Flight of the Bumblebee

This is part 13 in Maestro Musicians Academy’s Series on classical music for children. It is designed to be read as a story. Why not read it to them before bedtime and show them the videos that follow? Did you know that music can describe sounds in nature? A Russian composer whose name was Nikolai […]

Hoe Down

This is part 12 in Maestro Musicians Academy’s Series on classical music for children. It is designed to be read as a story. Why not read it to them before bedtime and show them the video that follows? Have you ever been square-dancing? Perhaps you have heard of a hoedown? What is a square dance […]

The William Tell Overture (A. K. A. The Lone Ranger)

This is part 11 in Maestro Musicians Academy’s Series on classical music for children. It is designed to be read as a story. Why not read it to them before bedtime and show them the video that follows? Most of you have heard the music in our story today without knowing what it was called. […]

La Paloma

This is part 10 in Maestro Musicians Academy’s Series on classical music for children. It is designed to be read as a story. Why not read it to them before bedtime and show them the video that follows? Do you think of pictures when you hear music? Or perhaps sometimes you might see pictures that […]

Summertime by George Gershwin

This is part 9 in Maestro Musicians Academy’s Series on classical music for children. It is designed to be read as a story. Why not read it to them before bedtime and show them the video that follows?  Did you know that composers often write music about the seasons? Although we will save it for another […]

Sobre las Olas (Over the Waves)

This is part 8 in Maestro Musicians Academy’s Series on classical music for children. It is designed to be read as a story. Why not read it to them before bedtime and show them the video that follows? Sometimes we hear songs in our lives that our parents and grandparents have heard. Often, the songs somehow […]