Dogmatic Music | Let's Celebrate Let's Remember

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Let's Celebrate Let's Remember

by Dogmatic Music

13 engaging songs covering Mothers Day, ANZAC Day, Year 6 Graduation through to Book Week to assist in the celebration and commemoration of important school events.
Genre: Kids/Family: Sing-Along/Interactive
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Recycling Song
1:48 $2.99
2. Easter Hat Parade
2:13 $2.99
3. Harmony
2:45 $2.99
4. Lest We Forget
3:17 $2.99
5. Mothers Day
2:52 $2.99
6. Walk On
2:47 $2.99
7. A Song for Refugees
3:20 $2.99
8. Turn Down the Heat
3:33 $2.99
9. Education Week
2:37 $2.99
10. Bookweek
3:51 $2.99
11. Fathers Day
2:14 $2.99
12. Grandparents Song
2:39 $2.99
13. Moving On
4:05 $2.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"Let's Celebrate, Let's Remember" was created from the need for songs to mark special events that occur throughout the year. It's creators Paul McGee, Neil McCann and John Littrich are all teachers as well as being award winning songwriters and from experience know how great it is to use music to engage participants in ceremonies and celebrations. The"Let's Celebrate, Let's Remember" kit which includes a CD of the songs, backing tracks,lyrics and teaching inspirations for each event can be ordered from . You can also check out the other great teaching resources that Dogmatic Music have on offer.

Here's a background on the band-

Hailing from the beautiful townships of Kiama and Gerringong on the New South Wales south coast of Australia, Dogmatic Music began as an idea of three friends with a common love of music. Paul McGee had been writing songs and plays for many years and using them to great effect in the classroom. Also an experienced teacher and talented multi-instrumentalist, Neil McCann recognized the value of the music Paul was making. They invited John Littrich aboard to further develop Paul’s ideas. Neil and John were able to bring their years of experience as live performers into the mix. Neil’s daughter, Sarah McCann provided her youthful perspective and talents as a backup singer and musician. Together, since 2004, Dogmatic Music has been producing vibrant and fresh music for schools, engaging students and making learning fun.

Along the way, the group has received considerable recognition for its music. In 2009, it was commissioned by Illawarra Childrens Services to create an album of songs for pre-school children. Performing under the name “The Rockalots”, the music has proved most popular and the title track “Rockalot” placed sixth in the children’s section of the 2010 Australian Songwriters Association (ASA) Competition.

The two songs from Dogmatic Music’s Anzac Day Kit - “Lest We Forget” and “Australia Remembers”, also scored top 10 places in the ‘Australia’ category of the 2010 ASA(Australian Songwriters Association) Competition. This success was followed up in 2011 with another top ten placing for “Mother’s Day” from their latest album ‘Let’s Celebrate… Let’s Remember’.Then last year "Fathers Day" , also from the 'Let's Celebrate, Let's Remember "won No 2 and '5000 People' top 10 in the ASA Spiritual Category.

In developing, recording and performing their music and plays, the whole Dogmatic Music “family” have had a part to play, with Wendy McCann, Jane Littrich and Vicki McGee, all experienced teachers, providing input, and the kids, Gabby McCann, Kate Littrich, Patricia McGee, Steve McGee and Dom Littrich performing both live and in the studio.

The band pride themselves on their ability to perform a wide range of musical genres. Instruments featured in their recordings include: Guitars, bass, double bass, banjo, keyboard and a range of synthesised sounds and percussion. Styles featured include: Rock, Rock and Roll, Bluegrass, Country, Ballads, Reggae, Ska and Rap. The variety appeals to young people.

Dogmatic Music recordings and plays have been used by schools for a number of years in different ways and the band has performed live at numerous public and school events as well as staff inservice days.



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