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Our kids songs

We are continually composing new songs and material in synchronization with the rhythms of each season. Here you can listen to some of them.

Lovely snowflakes (Musicalité)

 Composition and arrangements: John Henao
Performers: Christina Bélice & Belinda Bélice
(Fall 2018) 


Our fingers are little snowflakes coming from the sky, we move them while we're sitting and finishing the posture laying down on our backs with the eyes closed. It's a beautiful time of the year to celebrate the beauty of the transforming landscape and to praise our love to our families that are far away.



Really Short (Musicalité)

 Composition and arrangements: John Henao
Performer: Juliana Bautista
(Spring 2018)

A hippopotamus and a mouse become friends. Their size is so different and thus they try to find a way to communicate. Tolerance, respect for others, and the beauty of diversity are celebrated here. The movements are synchronized with the music. For example, the children crouch down to became small or proclaim their presence by lifting up their arms.


BE BI BE BO (Musicalité)

Composition and arrangements: John Henao
Performers: Juliana Bautista & John Henao
(Spring 2018)

This music, composed using African rhythms, invites us all to greet one other with different parts of our body. We say hello with our hands, our knees, our feet and our bum. This results in a rush of movement and joy!

Mr Carpenter (Musicalité)

Composition and arrangements: John Henao
Performer: Juliana Bautista
(Fall 2017)

Mr. Carpenter works with wood using arm movements. He saws the wood (by alternating his arms), hammers the nails (strikes one wrist against the other) and also dances with his arms in the air. All of these movements are done in rhythmic synchronization with the music, and can be done individually or in pairs. (Vr Française)

Licence Creative Commons
Lovely Snowflakes, Really Short, Mr Carpenter & Be Bi Be Bo songs by Musicalité are licensed under this license.

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