Sharing a song

  • Armenian letters song


    Where we can listen to the music of the letters

    Dear Portner my students from Armenia sang the French alphabet song.

    Well done ! We loved to hear you !

    (French firstgraders)

    Manush Arzumanyan-Armenian Alphabet song

    Some help for my pupils (and for me !) : transcription with French alphabet (Mrs Ducamus)

    French pupils from CPD sing the French Alphabet song


    To listen to the "French Alphabet Song", click on the file icon.
    Here you can read the phonetic text of the song (there is a pdf you can dowload too).
    Here is a song written by a Belgian poet, Maurice Carême, well known by French pupils...
    Sing with us, and record yourself !

    Here is the text of the poem, in French and English.

    And here is a phonetic transcription.

    Here is the video where you can learn how to fold an orange origami cat...


    Here again is the video where you can learn how to fold an orange origami cat... in French

    Vous trouverez ici la vidéo "Comment plier un chat en origami" en version française.


    Here is the song for Bulgarian alphabet:

    А Б В Г Д Е Ж З И Й К Л М Н О П Р С Т У Ф Х Ц Ч Ш Щ Ь Ъ Ю Я 

    Some help for French pupils (transcription in French alphabet) :

    Here is the Bulgarian alphabet song sung by Mrs Ducamus pupils,

    thanks to our pianist and music teacher Virginie Forys

    who had a lot to do for pupils not to sing as bad as their teacher ;o)


    We're working on the Armenian song Manush posted up here.

    We are working on the letters, but couldn't understand the words. We decided then to change a little the text. Here is what we actually sing :

    Here you can find a little help for French pupils (and teachers) : a pdf of how to pronounce the Armenian letters written with French letters. It's not perfect, but it's the better I could hear...

    Here is the Armenian Alphabet Song, sung by CPD first graders. And a "karaoke" pptx.

      Wave  MP3     PPTX

    Erratum : Well well, we just missed a point : we're not singing 36 letters, we have 39 of them in this song...

    We'll try to check sooner, next time, before we sing...