Easter Song needed

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by michellegarbutt, Feb 25, 2005.

  1. michellegarbutt

    michellegarbutt Supporting Member

    One of the children in our learners section has come home and been told she has to play an easter song on her cornet for her school assembly. The snag is she has till Monday to decide what she wants to play, then just a few days to rehearse. Someone is already playing 'hot cross buns' and I can't think of anything else. Can anyone suggest something she could play. Must be simple as she is a learner and must be something we can get hold of quickly. I know someone amongst you will have some ideas :clap: :D :clap:
     
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  3. euphybeast

    euphybeast Member

    How about stretching the theme to Spring and playing something like that 'Cuckoo' thing? Easter is all about the similar things, is it not?
     
  4. mikelyons

    mikelyons Supporting Member

    What about 'Easter Hymn' in the old red hymn books?
     
  5. BigMal

    BigMal New Member

    What about the hymn tune St Peter (There is a Green Hill) no 93 in our hymn books
     
  6. satchmo shaz

    satchmo shaz Active Member

    what about simple gifts or Easter Bonnet
     
  7. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

    ... how about one of the songs from the age-old classic musical "Easter Parade"?

    - there must be one of them that can be remembered ...
    Song List

    • Happy Easter
    • Drum Crazy
    • It Only Happens When I Dance With You
    • I Want To Go Back To Michigan (Down On the Farm)
    • A Fella With An Umbrella
    • I Love a Piano
    • Snookey Ookums
    • The Ragtime Violin
    • When the Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves for Alabam'
    • Shaking the Blues Away
    • Steppin' Out With My Baby
    • Mister Monotony
    • A Couple of Swells
    • The Girl on the Magazine Cover
    • Better Luck Next Time
    • Easter Parade
     

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