CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW TO VISIT THE NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC
THERE’S FANTASTIC LEARNING GAMES AND WONDERFUL MUSIC TO DISCOVER!
CLICK ON THE BIRDS TO CREATE YOUR OWN MUSIC and
TO GET THEM TO SING ‘THREE BLIND MICE‘!
Click on the link below then click on
‘Cezanne’s Apples’ to hear a clever song
about the artists and their art.
You can move to the beat with Little Minnie or keep an even tempo playing percussion instruments
or tapping your feet. Have fun!
Wow!! What a Super Duper guitarist playing at Super Duper Speed!!
The Magic School Bus teaches us about the Science of Sound
Clap along, or sing along, or find a percussion instrument and play along but remember the rest symbols mean one beat of silence. Have fun playing along with The Imperial March from Star Wars written by John Williams.
What do you think of these amazing sisters! I think they have beautiful voices and their harmony is just brilliant. Do you think we could put a group together to perform this?
These highly skilled American singers share a
brief history of song!!
What do you think?
Here is a VERY talented 6 year old!What do you think of him travelling to the other side of the world to perform in a strange country?
Mrs Weston believes that the videos featuring concert pianist Graham Hepburn are a great support the learning of musical concepts. Graham Hepburn also features in animation throughout the interactive activities at www.quavermusic.com. After you have had fun exploring the website and viewing the videos, please post your feedback, ideas, suggestions, questions about thisnew learning tool.
How could we adapt this idea at school?
Watch and listen carefully to see and hear the various instruments the Nutcracker Suite by Tchaikovsky. Other symbols in the music map indicate the tempo, pitch and dynamics(volume). This music is associated with Christmas. Do you know why?