Happy New Year everyone!
Here are some things to keep you busy musically while you're at home.
Email Rod if you want some extra help!
This Week - 25th January
If you haven't got round to it yet, please practice the new note - B flat.
2. Watch these brass videos. Do you want to play the trumpet or the trombone?
3. Listen to some of the music composed by 6Y in Bandlab last term - click here
You all have a log in and can use it whenever you want to. More help here.
Username is: (your first name, no capitals)@y5.com
Anis & Violette
1. Try the copying warm up this week here
4. New one to look at 'Shiarazula Marazula' (quite easy!) here
5. Ode to Joy here
O. Mouthpiece buzzing to start here
1. Reading warm-up here - lots better this week, try the just copying version too here
- Timing - 3rd line bar 2, 1st note's a crotchet!
2. Ode to Joy here
3. Lip slurs here
4. William Tell here - short, hard tonguing please
5. Exam pieces: A Knight's Tale, Waltz for E, Puppet's Dance, Strollin'
This is the perfect time to do some regular practice.
Remember: the more you do, the better you get!
You don't have to do lots - just 15 minutes a day is plenty.
The important thing is to try to do it every day!
Please read this with a parent or other grown-up now!
All the tunes you need, with demos and backing tracks are here:
Just click on the button
Start from the beginning and work at your own speed.
Play a tune you know well, then try something a bit harder.
It would be fantastic if some of you could play EastEnders next time I see you!
I'll be adding some more extra help videos and some new, harder tunes over the next few weeks.
If you only came to Brecknock in Year 5 and want to catch up, go to the Year 4 page (here).
They only started last term too
Website address: edu.bandlab.com
Username:(your first name, no capitals)@y5.com
Full log in instructions here or watch the video:
Once you've opened an 'assignment' you can take the 'personal project' option and compose something of your own - I'd love to hear it!
Watch this video to remind yourself about the basic controls.
Go full size,
the writing's quite small