55 enjoyable and engaging songs for all ages and in every style, including folk, pop, music hall and spirituals. Contains many well-known tunes, such as When I'm sixty four, Mango walk, Pack up your troubles, The runaway train and My grandfather's clock.
55 enjoyable and engaging songs for all ages and in a wide range of styles, including folk, pop, music hall and spirituals. Contains many well-known tunes, such as When I'm sixty four, Mango walk, Pack up your troubles, The runaway train and My grandfather's clock.
Simple piano accompaniments and guitar chords as well as second vocal parts, recorder and percussion accompaniment ideas are all provided.
Beatrice Harrop and David Gadsby have compiled some of A&C Black's best-loved songbooks. This is one of their most enduring collections.
Part 1 Hullabaloo-loo: Alexander's ragtime band; don't bring Lulu; I do like to be beside the seaside; any old iron?; the quartermaster's stores; roll out the barrel; let's all go down the Strand!. Part 2 I love a lassie: I love a lassie; sucking cider through a straw; Dinah; when I'm sixty-four; if you knew Susie; she's a lassie from Lancashire; she was one of the early birds; I came from Alabama; you are my sunshine. Part 3 Island in the sun: island in the sun; lazy coconut tree; Linstead market; mango walk; the mocking bird; Jamaica farewell. Part 4 Horse in a lighthouse: you can't keep a horse in a lighthouse; mairzy doats and dozy doats; the cricket match; on Ilkla Moor baht'at; stewball. Part 5 Amazing grace: amazing grace; when the saints go marching in; Michael, row the boat ashore; swing low, sweet chariot. Part 6 Pack up your troubles: pack up your troubles; when the red, red robin; the happy wanderer; when you're smiling; side by side; supercalifragilisticexpialidocious; I'm forever blowing bubbles; I lift up my finger; home on the range. Part 7 Keep that wheel a-turning: keep that wheel a-turning; don't dilly dally on the way; short'nin' bread; ob-la-di, ob-la-da; all the nice girls love a sailor; there's something about a soldier; the runaway train. Part 8 Let him go, let him tarry: let him go, let him tarry; Polly-wolly-doodle; the last thing on my mind; those were the days; yesterday; waltzing Matilda; my grandfather's clock; so long, it's been good to know you.