An American folk tradition, "play party" songs like All Fly Around became popular in the mid-1800s due to the need for interaction and entertainment at social gatherings. This bright,
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"Way up yonder above the moon, a bluebird sits in a silver spoon. Kitty alone and I..." This Irish nonsense song is a whirling, twirling kaleidoscope of sound - an excellent showcase for young treble
This lively, rhythmic and humorous arrangement is pure fun from start to finish, not to mention easy to learn! Hand-clappin', hootin' and hollerin' and even some barking and howling fill the verses and
The Colorado Trail is an American cowboy song about driving cattle from southern Oklahoma northwest to Colorado. Traveling this trail from beginning to end requires strength and perseverance, and
Easy voice parts that alternate then sing together, clever spoken sections with body percussion, and vocal sound effects for frogs and mosquitoes make this American folksong come alive with fun!
A lively arrangement of the American fiddle tune that will have you "goin' up Cripple Creek to have a little fun!" With a xylophone part, handclaps and accessible choral parts, this is a fantastic choice
Arranged for a cappella mixed voices, this expressive setting of the Irish melody will melt hearts with its traditional setting. The lush choral harmonies are accessible and beautifully written.
A wonderful song for connecting music to American history and culture! Developing singers in elementary and middle school will gain important performance skills and musical development with this peppy
Here's a rollicking sea chantey from Newfoundland that your choir will love! Body percussion for handclaps and foot stomps is notated, and percussion for bucket drums and a fiddle part really add to the
For treble voices, piano and optional cello, this simple adaptation of a children's song offers lessons of love, peace and beauty for us all. Beginning with an opening solo, and incorporating Twinkle,
This clever combination of Steele's The Rose of Alabama and Foster's Oh! Susanna is a treat for treble choirs. Ample unison and two-part harmony sections make this a quick learn, and a
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