This special book, for the first time, collects the most cherished of these songs, enabling your family to carry on the tradition of laughter and learning that Echo Songs have inspired for generations.
Author: John Martin Feierabend
Publisher: G I A Publications
Ages 3 to 7 years. These traditional 'echo songs' are built around a leader singing a phrase and a group singing the same phrase back, planting the seeds of musical sensitivity in young children. With the songs in this collection, kids can indulge their imitation tendencies and create joyful, irrepressible music at the same time. These timeless tunes allow kids to learn quickly and start making music and having fun right away.
Singers may echo the leader provided on the SoundTrax CD or take turns being leaders themselves. Recommended for grades K-4. Chord symbols and suggested classroom activities provided.
Author: Sally K. Albrecht
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Who can resist the temptation of singing an echo? These 30 echo songs encompass a wide variety of subjects, including seasons and holidays, yodeling, growing up, homonyms, solf?ge, and more! Singers may echo the leader provided on the SoundTrax CD or take turns being leaders themselves. Recommended for grades K-4. Chord symbols and suggested classroom activities provided. SoundTrax CD includes two versions of each song performance with a leader and accompaniment only. What a perfect way to develop independent singing and listening skills in your young students!
The story of Echo, a cockateel who lives in a cabin in the Colorado high-country with his family: a ferret, a golden retriever and a girl.
The story of Echo, a cockateel who lives in a cabin in the Colorado high-country with his family: a ferret, a golden retriever and a girl. The story tells of Echo's expressions of his love of life and of his desire to relate to the wider world of forest and meadow.
These later selections date from the reign of Ka-mehameha III (1825-1854) to that of Queen Liliu-o-ka-lani (1891-1893) and comprise the major portion of the book.
Author: Mary Kawena Pukui
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Haina ia mai ana ka puana. This familiar refrain, sometimes translated Let the echo of our song be heard, appears among the closing lines in many nineteenth-century chants and poems. From earliest times, the chanting of poetry served the Hawaiians as a form of ritual celebration of the things they cherished--the beauty of their islands, the abundance of wild creatures that inhabited their sea and air, the majesty of their rulers, and the prowess of their gods. Commoners as well as highborn chiefs and poet-priests shared in the creation of the chants. These haku mele, or composers, the commoners especially, wove living threads from their own histoic circumstances and everyday experiences into the ongoing oral tradition, as handed down from expert to pupil, or from elder to descendant, generation after generation. This anthology embraces a wide variety of compositions: it ranges from song-poems of the Pele and Hiiaka cycle and the pre-Christian Shark Hula for Ka-lani-opuu to postmissionary chants and gospel hymns. These later selections date from the reign of Ka-mehameha III (1825-1854) to that of Queen Liliu-o-ka-lani (1891-1893) and comprise the major portion of the book. They include, along with heroic chants celebrating nineteenth-century Hawaiian monarchs, a number of works composed by commoners for commoners, such as Bill the Ice Skater, Mr. Thurston's Water-Drinking Brigade, and The Song of the Chanter Kaehu. Kaehu was a distinguished leper-poet who ended his days at the settlement-hospital on Molokai.
General End at m.8, replacing the F on beat three with an Eb. Other music songs
(see index). Musical symbols, including dynamic markings. • This song is all
about dynamics. The notes are very easy but students must listen carefully to echo ...
Author: Sally K. Albrecht
Publisher: Alfred Music
Develop independent singing and listening skills in your young students with this delightful collection of 41 echo songs. You sing the melody, they sing it back. Or take turns assigning different soloists or groups of "leaders" and "followers." Students may also echo the leader. Includes songs in various styles for mornings and afternoons, seasons and holidays, hellos and good-byes, rhymes, scales, solfege, and MORE! Plus, each song has a page full of suggested activities and teaching suggestions. Chord symbols are provided. Grades K-3.
Tasha thanks her grandma for her love of books. Her grandma's home was, in all
aspects, a library with hundreds and hundreds of books on the shelves, all of
which Tasha was allowed to read regardless of her age. With the exception of the
Develop independent singing and listening skills in your young singers with this delightful collection of 30 echo songs for holidays and seasonal events. You sing the melody, they sing it back.
Author: Sally Albrecht
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Develop independent singing and listening skills in your young singers with this delightful collection of 30 echo songs for holidays and seasonal events. You sing the melody, they sing it back. Or echo the leader provided on the CD. There's simply no better way to develop ear training, pitch awareness, and good vocal habits in young singers. Each song has a full page of suggested activities and teaching suggestions. Chords symbols are provided. We've also included a possible holiday program complete with connecting rhyming verse. Recommended for K--4.
comfortable with echo songs, they will enjoy opportunities to sing the echoes
alone gaining confidence in their singing voice not to mention benefiting from
participating individually. Children can take turns echoing the different song
Author: Carolynn Lindeman
Musical Children: Engaging Children in Musical Experiences by Carolyn Lindeman is the only text that focuses on the teaching of preschool and kindergarten students and the important role music plays in a their educations and lives. Music educators are increasingly recognizing the importance of teaching musical skills as early as the preschool years. This book presents the latest research emphasizing real life applications so that teachers can achieve their goal of creating more musically creative children. The book presents 25 strategies for engaging children who are learning music based on the latest Music Educators National Conference (MENC) standards. It includes reproducible student activity charts, a song selection of 40 notated melodies, a collection of chants, and resource materials for any new teacher to reference. Musical Children is not only an excellent text in any Music Education classroom, but an excellent resource for any preschool or kindergarten teacher. Written by a leading authority on early childhood music education, the text will be used in courses on Elementary Methods and Fundamentals of Music Education. Audio-CD not for sale. Available for instructors upon request from Sales office
The VOCALOID song "ECHO" with 8 million views has now been novelized!
Publisher: J-Novel Club
Category: Young Adult Fiction
The VOCALOID song "ECHO" with 8 million views has now been novelized! Written by Akira (from the novelization of “Yume Nikki” and “Ensemble Stars”) and illustrated by Oguchi (an official illustrator for Kancolle), this song of madness from Crusher-P is weaved into a story in which the TV girl, or “Primadonna’s” identity is finally revealed!
It places the work of well-known dramatists, such as Ben Jonson and John Webster, in the context of broader cultures of performance. The book will be of interest to scholars and students of early modern drama, music, and dance.
Author: Susan L. Anderson
Category: Literary Criticism
This book examines the trope of echo in early modern literature and drama, exploring the musical, sonic, and verbal effects generated by forms of repetition on stage and in print. Focusing on examples where Echo herself appears as a character, this study shows how echoic techniques permeated literary, dramatic, and musical performance in the period, and puts forward echo as a model for engaging with sounds and texts from the past. Starting with sixteenth century translations of myths of Echo from Ovid and Longus, the book moves through the uses of echo in Elizabethan progress entertainments, commercial and court drama, Jacobean court masques, and prose romance. It places the work of well-known dramatists, such as Ben Jonson and John Webster, in the context of broader cultures of performance. The book will be of interest to scholars and students of early modern drama, music, and dance.
"One, Two, ThreeEcho Me! Orff Companion" is a collection of songs with Orff accompaniments that can be used by itself or as a supplement to the original book.
Category: Children's songs
Grades K-5 * Over the years, millions of students have been taught to sing in tune by using Loretta Mitchell's best-selling book, "One, Two, ThreeEcho Me!" (30/1800H). By popular demand, teachers can now bring these favorite songs into their Orff classroom. "One, Two, ThreeEcho Me! Orff Companion" is a collection of songs with Orff accompaniments that can be used by itself or as a supplement to the original book. The arrangements and suggested processes reflect the Orff approach of combining rhythmic speech, singing, instrument playing, movement, and improvisation together. "One, Two, ThreeEcho Me! Orff Companion" is not only for experienced Orff teachers. A detailed process for teaching the instruments is given with each arrangement, so those teachers with little or no Orff training can easily find success.