Posted by More Music on 18 March 2020
Due to the recent announcement
that we are suspending our programme until Monday 20 April, we would like to share some resources that will help you continue music making whilst our weekly sessions are postponed.
Although we are temporarily closing our doors, we will be active online and will be sharing different and creative ways of making music throughout this time – starting with the resources below. We know these are unusual and worrying times, but music and the arts remain essential to well-being. If you find yourself with extra time to spare, why not pick up an instrument or learn a new song!
More Music Resources:
Clapping Song at Home – Click HERE
Music And Me | Early Years – click HERE
Practice Folk Tunes – Click HERE for more
Including bass clef, mandolin, ukulele, guitar and banjo to help you practice – all copyright free.
Singing for Better Breathing Resource – Click HERE for more
Great British Home Chorus with Gareth Malone – register HERE
Gareth Malone announces a new initiative to bring together both amateur and professional performers around the country as we embark on the next stage of the COVID-19 outbreak. The Great British Home Chorus aims to give everyone the opportunity to contribute their voices and instruments to an ambitious digital music project, conceived in the light of many closures to communal rehearsal spaces nationwide.
The Sofa Singers – Click HERE for more info
The Sofa Singers is a free online singing event that aims to bring people together from around the world to spark joy and human connection. Set up by vocal leader James Sills as a response to global self isolation during the Coronavirus outbreak, The Sofa Singers bring together hundreds of people in real time for 45 minute choir rehearsals, learning a classic song with some optional harmonies/backing parts.
Next session: Fri 20 March at 7.30pm.
Dance For Parkinsons Disease – click HERE for more info
Silverline helpline – Click HERE
MARCH Network Creative Isolation – Click HERE for more