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Look at our compositions!

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Composing

Use notations to record and interpret sequences of pitches

Use standard notation

Use notations to record compositions on their own

Use notation in a performance

 

 

Anna performs her composition using crotchet, minum, quaver and tied quaver note values

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Composition Use notation to record and interpret sequences of pitches
 Use standard notation
 Use notations to record compositions in a small group or on own
 Use notation in a performance
Performing - Perform a simple part rhythmically

Maya performs her composition using notes B,A, and G

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Composing - Use notation to record and interpret sequences of pitches
 Use standard notation
 Use notations to record compositions in a small group or on own
 Use notation in a performance

Harrison and Deni open the show at 'Stars in their Eyes'

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Keagan shows his talents as Olly Murs

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Sycamore Trees perform at the Maidstone Schools Recorder Festival

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Leah investigates how the vibration creates sound when she bends her ruler

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Lily, Kathleen and Jo explore the science behind how sound is created

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Matthew demonstrates his digital music composition

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Performing -
• Perform a simple part rhythmically
• Improvise using repeated patterns

Violet chooses to include some additional instrumental sounds - can you hear the guitar?

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Frank uses a variety of different beats

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Holly, Billy and Riley demonstrate their musical theory knowledge playing music bingo

Holly, Billy and Riley demonstrate their musical theory knowledge playing music bingo 1

Shut your eyes and imagine it's World War 2 - Sycamores create their version of a war scene using Vocal, instrumental and digital sounds

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Appraising - Describe and identify the different purposes of music
Start to identify the character of a piece of music
Explain the place of silence and say what effect it has
Composing - show how they can use dynamics to provide contrast
Performing - Perform a simple part rhythmically
Improvise using repeated patterns

As part of their learning experience about WW2 Sycamore Trees listened to 'Nimrod' by Edward Elgar

As part of their learning experience about WW2 Sycamore Trees listened to 'Nimrod' by Edward Elgar 1
As part of their learning experience about WW2 Sycamore Trees listened to 'Nimrod' by Edward Elgar 2

Appraising - Begin to identify with the style of work of Elgar

Start to identify the character of a piece of music

Describe and identify the purpose of different pieces of music

Leah's first composition

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Performing - Perform a simple part rhythmically
Composing -Use notation to record small compositions on their own
- Use standard notation
- Use their notation in their performance

The music Leah wrote

The music Leah wrote 1

Lily's first composition

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Performing - Perform a simple part rhythmically
Composing -Use notation to record small compositions on their own
- Use standard notation
- Use their notation in their performance

Sycamores first attempt at writing their own musical compositions

Sycamores first attempt at writing their own musical compositions 1
Sycamores first attempt at writing their own musical compositions 2
Sycamores first attempt at writing their own musical compositions 3

Sycamore Tree Class perform at the MacMillan Coffee morning

Sycamore Tree Class perform at the MacMillan Coffee morning 1
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