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Music

Tom Jordan is a local musician and songwriter. He was commissioned to write and record a song which captured the mood of the project; some ideas for lyrics were provided by the project team and the result is the catchy number, “Wythenshawe, Our Garden City”

the concept: We asked Ringway Primary School to provide the singers and Andy, armed with the backing track, taught a group of Year 5 children, the song! We then recorded it in a recording studio. The final song was then given to the dancers so that they could interpret the music through that medium. The song was performed by the children at the Community Showcase on 5th September.

 

Our Garden City Theme Song (Sample)

Our Garden City Theme Song (Full version)

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Downloads

Download the App. for your device either point your device at the library wall or use the Trigger Images on the Augmented Reality page.     PDF (12MB)

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Street Art

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Street Dance

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Poetry

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Oral Histories

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