Music Club

  

MUSIC CLUB

Music is one of the Main Activities taking place at St. Peter's Boys Mumias.

The History of Music begins when the school was started by the Ursuline Sisters in 1929. Among the trainers who brought the school to a National recognized Institution are: Mr. Luva and Mr. Ouma. The two were able to win the Kenya Music Festival Set-pieces for all years they were at St. Peter's.

The School went down for a while as Mr. Ouma departed in 1998. It was hard to bring it back to existence but Sr. Agnes Maulo Managed to bring in the present Music teacher in the year 2005. Mr. Rasto Mukabana together with other teachers are trying to make the school to be the Best in Kenya.

The Head of Music is Mr. Rasto Mukabana assisted by Getrude Wangatya. Since the two took over the school has been participating in Music upto National level.

CLASSES WON BY THE SCHOOL SINCE 2006 AT NATIONAL LEVEL

YEAR

CLASS

ITEM

POSITION

TRAINER

2006

1003H

1310H

214D

213C

266

212A

246

Solo Poem

French Poem

Choir

Choir

Special Composition

Sacred set-piece

Taarab Music

1

2

3

3

3

3

4

Mr. Washika Rollingtone

 

Mr. Rasto Mukabana

 

2007

1017H

212A

213C

266C

214D

246

1310

English Public Speaking

Sacred Set-Piece

Own composition

Special composition

Own arrangement

Taarab Music

French Poem

1

2

3

3

3

4

3

Gabriel Okumu

Rasto Mukabana

 

 

 

 

Rollingtone Washika

2008

212A

214D

266C

246

1002H

1309H

1310H

Sacred Set-piece

Own arrangement

Special composition

Taarab Music

Solo Poem

French Poem

French Poem

1

3

3

3

2

2

3

Mr. Rasto Mukabana

 

 

 

Mrs. Rono Monica

Mrs. Getrude Wangatya

2009

1003H

1001H

Solo Poem

Solo Poem

4

4

Mr. Bans

Mr. Bans

2010

1103

1017H

214D

1310H 1002

Solo Poem

Public Speaking

Own arrangement

French Poem

Solo Poem

2

2

4

5

7

Mr. Kundu John

Mr. Rasto Mukabana

 

Mrs. Getrude Wangatya

Mr. Rollingtone Washika

TITLES OF SOME OF THE WINNING ITEMS

  • 1. Amalako Ka Musa (The Ten Commandments). An arrangement in Luhya idioms by Rasto Mukabana.
  • 2. Jelani ni Mateso (In Jail there are Problems) The song is mainly talking about the way house girls mistreat children. It's a Taarab Composition by Rasto Mukabana.
  • 3. Ing'ombe (A cow) The song is about the burying of an elderly man (Ing'ombe). Burial is referred to as "Unskinning". Arranged by Rasto Mukabana

THE YEAR 2011

Already Music training is on progress. We invite all to come and watch, "Jelani ni Mateso" Part II talking about tribalism and why do we consider tribes and yet we cannot tell the origin of language.

Welcome at St. Peter's Boys Primary School "HOME OF MUSIC"

 

 

By Rasto A Mukabana
MUSIC CHAIRMAN
TEL: 0720-297248

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