|Written by||Keith Vernon Textor|
|Publisher||Scott Textor Music Publishing, Inc.|
The Queen of Six is a stop-motion animated short produced for Sesame Street by Jim Henson. Similar to "The King of Eight," the short focuses on the domain of the Queen of 6, wherein everything exists in denominations of 6. In contrast to the comedy and jazz drumming of "The King of Eight," the short has a more serene, fairy tale quality, with kittens and flowers replacing slapstick, even though the song is still done in a jazzy manner. The narrator is William "Rosko" Mercer.
Don Sahlin helped out on "The Queen of Six", and talked about his work in a 1976 interview for "Closeup Magazine":
- 40 Years of Sunny Days (2009)
- Closeup Magazine No.2, 1976, by David Prestone, reprinted here