How’s the Weather Song

How’s the Weather Song

How’s the weather? It’s sunny. How’s the weather? It’s sunny. How’s the weather? It’s sunny. It’s sunny today. How’s the weather? It’s rainy. How’s the weather? It’s rainy. How’s the weather? It’s rainy. It’s rainy today. How’s the weather? It’s cloudy. How’s the weather? It’s cloudy. How’s the weather? It’s cloudy. It’s cloudy, today. How’s the weather? It’s windy. How’s the weather? It’s windy. How’s the weather? It’s windy. It’s…

Water Cycle Song

Water Cycle Song

The water cycle Woow woow Takes the water and moves it Up and and down and All around the earth! The evaporation comes when the heat from the sun warms up all the ground water then it turns to water vapor condensation takes over it goes up to the clouds water vapor cools down and it changes to a liquid now! Persipit– ation happens when the drops get big, it…

4:4 all down rhythm (Guitar Lesson BC-116) Guitar for beginners Stage 1

4:4 all down rhythm (Guitar Lesson BC-116) Guitar for beginners Stage 1

Hi, how’re you doing? Justin here again and in this little lesson we’re gonna be starting our discussion of rhythm. We’ve already looked at chords and changing between chords and all sorts of stuff, now it’s time to understand a little bit about how we play them. Now, the first thing that I wanna talk about is a thing called a bar and it’s not the place that we all…

Rhythm and Hues

Rhythm and Hues

Art has developed throughout the centuries originating as a form of communication and evolving into a symbol of identity and a popular form of protest. But how, and when, did it become so diverse? I’m here to find out whether street art and graffiti live up to their deviant branding or whether it’s actually a form of self-expression and social protest I’ve often associated street art with political protest and…

Rhythm Guitar Basics 3 (Guitar Lesson BC-156) Guitar for beginners Stage 5

Rhythm Guitar Basics 3 (Guitar Lesson BC-156) Guitar for beginners Stage 5

How are you doing? Justin here. In this lesson we’re going to be checking out a “blues shuffle rhythm”. Now, hopefully you’ve checked out the previous lesson on triplets and you’re kind of comfy with the idea of counting triplets, cos if you’re not, you’re going to find this lesson little difficult. So go and check it out if you haven’t. So, what is a blues shuffle? Well, first of…

Bubble Guppies Theme Song | Nick Jr. | Song

Bubble Guppies Theme Song | Nick Jr. | Song

(SINGING) B-B-Bubble G-G-Guppies. Bubble Bubble Bubble, Guppy Guppy Guppy. Bubble. Bubble. Guppy! Guppy! Bubble Guppies! I’m Molly. I’m Gill. I’m Goby. I’m Deema. I’m Oona. I’m Nonny. [BARKING] Bubble Puppy! B-B-Bubble G-G-Guppies. Bubble, Bubble, Bubble, Guppy, Guppy, Guppy. Bubble, Bubble, Guppy, Guppy. Bubble Guppies! Bubble Guppies! NARRATOR: You can watch more Bubble Guppies in the free Nick Jr. app.

How to Play African Drums : Kuku Rhythm on a Djembe Drum

How to Play African Drums : Kuku Rhythm on a Djembe Drum

In this clip, we going to talk about a very important rhythm called kuku. Kuku is a very popular with them. They play it almost all over Africa, in all parties and to make people dance. So let’s start with the signal. The signal is what you do before you start playing the drum. The leader do the signal and everybody follows. So, the signal if I have to do…

The “Secret” to Improving Your Rhythm and Time by Chick Corea

The “Secret” to Improving Your Rhythm and Time by Chick Corea

One really good exercise that I think most musicians, a lot of artists, a lot of people use this, it’s a really good way to check your own judgment to see how to improve your judgment. Because it’s your judgment you’re working with. So one way to do that is- it’s an easy way to apprentice. What you do is you find a recording of a passage or song or…

Rhythm Guitar Basics 1 (Guitar Lesson BC-136) Guitar for beginners Stage 3

Rhythm Guitar Basics 1 (Guitar Lesson BC-136) Guitar for beginners Stage 3

Hi, how’re you doing? It’s Justin here, and today we are going to start looking at a little bit more strumming, but only a little bit. So I’m still wanting you to be very conscious of making sure that you get your chord changes fast enough to handle our strumming patterns. But I do want to introduce the next concept, which is that of an “and”. Now, we previously mentioned…