Lots of free music resources and online music education tuition videos on a wide range of instruments as well as singing. Brought to you by Lancashire Music Service teachers.
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There are loads of free resources for brass players of all abilities including backing tracks and practice pieces.
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Ableton Live is software for music creation and performance. It comes with instruments, sounds, effects and lots of creative features. It's a great tool for music production, composition and improvisation.
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The Voices Foundation are hosting a singing assembly every day at 1pm. You can also find all the previous sessions as well.
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ABC Music have set up Home School to support all families during the lock down. These creative resources are aimed at KS1 and KS2 and also support numeracy and literacy.
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The ABRSM have developed their 'Play On' resources to support teachers, musicians and parents with daily updates and free content.
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Sing Up are offering some of their helpful and fun content free to use at home during the lockdown.
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The National Youth Choir of Scotland Website are putting up daily videos with some brilliant ideas for songs and games. There are linked songsheets and instructions for each video.
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Sound and Music have created extra free content on their fantastic Minute of Listening resources for parents and teachers to use during the lockdown.
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The English Folk Dance and Song Society have a brilliant website with some excellent resources for all ages, including stories, dance and drama activities.
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This lovely website with activities for 3 – 7 year old's is offering free subscriptions until the end of June 2020.
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A useful app which lets you create your own music using different sounds, loops and atmospheres.
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Some great ideas for music and craft activities from the Royal Opera House with a new theme and new ideas each week.
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Birmingham Contemporary Music Group has two sets of fun digital resources to encourage children to create music in their homes. There is one set for children who don’t have a musical instrument and another set for those who do.
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A fun and friendly YouTube Channel with some great vocal coaching videos.
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Out of the Ark Music has a range of free singing resources for primary age children to enjoy singing and song
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Free music maker app is a simple to use tool for composing by combining different sounds and rhythms, you can also record your voice and add to compositions.
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A mix of traditional and technology based practice resources for singing, recorder, piano, clarinet, saxophone, violin, drum kit and trumpet.
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Brian Gossard's channel on YouTube has some great music education videos.
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Horrible Histories meets music's greatest composers in this ten-part podcast from the author and comedian David Walliams.
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Saxophonist and presenter Jess Gillam is inviting all instrumentalists to be part of her Virtual Scratch Orchestra.
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Ukulele fun for all on this website! If you already play then this will help keep you going and if you are a complete beginner, this website has lessons starting from scratch.
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BBC Bring the Noise has a huge amount of brilliant interactive musical resources.
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