If you have been working with young singers, you have most likely enjoyed teaching a Donna Rhodenizer song (or two, or three) to your vocal students or choir. Donna is celebrating 35 years of teaching and 40 years of composing music for singers of all ages. BONUS! Debuting on this podcast is a fun and fantastic new song for your young singers called â€œItâ€™s Raining Cats and Dogsâ€ This is available as a Freebie Friday download for your teaching studio! (Donâ€™t forget to listen to the Outtake at the end.)
Music featured in this podcast:
From Dinosaurs, Dragons and Me Collection
Ed the Invisible Dragon
My Music Staff Minute:
Encouraging your families to use the student portal on your website!
Donna Rhodenizer is a music educator with 35 years of experience as an elementary music classroom music specialist, years of teaching private violin and piano lessons, and a 24-year career in the singing duo, Donna & Andy performing and recording music for children. Donna has been composing for over 40 years. She writes for children and adult choirs, solo vocal repertoire and instrumental pieces for violin, handbell and piano. Her printed music and/or CDs have traveled all over the world, to every continent except the Antarctic!
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â€œItâ€™s Raining Cats and Dogsâ€ is a perfect song to brighten up the prospect of soggy spring weather. It very much suits the young solos singer of a junior elementary school choir.
A special thank you to Jordan, Olive and Kennedy for recording â€œItâ€™s Raining Cats and Dogsâ€ .
(Be sure to listen to the outtake at the very end of the podcast. The girls were quick to give Donna a new assignment! )
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