More! Sing Along Symphonies

More! Sing Along Symphonies
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  • Creator:Beethoven's Wig
  • Label:Rounder
  • Category:Music
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  • Sales Rank:46,627
  • Format:CD
  • Languages:English (Original Language), English (Unknown)
  • Media:Audio CD
  • Number Of Discs:1
  • Discs:1
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.2
  • Dimensions (in):4.9 x 5.6 x 0.5
  • Release Date:March 16, 2004
  • MPN:011661811928
  • Model:1974553
  • UPC:011661811928
  • EAN:0011661811928
  • ASIN:B0001I2C8O
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Tracks
  • “Stuck In The Saddle Again” (Light Cavalry March, Suppe)
  • “Sing Verdi Very Loud” (La donna e mobile, from Rigoletto, Verdi)
  • “It’s The Same Every Verse” (In The Hall of The Mountain King, from Peer Gynt Suite, Grieg)
  • Musical B’s (Hungarian Dance #5, Brahms)
  • Don’t Play That Violin (Violin Concerto #2, Paganini)
  • Schubert’s Trout (Trout Quintet, Schubert)
  • Dvorak The Czechoslovak (Humoresque #7, Dvorak)
  • A Fan of Chopin (Prelude 7, Op. 28, Chopin)
  • Please Do Not Tease The Viennese (Blue Danube Waltz, Strauss)
  • It’s Spring! (Spring, from The Four Seasons, Vivaldi)
  • Wow What a Wedding Cake (Wedding March, from A Midsummer Night’s Dream,. Mendelssohn)
  • Instrumental Performances:
  • Light Cavalry March, Suppe
  • La donna e mobile, from Rigoletto, Verdi (with vocals)
  • In The Hall of The Mountain King, from Peer Gynt Suite, Grieg
  • Hungarian Dance #5, Brahms
  • Violin Concerto #2, Paganini
  • Trout Quintet, Schubert
  • Humoresque #7, Dvorak
  • Prelude 7, Op. 28, Chopin
  • Blue Danube Waltz, Strauss
  • Spring, from The Four Seasons, Vivaldi

Editorial Reviews:
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Genre: Childrens
Media Format: Compact Disk
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Release Date: 16-MAR-2004
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From a pure-pleasure standpoint, the first Beethoven's Wig was nothing to flip over, and the second disc in the series follows suit. However, that is not to say that this is not a valuable and possibly ingenious record. Those unfamiliar with the premise will quickly get the picture: Producer/writer/lead singer/chief clever guy Richard Perlmutter gathers a bundle of important classical works (Paganini's "Violin Concerto #2," Strauss' "Blue Danube Waltz") and makes up silly, catchy lyrics to lay over them, informing the listener about the piece or its composer. Standing out for their offbeat brilliance this time are "Dvorak the Czechoslovak" ("Humoresque #7," Dvorak) and "Wow What a Wedding Cake" (Wedding March from A Midsummer Night's Dream, Mendelssohn). Few stabs at mixing education with entertainment succeed so well. As a bonus, the second half of the CD repeats the symphonies straight up, presenting a neat opportunity to quiz kids 5-12 on what and who they've just heard. --Tammy La Gorce

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