What instruments do you hear?
How does this make you feel?
What is the tempo of this music? (fast or slow?)
What are the dynamics of this music? (loud or soft)
What is the pitch of the music? (high or low)
Did you like it? (explain your reason why?)
(Remember you don't have to like the same type of music as your friend)
Listen to the next piece of music.
(video is under the pictures of the instruments)
answers are under the video
You can select more than one sound.
Note to TA:
Once you've pressed play on the video, please scroll back to the pictures
of the instruments - answers are under the video.
piano guitar drums cymbals shaky eggs accordion
Using the same pictures of instruments you've just been looking at. What instruments can you hear now?
Answers will be under the video.
No peeking at the video for clues as your
classroom adult starts the music!
drums accordion tubulum
The tubulum is a homemade instruments and is made from plastic drain pipes.
It can also be known as a 'thongophone' - in Austaralia they use flip flops to play the instrument.
Singing has been something we have not been able to do a lot of since lockdown started last spring. Now that restrictions are easing off, we are beginning to see life go back to the way things one were. We still have a long way to go but singing is something that we can begin to enjoy with our classmates again. Let's practice one of our favourite assembly songs.