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African Songs for Christmas - Africa

African Songs for Christmas - Africa

Salelaka Mokonzi Lyrics | Sauti za Kuimba

Salelaka Mokonzi Lyrics | Sauti za Kuimba

Midnight Stars Make Bright The Sky Sheet Music By Kristina Langlois - Sheet Music Plus

Midnight Stars Make Bright The Sky Sheet Music By Kristina Langlois - Sheet Music Plus

Wonder, Love, and Praise: a supplement to the Hymnal 1982 725. Mingxing canlan tiandi ning (Stars shine brightly, earth is still) - Hymnary.org

Wonder, Love, and Praise: a supplement to the Hymnal 1982 725. Mingxing canlan tiandi ning (Stars shine brightly, earth is still) - Hymnary.org

“We Are Lights (A Chanukah Song)” –Stephen Schwartz This lyrical, expressive original by Broadway composer Stephen Schwartz is a top choice for December concerts. A beautiful accompaniment provides the perfect underlay for the universal message: "We are glowing, growing miracles; we are lights." Grades 2 and 3 sang this song beautifully!

“We Are Lights (A Chanukah Song)” –Stephen Schwartz This lyrical, expressive original by Broadway composer Stephen Schwartz is a top choice for December concerts. A beautiful accompaniment provides the perfect underlay for the universal message: "We are glowing, growing miracles; we are lights." Grades 2 and 3 sang this song beautifully!

▶ Nat 'King' Cole & His Trio - All I Want For Christmas (Is My Two Front Teeth) Lyrics - YouTube

▶ Nat 'King' Cole & His Trio - All I Want For Christmas (Is My Two Front Teeth) Lyrics - YouTube

Macrame School - YouTube

Macrame School - YouTube

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The familiar African saying, "It takes a village to raise a child," is appropriately set to tribal-sounding music in this marvelous cross-cultural feature. A great closer, this piece is a proven audience favorite!

The familiar African saying, "It takes a village to raise a child," is appropriately set to tribal-sounding music in this marvelous cross-cultural feature. A great closer, this piece is a proven audience favorite!

Dreidl Spin!  For a Hanukkah season, we bring you an adaptation of a traditional song about the iconic dreidl, however you want to spell it.   The ending features a brief reprise of the song's ending and a slower, more dramatic tempo. The first time through, this may be a bit of a surprise for your singers, but after a few times, it should feel quite natural. Let the recorders play, too! On your score you will see a recorder part just under the vocal part.

Dreidl Spin! For a Hanukkah season, we bring you an adaptation of a traditional song about the iconic dreidl, however you want to spell it. The ending features a brief reprise of the song's ending and a slower, more dramatic tempo. The first time through, this may be a bit of a surprise for your singers, but after a few times, it should feel quite natural. Let the recorders play, too! On your score you will see a recorder part just under the vocal part.

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