A fun and interactive primary school aged music lesson with quiz questions and activities for children. Designed and hosted by musician and educator, Paul Fisher (trombonist with artists including Madness, Alfie Boe, Gloria Estefan, Barry Manilow, The Specials, Duffy, The Temptations,
Learning Through Music Episode 2 - Feeling The Beat!
This week we're thinking about how important it is to feel the beat in music. Join in, make some cymbals, look out for the quiz answers and play along with your instruments if you have them.
Learning Through Music Episode 3 - At The Movies!
A fun and interactive primary school aged music lesson with quiz questions and activities for children. This week our session focuses on how music makes us feel and how emotions or mood can change with the music, and make us feel happy, sad, excited and scared.
Learning Through Music Episode 4 - Rhythm!
A fun and interactive primary school aged music lesson with quiz questions and activities for children. This week our session focuses on rhythmic patterns and how they are used to create songs.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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