Once a social commentary, now a favourite camp song … What do you find in the store?
Baseball fans know the chorus … but what about the rest of the story?
Do you ears belong to a dancer, a musician, or a member of an audience?
Do your ears belong to a dancer, a musician, or are they part of the audience?
When you listen, do your ears belong to a dancer, a musician or are they in the audience?
Row to the sound of waves, and call out to friends near by! –a work song from Polynesia.
Explore the haunting melody and words to this carol written in what is now
Canada during the 1600s. The chorus uses original Wendat (Huron) words.
Listen for the sounds of Hallowe’en night as the witch runs through town.
Add some of today’s treats to this pioneer tradition!
*make your own “sized” composition cards