A true charmer! The original text cleverly hovers along the pitches of the major scale, and a slower middle section, in the parallel minor key, provides a perfect opportunity to discover and discuss tempo
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Here's a comical set of six "pun-ny" mini-movements, each written in its own distinctive musical style. Sung mostly in unison, with just a few optional harmonies throughout, this under-four-minute feature
What a fantastic way to teach the names of famous composers! This ingenious little piece uses tunes from three traditional rounds to teach the names of master composers throughout music history. It's so
Kids will love this fun partner-song arrangement of a turn-of-the-century American parlor song. After crooning through the familiar melody, singers will delight in the stylized vocal slides that shape the
How fun to sing about one of nature's most curious creatures! A whimsical text, bluesy overtones, quirky chromatics, and optional hand percussion paint a clear picture of the skillful lizard and his
It's a partner-song arrangement of You're a Grand Old Flag and Colonel Bogey, and it's the most enjoyable patriotic salute available for young choirs! Complete with kazoos, this is a
"I do not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them, Sam-I-Am..." This swingin' novelty number is taken from the 2000 Broadway musical "Seussical," and Andy's arrangement includes a ready-made encore
Kids will love performing with shakers in hand during this island-flavored Calypso song, arranged especially for developing two-part singers. A terrific way to shake things up and bring the house down!
The partner song format of this light swing tune ensures that your kids will successfully sing in two-part harmony! A standard jazz progression effectively supports this introduction to basic scat singing.
Triadic harmonies and several spoken solos are perfect for younger groups in this fun novelty song. Compare dance moves with Frankenstein, Wolfman, and Dracula, and maybe add a few of your own!
Would Pachelbel approve? Who knows. But singers and audiences surely will! This rhythmic rendition presents the famous "Canon in D" with nonsensical scat syllables. Sing a cappella or with the optional
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