Music Year 3 May 15th

Say this rhyme and clap your hands in time to the heartbeat.

 

 

 

 

 

-Why are there heartbeats at the top of the chart?

-Why is the chart divided up as it is?

-How many beats are in each line of the rhyme?

-Does each line have the same number of beats?

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With a member of your family, stand face to face, and perform the following actions while saying the rhyme:

There are 4 actions corresponding to the 4 beats in every phrase:

Clap own hands, clap partner’s hands, clap own hands, pat knees.

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How are you getting on with Dublin Dan and St Louis Blues?

Hopefully well. Here are the performance tracks (up to speed), if you would like to have a go.

St Louis Blues:

Dublin Dan:

There are also words for Dublin Dan, you could try singing along with the backing track as well as playing your recorder:

 

I went across the sea to Ireland,

I went to stay with Dublin Dan

We had potatoes for our dinner,

Bread and butter pudding and a lump of jam.

We had pizza for our supper,

Pepperoni, cheese and ham,

What do you think we had for breakfast?

Bread and butter pudding and a lump of jam!

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If you would like a new challenge, here is Shrimp Island, a relaxed sort of piece.

Download (PDF, 970KB)

Have fun and let me know how you get on.

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