Story Orchestra I Can Play vol 1

With a keyboard that plays the sound of apiano, enchanting illustrations from The Story Orchestra story books, and color- and shape-coded instruction, I Can Play (vol 1) shows young musicians how to play 8 famous classical tunes.

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Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children's Books

ISBN: 0711264902

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From the The Story Orchestra series, a beautifully illustrated first piano sound book! Press the keys to learn 8 famous classical tunes from the story books. Even the youngest child can learn to play music with this simple method. Color and shape codes correspond to the 14 keys, so kids can learn easy 8-bar, one-finger melodies. Each song includes an enchanting illustration and description of the part of the story that the music is telling along with playing tips. All the favorite characters from the series are there to encourage young musicians as they play their first notes with the sound of a piano. I Can Play: The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy - The Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky) The Dance of the Reed Flutes - The Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky) Flight of the Swans - Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky) Dance of the Cygnets - Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky) Royal March of the Lions - The Carnival of the Animals (Saint-Saëns) The Elephant - The Carnival of the Animals (Saint-Saëns) The Swan - The Carnival of the Animals (Saint-Saëns) Spring Dawn Chorus - The Four Seasons (Vivaldi) The Story Orchestra series brings classical music to life for children through gorgeously illustrated retellings of classic ballet, opera, and program music stories paired with 10-second sound clips of orchestras playing from their musical scores. Also available from the Story Orchestra series:The Magic Flute, Carnival of the Animals, Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty, The Nutcracker, and Four Seasons in One Day. The perfect first keyboard to introduce children to classical music.
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Story Orchestra I Can Play vol 1

With a keyboard that plays the sound of apiano, enchanting illustrations from The Story Orchestra story books, and color- and shape-coded instruction, I Can Play (vol 1) shows young musicians how to play 8 famous classical tunes.

Author: Katy Flint

Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children's Books

ISBN: 0711264910

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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From the The Story Orchestra series, a beautifully illustrated first piano sound book! Press the keys to learn 8 famous classical tunes from the story books. Even the youngest child can learn to play music with this simple method. Color and shape codes correspond to the 14 keys, so kids can learn easy 8-bar, one-finger melodies. Each song includes an enchanting illustration and description of the part of the story that the music is telling along with playing tips. All the favorite characters from the series are there to encourage young musicians as they play their first notes with the sound of a piano. I Can Play: The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy - The Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky) The Dance of the Reed Flutes - The Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky) Flight of the Swans - Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky) Dance of the Cygnets - Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky) Royal March of the Lions - The Carnival of the Animals (Saint-Saëns) The Elephant - The Carnival of the Animals (Saint-Saëns) The Swan - The Carnival of the Animals (Saint-Saëns) Spring Dawn Chorus - The Four Seasons (Vivaldi) The Story Orchestra series brings classical music to life for children through gorgeously illustrated retellings of classic ballet, opera, and program music stories paired with 10-second sound clips of orchestras playing from their musical scores. Also available from the Story Orchestra series:The Magic Flute, Carnival of the Animals, Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty, The Nutcracker, and Four Seasons in One Day. The perfect first keyboard to introduce children to classical music.
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Stories and Lessons from the World s Leading Opera Orchestra Librarians and Music Archivists Volume 1

Could you describe the overall sound quality of the LA Opera orchestra? ... MD: Most of our orchestra also works in the recording industry for film and television, so when I hear our orchestra play, especially in works from Strauss or ...

Author: Patrick Lo

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781801176545

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 296

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This volume contains two Open Access Chapters This collection explores the current trends and practices in the field of music performance librarianship. A helpful resource to librarians, and archivists in a variety of situations in the world of performing arts.
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Story Orchestra in the Hall of the Mountain King

This tale of a boy's adventure through the valleys and mountains of the Norwegian countryside begins at a wedding feast far, far away. Peer Gynt is bored and he's longing for adventure.

Author: Hattie Grylls

Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children's Books

ISBN: 0711271976

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Discover the spellbinding magic of The Mountain King in this musical retelling of Peer Gynt--push the button on each beautiful scene to hear the vivid sound of an orchestra playing from Grieg's score. This tale of a boy's adventure through the valleys and mountains of the Norwegian countryside begins at a wedding feast far, far away. Peer Gynt is bored and he's longing for adventure. After sneaking off from the party, he finds himself at a peaceful lake where he meets some dairy people. When he lies about his escapades riding reindeer through the sky, they dare him to go to the lair of the Mountain King, the king of the trolls. The king's halls are dark and spooky, and it isn't long before Peer is captured. How will he escape? And will he learn the importance of humility and the value of friends? As you and your little one journey through the magical scenes, you will press the buttons to hear 10 excerpts from the score. Readers should press firmly on the pages to activate the sounds, encouraging interactive learning and introducing children to this beautiful piece of music. At the back of the book, find a short biography of the composer, Edvard Grieg, with details about his composition of Peer Gynt. Next to this, you can replay the musical excerpts and, for each of them, read a discussion of the instruments, rhythms, and musical techniques that make them so powerful. A glossary defines musical terms. The Story Orchestra series brings classical music to life for children through gorgeously illustrated retellings of classic ballet, opera, and program music stories paired with 10-second sound clips of orchestras playing from their musical scores. Also available from the Story Orchestra series: The Magic Flute, I Can Play (vol 1), Carnival of the Animals, The Sleeping Beauty, The Nutcracker, and Four Seasons in One Day. Manufacturer's note: please pull the white tab out of the back of the book before use. Sound buttons require a firm push in the exact location to work, which may be hard for young children. All sound clips are 10 seconds long. The perfect primer to introduce children to classical music.
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The Oxford Handbook of Music Education Volume 1

YACA tutors also teach the advanced ensemble members how to coach the children from regional areas to help them acquire the varied auditory, interpretative, and social skills needed to play in a local orchestra, band, or other ensemble.

Author: Gary E. McPherson

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199730810

Category: Education

Page: 944

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The two volumes of The Oxford Handbook of Music Education offer a comprehensive overview of the many facets of musical experience, behavior and development in relation to the diverse variety of educational contexts in which they occur. In these volumes, an international list of contributors update and redefine the discipline through fresh and innovative principles and approaches to music learning and teaching.
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Guitar Interviews The Best from Classical Guitar Magazine Vol 1

Many early music people believe that it is misguided to want to play Bach on the piano. By the same token, they would argue against playing baroque music on a modern guitar. ... They are based on old erotic love stories from ...

Author: COLIN COOPER

Publisher: Mel Bay Publications

ISBN: 9781619115767

Category: Music

Page: 117

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The articles and interviews in this book have all appeared at one time or another in Classical Guitar magazine, and appear here in their original form. This volume features 23 interviews with guitar greats
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The Works of Robert G Ingersoll Vol 1 12

Stop the orchestra, ring down the curtain, and be as miserable as you can. That idea puts an infinite responsibility upon ... You might as well pile all the Alps on one unfortunate ant, and then say, "Why don't you play? Enjoy yourself.

Author: Robert Green Ingersoll

Publisher: e-artnow

ISBN: EAN:4064066057435

Category: Philosophy

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The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll in twelve volumes comprises philosophical, political religious, and other literary works by American writer and orator._x000D_ Table of Contents:_x000D_ Volume 1:_x000D_ The Gods_x000D_ Humboldt_x000D_ Thomas Paine_x000D_ Individuality_x000D_ Heretics and Heresies_x000D_ The Ghost_x000D_ The Liberty of Man, Woman, and Child_x000D_ Conclusion_x000D_ About Farming in Illinois_x000D_ What Must We do to be Saved?_x000D_ Volume 2:_x000D_ Some Mistakes of Moses_x000D_ Some Reasons Why_x000D_ Orthodoxy_x000D_ Myth and Miracle_x000D_ Volume 3:_x000D_ Shakespeare_x000D_ Robert Burns_x000D_ Abraham Lincoln_x000D_ Voltaire_x000D_ Liberty in Literature_x000D_ The Great Infidels_x000D_ Which Way?_x000D_ About the Holy Bible_x000D_ Volume 4:_x000D_ Why I am an Agnostic_x000D_ The Truth_x000D_ How to Reform Mankind_x000D_ A Thanksgiving Sermon_x000D_ A Lay Sermon_x000D_ The Foundations of Faith_x000D_ Superstition_x000D_ The Devil_x000D_ Progress_x000D_ What is Religion?_x000D_ Volume 5:_x000D_ Ingersoll's Interviews on Talmage_x000D_ The Talmagian Catechism_x000D_ A Vindication of Thomas Pain_x000D_ The Observer's Second Attack_x000D_ Ingersoll's Second Reply_x000D_ Volume 6:_x000D_ The Christian Religion_x000D_ Faith or Agnosticism_x000D_ The Field-Ingersoll Discussion_x000D_ A Reply to the Rev. Henry M. Field_x000D_ A Last Word to Robert G. Ingersoll_x000D_ Letter to Dr. Field_x000D_ Controversy on Christianity_x000D_ Col. Ingersoll to Mr. Gladston_x000D_ Rome or Reason_x000D_ The Church Its Own Witness_x000D_ Is Divorce Wrong?_x000D_ Divorce_x000D_ Is Corporal Punishment Degrading?_x000D_ Volume 7:_x000D_ My Reviewers Reviewed_x000D_ My Chicago Bible Class_x000D_ To the Indianapolis Clergy_x000D_ The Brooklyn Divines_x000D_ The Limitations of Toleration_x000D_ A Christmas Sermon_x000D_ Suicide of Judge Normile_x000D_ Is Suicide a Sin?_x000D_ Is Avarice Triumphant?_x000D_ Replies and Interviews_x000D_ Volume 8:_x000D_ The Bible and a Future Life_x000D_ Mrs. Van Cott, The Revivalist_x000D_ European Trip and Greenback Question_x000D_ The Pre-Millennial Conference_x000D_ The Solid South and Resumption_x000D_ The Sunday Laws of Pitsburg_x000D_ Political and Religious…_x000D_ Volume 9:_x000D_ Speeches and Addresses_x000D_ Volume 10:_x000D_ Address to the Jury in Various Cases_x000D_ Volume 11:_x000D_ Address on the Civil Right Act_x000D_ Trial of C. B. Reynolds for Blasphemy_x000D_ God in the Constitution_x000D_ A Reply to Bishop Spalding_x000D_ Crimes Against Criminals_x000D_ A Wooden God_x000D_ Some Interrogation Points_x000D_ Art and Morality_x000D_ The Divided Household of Faith_x000D_ Huxley and Agnosticism…_x000D_ Volume 12:_x000D_ Prefaces, Tributes, and Essays
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Hitchcock on Hitchcock Volume 1

So, you might just as well dispense with all that, and be honest and say it's a photographed stage play and all we can do is to take the audience out of the orchestra and put them on the stage with players.

Author: Alfred Hitchcock

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520285514

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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A selection of Hitchcock's writings and interviews, arranged in several thematic groupings."
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Conversations About Psychology Volume 1

It's happening in these particular circumstances that you have arranged but, as you said earlier, it might be happening ... but if you play it with the orchestra arranged in nineteenth-century fashion so that one set of violins plays a ...

Author: Howard Burton

Publisher: Open Agenda Publishing

ISBN: 9781771701686

Category: Psychology

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Conversations About Psychology, Volume 1, includes the following 5 carefully-edited Ideas Roadshow Conversations featuring leading researchers. This collection includes a detailed preface highlighting the connections between the different books. Each book is broken into chapters with a detailed introduction and questions for discussion at the end of each chapter: 1. Believing Your Ears: Examining Auditory Illusions - A Conversation with Diana Deutsch, Professor of Psychology at UC San Diego and one of the world’s leading experts on the psychology of music. This conversation provides behind the scenes insights into her discovery of a large number of auditory illusions, including the so-called Octave Illusion, which concretely illustrate how what we think we’re hearing is often quite different from the actual sounds that are hitting our eardrums. 2. In Search of a Mechanism: From the Brain to the Mind - A Conversation with Chris Frith, Emeritus Professor of Neuropsychology at University College London and Honorary Research Fellow at the Institute of Philosophy, School of Advanced Study, University of London. After an interesting exploration of how Chris Frith became interested in the study of schizophrenia, this detailed conversation examines topics such how our understanding of schizophrenia has evolved, the role of dopamine, how the brain works, the brain’s predicting role, the phantom limb phenomenon, how the brain and mind link up, how culture affects the brain and much more. 3. Understanding ADHD - A Conversation with Stephen Hinshaw, Professor of Psychology at UC Berkeley. Stephen Hinshaw is an expert in the fields of clinical child and adolescent psychology and developmental psychopathology, as well as stigma, preventive interventions and dehumanization related to mental illness. This extensive conversation examines the facts and misunderstandings surrounding ADHD, diagnosis and misdiagnosis, treatment, family responsibilities, the subtitles of medication, adult ADHD, gender, what’s happening on an international level and finally the stigma of mental illness. 4. Applied Psychology: Thinking Critically - A Conversation with Stephen Kosslyn, a renowned psychologist and Founder, President and Chief Academic Officer of Foundry College.This wide-ranging conversation explores Kosslyn and his colleagues’ extensive analysis of research results on the differences between what the top parts of the brain and the bottom parts of the brain do and what the implications of those results are for everyday life which led to a new theory of personality called the Theory of Cognitive Modes. In addition the discussion covers how pedagogical principles were applied in the real world of learning and teaching by establishing Minerva Schools at KGI. 5. Mind-Wandering & Meta-Awareness - A Conversation with Jonathan Schooler, Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of California, Santa Barbara. This wide-ranging conversation examines how mind-wandering can serve as a window into the psychological world of meta-awareness. further topics include the nature of consciousness, mindfulness, creativity, free will, verbal overshadowing and more. Howard Burton is the founder and host of all Ideas Roadshow Conversations and was the Founding Executive Director of Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. He holds a PhD in theoretical physics and an MA in philosophy.
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Design Rules Volume 1

A shared technical language, robust principles, and precise metrics are important guidance technologies that can point ... 55 To illustrate the problem, consider the following example based on a true story from the auto industry: In the ...

Author: Carliss Y. Baldwin

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262291859

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 484

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We live in a dynamic economic and commerical world, surrounded by objects of remarkable complexity and power. In many industries, changes in products and technologies have brought with them new kinds of firms and forms of organization. We are discovering news ways of structuring work, of bringing buyers and sellers together, and of creating and using market information. Although our fast-moving economy often seems to be outside of our influence or control, human beings create the things that create the market forces. Devices, software programs, production processes, contracts, firms, and markets are all the fruit of purposeful action: they are designed. Using the computer industry as an example, Carliss Y. Baldwin and Kim B. Clark develop a powerful theory of design and industrial evolution. They argue that the industry has experienced previously unimaginable levels of innovation and growth because it embraced the concept of modularity, building complex products from smaller subsystems that can be designed independently yet function together as a whole. Modularity freed designers to experiment with different approaches, as long as they obeyed the established design rules. Drawing upon the literatures of industrial organization, real options, and computer architecture, the authors provide insight into the forces of change that drive today's economy.
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