Peter and the Wolf. Live action + animation starring Kirstie Alley and Lloyd Bridges. VHS. $8 includes shipping in the U.S.
Move It. John Feierabend’s DVD and CD of movement activities to famous works of classical music, including “Aquarium” from Carnival of the Animals, “Romeo and Juliet”, (Prokofiev), “Fur Elise”, “Gymnopedie”….20 pieces of music in all. $10 includes shipping in the U.S.
Venetian Carnivale. Scene’s of Venice’s Carnival. I used this in conjunction with “Vivaldi’s Ring of Mystery” from the Classical Kids series, as it gave the students a clear picture of what the Venetian Carnivale looks like. VHS. $7 includes shipping in the U.S.
Fin, Feathers and Fur. Live action Carnival of the Animals with some animation. Gary Burgoff. (Mash’s “Radar”). VHS. $8 includes shipping in the U.S.
Blast. Brass instruments. VHS. $8 includes shipping in the U.S.
Animusic and Animusic 2. the kids love these and they’re great for teaching instrument families, even though the “instruments” are computer generated. In my humble opinion, the guy who made these is a creative genius, musically and technologically. DVD. $9 each or Both for $16 includes shipping in the U.S.
Stomp Out Loud. Lotsa Rhythm..holds their attention. VHS. $8 includes shipping in the U.S.
Melody Time: Includes “Blame It On the Samba”, “Pecos Bill”, “Johnny “Appleseed”, “Bumble Boogie” and “Little Toot”. VHS. $8 includes shipping in the U.S.
Make Mine Music VHS includes the original Disney “Peter and the Wolf”, “Casey at the Bat”, “The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met” , “Johnnie Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet” recorded by the Andrews Sisters and lots more. One of my end of the year “go to” videos. VHS. $9 includes shipping in the U.S.
Where the Wild Things Are. Includes the animations and songs from “Really Rosie“: A-Alligators, Pierre I Don’t Care, One Was Johnny, Chicken Soup With Rice. Warning: Do not show “In the Night Kitchen” to students. (Full frontal cartoon nudity.) DVD. Originally $22.00. $10 includes shipping in the U.S.