What does a mute do?! What about valves – are they like the kind in a car engine?! What holds a reed on a clarinet?! And what is a slide if it’s not on a playground?! What is the difference between a muzzle and a mouthpiece? Our second afternoon together will reveal all of the tricks to playing wind instruments! And if you know how to play the flute, don’t forget to bring one along!
For the 1st and 2nd grades:
Anyone who brings a flute or another wind instrument will play together with our guests, who are players of wind instruments. We’ll be getting to know not only musicians, but also the music that can be played on wind instruments.
For the 3rd and 4th grades:
Wind instruments: recorder players are welcome! Together with the children, we will create a little orchestra consisting of flute and Orff melodic and non-melodic percussion instruments.
We begin each encounter in the Suk Hall at the Rudolfinum, where we draw the children and their teachers into the topic for the entire morning with a playful format. The group programme is always connected with 3–4 interactive workshops (for smaller groups of pupils) full of topically interrelated vocal, movement, instrumental, and visual arts activities. In addition, you can look forward to the traditional concluding – and this time definitely elemental – musical five-minute session.
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