From Plank Road Publishingarr./adapted Paul Jennings
This popular old tune started as a Scottish folk song and can be found in literature as early as 1715. As with most old folk songs, it has had many iterations, with different lyrics and melodies. In general, it was a man who played a ladle, who lived in the moon, and whose clothing was made of food.
For our arrangement, we started by updating the lyrics to foods kids are familiar with. Then we gave your performers a chance to form a kitchen band with more than just a ladle. Each new verse adds the new instrument to the interlude when it repeats to measure one, with all previous instruments joining in. Have one player per instrument, or do multiples of them so that everyone has something to play. For easier reading, we have extracted the "Kitchen Band" parts we recorded. (from Music K-8, Vol. 17, No. 4)
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