Give it right

Em Whitfield Soulful upbeat song with 3 parts and piano/guitar chords KEY STAGE 2, 3 & 4


Gathered Together

By Alison Scott and Emily Hallewell A haunting melody to sing round the campfire, with drums and percussion and descriptive movements
KEY STAGE 2 & 3.



Ems Featherstone, Alison Scott, Penrith Singing Squad A great song to sing with energy with three interlocking parts KEY STAGE 2 & 3.

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Driving Song

Elizabeth Corney An up-beat song with funky piano accompaniment


Dalston Lamp

Lovely new folk song by Cumbrian composer Carol Douglas vocals and fiddle by Carolyn Francis.

Audio | lyrics

Come play my game

Sharon Durant Upbeat with a great groove. Witty song about playing computer games, going on Bebo etc. Main melody and counter melodies. Worth spending time to learn all the parts – great finale song for a concert.
Audio | piano backing | score

Cloth is Our Bread

Kirsten Taylor Single line melody with vocal percussion – a modern treatment of a folk subject, written for primary schools in the Kendal area.
Audio | Score

Christmas Lights

Skelton Primary School with Headteacher, Gary Newman Lovely new carol for 2009 sung here with guitar accompaniment. Catchy melody and great words.

Audio | Lyrics | Score

Castles in the Sky

Jennifer Ellin Lovely lyrical verse for head voice, with a catchy, rhythmic chorus which dips below C and can be sung with energy. Composed for BlueJam’s performance at Songlines concert, Keswick. KEY STAGE 2,3

Audio | score | score (with easy keyboard accompaniment)


Jilly Jarman and Pilar Marchori Spanish piece with optional piano/guitar/accordion accompaniment. English and Spanish words. Good with movements, dance steps and counting games.

Audio | Score

The Blues are Here

Zoe, Megan and Martha, Yr 7 Kirkby Stephen Grammar School 12-bar blues with catchy, easy tune and lyrics. Great warm-up or to create dances to. Harmonies possible.

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The Big Ship Sails –

Alan Penman and Alan Dunn This is a great backing track for assembly singing or performance and because it is about the opening of the Manchester Ship Canal and a Victorian Singing Game, it fits well into the curriculum.

Backing track

Bell Weather Barking

Cath Sewell, Kirsten Taylor One of three songs commissioned for the Kendal Brewery’s MOTTO project. It uses the words to a Cumbrian folk song and works them into a playful pop song.

Audio |Score