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Small (and big) children draw guitars and other musical impressions

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  • WillieWillie HamburgNew Old french mystery
    edited October 2021 Posts: 422

    A new episode of "Preschool class drawing stringed and wind instruments". All the little artists are 5 or 6 years old. I love the different approaches of the children, some of them rather precise in their drawings, some of them letting their fantasy run wild:

    Maya

    Archtop.

    Jule

    Flattop? Archtop?.

    Dilara

    Big archtop, little teacher.

    Koudai

    Small guitar, big guitar, saxophone, guitar.

    Summer

    Mr. Moser and his Martin flattop. (Mr. Moser is trainee at our school. We played some blues on guitars and wind instruments while the children were drawing.)

    Paul

    Flattop.

    Finn

    Alto saxophone.

    Elisabeth

    Fretboard, alto.

    Damla

    Alto saxophone.

    Jaiden

    Archtop and teacher.

    Mina

    Guitar music.

    Nella

    Mr. Moser and his flattop.

    Leyla

    Teacher, flattop, alto.

  • WillieWillie HamburgNew Old french mystery
    edited October 2021 Posts: 422

    Today we danced again in third grade. First we had a look at several short videos (Bill Bailey, Fred Astaire, Cab Calloway and such), then did some basic tap dance (toe, heel, brush) and freestyle at the end. Here is what my 8 and 9 years old girls and boys were drawing afterwards:

    THE STICK FIGURE DANCE ROUTINE!

    Lucy

    Matz

    Willi

    Lily

    Inas

    Lenny

    Tamika

    Aarav

    Berat Can

    Ela

    Anton

    Marita

    Berat

    Maram

    Tom

    Tanja

    Merlin

    Ruben


    Buco
  • WillieWillie HamburgNew Old french mystery
    Posts: 422

    Osman, 9

    Rehearsing with friends under pandemic conditions.

    Buco
  • WillieWillie HamburgNew Old french mystery
    edited November 2021 Posts: 422

    Orla, 9

    Lily, Orla and Lale bust some moves.

    ("Am I not dancing well?" - "Yes, Orla!" - "That's fun! Yeah!")

    Buco
  • WillieWillie HamburgNew Old french mystery
    Posts: 422
  • WillieWillie HamburgNew Old french mystery
    Posts: 422

    Not a drawing of a guitar, but No. 2 reminds me of a story that really happened about 50 years ago to a befriended rock band. They had a gig in some club in Munich and were looking foreward to the A&R man of some record company. The drummer thought that everything had to look perfect and adjusted the tuning machines of the guitarists 12string just the way shown on the picture above. When the guitarist had strummed the first chord, the A&R man stood up and left the club.

    BucoBill Da Costa Williamsbillyshakes
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