NATIONAL ARTS COUNCIL
NAC-AEP Programme Details
Programme ID: AEP0318025
Gypsy Music by the Lost Tribe
- OUTLINE -
The Lost Tribe of Pulau Gypsy demonstrates the lighter side of music with a fun, interactive and informative look at gypsy music. Presented by music graduates from Berklee College of Music and the Vienna Academy of Music. Programme Outline: - Band will perform a classic gypsy tune - Explain what gypsy music is - Describe the gypsies’ lifestyle and how music is associated with and used primarily as a form of celebration and dance - Band will perform and then explain the different parts of music making. Every instrumentalist will undertake the function of melody, accompaniment and rhythm/bass to illustrate the differences.
- LEARNING OBJECTIVES -
This programme is The Lost Tribe’s introduction to the almost magical world of gypsy music, also known as hot jazz that was invented in the 1930s. - Experience and discover the typical instruments used in gypsy music - Experience and understand the sounds associated with nomadic gypsies - Learn the function of the instruments in creating the music At the end of the programme, students (should) Primary - have an awareness and appreciation of the art form - develop some appreciation of the art form - enjoy and enjoy elements of the art form - through enjoying the unique performance by the trio, discover music that the nomadic people were playing and enjoying - spark some interest and inspire the students to learn a musical instrument Secondary/Tertiary - have an awareness and appreciation of the art form - develop an appreciation of the arts to seed engagement in the arts - enjoy and enjoy elements of the art form - through enjoying the unique performance by the trio, discover music that the nomadic people were playing and enjoying - pursue creative and expressive capacities with understanding the function of the instrumental parts
- DETAILS -
Music Room, Theatre, or Hall
Pri - Lower / Pri - Upper / Sec - Lower / Sec - Upper / JC/CI / ITE
- COST -
Schools may use the Tote Board Arts Grant to subsidise the programme cost. There is a subsidy of up to 50% of the programme cost for mainstream schools, and up to 70% of the programme cost for Special Education Schools.
The Tote Board Arts Grant is not applicable to pre-schools. NAC partners selected pre-school centres to receive funding to purchase Pre-School AEP.
The following programme is approved under NAC-AEP 2019-2021 until 31 December 2021.
- CONTACT -
- Good People Music -