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Farlingaye Musical projects and snapshots - students & Community playlists

Music has always played an important role within the school and local community. Never more so than during these difficult times. The work showcased below includes original composition work, performances, arrangements, interviews and collaborations. The contributions and conversation are from staff, students, ex-students and parents. We will be updating these playlists throughout the year and hope to include snippets of concerts when we can.

However, the main purpose of the project is to gain insight into what students have been creating, what ex-students are now doing and how music continues to flourish in the Farlingaye music community and beyond.

This could be used as a resource for nursing homes and care settings for those who love music or simply enjoy listening. You may also wish to share it with family members who would enjoy a listen too.

A project to lift the spirits. Happy listening.

Gemma Martino

REFLECTIONS ON NATURE 

 

Compositions by A Level Music and Music Tech students.

MUSIC TECH PROJECTS

 

Projects involving Music Tech students.

PLAYLISTS OF THE ERAS

This is an easy listening option for those who wish to reminisce or learn about classical music or eras.  Ideal for Nursing Homes and Care Homes (contains YouTube links for ease).

EX-FARLINGAYE STUDENTS INTERVIEWED ON THEIR CAREER IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

 

Ex-students talk about the impact of music and working in the industry.

EX-FARLINGAYE STUDENTS SHOWCASE THEIR TALENT AND WORK

 

Analysis of classical work, playing in an Orchestra and an interview with Andrew Marshall, Billy Ellish's drummer.

INSTRUMENTAL / VOCAL COLLABORATIONS AND PERFORMANCES

 

Students and staff performing a variety of songs and instrumental pieces, both originals and covers. 

VOCAL COVERS AND ORIGINALS

 

Students performing a variety of songs, both original and covers.