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 Music is like a rope: it links people!

 

 

On this page, we will investigate how, why, when and where music links people. 

For instance, people join to learn music at music schools. They play together in orchestras. They go to concerts at concert rooms or festivals and so on... 

We are expected to show here our town/country's music schools, concert rooms, orchestras, choirs and music festivals.

  

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January concert in the Czech school

 We took part in a very interesting concert. Why interesting ? There was only one musician and a set of drums. But he also had a special recorder which could record what he was playing and later when he played different rythm, it was accompanied by the previous music. In several minutes he created a new piece of music. Something difficult to understand, but he is an expert in drum music.

 

 

Jaakko Kulta (Brother John)

www.youtube.com/watch 

Hello, We tryed to sing Brother Jakob in different languages: 

finnish, english, norwegian, tsekkish, polish, spanish and portugal language... Maybe it sounds funny and the quality of video is really bad, but we are sorry...:) 

Wishes Sari and class 5B from Finland

ps. You can hear our song from youtube, the link is above

 
 
The Ode of Joy- Czech group

 They were quite surprised what the lyrics are. They are so beautiful  and tender. Now the Czech students are listening to Vangelis and they will express themseleves by pictures.

 

Hello everybody- a new task

 We have a new task for you, if you want to try your imagination. you will hear a piece of music. Take a pencil, or a brush and draw or paint what is your imagination when you listen to this music. Then we can compare our pictures and find a link among them. What do you think?

 

 

 

 

Czech students are singing in Portuguese

 It was too big, so go to the blog.,

http://music-in-europe.blogspot.com/

So sweat! :)

 So sweat Polish friends! Thank you so much! 

It's difficult to say 'João', isn't it? But it's more difficult to say "wszystkie dzwony biją"

Well done! 

Manuela

Good idea

It is new for me, because I usually use podomatic.com

Here is my new try: http://soundcloud.com/hopelesshope/languages

 

 

 

 

 

Languages by Hopelesshope
Using Audacity

Hi partners, Music teachers partners in particular! 

This is an experiment I made with our project's slogan: "Music is like a rope: it links people!"

I recorded the phrase on Audacity, edited, cut and paste some of the words. I'm trying to learn this program because I'm going to make my students use it to create their 'musical' pieces with the sounds they recorded with the ropes and other materials.

 

Music is Like a Rope by musicadc

My favourite Czech singer

 We did this activity in our Girl´s club, so here are some examples:

http://girlsceskalipa.blogspot.com/2011_10_01_archive.html

My favourite singer

Music links people

 Soon we will sing a song for you. At the beginning we could sing a short song which is translated into all languages. In English it is called |Are you sleeping bother John: / kaanon/

We can sing it in many languages. What do you think?

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Happy Music Day!... with this wonderful Polish Quartet called MozART GROUP.

They performed here in Portugal (in our town Espinho) last July. Hilarious! :)

  

 

ENJOY!