Music for Children, Music by ChildrenSmithsonian Folkways RecordingsCD57 minutes, 36-page illustrated booklet
This rich collection invites listeners of all ages to revel and participate in the colorful world of Smithsonian Folkways' children's music collection, with both music created "for children," showcasing our most celebrated storytellers and songwriters, and "by children," featuring the unique ways children express and understand themselves and the world through song.
These authentic recordings include children's song traditions from around the world, and include the artist performing for and with children. Excellent for use when introducing one of these classic songs, or to introduce children to additional styles and well-known performers.
Music for Children
1. Go Waggaloo - Sarah Lee Guthrie2. Little Liza Jane - Elizabeth Mitchell 3. Did You Feed My Cow? - Ella Jenkins4. Hop Up My Ladies - New Lost City Ramblers5. Shake Sugaree - Elizabeth Cotten and Brenda Evans6. Race You Down the Mountain - Woodie Guthrie7. Que llueva! - Sune Paz8. Botana - Jose-Luis Orozco9. Go In and Out the Window - Jean Ritchie 10. Yomi, Yomi - Ruth Rubin11. Jim Along Josie - Pete Seeger12. Kaa Fo - Dennis Allen, A. Kdjo Tettey, and W.K. Amoaku13. Bring Me a Little Water, Silvy - Lead Belly14. Here We Go Loopy-Loo - Pete Seeger
Music by Children
15. Loop de Loo - Lilly's Chapel School, Alabama16. Charlie Over the Ocean - Livingston, Alabama17. I Must See (Amasee) - East York, Alabama18. Here We go Willowby - New York City19. London Bridge - New York City20. Twenty-Four Robbers - Chicago21. Al citron - Uruapan, Michoachan, Mexico22. Gypsy in the Moonlight - Trinidad23. Jump Shamador - Caribbean children, Bronx, New York24. Arroz con leche - Cuenca, Ecuador25. A la rueda de San Miguel - Uruapan, Michoachan, Mexico26. Ambos a dos - Loiza Aldea, Puerto Rico27. Camp Songs: Bill Bones - New York City28. The Fox - New York City