Musical Rumpus: Feelings

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Singing is a powerful way of expressing feelings.

Feelings and mood changes are reflected in music, in Catch a Sea Star, ‘Oh star star star’ moves from a slow, sad beginning to an energetic, lively ending. (Catch a Sea Star, 2016)

“(My child) found it soothing and inviting. He enjoyed chatting with the cellist and plucking the cello strings to make music”

Try these activities at home!

Try replacing the lyrics of a lullaby with your own words – if you could give a gift to your baby what would it be?

Sing & Dance to this…

From The Song Weaver – Music and Movement for Under Fives
c. Vital Arts/Spitalfields Music 2013
Musicians: Zoe Palmer, Jack Ross and Abimaro
Additional Voices: Laura Fensom, Rachel Louis
Sound Engineer: James Yarde
Narration: Baden Prince

From The Lullabies Project
c. Vital Arts/Spitalfields Music 2012
Musicians: Zoe Palmer, Sonia Mehta, John Barber
Sound Engineer: Francis Gardner, The Hot House

From The Lullabies Project
c. Vital Arts/Spitalfields Music 2012
Musicians: Zoe Palmer, Sonia Mehta, John Barber
Sound Engineer: Francis Gardner, The Hot House

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