This is a group of seven lighthearted partner warm-ups. The songs are good for teaching precision, enunciation, articulation, and, as they are true partner songs, they help develop the independence
Young singers are fascinated by the concept of rounds: the joy of chasing but never catching the voice before them. They also experience the important first steps towards musical independence.
This is a sequential repertoire of kid-tested songs to help guide singers to "finding their voices" in successful harmony. It includes movement and percussion echoes, rounds and canons, speech canons, call
Rounds are a wonderful way to introduce harmony to young singers! However, traditional rounds often have too wide a range for changing voices, so this collection was created with the male changing voice in
Build confidence and independence in your young singers with this collection of seven original rounds: Friends Are Like Diamonds; Rockin' Frere Jacques; Canoe Round; The Further Adventures of Three
This fine collection of songs is a sequel to 150 American Folk Songs edited by Peter Erdei. It includes pentatonic and diatonic melodies as well as minor and modal songs. A helpful Kodaly sequence is
Versatile, practical and economical - this marvelous reproducible collection of 12 original rounds targets the grades 4-9 general music or choir classroom. Written in a variety of musical styles, each round
Elementary classroom music teachers will find an abundance of fun, practical, informative and useful songs in Elizabeth Gilpatrick's book Sing With Me! Learn With Me! This reproducible
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