by Connor Y. & Nick F.
The fourth-grade musical December Nights, December Lights told about different types of holidays that are in December and how people celebrate the holidays. The musical was a great musical. The fourth grade sang “December Nights, December Lights,” “Light the Candles,” “La Fiesta de la Posada,” “Light the Kanara for Kwanzaa,” “Holiday Lights,” “One Candle Lights the Way,” and finally again to closeup the play they sang “December Nights, December Lights Finale.”
The fifth-grade band and orchestra performances were amazing. The band is made up of baritone, Saxaphone, trumpet, tuba, trombone, clarinet, drums, and flutes. The band worked hard for two months practicing and getting better at their instruments for the right tune. For the opening, the band played “Hot Cross Buns,” followed by “Inception,” and lastly for the closer “Jingle Bells.” The orchestra was made up of Violins, Violas, Cellos, and a double bass. The orchestra spent time and hard work to perfect the way they played. They worked and worked for two months straight practicing until they were great at their piece. The orchestra first played “Jingle Bells,” then the “Two Terrific Tunes” (also known as Lightly Row and Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star), and finished it off with “Fiddlers Hoedown.”
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