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Shirley pointed out this song to us and sent the note: ""Happy Chinese New Year It has a very catchy chorus that I sing at my music classes for preschool children. On every street and pathway, On everyone's lips, The first thing we say is, "Good wishes, good wishes. Good wishes, good wishes to you! Winter has come to an end, That is really good news, A warm spring breeze is Blowing to wake up the earth.
Good wishes, good wishes to you, yeah! The icy snow has melted, See the plum tree blossom!
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The long night is past, I heard the cock crow. After so many difficulties, Such bad tempers So many children in their hearts, Look forward to the news of Spring! Whoever the children are in your life - your kids, your grandkids, your students, even yourself in your heart - Kid Songs Around The World is a wonderful way to help them experience other languages and cultures.
We've gathered of our favorite songs and rhymes from all the continents of the globe. Over pages! Each song includes the full text in the original language, with an English translation, and most include sheet music. All include links to web pages where you can listen to recordings, hear the tune or watch a video performance.
Each includes a beautiful illustration. Many have commentary sent to us by our correspondents who write about the history of the songs and what they've meant in their lives. We hope this book will help foster a love of international children's songs!
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Many thanks to Shirley Stump for pointing out this song to us! Translation by Lisa Yannucci. Our books feature songs in the original languages, with translations into English. Many include beautiful illustrations, commentary by ordinary people, and links to recordings, videos, and sheet music.
Your purchase will help us keep our site online! Visit our store. Please contribute a traditional song or rhyme from your country. Visit the Mama Lisa Book Store. Someone shared with us the pronunciation of the Tibetan version of Frre Jacques which you can find below It's very easy! Here's the recipe The game ofFive Stones is also known as Knucklebones.
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It's atime-honored game that was played in ancient Greece, Rome and even earlier. Nowadays, in the US it's played with jacks. In some parts of the world it's played with 5 flat stones or pebbles. In other places, it's played with the ankle or [ We have some of the rhymes on our Chinese Song and Rhyme Pages.
I asked Pete how [ We recently posted a Japanese song called The Sound of Insects — "? Mushi no Koe. In the process of researching the song, I found out that Japanese and Chinese people sometimes keep crickets as pets. The practice was more common in Japan in the past, but it seems some people still do [ We have a recording of the Chinese song below.
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It's called Red Rooster. Can anyone help with a translation so we can add it to our Chinese Song Pages? The Chinese New Year begins on February 8th this year. It will be the Year of the Monkey. There are 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac and the Monkey is the 9th animal. Every 12 years it's the year of the monkey.