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Episode 38. Ding Dong
KS2 Zoom music class today looked at Jazz music - the history and style which was all within this catchy rap song..
Enjoy learning it!
'Jazz - cool grooves so smooth this style demands chops
Skills on the horns and the keys keep it hot,
Cats banging on the skins and picking on the box,
Improvisation - making music on the spot'
Episode 37. TV Tantrum
British composer Benjamin Britten, loved writing music. By the time he was 18 he had written over 700 pieces!
He wrote the opera 'Peter Grimes' in 1945. It is about a community struggling to make their living by the sea. Peter Grimes is a fisherman, but the locals think of him as an outsider and don't trust him.
'Storm' is one of the most famous pieces of work that Britten wrote - it describes the changing sea from thunderous and raging to more tranquil waters.
Many artists use music to inspire other art forms. Your challenge is to draw or paint, or write a story or poem, about whatever the music is telling you. There is no right or wrong, so just let your imagination run free!
I can't wait to see your work.
Episode 36. Down by the Bay
Episode 35. Mango Song
Episode 34. The Shark
Episode 33. Bim Bum
Episode 32. Tony Chestnut
Episode 31. Oh My Aunt Came Back
Episode 30. Little Liza Jane
Episode 29. Bananas
Episode 28. Bala - A fun song with actions
Episode 27. Food Feast
Poppyock Pie conversation rap
Episode 25. 12345!
Episode 24. Animal Warm up
Episode 23. Do re mi fun
Episode 22. Once a man fell in a well using do re mi fa so
Episode 21. Have you ever? Do re mi
Episode 20. Body Percussion
Episode 19. Rain on the green grass do mi so
Episode 18. I left my luggage chant and rhythms
Episode 17. Ta and te-te rhythms and notation
Episode 16. Bluebell song so mi la do
Episode 15. Hot Cross Buns
Episode 14. Fun with the Acapella App
Episode 13. Kye Kye Kule
I am very excited to show you the final cut of Jigsaw’s Big Sing which was released last week.
It features Claudia, Enora, Nala and Noo and Naa!
The song, ‘Together as One’ is a message about bringing everyone together and respecting and celebrating both our similarities and differences, something I think we do very well at Glade Primary School.
Look out for more exciting events on our website.
Episode 12. ALGY MET A BEAR
Episode 11. EASTER WITH A DIFFERENCE
Welcome to the Jigsaw Big Sing
We are eager to support Jigsaw learning wherever that learning is now happening and to support children, families and schools to come together as one community to appreciate each other and lift spirits.
So, our first Jigsaw song for the Big Sing is ‘Together as One’.
Episode 10. Double Double hand game
Episode 9. warm up and stomp
Episode 8. Bickle Bockle Blue Bottle so mi la
Episode 7. Alive, awake, alert, enthusiastic!
Episode 6. Chrome Music Lab & Henry
Episode 5. Rhythm ta and te-te
Episode 4. Apple Tree
Episode 3. Every Little Cell
Episode 2. KS1 Hey Hey Look at Me
Episode 1. KS1 Meet our friends
Ideas for music learning and fun at home
Great websites for creating music
Chrome Music Lab is a website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments.
The following links are to fun rhythm clips
https://youtu.be/KUtEg8Qxuxk rhythm clips
https://youtu.be/5KScreASSOg rhythm clap along level 1
https://youtu.be/lBuU2OF5FSg rhythms clap along level 2
https://youtu.be/N5Yx0U0SCZ8 music rhythm reading
https://youtu.be/R3rHc9nH4Vw read and play the rhythm
https://youtu.be/KP6vS2lWAJU Body beats
https://www.teachingideas.co.uk/notation/name-that-note Name that note!
Doodle Chaos synchronizes a track ‘line rider’ to track music – great fun to watch.
Look out for dynamic markings and pitch changes, particularly on ‘Hall of the Mountain King’ composed by Edvard Grieg
KS1 have been working with solfage (do re mi etc) Prodigies Music is both fun and educational J