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Monday 1st June 2020

This week’s activities:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/watch-this-do-this-weekly-activities/zjy3382

Illustration inspired by Stravinsky’s The Firebird

This week, create a picture inspired by the mythical firebird alongside author and illustrator James Mayhew and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.

Monday 25th May 2020

This week’s activities:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/watch-this-do-this-weekly-activities/zjy3382

Create your own 3D sculpture…

Get arty with Amy Leung as she shows you have to create your own 3D sculpture inspired by Anna Clyne’s Night Ferry!

 

Monday 18th May 2020

This week’s activities:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/watch-this-do-this-weekly-activities/zjy3382

Things are getting dramatic!

Become a mythical warrior and practice your acting skills with a drama workshop inspired by Ride of the Valkyries from Wilhelm Richard Wagner’s opera Die Walküre.

Monday 11th May 2020

This week’s activities:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/watch-this-do-this-weekly-activities/zjy3382

Sing with the BBC Singers…

Learn to sing the beautiful melody from Jean Sibelius’s epic piece, Finlandia.  Members of the BBC Singers will teach you the tune line by line and then sing with you in a virtual choir performance.  You can hear the BBC Singers performing on Radio 3’s Afternoon Concert every day this week!

 

Monday 4th May 2020

This week’s activities:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/watch-this-do-this-weekly-activities/zjy3382

Draw a portrait and write a musical memory...

Join Naomi Wilkinson and create a piece of art and writing to connect with someone you love.  Draw a picture and share a memory with a friend or family member to show you are thinking of them.  This activity is part of the BBC Music and Dementia initiative.

Monday 27th April 2020

This week’s activities:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/watch-this-do-this-weekly-activities/zjy3382

Tell a story with your very own body percussion music...

Join presented Lucy Drever and members of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra as they guide you in building your very own minimalist piece of music.  Get creative with body percussion and storytelling, using Steve Reich’s Music for 18 Musicians as inspiration.

Monday 20th April 2020

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces

Today, the BBC has launched their Ten Pieces at Home project.  There will be weekly activities, each including a short film to watch and a linked creative activity.  This can be completed at home without the need for any special materials or preparation.  It is a brilliant way to keep listening, enjoying and creating music at this time.

 

This week’s activities:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/watch-this-do-this-weekly-activities/zjy3382

Write a poem inspired by a journey with Simon Mole...

The first Ten Pieces at Home activity gets playful with poetry! Join emcee and poet Simon Mole in creating your very own journey themed poem inspired by Hector Villa-Lobos' music and his train ride through the hot countryside of Brazil.

Update Friday 3rd April 2020

 

Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, an English composer famous for his musicals, is releasing full-length smash-hit musicals once a week on the YouTube channel The Shows Must Go On!  They will be available to watch for 48 hours, so you can tune in over the weekend too.  Tonight, it's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat!  Grab some snacks and a comfy seat, and try not to drop your popcorn!

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdmPjhKMaXNNeCr1FjuMvag

 

For parents:

The National Theatre has launched National Theatre at Home, to give access to content online.  Last night they streamed One Man, Two Guvnors with James Corden.  These will be available for 7 days, and they plan to launch a new recorded performance each week.  (These are the same as the filmed live performances that are shown at the Ritz cinema in Belper). 

https://www.youtube.com/user/ntdiscovertheatre

Natasha Marsh - Believe (Written by Lin Marsh) [Official Video]

As a whole school we had been learning the song 'Believe' that was written by Lin Marsh, and sung here by her daughter Natasha.

Lin Marsh taught Mrs Z-B how to sing when she was younger, and Natasha was pleased to hear that we are putting this song on our web page at this time.

Stunning Starfish sang this song together before the end of school on Friday 20th March. The words and message of the song are important to remember.

BBC Ten Pieces

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BBC Ten Pieces  –  opportunities to get creative and make music together!

Music is a wonderful way to express yourself, improve well being and bring joy to those who hear it.  BBC Ten Pieces has some great ideas to help you create music while we are sharing time at home.

After Easter, they will be launching 'Ten Pieces At Home', weekly musical activities to get creative with classical music. We will add more information and the relevant links when this goes live.  In the meantime, they have shared different ways you can explore classical music at home on their webpage.

 

David Walliams' Marvellous Musical Podcast

David Walliams' Marvellous Musical Podcast 1 David Walliams Music Podcast by Classic FM

David Walliams Music Podcast by Classic FM – a marvellous musical journey of discovery, meeting some of the most famous names from the history of music.

 

'Music at Christmas' Artwork. Congratulations to Seb, from the Stunning Starfish, who designed the winning artwork for this year's Carol Concert Order of Service.

'Music at Christmas' Artwork.  Congratulations to Seb, from the Stunning Starfish, who designed the winning artwork for this year's Carol Concert Order of Service. 1 Seb

Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs.

Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 1 Becky
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 2 Bobby
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 3 Benjamin
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 4 Charlie
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 5 Evan
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 6 Freya
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 7 Georgia
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 8 Hayley
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 9 Isla
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 10 Joshua
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 11 Kenzie
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 12 Lauren
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 13 Lilly-Anna
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 14 Lucy B.
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 15 Lily
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 16 Leah
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 17 Lucy H.
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 18 Mia
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 19 Matilda
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 20 Maisie
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 21 Nikol
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 22 Phoebe
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 23 Sarah
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 24 Sam
Congratulations to all the other Key Stage 2 children for their wonderful designs. 25 Yikai

13.12.19 Christmas Choir. The Choir were invited to sing at the Congregational Chapel for the Belper 50+ Forum AGM. They sang beautifully and were a real credit to the school.

13.12.19 Christmas Choir.  The Choir were invited to sing at the Congregational Chapel for the Belper 50+ Forum AGM.  They sang beautifully and were a real credit to the school. 1 Singing in the Congregational Chapel.
13.12.19 Christmas Choir.  The Choir were invited to sing at the Congregational Chapel for the Belper 50+ Forum AGM.  They sang beautifully and were a real credit to the school. 2 The Christmas Choir!

South East Derbyshire Music Centre


South East Derbyshire Music Centre provides a wonderful opportunity for young people in Amber Valley and Erewash to make music!  On Saturday mornings, the Centre is busy with musical activities such as wind bands, orchestras and choirs.  There is something for every ability level, and allows for wonderful music making opportunities.  They have regular concerts, including several this Christmas. We are excited to share that some of the children who learn instruments at Long Row, and also attend the Music Centre, will be taking part.

Please visit their website to find out more:

 

http://sedmc.co.uk/

 

 

 

 

 

Singing Summer Schools 2019

 

This summer, Derby & Derbyshire Music Partnership are running three-day Singing Summer Schools, where experienced tutors will teach new songs of all styles from around the world. These are open to children age 7+ and are being held at several different venues throughout Derbyshire.  Please visit the Derbyshire Music Hub website for more details.

 

https://derbyshiremusichub.org.uk/

 

https://derbyshiremusichub.org.uk/get-involved/summer-schools/2019/singing-summer-schools.asp#register

 

 

 

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