Welcome to the Music pages and hope you find some fun things to sing and play.
The first place to explore is Sing Up at Home. During school closure we can access a whole range of songs and activities here. There is a song of the week, which is taught by a music teacher, and has lyrics, backing tracks and follow-on activities each week.
This week's song (13th July) is called "Great Day". It's a short , simple and fun song, but the challenge is to learn the harmony lines. You can choose one of the 4 lines and sing it with Beccy doing the other 3, or better still, get someone in your family to sing in harmony with you.
Happy singing !
There is also access to a huge song bank, where you can browse silly songs, relaxing songs, right through to empowering songs,depending on your mood. Again, lyrics and backing tracks are all there.
And look even further to links for music lessons and chance to learn body percussion or beat boxing and all sorts of musical activities
Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra are doing some amazing instrumental work for children this term.
The first 2 videos are out already. Learn about violin first , then flute and woodwind instruments.
For those of you who have been in the choir recently, and for those who might wish to be in the choir, these are the songs we would be practising if we were singing together, The next concert is the Festival of Voices and should have been this month. The songs are great, and you can still be singing them for fun and to be ready for when the concert is rescheduled.
Here is the song book and tracks to listen to and sing along with. Happy Singing!