Introduce children to classical music in a fun and entertaining way.
Charles Ives 4: American Hymns in Classical Music
Charles Ives loved to put hymns into his music. Several other composers borrowed hymn tunes; here are several examples from 20th Century American compositions.
Charles Ives 3: Folk Tunes in Classical Music
The Country Band March has 12 recognizable popular and folk tunes in it. But Ives was not the only composer to put borrowed tunes in his music. Many classical composers -- including Ludwig van Beethoven, Mily Balakirev, and Percy Grainger -- used folk music in the pieces they wrote.
Charles Ives 2: Marching Through the Country Band March
Charles Ives wrote the Country Band March about amateur musicians -- people who make music for the love of it. In the Country Band March Ives combines a tune that he wrote with bits and pieces of many other popular and folk tunes. See how many of them you can recognize.
Charles Ives 1: About Charles Ives
The music that Charles Ives wrote was greatly influenced by his father, George. From the time he was a kid, Ives heard his father experiment with sound. George Ives always told Charlie to "stretch his ears," and Charlie did that with every piece of music he wrote.
Igor Stravinsky 5: Halloween Music
Appropriately spooky classical music for Halloween.
Igor Stravinsky 4: Composer Teachers and their Students
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov spent years as a professor at the St. Petersburg Conservatory. Many of his students became famous composers themselves: Anatol Liadov, Alexander Glazunov, and Igor Stravinsky. A lot of famous composers studied with each other.
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Great guide for parents to showcase the variety in Classical Music
As a parent I wanted to introduce my children to music with a bit more intention than the passive listening to music I did growing up. I found this podcast is the Goldilocks amount of information to peak our interest about a variety of different composers. It showcases a variety of talented composers from many different cultures and backgrounds. Their website gives some really simple and practical tools for parents and kids to approach the genre of classical music. Thank you for your generous and hard work.