Tell Us A Tale Tunes

30 June 2013

FireworksThree Penny Acre

Theme: 3 Penny Acre LIVE & Independence Day Tunes

[Format: Song, Artist, CD, Label]

Yankee Doodle, Suzy Roche, Kids, Cars and Campfires, Red House

Swannee River Rock, Ray Charles, Celebration of America, Music For Little People

Ol’ Man River, Paul Robeson, Celebration of America, Music For Little People

A Shenandoah Lullaby, Jerry Garcia and David Grisman, Not For Kids Only, Acoustic Disc

Yankee Doodle Dandy, James Cagney, Celebration of America, Music For Little People

This Land Is Your Land, Woody Guthrie, This Land is Your Land: The Asch Recordings, Vol. 1, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

The Battle of New Orleans, Johnny Horton, A Child’s Celebration of Dance Music, Music For Little People

The Ballad of Davy Crockett, Fess Parker, The Music of Disney: A Legacy in Song, Disney

White House Blues, Earl Taylor and the Stoney Mountain Boys, Classic Bluegrass from Smithsonian Folkways, Smithsonian Folksways Recordings

Rebel Girl, Hazel Dickens, Classic Bluegrass from Smithsonian Folkways, Smithsonian Folksways Recordings

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To hear the stories below, visit the Tell Us A Tale Past Stories Page, where they will be available in RealAudio through Saturday, 6 July, 2013.

Sody Sallyratus, an Appalachian tale
Author: Teri Sloat (retold by)
Illustrator: Teri Sloat
Publisher: Dutton Children’s Books; ISBN 0-525-45609-0

Song: Biscuit Blues
Artists: Riders in the Sky
CD: Saddle Pals

The Legend of Slappy Hooper, an American Tall Tale
Author: Aaron Shepard (retold by)
Illustrator: Toni Goffe
Publisher: Scribner’s; ISBN 0-684-19535-6

Song: I Got the Sun in the Morning
Artist: Mary Martin (and cast of Annie Get Your Gun)
CD: A Child’s Celebration of Broadway

Rainbow Crow, a Lenape tale
Author: Nancy Van Laan (retold by)
Illustrator: Beatriz Vidal
Publisher: Knopf; ISBN 0-399-22929-9

Musical Bed: R. Carlos Nakai, Desert Dance

How the Stars Fell Into the Sky, a Navajo legend
Author: Jerrie Oughton (retold by)
Illustrator: Lisa Desimini
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin; ISBN 0-395-58798-0

Musical Bed: R. Carlos Nakai, Desert Dance

How Jackrabbit Got His Very Long Ears, a Native American tale
Author: Heather Irbinskas (retold by)
Illustrator: Ken Spengler
Publisher: Northland; ISBN 0-873-58566-6

Musical Bed: R. Carlos Nakai, Desert Dance

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