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Written by Karli & Ryley, Snowy River Campus Term 3 2013   

Today we had the music workshop. The man running it was a local musician who goes by the name of Nick. In music workshop we had to act like a band in our core groups. Core one had to go first. There was six bass drums, six snares, four hand drums and there were six people on shakers and tambourines. For the first hour we did basic rock beats, the bass drums started and eventually everyone else joined in. After we finished with that we had two volunteers come up and play two songs. During these songs we had to come up with our own little beat to that song, but we all had to do it together. For the last 15 minutes we just had a bit of a play around with the drums and guitars and things.

Karli (Mooroopna SC) & Ryley (Numurkah SC)


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