Feis Ross – Traditional Music

On a Wednesday morning, the Primary 4 and 5 children, come together to take part in Feis Ross sessions. The children listen to and learn different songs,linked to Scottish culture.

So far, the children have learned active songs to help them say ‘hello’ and ‘how are you?’ in Gaelic. They have also been learning about rhythm, through the use of claves and egg shaker instruments. The children have also been learning about the ukulele and how to play some of its chords.

The photos below are from last week’s Feis Ross music session. 🙂

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