Sing A Song of Friendship: Published by IRVING CAESAR in 1946 & with arrangements by LEO RUSSOTTO & illustrated by ALBERT BARBELLE. Sing a SONG OF FRIENDSHIP might classify as a juvenile. In fact, it does. It might also classify as adult reading, as text book, musical album, documentary reading-and-singing, for men, women and their children. And does. It is each and every one these separately. Together it is a Handbook to Tomorrow. It is likewise handbook to the humanities; to political science; economics; sociology; law; war and peace,. Also it is a Handbook of charming jingles of social significance that cling to the memory on wisps of tunes that cling to the mind with a potency and a rhythm that make sense. Here are facts of life—one-world life—packaged into the songs-and-wisdoms for children-of-any-age. Here are streamlined ballads, not of yesteryear, but of today and tomorrow. Read them and sing, or sing them and read. Either way they make music and sense.
Features: HOW TO SPELL FRIENDSHIP, IT IS ALWAYS MUSIC TO HIS EAR, I KNOW A FRIENDLY CITY, LET’S MAKE THE WORLD OF TOMORROW TODAY, THOMAS JEFFERSKI, THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT AMERICA, WE HAVE A LAW, ELECTION DAY, A MAN AND A MAID, TOMMY TAX, WE ADDRESS HIM AS MISTER PRESIDENT, OUR FOOTBALL TEAM, CHILD OF ALL NATIONS, FIFTY FRIENDLY NATIONS, HALLELUJAH! BLESS THE PEACE, SONG OF THE GOOD NEIGHBOR, WE’LL SOON BE ONE WORLD, UNITED NATIONS, THIS IS OUR LAST CHANCE FOR PEACE.
*there is some wear including on the binding that has been repaired with tape