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The children must stand ready in a circle with their hands joined, and the moment the word "Hark " leaves their lips they stamp with each foot alternately, as rapidly as possible, in imitation of a heavy shower of rain, softly or loudly according to the music, carefully keeping time, and moving round at the same time; although this last movement is not essential to the interpretation of the song.
The solo of the Schoolboy should be sung by a boy; and that of the wise Raindrop by a girl.
There is no other action in this song than the pattering of the feet and the moving round; and these only during the singing of the Chorus.