Group Music Project

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  • Group Music Project

    1. 1. Hello everyone! Mr. Maraca here, saying hello from a very far off and exotic place! It is interesting being on a land mass that is completely surrounded by water! Since I have been here I have written at least twelve haiku poems and have never entered a house with my shoes on! While going through my travels I have seen men in giant white diapers and women with powdered white faces and elaborate dresses! Well, I’m going to go have my rice for the evening, even though I already had it for breakfast and lunch! Goodbye and talk to you soon! - Mr. Maraca
    2. 2. I’m in... JAPAN!
    3. 3. I’m in... JAPAN!
    4. 4. I’m in... JAPAN!
    5. 5. I’m in... JAPAN!
    6. 6. I’m in... JAPAN!
    7. 7. I’m in... JAPAN!
    8. 8. Japan is a chain of islands located in Asia
    9. 9. Japan is a chain of islands located in Asia More than 70% of Japan is made up of mountains, including more than 200 volcanoes!
    10. 10. Famous Attractions
    11. 11. Famous Attractions The Imperial Palace in Tokyo
    12. 12. Famous Attractions - home to the Emperor of Japan - there are huge stone walls surrounding the building and tons of gardens surrounding it - much of the area is closed to tourists since it is the Emperor’s home The Imperial Palace in Tokyo
    13. 13. Famous Attractions - home to the Emperor of Japan - there are huge stone walls surrounding the building and tons of gardens surrounding it - much of the area is closed to tourists since it is the Emperor’s home The Imperial Palace in Tokyo Mount Fuji
    14. 14. Famous Attractions - home to the Emperor of Japan - there are huge stone walls surrounding the building and tons of gardens surrounding it - much of the area is closed to tourists since it is the Emperor’s home The Imperial Palace in Tokyo Mount Fuji - Mt. Fuji is 12,388 ft high! - it also happens to be an active volcano - people come to climb it, paraglide off of it, or simply view it from a distance
    15. 15. Festivals
    16. 16. Festivals The Aomori Nebuta Festival
    17. 17. Festivals The Aomori Nebuta Festival - the festival takes place every August 2nd-7th in the city of Aomori, which is located on Japan’s main island, Honshu - This event attracts the most visitors because of the colorful floats and lanterns (called “nebuta”)
    18. 18. Festivals The Aomori Nebuta Festival - the festival takes place every August 2nd-7th in the city of Aomori, which is located on Japan’s main island, Honshu - This event attracts the most visitors because of the colorful floats and lanterns (called “nebuta”) - There is always a dance portion of the event where dancers (called “haneto”) dress in special costumes - anyone can purchase their own costume and join in the event
    19. 19. Festivals The Aomori Nebuta Festival - the festival takes place every August 2nd-7th in the city of Aomori, which is located on Japan’s main island, Honshu - This event attracts the most visitors because of the colorful floats and lanterns (called “nebuta”) - There is always a dance portion of the event where dancers (called “haneto”) dress in special costumes - anyone can purchase their own costume and join in the event
    20. 20. Sapporo Snow Festival
    21. 21. Sapporo Snow Festival - one of Japan’s largest and most - it is held during February each distinctive events year in Sapporo, Japan
    22. 22. Sapporo Snow Festival - one of Japan’s largest and most - it is held during February each distinctive events year in Sapporo, Japan - the festival is made up of - the festival is held to promote hundreds of snow statues and ice international relations sculptures
    23. 23. Sapporo Snow Festival - one of Japan’s largest and most - it is held during February each distinctive events year in Sapporo, Japan - the festival is made up of - the festival is held to promote hundreds of snow statues and ice international relations sculptures
    24. 24. Musical Instruments
    25. 25. Musical Instruments
    26. 26. Musical Instruments - The Koto is the national instrument of Japan - It is made out of ‘kiri wood’ and has 13 long strings that are strung over 13 moveable bridges along the width of the instrument - The Koto is played using three fingers (thumb, middle, and index) to pluck along the strings
    27. 27. Musical Instruments - The Koto is the national instrument of Japan - It is made out of ‘kiri wood’ and has 13 long strings that are strung over 13 moveable bridges along the width of the instrument - The Koto is played using three fingers (thumb, middle, and index) to pluck along the strings
    28. 28. Musical Instruments - The Koto is the national instrument of Japan - It is made out of ‘kiri wood’ and has 13 long strings that are strung over 13 moveable bridges along the width of the instrument - The Koto is played using three fingers (thumb, middle, and index) to pluck along the strings - The Taiko drum comes in many different forms - The largest type of Taiko drum is called the Odaiko - The Odaiko is too big to move and they are permanently placed in temples or shrines - Odaiko drums are made from a single piece of wood; sometimes from trees that are hundreds of years old!
    29. 29. Music From Japan
    30. 30. Music From Japan
    31. 31. Music From Japan 1. Bamboo Flute
    32. 32. Music From Japan 1. Bamboo Flute
    33. 33. Music From Japan 1. Bamboo Flute
    34. 34. Music From Japan 1. Bamboo Flute 2. Sakura (famous Japanese song)
    35. 35. Music From Japan 1. Bamboo Flute 2. Sakura (famous Japanese song)
    36. 36. Music From Japan 1. Bamboo Flute 2. Sakura (famous Japanese song)
    37. 37. Music From Japan 1. Bamboo Flute 2. Sakura (famous Japanese song) 3. Kodo Ibuki Taiko Drums
    38. 38. Music From Japan 1. Bamboo Flute 2. Sakura (famous Japanese song) 3. Kodo Ibuki Taiko Drums
    39. 39. Music From Japan 1. Bamboo Flute 2. Sakura (famous Japanese song) 3. Kodo Ibuki Taiko Drums
    40. 40. Music From Japan 1. Bamboo Flute 2. Sakura (famous Japanese song) 3. Kodo Ibuki Taiko Drums 4. Fuyu Momiji (‘winter maple’ song)
    41. 41. Music From Japan 1. Bamboo Flute 2. Sakura (famous Japanese song) 3. Kodo Ibuki Taiko Drums 4. Fuyu Momiji (‘winter maple’ song)
    42. 42. Music From Japan 1. Bamboo Flute 2. Sakura (famous Japanese song) 3. Kodo Ibuki Taiko Drums 4. Fuyu Momiji (‘winter maple’ song)
    43. 43. Music From Japan 1. Bamboo Flute 2. Sakura (famous Japanese song) 3. Kodo Ibuki Taiko Drums 4. Fuyu Momiji (‘winter maple’ song) 5. Seki Setsu (‘meditation on rocks and snow’ song)
    44. 44. Music From Japan 1. Bamboo Flute 2. Sakura (famous Japanese song) 3. Kodo Ibuki Taiko Drums 4. Fuyu Momiji (‘winter maple’ song) 5. Seki Setsu (‘meditation on rocks and snow’ song)

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