- ruim lokaal met tafels. Tafels in kringopstelling met 1 tafel centraal voor docent.
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- Voldoende begeleiding om leerlingen te ondersteunen..
Duur montage: ca. 1 uur.
In this phase, the mantela is prepared. The mantela has a double function: it is used as a drumstick holder and as a guiro (grater).
The mantela is cut to the correct length. Then the attachment points of the drum are marked on the mantela. Using the multitool, the 4 holes are drilled + attachment hole of the cork. The cork is cut to size and anchored in the mantela.
WHAT DO YOU NEED IN THIS STAGE?
|Coin 5 euro cents||✔|
The rasping sound of the mantela is ideal for Latin music.
Two holes (one lower and one upper hole) are drilled in the mantle using a multi-tool with a 4 mm drill bit.
We rotate the mantela about 30 degrees to drill the other 2 holes.
2. Fixing the cork
1. Look for a matching coin that nicely matches the diameter of your mantela.
2. Cut the cork about in half.
THE HARVEST SEASON
The first time the cork oak is harvested is when it is 25 years old and the trunk circumference is 70 cm, measured 1.3 metres from the ground. Follow-up stripping/harvesting of the cork takes place every 9 years between May and August months. The cork oak can be stripped 15 to 18 times at 9-year intervals throughout its life.
Because it grows back over time, the cork oak is an invaluable renewable natural resource. It is probably one of the most extraordinary trees known to the world because of its number of qualities. Cork trees prevent soil degradation and make the soil more productive. Moreover, it regulates the water cycle, fights desertification, and improves biodiversity.
Summarising the value of cork oak is actually almost impossible. Our responsibility is to ensure that we continue to take good care of the cork oak so that we can continue to reap its benefits for a long time to come. So let’s protect and cherish our nature – in the end, it is all we have.
INFO + PHASED PLAN
1. Introduction construction instrument
2. Materials and tools
3. Music technique