The Songs and Music of Friedrich Froebel's Mother Play (Mutter und Kose Lieder) (Google eBook)

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D. Appleton and Company, 1895 - Children's songs - 272 pages
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Contents

The Little Maiden and the Stars Emily Huntington Miller
78
The Light Bird Elizabeth Charless Le Bourgeois
80
The Shadow Babbit Laura E Bichards
84
The Wolf Laura E Bichards
90
The Wild Pig Laura E Bichards
92
The Little Window Emily Huntington Miller
94
The Window George Hyde Page
96
The Charcoal Burner Emily Huntington Miller
98
The Carpenter Emilie Poulsson
102
The Bridge Emilie Poulsson
106
The Bridge Laura E Bichards
108
The Farmyard Gate Emily Huntington Miller
110
Mrs Pollen adapted by Emily Huntington Miller
112
The Garden Gate Emily Huntington Miller
114
The Little Gardener Laura E Bichards
116
The Wheelwright Emily Huntington Miller
118
The Joiner Nora Archibald Smith
124
The Knights and the Good Child Emily Huntington Miller
126
The Knights and the Mother Emily Huntington Miller
132
Emily Huntington Miller
134
Hide and Seek Henrietta B Eliot
136
The Cuckoo Henrietta R Eliot
138
The Toyman and the Maiden Emily Huntington Miller
140
The Toyman and the Boy Emily Huntington Miller
144
The Church Laura E Bichards
148
The Little Artist Emilie Poulsson
152
SONGS AND GAMES
159
Play with the Limbs Old English 17th Century
161
Play with the Limbs Tyrolese Folk Song
162
Palling Palling Fred Field Bullard
163
The Weather Vane George L Osgood
164
The Trees Eleanor Heerwart
165
The Windmill Adolph Jensen
166
Wind Song Eleanor Smith
168
All Gone Fred Field Bullard
169
TasteGuessing Game Fred Field Bullard
171
Flower Song Scotch Melody
172
Flower Song Carl Reinecke
173
TickTack Carl Reinecke
174
Tick Tack Eleanor Smith
175
Mowing Grass German Folk Song
176
Beckoning the Chickens W W Gilchrist
177
Beckoning the Pigeons Arr from Carl Reinecke by Eleanor Smith
178
The Fish in the Brook Arr from Robert Kohl by Eleanor Smith
179
Adapted from Johannes Brahms by Eleanor Smith
180
The Caterpillar Eleanor Smith
181
Butterflies Elizabeth U Emerson
182
The Flying Bird W W Gilchrist
183
The Target Fred Field Bullard
185
PataCake Alsatian Folk Song
186
The Mill Wheel Carl Reinecke
187
The Flower Basket Eleanor Smith
200
The Pigeon House Robert Kohl arr by E Smith
201
Naming the Fingers French Folk Song
202
The Greeting Scotch Folk Song
204
Thumbs and Fingers say Good Morning Eleanor Smith
205
The Family W W Gilchrist
206
The Family Euphemia M Parker
207
The Family Austrian Folk Song
209
Numbering the Fingers French Folk Song
211
Lullaby Peruvian Slumber Song
212
Go to sleep Thumbkin Eleanor Smith
213
Five in a Row Carl Reinecke
214
Finger Piano Arr from Carl Reinecke by Eleanor Smith
216
The Happy Brothers and Sisters Old French Lullaby
217
The Baby and the Moon Eleanor Smith
218
O look at the Moon W W Gilchrist
220
The Little Maiden and the Stars George L Osgood
221
The Child and the Star J W Elliott
223
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225
The Light Bird Arr from Robert Kohl by Eleanor Smith
226
The Light Bird Eleanor Smith
227
The Shadow Rabbit Child Song Old French
228
The Little Window W W Gilchrist
229
The Window Eleanor Smith
231
Transformation Game Eleanor Smith
232
The Charcoal Burner Fred Field Bullard
233
23
234
The Carpenter W W Gilchrist
235
The Carpenter Euphemia M Parker
236
The Bridge Eleanor Smith
238
63 The Joiner Robert Kohl
239
The Farmyard French Folk Songs
240
The Garden Gate W W Gilchrist
242
The Little Gardener Hungarian Folk Song
243
The Little Gardener Carl Reinecke
245
Little Annies Garden Eleanor Smith
246
The Little Plant W W Gilchrist
247
The Wheelwright Eleanor Smith
248
The Knights and the Good Child Eleanor Smith
250
The Knights and the Bad Child Eleanor Smith
252
The Knights and the Mother Eleanor Smith
254
The Knights and the Mother Eleanor Smith
255
Hide and Seek After Haydn
257
The Cuckoo Fred Field Bullard
258
Hiding Game Carl Reinecke
259
Guessing the Singer Carl Reinecke
260
The Church Eleanor Smith
261
Wandering Song Old French Lullaby
263
The Visit Carl Reinecke
265
Wandering Song Fred Field Bullard
266
Rippling Purling Little River W W Gilchrist
268

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Page i - How to Study Geography. A Practical Exposition of Methods and Devices in Teaching Geography which apply the Principles and Plans of Ritter and Guyot.
Page 20 - This is the dry and sweet-smelling Hay, That was fed to the Cow that gave milk each day To Molly the Milkmaid, who worked with a will Her pail with the cow's good milk to fill, To take to the Mother who, with delight, Poured into the bowl the milk so white, All ready for dear little Baby. This is the Grass (in the field it grew, Helped by the sunshine and rain and dew) — The grass that was dried into sweet-smelling Hay And fed to the Cow that gave milk each day To Molly the Milkmaid, who worked...
Page 22 - ... little Baby. This is the cow that gave milk each day To Molly the milkmaid, who worked with a will Her pail with the cow's good milk to fill, To take to the mother who, with delight, Poured into the bowl the milk so white, All ready for dear little Baby. This is the dry and sweet-smelling hay, That was fed to the cow that gave milk each day To Molly the milkmaid, who worked with a will Her pail with the cow's good milk to fill, To take to the mother who, with delight, Poured into the bowl the...
Page 22 - This is the grass (in the field it grew, Helped by the sunshine and rain and dew) — The grass that was dried into sweet-smelling hay, And fed to the cow that gave milk each day To Molly the milkmaid, who worked with a will Her pail with the cow's good milk to fill. To take to the mother who, with delight, Poured into the bowl the milk so white, All ready for dear little Baby.
Page ii - Authorized Translation from the second French edition, by J. RUSSELL, BA With an Introduction by Rev. RH QUICK, MA $1.50.
Page 126 - GALLOPING fast and galloping free, Who comes a-riding so swift to me ? " Five brave knights with their plumes so gay. What do you seek, good knights, to-day ? " " Over the icorld we ride to find The child that is loving and good and kind.
Page 84 - THE SHADOW RABBIT. HEY, the rabbit! ho the rabbit! See, the rabbit on the wall Pricks his ears, for that's his habit — Pricks them up and lets them fall. Pretty rabbit, stay, now! Come with me and play now! No, ah, no! he will not stay; Up he jumps and springs away. Now the rabbit sits upright, Munching grass with all his might. See him wrinkle up his nose! Rabbit, shall I feed you? "No, I do not need you! Rabbits made upon the wall Feed themselves, or not at all.
Page 54 - ... animals. The Family Mother Song for Teaching Affection This is the mother so busy at home, Who loves her dear children, whatever may come. This is the father, so brave and so strong, Who works for his family all the day long. This is the brother, who'll soon be a man; He helps his good mother as much as he can. This is the sister so gentle and mild, Who plays that the dolly is her little child. This is the baby, all dimpled and sweet; How soft his wee hands and his chubby pink feet! Father, and...
Page 76 - Moon so brightly smiling ! Yellow moon, so bright, so near, In the sky so soft and clear, I can almost reach you here — Moon so softly shining ! Bring the ladder strong and new, Now I know what I will do : I will climb and sail with you — Moon so slowly sailing ! EMILY HUNTINGTON MILLER. 76 „SRutter! OTonb pebn!
Page 8 - THE WEATHERVANE. This way, that way, Turns the weather-vane ; This way, that way, Turns and turns again. Turning, pointing, ever showing, How the merry wind is blowing.

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