Cadential 6/4 Progressions
This is an advanced theory resource, for students studying Grade 6 music theory and above, and for students of A-level music.
Remember that a 6/4 chord is a second inversion chord. You may only use second inversion chords at recognised places, such as in Cadential 6/4, Passing 6/4 and Auxiliary 6/4 progressions. You will need to learn these thoroughly, and then be able to apply them to any key.
Application Form to join the Norfolk Keyboard Orchestra
The NKO Christmas Show
NKO – the Norfolk Keyboard Orchestra – is a group of Norfolk schoolchildren playing keyboards together, as an orchestra. We make a fantastic and unique sound – it has to be heard to be believed!
Our Christmas Show is on Sunday 14th December. The venue is St Francis of Assisi School, Jessopp Road, Norwich NR2 3QB. The Show starts at 7.00pm, with doors opening at 6.45pm.
There is no admission fee to the Show, but during the Interval you will be able to buy refreshments and there will also be a raffle. You can buy your raffle tickets on the door.
Hemblington Church in rural Norfolk – a beautiful place to sit and think, to enjoy the countryside, to walk or cycle to, and of course to worship.
I am proud to be the organist at this little church in the middle of a field. But there’s a lane leading to the church, and room to park your car if you choose to drive there. And there’s a very warm welcome from the congregation, should you turn up in time for the 9.30am Sunday service. The church is open every day, and has a fantastic mediaeval wall painting. To find out more about Hemblington Church, please have a look here.
The Rhythm Project – EVERYTHING IS RHYTHM
Here is an amazing video by the Dutch film-maker Thomas Roebers. I fully endorse the sentiment that EVERYTHING IS RHYTHM. Watch this video, and you’ll believe it too.
By the brothers Thomas Roebers and Floris Leeuwenberg
Film Crew during one month in Baro, Guinee Afrika
Beautiful sound design and sound recording by Bjorn Warning
Translator and rhythm specialist Thomas Bonekamp
With special thanks to the chief:
DJEMBEFOLA: Mansa Camio