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Dmitri Kabalevsky: Musical Jokes

Even though classical music is sometimes referred to as "serious music," a lot of times it just isn't. Serious, that is -- classical composers wrote some very funny music.   [MORE]



NEW LESSON PLANS

NEW LESSON PLANS
Teachers - Classics for Kids' lesson plans, including new sets based on Robert Schumann's "The Happy Farmer," can help your students learn about Musical Form, Steady Beat and more. Among the skills developed are Analyzing, Moving, Listening, and Performing. Download the lessons and materials for your classroom today.

RUSSIAN COMPOSERS

RUSSIAN COMPOSERS
Dmitri Kabalevsky was born in St. Petersburg, which was then the capital of Russia. Listen to Classics for Kids programs about other Russian composers.

LISTEN TO THE MUSIC

LISTEN TO THE MUSIC
A great selection of music from the Classics for Kids composers is online. Listen with your family and friends.

ONLINE MUSIC FUN

ONLINE MUSIC FUN
Have more fun with music online by visiting these additional classical music, arts and kid-friendly websites!

INSTRUMENT FAMILIES

INSTRUMENT FAMILIES
Musical instruments are grouped into families. Explore the instrument families in a symphony orchestra.

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