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Issue Details: First known date: 1967... 1967 Space Songs for Young Children
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Contains illustrated poems followed by musical arrangements.

Notes

  • Title page note: 'Chord indications are written for harmony instruments such as guitars, autoharps, banjos, accordions etc. A number of the songs have been written within the range of the pentatonic scale. Percussion instruments add effect to the songs in this collection. Suggestions are shown in "Blast-Off" and "A Satellite".'

Contents

* Contents derived from the Melbourne, Victoria,:Nelson , 1967 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Astronautsi"Astronauts are Space-men,", Jean McKinlay , single work poetry children's (p. 2)
Note: Musical arrangement, p.4.
Blast-Offi"Five, four, three, two, one, zero, Blast-off,", Jean McKinlay , single work poetry children's (p. 3)
Note: Musical arrangement, p.5.
Out into Spacei"How would you like to go in a rocket to the moon?", Jean McKinlay , single work poetry children's (p. 6)
Note: Musical arrangement, p.9.
Where Do All the Rockets Go?i"Teeny teeny tiny toe", Jean McKinlay , single work poetry children's (p. 6)
Note: Musical arrangement, p.8.
Above the Cloudsi"Here I am above the clouds, the world is far below,", Jean McKinlay , single work poetry children's (p. 6)
Note: Musical arrangement, p.8.
The Mooni"Silver moon, Silver moon, far away", Jean McKinlay , single work poetry children's (p. 7)
Note: Musical arrangement, p.9.
Moon Man : A Nonsense Song Moon Mani"I jumped aboard a satellite,", Jean McKinlay , single work poetry children's (p. 10)
Note: Musical arrangement, p. 12, with subtitle: A Nonsense Song.
The Jeti"I'm a little Jet plane flying high,", Jean McKinlay , single work poetry children's (p. 14)
Note: Musical arrangement, p.16.
Lick, Trick, Mick!i"Lick, Trick, Mick, wanted to go to the Moon,", Jean McKinlay , single work poetry children's (p. 15)
Note: Musical arrangement, p. 16.

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Last amended 9 Dec 2008 13:42:20
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