Rhythm Rocks - Insight into Ethnic Percussion
Art Form GenreMusic
Programme Format Digital/Blended, On-site
Venue Enclosed Room / Music Room / AVA Room / Dance Studio
Target Audience Primary-Lower, Primary-Upper, Secondary-Lower, Secondary-Upper, JC/CI, ITE, SPED
1) Understanding the character of the equipment as a musical instrument. 2) Learning of basic musical notation for the basic main local ethnic groups’ rhythmic patterns as an ensemble parts (and in unison). 3) Understanding of phrasing, balance and blend music composition with input from students relationship between the rhythm and music 4) Expose students to various ethnic percussions as an ensemble consisting of drums, auxillary and melodic percussions by giving them the opportunity to play an instruments that are not within their own ethnic group and appreciate the learning of knowing the other ethnic group culture. 5) Playing selected rhythms that have influenced or help define music that we hear today. *Digital mode for this programme will be conducted via ZOOM video conferencing platform.
One Chair per Participating Student
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OneHeartBeat Pte Ltd
OneHeartBeat (OHB) was formed in 2001. Since our inception, we have create an impactful and creative experiences for our learners. Our objective is to empower a community of learners to realise their potential through music and arts where we believe it is an integral part of one's learning.
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