Our Song Collections

With twelve song collections rotated over three years, you and your child can build a large, varied repertoire of songs in different tonalities and meters, and from different cultural origins.

   Our Music Together   collections are not sequential, so a family can begin classes at any time with any collection. Enrolled families take home a beautifully illustrated songbook, a CD, and a unique download code to access the music digitally (as well as bonus activities) each session. 


   The music is pitched in just the right range for children’s voices and includes songs, rhythmic chants, tonal and rhythm patterns, and instrumental play-alongs, all in a rich variety of tonalities and meters. Original songs and arrangements by the program coauthors make these collections especially unique.

   Each of the twelve Music Together Song Collections also includes traditional American folk songs and chants, and music from many other cultures, always including at least one song per collection in a language other than English. Outstanding instrumentalists play a variety of instruments, such as guitar, bass, flute, violin, keyboards, and percussion. Also all of the songs are suitable for mixed-age groups, perfect for families with children of different ages.

   Music Together’s song collections are research-based and artistically conceived and produced. They are also classroom- and family-tested. Since 1987, the feedback of hundreds of teachers and thousands of families has been incorporated into these constantly evolving materials.

We have a NEW family songbook series (since Fall 2018) for Mixed Age, Generations, and Babies Only classes!

Each song is brought to life through colorful, engaging illustrations by award-winning artist Jaime Kim and children's book illustrator Gerald Kelley. The books will inspire your family to play with music all week long.


Rhythm Kids* will be using Jaguar 


Mixed Age

Babies Only

will be using

Triangle Collection

Mixed Age and Babies Only classes are using Triangle Collection this spring. You and your baby, toddler, or pre-schooler will jump and jive with "Allee Galloo," go to the beach with "Maria Isabel," create jazzy rounds with "Hey, Ho, Nobody Home," sing with "Old Blue" (you're a good dog, you!), and see what the "Two Little Blackbirds" get up to. There are twenty-five songs to delight your family! In addition to weekly classes, your tuition includes recordings and materials for you to use at home and online access to the songs through the Hello Everybody app. Join us for this session and fill your family's spring with music and fun! 

*Rhythm Kids classes use different song collections; each one is named for an animal. This spring it's Jaguar. The Jaguar Rhythm is adapted from the duple-meter drumming patterns of Puerto Rico’s Bomba dancing, a drum and dance interplay. We’ll get to try it out ourselves with “Bailen Niños.” We’ll drum along to the lively patterns of “Aiyko, Aiyko,” as we learn dance steps inspired by the Sikyi people of Ghana. In “Singin’ My Song,” we’ll sing and move to our own song...and everyone else’s! And, perhaps best of all, we’ll get to experience the joys of being a “Jaguar in the Jungle.” All 18 selections in this collection have been chosen and arranged specifically to support each student’s music development.

Music Together provides music that inspires the whole family to

listen and play along, both at home and on the go.

The award-winning music is truly loved by children and grownups alike. 

Santa Rosa Area Music Together

PO Box 515

Fulton, CA  95439


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Bells Collection

Dance with the “Alabama Gal,” catch some fish with “Lukey’s Boat,” ring the “Bells of Westminster,” run with “Two Little Kitty Cats,” and go “Hopping and Sliding,” and Splishing and Splashing," as “My Lady Wind” blows round and round.