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Your description reminds me of a 16 month old I briefly met who could make sounds spontaneously, but not in imitation.  He wouldn't/couldn't imitate facial movements, but made a variety of movements spontaneously as well.  His mom had taken him for an evaluation by a speech therapist who worked with a birth to 3 program in the community who said he had oral & verbal apraxia.  Basically, difficulty with the motor planning needed to do those movements intentionally/in...
...this old man... we sing the verses up to 10, repeat (if we need to) with new rhyming words/people that have been knick knacked upon, sing the verses back from 10, repeat ...       
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