An accessible, flexible piece for upper-elementary school choruses and a great selection for featuring your Orff program and highlighting many student instrumentalists. This charming partner song offers
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Everyone will love this Patti Drennan original that's perfect for the elementary choir! There is an option for bells, tambourine and conga drum, and Orff instruments could be used as well.
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This delightful children's selection is part of the popular Rote to Note series to encourage young choristers to move towards music literacy. The melody stays within a six-note range, so early note-readers
"Do you hear an echo out here? Do you hear an echo so clear?" Creative choral writing from Sally Albrecht that features pentatonic melodies sung in unison and canon, with ostinato accompaniment for Orff
An optional glockenspiel part adds extra holiday sparkle to this cheerful original that incorporates a jolly Jingle Bells excerpt in the middle. Imitative textures and independent vocal lines make
This treble arrangement of a traditional Chinese folk song provides an opportunity to add recorder, percussion, and Orff instruments. The lovely melody is sung in both English and Chinese, with the
Singers emulate the sound of ticking clocks as each voice part enjoys its own independent melody before uniting in a full partner song format. Orff and small percussion instruments can add a vibrant texture
Three short selections from the Orff-Schulwerk Music for Children collection combine to create a delightful choral suite for children's chorus. Perform with piano accompaniment or the original Orff
An easy pentatonic melody, a text rich in imagery, and a supportive piano part make this soothing song an ideal selection for beginning choirs. The patterning of optional bell, triangle, and hand drum parts
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