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Songs and Rhythms of A Nation
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Songs and Rhythms of A Nation

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Composer Boyer, Rene
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp

Price: $34.99

Catalog #09971661

UPC code: 884088609368

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EXPERIENCE major historical events and people who helped shape America into what it is today. Through rhyme, rhythm and song, meet people like Betsy Ross, Paul Revere and Benjamin Franklin, and experience historical events like the Alamo, the Lewis and Clark Expedition, the Oregon Trail and many other adventures. Feel the embarrassment and pain George Washington felt when he had to have false teeth! These and other delightful stories await you in this masterful resource of American heritage, designed to appeal to people of all ages. EXPLORE the unique character of each of the 50 states through a variety of popular folk melodies that have survived hundreds of years, along with hand-clapping games, rounds, as well as newly-composed pieces. Rhythmic ostinato patterns have even been provided if you want to accompany the numerous raps and rhymes with unpitched and body percussion. Movement activities, games, dances and Orff instrumental accompaniments will further enhance your enjoyment and understanding of the plethora of folk songs in this book. SHARE in the creative way the history of America has been presented here, and see how ordinary people throughout America expressed and continue to express their values, traditions and life experiences through song! Over 100 songs including: Alabama Gal; America, the Beautiful; Arkansas Traveler; Battle Hymn of the Republic; The Colorado Trail; Goin' to Boston; Home on the Range; I've Been Working on the Railroad; Mississippi Boatman's

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ABOVE THE PLAIN  
ACRES OF CLAMS  
ALABAMA GAL  
ALL THE PRETTY LITTLE HORSES  
ALOHA OE  
AMAZING GRACE  
AMERICA, THE BEAUTIFUL  
ARKANSAS TRAVELER  
BALTIMORE LEGENDS  
BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC  
BILLY THE KID  
CEDAR SWAMP  
CHICKEN ON A FENCEPOST  
CINDY  
CORNSTALK FIDDLE AND A SHOESTRING BOW  
DONEY GAL  
DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE  
DOWN THE RIVER  
DOWN THE STREAM  
DRAW ME A BUCKET OF WATER  
DRILL, YE TARRIERS, DRILL  
EV'RYONE BUT ME  
GOIN' DOWN TO CAIRO  
GOIN' TO BOSTON  
GOODBYE OL' PAINT  
GREAT BIG HOUSE IN NEW ORLEANS  
GREEN GROW THE LILACS  
HAD A LITTLE ROOSTER  
HAWAIIAN LUAU  
HE'S GOT THE WHOLE WORLD IN HIS HANDS  
HEIRLOOMS  
HERE WE GO ROUND THE MULBERY BUSH  
HOME ON THE RANGE  
HOP,OLD SQUIRREL  
HUSH, LITTLE BABY  
I CAN SPELL CONNECTICUT  
I GOOD OLD COLONY TIMES  
I LOVE THE MOUNTAINS  
I SAW THE LIGHTS  
I'VE BEEN WORKING ON THE RAILROAD  
JAZZ RONDO  
JIN ALONG, JOSIE  
JINGLE BELLS  
JOHN JACOB JINGLEHEIMER SCHMIDT  
JOHN KANAKA  
JOYFUL JOYFUL, WE ADORE THEE  
LA FIESTA (OR LA VARSOVIANA)  
LET'S TAKE A WALK THROUGH FLORIDA  
LI'L LIZA JANE  
LONELY IS THE HOGAN  
MICHAEL FINNEGAN  
MISSISIPPI BOATMAN'S SONG  
MY HOME'S IN MONTANA  
OATS, PEAS, BEANS AND BARLEY GROW  
OH, HOW LOVELY IS THE EVENING (ROUND)  
OLD BRASS WAGON  
OLD DAN TUCKER  
OLD JOE CLARK  
OLD MADCDONALD HAD A FARM  
OLD PAUL BUNYAN'S CAMP  
OLD TEXAS  
OLEANA  
ON THE BANKS OF THE SACRAMENTO  
ON THE BANKS OF THE WABASH  
ON TOP OF OLD SMOKEY  
OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS  
PAW PAW PATCH  
PEACHES  
POTATOES  
PRETTY SARO  
ROLLING ALONG THROUGH ILLINOIS  
SAILING IN THE BOAT  
SHADY GROVE  
SHE'LL BE COMIN' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN  
SHENANDOAH  
SIMPLE GIFTS  
SING TOGETHER (ROUND)  
SWANEE RIVER  
SWEET BETSY FROM PIKE  
SWEETLY SINGS THE DONKEY (ROUND)  
THE ANGEL BAND  
THE ARIZONA WAY  
THE ASH GROVE  
THE COLORADO TRAIL  
THE CRAWDAD HOLE  
THE ERIE CANAL  
THE MORE WE GET TOGETHER  
THE PLACE THAT I CALL HOME  
THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER  
THE WATER IS WIDE  
THE YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS  
THERE ARE MANY FLAGS  
THERE'S A HOLE IN THE BUCKET  
THIRTEEN ORIGINAL COLONIES  
TIDEO  
TO THE GREENWOOD (ROUND)  
TURKEY IN THE STRAW  
TURN THE GLASSES OVER  
WAYFARING STRANGER  
WE'RE ON THE UPWARD TRAIL  
WEEVILY WHEAT  
WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHIN' IN  
WHITE CORAL BELLS (ROUND)  
YANKEE DOODLE  
YANKEE DOODLE DANDY  
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