I have an idea. instead of using Google Drive and such, you could also use SolidFiles to upload things. It's give give you 50GB free storage. I think.
@socheat, the free version deletes files from it's server after about 30 days, making it unsutable for permenent storage.
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Check out this YouTube video. Can anybody find more like these? These are meant for slightly older kids. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALhEGiA5k5I
Does anybody know who made this song? It is sung in Spanish by a male tenor or baritone with very basic accompaniment. It was in the key of D-flat and the last time I heard it was in late 1999 or 2000. It basically recited the month names in Spanish. With the last name ending on a resolving note in the fifth degree, sort of like the song, A B C, except that the ending note was in the second mode. I heard it in a record LP disc which explains why I heard it in a different key from the video I just heard.
@greenGablesFan the song you are thinking of was sung by Gret and steve and can be found on Music and Movement in the classroom, grades 1 and 2, section 1, alongside an english version.
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Is there a list of other works in this album? I would like to see a list and a way to listen to them to see if I can unlock any subconscious memories from having listened to them when I was but a mere infant.
Also, in 2003, I found this cassette tape that had really good songs in both English and Spanish. I don't know who made it and it would be great if I could find out who made it.
It first starts out with some kids singing, you shall sing, I shall sing, together we shall explore the four seasons. Then it starts in the spring, where we sing songs like Row Row Row Your boat, Happy Birthday, two people named Maria and Pedro, who was a cowboy. Then they did a song about Grampa's Farm in both English and Spanish. Then during the summer there was some fair music, though very brief. Then someone sang this song to the tune of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. Something about dame sheep yes sir, bring in a wool. Then someone sang this strange Jamaican song called Day Oh, Me Say Day Oh, daylight come and me wan' go home. Then they sang 'Going to the Zoo To-morrow, and how there were crocodiles there. Then fall was coming, and Pedro talked about taking a stroll or a hike, and then he sang about taming a bull with a plum. And for Halloween, a guy recited a story about how three little pumpkins had rolled out of site while there was some strange creepy drones. After that, it became cold and wintery, and they talked about snow. They sang Silent Night in both languages. Then they played a guessing game by describing what the snowperson was made of. Finally, we reached January and February, and the last song they did was a MartiGrahs show.
@green gables fan, that a;bum you mentioned reminds me of a different one that had original songs about DIfferent hollieays, E>G. there were songs for Vetterens day, Arber Day, and of course the usual suspects Halloeene and Christmas for example. I don't know the name of that album, or who sang the songs on it. WSSB had a coppie of the cassette, alongside some other childrens albums (including another Greg and Steve album).
Washington State School for the Blind? I live about thirty miles South of them.
I'd be interested to dig into this and see which songs we can take. Also, I sent you a Facebook message but then I realised that you were the one who had asked about a tutorial, so therefore you'd be clewless on how to help me as I got stuck.
@greenGablesFan, have you dun any work n the album yet I'm still wating on family mario's work. that's why there haven't been any updates to the album itself for so long.
I am going to post a link to a small MP3 file that contains some melodies and harmonies that I remember from hearing in this album I used to have when I was seven years old. I think I got rid of it when I was twelve.
Here's what I remember. the song begins with an introduction about let's dance. It was sung in the key of D major. The next song was Cepillin singing In a forest with the Chinese, and you hear the Chinese xylophone riff. The next few songs I don't remember, but there was one called Casa Blanca, another one called Carita de Angel, and another one called la chis chis chis, in which the yellow liquid comes from there. The ninth song was another Cepillân song called Felicidades a tí to the tune of Happy Birthday. Then there's one more song that I'm really curious about. It sounded as though an old lady was singing about a diet or something. Anyhow, the MP3 file has the chis chis chis melody, the happy birthday, and the one in which the person is singing about food. If you happen to know what album it comes from, I'd like to try and make some Spanish preschool stuff as well. :-)
Here's the link. http://www.sensation-experience.com/mul … _album.mp3
@GreenGablesFan Not familiar with that album either.
However, I can link you to this song:
It is a spannish childrens song about a hen reacting to a song and it gradually speeds up.
Unfortunately I don't have enough RAM or disc memory available. Plus I need to update the Vocaloid Editor to version 4.
Also, might you know where this song comes from? It's from a cassette tape, but I can't remember. I read a lot of Disney read-alongs and Richard Scary's bedtime stories, it's hard to remember. But there was this song called Measuring Words. There were also people talking about the Money family and the money comedian. They also had a history lesson on counting. About how Romans counted sheep using sticks. If one was missing, they would notice a change. There were some neat songs I think I could make from it.
Another tape I used to have, which I finally found the name to, is Muzzy in Gondoland.
I guess since ggf is talking about childrens albums I used to have I might as well join in.
back in the early 2000s, there was a series of cassette tapes called tick and fuzz, in which the 2 tichilar characters talked about a specific moral lesson (sharing and kindness being 2 examples) intersperced with songs related to them. I'll have to look up some of the songs on those though since I don't really think it caught on the way wee sing did. one of the higlights was '7 nice things to say' from the kindness episode, in which the narrator has a complement or positive affurmation for each day of the week, spoken in both high and low pitches. this would be a great song for dectalk!
I found some songs from a Mother Goose Rhyme. One of them sounds like Ring Around the Rosy. It's called A pisket, a Tasket.
I had to reupload the single files to google drive because I accedentally deleted them.
here is another fun song for the album:
and a similar song here:
and another one.
finally, here is a traditional childrens song recorded by Miss nina.
@family mario, how are your songs coming?