We've been learning about scat, which is a style of singing that developed in the early 1900s. Jazz musicians could use their voices like a solo instrument, and by singing scat, they didn't have to worry about singing specific words.
To sing scat, you make up nonsense syllables and improvise a tune. This means you make it up as you go along. The tune can be simple or complicated, but it has to fit with the chords of song you're singing. Everybody can scat with their own style.
We all worked in groups to produce a tune using scat. We hope you enjoyed them in assembly.