Ella Jenkins - Get Moving With Ella Jenkins mp3 downloadPerformer: Ella Jenkins
Title: Get Moving With Ella Jenkins
Style: Children's Folk
Released: January 29, 2013
Size MP3 version: 1502 mb
Size FLAC version: 1291 mb
Size WMA version: 1186 mb
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Ella Jenkins - Get Moving With Ella Jenkins mp3 download
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Ella Jenkins wears the title given her by many of her fans, "The First Lady of Children's Music," with tremendous energy. Who Fed the Chickens?" by Ella Jenkins From the new album "Get Moving with Ella Jenkins" Video from the DVD - Ella Jenkins Live at the Smithsonian.
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Exclusive Prime pricing. Get Moving With Ella Jenkins. My grandchildren love moving and singing along with this CD. When I first started teaching years ago, I used Ella Jenkins records in my kindergarten classroom. Now in her ninth decade, she continues to encourage young children to hop, skip, jump, clap, dance, and be active through song. Drawn from many recordings created during her legendary career, these songs demonstrate Ella's genius as both a music educator and children's entertainer.
Arranger, Baritone Ukulele, Composer, Harmonica, Kazoo, Primary Artist, Ukulele, Vocals.
Artist: Ella Jenkins Genre: Kids Release Date: 01/29/2013 Label: Smithsonian Folkways Catalog Number: 745073 Recording: Studio Length: Format: CD. Dig-Deeper. Camp Songs With Ella Jenkins & Friends (CD) Ella Jenkins. 123s & ABCs (CD) Ella Jenkins. Get Moving & Ella Jenkins Ella Jenkins. Ella Jenkins: A Life Of Song (CD) Ella Jenkins. Sharing Cultures With Ella Jenkins Ella Jenkins. Growing Up With Ella Jenkins Ella Jenkins. Little Johnny Brown & Other Songs Ella Jenkins. Songs, Rhythms & Chants For The Dance Ella Jenkins. Seasons For Singing Ella Jenkins
Get Moving With Ella Jenkins 1975. You'll Sing a Song and I'll Sing a Song 1966. Born in St. Louis but raised in Chicago, Jenkins began singing professionally in 1956. Over the course of books, videos, and numerous albums, she educated children about everything from reading to geography to dance. Over time she even began teaching their instructors as well; through her famous Adventures in Rhythm workshops, Jenkins demonstrated new group-vocalizing and rhythm-building methods to music teachers. In 1999, she released her 30th album with Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, Ella Jenkins & a Union of Friends Pulling Together. As the times changed, Jenkins changed with them
Designed by: Anna Maria Walisser University of Alberta Smithsonian Intern Summary: In these two lessons, accompanied by music from Get Moving with Ella Jenkins, young students can develop comfort singing, clapping, and moving along with musical tracks, while also developing an understanding of basic musical concepts (beat, volume, notes, and rests). a. Ask students to listen to the song again, and try and guess what kind of instruments Ella is playing. b. Explain to the students that Ella is going to sing first, and then the students will join in when the children and teachers on the track join in. c. Have students clap along with the children on the track.
|2||Stop and Go||Ella Jenkins||3:46|
|3||Teddy Bear||Ella Jenkins||3:12|
|4||Did You Feed My Cow?||Ella Jenkins||3:14|
|5||Who Fed the Chickens?||Ella Jenkins||2:39|
|6||Hop, Skip, and Jump To My Lou||Ella Jenkins||6:43|
|7||London Bridge is Falling Down/Moshi Moshi Ano-Ne||Ella Jenkins||2:16|
|8||Head and Shoulder||Ella Jenkins||1:15|
|9||Jumping With Variations||Ella Jenkins||3:50|
|10||And One and Two||Ella Jenkins||4:20|
|11||One Potato, Two Potato||Ella Jenkins||1:38|
|12||Play Your Instruments||Ella Jenkins||4:42|
|13||Follow the Leader||Ella Jenkins||1:56|
|14||Show Me||Ella Jenkins||4:58|
|15||Shake Hands With Friends||Ella Jenkins||0:38|
CreditsCarla Borden - Editorial Assistant
Caroline Brownell - Artwork
Larry Engelhart - Photography
Guy Guilbert - Guitar
Ella Jenkins - Arranger, Baritone Ukulele, Composer, Harmonica, Kazoo, Primary Artist, Ukulele, Vocals
Walter Kaner - Arranger
Mary Monseur - Production Manager
Pete Reiniger - Audio Restoration, Mastering
Renate - Art Direction, Design, Layout
Anthony Seeger - Annotation
Daniel E. Sheehy - Executive Producer
John Smith - Compilation Producer
D.A. Sonneborn - Executive Producer
Urban Gateways Children's Choir - Featured Artist