Somebody Stole My Cow!

From Plank Road Publishing

arr. Karl Hitzemann

Well, they don't get much sillier than this. But while "Somebody Stole My Cow!" offers lots of silly fun (kazoos and all), there is also a great opportunity here to have a lesson on the music of the 1920s. This song, of course, is a parody of Leo Wood's hit, "Somebody Stole My Gal."

Our accompaniment has a rhythm section that features the piano and banjo (and a slide whistle and cow sound effects, just in case it wasn't silly enough). You should definitely have your singers ham it up for this one. Kit includes two versions of a thrilling paper puppets video that go with this song. (from Music K-8, Vol. 21, No. 5)

(Run time: 1:51)

What's in a Singles Reproducible Kit?These are single song kits that include: a Piano/Vocal Part; a Singer's Part with full rights to reproduce, perform, and use it as many times as you need for your students; and high-quality full performance and accompaniment (instrumental) recordings.

About the Downloadable OptionThe downloadable version contains all the components the print version would, but in electronic format.

About the Audio RecordingsAudio recordings contain full performance and accompaniment only (instrumental) tracks.

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Somebody Stole My Cow - Downloadable Kit with Video File
Downloadable PDFs, Performance/Accompaniment MP3s, and Video Files: 37.5
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