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Issue 96: Zum galli galli variants

Issue 96: Zum galli Galli variants I’ve given details of this pulse/circle game here. Compal essential peach   I’ve used all kinds of things for passing round the circle; the best are small flattish PE cones (the sort that are … Continue reading

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Issue 96: The Cup Game

At last! A chance to teach The Cup Game, which I first wrote about here. It was the last music lesson of term, and I had finished the topic that we had been working on, so I was looking for … Continue reading

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Issue 39: Olympics – Fanfare for the Common Man, and Mexican Waves

This is a powerful composition for brass ensemble and percussion by Aaron Copeland. You can hear it on YouTube here; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqyby2x4e7c&feature=related (conducted by Aaron Copeland) and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hNCIh9K6-U (displaying the score) You can download it from Amazon here for less than … Continue reading

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