The Hanukka song by Frederick Silver. This sentimental song should be sung with the rhythm varying to suit the mood. The lala singer’s conductor takes the initial “freely” section at quarter note = 101, and the moderato section beginning at measure 10 at 110. At the bottom of page 5, the phrase “This I wish for you” is at 90, then back to 110. On the last page, first system, last measure, it broadens to 90, and at measure 49 (first measure, second section) it slows to 70. In that measure there is a “rall”, like so:
The lala singers do it this way, at quarter note =70:
Count four (or two) and off at the beginning of the next beat and continue at the slow tempo to the last system, which is a tempo (110).
So here are the practices pieces.