Songbooks The Singing Storycloth: Song-Stories from Around the World with Activities for Music and Poetry by Helen East, Janet Koralambe, Liz  Waugh McManus, Mike McManus
  

Synopsis

Songbooks The Singing Storycloth: Song-Stories from Around the World with Activities for Music and Poetry by Helen East, Janet Koralambe, Liz Waugh McManus, Mike McManus

A collection of eight song-stories from around the world, collected and retold by Helen East. Each story has a theme related to fabric, and is supported by activities in music. The activities are flexible and can be enjoyed in the classroom in the course of creative work in music, drama, DT, and language. The Singing Storycloth is a collection of eight song-stories from around the world, collected and retold by Helen East. Each story has a theme related to fabric and is supported by activities in music. But there are also activities for making and using a variety of simple puppets. The activities are flexible and can be enjoyed in the classroom in the course of creative work in music, drama, DT, and language, but will also have the potential for short performances at assembly. Puppetry activities are being written by a team of experienced performers and workshop leaders - Liz Waugh MacManus and Mike MacManus of Obelon Arts - with musical activities by Janet Koralambe, music workshop leader and performer with Obelon.

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The value in terms of ideas for msic, storytelling, dance and other creative activities is outstanding.

About the Author

Helen East is a professional storyteller and author of The Singing Sack. Obelon is one of the UK's leading puppetry companies, running shows and workshops throughout the UK.

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Book Info

Format

Mixed media product
Contains Paperback and CD-Audio
64 pages

Author

Helen East, Janet Koralambe, Liz Waugh McManus, Mike McManus
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Publisher


www.collins.co.uk

Publication date

10th April 2006

ISBN

9780713671933


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