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“A far-ranging book that explains musical terms as well as the times in which the composer lived, this is one way to put a face to classical music and show a young person that real, interesting people not only composed this music but also enjoyed playing and listening to it.” —BookLoons
Helen Bauer is the author of Young People’s Guide to Classical Music. A classically trained musician and former piano, music theory, and reading teacher, she worked with Leonard Bernstein on his nationally televised Young People’s Concerts and performed at Carnegie Hall and elsewhere.
Beethoven for Kids begins with an introduction explaining some of the many obstacles Beethoven had to overcome in his life. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Stuart Dunn
I think it is simply OK. Guess I was expecting the games for younger children. The ones included are more for teenagers.Published 13 months ago by Alberto Echazarreta
Great writing, however, I wouldn't say this is for young children, maybe for a child about 12-15. The experiments in it are particularly interesting. Read morePublished 17 months ago by ahusberg
I had previously gotten the GIUSEPPI VERDI for kids which is nothing less than STUNNING and now have the BEETHOVEN FOR KIDS. Read morePublished 19 months ago by VOXXXLANE