*Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.*

Friday, January 13, 2012

Swan lake - Maestro Classics/ TOS review

The Story of Swan Lake



Swan Lake from Maestro Classics  is beautiful ballet. Tchaikovsky’s greatest ballet score, is the tale of a prince who falls in love with a beautiful princess. The princess, however, has been turned into a swan by an evil magician, and only the prince’s love can break the spell. This narrated version of the classic tale for children is sure to delight all who love ballet and enchanting storytelling.

Included what is called the Digipak, which includes the CD, and a booklet that tells about the composer, the conductor, the narrator, and has several fun activities for the children that are related to the CD.

The case that it comes in is beautiful, as is the CD itself.

On the CD you will first listen to an introduction which tells the background of the story, and which instruments represent which characters.  This is really helpful.


Your children will also learn all about the composer, and about the music, among other things.

A 24-page activity book included with the CD contains a biography of Tchaikovsky, information on acoustic and electric guitars, sheet music and words for a sing-along song, explanation of major and minor keys, puzzles and more.

We really enjoy all maestro Classics CD's. They are very well done, and the music is so well done.

You can find Swan Lake and other CD's here for $16.98 for the Cd or $9.98 for the download.

I would go with the CD!

Check out what my fellow Crew Mates thought of Swan Lake



Photobucket


*I have received a copy of Swan Lake, as a member of the TOS Homeschool Review Crew, in return for my honest opinion. No other compensation has been given to me.*

1 comments:

a little of me said...

nice post thanks for sharing...looking for to visit more...blessings

Quotes

"The democracy will cease to exist
when you take away from those who are willing to work
and give to those who would not." --Thomas Jefferson
Martin Luther: b. 1483-1546: "I am very much afraid that schools will prove to be the great gates of hell unless they diligently labor in explaining the Holy Scriptures, engraving them in the hearts of youth. I advise no one to place his child where the Scriptures do not reign paramount. Every institution in which men are not increasingly occupied with the Word of God must become corrupt."

Pageviews last month