Music Program Calendar
2004-2005

Fourth & Fifth Grades : "Shh! We're Writing the Constitution" . Two performances on Wednesday, November 3rd: 9:30 A.M and 6:30 P.M. (Music and Words by Carmino Ravosa).

    "The Thing that Holds Us Together"
    "We've Got to Be One People"
    "Critical Moment"
    "Shh! We're Writing the Constitution"
    "The Give and Take"
    "The Best That We Could Do"

Second & Third Grades (& Ms. Oldfield's 3rd/4th Grade class): A Musical Tribute to Martin Luther King, Junior. One performance only. Friday, January 14th, 9:30 AM

    "Martin Luther King" (Words and music by Theresa Fulbright)
    "Free at Last" (African American Spiritual)
    "Oh, Fredom" (African American Spiritual)
    "Woke Up this Morning with My Mind Stayed on Freedom" (Freedom Song)
    "Martin's Cry" (Words and Music by Vernon Clark)
    "We Shall Overcome" (Freedom Song from the United States. New Words by Z. Horton, F. Hamilton, G. Carawan and Pete Seeger)
    "Lift Every Voice" (Music by J. Rosamond Johnson, Words by James Weldon Johnson)

2003-2004 Yellow Wing: "Elfis' Christmas" (by Teresa Jennings)

"Our Fav'rite Time of Year"
"Elf Impersonator!"
"He's So Blue"
"Arm In Arm"
"The Santa Claus Rock"

Red Wing: An Earth Day Concert: "Wonders of the Earth" (by Lois Brownsey and Marti Lunn Lantz)

    "The Wonders of the Earth"
    "The Continental Blues"
    "North Pole, South Pole"
    "Take Me To the Islands"
    "Mighty Mountains"
    "The Ocean's Alive"
    "Tiny Little Creature"

Blue Wing: "A Musical Tribute to Forrest"

2002-2003 Fourth & Fifth Grades: "The Magnificent 7: Great Composers in Song". Wednesday, March 19th, 8:35 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. (Lyrics by Mary Kay Beall)

    "When You Think of Baroque Music" (music by J.S. Bach)
    "One of Twelve When He Was Born" (music by Franz Joseph Haydn)
    "King of All th Classic Charts" (music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
    "What's It Like To Be a Prodigy?" (music by Ludwig van Beethoven)
    "He Was a Polish Boy" (music by Fredrick Chopin)
    "When You're Sleepless in Hamburg" (music by Johannes Brahms)
    "How Would You Like to Have a Middle Name Like Ilyich?" (music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky)

Kindergarten & First Grades: "Read Me a Story". Wednesday, April 2nd, 8:35 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. (Music and Words by Carmino Ravosa).

    "Read Me a Story"
    "Maybe I'm Small"
    "I Can Do It"
    "When I Try to Whistle"
    "Now That I Can Whistle"

Second & Third Grades: "Carnival of the Animals". Wednesday, April 16th, 8:35 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. (Music by Camille Saint-Saens, Lyrics by Mary Ann Beall)

    "Carnival (Introduction)"
    "See the Lion Brave and Mighty"
    "Farmyard Frenzy"
    "We Are the Turtle Brothers"
    "Donkey Songs Are Best Forgot"
    "When You Are Big No One Ever Asks You to Dance"
    "While the World Around Us Hurries Everywhere"
    "Hop Hop Hop Hooray"
    "A Bunch of Scales"
    "What Bird Am I"
    "Very Long Ago, In Another Age"
    "Life Is a Beautiful Dream"

2001-2002 Kindergarten and First Grades: "A Book Is a Magic Carpet". (Words and Music by Carmino Ravosa, except where noted), December 2001.

    "Open a Book" (Words by Margaret Jones)
    "Dr. Seuss, We Love You"
    "The Wind Has a Job (And So Do You)
    "Frog and Toad Together"
    "A Mud Puddle Jumped on Me"
    "A Book's a Magic Carpet" (Words by Margaret Jones)

Second & Third Grades: "Everybody Smiles in the Same Language". (by Carmino Ravosa, except where noted)

    "Ev'rybody Smiles in the Same Language"
    "You're a Friend of Mine"
    "People" (Words by Charlotte Zolotow)
    "What's a Teacher to Do?"
    "We Speak the Same Language"
    "A Little Bit More of Love"
    "Proud to Be an American"

Fourth & Fifth Grades: "This Beautiful Land We Share". (by Carmino Ravosa)

    "Social Studies"
    "Maps and Globes"
    "America's Leading Import"
    "It's a Beautiful Land We Share"
    "American Know-How"
    "Came America"
    "It's in Your Hands"

Sheryl Hall Wittig ~ Page last updated on Wednesday, November 9, 2005.