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Ox on the Mountain. Uncle Fritz Had a Farm. Scritch, Scratch, Scritch, Scratch. Little Boat, Little Boat.
- Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?.
- Cordsets and Receptacles;
- Cranking up the Volume on the Sales Channel: Riffs by Barry LaBov.
Sleep, My Little Prince, Sleep. Sleep, Sleep, Fine, Sweet Boy. Little Snowflake, Little White Skirt. The Bells Never Sound Sweeter. Coin, Coin, You Must Wander. Dance, Little Child, Dance! Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear.
International Music & Culture
Daughter of Zion, Rejoice. Puff, Puff, Puff, The Train. And Whoever Was Born in January. Good Luck and Many Blessings. What Does Santa Claus Bring? What Clothes Do Geese Wear? If I Were a Little Bird. Who Can Carry This Apple? Show Your Little Feet.
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Happy Birthday to You! Two Frogs Bathe in a Pond. Between Mountain and Deep Valley.
Sleep, Sleep, Wish, Wish, Wish. Heal, Heal Little Gosling. I am a Little Snail. Snail Goes for a Walk Today. Snail in the House. Little Chin, Little Mouth. Our books feature songs in the original languages, with translations into English. Many include beautiful illustrations, commentary by ordinary people, and links to recordings, videos, and sheet music. Your purchase will help us keep our site online! Visit the Mama Lisa Book Store. Please contribute a traditional song or rhyme from your country. Articles about the music, culture and traditions of Germany and more. Below you can listen to a recording while reading along with the German text, followed by an English translation.
You can listen to a recording of the poem below and read along with the text and English translation. Becky Haegele wrote to us on the Mama Lisa Facebook Group asking for help with a tickling rhyme her grandmother would play and recite to her. Grandmother had a baby rhyme supposedly about cream and a mouse.
Christmas is almost here! Most are for dessert. He sent us a recording of his grandmother singing the song. In the recording you can also hear his grandma talk about how she used to [ In America, we celebrate dad on the 3rd Sunday of June by treating him to his favorite meal or spending quality time doing something he loves. Every culture has their own ways to show appreciation to their fathers.
For example, in South Africa [ Yodeling began as a way of communicating over long distances in mountainous regions. To yodel you alternate the voice between low and high pitches. The low pitches come from the chest and the high pitches come from the head region. While in France, we show the thumb, so do the Germans. A, a, a, der Winter, der ist da. A, a, a, Winter is Here Vowel Song.
A, B, C, die Katze lief im Schnee. Abendsegen Evening Prayer Traditional Song. Every Year Christmas Carol. Alle Leut' geh'n jetzt nach Haus'. All My Ducklings Circle Game. An meiner Ziege hab ich Freude. Auf der Mauer, auf der Lauer. Auf unsrer Wiese gehet was…. Der Fuchs geht um. The Gold-bird Nursery Rhyme. Der Hahn ist tot. The Rooster Is Dead Round.
Cordsets and Receptacles
Der Mond ist aufgegangen Evening Song Lullaby. Der Sandmann ist da. The Sandman is Here Lullaby. Die Affen rasen durch den Wald. Dies Ist der Daumen. This Is the Thumb Finger Play. Sleeping Beauty Children's Song. Drei Chinesen mit dem Kontrabass. Eia, popeia, was raschelt im Stroh? Ein Elefant ging ohne Hetz. Ein Schneider fing 'ne Maus. Eins, zwei, drei, im Wasser schwimmt ein Hai.
Eins, zwei, Polizei, drei, vier, Offizier. Ein Vogel wollte Hochzeit machen. Ene mene miste Eeny meeny miney mo Counting-out Rhyme.
- Principles of Political Economy (Illustrated).
- O Outdoor (Portuguese Edition).
- Ravens Return (Seasons of the Fae Book 1)!
- Saying Just the Right Words: Verses and Sentiments for Card Makers & Crafters.
- Chocolate Rain.
- Toronto - Le Waterfront (French Edition)?
Es ist ein Ros entsprungen. Es regnet, wenn es regnen will. The Songs are Sounding Round. Fingerspiel von der Familie. Finger Play of the Family Finger Play. Fuchs, du hast die Gans gestohlen. Guten Abend, gute Nacht. Good Evening, Good Night Lullaby. Guten Morgen ruft die Sonne. Guter Mond, du gehst so stille. Washing Hands Children's Song. Little Johnny Children's Song. Hansel and Gretel Children's Song. Little Rabbit in Your Burrow Lullaby. Little Rose on the Moor Traditional Song. Hejo, spann den Wagen an. Hier Hast du 'nen Taler. Hop, Hop, Rider Lap Rhyme.
Ich bin ein kleiner Esel. I am a Little Donkey Children's Song. Ich bin ein Musikante. I Am a Musician Folk Song.
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I am Me Children's Song. Ich bin klein I am Small Nursery Rhyme. Ich geh mit meiner Laterne. I Walk with My Lantern St. In meinem kleinen Apfel. Ist das ein Hund? Is That a Dog? Nibble, Nibble, Gnaw Nursery Rhyme. Come, Dear May Children's Song. Kommt ein Mann die Trepp heran. Kommt ein Vogel geflogen.