Amazing Water: An Introduction to Classical Music

Secret Mountain

Item No. 864048
Alt. Part # 9782924217696
UPC Code 9782924217696
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Containing 20 selections of classical music inspired by a variety of water sources, the works of Vivaldi, Beethoven, Debussy, and others are introduced to children by demonstrating how water has inspired the composers. Each excerpt has informative notes, a call out of something to listen for in the
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Containing 20 selections of classical music inspired by a variety of water sources, the works of Vivaldi, Beethoven, Debussy, and others are introduced to children by demonstrating how water has inspired the composers. Each excerpt has informative notes, a call out of something to listen for in the piece, and striking illustrations. Short composer biographies, musical terms glossary, a timeline of composers and periods, and a listening CD are included. Beautifully illustrated, this book is an excellent introduction to classical music for any age!
Contents:
Amazing Water
The Moldau - My Homeland (Smetana)
Scene by the Brook - the Second movement of Symphony No. 6, Pastoral Symphony (Beethoven)
Christ Our Lord Came to the Jordan, Aria - Cantata BWV7 (Bach)
Alla Hornpipe - Water Music (Handel)
Barcarolle - The Tales of Hoffmann (Offenbach)
Gondolier's Song - Years of Pilgrimage (Liszt)
Agitated by Two Winds - Griselda (Vivaldi)
Scheherazade - The Ship Breaks Against the Cliff (Rimsky-Korsakov)
And the Winds Joined Battle - Jonas (Carissimi)
Sea Nocturne (...For the End of Time) - Vox Balaenae (Crumb)
Play of the Waves - The Sea (Debussy)
On Sunday Morning - Four Sea Interludes from the opera Peter Grimes (Britten)
Setting Out to Fish - Nets (Revueltas)
The Trout - Quintet for piano and strings D667 (Schubert)
Water Games - Jeux d'eau (Ravel)
Water Clock - Clepsidra (Lavista)
The Drop of Water - Etude in B minor (Sor)
Rain Tree - For percussion trio (Takemitsu)
Gardens in the Rain - Estampes (Debussy)
The Storm - the Fourth movement of Symphony No. 6, Pastoral Symphony (Beethoven)
Listening Guide
The Composers
Glossary of Musical Terms
Timeline of composers and periods
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