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  1. My First Classical Music Book

    My First Classical Music Book is a delightfully colorful introduction to classical music, designed to fire the imagination of children aged 5-7 years. Readers are asked to think about the different places in which we might hear music. Then, each of the major composers and musical instrument families are introduced and brought to life in a vivid and enchanting way. Throughout the book, children are referred to the accompanying audio CD so that they can hear examples as they read. This is the most exceptional book of its kind, providing an absorbing experience for both eyes and ears.
    $12.99
  2. Peter and the Wolf Book and CD

    A CD featuring the Cincinnati Pops' rendition of Prokofiev's music and narration by Peter Thomas accompanies this new version of Peter's story, which Malone handsomely illustrates in soft-edged paintings.

    Feathery brush strokes and golden hues lend a comforting, nostalgic feel to the story, while bold close-up views of the agile, sharp-toothed wolf will thrill children. Schulman's retelling and the accompanying recording make an appealing package. The expertly produced images and music will easily draw children into this classic, and its sly introduction to the sounds of the symphony.
    $19.95
  3. Beethoven's Symphonies: A Guided Tour (Book & CD)

    The latest release in this value rich book/CD series brings us the great German composer who bridged the classical and romantic eras. In Beethoven's Symphonies A Guided Tour , readers are treated to a detailed nuts-and-bolts description in easy-to-understand English of each of the famous nine Beethoven symphonies. This book is perfect for anyone who wants to read, listen, and learn more about Beethoven (1770-1827), and discover how this musical genius changed the face of orchestral music forever.
    $22.95
  4. Blues Dialogues: Music by Black Composers (CD) Blues Dialogues: Music by Black Composers (CD)
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    Blues Dialogues: Music by Black Composers (CD)

    Violinist Rachel Barton Pine headlines Blues Dialogues, a groundbreaking album of blues- influenced classical works for violin and violin and piano by 20th and 21st century composers of African descent.
    $18.99
  5. Michael Tilson Thomas Conducts Gershwin (7 CDs) Michael Tilson Thomas Conducts Gershwin (7 CDs)
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    Michael Tilson Thomas Conducts Gershwin (7 CDs)

    Including favorites like “An American In Paris,” “Rhapsody In Blue,” and selections from Porgy and Bess, this seven-disc set contains some of George Gershwin’s best work. Michael Tilson Thomas (b. 1944) is the music director of the San Francisco Symphony as well as the artistic director of the New World Symphony Orchestra.

    “Michael Tilson Thomas’s long association with the music of George Gershwin results in performances so idiomatic they could be categorized as (almost) definitive … Thomas not only reveals Gershwin’s compositional genius but also wonderfully captures the composer’s trademark playful swagger.” (BBC Music Magazine)
    $26.99
  6. Yuja Wang: The Berlin Recital (CD) Yuja Wang: The Berlin Recital (CD)
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    Yuja Wang: The Berlin Recital (CD)

    Russian romanticism and timeless late 20th-century miniatures occupy Yuja Wang in this solo recital album, The Berlin Recital, containing Wang’s impassioned survey of landmark works by Rachmaninov, Scriabin, Ligeti and Prokofiev. Yuja Wang stirs memories of legendary artists with interpretations of boundless imagination, jaw-dropping technical command and transcendent power.
    $18.99
  7. Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet (CD) Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet (CD)
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    Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet (CD)

    Sergey Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet was completed after the composer’s final repatriation to Soviet Russia after a period abroad. It was written for the Kirov Ballet but early productions faltered, and Prokofiev soon adapted his music to the concert hall. The Suites avoid narrative sequence, selecting crucial moments such as the famous “balcony scene”, and dramatic climaxes such as The Death of Tybalt. Composed to celebrate the famous author’s 150th anniversary, the Pushkin Waltzes are relaxed, easygoing, and with a typically witty edge.
    $16.99
  8. Still: Symphonies Nos. 4 and 5 (CD) Still: Symphonies Nos. 4 and 5 (CD)
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    Still: Symphonies Nos. 4 and 5 (CD)

    This disc includes three of American composer William Grant Still's works, the Fourth and Fifth symphonies and Poem for Orchestra.
    $18.98
  9. Still: Symphonies Nos. 2 & 3 (CD) Still: Symphonies Nos. 2 & 3 (CD)
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    Still: Symphonies Nos. 2 & 3 (CD)

    The life and career of the African-American composer William Grant Still qualifies as the quintessential American 'success story.' Often referred to as the 'dean of African-American composers,' Still rose from humble beginnings to work as an arranger while studying composition with Chadwick and Varèse. Still embraced the blues, spirituals, jazz, and other ethnic American musics within classical forms. Wood Notes musically depicts Still's love of nature. Symphony No. 2, the last of a trilogy of works depicting the African-American experience, presents the vision of an integrated American society, while Symphony No. 3 describes a spiritual 'day in the life' of a devout worshipper. This disc completes the Naxos cycle of William Grant Still's Symphonies.
    $18.98
  10. LA Phil Gustavo Dudamel Magnet

    As we enter the 2018/19 season, celebrate Gustavo Dudamel's 10th year as the Los Angeles Philharmonic's Music & Artistic Director with this exclusive magnet.
    $5.50

   

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