Sing With Us Songbook: Audience Sing-Alongs For All Ages

Sing With Us Songbook: Audience Sing-Alongs For All Ages
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Whether for classroom sing-alongs, adult community sings, choral concerts, or just riding in the car, this Step One of the SING WITH US songbooks is an invaluable resource. Composer and song leader Nick Page, who has led group sings and workshops at MENC, ACDA, AOSA and other conferences for many years, has assembled this multicultural set of 28 easy and fun sing-along songs for all ages. The collection begins with Echo songs that are easy, but with a simple challenge, reinforcing Nick's belief that the first step in getting people of all ages to sing along is to make them better listeners. Along with this, Nick encourages using lots of emotion, particularly joy. The Call and Response songs and the unison songs that follow offer well known gems as well as easy to learn new songs that can be sung in Unison or with harmony. Nick provides invaluable cultural information as well as essential tips for making the songs come alive. Reproducible lyric sheets are also included.


  • Ale Brider
  • Alouette
  • America, The Beautiful
  • Birthday Swing
  • Cockles And Mussels
  • Fanga
  • Gopala
  • Head and Heart
  • Head And Shoulders, Baby
  • I walk In Beauty
  • Kayowajineh
  • Keeper, The
  • Music Makes Us Whole
  • Peace Before Us
  • Promise I Will Keep, A
  • School Song
  • Shine, Shine, Shine
  • Sing A Silly and Pointless Song
  • Somebody Prayed For Me
  • Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
  • Tell Me Why
  • There Is More Love Somewhere
  • There's Honey In The Rock
  • Thula Klizeo
  • To Me Way Hey, To Me way Oh!
  • Vive L'Amour
  • Water Is Wide, The
  • Zest Song, The


Product IDCOBS012889764
Composer/Artist/Author Nick Page
Instrumentation Voice & Piano
Publisher Hal Leonard
Language Eng
Media Book
No of Pages112

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