Y5 Music Lesson - Term 6 Week 3 - 15.06.20











WARM UP

Samba is from Brazil, and the official language of Brazil is Portuguese.

Let's warm up with SOCO, BATE, VIRA

The literal translation is

SOCO - Punch

BATE - Beat

VIRA - Twist


But we will use these to help us

SOCO - Bump

BATE - Clap

VIRA - Cross arms (& tap shoulders)

See the picture









The pattern goes like this

SOCO SOCO - BATE BATE

SOCO SOCO - VIRA VIRA SOCO BATE - SOCO VIRA SOCO BATE VIRA


The TEMPO starts off slowly, and gets fast.

Don't forget - Practise makes progress

HAVE FUN!

CLAP and STAMP this Samba rhythm

PLAY WITH INSTRUMENTS

You can use wooden spoon handles for claves, and an old Tupperware for the drum.

The rhythm is the same, but instead of the stamp there is a rest.

SINGLE PLAYER - Play the whole rhythm yourself.



PLAY ALONG with the SAMBA BACKING TRACK










COMPOSE moves to go with the RIO JANEIRO mix.

Start by using my example, and then make your own pattern of 4 different movements so fit with the music. Wait to start after the intro.

Pat - Pat - Pat - Pat

Clap - Clap - Clap - Clap

Chest - Chest - Chest - Chest

Click - Click - Click - Click


When the music changes to a different pattern, choose to do some other dance move or freestyle.



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