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Songs of The Rainbow Children

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Accompaniment/Performance CD
Composer Cheryl Lavender
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Expressive Art (CHORAL)
Catalog # 09970124

Price: $29.99

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Songs of The Rainbow Children Composed by Cheryl Lavender. For Accompaniment/Performance CD. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970124, UPC: 073999701241)

This is the accompaniment and full performance CD that matches the exciting collection of 8 authentic folk songs and games by Cheryl Lavender. Comes complete with teaching and performance suggestions, instrumental accompaniments, and movement patterns. These songs, arranged for 2-Part, 3-Part, and 4-Part Treble voices, were gathered during her 'teacher to teacher' trip to South Africa in October of 1996. Songs include: 'Impuku Nekati', 'Ra Sila Mielie', 'Thula Thu'', 'Mangwani Mpulele', 'Singabahambayo', 'Siyahamba', 'Jikel' Emaweni', 'N'kosi Sikelel' I Afrika'. Available: Song Collection, CD (Performance/Accompaniment). For All Ages!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
IMPUKU NEKATI (THE MOUSE AND CAT) LAVENDER C  
JIKEL' EMAWENI (THROW IT IN THE SLOPE) LAVENDER C  
MANGWANI MPULELE (AUNTIE,OPEN THE DOOR) LAVENDER C  
N'KOSI SIKELEL' I AFRIKA (AFRICAN NATION LAVENDER C  
RA SI'LA MIELE (GRIND TH MEAL) LAVENDER C  
SINGABAHAMBAYO (AN ARMY IS MARCHING) LAVENDER C  
SIYAHAMBA (WE ARE MARCHING) LAVENDER C  
THULA THU' (HUSH HUSH) LAVENDER C  
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