Junior Voiceworks 2: 33 More Songs for Children by Kevin StannardJunior Voiceworks 2: 33 More Songs for Children by Kevin Stannard

Junior Voiceworks 2: 33 More Songs for Children

byKevin Stannard

Book & Toy | March 8, 2007

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Junior Voiceworks 2 is a second dazzling collection of songs for choirs at or around KS2 level. Spanning a great range of styles and moods, the songs are presented in the highly practical Voiceworks format, with accessible music pages and notes for the teacher or leader. With two CDs,containing performances and backings, this wonderful resource will motivate and inspire young choirs
Kevin taught music in Oxfordshire schools for ten years before moving to Wolverhampton University in 1995, to train primary music specialists. He is currently Course Leader for the Music degree, and also teachers on the Popular Music and Masters programmes, as well as directing the University and Chamber Choirs.
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Title:Junior Voiceworks 2: 33 More Songs for ChildrenFormat:Book & ToyProduct dimensions:152 pages, 11.69 × 8.27 × 0.53 inShipping dimensions:11.69 × 8.27 × 0.53 inPublished:March 8, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0193355744

ISBN - 13:9780193355743

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Table of Contents

Trad., arr. Kevin Stannard: We all love to sing!Susie Davies-Splitter and Phil Splitter: The basketball rapKevin Stannard: Pulse 8Trad., arr. Kevin Stannard: Mexican counting songFinnish spinning song, arr. Kevin Stannard: SaraspondaTrad. Israeli, arr. Kevin Stannard: At last!Trad.: Our dustbinAlan Simmons: School DinnersTrad. African, arr. Kevin Stannard: Everybody loves Saturday NightThord Erik Gummesson, arr. Kevin Stannard: Singing all togetherKevin Stannard: We do jazz!Trad. Polynesian: TongoTrad. Bohemian, arr. Kevin Stannard: AbiyoyoBrazilian folk song, arr. Kevin Stannard: Tutu MarambaNew England, arr. Kevin Stannard: Cape Cod shantyTrad. Norwegian, arr. Kevin Stannard: Hakon-the-goodRafael Hernandez, arr. Kevin Stannard: El cumbancherowords Lucy W. Rhu, music Kevin Stannard: PenguinTrad. Japanese, arr. Kevin Stannard: Killifishwords Florence Page Jaques, music Kevin Stannard: Puffinwords Walter de la Mare, music Kevin Stannard: Five eyes (three black cats)words Geoffrey Dearmer, music Kevin Stannard: WhaleJon Bennet and John Perry: Monster stompDavid Wood, arr. Peter Pontzen: When will we learn?David Flatau: Water, don't waste itAndy Meyers: One worldTrad. Ghanaian, arr. Kevin Stannard: To love is goodLin Marsh: Child of tomorrowTrad. New Zealand, arr. Kevin Stannard: He's gone nowwords Alan Dix, music Robin Grant: You can look in a book for your heroswords Margaret Ward, music Ian Blunsdon: Friends for everPhillip Godfrey: Morning song

Editorial Reviews

'OUP has a winning formula with its Voiceworks series. Each volume is a valuable resource full of attractive songs in a wide variety of styles designed to capture the imagination of young singers. And, if my recent experience of adjudicating school and community choirs at local festivals isanything to go by, children really enjoy performing Voiceworks items . . . A hallmark of the Voiceworks series is that every book is a complete teaching resource with photocopiable pages, excellent teaching notes full of practical help and ideas for learning and performing each item, as well as muchsound technical advice on how to encourage children to sing well and enjoy themselves. Christopher Field, Music Teacher, July 2007