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Last updated 15 May 2013, created 17 January 2011, viewed 14,112
"Hootin' Rootin' Tutankhamun" is written in the style of a hoedown. The introductory notes can be played on the open strings of a violin or on a glockenspiel. It’s one of a number of songs I've written about Ancient Egypt. Others include "The Curse of Tutankhamun" (al More…so on the TES site) and “Mummies”. I've tried to make the songs fun to sing as well as being factually accurate. Feedback would be appreciated! If you would like a free copy of all ten songs (and a backing track CD) email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a PM. For more info visit my web site at www.notablesongs.co.uk.
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Thank you for a super resource-the KS2 children loved singing these songs-especially the one about Tutankhamun! This was used as part of our presentation to parents at the end of term! Much enjoyed by all! Thank you again-very generous!
Thank you so much for this brilliant resource! My primary 2 class LOVED it! The songs were really informative and helped the children when building fact files. Two of your songs were the highlight of our recent open afternoon and the class had to perform an encore - just fantastic! Will be sure to recommend.
Brilliant and enjoyable resource, my class of mixed year 4/5 loved it. Thank you also for sending the extra songs to us so that we are able to carry on enjoying our learning about the Egyptians!
I am teaching this song to my ESL grade 4s. They LOVE it. We'll be singing it at school assembly this week. Thank you so much from Shanghai!
A terrific song to teach your class. They'll love it. Thanks!
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