Since 2001, the Musicians Mentoring in Schools Programme has connected New Zealand’s top musical artists with emerging young talent in schools from Kaitaia to Invercargill. More than 150 artists have shared their expertise in songwriting, instrumental and vocal technique, recording technology, and music industry insight – including Jon Toogood, Maisey Rika, Anonymouz, Louis Baker, Julia Deans and Troy Kingi.
Resources for the Hook, Line and Sing-a-long 2021 Song "Aroha I Aotearoa" Written by Anna Feillet From Otago Girls’ High School Are Available Now!
Anna Feillet is 13 years old and is in Year 9. Born in Dunedin, Anna’s family originate from France and she is very proud of her bi-lingual, dual heritage. Her interests include dance, drawing, reading and baking as well as everything musical. As well as ‘ukulele and guitar Anna is a capable pianist and is now also learning drums. Her song writing commenced last year, as a wellness taonga for a young cancer sufferer.
Resources for the Hook, Line and Sing-a-long 2019 Song "Aotearoa, Nō Te Katoa" Written by Lucy Summerfield From Motueka High School Are Online Now!
Whether you are a music specialist or not you will find what you need to have students sing and play (ukulele) along to the charming "Aotearoa, nō te katoa", written by Lucy Summerfield from Motueka High School.
Paper sheets for download, Lucy's full recording, backing track, plus a NZ sign language translation are all found at http://hooklineandsingalong.com/2019-2/.
These resources are brought to you by MENZA and The NZ Music Commission, special thanks to Paddy Hill and Sarah Mason.