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Nine lively songs illustrating aspects of children’s lives in Victorian times. They are equally effective sung singly or as a collection and will teach your children a great deal. Contrast the workers’ children and the factory owners’ children. Meet the rural children who move to town and have to pawn dad’s Sunday suit after he’s spent all his wages in the pub! As always, Jan Holdstock’s songs are well written with a mixture of humour and musicality. Another boost for National Curriculum History!
Includes: Vocal score (with piano), photocopiable lines.
Composer: Jan Holdstock