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Luminate@Home: Kitchen Drumming Band – rhythms sheet, music track and videos to get you inspired

We have launched an online programme of creative activities called Luminate@Home.

There are lots of older people at home or in care homes right now who are isolated because of the coronavirus outbreak. We hope you will enjoy trying the activities in the films at this difficult time, and also afterwards when the outbreak is over.

The activities are designed to be done at home or in a care home. They are led by professional artists, and feature different artforms including crafts, poetry, music and dance.

You will find all the short films on Luminate’s website, Luminate’s facebook page and on our YouTube and Vimeo channels. Once we have uploaded them, we will leave them online for you to enjoy when it is convenient.

On Friday 24th April, we released a film of percussionist Jane Bentley inviting you to grab the wooden spoons and get drumming! You can watch the film on the Films page of this website. The film looks at the four main types of percussion sound, and simple ways to recreate them from household objects. There are musical warm-ups, followed by a play-along drumming jam!

As an accompaniment to this film, we’ve provided a music track to make music with in your own time. This is available below and on our Vimeo or YouTube channels. There’s also a rhythms sheet and list of other videos to get you inspired which you can download by clicking on the download button at the top of this page. You can also read the words to remember rhythms by and list of videos to get you inspired below.

Luminate@Home is supported by Baillie Gifford and presented in partnership with Scottish Care. The films are co-produced by Graeme Roger.

Kitchen Drumming Band – music accompaniment track

Kitchen Drumming Band

By Jane Bentley www.artbeatmusic.org 

Words to remember rhythms

Drums

Would you like a cup of tea – (repeat this for simple version)

or…

Would you like a cup of tea

Would you like a cup of tea

Would you like a cup of tea

– No!

Wooden Sounds

No thank you, I’ll have coff-ee (simpler version)

or…

No thank you – I’ll have coff-ee

No thank you – I’ll have coff-ee

No thank you – I’ll have coff-ee

Oooh – coffee, thankyou very much!

Tins

Did you let out the cat just now?

or…

Did you let out the cat just now?

Did you let out the cat just now?

Did you let out the cat just now?

– Aye!

Pans

….Biccies….sugar….biccies….milk!

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