Flash Activity: Come on! Let’s celebrate!

We’re in a celebratory mood here at Carnegie Hall, having been surrounded the past couple of weeks by a variety of Carnegie Hall holiday performances, the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, and the New Year’s Eve ball that dropped in Times Square, and everywhere we go, we cannot get this fun, celebratory song out of our heads!

 

What song reminds you of a celebration, and why? Post or embed a song that represents a celebration to you.


What is a Flash Activity?

Flash Activities are fun and fast.They are quick activities that we can do collaboratively as a community. Flash activities take only a few minutes to complete, and you have only a few days to complete them. They are designed to help us get to know one another and share in something musical. You will see a current Flash Activity featured on the Musical Exchange homepage approximately every two weeks.

Click here for recent Flash Activities.

Views: 119

Comment

You need to be a member of Carnegie Hall Musical Exchange to add comments!

Comment by Yasmin de Soiza on January 18, 2012 at 12:51pm

This part of Handel's Messiah, known as the Hallelujah chorus, plays in my head every time I accomplish something that I thought was not possible since the music just bleeds of contagious enthusiasm, and make me want to celebrate in victory!!!

Comment by Jonathon Hampton on January 18, 2012 at 11:09am

Sugar Hill Gang is sure to kick off the party every time with "Rapper's Delight". One of the original jams that launched the Hip Hop movement way back in 1979!

About

Carnegie Hall created this Ning Network.

About Musical Exchange

Connect with other young musicians (ages 13 and up), share your performances and compositions, and join creative projects led by professional artists from Carnegie Hall.


 

 

 
 
 

 

 Proud Sponsor

Digital music workshops produced by Carnegie Hall in partnership with Building Beats are supported by the Hive Digital Media Learning Fund in the New York Community Trust.

 

© 2017   Created by Carnegie Hall.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service