Last year from approximately the middle of September until Christmas, our mobile recording rig toured the country from Cornwall to Mid Lothian. Mostly we were recording Primary School Children singing about Rudolph the Red nosed Reindeer.
The most entertaining thing about this, well from our perspective, was hearing the different accents employed to sing this song. In fact it is the word ‘Reindeer’ which seems to have the most variation in dialect as you travel around the UK. One day, when there is more time we may compile a mockup of the song with a different dialect in place for each time the word Reindeer occurs. This is one of those ‘would be nice for the blog’ tasks, but in reality would take a long time to produce convincingly!
So for now, you will have to take our word for it!
As the summer holidays draw to a close, schools are already starting to contact us for recording sessions in the new 2018 season of Rudolph.
Why record a CD?
If you’re school hasn’t ever recorded a CD before then maybe this year would be the ideal time. Some of the best reasons to record a CD with Recordings 4 Schools are:
- Great experience for your pupils as we turn your school hall into a proper recording studio for the day
- Once in a lifetime opportunity for pupils to record a professional CD
- Our CDs are a lifelong memento for pupils to remember their time at school
- CDs are a great way of fundraising for your school – Most schools will raise between £500 and £2000 from CD sales
- The recording session is completely free with no upfront costs – only pay for the CDs you order
Find out more
If you would like to find out more, booking a recording session with Recordings 4 Schools is easy. Firstly find a date which suits you best – you can do this by checking our availability calendar on the right hand side of each page. Once you find a date which works then either give us a call on 01225 302143 or click here to send us an email via the contact form. One of our team will confirm the date and hey presto all you have to do is learn the words of Rudolph the Red nosed Reindeer.