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Music Lesson Rhythmic accompaniments - 12th November

Rhythmic accompaniments

 

Today in our music lesson we listened to ostinato rhythm patterns in the accompaniment of four songs.

Freedom - A traditional Caribbean song for all people throughout the world who are suffering through war or neglect.

Ki yo wah ji neh -  A Native American song that describes a hunter trying to paddle his canoe against the wind.

Sambalele - A Brazilian song describing a mischievous monkey who has a sore head after feeding on stolen food!

Did the rum do? - An Irish folk song. 

We compared these accompaniments and composed our own using percussion instruments. 

Well done class 5 your rhythm work is really improving and I am very proud of you all.  Mrs Turner
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Did the rum do? - An Irish folk song

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Sambalele - A Brazilian song

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Ki yo wah ji neh - A Native American song

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Freedom - A traditional Caribbean song

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