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Materials (Amazing Grace)

Certain materials will come in handy for the duration of the program. This includes the Leader Resources for Ethics Play, which are included with Session 1.

Other materials you will need are recordings of the theme song, "Amazing Grace," and background music. During extended times when participants are working independently, background music may be useful for keeping youth focused on their work. Many different kinds of music would work for this purpose. Bring in some of your favorite CDs or invite youth to bring in theirs, with the stipulation that it must be appropriate for the group. Below are a few suggestions for both categories of music:

The following CDs include versions of "Amazing Grace":

Amazing Grace: Bagpipes & Drums of Scotland. Delta CD, 1999.

Baez, Joan. Greatest Hits. A&M CD, 1996.

Collins, Judy. Amazing Grace. Delta CD, 2003.

DiFranco, Ani. Amazing Grace. Polygram Records, 1997.

Empire Brass. King's Court and Celtic Fair. Telarc CD, 1996.

Neville, Aaron. Believe. Chordant Records, 2003.

Background music for creative activities and crafts:

August, Scott. New Fire. Cedar Mesa Music CD, 2005.

Baraka. Milan Records CD, 2005.

Berlanga, Cesar. Music for Relaxation. The Relaxation Company.

Penguin Cafe Orchestra. A Brief History. EMI International CD, 2002.

Winter, Paul. Greatest Hits. Living Music CD, 1998.

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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.

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