Saturday, 18 April 2009

लिथुँनियन song- Song from Lithuania



Our song is called "Conductivity- Father Wheeled Hay"

13 comments:

Steffen Töppler said...

A beautiful traditional song.
Nice that your children play the instruments themselves.

Monarch, Golden Eagle and Runrig said...

You are very good at playing instruments and you sang very well!!

Doo, Blackie and Lang Syne in Scotland said...

Hello! That song is VERY good!
GOOD LUCK!

Tod in Scotland said...

Hi, your song is AMAZING.

Corbett and Puddock said...

Hi, Its Puddock and Corbett here. We think that you are really good singers!
From Scotland.

Oleflemming Denmark said...

Very nice performance. Good luck for the contest.

ilari from Italy said...

kids, you are great in playing instruments!good luck for the contest!

Michael, in Scotland said...

Excellent singing and playing from all the children in the class. We all really enjoyed watching the song. Good luck!

Annie said...

We thought your song was fantastic. What excellent musicians.
From children at Church Aston Infant School.

Maria Antoinette Magro - Malta said...

Wonderful song ... well done ...
The children play their recorders very well...the boy with the piano accordion also did a wonderful job.
Keep it up!

Katja from France said...

We liked your traditional song. can you tell us what it talks about?

Anonymous said...

FATHER WHEELED HAY

Father wheeled hay,
kirvir va,
yoked up a goatling,
kirvir va

Father wheeled hay,
kirvir va,
yoked up a goatling,
kirvir va

Father wheeled hay,
kirvir va,
yoked up a cock-a-doodle-doo,
kirvir va


Father wheeled hay,
kirvir va,
yoked up a pullet,
kirvir va


Father wheeled hay,
kirvir va,
yoked up a cat,
kirvir va

mayte said...

It's a wonderful work! It's amazing what your children do and what a good teacher have. Good luck from Spain.