Please continue to do the music activities that you enjoy that I have already posted.
Every week I will be posting activities to build on from the week before and also adding new ones for you to do.
I hope you enjoyed learning the Solfege hand signs (also known as Kodaly hand signs) last week.
Solfege hand signs are music hand signs that help train your ear to hear the different pitches.
This will help your singing. Also they are fun to learn.
This week we will doing the signs for different songs.
Have a go.
TRADERS and RAIDERS
The Anglo Saxon flute is made from sheep bone.
It belongs to the wind family. You play it by blowing into it.
Have a listen to how it sounds.
LISTEN and PLAY the RHYTHM
Listen to this Saxon Tribal War Chant.
PAT the pulse.
Notice how it is in 3 time. Oom Pa Pa - Legs Chest Chest
PLAY a RHYTHM
Use something to be your drum, maybe a large yoghurt pot with pens as drumsticks, or tap the rhythm with your hands on the table.
TeTe TeTe Ta
SAY and PLAY this rhythm along to the music.
MAKE UP two more different rhythms that will fit into 3 beats. Write your rhythms down.
Use Ta - TeTe and Rests
NOW PLAY your rhythms along to Saxon War Chant clip above.
SING along to the Anglo Saxon Fun Facts song.