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Exploring Music Classics and the Orchestra – Volume 7 DVD

Exploring Music Classics and the Orchestra – Volume 7 DVD

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It's been proven that a child's brain development is profoundly affected by being involved in music. Exploring Music was created by Lisa Adams, a piano and voice teacher who has a BA in Music Education and 30 years of experience.

Lisa’s vision for Exploring Music developed from her own observation of the positive effect music had on her students and she felt called to share those effects with other children. From research she discovered that “…early musical experiences can dramatically enhance a child’s ability to acquire language, vocabulary and sensory motor skills, spatial reasoning, logic and rhythm skills” to quote Elizabeth Stilwell from the Early Childhood Center at Cornell University.

Designed for children ages 2 through early elementary, this is not a baby-sitting tool; it is an educational tool that uses fun and games to help develop a child's brain, body, and spirit. and their bodies and their spirit.

Volume 7 Classical Music and the Orchestra DVD

Examples of Songs & Lessons

One of the highlights of this volume is the introduction to the instruments of the orchestra through the retelling of Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf. Each character of the story has it own instrument/instruments of the orchestra and its own musical theme. Children learn to recognize both the theme and the instrument/instruments as they learn the story. This prepares them for cultural experiences such as attending an opera.

Schumann’s piano solo Wild Horsemen is used to teach high and low sounds on the piano.  Children take turns galloping, first to the lower sounds, then the higher. A children’s traditional song called

The Orchestra is used to give children a chance to imitate violins, tubas, and flutes playing. Pictures of each instrument are shown. Pitch identification, a critical musical skill, is honed when instruments are identified as playing higher, or lower, or in the middle. Listening skills are sharpened as children listen to and identify various sounds the synthesizer can make, starting with instruments, then moving to more common everyday sounds.

Classical music is used to help children identify staccato and legato music (detached and smooth). They have the opportunity to dance creatively to these pieces, building imagination and building confidence by allowing them to show their own style. In Chopin’s Minute Waltz and Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata children are exposed to the beautiful timeless music of Chopin and Beethoven.  They dance with scarves to the tempo of each piece.

Exploring Music Classics and the Orchestra – Volume 7 DVD

 
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