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Jean Murray: Music

The Carmack Song

(Vocal and Guitar, Will Putman; mandolin, Charlie Hunt)
unknown

Mountain Canary

(Fiddle, Susie Hallinan; mandolin, Charlie Hunt; guitar, Scott Darter)
2003
Author unknown; Collected from Carol Ann Wheeler

Why Don't You Write A Letter Home

(Vocalist: Bill Reed; Piano, Genie Loser)
Words and Music by Wm. Windom and Gussie Davis

The Girl I Left Behind Me

(Vocal and guitar: Will Putman; mandolin, Charlie Hunt; fiddle, Susie Hallinan)
Unknown. Traditional military song

The Belle of the Klondike

(Vocal, Julie Rafferty; piano, Shirley Hughes)
Words by J.Dannenberg; music by Ellis R. Ephraim

He Is Sleeping in the Klondike Vale, Tonight

(Vocal, Bill Reed; piano, Genie Loser)
M. J. Fitzpatrick

Wanted, My Darling PaPa

With Gold I Bring from the Klondike

(Vocals: Theresa Reed, Bill Reed; pianist, Genie Loser)
Words by Wm. H. Gardner; music by Chas. D. Blake, 1897

Dear Evelina, Sweet Evelina

(Fiddle, Susie Hallinan; guitar, Scott Darter; mandolin and harmonica, Charlie Hunt; bass fiddle, Robin Dale Ford)
unknown

Irish Washerwoman and Irishman's Shanty

(Fiddle, Susie Hallinan; guitar, Scott Darter; mandolin and harmonica, Charlie Hunt.)
Composer of "Washerwoman" unknown. Henry Tucker claimed authorship of "Irishman's Shanty."

Klondike Rag

Such a Nice Girl, Too

(Vocal and piano, Shirley Hughes)
Composed by Arthur Seldon. Words revised by Hattie Anderson

Cheechako Lil

(Vocals: Shirley Hughes and Bruce Hanson)
Words by "Tin Whistle" Jack: music taken from the 1902 Harry Von Tilzer song, "Down Where the Wirtzburger Flows."

On the Banks of the Yukon

(Vocal: Brian Bennett; pianist, Jean A. Murray)
Words by Eugene Schmitz; music from "On the Banks of the Wabash" , by Paul Dresser

Chilkoot March

Let the Sunshine In

(Vocals: Robert Menaker, Rick England, Allen Menaker, Virgil Holman)
Words by Ada Blenkhorn; music by Chas. H. Gabriel

Turkey in the Straw

(Fiddle, Susie Hallinan; guitar, Scott Darter; mandolin and harmonica, Charlie Hunt; bass fiddle, Robin Dale Ford)
Unknown

Klondike Gold

(Bill Reed and Fairbanks Light Opera; piano, Genie Loser)
Words by Roger S. Phelps; msic by Leo Bruck

Some Folks

(Vocal and guitar, Will Putman; mandolin, Charlie Hunt)
Stephen Foster
"We sang all the Stephen Foster songs," remarked Betty, a singer at Hannah Marr's Bar in Skagway, the summer of 1898.

Arctic Brotherhood Two-Step

The Klondike Gold Rush

(Dana Hart and Fairbanks Light Opera Showcase Singers)
Unknown

The Man Who Struck It Rich In the Klondike

Klondike: March of the Gold Miners

Yukona

(Fairbanks Light Opera Theatre)
Words by Emogene Coleman; music by Arthur Boyle