Junior Voiceworks 2

Junior Voiceworks 2 : 33 More Songs for Children

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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 choirsshow more

Product details

  • Sheet music | 152 pages
  • 214 x 294 x 14mm | 498.96g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0193355744
  • 9780193355743
  • 270,206

About Kevin Stannard

Kevin Stannard taught music in Oxfordshire schools for ten years before moving to the University of Wolverhampton in 1995. His work has centred around training primary music specialists and teaching on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Music and Popular Music. He is the Director of the University Chamber Choir and currently has responsibilities for Performance & Outreach in the School of Performing Arts.show more

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Once again, attention is given to the holistic development of singing, with guidance and advice on warm-ups, teaching and performance . . . With the current emphasis on primary singing this resource has appeared at a very convenient moment . . . Put it on your wish list this year. * Ian Shirley, Primary Music Today, September 09 * OUP's Voiceworks series, edited by Peter Hunt, now consists of eight volumes, and all have rightly been highly acclaimed. Junior Voiceworks 2 will be welcomed with enthusiasm by teachers and choir directors whose copies of Junior Voiceworks 1 are perhaps falling apart through overuse. Like its predecessor, this one is edited by Kevin Stannard, who has found, or in some cases written, a delightful selection of unfamiliar songs aimed at primary schoolchildren. The collection is international in flavour and includes a mixture of playground rhymes, folk songs, traditional and contemporary repertoire in a wide range of moods and styles. It is more of the same, but when the product is so good, who could possibly complain? * Clare Stevens, The Singer, June 07 * The Introductions to these books are veritable teaching courses in themselves, and the notes for each song provide an immense amount of preparatory guidance on how to approach it. * Clare Stevens, The Singer, June 07 *show more

Table of contents

We all love to sing! ; The basketball rap ; Pulse 8 ; Mexican counting song ; Sarasponda ; At last! ; Our dustbin ; School Dinners ; Everybody loves Saturday Night ; Singing all together ; We do jazz! ; Tongo ; Abiyoyo ; Tutu Maramba ; Cape Cod chanty ; Hakon-the-good ; El cumbanchero ; Penguin ; Killifish ; Puffin ; Five eyes (three black cats) ; Whale ; Monster stomp ; When will we learn? ; Water, don't waste it ; One world ; To love is good ; Child of tomorrow ; He's gone now ; You can look in a book for your heroes ; Friends for ever ; Morning songshow more

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