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Olympic Song (Olympic Anthem) Reach for your Dreams

New song posted online.  Thanks to the children of Church Langton Primary School for singing for the recording, in a closed room, with large glass doors, on a very, very hot day! There are also a word sheet, a vocal … Continue reading

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Play Can Can on Boomwhackers/hand chimes

Below are 11 sheets for playing the Can Can, on boomwhackers, or other single note instruments.  The first eight sheets allow a group to play the tune.  If you print off the final three sheets you can substitute these with … Continue reading

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Play Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, using boomwhackers

Below are 8 sheets, which should enable a group using the diatonic set of boomwhackers (8 note set, C to C), to play twinkle twinkle little star.  The scores/sheets use numbers, so you don’t need any knowledge of conventional notation.  … Continue reading

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Rhythmic haka tryout

Had a go this morning with a group that I run, at the haka in the video I’ve posted. I decided to get all the children to play both rhythms at the same time, which is something I’ve never done before. … Continue reading

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1st free video for music in schools

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First free video idea posted

I’ve just uploaded the first video in what I hope to be a long running project, providing ideas for music activities. They’re aimed at primary school teachers, but may also work outside of schools with a range of age groups. … Continue reading

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Free videos

At the beginning of next week, I’m hoping to post the first of many videos, aimed mainly at primary school teachers, although they may be useful to other groups as well. The idea is that some will be explanations of … Continue reading

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