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An Introduction to: Latin Music

Programme Details

Programme IDAEP0315677
Art Form GenreMusic
Programme TypeExposure
Programme Format Digital/Blended, On-site
Language English
Venue School Hall / Auditorium
Target Audience Pre-school, Primary-Lower, Primary-Upper, Secondary-Lower, Secondary-Upper, JC/CI, ITE, SPED


Programme Synopsis

To showcase and learned the different Latin Music genre from various Latin America countries: 1) EL BIMBO / CAPULLITO DE ALELI Salsa rhythm introduced. 2) TEA FOR 2 / PEPITO Introduce & explain Cha Cha rhythm with cowbells. 3) LA CUMPASITA / EL CHOCLO Introduce & explain tango rhythm with snare drum & castanets. 4) QUIZAS QUIZAS QUIZAS / AMORE Introduce & explain Rhumba rhythm with Bongos & Guiro and the Spanish word 'quizas'. 5) LA BAMBA. Mambo rhythm introduced. Invite 2 teachers & 2 students to perform with the band by playing different percussion instruments. After which, Q&A session is held on various rhythms played. 6) Mas Que Nada Introduce & explain samba rhythm with agogo bells. *Digital mode for this programme will be conducted via ZOOM video conferencing platform.

Microphone / Audio/Sound System/ Visualiser / Others

Microphone stand, 2 Table

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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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