Do you even know what's lurking at the bottom of your music trolley?
Every instrument in the music trolley is a real instrument with a correct playing technique, traditional rhythms and genres of music that rely on its sound.
In this inventive, humorous and interactive session (featuring a real, wild music trolley) delegates will learn music and rhythms from Africa, South America and the Middle East which can all sound great on instruments found at the very bottom of a long-neglected music trolley.
Full workshop notes are provided which include detailed instrument techniques and notation of all the material used in the workshop.
In this session you will:
Learn the correct playing technique and traditional rhythms for a wide variety of 'music trolley' instruments '
Create ensembles using 'music trolley' instruments and develop your knowledge of how instruments are grouped in particular world music genres
Understand techniques for specific instruments and managing whole class percussion ensembles
Receive advice on instrument maintenance, what to add to a music trolley and where to find further inspiration for ensemble music making on 'music trolley' instruments
Applicable to: KS1, KS2 Free to those working in Wiltshire