IT’S NEVER TOO EARLY TO APPRECIATE CLASSICAL MUSIC. IN MARCH, WE SHOWCASE JOHANNES BRAHMS WHOSE “LULLABY” IS A BEDDY-BYE TIME FAVORITE.
From the Romantic Period, Classics for Kids features Johannes Brahms in March. From early jobs accompanying a Hungarian violinist to composing some of the greatest classical music ever, Johannes Brahms may be most known for his “Lullaby” which has put babies to sleep for decades and decades.
Shows for March are:
- About Johannes Brahms
- The Brahms Hungarian Dances
- Hungarian Dancing
- Classical Music Featuring Dances from European Countries
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CLASSICS FOR KIDS NOW AVAILABLE IN PODCAST FORM
Does your child seem forever attached to his/her iPod or Mp3 player? Then infuse it with some great music! Download the Classics for Kids™ radio show in podcast form right to their player, and give them a blast of Bach or a touch of Tchaikovsky. Podcast information is available here.
Dmitri Kabalevsky composed music under difficult circumstances… living in the Soviet Union, the government dictated what sort of art (whether paintings or sculptures or literature or music) should be created. Even under these confines, Kabalevsky was able to create beautiful symphonies, concertos and a collection of solo pieces based on the Russian translation of Mother Goose rhymes.
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Music alone with sudden charms can bind,
The wand'ring sense, and calm the troubled mind.