Accordion Lessons

In the summer of 2019, we trialled lessons on the accordion for members of the Cathedral Choirs. Classical accordion is widely taught in Europe and Asia to give children the independence of a portable instrument and has been used successfully in the UK in many rural primary schools to learn the basics as a transition to larger keyboard instruments. We consider the accordion to be an ideal transportable instrument for children wishing to begin learning a keyboard instrument, learning about musical harmony and coordination between two hands.

Planning home learning and need some singing? Here's our content for this week; our faith theme is forgiveness and our music curriculum theme is pulse/tempo. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel - hope you enjoy it!
http://www.schoolssingingprogramme.org.uk

Back on t'YouTube today.... Featuring 'Time on our Hands' by Alan Simmons. An super song all about being bored. Very relatable right now...

https://youtu.be/pFoFR6JFth8

@DOLMusic #remotelearning #primary #music #Lockdown3 #homeschooling #singing #choir #Leeds

In today's session - 2pm YouTube - Tom explores pulse and tempo with a terrific tongue twister, an action song, chants from around the world and two fantastic songs about love and freedom. Can you keep up in Left Luggage and Bala pata zum?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdKbWnv-hJg

Have you tried our virtual singing sessions yet? Today's is led by Tom, exploring pulse and tempo with a terrific tongue twister and action song, chants from around the world and two fantastic songs about love and freedom. Can you keep up in Left Luggage and Bala pata zum? 2pm!

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