Parteneriate Grundtvig-INCLUSIVE TOOLBOX Spania, Madrid 1/6 06.2011

La inceputul verii, in perioada 1 / 6 iunie 2011, am participat alaturi de learneri din Polonia, Portugalia, Spania, Luxemburg si Italia la workshop ul intitulat Muzica si dansul ca instrument de comunicare si coeziune personala si sociala. Proiectul s-a desfasurat in Madrid, Spania si a fost gazduit de Asociatia spaniola Los Rosales.

In cele 5 zile ale proiectului, am invatat doua ritmuri de Flamenco (Tango si Allegria), dar si doua dansuri traditional castiliene, vechi de sute de ani, denumite Seguedilla si Jota, pe care le-am prezentat localnicilor din Puebla de la Sierra, in cadrul Festivalului Esquileo.

De asemenea, am participat la un atelier de muzica, in care ne-au fost prezentate diverse instrumente si modul acestora de utilizare, unele traditionale, altele improvizate, pe care am invatat sa le construim si noi; (toba pentru Flamenco – cajon, tamburina, flautul, carasclas ul).

Cel mai frumos aspect al intregului proiect ramane modul de interactiune si de colaborare armonioasa dintre reprezentantii fiecarei tari.Utilizand muzica si dansul ca mijloc de comunicare, am realizat cat de usor pot fi doborate barierele lingvistice. Intr-un timp atat de scurt, am reusit sa cream o adevarata echipa in care fiecare avea rolul sau.

Ne propunem, asadar, sa transmitem cunostintele acumulate in cadrul acestui proiect copiilor din gradinite, prietenilor, dar si altor doritori.

At the begining of the summer, from 1st to 6th of June, we took part of the Workshop about Dance and Music as tool for communication and personal and social cohesion, together with others volunteers from Poland, Portugal, Spain, Luxemburg and Italy. The project was hosted by Spanish Association Los Rosales, in Madrid.

During the 5 days of the project, we learned two different rhythms of Flamenco (Tango and Allegria), and some traditional dances from Castilia, from ancient times, called Seguedilla and Jota, that we showed to the locals from Puebla de la Sierra, at the Festival Esquileo.

We also took some classes of music, and the trainers taught us how to use hand made and daily tools as musical instruments. ( Flamenco drums – cajon, tambourine, flute, carasclas).

The best thing of the project is the way we managed to interact and collaborate all together. By using music and dance as communication tool, we realized how easily can be broken the language barrier. In such a short time, we have created a great team.

Our purpose is to teach to others, like children from kindergarden and friends everything we have learned in this project.

Participants Ionescu Georgeta, Vatavu Alina

Romania

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