1. Brief Community Sound Introduction

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    from Harry Wallington Added 65 0 0

    This short video was produced as part of a pilot 'community music' project run in 2014. The aim is to encourage maximum participation using basic percussion as well as singing, bringing together a wide cross-section of the community in a therapeutic setting using popular music from the last 60 years. We are based in Abbey Wood in South East London - and very much looking for singers and musicians to join us with the aim of restarting in September 2015 for a bi-monthly event. Please contact Harry at abbeywoodcommunitymusic@gmail.com

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    • Interview with Janet Lee, Critical Care Practitioner.

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      from Wishing Well Added 44 0 0

      Janet Lee, Critical Care Practitioner at the Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital, Brighton, reflecting on the impact of live music interactions on the High Dependency Ward.

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      • Wishing Well at The Alex

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        The Wishing Well Musicians bringing live, interactive music for well being to the children and families at The Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital, Brighton.

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        • The making of "Let it Be (Enjoy the Greatness)"

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          from The Human Sound Project Added 538 0 0

          This video shows the the process behind the making of the song “Let it be (Enjoy the greatness)" - created by approximately 70 people at the The Church of St Luke and St Mathew in Brooklyn NYC, January 2014. The song was inspired by the groups' stories about times in life when one just has to let things be. Listen to the full song here: https://soundcloud.com/thehumansoundproject/enjoy-the-greatness

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          • Anonymous XI "Gil Scott"

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            from Bernard Osei Added 27 0 0

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            • Shapla Takeover Festival 2014

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              from Spitalfields Music Added 143 0 0

              Takeover Festival is project which enables Year 3 pupils to become amateur producers with responsibility for the programming and production of their own miniature festival. They took over Shapla Primary School for an entire day on Tuesday 17 December with singing, dancing and creative activities.

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              • Percussion Workshop - Rhythm & Movement

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                A short video designed to inform potential backers of a series of creative music workshops for children.

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                • An Introduction to Crowd Out

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                  from Spitalfields Music Added 1,318 0 0

                  David Lang's new composition for 1000 voices. Crowd Out is commissioned by Birmingham Contemporary Music Group with financial assistance from Arts Council England and individuals through BCMG’s Sound Investment scheme; Spitalfields Music with major funding support from Arts Council England and financial assistance from its New Music Commission Fund; and the Education Programme of the Berliner Philharmoniker, supported by Deutsche Bank.

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                  • Road Rage: Evaluation Debate (SECTION 2)

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                    from Garsington Opera Added 19 0 0

                    Debate chaired by Katie Tearle OBE, founder of Glyndebourne Education and currently Head of Opera and Dance with the Edition Peters Group. Film 2 Discussion about Road Rage: How does a community opera bring about personal change and what is the legacy of a large-scale project like this? Is there value to big projects over smaller more contained projects? How do you best work with a community cast? Nicky Creed Executive Director Garsington Opera Richard Stilgoe OBE Librettist Road Rage Lea Cornthwaite Vocal Director Participants (cast).

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                    • Richard Gill Choral and Orchestral Boot Camp

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                      Creative Regions and CQUniversity Bundaberg partnered to deliver a week-long intensive with Richard Gill, one of Australia's leading conductors and music educators. The project brought music teachers and community musicians together for five days of conducting masterclasses and rehearsals leading to a community concert on Friday, 4 October 2013. This is the story of the Richard Gill Choral and Orchestral Boot Camp.

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