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Get moving with Ella Jenkins [sound recording]
Music | Smithsonian Folkways | 2012
PAS Central Library Juvenile, Music, CDs (Damaged)

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1 sound disc (48 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Title from container.
Compact disc.
Program notes by Anthony Seeger, including lyrics (33 p. : port.) inserted in container.
"Smithsonian Folkways Recordings"--label.
Hello (1:52) -- Stop and go (3:45) -- Teddy bear (3:10) -- Did you feed my cow? (3:13) -- Who fed the chickens (2:36) -- Hop, skip, jump to my Lou (6:41) -- London Bridge is falling down ; Moshi moshi ano-ne (2:13) -- Head and shoulder (1:12) -- Jumping with variations (3:49) -- And one and two (4:18) -- One potato, two potato (1:36) -- Play your instruments (4:40) -- Follow the leader (1:54) -- Show me (4:57) -- Shake hands with friends (:38).
Performed by Ella Jenkins ; with acc.
Ella Jenkins wears the title given her by many of her fans, 'The First Lady of Children's Music,' with tremendous energy. Now in her ninth decade, she continues to encourage young children to hop, skip, jump, clap, dance and be active through song.
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Get moving
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00093074507322 gtin-14
Music No.
SFW 45073 Smithsonian Folkways
745073 Smithsonian Folkways
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