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3 Indian Schools Sing To Celebrate Term End, Enjoy No-Instrument Challenge & Spread Smiles During Lockdown

Priyasha Khandelwal
3 Indian Schools Sing To Celebrate Term End, Enjoy No-Instrument Challenge & Spread Smiles During Lockdown

It’s not just the academic that’s bringing the students together in the lockdown period. Music is playing an equally important role. Students from different schools in India have chosen the musical way to bond, cheer each other and pay tribute to the frontline workers.

Students from Ranchi’s Taurian World School sent out the message of strength in togetherness and hope while also thanking the frontline workers through a tribute video. The video features people from different walks of life holding placards that say ‘We Shall Overcome’ and ‘Hum Honge Kamyab’ on the song ‘We Shall Overcome’ sung by the students. “At the end of the day, all you need is hope and strength,” writes the school in its post.

Dehradun’s The Doon School celebrated the end of term assembly with musical performances. Organized by the school’s music department, the school’s choir and orchestra team came together to present a melodious, folksy performance through an online platform. The videos have been Indian classical in its theme with most of the students playing Indian instruments like Sitar, Harmonium, and Tabla and Western instruments like Piano and Guitar accompanied by synchronised vocals. 

Another musical set comes from The Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet. Here, the students did a cover of the hit song 'Titanium' by Sia and David Guetta. But there was a twist. They used everyday objects like a pair of scissors, ruler, geometry box, cupboard doors, and flab pouches in place of actual musical instruments to create music or we can easily say magic! It was performed by the school’s class 12 students, who, along with the musical treat, put out a message of challenging the limitation with innovation. “Every limitation, every challenge is an opportunity to create, to discover,” said the school in its post.

Music has always been more than just melodious tunes and these students have proven that yet again.

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