An Introduction to: Rhythm In Guitar
Programme Format On-site
Duration 45 Minutes
Venue School Hall / Auditorium
Target Audience Pre-school, Primary-Lower, Primary-Upper, Secondary-Lower, Secondary-Upper, JC/CI, ITE, SPED
Cost $1,600.00 per Show
5 musical arrangements to be performed with narrations and audience participation in between items. 1. Skater’s Waltz (popular guitar classic) 2. I’m Yours – Jason Mraz (Current Hit) 3. So Danco Samba- (latin/jazz) 4. Spain by Chick Corea (Jazz) 5. When you say nothing at all by Ronan Keating (Contemporary Favourite)
Objectives This programme seeks to enrich our students with the perspective of understanding the harmonic and melodic capabilities of the classical guitar in perfect musical union with carefully chosen percussion instruments. This is achieved through a performance repertoire that fully engages the participation of the audience in experiencing the rhythm and even the vocal aspects of the music performed with them. The repertoire will not include the typical classical guitar repertoire but features well worked out arrangements that so beautifully suit the colors and timbre of the various percussion instruments. Musical; genres covered will be contemporary favorites, bossa nova, popular classics and jazz.
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