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Our second video today is of a group of Mexican singers called Las Tres Grandes, which translates as The Three Greats, singing their song called Cantares. Do you like listening to music in a language other than English? Did you recognize any of the words? Why do you think they call themselves The Three Greats?
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Our third video is by a group of musicians called “The Percussion Show.” They are using only their bodies to make music. Making music with your body is called Body Percussion. Were there spots in the music where they were all doing the same thing? Were there times where they were doing different things? Why do you think they did that? When you are watching this, does it make you want to try and play along? I know it makes me feel that way! Here is another video by the same group – they really know how to make music out of almost anything in a house!
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OK, I absolutely love this next video. It comes to us from the United States Army Field Band and is called, “The Trombone meets the Bumblebee.” Why do you think it’s called that? I think it’s so funny what they keep doing to his trombone! Did you know that trombones were made that small?
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The next video comes from the country of Samoa. Samoa is an island nation in the South Pacific, consisting of two main islands and four smaller islands. This is a dance called a Sasa. A Sasa is a training dance. It is designed to help the dancer imitate everyday chores and jobs. What everyday chore or job do you think they are imitating in this video?
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Our last video today is my weekly The Piano Guys video! I love this one. It is a combination of a Vivaldi Double Cello Concerto and the Bourne Soundtrack!
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I really hope you are all doing well. Feel free to connect with me using the chat feature on Teams or write me an email anytime! email@example.com.
“Where words leave off, music begins.” – Heinrich Heine
-Mr. Baur :)