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)

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

Meine Oma

Funny song, about a practical Grandmother who does things like drive a motorbike in the chicken coop and has glasses with curtains etc. From the original by Robert Steidl (1865-1927). Shared by Korinna Hedinger-Farrell
Suitable for Key Stages 2 and 3.

Audio | lyrics | translation

Dalston Lamp

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

Audio | lyrics

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

Meine Oma

Funny song, about a practical Grandmother who does things like drive a motorbike in the chicken coop and has glasses with curtains etc. From the original by Robert Steidl (1865-1927). Shared by Korinna Hedinger-Farrell

Audio | lyrics | translation

Ein sehr kalter Winter

A new German round. Thanks to Corinna from London.
“Ein sehr kalterWinter ist
Wenn ein Wolf ein Wolf ein Wolf den andern frisst!
(It is a very cold winter if one wolf eats up another)

Audio | Lyrics

There’s A Hole In My Bucket

A traditional English children’s song thought to originate in the 1770’s. It is a circular song – when you get to the end you arrive back at the beginning, with no resolution possible. 

Lyrics | Score

Shalom chaverim

Traditional Israeli folk song. Sung as a round. There are many different versions of this using combinations of Hebrew and English words.

Score | mp3 – Coming Soon! | Lyrics

Lawenche

Clapping song from Ghana, West Africa. It’s in the Twi language. Roughly translated it means Let’s clap together, I can see and owl, she’s late, lets keep clapping – contributed by Jane Wheeler.

Audio | Audio groove backing track