This is a zip file of 16 MP3's. It makes it easy for you to download one file. Instead of charging you for each download, you pay a small amount one time. Once you download the file, double-click the download and you will unzip all files to a folder you choose on your computer.
I've just started to do some free give-a-ways to Facebook Groups of Elementary Music Teachers. This program has now been called "awesome" twice!
When you listen to the preview with voice and orchestra, imagine the experience of singing to a full balanced orchestra. The CD contains tracks for all 4 Movements to achieve this incredible experience!
This is the music CD for this Children's Program. It has 16 tracks of MP3's that just need to be unzipped and copied to CD. The beginning tracks help you teach the vocals. Tracks 13-16 are 4 movements of full and balanced orchestra for the final performance to make your performance outstanding! It's not like using the left side of the tracks while you mute the vocals on the right. This is the way the learning tracks are made, but not too many provide good tracks for performance!
The preview for the CD is Movement 2 - voice and orchestra.
The vocal score is also available on this site under the same name with a preview of Movement 3 - voice and orchestra.
If children really want something, they will beg and keep asking until they get it. Sometimes it works out, and sometimes it doesn’t. The choices they make in dealing with this dilemma are classic for young children and the exact things that make all parents snicker under their breaths.
This is a 25-minute children’s musical program in four movements, complete with a full orchestra accompaniment.
Included on this CD are MP3’s with piano voice cues on the right and orchestra on the left, MP3’s for Movements 1 and 4 which are split into 4 sections to make your rehearsals easier, and MP3’s of just the full and balanced orchestra for performance.
It is very different, great fun, and as easy as I could make it while employing some pizzicato, a 4-part round, and interesting melodies.
Movement 1 is interesting in its mood changes and pizzicato.
Movement 2 is a waltz that people can’t resist dancing to.
Movement 3 is a take-off on “Three Blind Mice,” in a minor key with a shortened melody, but complete with the Round.
Movement 4 is full of mood changes, complete with a Cha-Cha that has a unique melody.