In our music lessons with Mr Hylton, we have been learning about repeated rhythm patterns. We have listened to the C Jam Blues by Duke Ellington and have clapped along to the rhythm, following a ‘GG, GG, G, C’ pattern. From here, we have then been able to use a range of instruments such as keyboards, boomwhackers , xylophones and different orff instruments. We have played alongside one another to play this rhythm and have had to concentrate hard about when to play, when to pause and take a rest too! We have been able to share instruments with our friends and have also shown a good understanding of what a repeated rhythm is!

Thank you to Mr Hylton for this lesson! We are really enjoying our music lessons and can’t wait to learn more.

6 comments on “Music: Using a Repeated Rhythm Pattern

  1. I loved music and playing different instruments together.

  2. I loved playing the glockenspiel and I also really enjoyed finding where G and C are on the piano! The Christmas songs are great too! Music makes me feel happy.

  3. Alexandra Y3 says:

    This looks so fun! So many musicians in Y2.

  4. Joseph S Y2 says:

    I love playing gg….gg.gg.gc on the boom whackers. I think I’ve got the hang of it.

  5. Joseph S Yr 2 says:

    IT WAS SO FUN!

  6. Year two that was very good! I loved it. Did you like this? I did love it. That was very, very, very good and very nice.

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