Intonent Hodie – Jilly Jarman

New tune to this 13th century Latin Carol. All words in English apart from a drone line
Sung here by North Lakes School Choir at Penrith Joint Carol Concert conducted by Martyn Soulsby 

score | mp3

Here I Am! – James Ramage

Fun song-game for taking the register or going home time. Easy call and response with simple guitar accompaniment. Written for the Reception and Year One class at Warcop School.

Score | mp3

Hello/Bonjour

Bridget Cousins A lovely French/English greeting song written for children at Bramfield Primary School who are learning to speak French – with circle game.

score | mp3 | actions

Hallowe’en Round

Dave Camlin, Dave Roberts, Hannah Reid Has a bit of beatboxing in this arrangement KEY STAGE 2 & 3

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Halloween Scream

Jen Ellin & Kendal BYM ‘Sing For Fun’ group Written for their performance at Kendal Brewery, October 09. Great fun – and works either acapella or with guitar or piano accompaniment. KEY STAGE 2 & 3

score (in Dminor) | lyrics | mp3 (in Eb minor)

Good Morning Everybody – J Jarman

For Beaconside Schools Written for Singing Communities 2005. Greeting song which allows high and low sounds and play acting. Jazzy. KEY STAGE 1 & 2

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Give Us Some Time Out

Carol Douglas Northern songwriter Carol teamed up with Australian Brian Ralston to record this song. Great opportunities for performance here. KEY STAGE 2 to adult .

lyrics | mp3 | backing track

Give it right

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

Score

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.

Score

Fire!

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

Audio | score

Driving Song

Elizabeth Corney An up-beat song with funky piano accompaniment

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Dalston Lamp

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

Audio | lyrics