Mister Rogers and the Singing Bakers

By November 27, 2019 February 21st, 2020 No Comments


Brockett’s Bakery is hosting a group of musicians who sing in Spanish. Rather than just sitting and listening, Mister Rogers joins in on the fun. He learns about and experiments with an instrument that mimics the sound of rain. He even uses the rain stick to begin one of the songs. After commenting on his favorite part of the song, one of the singers translates and explains the meaning.

Mister Rogers plays with the rain stick a bit more, coming up with his own way to play the instrument. This segment shows Fred Rogers’ childlike, playful side as he is so keen to learn about the rain stick and play along with the musicians.



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Fred Rogers Productions

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