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pocketful of songs

CD

A pocketful of songs / written and performed by Michael Atherton & Catherine Kagan.

  • Published by Zipizak Music — 2004 — 1 CD (29 min.)
  • Sales Availability: This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
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  • Library Availability: CD 1532 — Available for loan

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This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
Please contact our Sales Department to confirm pricing and availability.

Product details

Duration: 29 min.

Contents note: Doo-wop-a-doo-doo -- Paddling my canoe -- Pinocchio's dance -- Jack in the box -- The zig-zag train -- High flying bird -- My dog tipped over the rubbish bin -- Tarantella 2 -- Belly dance song -- O, lovely mud -- Geppetto's dance -- Tom farmer (trad., arr. M. Atherton) -- I am a robot -- The goblin's dance -- Hudjan (traditional Indonesian, arr. M. Atherton) -- Carnivale.

Songs for children.

Liner notes include song texts.

Performers: Michael Atherton (instruments) ; Catherine Kagan (voice) ; Emily Atherton (voice: Doo-wop-a-doo-doo, Paddling my canoe , and My dog tipped over the rubbish bin).


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A pocketful of songs

Posted by Margaret Bradford [] on 5 February, 2011

Hello  Michael,

I see you are still writing and playing.  Good on you. I see your name  on a lot of peoductyions  for the ABC .  I have done  a lot too since  you acompanied me  on guitar  at Woolstonecarft for that ABC  TV  show  quite a feww years ago now.  You may remember?

You must be quite busy, but I have   a web site   if you have  time to browse.  www.margaretbradford.com)    My Bindi-eye Bop CD I did of  children's songs has been quite popular too.  I am  about  to put it into CD/book format and have found an ideal illustrator.

 I have five grandsons  now and they are all into music. (aged 16 down to 3)

The three year old  loves  your   "A pocketful of songs"  recording. I still have it on tape.  he sings it with me in the car.

Hope you and family are all well.

 

Regards,

Margaret  Bradford