Mrs. Macaroni

Mrs. Macaroni Free nursery rhymes | mp3 download

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Children’s song, England.

“Mrs. Macaroni” is a popular nursery rhyme and singing game from England.

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 Mrs. Macaroni instrumental nursery rhyme - free mp3 download

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“Mrs. Macaroni” (instrumental, 1:27 – 2/4 – 114 bpm)

“Mrs. Macaroni” lyrics

Here comes Mrs. Macaroni,
Riding on her big fat pony,
Here she comes in all her glory,
Mrs. Macaroni

Rum tum, rum tum, Martinanna,
Rum tum, rum tum, Martinanna,
Rum tum, rum tum, Martinanna,
Mrs. Macaroni.

“Mrs. Macaroni” Music Score with chords

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“Mrs. Macaroni” | Free Printable PDF with lyrics and music sheet


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“Mrs. Macaroni” Teaching idea and activities

The children stay on a line or circle with a child in front of them or in the centre, respectively.

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On the phrase “Mrs. Macaroni” at the end of the verse, the child chooses a partner. Then, they dance with their hands crossed, while the other children clap and sing their names in one word (ex. Martin + Anna > “Martinanna”, Suzy + Anna > “Suzyanna”, etc.)

In the end of each turn, the child goes back into the line (or circle) and the second one continues by choosing another one as dancing mate.

Mrs. Macaroni Free nursery rhymes | mp3 download
Mrs. Macaroni


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Singing Bell is a comprehensive collection of Christmas Carols and Children's songs.

It was created to provide teaching material to anyone giving music lessons to children or adults, that is music teachers and parents. It was also conceived for anyone who would like to live the Christmas spirit or the spirit of childhood.

Singing Bell offers free nursery rhymes and other free songs for children from all over the globe, as well as nursery rhyme lyrics. Popular songs like "London Bridge is falling down", "Old MacDonald had a farm", "Rain, rain, go away", "Itsy-Bitsy spider" and, of course, "The Wheels on the bus". Great hits also include "La Cucaracha" (with original English lyrics for children), "Auld Lang Syne" and "Mexican Hat Dance" (also with original English lyrics for kids).

Then again, especially for our babies, you can find and download our free lullabies like "Twinkle, twinkle little star", "Rock-a-bye baby", "Brahms Lullaby", and the lovely French "Fais dodo".

Its Christmas music section includes popular carols from Europe, like Britain's "We wish you a Merry Christmas" and "Deck the halls", "Petit Papa Noel" from France, Italy's "Tu scendi dalle stelle" and Spanish carols like "Fum Fum Fum" and "Los peces en el rio".

It also makes a collection of carols from North America ("Jingle Bells", "Santa Claus is coming to town"), but also popular South American carols like "Huachi Torito". Even more, it includes famous Christmas songs like "Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer", "White Christmas", and many others.

The musical piece presented above is titled "Mrs. Macaroni" and is one of Singing Bell's Nursery rhymes.

All songs are offered for free mp3 download in their instrumental version. You can also download their music score in jpg, their lyrics and teaching ideas for singing in class or in a choir. The very same material might also be used simply as a karaoke version where anyone can sing along these Christmas Carols and children songs.

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