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Music for Children, Music by Children

By Smithsonian Folkways
Item No. 853555
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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
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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. They are excellent for use when introducing one of these classic songs, or to introduce children to musical styles and well-known performers. 
 
Music for Children

  1. Go Waggaloo - Sarah Lee Guthrie
  2. Little Liza Jane - Elizabeth Mitchell
  3. Did You Feed My Cow? - Ella Jenkins
  4. Hop Up My Ladies - New Lost City Ramblers
  5. Shake Sugaree - Elizabeth Cotten and Brenda Evans
  6. Race You Down the Mountain - Woodie Guthrie
  7. Que llueva!  - Sune Paz
  8. Botana - Jose-Luis Orozco
  9. Go In and Out the Window - Jean Ritchie
  10. Yomi, Yomi - Ruth Rubin
  11. Jim Along Josie - Pete Seeger
  12. Kaa Fo - Dennis Allen, A. Kdjo Tettey, and W.K. Amoaku
  13. Bring Me a Little Water, Silvy - Lead Belly
  14. Here We Go Loopy-Loo - Pete Seeger

Music by Children

  1. Loop de Loo - Lilly's Chapel School, Alabama
  2. Charlie Over the Ocean - Livingston, Alabama
  3. I Must See (Amasee) - East York, Alabama
  4. Here We go Willowby - New York City
  5. London Bridge - New York City
  6. Twenty-Four Robbers - Chicago
  7. Al citron - Uruapan, Michoachan, Mexico
  8. Gypsy in the Moonlight - Trinidad
  9. Jump Shamador - Caribbean children, Bronx, New York
  10. Arroz con leche - Cuenca, Ecuador
  11. A la rueda de San Miguel - Uruapan, Michoachan, Mexico
  12. Ambos a dos - Loiza Aldea, Puerto Rico
  13. Camp Songs: Bill Bones - New York City
  14. The Fox - New York City
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