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Amazing Music Series Vol. 1: Emotions In Music



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Amazing Music Vol. 1: Emotions in Music
Andrew Litton and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Approx. 46 min.
For pre-K to 10 years old

One of a series of DVDs featuring the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, led by Music Director Andrew Litton, in special young people's concerts. This DVD shows how music can evoke specific emotions. Musical selections range from Star Wars and The Lion King to Beethoven and Tchaikovsky. See a Tom & Jerry cartoon with and without music. Winner of the Film Advisory Board Award of Excellence. 

Includes excerpts from the following:
Overture to The Flying Dutchman (Wagner), Romeo & Juliet (Tchaikovsky), Can You Feel the Love Tonight from The Lion King (Elton John), Can Can (Offenbach), Death of Ase from Peer Gynt Suite (Grieg), Memory from Cats (Andrew Lloyd Webber), Star Wars trilogy (John Williams), 5th Movement from Symphonie Fantastique (Berlioz), Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001; Strauss), 3rd Movement from Symphony #8 (Shostakovich), 1st Movement from Symphony #5 (Mahler), Fanfare from Carmen (Bizet), 3rd Movement from Symphony #2 (Rachmaninoff; violin featured), Divertissement (Ibert; also watch student pictures drawn in response to this music), Final Movement from Symphony #5 (Beethoven; trumpet featured). 


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I already have #2 and #3 in this series by Andrew Litton and the Dallas Symphony. They are excellent DVDs. These two (#1 and #4) should be just as good.
Clay C on Sep 30, 2012

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