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Original Songs and Arrangements for KS1-3

Original Songs and Arrangements for KS1-3
World War Two Evacuees Song: 'We're leaving the city to live in the country' WW2
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World War Two Evacuees Song: 'We're leaving the city to live in the country' WW2

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A up beat song from the point of view of the evacuees. Suitable for Y2-Y7. Easy but effective piano accompaniment. Lyrics include: We’re leaving the city to live in the country Leaving the war behind Arrived at the station, the family looked kind No idea at all what we might find in the country No idea at all what we might find Just glad to leave the rotten war behind- Yes sir! Looks like things gonna be just fine- Uh Huh! Looks like things gonna be just fine - Yeah!
Wave Goodbye: A song for Remembrance
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Wave Goodbye: A song for Remembrance

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Suitable for primary age pupils. This song is a very simple one to learn with only two verses. The first features the soldiers going to war and the jobs that they leave. The second focusses on the women who replace the men in their jobs… ending with, ‘we can do anything!’. I have included a backing track, lyrics and piano score. If there is anything else you need to help with your performance please get in touch.
Simple Scores: Arrangements for beginner orchestras
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Simple Scores: Arrangements for beginner orchestras

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A tried and tested set of easy pieces, that can be repeated and arranged to produce a performance. Aimed at pupils in their first few terms of playing an instrument or for use in class lessons. By keeping the music simple, pupils can concentrate on improving their performance skills, listening to each other and use of expression on their instrument. More confident players can perform a solo. Parts 1-3 are in C . Part 4 is for open string violin. Part 5 and 6 are in Bb making them suitable for clarinet and brass instruments. There is a Grade 2 standard piano accompaniment with guitar chords underneath. Pupils could add lyrics to reflect the piece.
Let's have a Wonderful Party : A FS/KS1 Christmas Nativity Finale Song
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Let's have a Wonderful Party : A FS/KS1 Christmas Nativity Finale Song

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Final Song from Nativity. Suitable for FS and KS1 pupils. This could be the perfect end to a christmas performance of any description. Tried and tested! Comes with lyrics and backing track and vocal backing track. It has a rock and roll feel and so there are lots of opportunities for dancing and hand actions. It is really fun; key change half way through adds to the sense of finale.
Simple Scores.  An easy arrangement for beginner orchestra. 1. Moving Along
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Simple Scores. An easy arrangement for beginner orchestra. 1. Moving Along

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A tried and tested easy piece, that can be repeated and arranged to produce a performance. Aimed at pupils in their first few terms of playing an instrument or for use in class lessons. By keeping the music simple, pupils can concentrate on improving their performance skills, listening to each other and use of expression on their instrument. Comes with a printable score and also a contracted score to project on a whiteboard so pupils do not need paper copies! This also gives you the option of annotating with note names and other symbols and prompts. More confident players can perform a solo. Parts 1-3 are in C . Part 4 is for open string violin. Part 5 and 6 are in Bb making them suitable for clarinet and brass instruments. There is a Grade 2 standard piano accompaniment with guitar chords underneath. To finish piece, all play their first note. Pupils could add lyrics to reflect the piece. This is just one of a range of 'Simple Scores' pieces.
Simple Scores. An easy arrangement for a beginner orchestra. 3. Morning
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Simple Scores. An easy arrangement for a beginner orchestra. 3. Morning

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A tried and tested easy piece, that can be repeated and arranged to produce a performance. Aimed at pupils in their first few terms of playing an instrument or for use in class lessons. By keeping the music simple, pupils can concentrate on improving their performance skills, listening to each other and use of expression on their instrument. Comes with a printable score and also a contracted score to project on a whiteboard so pupils do not need paper copies! This also gives you the option of annotating with note names and other symbols and prompts. More confident players can perform a solo. Parts 1-3 are in C . Part 4 is for open string violin. Part 5 and 6 are in Bb making them suitable for clarinet and brass instruments. There is a Grade 2 standard piano accompaniment with guitar chords underneath. To end the piece, parts 1-4 play a G and parts 5 and 6 play an A Pupils could add lyrics to reflect the piece. This is just on from a range of ‘Simple Scores’ pieces.
Simple Scores. An easy arrangement for a beginner orchestra. 4. Saturday Afternoons
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Simple Scores. An easy arrangement for a beginner orchestra. 4. Saturday Afternoons

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A tried and tested easy piece, that can be repeated and arranged to produce a performance. Aimed at pupils in their first few terms of playing an instrument or for use in class lessons. By keeping the music simple, pupils can concentrate on improving their performance skills, listening to each other and use of expression on their instrument. Comes with a printable score and also a contracted score to project on a whiteboard so pupils do not need paper copies! This also gives you the option of annotating with note names and other symbols and prompts. More confident players can perform a solo. Parts 1-3 are in C . Part 4 is for open string violin. Part 5 and 6 are in Bb making them suitable for clarinet and brass instruments. There is a Grade 2 standard piano accompaniment with guitar chords underneath. To finish the piece, end on their first note. Pupils could add lyrics to reflect the piece. This is just one from a range of four 'Simple Scores' pieces.
Simple Scores: An easy arrangement for a beginner orchestra. Piece 5 March of the Spartans
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Simple Scores: An easy arrangement for a beginner orchestra. Piece 5 March of the Spartans

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A tried and tested easy piece, that can be repeated and arranged to produce a performance. Aimed at pupils in their first few terms of playing an instrument or for use in class lessons. By keeping the music simple, pupils can concentrate on improving their performance skills, listening to each other and use of expression on their instrument. Comes with a printable score and also a contracted score to project on a whiteboard so pupils do not need paper copies! This also gives you the option of annotating with note names and other symbols and prompts. More confident players can perform a solo. Parts 1-3 are in C . Part 4 is for open string violin. Part 5 and 6 are in Bb making them suitable for clarinet and brass instruments. There is a Grade 2 standard piano accompaniment with guitar chords underneath. To finish piece, all play their first note. Pupils could add lyrics to reflect the piece. This is just one from a series of 'Simple Scores' pieces.
Blue Green Planet : An Eco Assembly Song  for Primary School
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Blue Green Planet : An Eco Assembly Song for Primary School

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This is a catchy and simple to learn song that is a great way to end a Primary class or school assembly. The message is that we all live in special world and we must look after it; not wasting paper or polluting the air. Can we make a difference YES! YES! YES! It has been tried and tested and comes with a piano score, lyric sheet and vibrant backing and vocal tracks.
Master Builder: An original song set in Ancient Egypt
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Master Builder: An original song set in Ancient Egypt

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This original song has a rock 'n' roll feel to it. Suitable for Y2-8, it covers the stages of pyramid design from the original piles of stones through to the mastabas, step pyramids and ends with the Great Pyramid at Giza. It is full of facts and figures, puns and potential for actions. 'They'd float the stones on boats down the Nile They'd maybe rock'n' roll a bit but that was their style' 'Then came Cheops with his great crowd pleaser Forty million solid slabs make up the one at Giza'
In the Pyramiddle of Nowhere: An original song about the process of pyramid building
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In the Pyramiddle of Nowhere: An original song about the process of pyramid building

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Composed for pupils from Y2-8. This songs covers the process of building a pyramid, (as far as we know). ‘There are fifteen thousand workers, working 15 hours a day.’ ‘We use the royal cubit, plumb level and right angle’ ‘Each layer a little bit smaller, each layer reaches up a bit taller’ ‘When he leaves the womb, there’s a waiting tomb and it doesn’t have a view’
Simple Scores: An easy arrangement for a beginner orchestra. Piece 6 Water Spirit
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Simple Scores: An easy arrangement for a beginner orchestra. Piece 6 Water Spirit

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A tried and tested easy piece, that can be repeated and arranged to produce a performance. Aimed at pupils in their first few terms of playing an instrument or for use in class lessons. By keeping the music simple, pupils can concentrate on improving their performance skills, listening to each other and use of expression on their instrument. Comes with a printable score and also a contracted score to project on a white board so pupils do not need paper copies! This also gives you the option of annotating with note names and other symbols and prompts. More confident players can perform a solo. Parts 1-3 are in C . Part 4 is for open string violin. Part 5 and 6 are in Bb making them suitable for clarinet and brass instruments. There is a Grade 2 standard piano accompaniment with guitar chords underneath. To finish piece, all play their first note. Pupils could add lyrics to reflect the piece. This is just one from a series of ‘Simple Scores’ pieces.
Simple Scores: An easy arrangement for a beginner orchestra. Piece 7 Rock Till You drop
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Simple Scores: An easy arrangement for a beginner orchestra. Piece 7 Rock Till You drop

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A tried and tested easy piece, that can be repeated and arranged to produce a performance. Aimed at pupils in their first few terms of playing an instrument or for use in class lessons. By keeping the music simple, pupils can concentrate on improving their performance skills, listening to each other and use of expression on their instrument. Comes with a printable score and also a contracted score to project on a white board so pupils do not need paper copies! This also gives you the option of annotating with note names and other symbols and prompts. More confident players can perform a solo. Parts 1-3 are in C . Part 4 is for open string violin. Part 5 and 6 are in Bb making them suitable for clarinet and brass instruments. There is a Grade 2 standard piano accompaniment with guitar chords underneath. To finish piece, all play their first note. Pupils could add lyrics to reflect the piece. This is just one from a series of ‘Simple Scores’ pieces.