The difficulty of playing an instrument while marching is demonstrated by a marching band playing at the Royal Queensland Show.
Indie pop band Architecture in Helsinki tune up their toy instruments with a cover of Big Bass Drum.
ABC Journalist and presenter Jeremy Fernandez brings his sparkle to the nursery rhyme 'Five Cheeky Monkeys'.
Flynn and Dudley tell a story while using a variety of materials to create sound effects.
The Cat Empire go marching one by one with their rendition of The Ants Go Marching.
A train you won't want to miss. Grab your ticket and jump on board with Casey Donovan singing her exciting cover of Train Is a Coming.
Australia's Eurovision queen Dami Im takes us 'Somewhere over the Rainbow' with a beautiful rendition.
A series of pieces engaging Australian celebrities to perform various songs, nursery rhymes and stories to celebrate 50 years of Play School.
Beloved Play School presenter John Hamblin brings us 'Old MacDonald'.
Legendary Play School presenters Benita Collings and Don Spencer sing the delightful song 'Little Peter Rabbit'.
Join Montaigne exploring a colourful paper world, lending her unique vocals to this delightful rendition of The Paper Song.
Much-loved, multi award-winning singer Kate Ceberano and her daughter Gypsy perform a delightful cover of I like peace, I like quiet.
Soccer champions the Matildas sing their favourite Play School song, When You're Happy and you Know It.
Talented singer-songwriter and dancer Tim Omaji performs "Rhythm".
Explore the use of the body as a percussion instrument with a piece of repertoire that can be used for preinstrumental skill development.
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Encourage your students to develop their musical skills by exploring, imitating and recognising elements of music, including dynamic, pitch and rhythm with this collection.