Street Games


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Street Games
Music for Children series
By Gloria Fuoco-Lawson
21 pages 

8 traditional and original tunes, accompanied by hand jives and movement activities. Arranged for Orff instruments; difficulty ranges from simple unison speech and instrument parts to more complex forms with harmonic changes. Based on traditional American street games.

For elementary grades (about grade 2 and up).

Instruments used: soprano and alto glockenspiel; soprano, alto and bass xylophone; bass metallophone; piccolo blocks; temple blocks; hand drums; timpani; conga; slapstick; cabasa; woodblock; claves; hanging cymbal; spoons; washboard; gut bucket (one-string bass constructed from a tea chest, a broom handle, and a piece of sturdy string or wire).


  • Do the Jive
  • Ickabocker Boo
  • Swing a Lady (Kentucky dance song)
  • Down Down Baby (traditional)
  • Jelly in a Dish
  • My Landlord (traditional)
  • Old Woman from Ware
  • The Wind Blew East (traditional)


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