Mister Fred Rogers, the television personality who championed children's education and social equality, was especially fond of the numbers 1, 4 and 3 signifying the number of letters in "I," "love" and
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This pop hit from 1964 features opportunities for solos or section features. Syncopated vocal lines and a light swing feel add to the fun in this easily learned novelty number. Add the optional rhythm parts
Master composer and educator Audrey Snyder knows the importance of hope in the lives of young people. In this original song, she presents a positive text in a setting that is easy to learn and memorable.
Changing the world starts with just one person! Using a powerful vocal call and response with body percussion, this original work builds confidence and self-awareness through the affirming lyrics and vocal
Beginning with a slow gospel swing groove and then transitioning into an upbeat Broadway-style two beat feel, this upbeat selection delivers a terrific message. Hand claps and foot stomps help to
A kid's perspective on childhood, the upbeat lyrics in this selection show that the ordinary things in life are special. With approachable harmonies and ranges, the song delivers an infectious melody and a
This inspiring song is about discovering the uniqueness that lies within each one of us, embracing it, and letting it ring out for the whole world to hear. We are all truly glorious! The beautifully
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Word painting takes center stage with this light and bright setting based on the Sara Teasdale poem The Cloud. A light and wistful optional flute obbligato helps students capture this feeling of
"More than the wind, more than the snow, more than the sunshine, I love the rain..." Celebrating the love of rain, Ebenezer Jones' lesser-known poem is set with spirit and vitality in this happy, playful
"Soaring and gliding, racing down the wind, on my way to find my destiny..." Fresh, easy and singable, this piece will speak to the youthful optimism of your students. A stunning performance piece for young
This song was featured at the 2002 Winter Olympics. Its message of universal brotherhood is enhanced by the choir singing the bridge in five different languages, English, Spanish, Japanese, French, and
A fun, upbeat, and positive song about happiness, laughter, and feeling good. Easy to learn, catchy, and wonderfully motivating, this song has great rhythmic energy and is a joy to
The romantic text of Robert Louis Stevenson's Over the Land Is April is set here for young men's voices. The keys in this a cappella and mostly homophonic arrangement fit both changed and unchanged
Sometimes children have to face some scary things in life. This sweet song of hope offers a comforting message of protection and sweet dreams for every child. The midi accompaniment rehearsal track reflects
"May I live a life worth living, one for loving and for giving. Yes, this must be my purpose and my call! And may I always hear the music in it all." A powerful inspirational message partnered with a lovely
This work abounds with spirit, embracing the force of nature portrayed in the Anne Bronte poem. The buoyant piano accompaniment sets the mood, while the gently rocking choral parts give lilt and sway. This
"There ne'er were such thousands of leaves on a tree, nor of people in church or the Park, as the crowds of the stars that looked down upon me, and that glittered and winked in the dark." Treble choirs will
This uplifting ballad offers a positive message of hope. Starting with one solo voice and building to full choral presentation with descant, this accessible piece shares the value of music and unity. "Sing
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This beautiful and thoughtful setting of the Paul Laurence Dunbar poem includes parts for Orff instruments (glockenspiel and bass metallophone) and an optional flute obbligato that make this piece
Composer Lowell Mason is often regarded as the father of public school music education. In this early song by him we sing of the power, beauty and joy that music brings to our lives. A message that rings
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