Students should be working on the Remote Learning Assignment for the week of May 26 (due Monday, 6/1).
Details can be found in Google Classroom.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for Senior Music Night yesterday, and to the Seniors for sending pictures and recording performances! If you missed it - here's one of the slideshow presentations we showed:
Weekly Feature: Unique Instruments 2
Several weeks ago, I featured a new unique instrument every day. Because there are no shortage of interesting instruments in this world, here's part 2!
As the name suggest, these instruments produces sound hydraulically. The term actually classifies an entire category of instruments just like strings, woodwinds or percussion. It provides a sensory experience as music is played by covering different water jets to produce different pitches. You can think of the hydrolauphone as a hybrid, an underwater flute meets a pipe organ. Some hydrolauphones use reeds much in the same way woodwind instruments do, such as the H2Oboe.