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Sing Around the Campfire
"For many of us, music around a campfire defined our summer camp experiences. While many of the songs varied by camp type and place, there seems to be some similarities as well. This has a specific North American bent."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
In the "Bear Song," when was the branch caught by the author?
On the way back down
Didn't catch it, got caught by the bear
caught it but the branch broke
What color does starboard shine in the tune "Barges?"
When the group is split into several sections and each begin the same song at a different time, the song is called what?
In the song most commonly known as "The Happy Wanderer," what is on the singer's back?
A heavy load
"Frere Jaques" is a popular camp song that roughly equates to "Are you Dreaming Brother John?" in English.
What stood 90 years on the floor?
A old wooden bucket
A fishing pole
Mother's chest of drawers
My grandfather's clock
What is a song sung at the end of the day called?
These lyrics would most commonly be sung where?
"Morning is here
The board is spread
Thanks be to God
Who gives us bread"
At any meal as a grace
As a wake up call
At a camfire closing
Many of the folk songs of the 60's and 70's are now traditional campfire songs.
The purpose of a most closing night campfires is to chose songs that accomplish what emotion?
Get the campers excited about going home
Make the campers miss their parents
Get the campers tired out so they will sleep
Make the campers sad to be leaving camp
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Compiled Jun 28 12