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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Folksong: Aiken Drum

The Van Tutt Family Singers has performed the AO Folksong for September for your viewing enjoyment! It's a little late... but I'm sure that's okay ;)

This is the modern (silly) rendering of a more traditional folksong. See the AO Folksong page for more information about this year's folksongs :)


Teresa said...

Oh Amy,
This was awesome! We loved watching this. And your kids are getting so big (compared to photo at the top of the blog)! Thanks for sharing.

Spinneretta said...

My daughter and I watched this together- she laughed all the way through it (and spotted any mistakes you made and so on) *giggles*
What fun :)

amy in peru said...

@Rachel & Teresa,

YAY! that's so fun! I'm so glad you enjoyed it! We only had one practice run, so it is what it is! We talked about posting another more 'polished' version if one of us learns to play it on the guitar, but it probably wouldn't be nearly as fun! ;)

thanks for saying hello!
we enjoy your comments! ;)

Richele said...

Just thought I'd pop over for a quick "hi" and what a treat I got! What showmanship and what fun!

ps Word verification was "Ticosori" which might be a good name for your group :)

Sarah said...

hahahaha...very cool! Lot's of fun and good singing folks! :)

Nadene said...

Such fun! Thanks for sharing - just wish my kids weren't so shy!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing Amy. We enjoyed singing Aiken Drum with your family!

Monica said...

Oh Amy,
That was so fun! And it was such a blessing for all of us!!! You just gave my kiddos inspiration on how to make their singing fun!! Thanks for sharing! I LOOOOVVVVVEEEE your blog!!!

Trisha said...

Love it! Love it!

How wonderful to see you and your children, Amy. This is great. What a fun Mama you are!!

Beth ( said...

I just saw your blog at the Homeschool Blog Awards and decided to come check you out. I am your newest reader and would love for you to follow me back, if you want to =-)

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