by Robert Levine
by Bart Hopkin. Create simple instruments and learn about sound and music.
Donna Levene, rev ed. Children's books introduce rhythm, melody, form and style, instruments, dances and music history and work well for coop teaching.
Discover the world of wound and the amazing variety of instruments that create music.
A complete instructional unit by Artie Almeida: flashcards, printable game pieces, guided listening activities, musical examples, website lessons, and more!
The symphony orchestra comes alive in sight and sound with this interactive CD.
A Fascinating Introduction to Music and the Instruments of the Orchestra.
ed. by Jeannette Morgan. Visit the web to explore a wide range of music topics
ed. by Jeannette Morgan. Explore the many musical web resources available for music appreciation.
Genevieve Helsby. Clever texts and illustrations are keyed to the audio for continuing engagement of the reader/listener.
Genevieve Helsby, illus. by Karin Eklund. A little green troll guides us through the orchestra, with music cued to the text.
by Ann Wiseman & John Langstaff. Make an instrument and find the music in it by using it. Simple adventures.
Peter Usitnov reads the book by Mark Rubin with the Toronto Phlharmonic playing.
Music Makers introduces all the instruments and families with interactive activities and includes online access.
Conductor Andrew Davis narrates, enlightens, and entertains in a narrative introduction to the instruments.
Andrew Litton and the Dallas Symphony bring a new generation to the wonderful world of classical music, in this one introducing instrument families and demonstrating the emotions they can evoke.
Meet the families of instruments with a live orchestra of both students and professionals.
Costumed musicians perform music of the medieval and renaissance eras on period instruments before live student audiences.