cerddora

Monthly Archives: January 2012


1940s storytelling

Create your own radio play and enjoy a sing along of songs from the war!

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Spiv

Fancy making a radio play set in the forties? All sound effects and script supplied, CD recording for each group. Either read out a prepared script or write and create out your own! This idea formed at Marshfield Primary school…

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Tinkinswood

CADW have been excavating again at Tinkinswood and I was lucky enough to take part! It was an extremely exciting and enlightening experience. At the end of March I shall be working with Dr. Ffion Reynolds in local schools to…

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Educational resources

Here are a couple of links to educational resources I have co-authored. http://www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk/musicappraising/default.aspx?locale=en A great website for teaching music. It has loads of recordings of music of all different genres. Lots of help for students to understand different types of…

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Consider your elf

Yet another fantastic place that I work in is the Wales Millennium Centre. Whilst working there in December I made a typo while copying out the words to the song from Oliver, Consider Yourself. This mistake was to prove to…

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My brother

Steff Adams has released his new album! The song writing is sublime and the musicianship is beautiful. Get it here: http://www.steffadams.net/

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Cerddora

Croeso/Welcome to my blog! Cerddora is a Welsh word that means “make music”. It could also mean “make poetry” because Cerdd can mean music or poetry. In the Welsh language the link between poetry and music is therefore made obvious….

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