosheth
According to the Hebrew Bible, Ish-bosheth (אִֽישְׁבֹּ֫שֶׁת; Standard: Ishbóshet; Tiberian: ʼΚbṓšeṯ) also called Eshbaal (אֶשְׁבַּ֫עַל; Standard: Eshbáʻal; Tiberian: ʼEšbáʻal), Ashbaal or Ishbaal, wa...
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Eglon (king)
Eglon was the king of Moab who oppressed Israel in the time of the Book of Judges. He was the head of the confederacy of Moab, Ammon and Amalek in their assault. One day, Ehud came presenting a custo...
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Bochim
Bochim is a place mentioned in the biblical book of Judges, situated west of the river Jordan. Its name means 'weepers'.
Bochim appears in only one section of Judges (in verses 1 and 5 of chapter ...