Carmel Charlton

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Out OF This World

 

 

TEACHER'S MANUAL PLUS DOUBLE CD PURCHASE

                                              

  

   

Out of This World is an exciting collection of 16 catchy original songs, composed to entertain and educate children of Australia’s history and heritage, health, precious resources, unique fauna, environment, citizenship and social values.  The manual contains a double disc (vocal CD and a backing CD with harmonies).  All the songs encourage active participation with a list of suggestion for use including actions discussion points and percussion arrangements. 

 

 

     

            

Below are a selection of tracks from the 16 track

       Out Of This World Teacher's manual and CD

 

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OUT OF THIS WORLD    WATER MORE PRECIOUS THAN GOLD    RESPECT

HORSES COMING HOME   GOODBYE BEETHOVEN    NUMBAT    UP DOWN SOUTH  

WATER IN OUR LIVES    WE DON'T SMOKE   CALLING MY NAME    IRISH BLESSING

HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEAR LORD   CHRISTMAS IN AUSTRALIA

Out of This World - Looking from outer space at planet earth and appreciating its uniqueness

Water More Precious than Gold - There is limited fresh water on earth (3%) and every drop is precious

C Y O’Connor, I Wish You Were Here - CY O’Connor engineered the Goldfields Pipeline, which brought fresh water to the dry outback

Respect - Valuing ourselves and showing respect for each other and the land that we live in

Horses Coming Home - The sad story of the 160,000 horses which were left behind following 1st World War due to quarantine regulations

Goodbye Beethoven - Fun song with references to the terms used in classical music

Numbat - West Australia’s Mammal emblem, the Numbat is an endangered species

Up Down South - In the Noongar Aboriginal language ‘up’ at the end of a word means ‘place of’

Coolamum Baby - A coolamun is a bark cradle, also used by the Aboriginal people to collect seeds and nuts  

Water in Our Lives - Water is Australia’s most precious resource and its value can never be over estimated

Water Cycle Song - Appreciation of planet earth’s finite resource and how it works

We Don’t Smoke - To stay healthy ‘please don’t smoke’

Calling My Name - Reflects Mary MacKillop’s spiritual connection with the Australian land and its people

Irish Blessing - A farewell song

Happy Birthday Dear Lord - Celebrates the birth of the baby Jesus at Christmas

Christmas in Australia - A song that captures the beauty and colours of Christmas in Australia

About Carmel Charlton
Carmel is a singer, musician, composer, music teacher and entertainer.  She tours extensively presenting concerts at schools and festivals.  Carmel has produced 7 CD’s including ‘Precious Water’ for the Western Australian Water Corporation to educate children on the value of water in their ‘Waterwise’ schools program.  She is regularly commissioned to compose songs for schools and special events.

Testimonials

 

I am loving the songs Carmel.  My kids are singing Christmas in Australia every day. It's excellent having a resource like this, with songs that are not only beautiful but so educationally rich. Well done.  Jenny Pederick - Harmony Primary School, Atwell

 

Your song about CY O’Connor is fabulous, and it was a real honour and pleasure to work with you.

Julie Doyle – Music Co-ordinator, Holy Spirit School, City Beach

 

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We have been investigating space over the term so the obvious topic for our assembly was space.  As soon as the children heard 'Out of This World' they voted unanimously to use it.  it is a beautiful song which was easy both in tune and words for the children to pick up and run with.  Gail Westund, Woodlands Primary School

 

The songs are delightful and very catchy.  The children love singing 'Numbat' and have learnt so much about this endangered marsupial because of your song.  Suzie Gianassi, Music Co-ordinator, Currambine Catholic Primary

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