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Year 4 Visit GLive

The boys in Year 4 walked down to GLive to experience a live concert.  This is a report written by two of the boys.

Year 4 Trip to G Live to see a Music Concert

This week,  we walked from Lanesborough to G Live.  We went to see a music concert by Southern Pro Music.  Our cello teacher was playing in the concert.

There was a magician doing tricks who hosted the afternoon.   The orchestra played lots of nice music I particularly liked the Concerto for Two Oboes because it sounded like they were having a conversation and it had a good tempo.  The magician introduced the different instruments in the orchestra and the sounds they make.  I liked seeing the cellos, double bases and drummer as I am learning the cello and the drums.  We had to sing a song called the Wigwam Song which the orchestra played at the same time.

Afterwards we walked back to Lanesborough.  I really enjoyed the afternoon.

by Harry F

Excitedly,  the whole of year 4 walked down to Glive at lunchtime to see the orchestra.  Once we were in our seats,  the lights went down to show that it was going to start.   It went straight into the orchestra playing with no introduction.  

My favourite part was Jack and the Beanstalk.  The reason why it was my favourite part is because there wasn’t just the orchestra but also there was a brilliant long rhyming poem which was in time with the beat of the fabulous music.

The instrument I liked best was the massive drum because it was big and powerful when it was hit.  It made a massive boom. 

The host did some magic tricks at the beginning and near the end of the concert which were unbelievable even though I didn’t know how it was done.

It was very enjoyable and l had a great time. 

by Arthur T

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