Tche Tche Kule
Arthur Hall's exercise tape

Arthur Hall, choreography
with children from all over, including
Townshend and Grafton Elementary Schools in Vermont
Lebanon, New Hampshire
Belfast and Kennebunkport, Maine

A work in progress
by Bruce Williams

Tche Tche Kule is a Ghanaian song that teaches children to stay on rhythm, to count, and the differnet parts of the body. Arthur teaches it wherever he goes, prompting one educatator to say the song has become the national anthem of K-6. Arthur plays it on Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood to a bemused Fred Rogers, who says:
My, what a lively way to learn to count.
Please inquire via

Arthur Hall Collection
754 Mount Ephraim Road
Searsport, Maine 04974


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