History Of Happy Birthday Song In Past

Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday to you. It is a very common song. Everybody has sung a Happy Birthday Song on their friend’s/relative’s Birthday. It is a traditional and classic song coming sung for many years. But it has a story behind it. This article is about, “History Of Happy Birthday Song In Past“. This song makes the record in Guinness Book of the world in 1998. The Guinness Book of the world ranks this song as the most recognizable song in the English Language.

The Birthday is an occasion when everyone feels happy. A birthday event comes with a lot of joy and happiness. This is a time when we invite our relatives and friends to a Birthday party to do some fun and celebration. Everyone sing a Happy Birthday Song. This Happy Birthday Song has translated in near 24 languages of the world.

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History Of Happy Birthday Song In Past:

History says the lyrics and melody of this Birthday song were written by two sisters names (Mildred & Petty Hill). Petty was a school teacher and also was a faculty member at Columbia University teacher college. She was also the founder of National Association for Nursery education.

Later this association was renamed with National Association for the Education for Young Children ( NAEYC ). His sister Mildred was also an educated lady, who after becoming a pianist, organist and composer. The lyrics were written by Petty and Melody was composed by Mildred.

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Happy Birthday to you Lyrics:

Basically, this song was a greeting song titled “Good Morning to All”. This was composed of small children for their daily classroom. The song “Good Morning to All” was a part of the famous book “Song stories of Kindergarten”. This book was written by two sisters in 1893. But it is the confusing thing that who change these lyrics which was turned into “Happy Birthday Song“.

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