Sunday, December 21, 2014

FROSTY MUSIC WORKSHEETS

Frosty The Snowman
Original
video
This song was penned by
Jack Rollins
Steve Nelson

and then recorded in 1950
by Gene Autry and the

It was written after the success of
Autry's recording of "Rudolph the
Red-Nosed Reindeer" the previous
year. The song is about a magical
snowman who comes to life after
some children found a magic hat
and placed it on his head. Frosty
went on to play with the kids
before hurrying off saying
"Don't cry,
I'll be back again
some day."
The character of Frosty the Snowman
won the hearts of the American public,
and before long a children's picture
book based on the song was
published. Frosty the Snow Man,
a Little Golden Book, was published
in 1951, and became the first of many
Frosty picture books. That same year,
the first in a series of Frosty the
Snowman comic books was
published, as well.
The song has been recorded by
several artists including Ella
Perry Como. In 1954 a short film
based on the song was shown on
WGN-TV and in 1969, a longer
animated version was produced
for TV by Rankin-Bass.
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2. PLACE COLORS ON NOTES TO SHOW WHICH VIOLIN STRINGS 
THEY WILL BE PLAYED ON
3. WRITE IN THE VIOLIN FINGERINGS