All Together Singing in the Kitchen: Creative Ways to Make and Listen to Music as a Family
Music is not only fun, but it's also the foolproof way to family harmony and connection—it can soothe a crying baby, engage an active toddler, entertain during long car rides, and help everyone get through daily chores.
In All Together Singing in the Kitchen you'll find all the tools you need for family music making—you don't need to know a thing about music to get started. With over thirty songs (with lyrics, chords, and audio recordings) to get you singing, musical games to get you dancing, and tips on playing instruments to get you grooving, this book will help you make music a larger part of your family's life, from playtime to bedtime.
Making music with any group of people is one of the best and surest ways to forge deep emotional connections. Making music with the members of your family practically guarantees a lifetime of distinct, memorable, warm moments of togetherness.
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3 Adding Accompaniment
The Musical Family
5 Singing Songs
11 Music Education
12 Family Traditions
13 Community Celebrations
How to Tune Your Voice
Quick and Easy Music Theory
Songs for Every Occasion
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