"Ee-oh!"

Vocal difficulty: 3 of 5
Accompaniment difficulty: 3 of 5
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Our Friday Afternoons Ambassadors show us how to articulate our vowels when we are singing.

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Advice from Friday Afternoons Ambassadors Emily Barden and Charles MacDougall on how to count and keep a steady pulse.

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Friday Afternoons Ambassadors Dominic Ellis-Peckham and Emily Barden share their top tips on how to include dynamics into your singing.

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Friday Afternoons Ambassador Charlotte Brosnan shares some performance skills tips.

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Advice on breathing and airflow technique from Friday Afternoons Ambassadors Charles MacDougall and Tom Appleton.

Worksheets

A resource to help students explore the musical elements of Ee-Oh!:
- Conunct and Disjunct
- Plagal cadence
- Dressing up a tune in different ways

Lesson Plans

A KS2 lesson plan for Ee-oh! exploring six subject areas:
- Understanding English, communication and languages
- Information and Communications Technology
- Scientific and Technological understanding
- Historical, geographical and social understanding

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Other Song Information

Song Credits

Music by
Benjamin Britten

Words by
Anon - 'Tom Tiddler's Ground' - Walter de la Mare

Performance track:
Singers: New London Children’s Choir
Conductor: Ronald Corp
Accompanist: Alexander Wells

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