A nicely spread arrangement which should be easy for a child choir to pick. The words are altered slightly to make it "PC". The directions are also useful guidelines and help promote a good feel for the piece as a performance.
The only reason to give it four stars as it could have done with a few more voices and greater spread of ideas at the start. But I was looking for a starter and this works well, especially when coupled with a more complex arrangement. Anonymous
- (Stonehenge, United Kingdom)
Straightforward performance piece which keystage 2 kids really enjoyed. Anonymous
- (Brenchley, United Kingdom)
Have just performed this with my choir of ks2 age - both they and I loved it and it was received very well. Simple enough that it can be sung almost in unison - but with some interesting sections in two parts. The section in the middle creating a train effect was particularly effective and lovely to experiment with during rehearsal at different tempo and dynamics. Good to get children conducting - understanding why we watch and basic beat movement. Anonymous
- (United Kingdom)