This episode of YourClassical Adventures introduces young listeners to the sound of the viola.
Melissa Dundis hosts YourClassical Adventures, a presentation of classical music for kids (and their grown-ups). Join us as we ask questions that will help families explore classical music together!
The mandolin is used in many styles of music, including classical and folk music from all over the world.
What holidays are celebrated with fireworks? The New Year and of course, the Fourth of July. Join Melissa Dundis and listen to classical music inspired by fireworks.
One of the most famous composers’ to come out of England was Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. He was born to an English mother and an African father. Join Melissa Dundis and listen to some of his greatest works together.
What is one of the lowest sounding instruments? The bassoon is a large instrument from the woodwind family, which also means it makes the lowest sounds. Join Melissa Dundis for an episode to hear fun pieces featuring the bassoon.
How many pieces do you know about water? How about Row, Row, Row Your Boat? Enjoy this playlist of classical music that sounds like water and waves.
What do you love about summertime? The days are longer, and the sun is out all day long and puts you in a such a good mood. Let’s listen to classical music inspired by the sun!
Rondos are often played at a fast and lively pace. Can you hear the repeating melodies in the following pieces of music?