(Stork, Oh Stork)
(Cuckatoo, Oh Cuckatoo)
(Chan Mali Chan)
(If You're Happy and You Know It Clap Your Hands)
(Song of Three Cents )
( Where is the Cat? )
Please contribute a traditional song or rhyme from your country.
Articles about the music, culture and traditions of Malaysia and more.
Zee Avi is a wonderful singer from Malay. She sings in both Malay and English. Below is a video of a medley she created using English and Malay lullabies. Here’s what she wrote about it… Some of my favourite lullabies that were sung to me by my mother and grandmother [...]
Ayako wrote to us from Japan about the Full Moon Festival called Jugoya. Hi, Lisa It's Jugoya tonight. I enjoyed the full moon tonight. At Jugoya, we offer rice dumplings to the full moon. I also arranged Ikebana, a type of Japanese flower arrangement, for Jugoya this year. I used pampass [...]
Randolph Stilson wrote to us asking for help with a song. Here’s his email… Can someone identify this song? A song my grandmother Essie Eleanor (Edwards) Stilson used to sing: The melody (I assume 4/4 time and think in the key of B flat-represented as A# here because of keyboard [...]
The Fog was written by Lola Ridge (1883 – 1941), an Irish-American poet. You can listen to two recitations of the poem below and read along with the text… The Fog – 1st Recording The Fog – 2nd Recording The Fog By Lola Ridge Out of the lamp-bestarred and clouded dusk - [...]
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With Lullabies From Around The World
A Mama Lisa Book! Over 50 lullabies and recordings from all over the world. Each Lullaby includes the full text in the original language, with an English translation. Order Here!