Children playing world instruments in settings around the globe.
Children of different cultures share a love of music. Kostadin of Bulgaria has a passion for the kaval, a type of flute, but his father frowns on it because he needs his help in the fields.
Children of different cultures share one thing: a love of music which is their source of joy and motivation. Carlito lives in Columbia and wants to play accordion in the "Vallenato" musical style that he grew up hearing.
Children around the world share a passion for music. Lucumi, from Havana, has heard the drums all his life and dreams of becoming a great rhumbero.
Children of different cultures share one thing: a love of music which is their source of joy and motivation. 12 yr. old Antonio lives in Andalusia. Born into a Gypsy family of flamenco artists, he dreams of performing on television.
Children of different cultures focuses on a young child’s devotion to a traditional instrument, its history and making,and how musical traditions are passed on. Highly recommended!
When Jewish and Palestinian grade schoolers meet in a ballroom dance class in Jaffa, Israel, sparks fly. Pierre Dulaine is challenged to teach not just dance but the arts of communication and teamwork.
Learn about old and new percussion from around the world.
by Anita Ganeri. Discover the origins of the brass instruments of today.
by Anita Ganeri. Not only orchestral strings but those found around the world in other cultures.
Anita Ganeri helps us discover the many ways voices are used musically around the world.
Anita Ganeri writes and pictures the history of wind instruments and the wide variety of them used around the world today.
Boston Youth Symphony players are taken completely out of their comfort zones.
by Doug Edwards