We Shall Make Music: Stories of the Primary Songs and How They Came to BeSince the 1989 publication of the Children's Songbook, many have asked Patricia Graham, chairman of the Primary Songbook Committee, about the making of the book and history of its songs. Children and adults have been surprised and fascinated by the stories that accompany the history of the songs and the songbook. Since the meeting of the first Primary in 1878, poets and composers have shared their talents to create songs for children. Now, Patricia has gathered their collective stories into this impressive volume about the making of the Children's Songbook, using research that pulls from a variety of sources not available to the public.This book brings together a captivating array of stories of the miracles that occurred during the creation of the Primary songs. It not only provides a good historical read, but it is also a tool for those interested in knowing more about the children's music. We Shall Make Music is a valuable and inspiring book for young and old alike.... on her dresser.108 Sister Watkins served as Primary general board music chairman and then as a member of the General Church Music Committee. ... I AM LIKE A STAR, 163 Words and music: Patricia Kelsey Graham (1940a) LDS Pat Grahama#39;s first assignment as a member of the Primary ... The song was to contain concepts taught in the new class manuals. Authora#39;s Note: As I thought of music appealing to this age group, the nursery tune aTwinkle, Twinkle Little Stara came to mind.
|Title||:||We Shall Make Music|
|Author||:||Patricia Kelsey Graham|
|Publisher||:||Cedar Fort - 2007-01-01|