How to put together a festive tune is the question everyone asks at the end of a Christmas carol.
But when it comes to a musical score, there are a few key points that must be followed.
Firstly, there’s a rule of thumb that says that there are two basic parts to a Christmas song: the theme song and the main part.
“Theme” is when the melody is played, or the whole song is played (which can take up to five minutes to complete).
“Main” is the whole of the song, with the exception of the vocals, which can be added as a separate track if needed.
“A Christmas song is a piece of music that the children have to sing and dance to,” said Noel Molloy, director of music for the National Council of Educational Research and Teaching.
“They have to make music out of all the songs they have been told to sing or dance to.”
The song is really a piece they sing together, and then when they sing it they can take it on and add new lines to it.
“It has to be the same tune, but different words and phrases.
It has to fit into the song as well as the words.”
So what does the song have to be?
“The songs have to start with the main parts,” said Mr Mollow.
“It needs to be very strong, but not too strong.”
So if it’s an upbeat song it’s probably a good idea to have the first four or five lines and then maybe the ending.
“But there’s more to Christmas than just the tunes.
The theme song plays an important role in the song.
It is a part of the story of the Christmas season and the story itself, and is part of what the children know about the season.”
We like to sing a Christmas story as we are telling it,” said Ms Roddick.”
In the same way we would sing a song, if we sing the story we sing a different part of it.””
The story is the story, the theme is the theme, the lyrics are the lyrics, the ending is the ending and the music is the music.””
So that’s how you get the whole picture and the whole Christmas song.””
We do get a little bit of help from the music when we sing and play the song with the children,” said John Ruggles, the principal of Lincoln Elementary School.”
For example, we sing ‘Happy Christmas’, ‘We Love You’, and ‘We Will Always Love You’ to the children on the playground.
“And the kids get to tell the story.
When we sing to the kids the words that they are singing to us are different to what they are saying in their own language.””
When we play the songs we do it in the same order as the kids sing them.
So when they play the story with us we sing it with the story in mind, so we get the story and then we go into the lyrics.”
So how do you get children singing?
“It’s really about getting them singing and dancing to the same melody, but in different ways,” said Miss Roddell.
“Children sing together in the carol and when we are in the classroom they sing separately, or they sing in groups and sing together as a group.”
As they are in groups, we can put them on the piano and get them singing together.””
Then when we play them a Christmas Story, we play a different tune that we can sing to them.
“When they are playing the story they sing to each other in the middle of the school playground, which is really great because we get them to sing the same story and sing it in a different way.”
“Children can sing for three to five hours together, but we can get them all to sing for 10 minutes or more,” said Professor Ruggs.
“But I would say that they can sing longer.”
“They sing a little more for each song, but the children really get to sing in the choir as well.”
“I think the best way to sing with children is to let them sing a story in the first couple of minutes, and if they can keep that up they can really sing.”
Then they can go back to the story if they need to.
Then we sing them a different story.
“I would say it’s a lot easier for children to sing as a family than it is for adults.”
“If you do sing with your children you want them to be comfortable with the music and with singing,” said Prof Rugg.
“So when you sing with them, you want to give them something to do with their voice, and you want the kids to have a lot of fun.”
“But you also want them singing something you can’t do without, so if you can sing it to them, then they will.”
“It all depends on what the