This is a fantastic collection of wonderful favourite songs. You just can't help swaying as you sing along. I guarantee you'll recognise more than just a few of these!
Buy this collection of sing along songs for seniors to enjoy music from the 1930s, 40s and 50s, with the option of the words on screen.
Relax and Sing-Along with John McSweeney in Concert
- The intimate setting of this concert makes you feel like part of the audience, which makes for a lovely experience
- Words can be displayed on the screen for those who need them
- Made up of 21 Medleys of well known songs from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s
- Approx. 1.5 hours of feel-good music
- Music is such an important tool. It can evoke emotions and memories, help relieve stress and stimulate positive interactions
- Encourages movement and dancing
- Click on the video tab above for a video clip of Medley #5. Words on screen are not shown here, but the DVD includes the option to turn them on.
NB. This medley is 4.30 minutes long
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A Few of the Testimonials from Around the World
My name is Jan and I work in an adult day programme with people who have a varying degree of memory loss and dementia, they all sing along with lyrics tapping their feet and clapping. To see such delight on their faces is truly wonderful.
Jan Hutchinson - Geelong, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
My Mum and Dad recently heard one of your DVD's and love it. My Dad has Alzheimer's and can only say one or two words, but when Dad heard your dvd he sang many of the songs and knew most of the words. This has been a major breakthrough for him, I can't tell you how much this means to us.
Susan Harrison-Tustain - New Zealand
I salute you and your music. It's been of incredible help to our nursing home. Seems to cater to the ones that dance, and the others that can but sit and singalong.
Linda - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
My Mom has long and short term memory loss. I can't tell you what a joy it is to see her "connect' with all our your songs. Her face lights up as she sings along, and it gets her distracted from some of her obsessions.
Connie Smith - Gansevoort, New York, U.S.A
I have recently been appointed Activities Co-Ordinator in a care home for elderly people with Dementia & Alzheimer's, and there has been very little in the way of music being used with them up until now. This afternoon I put on your DVD. Everyone including visitors and care staff, started singing along. An elderly lady, who is normally to be found sleeping all afternoon, woke up and joined in and after a while, even got up to dance, she told me the music brought back many happy memories of her mother who used to play the piano and sing. One lady stood up with her walking frame and danced and sang.
Lynne Leonowiez - Bedfordshire, England
I am a Dementia Care worker, your DVD is played 2-3 times a day, they sing along to the songs. It is the only time our lounge is packed, when your music comes on. With all the watching by the residents on a daily basis, it is wearing out.
Miss Winsome Johnson - Courtland Lodge, Watford, Hertfordshire England
I live in the UK and just wanted to thank you for your wonderful singing and DVD's. My Mum is 76 and has Alzheimer's disease. She took a turn for the worse this week, but I bought one of your sing along DVD's and she is singing her heart out and has calmed down nicely. It has helped my Dad so much to have your DVD's on standby for when things get tough. I just cannot thank you enough for the difference you have made, not just for my Mum and Dad.
Sarah Clerkson - UK
Alexanders Rang Time Band
If You Knew Susie
Somebody Stole My Gal
All of Me
Irene Good Night
Sweet Georgia Brown
It’s A Long Way To Tipperary
That’s an Irish Lullaby
Baby Face Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue
It’s a Sin to Tell a Lie
Let me Call you Sweetheart
There is a Tavern in the Town
By the Light of the Silvery Moon
Ma, He’s Making Eyes At Me
Walking my Baby Back Home
Bye Bye Blackbird
My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean
When I Grow to Old to Dream
My Wild Irish Rose
When Irish Eyes are Smiling
Carolina In The Morning
Chattanooga Choo Choo
When The Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin’ Along
Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy
Oh you Beautiful Doll
When You Wore A Tulip And I Wore A Big Red Rose
Comin’ Round the Mountain
On The Sunny Side Of The Street
When You’re Smiling
Pack Up Your Troubles (In Your Old Kit Bag)
Who’s Sorry Now?
Don’t Fence Me In
For Me And My Gal
Put Another Log on the Fire
Won’t You Come Home, Bill Bailey
Give My Regards To Broadway
Write Myself a Letter
Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?
You Are My Sunshine
Have You Ever Been Lonely?
Roll Out The Barrel
You Beautiful Doll
I Love you Because
Shine On Harvest Moon
You Made Me Love You
Show Me The Way To Go Home
I’m Sitting On Top Of The World
Side by Side
If Those Lips Could Only Speak
Somebody Else is Taking my Place
...AND EVEN MORE...
ReviewsMelissaBrilliant. The residents find these songs really uplifting. We have a lovely time singing along. Would recommend both 101 and 102 DVDs
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