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Orchestra Programme

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JOIN OUR FIRST GLOBAL VIRTUAL ORCHESTRA!

How to participate in the Virtual Orchestra Project:

1. Download your music score:
Click on the music (below) for your instrument or if you'd like to sing, click on 'voice'

2. Practise your part with the backing track (below)

3. Time to record yourself on video!
When you are ready to record, set up your device (camera, phone, ipad etc) to video record yourself. Make sure we can see you clearly with your instrument, in a well lit area.
Plug your earphones into your audio device so you can listen to the track whilst you play. This way we can all be playing at the same tempo!

Contact us if you have any issues. Please make sure you register first.

Good luck and thanks in advance for keeping the music playing during these challenging times!

Please use this backing track as a guide when you are recording
Ode to Joy Backing TrackBeethoven
00:00 / 02:51
 
 
MUSIC SCORES- CHOOSE YOUR PART TO PLAY in our HELLO MUSIC GLOBAL VIRTUAL ORCHESTRA
 
Piano
Glockenspiel
Flute 1
Flute 2
Violin 1
Violin 2
Violin 3
Voice
Cello
Clarinet
Trumpet 
French Horn
Trombone
Tuba
Alto Saxophone
Euphonium
Orchestral Score
 

Andre Rieu's inspiring rendition of Ode to Joy!

PAST PROJECTS

Pachelbel's Canon in D

VIRTUAL ORCHESTRA PROJECT

Join the Virtual Orchestra Project and keep the music playing whilst being socially distant!
Download your music and practice!

What is a Virtual Orchestra?

It's an opportunity for musicians to play together even if they can't be together in

the same place. Here are some examples!

Anzac day- Last Post music

JAM session 25 April 2020

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HM Orchestra Book 1:
Songs include: Edelweiss, William Tell, Waltzing Matilda, Twinkle Twinkle, Surprise Symphony, Oh When the Saints, Imperial March, Hava Nagilah, Clown Dance, I Still Call Australia Home

HM Orchestra Book 2:

includes: Innanay,Pomp and Circumstance, Four Seasons 'Spring' and more