Music

Sea Shanty Medley Music

Junior Choir members. Use the music and lyrics to rehearse for the concert on Saturday 29th June.

Anchors aweigh my boys, anchors aweigh,
Farewell to college joys we sail at break of day ay ay ay.
Stand navy out to sea through swirling foam
Until we meet once more here’s wishing you a happy voyage home.

A life on the ocean waves
A home on the rolling deep.
Where the scattered waters rave
And the winds their revels keep. x 2

Like the eagle caged I pine,
On this dull unchanging shore
Oh, give me the flashing brine
The spray’n tempest roar. x2

A life on the ocean waves
A home on the rolling deep.
Where the scattered waters rave
And the winds their revels keep.

What shall we do with a drunken sailor,
What shall we do with a drunken sailor,
What shall we do with a drunken sailor,
Early in the morning.

Oo-ray and up she rises,
Oo-ray and up she rises,
Oo-ray and up she rises,
Early in the morning.

Sing you a song a good song of the sea,
Whey Hey blow the man down.
Trust that you’ll join in the chorus with me,
Gimme some time to blow the man down.
Blow the man down bullies, blow the man down.
Whey hey blow the man down.
Blow him right back boys  to Liverpool town,
Gimme some time to blow the man down.

Oh the sailors life is the life for me,
And I love to sail on the ocean sea.
And I never, ever, ever do a thing about the weather.
Cause the weather never ever does a thing for me


The Vikings

The children in Year 5 have been busy composing music to row to as part of their topic on The Vikings. Have a listen and see if their music would help you keep in time if you had to row a Viking Long Ship across the North Sea.


We have fun on the percussion!

Click on the link below to hear Mrs Keogh’s class performing.

Click here to hear Mr Cresswell’s class.


Mrs Blake’s class create music to accompany famous Egyptian landmarks.


Mrs McCaig’s class create music to accompany famous Egyptian landscapes. Click on the links below to hear their compositions.


Mrs Hooker and Mr Harvey’s class have been busy creating music linked to their topic about Egypt.


Year 4 Make Music To March To!

This term we have been learning about the Romans, who were famous for their marching. In the Music Hut we have been creating music to march to. We had to think about musical elements such as pulse and rhythm, dynamics, tempo and structure and try and include these in our compositions. Have a listen and decide which pieces of music would help you march in time.
 

KS1 Ukulele Club Play Row Row Row Your Boat. Click on the link below to hear their performance.

Ukulele Club Play The Beatles!

The children in Key Stage 2 Ukulele Club have been learning how to play Ob La Di Ob La Dah. Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney it can be found on their double album, ‘The Beatles, also known as ‘The White Album’.
Listen here to Uke Clubs excellent version. We hope you enjoy it.

Year 1 and Year 2 Get In To The Groove! Click on the link below to hear Miss Turner’s Class.

Listen to Miss Bye’s Class on the link below.

Miss West’s class performing ‘Call and Response on a range of percussion. Click the link below to hear them perform.

Click on the link below to hear Miss Howarth and Mrs Corden’s class perform.

Click on the link below to hear Mrs Stoppani’s class.