Here We Go A-Shoveling
From Plank Road Publishingadapted/arr. Teresa Jennings and Paul Jennings
This tongue-in-cheek adaptation of "Here We Come A-Caroling" was inspired by the rhythmic dance of shovel on driveway/plop of snow (over and over and over). Starting with a lovely chorale style introduction, it soon devolves into a pulsing grind, complete with scrapes and plops, punctuated with an anvil clank. There are brief moments of respite with a familiar spring-like theme encouraging us to carry on, ever mindful of the coming warmer weather. The song is entirely unison, and since it is based on a familiar carol, it should be pretty easy to learn. (from Music K-8, Vol. 31, No. 2)
(Run time: 2:42)
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