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For You Sing a Song and I'll Sing a Song, noted folk singer and teacher Ella Jenkins is joined by young members of the Urban Gateways Children's Chorus. It features Jenkins' familiar mix of call-and-response, historical, or worldly songs, and plenty of fun in the form of snapping fingers, clapping hands, and stamping feet. Jenkins' youthful companions will also help children at home follow along. Standouts include the title track, "Shabot Shalom," "Maori Battle Chant," and "Did You Feed My Cow?," which appears in two helpful versions.

Biography

Born: 06 August 1924 in St. Louis, MO

Genre: Children's Music

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

From virtually the outset of her folksinging career, Ella Jenkins stood at the forefront of children's music, establishing herself as one of the few musicians in the genre whose charms extended beyond her young target audience into the realm of adults and educators. Born in St. Louis but raised in Chicago, Jenkins began singing professionally in 1956. Over the course of books, videos, and numerous albums, she educated children about everything from reading to geography to dance, and over time she...
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