Robin Hood – Kyngham Games – Come out to Play Pack
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Robin Hood – A Man of Many Names
Who was Robin Hood? Was he really from Nottinghamshire or can you believe this Yorkshire composer’s assertion that he was from the same place, the Merrie City of Wakefield?! The legend of Robin Hood told in song and rhyme. Based on real historical documentation, going back to the very first mention of him in the Piers Plowman rhymes of 1377. Duration 20 mins.
- The Crusade
- The Sheriff of Nottingham
- The Man of Many Names
- Maid Marian
- Guy of Gisbourn
- The Great Escape
- The Man of Many Names (reprise).
Includes: Full performance pack, Vocal score with piano, CD, Photocopiable vocal lines & lyrics
Composer: Alan Simmons
The Kyngham Games
Depicting the colourful festivals of Tudor times, there are characters such as The May King and Queen, The Friar and The Jester. It is full of rich melodies and very accessible part singing. Songs can be used individually or together in a performance – duration 15 mins.
- The Fool
- The King of May
- The Minstrel
- The Friar
- Maypole Dance
Includes: Full performance pack with CD, Photocopiable vocal lyrics, Narration
Come out to Play
Written to be performed by junior choir (in unison) and adult or youth choir (soprano, alto, tenbor and bass) but it can also be performed by the juniors with piano accompaniment.
- Girls and Boys Come Out to Play
- Monday’s Child
- What Are Little Boys Made Of?
Composer: Alan Woods