We Three Kings – Cup Tapping

(7 customer reviews)

Your audience will love it when you involve them in this We Three Kings Cup Tapping piece! Tons of fun!


Imagine bringing the cup tapping fun of Rhythm Cup Explorations to your recital! We Three Kings Cups is an elementary, cup-tapping, audience-pleasing holiday piece that can be performed in any of these outrageously fun ways:

  • As a solo plus MP3 cup tapping accompaniment (you get 3 FREE cup tapping mp3s with purchase!)
  • As a solo with some or all of your students cup tapping
  • As a solo with students cup tapping AND passing (see video below)
  • As a solo with the audience cup tapping
  • As a monster concert!

How can you make sure your student is prepared for We Three Kings Cup Tapping?

You’ll receive detailed instructions when you purchase the We Three Kings Cup Tapping piece about how to prepare your student. And right from the start, they can start practicing We Three Kings Cup Tapping with the free mp3 cup tapping tracks that come with your purchase. Then, you’ll also be given a script to use so that you can easily instruct the audience how to cup tap during the piece without tripping up the student.

This is tons of fun  for both the student and the audience!

Watch the video above and read the reviews and details below for more information!

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7 reviews for We Three Kings – Cup Tapping

  1. Sara Habben

    My student played this for her recital while her 3 sisters, wearing crowns, cup-tapped on stage. The parents loved it–it was such a one-of-a-kind piece!

  2. Anna Fagan

    Everyone loved your “Camels and Cups” version of “We Three Kings!” We had the whole audience participating!

  3. Paula

    This is such an awesome idea!

  4. Irena Tarnawsky

    My student, who struggles with comparing himself with an older sibling, was thrilled with this piece and the possibility of a unique performance!

  5. Becky

    The kids had a lot of fun with this piece and it added something new and different to the program!

  6. Lynette Maynard

    I have been using these in my Advent Carols on Wednesdays held every Wednesday in Advent from 11:30-1. We have tables set up for people to bring in their lunches and we alternate between segments of special music and segments of carol singing. I have had some of the people participating to be part of the ‘cup choir’ and we did Deck the Halls the first week, We Wish You a Merry Christmas the second week and will do Joy to the World the last Wednesday. What fun! Thank you!

  7. Rhonda Trull

    I have a student who is so excited about this piece that he can barely sit still on the bench to play it. He “love, love, love, loves” it! When you say you offer music kids love, I have to agree. About 1,000%!

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