Introduce children to classical music in a fun and entertaining way.
Edvard Grieg 3: Other Scandinavian Composers
Music by composers from the three official Scandinavian countries -- Norway, Denmark and Sweden -- and a couple of unofficial ones -- Finland and Iceland!
Edvard Grieg 2: The Story of Peer Gynt
"In The Hall of the Mountain King" is part of the incidental music Edvard Grieg wrote for Henrik Ibsen's play . Hear the story of the play as you listen to Grieg's music.
Edvard Grieg 1: About Edvard Grieg
Edvard Grieg was from a music-loving Norwegian family. In addition to becoming the leading Scandinavian composer of his day, Grieg became a big supporter of Norwegian arts and culture.
Zoltan Kodaly 4: The Kodaly Method
Zoltan Kodaly developed a method for teaching music. It is still used by teachers around the world today. Jill Trinka, who teaches the Kodaly Method, talks with Naomi Lewin.
Zoltan Kodaly 3: Classical Composers who Used Folk Music
Zoltan Kodaly was not the only composer to use folk tunes in the music he wrote. Here are some others.
Zoltan Kodaly 2: The Story of Hary Janos
Kodaly's opera Hary Janos is about a real person who told real whoppers - big, fat lies. If you listened to him, you'd think he defeated Napoleon's army all by himself.