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Harvey the Human Dog
This fun-filled ode to the family pet is a winner with primary choirs everywhere! The pentatonic unison verse melody is contrasted with the two-part chorus in swing style. The whimsical jazz vamp in the middle allows young choirs to channel their best dog impressions – “ruff!”
Hear The Bells As They Chime
A joyful and celebratory original song featuring an easy pentatonic melody, canon and simple partwork. With a rousing piano accompaniment and optional part for handbells or chimes, this song is a quick learn for an impressive performance outcome!
I Make The World A Better Place
A song with a message for young choir’s who want to make a social justice statement. The first verse deals with the importance of treating each other with respect, the second verse is about our mutual responsibility for the care of our planet and the third is about building a future, united and fair. With its simple descant harmony and supportive piano accompaniment, this song in pop ballad style is sure to be a hit with both young choirs and audiences.
This charming Chinese folk song has been set with optional Chinese text for those primary choirs wanting the challenge of singing in another language. With a pentatonic main melody and a diatonic harmony part, choir directors can choose the tone set they want their singers to use. Accompanied by piano with a charming flute part.
The Birch Tree
This arrangement of the Russian folk song features unison and two-part canon singing – perfect for young choirs. With its charming piano accompaniment and optional flute part (easily played by a student flautist), this piece is great for the development of soft singing in the treble range. The “lu-li” refrain evokes the sound of the wind through the trees – the piece finishes with the singers swaying like the trees in the forest as they make whooshing wind noises – an effective and dramatic ending to this poignant arrangement.