Tomorrow afternoon I am haviing a rehearsal with my friend Jill Reaves the music teacher for St Crispins. The pupils of St Crispins, my grandad Sandy MacLean and myself are rehearsing a version of the Gallic song Broughinlong, which translates as "thin porridge". My grandad will be playing the mouth organ, I will be playing Celtic harp and Jill will be playing fiddle with some of the pupils who will be plucking some fiddles along with her. The rest of the children will be playing drums and singing. We are also going to be playing a version of Old Lang Syne, which will involve some tamberines and a drum kit. Luckily we will be using a backing track for this excerpt to keep the rhythm and tune together; I expect this will be a very loud session in parts ( I may wear ear plugs!). This will be for the Fiesta as posted on my previous 'Oustsite College', blog. I am really looking forward to this rehearsal as it will give me an insight into how a music teacher plans and delivers a session with autistic children.