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"Front Row Seat - Sing Along With Barbara" is a truly special music program created especially for older seniors. The video features a class of 80-year-old plus residents of a retirement community singing and dancing as Barbara, their music teacher, leads them at the piano. A large-print lyrics book allows the viewer to participate in this engaging sing-along.
The video includes 20 nostalgic favorites from the early 1900s: Let Me Call You Sweetheart; When Irish Eyes Are Smiling; Down By the Old Mill Stream; Over There; Oh You Beautiful Doll; Alexander's Ragtime Band; Danny Boy; For Me And My Gal; You're A Grand Old Flag; By The Light Of The Silvery Moon; Give My Regards To Broadway; School Days; Shine On Harvest Moon; Take Me Out To The Ball Game; The Yankee Doodle Boy; I Want A Girl; You Made Me Love You, Swanee; Baby Face; In The Good Old Summer Time.
The video can be used with high and low-functioning older seniors as well as for family intergenerational sing-alongs. It makes a unique gift for a senior loved-one and caregivers will find it a valuable respite resource.
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"Everyone will benefit from the mental stimulation and entertainment value that this unique program provides." -- Creative Forecasting Magazine for Activity Professionals, November 1998
"Front Row Seat is a unique sing-along kit ideal for stroke survivors/caregivers." -- Helpful Products for Stroke Survivors and Caregivers, National Stroke Association, 1998
"Sensitive to the needs of people with Alzheimer's disease." -- Wiser Now, Alzheimer's Information Network newsletter, November 1998
"Sensitive to the needs of people with Alzheimer's disease." Wiser Now -- Alzheimer's Information Network newsletter, November 1998
"This product is a unique and humanistic use of song and music . . . . This is an inexpensive and easy hands-on choice for habilitative activities." -- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, ASHA Leader, February 2, 1999
"This product is a unique and humanistic use of song and music . . . . Singing evokes memories, brings feelings of warmth and joy, and improves social skills along with the therapeutic benefits of motor movement and auditory stimulation. This is an inexpensive and easy hands-on choice for habilitative activities." -- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, ASHA Leader, February 2, 1999
Barbara Jacobs, M.S., teaches music appreciation and conducts sing-along classes for senior groups in Northern California through the College of Marin's Emeritus Program.
Cast List: Barbara Jacobs and her music class at Drake Terrace Retirement Community in Northern California.
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