Manufacturer: Ehmsen, Oliver J.

The Green Frog with the Red Hat

Product.Nr.: 610366

Language: german

Author: Oliver J. Ehmsen

ISBN: 978-3-89922-081-0

Manufacturer: Ehmsen, Oliver J.

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Singing is fun! If you don’t believe it, you should really try it out! Ideally, you should try out one of the 25 new children’s songs in this book. Here you will find something for everyone: songs with moves (e. g. “Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes”), animal songs (e. g. “On the farm”), playing songs (e. g. “Lots of Colourful Balls”), Christmas songs (e. g. “Baby Jesus is here!”) and many more.

All of these songs came from educational work with children in nurseries and primary schools (among others, early years’ music schools and interactive concerts).

On the accompaniment CD included you will find all of the songs recorded to give you an impression of the music. They give you an idea of how the songs can sound when you perform them in nurseries, primary schools or at home.

 

This book is available in German only.

35 new children's songs for every day

Oliver Ehmsen, active musician (pianist, keyboard player and singer) as well as a trained teacher, has written two books with interactive songs for children, created through his educational work with children (e. g. in early years’ music lessons). “The Green Frog with the Red Hat“ appears with the author at nurseries and primary schools and helps him out with lessons, and is also the title of the first book. The second book, “A Suitcase Full Of Songs” (AMA-No. 610429), offers 25 new children’s songs for the whole year round.

“Singing is fun“ and music promotes intelligence. In this context, the author has composed songs which invite you to sing, play and dance. There are separate playing instructions and sometimes the song text might require some actions. This concrete encouraging character is especially important for the author, as learning to express yourself and language are linked with listening.

The songs are energetic, lively, dreamy and full of feeling and offer a qualitative attractive music for all occasions: “Animal music“, “We’re making music“, “For each other – with each other“ or “Throughout the year“. The books are designed in a child-friendly way with pictures by Manfred Drechsel. While in the first book, the songs are only recorded on the CD with piano accompaniment in parts so that the teacher gets an impression of the sound, the second book includes recordings of the full songs.

The books also offer extra material for early musical education and gives teachers clear and descriptive material for working with children in nursery or primary school.

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A Suitcase Full of Songs

I. Welcome

1. Welcome song

2. Off we go!

 

II. Animal songs

3. On the farm

4. A Green Frog with a Red Hat

5. Look out the window...

6. Ancient Forest Party

 

III. That’s me

7. The body parts

8. My two feet

9. Hello, little thumbs

10. Exactly as you are

 

IV. For each other – with each other

11. Lots of colourful balls

12. Schwapp-Schubi-Dubi-Di-Dau

13. We’re holding hands

14. Can’t be bothered

15. Hip hip hurrah

16. We’re the children of one world

 

V. We’re making music

17. Listen, listen, listen

18. Six dogs are making music today

19. Stage fright

20. Drum festival

 

VI. It’s Christmas time!

21. Christmas time

22. The first snow

23. Santa Claus’ secret

24. The baby Jesus is here!

 

VII. …and much, much more…

25. Ear worm Rock'n'Roll

26. I see something you don’t see

27. The sun is yellow

28. The week

29. Windmill, windmill

30. The Indians are here (Uh la la la)

31. Today all the clocks stop

32. Whether by sun or rain…

33. The ABC song

 

VIII. Goodbye

34. Time to go

35. Lullaby

Oliver J. Ehmsen, born in 1978, has been an active musician (pianist, keyboard player, singer and composer) since he was 9 years old. He leads many choirs for adults and children, as well as providing ‘join in’ concerts at nurseries and primary schools. He works as a teacher in Hamburg.