You can now sing, do the motions, and PLAY this Irish favorite, The Rattlin’ Bog, with a lively Orff barred instrument arrangement (and optional ukulele part) for St. Patrick’s Day, all during March, or whenever you want that cumulative song, breathless laughter FUN!
How to Use “We Shall Not Be Moved” In the Classroom
“We Shall Not Be Moved” transforms itself into a song to remember Black History, Civil Rights, freedom rights around the world, and the power of music with its simplistic style perfect for learning in the music classroom. Perfect for exploring in class or performances, and easily integrated into-
- Black History Month,
- Women’s History Month
- Hispanic Heritage Month
- Civil Rights Lessons
- World History
Table of Contents
- Protest & Spiritual Black History Song w/Orff Arr. on TPT
- Origins of the Song
- Performance Videos
- Books to Reference
Over The River & Through the Wood With Boomwhackers & Ukuleles
This resource of the Thanksgiving classic, Over the River and Through the Wood, includes parts for Boomwhackers, bells, and ukulele. Each part has audio and video files to support student learning AND in two different tempos-lento and adagio. Students learn about beats per minute (bpm) as they play their parts.
Play and learn in class or use it as a wonderful performance piece for winter concerts!
Music objectives include:
- 6/8 meter and common rhythms
- tempo markings
- treble clef notation for melody
- ukulele chords C, D7, F, and G7
- classic American song repertoire
- ensemble playing