Ella Jenkins With The Chicago Children's Choir - Hopping Around From Place To Place Volume 2 FLAC album
Songs Children Love to Sing.
In Chicago, Jenkins began writing songs for children while volunteering in recreation centers. She subsequently was hired as a Teenage Program Director for the YWCA in 1952. While working at the YWCA, she was invited to perform on the Chicago public television show, The Totem Club. She was soon offered a regular job as the host of its Thursday program, which she entitled This is Rhythm. Grammy Award for Best Musical Album for Children for cELLAbration: A Tribute to Ella Jenkins (2005). Voted 2005 Chicagoan of the year by Chicago Magazine. Fellow Award in Music from United States Artists (2009) 1983: Hopping Around from Place to Place Vol. 1 (1983) EA613 (CD). 1983: Hopping Around from Place to Place Vol. 2 (1983) EA614 (CD). 1989: This-a-Way,This-a-Way" (1988) SFW45002 (LP, Cassette, CD).
African-American Folk Rhythms. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Smithsonian Folkways Recordings"); LatinAutor, ASCAP" и другие авторские общества (9). Ещё. Свернуть.
Listen on Apple Music. Rushing Around in Russia. Ella Jenkins and a Union of Friends Pulling Together. Jambo and Other Call and Response Songs and Chants.
Chicago recording Company. Private Ear Recording, Hyattsville, MD. Submit Corrections. Sharing Cultures With Ella Jenkins.
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Ella Jenkins, beloved by young children throughout the United States and in many other nations, is widely regarded as the foremost proponent of children’s music. Her ability to connect with children through music and excite in them a sense of joy, wonder, and creativity is admired by teachers, parents, fellow performers, and music education professionals. A self-taught musician, Ella was born in St. Louis in 1924 and grew up on Chicago’s South Side. In 1957 Folkways Records issued Ella’s first album, a ten-inch LP entitled Call and Response: Rhythmic Group Singing. Her innovative use of call-and-response to teach children came from her own African-American traditions and from her early encounters with the musics of India, Africa, the Caribbean, and the Middle East-which she first heard on Folkways Records.
10 Jun 2019- EVERYBODYS GOT A PLACE IN THE CHOIR 2 PART. SSA) Commissioned by ACDA for the 2011 National Children's Honor Choir conducted by Henry Leck this majestic setting of Psalm 8 is absolutely gorgeous! Emerging from silence, the ethereal opening moves into more flowing phrases, with violin obbligato and the djembe adding a subtle world music flavor. Inspirational! Includes parts for Violin and Djembe.
|A1||My Name Is Eddie Laveen||2:16|
|A2||Writing And Receiving Letters (Sung)||3:09|
|A3||Writing And Receiving Letters (Spoken)||0:58|
|A4||Texas Is The Lone Star State||1:48|
|A5||There's A Lot Of Cooking To Do||2:51|
|A6||I'm Going Home (Voice & Guitar)||1:32|
|A7||I'm Going Home (Piano)||1:34|
|A8||Running And Flying||1:58|
|B1||The Little Green Frog That Sits By The Stream||2:11|
|B2||The Australian Zoo (Kookaburra & Waltzing Matilda)||4:44|
|B3||There's A Chill On Hollywood Hill||2:32|
|B4||Place A Little Mark Upon Your Calendar||1:49|
|B5||Buddy, Don't You Worry||2:10|
|B6||I'm Going To Buffalo||1:30|
|B7||Let's Go Up In Space||2:42|