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To donate money or volunteer to help: www1.networkforgood.org In memory of three who devoted their lives to teaching others about the beauty, the vulnerability, and the true value of the oceans and the earth. Frere Jacques, dormez-vous? There beneath the warm and blue, Can you see your fallen friends, Eve and Adam once again. In the garden like before, All we needed, that and more. All was ours beneath the sky, And still we had to fly. Trading wheels and shiny things, For oceans full of fins and wings. We shut the gates of paradise Behind ourselves once more. Frere Jacques, come again, Through the waves and through the wind. We have lost your vision, friend. We have lost our way. Oh Phillipe,will you ride Upon Calypso, by his side? Are you sleeping, brother John, until a better day? Sister dolphin, brother whale, In darkening waters gasp and fail. But all the well-oiled wheels still turn. Will we never learn? In the garden like before, All we needed, that and more. All was ours beneath the sky, And still we had to fly.
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Frere Jacques for acoustic guitar. Adam Connelly guitar teacher brisbane, shows how to play this simple traditional French folk song. Ideal for BEGINNER GUITAR.
Frere Jacques - Traditional - Karaoke
"Frere Jacques" lullaby arranged for guitar by Daniel Fries, set to pictures of baby Arella. Free download here: danielfries.bandcamp.com
My mother sang Frère Jacques to me in French when I was young. Here I am improvising on the basic theme, playing from the heart and remembering my early experiences with my mother. Sorry about the sound quality. I will upload a video version soon. * Please Subscribe *
By Raffi from The Corner Grocery Store.
I have just had a new friend subscribe to my videos and as he is French and I have only uploaded one song with some French words, namely Plaisir D'amour, I thought I might try another experiment and sing a duet with myself in French. Apologies for any mispronunciations but I have not used French orally since my schooldays. As well as being for HOBOSEAN, I also dedicate it to Roselyne18 another friend from France. An English translation of the lyrics is:- Brother Jack, brother Jack, Are you sleeping? Are you sleeping? Ring the morning bells! Ring the morning bells! Ding, dang, dong. Ding, dang, dong.
12 of us ukulele beginners play "Frère Jacques". Special thanks to all of you who participated: www.youtube.com www.youtube.com www.youtube.com www.youtube.com www.youtube.com www.youtube.com www.youtube.com www.youtube.com www.youtube.com www.youtube.com www.youtube.com You guys are awesome!
I did one helluva improvisation (dare I say so myself) on this tune some years ago here in Orlando based on an improvisation that I heard Pierre Cochereau perform on the same tune at Avery Fisher Hall (Lincoln Center NYC) on the Aeolian-Skinner that was in that hall that later became part of the Crystal Cathedral Organ. Cochereau's performance was stunning of course and it left quite the impression on me for 30 years. Here I tried to duplicate what I had done already some years ago. It's on cassette, so if I'm ever able to transfer it to CD, I'll upload it.
This is my own arrangement of the canon for 8 clarinets: 3x Eb Clarinet, 4x Bb Clarinet and one Bass Clarinet. I made it because one time, I tried to sing it with some friends in major, minor and dorian and I really enjoyed it =D The bass clarinet part is recorded with my Bb clarinet (and lowered for one octave) as I couldn't find a bass clarinet. Hope you enjoy! =) If you want the sheet music for this piece just send me a message with your email address and I'll send it to you =)
Desplus connus au moins connus, retrouvez sur HerolandTV des dizaines de comptines et Berceuses. De frère Jacques, la Fourmie amoureuse à Pirouette cacahuette ou bien A la claire fontaine et le Chat blanc. Nous vous proposons d'écouter et de ré-écouter les chansons dorées de notre enfance.
Anette qui chantonne Frères Jacques ! Au zénith de Paris.
Visit www.speakaboos.com for more stories and activities free! Lyrics Frère Jacques, Frère Jacques, Dormez vous? Dormez vous? Sonnez les matines, Sonnez les matines, Din, din, don! Din, din, don! English Version: Are you sleeping, Are you sleeping? Brother John? Brother...
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In Memory Of Mike Baker (1963-2008) Progressive Frere Jacques played by Shadow Gallery Wannabe :)
One of the only good things to come out of France, the classic track - Frère Jacques. Sung by a lovely little boy who is a bit crazy as well as the kids he's babysitting.
Donovans Reef song; 1963.
Improvisation by Anders Bondeman on the recently re-inaugurated Walcker organ in Stockholm City Hall, on the 18th november 2008. Improvisation on the Frére Jacques theme. Walcker/Harrison & Harrison, 135 stops, 5 manuals and pedal, 10.271 pipes.
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Children's song. Traditional - Vocals and guitar
Lew Dite with his concert ukulele. A song my father taught me to love.
Nadine playing frere jacques on piano
The music in this video came from a recording made, in 1973, by the Westview Centennial Secondary School Stage Band (Toronto, Ontario.) The musical directors were Paul Minor and L. Donskov. Visit www.westviewcentennial.info for more information. MUSICIANS: Bill Allen (Trumpet); Sharon Armstrong (Clarinet); Howard Ayee (Bass Guitar); Jack Amelard (Clarinet); Sue Ashton (Flute, Librarian); Gary Barkey (Trumpet); John Baynham (Vocal); Mark Bloore (Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone); Claudio Bruno (Violin); Perry Busch (Trumpet); Tony Caron (Percussion, Stage Assistant); Rick Cederland (Alto Saxophone); Lys Chisholm (Violin); Eunice Cozzolino (Vocal); Mark Dunn (Baritone Saxophone); Peter Davies (Percussion); Bob DeAngelis (Alto Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute); Renato Diamante (Clarinet, Sound Engineer); Jill Doherty (Clarinet); Alma Eglitis (Vocal); Paul Favro (Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet); Belinda Fraser (Cello); Gord Griffiths (Trombone); Kim Gibbard (Vocal); Rex Harknett (Fluegel Horn, Trumpet); Carlo Iaboni (Alto Saxophone, Clarinet); Susan Jukes (Vocal); Paul Knudsen (Electric Guitar, Violin); Carl Korody (Trombone); David Lalonde (Flute); Enrico Lappano (Cello, Guitar, Vocal); Nickie Lewis (Vocal, Dancer); Shelley Lewis (Violin, Dancer); Anne Machnik (French Horn); Audley Malcolm (Trombone); Glen Mitchell (Percussion); Anne Marie Monaco (French Horn); David Murray (Flute); Beth Ramsey (Vocal); Patti Repar (Vocal); Nick Rotundo (Violin); David Scarlett (Banjo, Guitar, Viola); Terry ...
Frere Jacques Frere Jacques I gotta poo I gotta poo blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah Ding-dong, Fred Fredburger! Yes.
The Wiggles Singing Frere Jacques
From the Wiggles and Learn TV show. Uploaded for my son to watch. Check it out in "High Quality" (link just below the video).
John Iveson's arrangement of Frere Jacques performed by members of the Fodens Richardson Band at the Oldham Parish Church, April 20th 2008.
C=1 Click the link for a worksheet that also shows LH Bass part: blagmusic.blogspot.com
canon frère jacques and random pictures
afid-wa-istafid.cultureforum.net Nini Ya Momo - Frère Jacque
Catherine sings Frère Jacques for Babelzone(Primary Languages Website) at www.lcfclubs.com . Morning bells are ringing... Easter bells too! Enjoy!
Vicki's spontaneous a cappella interpretation of the children's song "Frere Jacques" - video shot and edited by Gildas Bocle'
A clip taken from the Star Trek The Next Generation episode Lessons, featuring Picard on a Ressikan Flute, and Neela on the piano. Ah, btw I had to look up how you spell Frére Jacques, cause in Swedish it's called "Broder Jacob" :P (short Swedish-lesson :P )
Sheet Music: www.greatscores.com This is a piano arrangement of Frere Jacques in the piano style of Yann Tiersen (the composer who wrote the score for the movie Amelie).
Anne-Marie B. performing her sexy disco number "Frère Jacques" at the 1977 Eurovision Song Contest.
Oh, just a silly little video. I hope you don't mind...enjoy!
3 year old Malena trying to sing Frère Jacques. Pretty cute!
French & English LYRICS: Frère Jacques, Frère Jacques, Dormez-vous? Dormez-vous? Sonnez les matines! Sonnez les matines! Din, dan, don. Din, dan, don. Are you sleeping, Are you sleeping, Brother John? Brother John? Morning bells are ringing, Morning bells are ringing....
2 YEAR OLD SING Frere Jacques
Dormez vous dormez vous
A video for my rock arrangement of the children's classic, Frere Jacques. From my newest album, Heavy Children!
A french song we all must know when we went to french class