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One of my most troublesome weaknesses is performance anxiety.  But the performance anxiety is situational.  For years, I learned, performed and practiced the art of cabaret.  The performance anxiety I experienced was a deal breaker.  I worried about EVERYTHING, until all the fun drained away.

It was amazing to discover my Sing Books program gave me ZERO performance anxiety.  Sing Books brings me creative fulfillment and pure JOY in the practice of it.  I have come to discover that there is wonderful magic in making music in place, right where you are.  It’s fun to discover that one doesn’t have to go anywhere to make or enjoy music.  With Sing Books, it’s already there. Sing Books is part of my day, not set aside as a special event.  I go to where the audience is (libraries, classrooms) and we make music.  No jumping through hoops.  Just music made fresh and enjoyed instantly.  Oh, how I love it.  It is immeasurably pleasurable.

It took about 5 years to slowly discover and develop what I ended up calling Sing Books with Emily.  It took time to grow repertoire, skill and identity.  Part of what drove me into practicing and developing Sing Books was that the other kinds of performances I’d engaged in made me so unhappy.

A friend of mine, Kevin McCluskey, once told me, “You have to figure out where your art fit into your life.”  It was very good advice, and not easily done.  It takes coming to terms with doing what you love as opposed to doing what seems like having artistic validity.

Sing Books is what I created.  Sing Books is my art and I practice it every day.  Sing Books allows me to share music and makes it me incredibly happy.

Maybe Sing Books will turn out to be what I was MEANT to do.

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Addendum 7/31/2014

I wrote this in my head, musing along as I was driving my children to their various camps this morning.  Just a few minutes ago, I saw that one of my friends posted this quote on his Facebook page:

“…the arts and the humanities aren’t just there to be consumed and enjoyed whenever we have a free moment in our lives. We rely on them constantly. We need them. Like medicine, they help us live.”

President Obama at 2013 National Medals of Arts and Humanities Ceremony

It’s one of the things I was trying to say above…the immense pleasure of the art in my life is like medicine, healing, and makes me know I’m doing the right thing.

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Find the quote, too, on Whitehouse.gov
http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2014/07/28/president-obama-awards-2013-national-medals-arts-and-humanities-white-house

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Info and Thinking about Singable Picture Books
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/resources-for-inspiration-and-information/

I was in my guitar lesson the other day and found myself spewing out all sorts of stream of consciousness and seeming non sequiturs…but this almost always happens.

It probably felt like a waste of the precious little time to my guitar teacher.  Ultimately it is embarrassing, since it is all so personal, but I can’t help it.  The songs and the making of music are all stories to me.  Every note, every word, every strum and chord MEANS something to me.  They all represent, remind, and inspire images, memories, and ideas…and I want to share those things, contribute to and interpret them, and make something new.

I know I should stick to the business at hand (the guitar playing), but I can’t help also feeling that the stories (images, memories and ideas) ARE the business at hand.  They are the fuel that drives everything.  If not for those, why bother to play the guitar, or sing, or act?  The playing of the right notes at the right time is the skill…but everything else (images, memories, ideas, and the need to share, contribute and interpret) is where the ART is.

I’m not saying I’m a good artist…but I’m saying that I try and that I WANT to be good.  And, in any case, I can’t really help myself…so I’ll just keep going (even if sometimes it is embarrassing)…

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Info and Thinking about Singable Picture Books
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/resources-for-inspiration-and-information/

I drove away from my visit to Lake Ridge Neighborhood Library today absolutely floating on Cloud 9.  It was such a fun morning of singing with old friends and new.

Here’s what we sang (listed in alpha order),

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ABCs

Traditional Words and Tune
Illustrated by Emily Leatha Everson Gleichenhaus

If you are interested in a copy of this book, please email: SingBooksWithEmily.att.net, or lave a comment to this post.

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The Big Bell and the Little Bell

Words and Music by Martin Kalmanoff
Illustrated by Alastair Graham
(This book is packaged with a CD with two recordings of the song!)

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Frosty the Snowman
Words and Music by Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins
Performed by Kenny Loggins
Illustrated by Wade Zahares
ISBN 978-1-62354-012-8

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Grandma’s Feather Bed (John Denver’s)
Words and Music by Jim Connor
Adapted and Illustrated by Christopher Canyon

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I’m Late
From Disney’s ALICE IN WONDERLAND
Words by Bob Hilliard
Music by Sammy Fain
This book is for home and classroom use only.

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Late for School

Words and Music by Steve Martin
Illustrated by C.F. Payne
Published by Grand Central Publishing/Hachette Book Group, New York, 2010
ISBN 978-044-6-55702-3

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Rubber Duckie
Words and Music by Jeffrey Moss
Book Assembled for Sing Books with Emily

This book is for home and classroom use only.

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Smokey the Bear (Song)
Words and Music by Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, 1952

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Smokey the Bear (Conservation Pledge, Flip side of Smokey the Bear Song)
Words and Music by Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, 1952

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Smokey the Bear (Illustrated Song)
Words and Music by Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins
Pictures Assembled from Resources Online
This book is for classroom use only.

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Star Spangled Banner

Words by Francis Scott Key
Music by J. Stafford Smith
Illustrated by Todd Ouren
(This book features printed music and historical information)

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Take Me Home, Country Roads

Words and Music by  John Denver, Taffy Nivert and Bill Danoff
Words Adapted by Christopher Canyon
Illustrated by Christopher Canyon
ISBN 978-1584690726

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Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Words by Jack Norworth
Music by Albert Von Tilzer
Illustrated by Amiko Hirao
Performed by Carly Simon
This edition gets a GOLD STAR for including the FULL song (both verses and chorus) and a fabulous recording of Carly Simon and her delightful arrangement she made for Ken Burn’s documentary Baseball.

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There’s a Train Out for Dreamland
Music and Lyrics by Frederich H. Heider and Carl Kress
Illustrated by Jane Dyer and Brooke Dyer
ISBN 978-0-06-058022-3

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Yellow Submarine (Sing-A-Song Storybook)
Words and Music by John Lennon and Paul McCartney
Illustrated by Cathy Holly

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 ZYXs, a Singable Picture Book
Traditional Words and Tune
Illustrated by Emily Leatha Everson Gleichenhaus
Sing the ZYX’s along with me!  Just click here:

http://soundcloud.com/singbookswithemily/zyxs-eleg-2010

If you are interested in a copy of this book, please email: SingBooksWithEmily.att.net, or lave a comment to this post.

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Lake Ridge Neighborhood Library
2239 Old Bridge Road in the Tackett’s Mill Shopping Center
Woodbridge, VA 22192-2930
703-792-5675

Lake Ridge Neighborhood Library website:
http://www.pwcgov.org/government/dept/library/Pages/Lake-Ridge-Neighborhood-Library.aspx

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The 2014 Summer Reading Program theme is PAWS TO READ

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In honor of  PAWS TO READ, I assembled a list of books that feature our furry friends:

DOGS IN ILLUSTRATED SONGS
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2014/07/09/dogs-in-illustrated-songs/

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PAWS TO READ online Calendar 2014:
http://www.pwcgov.org/government/dept/library/Documents/Calendar%20of%20Events/2014_06-8interactive.pdf

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Some marvelous signatures from little ones in my guest book, including new friends and old friends:

  • Sage
  • Ciara
  • Sydney
  • Hanne
  • Hunter
  • Gavin
  • Garrett
  • Joi
  • Dominic

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Thank you to my friends how left me such nice notes!   I’m so grateful!

We look forward to seeing you each summer!  Always fans.
Guestbook note, Lake Ridge Neighborhood Library, Woodbridge, VA,  7/23/2014

Great!
Guestbook note, Lake Ridge Neighborhood Library, Woodbridge, VA,  7/23/2014

We love your voice.
Guestbook note, Lake Ridge Neighborhood Library, Woodbridge, VA,  7/23/2014

My favorite song was Country Road.
Guestbook note, Lake Ridge Neighborhood Library, Woodbridge, VA,  7/23/2014

Thank you, you are so sweet.
Guestbook note, Lake Ridge Neighborhood Library, Woodbridge, VA,  7/23/2014

Thank you!  We had a wonderful time.
Guestbook note, Lake Ridge Neighborhood Library, Woodbridge, VA,  7/23/2014

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PROJECT PUT: PICK UP TRASH, THEME SONG

PUT-Banner

My daughter Eloise wanted to start a movement to remove litter from our communities,

So we created Project PUT: Pick Up Trash (and put it where it belongs, in the recycle or a designated trash receptacle),
http://projectput.wordpress.com/

All you have to do is pledge to not litter and to Pick Up Trash whenever you can:
http://projectput.wordpress.com/take-the-project-put-pledge/

We got recognition from the author of the new picture book about the song MY COUNTRY TIS OF THEE, who is hosting the the My Country Tis of Thee Music Project, for our Project PUT Theme song!
Sing Along with Eloise and Emily, here:

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SONGS WE SANG AT GAINESVILLE NEIGHBORHOOD LIBRARY, Saturday, July 12, 2014
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2014/07/14/the-songs-we-sang-at-the-gainesville-neighborhood-library-on-7122014/

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SONGS WE SANG AT INDEPENDENT HILL NEIGHBORHOOD LIBRARY, Saturday, June 28, 2014
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2014/07/04/the-songs-we-sang-at-independent-hill-neighborhood-library-in-prince-william-county-va-6282014/

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SONGS WE SANG AT DUMFRIES NEIGHBORHOOD LIBRARY, Wednesday, July 9, 2014
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2014/07/09/the-songs-we-sang-at-dumfries-neighborhood-library-792014/

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THE SONGS WE SANG AT TUCKAHOE, CARLIN SPRINGS AND CLAREMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS IN THE 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR

http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2014/06/29/the-many-marvelous-songs-we-sang-at-tuckahoe-claremont-and-carlin-springs-elementary-schools-in-arlington-va-in-the-2013-2014-school-year/

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Praise for Sing Books with Emily
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/praise-for-sing-books-with-emily/

I made a poster with the Declaration of Independence Trumbull Portrait to celebrate Independence Day 2014, using the 1776 verse text my daughter learned for her 4th grade Colonial Day.

Since the text is not so easy to read on the first poster, I decided to make a second one so kids can read the text and sing-along:

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Yankee Doodle with 1776 Verse, Text Poster for SBWE
Traditional Words and Tune
Poster Assembled by ELEG for SBWE
To view or print this poster, click here:
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YANKEE DOODLE, AN ILLUSTRATED SONG
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2013/01/30/little-house-songs-yankee-doodle/

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YANKEE DOODLE IN SINGABLE PICTURE BOOKS

http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2013/01/30/little-house-songs-yankee-doodle/

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“Read, Sing, Play ABC Sing-Along,” A Singable Book, Letter E (tune of Yankee Doodle)
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2010/04/04/%E2%80%9Cread-sing-play-abc-sing-along%E2%80%9D-a-singable-book-letter-e/
This post features a version of “Yankee Doodle” that appears in “Little House in the Big Woods”

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LITTLE HOUSE SONGS: LAURA INGALLS WILDER – SONGS OF THE LITTLE HOUSE BOOKS
Songs of the “Little House” books by Laura Ingalls Wilder
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2012/11/15/songs-of-the-little-house-books-by-laura-ingalls-wilder/

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EDUCATIONAL CONTENT

A list of SPBs with fun and sneakily educational content.  The kids won’t even know they’re learning!
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2011/08/15/singable-picture-books-with-sneaky-educational-content/

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FOURTH OF JULY AND OTHER HOLIDAYS CELEBRATING THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND HER CITIZENS AND HISTORY
A list of Patriotic Singable Picture Books
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2010/06/22/a-patriotic-list-of-singable-books-for-july-4th/

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USEFUL TUNES IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2012/07/15/useful-tunes-in-the-public-domain/

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SING-ALONG RESOURCES AND PRINTABLE MATERIALS
This is the place to find Print Materials Created by Emily, Service Providers, Vendors, Audio and Video to help you SING-ALONG!
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/sing-along-resources-2/

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Happy Independence Day from Sing Books with Emily, and an addition to the Yankee Doodle Repertoire
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2014/07/04/happy-independence-day-from-sing-books-with-emily-and-an-addition-to-the-yankee-doodle-repertoire/

I am a FAN of Oliver Sack’s Facebook page.

A few weeks ago he posted on his Facebook page an article about how spiders tune their webs to make music

SPIDERS HARNESS THE POWER OF MUSIC
http://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/7384/20140603/spiders-harness-the-power-of-music.htm

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NPR’s MORNING EDITION reported on the subject
http://www.npr.org/2014/06/10/319179807/spiders-tune-in-to-webs-music-to-size-up-meals-and-mates

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MUSIC IS EVERYWHERE
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2014/07/08/music-is-everywhere/

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INFO AND THINKING ABOUT SINGABLE PICTURE BOOKS
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/resources-for-inspiration-and-information/

This is a collection of posts that capture MUSIC in some of the most unlikely places.  These posts remind us how music is everywhere all the time.  Just listen.

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GEORGE BELLOWS: Something George Bellows Said
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2012/11/08/something-artists-george-bellows-said/

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INFO AND THINKING ABOUT SINGABLE PICTURE BOOKS
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/resources-for-inspiration-and-information/

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JAMES ABBOTT McNEILL WHISTLER: 
Something Whistler Said…
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2012/06/28/something-whistler-said/

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THE MAN WITH THE VIOLIN
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2014/07/07/the-man-with-the-violin/

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SPIDER WEB MUSIC
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2014/07/08/spider-webs-tuned-for-music/

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TRAINS INSPIRE MUSIC
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2014/07/08/trains-inspire-music/

MUSIC IS EVERYWHERE!

To articulate the romance of trains and locomotives’ muse, Joshua Hammer writes in the 6/1/2014 NY Times Book Review:

Riding the rails to Boston in 1924, George Gershwin listened to the roar of the steam engine and the turn of the wheels and found the inspiration for “Rhapsody in Blue,” his hymn to urbanizing, Jazz Age America. “It was on the train, with its steely rhythms, its rattle-ty bang, that is so often so stimulating to a composer,” he told a biographer, describing the moment of creation. “I frequently hear music in the very heart of the noise.” W. C. Handy and other African-American musicians heard a similar sound on the Illinois Central, the Midwestern line that spirited them away from the Deep South on the Great Migration that began during World War I. They married the whistle and drone of the locomotive to the plaintive chants of sharecroppers and invented the “city blues.” Steve Goodman, a little-known composer, was inspired by a ­journey on the same line to write a dirge that became one of the anthems of the Vietnam War era — “The City of New ­Orleans.”

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Link to NY TIMES BOOK REVIEW, Sunday, June 1, 2014
JOURNEY BY RAIL, by Joshua Hammer,

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/01/books/review/tom-zoellners-train.html?_r=0

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TRAINS
Train Songs in Singable Picture Books:
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2014/02/16/train-songs-in-singable-picture-books/

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MUSIC IS EVERYWHERE

My son and I were walking around Washington, DC’s Chinatown this afternoon to the tune of some ugly street music and I began to think of this book (and how I WISHED Joshua Bell could have been there instead),

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The Man with the Violin
Story by Kathy Stinson
Illustrations by Dusan Petricic
Postscript by Joshua Bell

This book was a gift from my wonderful friend, marvelous teacher and supporter of SING BOOKS, Danielle Ancil.  What a fantastic gift this is, too, to remind me of the GIFT that music is to the world, how important it is to our lives, how enriching music is (even when we don’t always top to pay attention when something gorgeous is filling the space around us!

I’m so glad to have gotten the chance to explore this story…

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Publisher’s webpage for the book:

http://www.annickpress.com/Man-with-the-Violin-The

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Publisher’s Author video for this book:

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A long and detailed account of the event on the Washington Post website, here:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/04/04/AR2007040401721.html

By Gene Weingarten, Washington Post Staff Writer, Sunday, April 8, 2007

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Image of Joshua Bell playing in the Metro:

http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/joshua-bell-playing-at-lenfant-plaza-metro-in-washington-dc-news-photo/141021658

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Washington Post video of the event, here:

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NPR’s ALL THINGS CONSIDERED interviews Josha Bell about the event:

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=9521098

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ZIN ZIN ZIN A VIOLIN, A SINGABLE PICTURE BOOK

http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2012/09/08/zin-zin-zin-a-violin-a-singable-picture-book/

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NOT NECESSARILY SINGABLE, BUT MUSIC RELATED ON SING BOOKS WITH EMILY, THE BLOG
This is a list of Picture Books that are not necessarily singable, but which have appeared in my blog as books which embrace music as an important and enriching part of our lives.  For a more comprehensive list (including books which have not yet made their way into the Sing Books blog) please see the Pinterest link just below this one:

http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2011/07/24/picture-books-not-necessarily-singable-which-embrase-music-as-an-important-and-enriching-component-of-our-lives/

A little Patriotic Gift to USA from Sing Books with Emily on Independence Day 2014

My children both went to Tuckahoe Elementary School in the 4th grade and participated in the wonderful event (the day to which most of the 4th grade at Tuckahoe leads up to) known as COLONIAL DAY.  A section of the celebration is devoted to songs of the period.  They learn a verse to YANKEE DOODLE that is not usually sung.

I’ve adapted it slightly and made a poster:

In Seventeen-hundred Seventy-six
On the Fourth Day of July
Our Independence we declared
In the fight for liberty

Yankee Doodle keep it up
Yankee Doodle Dandy
Mind the music and the step
And let us all be handy

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Yankee Doodle, Declaration of Independence verse, Poster
Painting by John Trumbull, 1818
Poster Assembled by Emily Leatha Everson Gleichenhaus
To view or print this poster, click here:
yankee doodle 1776 verse eleg sbwe

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A note form Emily on a lyric in the classic patriotic ditty (and why Emily changed it)

I love the song YANKEE DOODLE and most of what it stands for, but that lyric “let the girls be handy,” has always bothered me.  When I sing the song with children in classrooms and libraries, I let the children come up with other ideas for who should also be handy (since I believe EVERYONE should be handy).  I suggest:  Dads, Moms, Teachers, Sisters, Brothers, Boys, etc.

In this case, I decided to change the lyric to “LET US ALL BE HANDY.”  That pretty well covers it and I like it much better.

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Yankee Doodle (A Song from the American Revolution)

Traditional Words and Tune
Illustrated by Todd Ouren

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Wiki for John Trumbull’s 1818 painting:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trumbull%27s_Declaration_of_Independence

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Wiki for Declaration of Independence:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Declaration_of_Independence

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YANKEE DOODLE, AN ILLUSTRATED SONG

http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2013/01/30/little-house-songs-yankee-doodle/

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YANKEE DOODLE IN SINGABLE PICTURE BOOKS

http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2013/01/30/little-house-songs-yankee-doodle/

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“Read, Sing, Play ABC Sing-Along,” A Singable Book, Letter E (tune of Yankee Doodle)
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2010/04/04/%E2%80%9Cread-sing-play-abc-sing-along%E2%80%9D-a-singable-book-letter-e/
This post features a version of “Yankee Doodle” that appears in “Little House in the Big Woods”

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LITTLE HOUSE SONGS: LAURA INGALLS WILDER – SONGS OF THE LITTLE HOUSE BOOKS
Songs of the “Little House” books by Laura Ingalls Wilder
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2012/11/15/songs-of-the-little-house-books-by-laura-ingalls-wilder/

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EDUCATIONAL CONTENT

A list of SPBs with fun and sneakily educational content.  The kids won’t even know they’re learning!
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2011/08/15/singable-picture-books-with-sneaky-educational-content/

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FOURTH OF JULY AND OTHER HOLIDAYS CELEBRATING THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND HER CITIZENS AND HISTORY
A list of Patriotic Singable Picture Books
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2010/06/22/a-patriotic-list-of-singable-books-for-july-4th/

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USEFUL TUNES IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2012/07/15/useful-tunes-in-the-public-domain/

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SING-ALONG RESOURCES AND PRINTABLE MATERIALS
This is the place to find Print Materials Created by Emily, Service Providers, Vendors, Audio and Video to help you SING-ALONG!
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/sing-along-resources-2/

Addendum to post
Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor (“The New Colossus,” A Singable Poem in Picture Books)
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2010/06/07/give-me-your-tired-your-poor-a-singable-poem-in-picture-books/

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Addendum, 6/17/2014

Facebook post from the United States National Archives shares the deed of gift for the Statue of Liberty (given on July 4, 1884) which arrived in New York Harbor June 17, 1885.

National Archives Identifier: 595444

See the document and examine it with marvelous zoomed clarity, here:
http://research.archives.gov/description/595444

 

Deed of Gift of Statue of Liberty

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Eloise at Statue of Liberty, Summer 2011

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Eloise’s own version of the picture, September 2011

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EDUCATIONAL CONTENT

A list of SPBs with fun and sneakily educational content.  The kids won’t even know they’re learning!
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2011/08/15/singable-picture-books-with-sneaky-educational-content/

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FOURTH OF JULY AND OTHER HOLIDAYS CELEBRATING THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND HER CITIZENS AND HISTORY
A list of Patriotic Singable Picture Books
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2010/06/22/a-patriotic-list-of-singable-books-for-july-4th/

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GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK

Singable Picture Books of the Great American Songbook and Michael Feinstein’s Foundation for the Preservation of the Great American Songbook
http://singbookswithemily.wordpress.com/2011/09/10/american-songbook-singable-picture-books-and-michael-feinsteins-foundation-for-the-preservation-of-the-great-american-songbook/

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GIRL SCOUT SONGBOOK
http://brownietroop2740.wordpress.com/girl-scouts-songs-troop-2740/

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A Beautiful 1884 Deed of Gift from France for the Statue of Liberty Further Illuminates Irving Berlin Song Based on Emma Lazarus Poem


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