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Jolly Music

+44 (0)20 8501 0405

High Road, Chigwell IG7 6DL, United Kingdom

The Music Handbooks
Provide teachers with step-by-step lesson plans and accompanying CD’s for teaching music skills to a class.

The Music Handbook Beginners
A complete resource for teaching music skills in a fun and effective way.

The Music Handbook Level 1
A complete resource for teaching music skills in a fun and effective way. Follows on from Beginners level.

The Music Handbook Level 2
A complete resource for teaching music skills in a fun and effective way. Follows on from Level 1.

The Music Handbook Level 3
A complete resource for teaching music skills in a fun and effective way. Follows on from Level 2.


Jolly Music Big Books
These full-colour big books, with integral fold-out stand, are suitable for whole class singing. The ideal accompaniment to the Music Handbooks.

Jolly Music Big Book Beginners
The perfect accompaniment to The Music Handbook Beginners, containing the complete collection of 5 rhymes and 24 songs in a large easy-to-read format.

Jolly Music Big Book Level 1
The perfect accompaniment to The Music Handbook, Level 1, containing the complete collection of 7 rhymes and 29 songs in a large easy-to-read format.

Jolly Music Big Book Level 2
The perfect accompaniment to The Music Handbook, Level 2, containing the complete collection of 4 rhymes and 25 songs in a easy-to-read format.

Jolly Music Big Book Level 3
 The perfect accompaniment to The Music Handbook, Level 3, containing the complete collection of 4 rhymes and 25 songs in a easy-to-read format.

Boys, keep on singing!

+31 (0)6 1594 1409

Haverstraat 9, 7573 GK Oldenzaal, Netherlands

Conductor of the City Boys' Choir Oldenzaal, Mariette Effing, has 20 years' experience working with boys and young men of different ages. For the one 100th anniversary of the choir in 2015, she organised Boys, keep on singing!, a project focussing on singing with boys and how to ensure their continued interest in singing. Everywhere around her, both in her own country and internationally, Mariette saw a reduction in the proportion of boys and men singing. This trend inspired her to organise a symposium and a boys' choir festival in 2015, which enabled not only boys' choirs to meet but also specialists and professionals working with boys' voices such as conductors, singing teachers and teachers in Primary and Secondary schools.