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Music for Children Audiences

Date: Mon, 11 Mar 1996 11:30:35 -0500
From: jtute(a)watserv1.uwaterloo.ca (John Tute)
Subject: Summary: Music for Children's audience

Helpful Colleagues:
Here is the summary of music suitable to a children's audience.
Thank you all once again for your help. JT

COMPOSER TITLE
PUBLISHER
Brent Pierce Jabberwocky
Thomas House
Flanders and Swann various animal songs
Ralph Hunter Five Nursery Rhymes
Lawson Gould
Kelsey Jones Six Nursery Rhymes and Limericks
Josquin El Grillo
Libby Larsen The Settlin' Years
Elliot Levine The Little Red Hen
unpublished
Mozart Farmer's Wife lost her cat
Rossini Cat Duet
John Rutter Five Children's Lyrics
The Western Wind The Western Wind Goes back to School
(vocal ensemble)
unknown composer Rondes

John Tute, Tenor

Conductor, University of Waterloo Chorus
Artistic Director, Rainbow Chorus, Guelph

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on October 21, 2002 10:00pm
Hello!
I'm working on a project for a graduate class and need a list of repertoire for children's choirs and the concepts the pieces can teach.

Do you have any such document and if not, do you have any ideas about where I might find such information?

I would greatly appreciate any help that you can offer.

Thanks so much!

Betty Webber
on April 8, 2003 10:00pm
You'll get a much bigger audience for your question by sending it to Choralist. For more information, go to the main ChoralNet page and click on "List subscribe" (although you don't have to be a subscriber to post to Choralist).
on April 8, 2003 10:00pm
I need to put together an elementary school Christmas concert, and I was wondering if you received any repertoire that falls in this category. If you don't mind, could you pass along the names to me? Thanks.

carlsonh@crown.edu