Funny song, about a practical Grandmother who does things like drive a motorbike in the chicken coop and has glasses with curtains etc. From the original by Robert Steidl (1865-1927). Shared by Korinna Hedinger-Farrell Suitable for Key Stages 2 and 3. Audio | lyrics | translation
The Beggarmans Wedding. Suitable for Key Stage 2 and 3. song | score with translation
Great song where the group is divided into elephants and treesSuitable for Key Stage 2. Score
Happy Birthday song in Germany Suitable for all Key Stages. Score
Newly composed 12-bar bluesSuitable for all Key Stages. Score
Tomato Salad – funny tongue twister Suitable for Key Stages 2 and 3.
Funny song, about a practical Grandmother who does things like drive a motorbike in the chicken coop and has glasses with curtains etc. From the original by Robert Steidl (1865-1927). Shared by Korinna Hedinger-Farrell Audio | lyrics | translation
Traditional childrens song, fun and easy to sing, with actions taking the place of missing words.Suitable for Key Stage 2 and 3.
Traditional song with a lovely tune – a great way to learn the days of the week. ‘Laurentia, my dear Laurentia, when will we be together again?’ ‘On Sunday (etc.)’ ‘When will it be Sunday (etc) again?’ Score | Audio | Spoken words with call and response
Song associated with the traditions of St Martin’s day (11th November): Translation: Lantern, lantern, Sun, moon and stars, Burn brightly, my light, Burn brightly, my light, But don’t burn my lovely lantern. Suitable for Key Stage 2.
Sung to the traditional English tune Zum Geburtstag viel Glück! Zum Geburtstag viel Glück! Zum Geburtstag liebe* … (add the name) *for a boy use lieber Zum Geburtstag viel Glück!
Cuckoo, cuckoo, calling from the woods – an Austrian folksong tells how the cuckoo heralds the arrival of Spring. Suitable for Key stage 2 and 3. Score
German version of the English traditional Hey ho, nobody home. A round in three partsSuitable for Key Stage 2 and 3.
This is a song which can be sung as a 2 or 4 part round. It means: To be happy requires little, and he who is happy is king!
A new German round. Thanks to Corinna from London.“Ein sehr kalterWinter ist Wenn ein Wolf ein Wolf ein Wolf den andern frisst! (It is a very cold winter if one wolf eats up another) Audio | Lyrics
A funny song about monkeys and coconuts – really popular with children in Germany. Check out You Tube video: HERE Words with english transition
A lovely funny song about an argument between a cuckoo and a donkey as to who is the better singer! Score
Traditional childrens song. ‘On the wall, lying in wait, there sits a little bug. Just look at the little bug! How it can dance!’ Audio | spoken words with call and response