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  • Frogs Play Cellosby Laura Lyn DiSiena; Hannah Eliot; Pete Oswald; Aaron Spurgeon

    Little Simon 2014; US$ 6.99

    Rock out with this book of fun facts about xylophones, cymbals, concerts, and more! Did you know that the violin contains more than 70 separate pieces of wood? How about that you can tune your guitar to the sound of a dial tone because it?s an ?A?? Or that the Beatles were first called the Blackjacks, and then the Quarrymen? Filled with... more...

  • Frogs Play Cellosby Laura Lyn DiSiena; Hannah Eliot; Pete Oswald; Aaron Spurgeon

    Little Simon 2014; Not Available

    Rock out with this book of fun facts about xylophones, cymbals, concerts, and more! Did you know that the violin contains more than 70 separate pieces of wood? How about that you can tune your guitar to the sound of a dial tone because it?s an ?A?? Or that the Beatles were first called the Blackjacks, and then the Quarrymen? Filled with... more...

  • Dem Bonesby Bob Barner

    Chronicle Books LLC 2012; US$ 8.99

    Shoulder bone connected to da neck bone. Neck bone connected to da head bone. Dem Bones, Dem Bones, Dem Dry Bones Colorful torn paper collages bring to life this classic African American spiritual. The frolicking skeletons will captivate children and adults while they sing along with this well-known, catchy song. Accompanied by interesting, informative... more...

  • Out and About at the Orchestraby Barbara J Turner

    Picture Window Books 2003; US$ 19.95

    Examines the instruments that make up an orchestra, their arrangement on the stage, the role of the conductor, and the need of the musicians to practice. more...

  • A Certain Musicby Celeste Walters; Anne Spudvilas

    Random House Australia 2010; US$ 8.48

    A fairytale in the tradition of Hans Christian Andersen - heart-warming and enchanting. It is 1823 and the child is a loner who spends her time hiding in the Vienna Woods until she spies an old man - a music maker. And so begins an odd friendship which develops through their mutual love of music. The man is composing a new work. It will break new... more...

  • Making Music in the Primary Schoolby Nick Beach; Julie Evans; Gary Spruce

    Taylor and Francis 2010; US$ 46.95

    An essential guide for teaching and learning music with the whole class.  It provides a framework for successful musical experiences with large groups of children and is illustrated throughout with carefully designed activities to try out in the classroom. The guidance in this book will help you support and develop children?s musical experience, more...

  • Elena's Serenadeby Campbell Geeslin; Ana Juan

    Atheneum Books for Young Readers 2011; Not Available

    Who ever heard of a girl glassblower? In Mexico, where the sun is called el sol and the moon is called la luna, a little girl called Elena wants to blow into a long pipe...and make bottles appear, like magic. But girls can't be glassblowers. Or can they? Join Elena on her fantastic journey to Monterrey -- home of the great glassblowers! -- in... more...

  • Who Was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart?by Yona Z McDonough; Carrie Robbins

    Penguin Group US 2003; US$ 4.99

    Born in Austria in 1756, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart composed his first piece of music, a minuet, when he was just five years old! Soon after, he was performing for kings and emperors. Although he died at the young age of thirty-five, Mozart left a legacy of more than 600 works. This fascinating biography charts the musician's extraordinary career and... more...

  • Why Beethoven Threw the Stewby Steven Isserlis

    Faber & Faber 2012; US$ 7.28

    In Why Beethoven Threw the Stew , renowned cellist Steven Isserlis sets out to pass on to children a wonderful gift given to him by his own cello teacher - the chance to people his own world with the great composers by getting to know them as friends. Witty and informative at the same time, Isserlis introduces us to six of his favourite composers:... more...

  • Elena's Serenadeby Campbell Geeslin; Ana Juan

    Atheneum Books for Young Readers 2011; Not Available

    Who ever heard of a girl glassblower? In Mexico, where the sun is called el sol and the moon is called la luna, a little girl called Elena wants to blow into a long pipe...and make bottles appear, like magic. But girls can't be glassblowers. Or can they? Join Elena on her fantastic journey to Monterrey -- home of the great glassblowers! -- in... more...