Making music is too important to leave to the professionals
DIVINE PITCH COMMUNITY
Children and teachers of the St James Spring Holiday Programme feature in this community project, sung at the Divine Pitch (A=432Hz).
"Hold On" is an old Gospel song also known as "Keep Your Hand on the Plough" or "Gospel Plough".
Arrangement - Megan Ward
Keyboard - Jonathan Berkahn
Bass - Bill Vella
Sound and Video - Stephen Riddell
We want to encourage more people to try playing at the “Divine pitch” of A = 432 Hz. Some videos in our Divine Pitch Tunes series have been targeted towards play-along-ability. Watch this space for a series of simple tutorials to help beginners bridge the gap to playing simple folk tunes.
The Alphabet Songbook is a uniquely New Zealand-centric resource for parents and teachers of young children
Music participation contributes positively to every aspect of a young child’s development, but without meaningful resources, caregivers often rely on highly-produced children’s music recordings. The Alphabet Songbook provides accessible pathways for any adult to enjoy singing and playing with children, regardless of any prior musical experience.
Visit alphabetsongbook.nz for online supporting resources and purchase a copy of the book for $25.
Megan has ten years of experience as a teacher of groups and individuals of all ages. She specialises in the violin but can teach a variety of other instruments by request.