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As well as the Four Short Pieces, we are also learning this piece for our concert on March 18th. Listening to the youtube videos are a great way to get used to this piece. Even better, see if you can play along with it! You can either choose the right video for your instrument and follow the music on the screen or you can follow your own music in your orchestra folder.

Strings Play Along

Percussion Play Along

Brass Play Along

Woodwind Play Along

On Friday 21st May 2021 the Longfleet School Orchestra gave their first performance since March 2020! Following more than a year of social distancing, cancelled rehearsals and then year group rehearsals we are finally able to play all together again. It was lovely to be able to invite a small group of teachers to come and listen to us play and we hope you enjoy watching these recordings. Below the recordings you can see pictures of all our orchestra members. We are very proud of all of them for their aspiration, resilience, hard work and talent.

Superhero Blues May 2021

Latin Lullaby May 2021

String Section

Woodwind Section

Brass Section

Percussion Section


22nd May 2019

Posted: 23/05/19

Our school orchestra recently gained twenty-two new recorder players from Years 3 & 4 and three new violin players from Crocodile Class.  To celebrate, we learnt a piece of music called ‘Superhero Blues’ and performed it to the parents after school on Wednesday. Children representing each of our instruments also performed a piece of music. The recorders kicked off the concert with ‘Chilled’, followed by performances from the flutes and clarinets. Our cello pupils performed Frere Jacques in three parts and a Grade 2 piece called ‘Happy Places’. Jiya then gave us a lovely solo violin performance of a piece from ‘Carmen’. Our trombones, cornets and trumpets gave a lively rendition of ‘Strollin’ followed by impressive solos by Zoya on the piano and Josh on the drumkit. The concert ended with ‘Superhero Blues’ performed by the whole orchestra. Well done to the orchestra (especially if that was your first ever performance) and thank you to all the parents, families, friends and teachers who came to listen.