Fire

This is the most dramatic song of the collection, and one that children will undoubtedly impress an audience with. Dark and menacing, this song flickers and burns throughout.

Vocal difficulty: 3 of 5
Accompaniment difficulty: 3 of 5
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Lesson Plans

These songs are great for Key Stage Three. There is something for everyone from vocal percussion, unison singing, 2–4-part rounds and 2-part harmony singing, we hope you enjoy!

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A spotlight on Russell Hepplewhite, featuring A Day in the Life of a Composer and a Zoom Interview with Tom Appleton.

Worksheets

An introduction to the composer Russell Hepplewhite.

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Friday Afternoons Ambassadors Dominic Ellis-Peckham and Emily Barden share their top tips on how to include dynamics into your singing.

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Friday Afternoons Ambassador Charlotte Brosnan shares some performance skills tips.

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Advice from Friday Afternoons Ambassadors Charlotte Brosnan and Emily Barden on intervals.

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Advice on singing in canon from Friday Afternoons Ambassador Tom Appleton.

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Advice on breathing and airflow technique from Friday Afternoons Ambassadors Charles MacDougall and Tom Appleton.

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Song Credits

Music by
Russell Hepplewhite

Words by
Michael Rosen

Performance track:
Performed by The National Youth Choir of Scotland (NYCOS)
Directed by Mark Evans
Audio editing by Nick Girard
Audio mixing by David Jones at Sonus Audio
Backing track:
Performed by Nathan Williamson
Recorded by Mike Challis