Category: General Music

Piano

Below you can find some recordings of performances of pieces from a variety of genres and composer throughout my career. Recording quality varies for the examples below, but I hope they will give you an idea of what I have to offer.

An den Frühling Op 43, No 6 by Edvard Grieg (Piano, 2006)

Etude Op.1, No.12 by Franz Liszt (Piano, 2006)

“Romance” from Trois Rag-Caprices by Darius Milhaud (Piano, 2006)

Jeunes Filles Au Jardin by Federico Mompou (Piano, 2006)

III from Five Bagatelles by Carl Vine (Piano, 2006)

Payment

Please contact me on (02) 9043 5263 or at teaching@patmore.net.au before making a payment so I can ensure I am available and can meet your requirements.

For deposits, I will invoice you the remaining balance via paypal after receiving this initial payment. Thank you!

Mrs Patmore’s Music Services




Free Music Party Play Session

I’m running a music party play session for under 5s and parents at 10am on Friday 19th January 2018 at Glenwood Community Hub in the Lotus Room. I’ll be providing lolly bags and morning tea.

Please let me know if you can make it! It’s free and just a once off and a way to get together with other parents in the area :) Please also invite friends you think would be interested in coming, just let me know so I can make sure I have enough food.

I’m reachable by phone on 9043 5263 and via email on teaching@patmore.net.au.


 

 

 

 

 

Experience

A Snapshot of my Community Theatre Involvement

Firstly, I am currently playing Mrs Squires in Hornsby Musical Society’s 2017 production of The Music Man. A review by Sydney Arts Guide is linked here, another one from Hornsby Advocate is below, and some promotional shots with me in character can be also be found below.

 

In 2016 I was musical director for the fantastic cast and crew of “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum”, produced by Dural Musical Society. More information and promotional shots can be found here.

I also performed in the chorus in 2015 in Snow White, again produced by the Dural Musical Society. Two of my current students were in it too as dwarfs, cute! A review by Sydney Arts Guide can be found here.

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Some promotional shots below…

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Regards, Julieanne

1B’s Week 6 Assembly Item, We Will Rock You

Dear 1B,

Please find here both your lyrics and backing music for your week 6 assembly item, “We Will Rock You”. Note you will doing the rhythm “knees, knees, clap” throughout the whole song except for the chorus, where we’ll play boomwhackers in the following order; yellow, orange, yellow, orange, yellow, yellow.

All students will sit while performing. When each student is sung about in the lyrics, they jump up and do an action related to their words (eg, Amir does a ninja move).

Kind regards, Mrs Patmore

Backing Track

Version with Mrs Patmore singing

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“We Will Rock You” – 1B Lyric Version (UPDATED 28.10)

<instrumental>

Amir loves to be a ninja

Nasheed is very good at basketball

Suzan is great at swimming

Azylah is good at gymnastics
We will we will rock you
We will we will rock you

 

Alaa’s a policeman, Leenah’s good at netball

Malatef’s a good swimmer

Noah loves to play, Taymour’s good at games

Hannah likes to do her hair

 

We will we will rock you (Sing it!)
We will we will rock you

<short gap>

 

Sophia likes to play guitar

Nadine likes to sing, Rihanna wants to be a makeup artist

Hamza and Mohammed like to play soccer

Baaran wants to design, Ayaz is a scientist
We will we will rock you
(Sing it!)
We will we will rock you

(Everybody)

We will we will rock you
We will we will rock you

(Alright)

 

(Air guitar solo using boomwhackers)

2B’s EOY Concert Item, We Will Rock You

Dear 2B,

Please find here both your lyrics and backing music for your end of year concert item, “We Will Rock You”. Note you will also be playing Boomwhackers in the chorus, and will use your cardboard guitars during the “air guitar solo”.

The boomwhacker part is only in the chorus, and goes G F# E D E E. In colours, this is teal, green (with white writing), yellow, orange and yellow x 2. Taymur, Aisha, Rozerin and Joelle are on teal and green, everyone else is doing yellow and orange.

Kind regards, Mrs Patmore

Backing Track for final performance below…

Track with singing & rhythms below…

“We Will Rock You” – 2B Lyric Version

<instrumental>

 

Ameer loves to play karate

Aaisha likes to sing and Shanzay likes to play guitar

Khadeja is

Great at swimming

Ahmed he’s good at karate
We will we will rock you
We will we will rock you

Samara loves to dance

Taymur loves to play games, Maha’s good at dancing

And Rozerin likes

To play piano

Jenna likes to play soccer

 

We will we will rock you (Sing it!)
We will we will rock you

 

<short gap>

 

Kareem likes to play guitar

Siawash likes to play soccer and Zoha likes to be cool

And Suliaman likes pokemon cards

Joelle is good at singing

We will we will rock you
(Sing it!)
We will we will rock you

(Everybody)

We will we will rock you
We will we will rock you

(Alright)

 

(Air guitar solo)

2A’s EOY Concert Item, Boogie

Dear 2A,

Please find here both your lyrics and music (with us singing!) for your end of year concert item, “Boogie”. Note you don’t need to learn the lyrics, only the dance moves with Ms Jasmine, but you may want to sing along at home so I’ve put them here.

Kind regards, Mrs Patmore

“2A Boogie”

Bilaal is good at running, Muadh can really boogie

Khadeejah loves to swim and do freestyle
Biara Cherry likes to do her arts and craft and
Noor can really kick that soccer ball
We’re dancing in the sunshine
We’re dancing in the moonlight
We’re dancing in the good times
We can really boogie

We’re dancing in the sunshine
We’re dancing in the moonlight
We’re dancing in the good times
We can really boogie

Rojda likes to rock out on electric guitar
Laila can play soccer like a pro
Roshanay like to dance to music on the radio
Ayah is so very creative

We’re dancing in the sunshine
We’re dancing in the moonlight
We’re dancing in the good times
We can really boogie

We’re dancing in the sunshine
We’re dancing in the moonlight
We’re dancing in the good times
We can really boogie, woo

I just can’t, I just can’t
I just can’t control my feet
I just can’t, I just can’t (Yeah)
I just can’t (Woo) control my feet

I just can’t, I just can’t
I just can’t control my feet
I just can’t, I just can’t
I just can’t control my feet

Sunshine
We’re dancing in the moonlight
We’re dancing in the good times
We can really boogie

We’re dancing in the sunshine
We’re dancing in the moonlight
We’re dancing in the good times
We can really boogie
Boody does takeewodno, Araz is a great gamer
Bareerah is good at riding her bike

Misha loves to read all the latest books and novels
Youssef really likes to read books too
We’re dancing in the sunshine
We’re dancing in the moonlight
We’re dancing in the good times
We can really boogie
We’re dancing in the sunshine
We’re dancing in the moonlight
We’re dancing in the good times
We can really boogie

Ow (Sunshine)
Ooh (Moonlight)
Yeah (Good times)
Mmm (Boogie)

You just gotta (Sunshine)
Yeah (Moonlight)
(Good times)
Good times (Boogie)

Don’t you want it (Sunshine)
You just gotta (Moonlight)
You just wanna (Good times)
Yeah, oh (Boogie)
(repeat 4 times)

 

Year 5 item “Think Twice”

Dear Year 5,

Please see two versions of the song “Think Twice” below. This song links in with your unit of inquiry, “Media Madness”. We will be performing this song next term in assembly around week 2 inshallah :-)

This is the full version with singing and rap for you to listen to… (and to practice with for homework):

 

This is a version with no rapping or singing (this will be the backing track for our assembly performance):

 

Lyrics and actions below. Note these will need to be memorized.

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Think Twice by Julieanne Patmore

(with text from “Islam Is Here (Poem)” by Imam Reza (A.S.) Network and “A Poem on the News” by Fred H. Moore)

Verse 1 (rapping) – Actions in italics

If the spiteful come with News Mime reading a newspaper

It is essential to think twice Tap finger on head, then hold out two fingers

Lest you be victim to their ruse Punch palm with hand

Power’s the game and Truth, the price. Muscles on power, cash action on price

 

Behind the headlines there are people Thumbs pointing backwards

Escaping war and seeking aid Hands in surrender position

Locked up in detention, waiting, waiting Hands out as if in handcuffs

Men, women, children, all afraid Pointing at audience, and fake bite your nails on word ‘afraid’

 

Chorus (singing) – Clap on beat

Of minds, and decency of Man

To Fellow Man, may well decline

If people fail to understand

That biased News can make us blind

 

Verse 2 (rapping) – Actions highlighted

Islam is peace, Islam is ease Pump right hand on chest twice, then peace sign, repeat with left hand

We must all help and give to the poor, Cup hands together

Islam is love and prosperity, Make heart shape with hands

We should show care forever more Palms in front, miming giving a gift to audience

 

Islam is worshiping only the Creator Cup hands on ears

Giving to friends and family Palms in front, miming giving a gift to audience

Islam gives you power and a purpose Right arm muscle on power, left on purpose

It’s for you and it’s for me Point to audience, then self

 

Chorus x 2 (with “Think Twice” rapping at end of each line) All to clap on beat. First repeat, girls to sing while boys do rapping and tap one finger on head on the word “Think”, then hold out two fingers on the word “Twice”. Second repeat, roles swap (boys sing, girls rap with actions).

Year 3 Saltwater Assembly Item

Please see practice video below and practice your parts. The video that will be on in the background is also here and tells the story of this act.

Roles, boomwhacker notation and movement directions for the whole class are here.

Assembly performance is Wednesday P6 Week 8.

Movement Instructions

 

Parts and Props
Boomwhacker notation Saltwater