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Olympic fanfare

Discussion in 'Primary' started by picklenash, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. Thank you for taking time to post your reply -it's a great help. I have seen the teachers TV idea and Aaron Copland and will use that. I love the idea of the brass group visiting our school and some of the pupils playing too and all your other ideas too - rhythm work, and Superman will grab their attention! I will definitely use all you mentioned. Thanks again- really appreciate it as now I have something to build on. :)
     
  2. Hi, yes good point! No they are not experienced composers as you guessed! I would be very grateful if I could take a look at your plans and resources.That would be a great help. The idea of getting the children to put words and a basic tune to sounds good.My e mail address is cafetalay@yahoo.com. Thank you for your time :)
     

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