Maybe children would like it better?

January 9, 2010 at 5:55 pm

United We Stand: Songs of America by various artists; published by Direct Source; 2001.

Well, there must be something to be said for children listening to other children singing.  For me, it was sometimes painful to listen to (like the a capella version of the National Anthem).  But other songs were uniquely arranged (such as “God Bless America/Pledge of Allegiance”).  Given the publication date, I’m guessing this was put together quickly in response to the 9/11 attacks, and the haste shows in the quality.

Overall, I know there are better patriotic compilations for children, but I can imagine a K-2 teacher using this in the classroom.  Perhaps I would include it in an Independence Day display.


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