Bolton School Infants

Infants Travel the World by Tuba

  • Travelling by Tuba boys with alpine horn
  • Travelling by Tuba pupils playing instruments
  • Travelling by Tuba percussion
  • Travelling by Tuba noise makers
  • Travelling by Tuba maracas
  • Travelling by Tuba drums
  • Travelling by Tuba dressed up
  • Travelling by Tuba girl playing horn
  • Travelling by Tuba audience participation
  • Travelling by Tuba trumpet
  • Travelling by Tuba strange instrument
  • Travelling by Tuba girl drumming

All the children in Beech House enjoyed a trip around the world today with Travelling by Tuba. They listened to music from many countries including Italy, Africa and Great Britain and had a wonderful time learning to play a range of unusual instruments including a horn from Tibet. Year two pupils were also able to create their own Spanish samba music during additional workshops.

 

 

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