Warwick School Music Challenge
Mr Robertson, Head of Music Performance, will be running a weekly House Music Competition, and valuable house points are on offer upon completion of the challenges.
The task for week commencing 20th April was to upload a video of yourself playing the longest note you can on your instrument. This included home made instruments and voices too!
The winning house was Brooke, with a convincing win of 2 1/2 minutes.
1st place: Brooke - 8 minutes 30 seconds (or 3 hours 24 minutes 55 seconds if you include Tommy Perry's ethically questionable, but cunning entry)
2nd place: Oken - 5 minutes 59 seconds
3rd place: Tudor - 3 minutes 32 seconds
4th place: Guy - 1 minute 38 seconds
5th place: Leycester - 1 minute 15 seconds
Alas, not a single entry from Greville, who are therefore disqualified.
In addition, 5 House Points were awarded for each of the following:
Theatricality Award: Tim Yeung (Leycester) - for turning a single note into a captivating performance.
Noisy Neighbour Award: Tivik Perananthem (Tudor) - for playing his trumpet note in the garden.
Machiavellian Award: Tommy Perry (Brooke) - for an creating an ingenious way to play a note for over 3 hours.
House Points Allocation
Brooke: 30 points
Tudor: 20 points
Oken: 18 points
Guy: 15 points
Leycetser: 15 points
Congratulations to everyone who took part. Details of the next House Music Competition will be announced shortly on the weekly challenge page.