GATATUMBA

VIDEO DE GATATUMBA

La luz que nace en ti


CON MI BURRITO SABANERO

VIDEO CON MI BURRITO SABANERO

Con mi burrito sabanero voy camino de Belén (BIS)
Si me ven, si me ven, voy camino de Belén (BIS)

El lucerito mañanero ilumina mi sendero (BIS)
Si me ven, si me ven, voy camino de Belén (BIS)

Tuquituquituqui, tuquituquita
apurate mi burrito que ya vamos a llegar.

Tuquituquituqui, tuquituquita
apurate mi burrito vamos a ver a Jesús.

Con mi cuatrico voy cantando, mi burrito va trotando (BIS)
Si me ven, si me ven, voy camino de Belén (BIS)


Con mi burrito sabanero voy camino de Belén (BIS)
Si me ven, si me ven, voy camino de Belén (BIS)

ESTA NOCHE

Las niñas y los niños del coro cantan Esta noche.

VIDEO ESTA NOCHE


Esta noche Jesús ha nacido
Esta noche Jesús ha nacido.
Suenan los cánticos de la Nochebuena
Suenan los cánticos de la Nochebuena

Alma de mi canción sube al cielo de Madrid
para llenar de luz la santa noche de Dios.

Vibra pura , chulapo tu quena
Vibra pura, chulapo tu quena
entre las músicas de la Nochebuena
entre las músicas de la Nochebuena.

Alma de mi canción...

En la tierra cantamos alegres
en la tierra cantamos alegres,
A Jesús Niño, que está en el pesebre
a Jesús Niño, que está en el pesebre.

Alma de mi canción...

SPANISH SONG 6th

It´s a beautiful christmas song


                     SACA EL NIÑO QUE HAY EN TI

CHRISTMAS SONG 6th

RUN RUN RUDOLPH


You can enjoy and rock and rolling with this song.



SPANISH CHRISTMAS SONG 5th

                             
                             FELIZ NAVIDAD

You can play this song with the recorder.




CHRISTMAS SONG 5th

THEN A I SAW MUMMY KISSING SANTA CLAUS










CHRISTMAS SONG 4th



CHRISTMAS THE WHOLE YEAR ROUND


CHRISTMAS SONG 3rd

THE LITTLE DRUMMER BOY




                                      


MUSICAL NOTES


DO, DO , RE , MI, MI, MI, FA, MI FA, MI

DO, DO , RE , MI, MI, MI, FA, MI FA, MI

RE ,MI ,FA, SOL, SOL, SOL, LA ,SOL, FA, MI ,RE,

RE ,MI ,FA, SOL, SOL, SOL, LA, SIb , LA, SOL ,FA, 

LA, SOL, FA, MI, SOL, FA ,MI, RE.

DO, DO , RE , MI, MI, MI, FA, MI FA, MI, RE, DO, RE, DO.



HERE YOU HAVE IN SPANISH. 

EL PEQUEÑO TAMBORILERO



SPANISH CHRISTMAS SONG 2nd

HOY HE VISTO UNA ESTRELLA




Hoy he visto una estrella
brillando en la oscuridad
se acerca directo a la tierra
lleva un mensaje de paz.

Cae fina la nieve ,
y su manto cubre la ciudad.
Las luces se han encendido,
por fin se respira amistad.

Estribillo
Canta, ríe , sueña
y disfruta de verdad
de todos aquellos momentos
de alegría y amistad.
Llega la Nochebuena
y después la Navidad
Los de segundo deseamos
Toda la felicidad.

Este año se acaba, 
pero otro llegará
Intenta que todos los días,
se conviertan en algo especial.

Si esa estrella se aleja,
y recuerdas su brillar, 
piensa siempre en ella,
seguro que volverá.


Estribillo
Canta, ríe , sueña
y disfruta de verdad
de todos aquellos momentos
de alegría y amistad.
Llega la Nochebuena
y después la Navidad
Los de segundo deseamos
Muy feliz Navidad.


CHRISTMAS SONG 2nd



TWINKLE, TWINKLE CHRISTMAS STAR


Twinkle twinkle Christmas star
Way up high is where you are
Shining bright for all to see
On the top of our tree
Twinkle twinkle Christmas star
Way up high is where you are!
Twinkle twinkle Christmas star
Way up high is where you are
Shining bright for all to see
On the top of our tree
Twinkle twinkle Christmas starWay up high is where you are!
Way up high is where you are!

This song was originally posted at:
http://bussongs.com/songs/twinkle-twinkle-christmas-star.php

CHRISTMAS SONG 1st

      This year our Christmas carol is Rudolph the red-nosed Reindeer "Rodolfo el reno"in several languages. 

               RUDOLPH , THE RED NOSE REINDER

            



                     RODOLFO EL RENO

           

HACIA BELÉN

AquÍ podeis escuchar la grabación de este tradicional villancico.

VIDEO HACIA BELÉN

Hacia Belén va una burra, rin, rin, 
yo me remendaba yo me remendé 
yo me eché un remiendo yo me lo quité, 
cargada de chocolate; 

Lleva en su chocolatera rin, rin 
yo me remendaba yo me remendé 
yo me eché un remiendo yo me lo quité, 
su molinillo y su anafre. 

Maria, Maria, ven a acá corriendo, 
que el chocolatillo se lo están comiendo. 

En el portal de Belén rin, rin 
yo me remendaba yo me remendé 
Yo me eché un remiendo yo me lo quité, 
han entrado los ratones; 
y al bueno de San José rin, rin, 
yo me remendaba yo me remendé 
Yo me eché un remiendo yo me lo quité, 
le han roído los calzones. 

María, Maria... ven acá corriendo, 
que los calzoncillos los están royendo. 

En el Portal de Belén rin, rin, 
yo me remendaba yo me remendé 
yo me eché un remiendo yo me lo quité, 
gitanillos han entrado; 
y al niño que está en la cuna rin, rin 
yo me remendaba yo me remendé 
yo me eché un remiendo yo me lo quité, 
los pañales le han cambiado. 

Maria, Maria ven acá volando, 
que los pañalillos los están lavando.

HAPPY CHRISTMAS (WAR IS OVER)


Grabación del coro cantando este bonito villancico compuesto por John Lennon.

VIDEO DE GRABACIÓN

LYRIC

So this is Xmas 
And what have you done 
Another year over 
And a new one just begun 
And so this is Xmas 
I hope you have fun 
The near and the dear one 
The old and the young 

A very Merry Xmas 
And a happy New Year 
Let's hope it's a good one 
Without any fear 

And so this is Xmas 
For weak and for strong 
For rich and the poor ones 
The world is so wrong 
And so happy Xmas 
For black and for white 
For yellow and red ones 
Let's stop all the fight 

A very Merry Xmas 
And a happy New Year 
Let's hope it's a good one 
Without any fear 

And so this is Xmas 
And what have we done 
Another year over 
A new one just begun 
And so happy Xmas 
We hope you have fun 
The near and the dear one 
The old and the young 

A very Merry Xmas 
And a happy New Year 
Let's hope it's a good one 
Without any fear 
War is over, if you want it 
War is over now

DO RE MI


AKAI HANA



Akai hana tsunde ano hito ni age yo
ano hito no kami ni kono hana sashiteage yo
akai hana akai hana ano hito no kami ni
saite yureru darou ohisama no you ni

shiroi hana tsunde ano hito ni age yo
ano hito no mune ni kono hana sashiteage yo
shiroi hana shiroi hana ano hito no mune ni
saite yureru darou otsukisan no you ni
otsukisan no you ni

Lachen

Canción popular alemana

LÄCHEN, LÄCHEN, LÄCHEN, LÄCHEN
KOMMT DER SOMMER, ÜBER DAS LAND
ÜBER DAS LAND
KOMMT DER LÄCHEN
JAJAJA, LÄCHEN,
ÜBER DAAS LAND

EL MENU

Basada en la marcha turca de Mozart

Son las ocho ya, hora de cenar
todas las tareas tenemos que abandonar
pues la cena está caliente
no la hagamos esperar

Estamos hambrientos
vamos a comer,
que de la cocina sale un aroma especial.
Pongamos pronto la mesa,
que la cena ya va a estar.

El mantel, será lo primero                                           2º.    De 1º sopa de fideos
los cubiertos y vasos después                                             De 2º plato de salmón
servilletas platos y salero                                                    y de postre fruta comeremos
jarra de agua hemos de poner                                             para hacer bien la digestión

Sin mas dilación , vamos al salón
y ocupemos sitio en nuestro asiento habitual,
que mañana es laborable
y hay que madrugar.

¡A cenar, a cenar todos contentos ya marchamos!
¡ A cenar, a cenar con armonia y buen humor!



PEER GYNT ( E. Grieg)


We have learnt Morning with the recorder and instruments

Peer Gynt In the Hall of the Mountain King


DO RE MI NOTES SONG


RECORDER SHEET MUSIC


The note SI . You close the back hole with the thumb finger and the first up hole with the index finger.








We work binary rhythm and crochets and quavers






.
Note LA. First and second left finger in the first and second holes

TODAY WE HAVE LEARNT REPEAT SIGN

MORITO PITITON

El canto del milano
se llama esta canción
se canta en invierno,
del ronco viento al son
perejil, don, don
perejil, don,don
las armas son.
Del nombre virulí, de nombre virulón.

Morito pitión
de nombre virulí
ha revuelto con la sal
la sal y el perejil
perejil, don, don
perejil, don, don
las armas son.
Del nombre virulí
del nombre virulón.

Al tío Tomasón
le gusta el perejil
en invierno y en abril
más con la condición
perejil don, don, perejil don, don
la condición
que llene el perejil
la boca de un lechón.


ESCALAS Y ARPEGIOS ( LOS ARISTOGATOS)


LYRIC

Do, mi, sol, do, do sol, mi, do 
el solfeo es necesario en musica 
practicar escalas y arpegios 
y se canta desde el pecho 
y no por la nariz 
al cantar escalas y arpegios 
ya veras que con el diario practicar 
bien se puede en poco tiempo progresar 
do, mi sol, mi, do mi, sol, mi 
fa, la do, la do 
canta tus escalas y arpegios 
do, mi, sol, do 

do, mi sol, do, do, sol ,mi, do 
do, mi, sol, do, do, sol, mi, do 
y aunque fácil no lo sea al comenzar 
practicando se consigue dominar 
si gran músico deseas un día ser tu 
canta escalas y también arpegios

EVERYBODY LOVES


LYRIC

Everybody loves Saturday night,
Everybody loves Saturday night,
Everybody, everybody,
Everybody, everybody,
Everybody loves Saturday night.

BANAHA


PARTITURA



CANCION DE CUNA BRAHMS


ROMANTIC MUSIC PERIOD

From Beethoven, composers turned their attention to the expression of intense feeling in their music.
This expression of emotion was the focus of all the arts, and it described this movement.

We are going to learn Tchaikovsky and Brahms.

Tchaikovsky was very famous with his ballets: "The sleeping beauty", " The nutcraker" or  "The swan lake".

We learnt "The sleeping beauty"


The Sheet music archive





Flowers Waltz


Carnival of Venezia


Johanes Brahms crossword

Johannes Brahms was born in Hamburg, Germany on May 7, 1833. Johannes' father, a town musican, gave him his first musical instruction. At the age of seven he studied pianowith Otto Friedrich Willibald Cossel. Young Brahms gave concerts in Hamburg and worked playing piano in restaurants and theaters to help support his family.

When Brahms was 20 he met famous composers Franz Liszt and Robert Schumann. Schumann was so impressed with Brahms' music that he wrote an article for a music journal that made Brahms famous. Brahms' success was also due to his hard work and his critical attitude toward his own music. He never felt he could live up to the standard set by Ludwig van Beethoven.
Brahms was one of the few musiccomposers who could devote his time completely to composing without having to accept other employment. In fact, he spent so much time with his composing that he sometimes neglected his appearance. Sometimes, when he forgot to attach his suspenders, he would have to hold his pants up while conducting to keep them from falling down.
In 1889 Thomas Edison, an American inventor, visited Brahms in Vienna and invited him to perform for an experimental recording. Brahms played an abbreviated version of Hungarian Dance No.1 on the piano. The performance is one of the earliest recordings ever made by a major composer.
In later years, Brahms often participated in performances of his own compositions. In 1890, at the age of 57, he decided to give up composing. But this did not last long. He soon started composing again and his efforts in these final years produced several works that are now recognized as masterpieces.
Johannes Brahms died on April 3, 1897, a celebrated composer of the Romantic Era. His most notable works include his Double Concerto for Violin and CelloLiebeslieder WaltzesAcademic Festival Overture and his Lullaby.


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CLAP YOUR HANDS


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Clap , Clap,Clap, 
Clap your hands
Clap your hands with me.

 Clap , Clap,Clap, 
Clap your hands
Clap your hands with me.

Turururu, Clap your hands with me.
Turururu, Clap your hands with me.





MUSIC NOTE VALUES


Semibreve

The Whole note is the longest music note in general use today. It is an open note with no stem. I always say to my students it looks like a hole…so it is easy to remember! The duration of the whole note is 4 quarter notes.



Minim

The Half note duration is 2 quarter notes. It differs from the whole note in that it has a stem, although it is still open. For students I liken this stem to the line in the middle of the ½. This also helps them remember that 1 half note is worth 2 beats (in 4/4 timing, which is what they are usually working in when learning this). 



Crotchet

The quarter note has become the de facto standard 1 beat music note. This has happened as the 4/4 time signature is the most popular (with 3/4 and 2/4 following close behind) and quarter notes have a duration of 1 in these time signatures. It is also roughly in the middle of the most used notes in the Rhythm Tree, making the quarter note the ideal candidate for ensuring whole notes don't become too long to count, and shorter, popular notes such as eighth and sixteenth notes aren't impossible to count in terms of them being fractions of a note. The quarter note changes from the half note as it is filled in, as opposed to empty. 



Quaver

The eighth note is worth ½ of a Quarter note. It may also be considered as a one beat note in 3/8 and similar timings, the 8 on the bottom of the time signature giving the clue that you are counting in eighth notes. This is the first note in the rhythm tree to have a flag. The flag is the name for the 'tail' added to the eighth note. Eighth notes may be a single as shown on the left, or joined together withbeams.

It is common to see eighth notes joined into sets of 2 to make one beat. Eighth notes may also be grouped in 3s, 4s, 5s, or even 6s depending on the time signature. Remember, however, that no matter how many eighth notes are joined, each one is worth half a quarter note.