Beethoven's Wig 4 - Dance-Along Symphonies

Beethoven's Wig 4 - Dance-Along Symphonies

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The Beethoven’s Wig series has won over forty national awards, becoming one of the most awarded children’s music series ever.

Beethoven’s Wig 4: Dance Along Symphonies features the classical pieces with vocals in the first half, and the second half is orchestral versions of the songs without vocals.

The CD booklet includes lyrics, trivia questions, and

Overview

The Beethoven’s Wig series has won over forty national awards, becoming one of the most awarded children’s music series ever.

Beethoven’s Wig 4: Dance Along Symphonies features the classical pieces with vocals in the first half, and the second half is orchestral versions of the songs without vocals.

The CD booklet includes lyrics, trivia questions, and activities. This time, the activities focus on dance! From the Label

Product Details

Release Date:
08/12/2008
Label:
Rounder / Umgd
UPC:
0011661812727
catalogNumber:
618127
Rank:
98320

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Tracks

  1. Forever We're Marching, song (after Sousa's "Washington Post March")
  2. Oh No!, song (after Joplin's "Maple Leaf Rag")
  3. A Masterpiece, song (after Mouret's Rondeau)
  4. Midnight Snack, song (after the Habanera from Bizet's "Carmen")
  5. Give Me a 10, song (after Waldteufel's "Skater's Waltz")
  6. Blow Blow Blow, song (after the Neapolitan Dance from Tchikovsky's "Swa
  7. I Want My Diploma, song (after Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March No.
  8. Joyful Waldteufel, song (after Waldteufel's "Estudiantina Waltz")
  9. Minuet Duet, song (after Bach's Minuet in G major)
  10. Rover Roll Over, song (after Johann Strauss's "Annen-Polka")
  11. Please Mr. Ringmaster, song (after Julius Fucik's "Entry of the Gladiat
  12. Beep Beep Beep, song (after Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata")
  13. The Washington Post, march for band
  14. Maple Leaf Rag, for piano
  15. Rondeau, for brass, strings & timpani (from Suite of Symphonies No. 1;
  16. Habanera
  17. Les Patineurs Valse ("Skater's Waltz"), Op. 183
  18. Neapolitan Dance
  19. Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1, for orchestra in D major, Op. 39/1
  20. Estudiantina, waltz for orchestra, Op. 191
  21. Minuet for keyboard No. 1 in G major (AMN II/1; by Christian Pezold, no
  22. Annen-Polka, for orchestra, Op. 117 (RV 117)
  23. Entry of the Gladiators (Einzug der Gladiatoren), march for orchestra,
  24. [Excerpt]

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Beethoven's Wig   Primary Artist
Richard Hayman   Conductor
United States Marine Band   Ensemble
Susan Boyd   Alto (Vocal)
Jon Joyce   Bass (Vocal),Baritone (Vocal)
Elin Carlson   Soprano (Vocal)
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra   Performing Ensemble
Richard Perlmutter   Vocals
Mike Geiger   Bass (Vocal)
Alfred Walter   Conductor
Anthony Bramall   Conductor
Richard Hayman & His Symphony Orchestra   Performing Ensemble
Michael Halász   Conductor
Jonathan Mack   Tenor (Vocal)
Johannes Wildner   Conductor
David Jeremiah   Announcer
James Judd   Conductor
Burr Middleton   Announcer
Mona Lands   Piano
Slovak State Philharmonic Orchestra Kosice   Performing Ensemble
Royal Swedish Air Force Band   Ensemble
Polish State Philharmonic Orchestra & Chorus, Katowice   Performing Ensemble
Jerker Johansson   Conductor

Technical Credits

Emile Waldteufel   Composer
Jim Grady   Vocal Arrangements
Johann Sebastian Bach   Composer
Jean-Joseph Mouret   Composer
Ted Lobinger   Engineer
Richard Perlmutter   Executive Producer,Concept,Text
Mike Geiger   Producer,Vocal Arrangements
Unspecified Enemies   Composer
Regina Kelland   Executive Producer,Management
Andy Brohard   Engineer
John R. Bourgeois   Director
Sammy Perlmutter   Illustrations,Cover Art
Stewart Sloke   Engineering
Tom Perlmutter   Booklet Design
Gregory S. Geiger   Engineer

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Beethoven's Wig 4 - Dance-Along Symphonies 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Antonioandy More than 1 year ago
A great introduction to Classical music with fun lyrics added.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago