An Introduction to: Junk Jamz
Programme Format Digital/Blended, 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 $1,588/view for Physical 'LIVE' performance $1,388/view for Online 'LIVE' performance $898/view for Online 'Pre Recorded' performance
Based on the concept that GOOD SOUND MAY NOT BE MUSIC BUT IT CAN BE MUSICAL. During the performance, students will be introduced to the character of the equipment (e.g. household cooking utensilts) used and their roles as musical instruments. For instance, large equipment produces deep sounds can be utilized as the bass line and the smaller ones producing higher-pitched sounds can carry the melody line. Together, these instruments can be blended into a percussion ensemble. Students will also be introduced to the various types of household and cooking utensils from various ethnic groups. For instance, woks used by the Chinese, curry pots used by the Malays, metal water containers used by the Indians and saucepans by the Westerners. Understanding that student audiences have become increasingly exposed and more mature, this programme will introduce instruments that are hand-crafted by the Band - showing how instruments seen in earlier part of the show can be designed and crafted to form more complex instruments capable of more complex musical sounds. As instruments used for this programme are specially customized, some of them are tuned according to western keyboard, hence enabling the Band to show that melodies can also be played on these unconventional instruments In addition, there will be student interaction through clapping, vocalization and movement through out the performance. *Digital mode for this programme will be conducted via ZOOM video conferencing platform.
Objectives 1) To create awareness and understanding of the other facets of making percussion music and that rhythms exist in our daily life and physical existence. 2) To provide students with an opportunity to discover another outlet of expression through the arts. 3) To develop in young people, a sense of cultural identity and inter-cultural understanding, through creative use of various cooking utensils which are unique to the different ethnic groups
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