Jennie Jenkins First Steps in Music series

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GIA Publications #ad - In the united states, “jennie Jenkins” was sung as a way for a boy to ask a girl to dance. If the girl failed to quickly respond with an appropriate answer, she would be required to dance with the boy. The fully notated version of this song with all the words is included at the end of the book, along with a detailed history of the song.

Jennie Jenkins First Steps in Music series #ad - The boy would sing the first part and pick a color and the girl would have to make up an answer that rhymed. An mp3 of the song is also available for free download. A beautifully illustrated version of the classic and humorous song, this picture book will become a favorite of today’s children, “Jennie Jenkins”  A beautiful take on a timeless story, another wonderful chapter in the continuing legacy of a delightful, classic songtale.

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Risseldy, Rosseldy First Steps in Music series

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GIA Publications #ad - The fully notated version is included along with the complete lyrics and a detailed history of this beloved narrative. Following the couple from their marriage through the wife’s nonsensical antics over the years, the featured tune contains a clever tongue-twister as its chorus, which grows more elaborate and entertaining as the song progresses.

Guidelines for downloading the accompanying complimentary song are also provided. Reviving a timeless american folk song, this children’s book relates the hilarious story of a husband and his impossibly lazy wife. Showcased with a variety of wonderful illustrations, hedy west, Ian Campbell, this handbook highlights a melody that has been cherished since the late 19th century, Pete Seeger, covered by Burl Ives, Ed McCurdy, and Chubby Parker.

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Over in the Meadow

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GIA Publications #ad - There lives a wonderful array of animals and their young. The fully notated version of this song with all the words is included at the end of this book, along with a detailed history of the song. A beautiful take on a timeless story, this picture book is another wonderful chapter in the continuing legacy of a delightful, classic songtale.

Over in the meadow. Now lavishly illustrated by Marissa Napoletano and collected by John M. Feierabend, this song is sure to delight current and future generations. This traditional folksong probably originated in the United Kingdom in the sixteenth century. Over in the meadow has not only served as a song to teach counting and rhyming, it is also a delightful introduction to the wonderful natural world that we share with our animal friends.

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There's a Hole in the Bucket! First Steps in Music series

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GIA Publications #ad - Feierabend brings this beloved song to vivid life, while Marissa Madonna’s captivating illustrations add yet another dimension to the continuing legacy of this charming, engaging song. Like the other picture books in the first steps in Music series, the notation for the song, it includes a description of the history of the song, and a link to download the song in audio form at www.

Giamusic. Com. Tracing its roots back more than 400 years, “there’s a Hole in the Bucket!” is another folk song classic that’s certain to delight today’s children. John M.

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Had a Little Rooster First Steps in Music series

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GIA Publications #ad - Had a Little Rooster First Steps in Music series #ad - Had a little rooster is the latest lavishly illustrated children’s songtale from GIA Publications, Inc. A cumulative song that has been shared for more than 100 years, each verse of "Had a Little Rooster" introduces a new character and a new sound that must be added to the previous verse. Cumulative songs are tons of fun for kids, challenging singers to use more and more breath and to remember an ever-increasing cast of characters and sounds.

The song can be downloaded with a code included in the book.

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Kitty Alone First Steps in Music series

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GIA Publications #ad - This beautifully illustrated version sets the song in the Appalachian Mountains and uses a bobcat, called a “woods ghost” by locals, as the title character. Like the other titles in the first steps in Music series, Kitty Alone includes song history and notation, along with a free download link for the song, sung by Jill Trinka.

Kitty Alone First Steps in Music series #ad - Kitty alone is the latest in a series of captivating picture books, each based on a beloved songtale from the great American folk music heritage.

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The Crabfish First Steps in Music series

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GIA Publications #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Passed down for 400 years through song, this folktale continues the oral tradition. Classic folk music and colorful illustrations tell this funny tale of a little man who tries to help his sick wife feel better by granting her wish to dine on crabfish. Upon being presented to his wife for her examination, the wily crustacean pops up and grabs her by the nose.

The new edition includes a link to a free mp3 download featuring two versions of the song, one with a singer and the other with an accompaniment for singing along.

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Momma, Buy Me a China Doll First Steps in Music series

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GIA Publications #ad - This book is part of John M. One of the endearing charms of this song is how Liza is able to provide countless ideas that could lead to raising money to buy a china doll…but alas, to no avail. Owning a china doll, however, would be a luxury far out of reach for a poor mountain girl from the Ozarks. Is pleased to expand its series of picture books based on these timeless songs and stories.

Like the other picture books in John M. This delightful song tells the story of Liza Lou, who dreams of owning a china doll after seeing one in a peddler’s cart. Feierabend’s first steps in music series, the notation of the song, Buy Me a China Doll includes a description of the history of the song, Momma, and a link to download the song in audio form at no cost.

Momma, Buy Me a China Doll First Steps in Music series #ad - Gia publications, Inc. Feierabend. Momma, buy me a china doll is the latest, lavishly illustrated children’s songtale based on the great American folk music heritage and collected by John M. Feierabend’s continuing effort to preserve our rich heritage of children’s folksongs. Read! listen! sing along! used book in Good Condition.

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The Tailor and the Mouse First Steps in Music series

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GIA Publications #ad - Telling the whimsical story of an absent-minded tailor and his trusty mouse companion, this narrative highlights a fantastic children’s folk song that has been enjoyed throughout the ages. Used book in Good Condition. Spectacular illustrations capture the colorful lives of these characters, making this picture book another worthy addition to its beloved series and helping to preserve the great “songtales” of the American heritage.

The Tailor and the Mouse First Steps in Music series #ad - Instructions on how to download the complimentary song are featured, and the fully notated version is included with a complete set of lyrics and the history behind this fanciful yarn. The tale follows the duo as the mouse becomes ill and the dim-witted tailor tries a harebrained method to cure him.

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The Other Day I Met a Bear First Steps in Music series

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GIA Publications #ad - The Other Day I Met a Bear First Steps in Music series #ad - Used book in Good Condition. A favorite camping song for generations, this whimsical work is paired with a history and notation of the song as well as a link to a free download of two audio versions of the song—one with singing and an instrumental. Serving as a preservation of the heritage of great folk music, this book is true treasure for the whole family to enjoy time and again.

The other day, i met a bear, out in the woods, a-way out there The beloved echo song “The Other Day I Met a Bear” is beautifully rendered in this illustrated picture book.

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My Aunt Came Back First Steps in Music series

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GIA Publications #ad - Used book in Good Condition. No one knows where the lyrics of this fanciful rhyme originated, although the melody is certainly based on the classic tune “How Dry I Am. Sung as an echo song, children will laugh out loud at the antics of the Aunt, and accompanied by hand motions, who in each verse travels to another strange place and brings back some unusual things.

My Aunt Came Back First Steps in Music series #ad - . Revisiting a folk music classic, this delightfully illustrated picture book adds an unexpected twist to a timeless song, building to a hilarious conclusion certain to engage children time and again. A fully notated version of the music with all words and hand motions is included.

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