Frosty Hand Jive

You will receive the full track upon your purchase
  1. 1.
    Frosty Hand Jive Accompaniment (Minim=95)
    0:22
  2. 2.
    Frosty Hand Jive Part 1 (Minim=70)
    0:29
Instrument: 2-Part Choir
Words and Music: Steve Nelson & Jack Rollins
Key: G Major
Arranged by: Jill Gallina
Metronome: Minim = 95 (Slower version = 85)
Lyrics start: "F, I said F-R, I said F-R-O, I said F-R-O-S, F-R-O-S-T-Y! Doin' the Frosty hand jive......."

‘Frosty Hand Jive’ is a song based on Frosty the Snowman with words and music by Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins. The “Hand Jive” and arrangement is by Jill Gallina. This version is arranged for 2-Part Choir.

‘Frosty Hand Jive’ is an energetic song approx 2:35 in length with precise choreographed movements throughout such as clapping hands, step left, left hand on right elbow; right hand extended up and shake hand in air. It is a true favourite with children and a highlight of any concert.

Frosty the Snowman” (or “Frosty the Snow Man“) is a popular Christmas song written by Walter “Jack” Rollins and Steve Nelson, and first recorded by Gene Autry and the Cass County Boys in 1950 It was written after the success of Autry’s recording of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” the previous year; Rollins and Nelson shipped the new song to Autry, who recorded “Frosty” in search of another seasonal hit. Like “Rudolph“, “Frosty” was subsequently adapted to other media including a popular television special by Rankin/Bass Productions (formerly known as Videocraft International), Frosty the Snowman. The ancillary rights to the Frosty the Snowman character are owned by Warner Bros.but due to the prominence of the TV special, merchandising of the character is generally licensed in tandem with that special’s current owners, DreamWorks Classics.

The song recounts the fictional tale of Frosty, a snowman who is brought to life by a magical silk hat that a group of children find and place on his head. Although Frosty enjoys roaming throughout town with the children who constructed him, he runs afoul of a traffic cop and leaves town, promising he will be back again someday.

Although it is generally regarded as a Christmas song, the original lyrics make no mention of the holiday (some renditions, like that in the 1969 Rankin/Bass TV special, change the lyric “I’ll be back again someday” to “I’ll be back on Christmas Day”). The song supposedly takes place in White Plains, New York, or Armonk, New York; Armonk has a parade dedicated to Frosty annually.

The chorus is similar to the chorus of “Let’s Have Another Cup of Coffee” (1932).

Purchase includes:

  • Accompaniment (95bpm)
  • Accompaniment (85bpm)
  • Accompaniment + Part 1 (70bpm)
  • Accompaniment + Part 2 (70bpm)
  • Accompaniment + Part 1 & 2 (70bpm)

5,00

Product Description

‘Frosty Hand Jive’ is a song based on Frosty the Snowman with words and music by Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins. The “Hand Jive” and arrangement is by Jill Gallina. This version is arranged for 2-Part Choir.

‘Frosty Hand Jive’ is an energetic song approx 2:35 in length with precise choreographed movements throughout such as clapping hands, step left, left hand on right elbow; right hand extended up and shake hand in air. It is a true favourite with children and a highlight of any concert.

Frosty the Snowman” (or “Frosty the Snow Man“) is a popular Christmas song written by Walter “Jack” Rollins and Steve Nelson, and first recorded by Gene Autry and the Cass County Boys in 1950 It was written after the success of Autry’s recording of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” the previous year; Rollins and Nelson shipped the new song to Autry, who recorded “Frosty” in search of another seasonal hit. Like “Rudolph“, “Frosty” was subsequently adapted to other media including a popular television special by Rankin/Bass Productions (formerly known as Videocraft International), Frosty the Snowman. The ancillary rights to the Frosty the Snowman character are owned by Warner Bros.but due to the prominence of the TV special, merchandising of the character is generally licensed in tandem with that special’s current owners, DreamWorks Classics.

The song recounts the fictional tale of Frosty, a snowman who is brought to life by a magical silk hat that a group of children find and place on his head. Although Frosty enjoys roaming throughout town with the children who constructed him, he runs afoul of a traffic cop and leaves town, promising he will be back again someday.

Although it is generally regarded as a Christmas song, the original lyrics make no mention of the holiday (some renditions, like that in the 1969 Rankin/Bass TV special, change the lyric “I’ll be back again someday” to “I’ll be back on Christmas Day”). The song supposedly takes place in White Plains, New York, or Armonk, New York; Armonk has a parade dedicated to Frosty annually.

The chorus is similar to the chorus of “Let’s Have Another Cup of Coffee” (1932).

Purchase includes:

  • Accompaniment (95bpm)
  • Accompaniment (85bpm)
  • Accompaniment + Part 1 (70bpm)
  • Accompaniment + Part 2 (70bpm)
  • Accompaniment + Part 1 & 2 (70bpm)