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Kids Can Listen, Kids Can Move! - Lynn Kleiner

Kids Can Listen Kids Can Move
Media/Arrangement: Printed Book with CD
Category: Dance, Movement, Music
Publisher: Faber Music
Order Code: BMR07023CD

Pre-School KS1 CD

Product Description

Lynn Kleiner presents her creative ideas and stories for movement and percussion-playing as she delights preschool through primary-age children with orchestral favourites.

There are selections for marching, dancing, trotting, skipping, jumping, hiding, sleeping, playing instruments, entering class, and saying goodbye.

Lots of fun, this book will allow teachers to capture children's interest in orchestral music for a lifetime. The CD contains 25 tracks including selections from Bizet's Carmen, Saint-Saens' Carnival of the Animals, Dvorak's New World Symphony, Haydn's Surprise Symphony and many, more.


1) The Syncopated Clock (Leroy Anderson (U.S., 1908–1975))
/media/soundclips/Other/BMR07023CD-Forgotten-Dreams.mp3 2) Forgotten Dreams (Leroy Anderson)
/media/soundclips/Other/BMR07023CD-Sleigh-Ride.mp3 3) Sleigh Ride (Leroy Anderson)
4) Lieutenant Kije, from Symphonic Suite, Op. 60 (Troika) (Sergei Prokofiev (Russia, 1891–1953))
5) Hungarian Dance No. 6 (Johannes Brahms (Germany, 1833–1897))
6) Run, Run! from Memories of Childhood (Octavio Pinto (Brazil, 1890–1950))
7) Children’s March (“Over the Hills and Far Away”) (Percy Grainger (U.S., Australian-born, 1882–1961))
8) Creatures of the Garden (Herbert Donaldson (U.S., b1918))
9) The Wild Horseman (Robert Schumann (Germany, 1810–1856) (arr. Donaldson))
10) Chinese Dance, from The Nutcracker (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Russia, 1840–1893))
11) Trepak Dance, from The Nutcracker (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky)
12) March, from The Nutcracker (Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky)
13) Prelude to Act I, from Carmen (Theme 1) (Georges Bizet (France, 1838–1875))
14) Viennese Musical Clock, from Háry János Suite (Zoltán Kodály (Hungary, 1882–1967))
15) Hungarian Dance No. 5 (Johannes Brahms)
16) Colonel Bogey March (Kenneth Alford (U.S., 1881–1945))
17) Aquarium, from Carnival of the Animals (Camille Saint-Saëns (France, 1835–1921))
18) Kangaroos, from Carnival of the Animals (Camille Saint-Saëns)
19) The Cuckoo in the Depths of the Woods, from Carnival of the Animals (Camille Saint-Saëns)
20) Pizzicato, from Sylvia, ou la nymphe de Diane (Léo Delibes (France, 1836–1891))
21) Primo Vere: V.Ecce Gratum, from Carmina Burana (Carl Orff (Germany, 1895–1982))
22) “Come, My Friends,” a melody from Symphony No. 6 (Pastorale), Op. 68 (Allegretto) (Ludwig van Beethoven (Germany, 1770–1827))
23) Theme and Variations, from Surprise Symphony (Franz Josef Haydn (Austria, 1732–1809))
24) Adagio, from Symphony No. 1 (Johannes Brahms)
25) Largo, from Symphony No. 9 (New World) (Antonin Dvorák (Czechoslovakia, 1841–1904))

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