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viernes, 22 de mayo de 2015

Premios Carmen Online 2015. Composición y Baile.


Apartado de Composición.


PREMIO Melodía Mejor Interpretada, Categoría A:

medal,gold,award"Habanera" Coro medal,gold,award
CEIP Isabel la Católica
Profesora: Nieves Dominguez Hernández




PREMIO Melodía Mejor Interpretada, Categoría B:


medal,gold,award"Seguidilla"  medal,gold,award
Orquesta Escuela de Centro Musical Serra
Director: Juanjo Marchante Serra



PREMIO Melodía Solista, Categoría A:


medal,gold,award"El toreador cambia de humor"  medal,gold,award
Lucho Gómez Gil
Profesor: Javier Jiménez Nieto



PREMIO Melodía Solista, Categoría B:


medal,gold,award"Marcha del Toreador"  medal,gold,award
Nilo Mata Cervera
Conservatorio de Motril (Granada)



PREMIO Vídeo Más Visto:


medal,gold,award"Seguidilla"  medal,gold,award
Orquesta Escuela de Centro Musical Serra
Director: Juanjo Marchante Serra



PREMIO Mejor Arreglo:


medal,gold,award"Toreador"  medal,gold,award
Colegio Los Naranjos
Profesor: Carlos Piñeiro





Apartado de Baile.


PREMIO Baile y Coreografía Más Original, categoría A:

medal,gold,awardObertura de Carmen, 4º y 5º medal,gold,award
CEIP Ciudad de Los Ángeles




PREMIO Baile y Coreografía Más Original, categoría B:

medal,gold,awardLa banda de 4º versus Snake Dance 2.0 medal,gold,award
Colegio Los Naranjos



PREMIO Baile y Coreografía Más Original, categoría C:

medal,gold,award"Especialmente...Carmen" medal,gold,award
CPEE Juan XXIII





FECHA Y ENTREGA DE PREMIOS:

  •  9 de junio en el auditorio de La Serna de Fuenlabrada, avda. de las comarcas s/n.
  • Hora del evento de 12:00 a 13:00.

El aforo es muy limitado para familiares, así que sólo se reservarán entradas vía petición email (labrujulamusical@gmail.com) hasta completar el aforo. 

viernes, 15 de mayo de 2015

La Brújula Musical ayudando a los niños de Nepal

La Brújula Musical ayudando a los niños de Nepal


Muchas gracias a todos por vuestro apoyo, desde la Brújula Musical queremos solidarizarnos con la catástrofe de Nepal, y hemos hecho una aportación económica a la cuenta de UNICEF

Muchas gracias a todos los que nos ayudáis a seguir adelante y confiáis en este proyecto, esto nos hace crecer y poder ayudar a otras personas.

Hemos preparado este vídeo, Lament for Nepal, espero que os guste:



Si queréis ayudar con la causa os dejamos el siguiente enlace de UNICEF:




miércoles, 13 de mayo de 2015

lunes, 11 de mayo de 2015

Ukulele History and Facts by Kainoa Louis

Palm trees swaying on the beach, tropical breezes, luaus, and hula girls are the immediate images that pop into people's mind when they hear the word ukulele. Because this instrument is so much a part of Hawaiian history and culture that image is certainly understandable, however, the Ukulele's history begins before it's arrival in that island paradise and has long since spanned the world wherever music can be found.

While no one knows exactly where the Ukulele originated, most accept that it was first made in Broga, Portugal and was called the Braginlio in that country. It is known that a Portuguese immigrant by the name Joao Fernandez arrived in Hawaii in 1879 and enthralled the Hawaiians with his ability to play this very musical tiny guitar like instrument. It quickly became popular in Hawaii and the Hawaiians renamed the instrument the Ukulele which meant jumping flea because that is what the hands of a Ukulele player looked liked as they strummed this unique instrument.

There were many homemade ukuleles in existence in the years following its introduction into Hawaiian culture but it was Manuel Nunes who made the first commercial Ukulele in Hawaii in 1916. It sold quickly and other manufactures soon followed suit. As the instruments popularity spread, manufacturers in the continental United States began mass producing this instrument and nearly wiped out all of the Hawaiian manufacturers of this instrument. During WWI, the instruments popularity boomed only to die out in the late 1920s. 

With no consumers to buy this product the manufacturers in the continental United States quit manufacturing the ukulele and business for the manufacturing of this small instrument returned to Hawaii. In recent years, the popularity of this instrument has begun making a comeback but, it remains an "Hawaiian " original. 

While the Ukulele can be manufactured from a number of different woods, the most common is from the koa tree. Ukuleles are used not only to make Hawaiian music, but also classical, jazz, country, reggae, and rock. This instrument is versatile and can be played as a solo instrument or in combination with other instruments.

Ukuleles have between 4-10 strings. The smallest Ukulele is called a standard or Soprano but there is also the concert, tenor, baritone, cut away and the 10 string steel string triple Ukulele. 

While there are many fine professional ukulele players, this instrument is also a popular choice of people who simply enjoy learning a musical instrument for their own enjoyment and entertainment. Actor William H. Macy and the late Marilyn Monroe both enjoyed playing this instrument, as does the investment banker Warren Buffet.

With the renewed interest and popularity of the Ukulele, people are anxious to not only learn how to play this instrument but to learn more about it. This has lead to the opening of several museums dedicated to this instrument around the world and a booming business for people who can and are willing to give ukulele lessons to interested pupils. 

Though the interest in this tiny instrument is encompassing the globe, it will always remain in the hearts and the souls of the Hawaiian people, the essence of Hawaiian music.




About Author

Kainoa Louis has been playing the ukulele for 25 years and shares his passion for the ukulele atwww.EasyUkulele.com. Learn more about the different types of ukuleles by visiting his Web site.
"Ukulele History and Facts" articlealley.com

Ukulele Friday Fun. Clases Low Cost de ukelele en grupo. Madrid centro



Ukuele Friday Fun!!! Low cost group classes for only 20 euros/month 4 hours lessons, what are you waiting for? Begginers Fridays at 18:00 / Intermediate and advanced 19:00.

Where? Just in the centre of madrid, near Anton Martín and Lavapiés (Madrid)
more info: labrujulamusical@gmail.com
or just call us: 605 161429

Ukelele Friday Fun! Low cost clases en grupos reducidos, por 20 euros al mes, 4 horas. A que estas esperando? Iniciación Viernes 18:00 / Intermedio Avanzado 19:00.

Dónde? madrid centro, cerca de Antón Martín y Lavapiés. (Madrid)
reservar plaza: labrujulamusical@gmail.com

La Brújula Musical