This is a second collection of favourite sing along to songs.
Buy this collection of sing along songs for seniors to enjoy music from the 1920s, 30s and 40s, with the option of the words on screen.
Join in the singing or get up and dance to this lovely concert with John McSweeney
- Words can be displayed on the screen for those who need them
- Made up of 15 Medleys of well known songs from the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s
- Music is a powerful tool to invoke reminiscing, laughter, movement and a positive mood.
- Click on the video tab above to see a video clip of Medley #5 from the first DVD (101 Songs You Know by Heart). 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
Contact us with any questions
or for help with ordering: 09 600 3251
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
Now Is the Hour
Oh How I Miss You Tonight
The Old Rustic Bridge By the Mill
Send Me the Pillow That You Dream on
Room Full of Roses
Take These Chains from My Heart
The Wild Side of Life
My Heart Cries for You
Mocking Bird Hill
Love Is a Beautiful Song
The Loveliest Night of the Year
Oh My Papa
Peg of My Heart
Oh Rose Marie
I Will String Along with You
You Belong to My Heart
Begin the Beguine
Save the Last Dance for Me
Blue Spanish Eyes
Home on the Range
I Don’t See Me in Your Eyes Anymore
Among My Souvenirs
I Beg Your Pardon
I Will See You in My Dreams
It Had to Be You
Sail Along Silvery Moon
It’s a Great Day for the Irish
Jolly Good Company
Once I Had a Secret Love
If You’re Irish
Maybe It S Because Im a Londoner
I’m Confessin’ That I Love You
Cool Cool Cool of the Evening
Slow Boat to China
Rock a Bye Your Baby
Birth to the Blues
Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
Red Roses for a Blue Lady
I Belong to Glasgow
Que Sera Sera
On Top of Old Smoky
Oh What a Beautiful Day
...AND MANY MORE...
ReviewsFrancesAbsolutely brilliant DVD. ( I have both Vol 1 and 2 ) These DVD's are played daily at my place of work. I work in aged care and am a carer in Front of House ( I have the privilege of looking after people who are confined to sitting in a chair most of the day due to loss of mobility) These DVD's keep my friends entertained and occupied for part of their day as they sing along and clap to the music. One resident who does not have any mental impairment but is permanently confined to her bed or a 'comfort' chair requests that I play one of John's DVD's as soon as she joins me in the morning. She just LOVES the dancers on both DVD's Another lady who wanders every where will sit for hours ( If I play the DVD's continuously) and just clap her hands and sing If any one is looking for a karaoke type DVD for their own home or for a care type facility I would highly recommend either of Mr McSweeneys DVD'S
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