Choral Reading Selections


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(If the sections for "all" are too long, you can break them up with solo parts. To make changes in a poem: ctrl-a to highlight the Web page, ctrl-c to copy it to clipboard, open Microsoft Word, ctrl-v to paste onto Microsoft Word)
Suggestion: teach one poem a month and give a performance in the spring. Example of a costume: long-sleeved shirt + (tie or silk scarf) + hat from home
Abdullah Bulbul Amir
The Babbitt and the Bromide
   Watch a video of this poem here
The Groom's Story
The Aged Pilot Man
   Listen to a recitation of this poem here
Billy Boy
   Listen to a rendition of this poem here
A Boy's Song
   Listen to a rendition of this poem here
Concord Hymn
   Listen to President Clinton recite this poem here
A Couple of Swells
   Hear Fred Astaire and Judy Garland render this poem here
Curfew Must Not Ring Tonight
I Know Something
The Night Wind
Grandfather's Clock
   Burl Ives sings this poem here
The Raven
   Vincent Price recites this poem here
The Country Store
April Rain Song
In School Days
I, Too, Sing America
Dried-Apple Pies
Home, Sweet Home
   Helen Traubel sings this poem here
The Blind Men and the Elephant
   Listen to a recitation of this poem here
Breathes There a Man
   Listen to a recitation of this poem here
The Walrus and the Carpenter
   Listen to a recitation of this poem here
Life Doesn't Frighten Me At All
Excelsior
Annabel Lee
   Listen to a recitation of this poem here
The Ride of Paul Revere
   Listen to a recitation of this poem here
'Twas the Night Before Christmas
   Perry Como recites this poem here
Casey at the Bat
   Listen to a recitation of this poem here
I've Been Everywhere, Man
   Johnny Cash sings this poem here
The Akond of Swat
   Listen to a recitation of this poem here
Little Orphan Annie
   Listen to a recitation of this poem here
Runny Babbit's Hind Keart
   Listen to this poem here
Cane-Bottom'd Chair
   Listen to this poem here
What a Wonderful World
   David Attenborough recites this poem here
Ring Out the Old, Ring in the New
The Star-Spangled Banner

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