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Bow Wow Wow, Folk Song from England

  • Download includes song in G Major and B Flat Major.

  • Ideal for ensemble warm ups.

  • The original melody for Bow Wow Wow is in Part 1. 

  • Each Part can be played separately, all together, or in any combination - with as few or as many of the Parts as you wish.  

  • You can repeat it over and over, leaving out or adding in Parts each time you repeat.

  • You could even start with body percussion, clapping the rhythm of each part, or a combination of body percussion and instruments.  The possibilities are endless!

  • Difficulty: Easy

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Ning Wendete, traditional Kenyan folk song.

G Major

For flute (or recorder) ensemble.

7 Parts. Each can be played separately, all together, or in any combination - with as few or as many of the Parts as you wish.

Suggested rhythmic ostinatos for percussion instruments or hand claps included.

Difficulty: easy 

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Ning Wendete, traditional Kenyan folk song.

B flat Major

For flute ensemble

7 Parts. Each can be played separately, all together, or in any combination - with as few or as many of the Parts as you wish.

Suggested rhythmic ostinatos for percussion instruments or hand claps included.

Difficulty: easy 

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Fanga Alafia, Nigerian Welcome Song

  • B Flat Major

  • Each Part can be played separately, all together, or in any combination - with as few or as many of the Parts as you wish.  

  • You can repeat it over and over, leaving out or adding in Parts each time you repeat.

  • You could even start with body percussion, clapping the rhythm of each part, or a combination of body percussion and instruments.  The possibilities are endless!

  • The Fanga Alafia melody is in Part 7, and this may be played by a teacher, or left out altogether.

  • Difficulty: Easy

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Fanga Alafia, Nigerian Welcome Song

  • G Major

  • Each Part can be played separately, all together, or in any combination - with as few or as many of the Parts as you wish.  

  • You can repeat it over and over, leaving out or adding in Parts each time you repeat.

  • You could even start with body percussion, clapping the rhythm of each part, or a combination of body percussion and instruments.  The possibilities are endless!

  • The Fanga Alafia melody is in Part 7, and this may be played by a teacher, or left out altogether.

  • Difficulty: Easy

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