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If you’re looking to practise your music at home, you will find all the resources you’ll need here.
- We are starting with Don’t Stop Believing, Ho Hey and Beat It this term.
- Lost your copy of the sheet music? No worries, here’s another: Sheet Music. Also, we have Lyric Sheets.
- Here are the original songs, in case you’d like to sing along at home.
- We’ve been learning the terms pitch, dynamics, tempo and texture as well as talking about the feelings each song gives us.
- The pulse of the music is something we’re exploring with a range of percussion instruments.
- We’re also discussing the timbre of instruments this term to enhance our performance with percussion chosen by the children.
- This term we’re learning to read notes on a stave and practising the glockenspiel as a class.
- To supplement our phenomenal violin lessons, we have access to Charanga Music World. Simply go here to access this fantastic resource.
- If you do not yet have a log in, please ask your class teacher for another copy of the sign up letter.
- We are learning to play the recorder this term! If you’ve mislaid your recorder loan letter, here’s a spare: Recorder Letter.
- Want to practice your notes? Check out my Recorder Notes Chart.
- Our current piece we’re working on is Adele’s Hello. For our more experienced players, you can try out the tune in recorder part 1 as the rest of us learn C, D and E for the first time in recorder part two. Here’s the PDF: Hello.
- If you are doing some extra practise at home then YOUCANPLAYIT.COM’s Youtube videos are a great place to start. They can be found here.
- Odogy.com is a little less beautiful, but can show you how to play each note as well as letting you set the speed using the tempo arrows at the top. It contains everything from Star Wars to Super Mario to Ed Sheeran. Parents, please be aware that the songs are taken automatically from musescore.com and whilst lyrics are not shown, some pop songs may contain inappropriate words in their titles.