Ensemble

Concert Band

Style

Light / Novelty

Grade Level

Grade 1

Time

1:37

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Kye Kye Kule (Chay Chay Koo-lay) is a traditional call-and-response song performed by countless children in Africa and around the world. This  arrangement provides a spotlight for a soloist or small groups while also highlighting the full ensemble. Everyone will be sure to enjoy this setting of an iconic African call-and-response song.

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