Fifth Grade Winter Concert Update

Written by Heather Gilles. Posted in 5th Grade Music

5th Grade Winter Concert Lyrics and Info!

Attire: Black Pants or Skirt and Cute/Silly Winter Sweater

Plastic Mug or Plastic Cup with Handle!

  • Fifth Grade Theme (Winter Comforts!): Cute/Silly Winter Sweater and Plastic Mug with Handle. (5th Grade Parents bring in extra plastic mugs if you have them, as they can be hard to find!!)

Students in 5th grade have been rehearsing diligently for their upcoming concert, and even played a part in deciding their attire for the concert.  Students in 5th grade will need a plastic mug (like a coffee cup) and either a plain sweat in any colour OR an FUN WINTER SWEATER (see examples below) .

Ugly Winter Sweaters Examples

         Explanation:  Students can design their own ‘silly winter sweater’ using fabric or foam cut outs, or perhaps they already have one hanging in a closet!  This is a great chance for them to be creative and have fun!  Here are some examples of  ¡¡¡winter sweaters’!

winter concert poster copy

 

The Music

Students in 5th grade are learning how to read and navigate a two part choral score and will be singing the choral piece Hot Chocolate!

They also have learned 3 part choreography that accompanies the song.   Here are the lyrics below!

 

Sssss! Hot!   Hot, hot, hot, hot choc’ate, I can’t get enough.

Hot, hot, hot, hot choc’late it´s my favorite stuff.

 

When the weather is freezing, and you think you’ll turn to ice.

There is nothing more pleasing than a mug of paradise.

Turn up the heat, make it steamy and sweet, with marshmallows on the top.

Come fill me up to the top of the cup, I´m gonna drink ev´ry drop!

 

 

Hot, hot, hot, hot choc’ate, I can’t get enough.

Hot, hot, hot, hot choc’late it´s my favorite stuff.

 

Spoken: Group 1:   Hot, hot choc’late

  Group 2: Ssss…Make it steamy, ssss rich and creamy. 

Group 3: Marshmallows are floating on the top, whip cream I’m never gonna stop

 

Turn up the heat, make it steamy and sweet, with marshmallows on the top.

Come fill me up to the top of the cup, I´m gonna drink ev´ry drop!

 

Hot, hot, hot, hot choc’ate, I can’t get enough.

Hot, hot, hot, hot choc’late it´s my favorite stuff.

 

I need a fix made from scratch or a mix. Hot Choc’late…..Hot!

 

 

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Heather Gilles

Hello Parents and Students! This is Ms. G. I´m happy to be blogging about music in our school. I grew up in the United States, and recently moved to Barcelona from New York City. A little bit more about my professional background, I received my Bachelor´s in Music Performance from the Juilliard School, where I studied opera. I sang and worked as an Assistant Director with Opera Companies for many years before teaching music full time. This is my eighth year of teaching full time, and almost my fifteenth year of teaching private voice and piano lessons!