In Class 3, we have been mastering how to read and write rhythm using crotchet and quaver notation. I have been SO impressed at the children’s concentration, enthusiasm and listening in our music lessons. We had a go at writing our own 4 beat rhythms (some even including a crotchet rest!) and challenged our class mates to sight read the rhythm.
Then for the ultimate challenge. We put 2 of these compositions together to create an 8 bar piece of music, then another 2 compositions to complete a different 8 bars of music.
THEN attempted a Class 3 clapping duet. We were slightly apprehensive that it could all go terribly wrong, but the below video just proves what 30 pairs of hands, some lines and dots and a bit of counting can do…
By Miss Brearey|2020-12-01T16:14:44+00:00December 1st, 2020|Class 3|Comments Off on World Premier of Class 3’s Clapping Orchestra
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