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As part of our 4 week project with musicians from Wigmore Hall we have been exploring African rhythms and musical influences.
Have a listen to the amazing music we made this week.


We used word rhythms to create our music - see if you can hear the rhythms.

‘Zebras are talking to each other’
‘The bird is stalking along the water’
‘Brown and white antelopes eating grass’

 

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Lyndon (12) played tambourine and rainstick
Palesa (8) played xylophone and guiro
Shekirah
(14) played drums and guitar

James played cello
Julian 
played violin

 

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