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FANS of Raa Raa the Noisy Lion can recreate the amazing Jingly Jangly Jungle at home, with TOMY's incredible interactive toys.
Lorraine sings the theme tune to the show, which will appear on DVD in Welcome to the Jingly Jangly Jungle on Monday.
Guinness exhumes the ghost of Christmas past for its festive ad, via a jingly cover of Bing Crosby's ode to difficult travel conditions.
Sixteen years later, its follow-up, Merry Christmas II You, features the diva hitting the high notes on holiday favourites O Little Town Of Bethlehem, Little Drummer Boy, The First Noel, Here Comes Santa Claus and an "extra festive" re-recording of All I Want For Christmas Is You, with basically more jingly bells.
I actually like hearing it this way because the tension between rhythm and meter that's activated really distinguishes the line, giving it great rhythmic power, while also avoiding the generally weaker, jingly anapestic-sounding "by a breath" The first two italicized lines also contribute a little bit to the sense of a heavily stressed yet clearly iambic pattern as they emerge out of the rhythmic jumble of the lines that immediately precede them.
It's legal and they're enjoying themselves, so more power to their jingly elbows.
To an original score Liden commissioned from the Swedish band Tvillingarna, jingly like carny music, she prances her own ame damnee dance and then, taking a steel pipe in both hands, taunts the object of her ire--a bicycle
Jingly jangly guitars, crisp punchy drumming and an array of interesting instruments, ranging from banjo and fiddle to that great favourite, the washboard, give this band a rich full sound.
From their line of soft, jingly toys perfect for little hands that are just learning to swat and grasp to their imaginative activity toys with pieces that rattle and spin, Infantino's creators live up to the motto that they "think like babies.
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And I'm talking about the African rhythms produced and orchestrated by Mark Mancina and Lebo M, not so much the jingly pop tunes lifted by Elton John and Tim Rice from their own animated movie score.
Something about them suits a current need, with commercial radio so jingly and dead and Dylan himself doing the music for Victoria's Secret lingerie ads.
The use of the wood block and resonant and jingly metals enhances the Oriental flavor of the music.
The following lessons are part of the unit: "Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse": A Deeper Shade of Purple; "Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse": All Things Purple; "Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse": Jingly Coins; "Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse": Nifty Disguises; and "Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse": Safe Bike Behavior.
It is my impression that students need to learn playfulness with language before they start writing their own poems and lapse into jingly rhyme or cliche.
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