Music

Wolverhampton Music Service - Singing In The Rain 2020 - 19/5/20 at 11:30 A.M

Don’t forget to tune into the Wolverhampton Music Service YouTube channel, 19/5/20 at 11:30 A.M. for this years Singing In The Rain… online edition!!! Use the link below and away we go!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28xniVwlk8c

You can download the lyrics here too: https://wolverhamptonmusicservice.org.uk/download/singing-in-the-rain-2020-lyric-sheet/

 

Please feel free to share these links and pass on to anyone who needs a good sing and dance in these crazy times!

Useful Links

Wolverhampton Music Service Performance

Wolverhampton Music Service teachers perform their rendition of Sir Duke by Stevie Wonder.
All performing separately from their own homes!

Who are West Park's Champion Charanga Yumu Users?

 

First of all, Well Done to all of you. Some children have completed assignments and others have completed lessons, some have spent a lot of time on both. I'm really impressed.

 

Your individual YUMU Charanga accounts are checked regularly 

YEAR 3 Tuesday 

YEAR 5 and 6 Wednesday 

YEAR 4 Thursday 

 

The aim is for you to complete at least an hour each week, more if you can.

 

Don't forget to sing, rap, compose and write your own lyrics as often as you can.

 

Missing you all

 

Love From

 

Mrs Farrell

We all need a dose of happy right now and singing can provide just that!

https://www.singup.org/singupathome/songs-to-get-moving

 

Get moving

With gym sessions and school playtimes no longer on the agenda, finding ways to keep active is super important. 

An action song will provide an energy boost to all taking part.

Shake my sillies out, Baby one, two three and Wiggle jiggle are just some that will do the trick. 

We've put together a Get moving playlist with some great songs and activities.

 

Love From

Mrs Farrell

One Moment, One People

Hi Everyone,

Have a go at rewriting the highlighted parts of this song.

Make it your own song, so that it means a lot to you and your family.

Then sing it loudly and proudly!! 

One Moment, One People

 

If you are locked out I will bring the key. 
If you are lonely come and stand by me.

Cos the room keeps getting brighter as you shine a light. 
and the world keeps getting kinder with you by my side.

This is one moment, 
(This is) one people,
(This is) one lifetime, 
(This is) one song. (x2)

If you feel diff'rent we will take your hand. 
If you feel frightened come and join the band.

Cos the room keeps getting brighter as we shine a light, 
and the world keeps getting kinder singing out side by side.

This is one moment, 
(This is) one people,
(This is) one lifetime, 
(This is) one song. (x2)

Every heartbeat drums together and fills up with pride
and we’re growing strong together, singing out side by side.

This is one moment, 
(This is) one people,
(This is) one lifetime, 
(This is) one song.

This is one moment, (Cos the room keeps getting brighter as you shine a light,)
(This is) one people, 
(This is) one lifetime, (and the world keeps getting kinder with you by my side.)
(This is) one song (x 2)

The room keeps getting brighter as you shine a light, 
and the world keeps getting kinder with you by my side.

One Moment One People - Unison Version Performance Track
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BBC Ten Pieces

Music is a great way to express yourself and bring joy to those around you. Here are some simple ideas to help you keep music alive while we are sharing time at home…

 

Watch a Ten Pieces Film:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/intro-films-and-orchestral-films/zv2gqp3

Stay up to date with the Ten Pieces website for simple creative ideas to try at home.

 

After listening to a great piece of music, create some inspired artwork in response!

 

Put on a concert for the people in your home. You could perform a song or a piece of music that you have learnt at school or learn something new.

Sing

Some words they can’t be spoken only sung.
So hear a thousand voices shouting love.
There’s a place, there’s a time in this life when you sing what you are feeling.
Find your feet, stand your ground, don’t you see right now the world is listening to what we say?

Sing it louder, sing it clearer, knowing everyone will hear you.
Make some noise, find your voice tonight.
Sing it stronger, sing together, make this moment last forever.
Old and young shouting love tonight.

To sing we’ve had a lifetime to wait (Wait, wait, wait)
And see a thousand faces celebrate. (We have to celebrate)
You brought hope, you brought light, conquered fear, no it wasn’t always easy.
Stood your ground, kept your faith, don’t you see right now the world is listening to what we say?

Sing it louder, sing it clearer, knowing ev’ryone will hear you.
Make some noise, find your voice tonight.
Sing it stronger, sing together, make this moment last forever.
Old and young shouting love tonight.

Some words they can’t be spoken, only sung.
To hear a thousand voices shouting love and life and hope.
Just sing. (x2) Just sing. (Oh, yeah) (x3)

Sing it louder, sing it clearer, knowing ev’ryone will hear you,
Make some noise, find your voice tonight.
Sing it stronger, sing together, make this moment last forever.
Old and young shouting love tonight.

Hear a thousand voices shouting love.

Sing - Performance - Barlow-Lloyd Webber
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Sing - Rehearsal Track - Barlow-Lloyd Webber
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Sing - Backing Track - Barlow-Lloyd Webber
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Lyrics

One
One, two, one
One, two, three, two, one
One, two, three, four, three, two, one
One, two, three, four, five, four, three, two, one
One, two, three, four, five, six, five, four, three, two, one
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one.

1,121 (Performance 1 - Unison) -
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1,121(Performance 2 - Inverted) -
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1,121 (Performance 3 - Round) -
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1,121 (Performance 4 - Unison + Inverted) -
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Year 1 Africa Day

As part of Africa Day, Year 1 took part in an African Drumming workshop with a lady called Rebecca. We used Djembe drums and learnt some African songs. Here's us performing the song Che Che Koolay. 

Year 2 Digital Music

In Year 2 we have been creating and exploring digital music.

Listen to some of our funky tunes!

Jayden S & Jayden A -
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Caprice & Yifan -
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Year 2 Music Lesson

In Year 2 we have been enjoying music with a super, cool guy called Paul.

He plays lots of different instruments.

We have been clapping out beats and learning new songs.

We can't wait until our next session next week.

Year 5 African Music

Today we learnt songs from Ghana in Africa and got to play the djembe.  It was great fun!

Year 4 Music Workshop

 

 

Year 4 enjoying a music workshop with the composer Kevin Stannard
and Wolverhampton University music students.

Everyone enjoyed learning the Penguin Song - composed by Kevin Stannard.

The university students adapted a section of the Rondeau, written by Henry Purcell.

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