Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Green Golly & Her Golden Flute {Giveaway}

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It has long been suspected that classical music has the power to expand and relax our minds.  I know when I'm feeling anxious, it helps me to calm down and just focus on the beauty.  Why not share that experience with your children?  Flute Sweet & Tickletoon also referred to as Barbara Siesel and Keith Torgan, are the artists behind the new album, Green Golly & Her Golden Flute. 

It tells the story of Green Golly, a young lady who, unlike Rapunzel, takes her experience in stride.  The evil witch traps Green Golly in a tower after her parents traded her for a salad.  Instead of weeping and crying, Green Golly makes the best of it, playing her flute and writing poetry.  It's a new, funny take on the classic tale and it will have you and your kids laughing while enjoying the magical sound of the flute, piano and other classic instruments along the way.

After the story is told, you can enjoy uninterrupted classical music.  I listened to this in the car today and found myself humming along to the tunes I recognized (though I couldn't name any of the composers, I recalled their beautiful music).

The CD sells for $14.99, or an MP3 version can be purchased for $9.99.  Click here to preview and purchase.

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42 comments:

  1. I learned:

    Now We Can Sing: Home In America is a traditional recital placed in a theatrical setting – the audience arrives at the concert and is transported to the atmosphere of the cultural world of prewar Germany

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  7. loves to make music mverno@roadrunner.com

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  8. I learned that Tugboat Music, was founded because of a concern that children were not experiencing live performance, classical music, and theatre in their daily lives.

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  14. it is a husband and wife team
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  15. They actually do a workshop to teach little kids to write music! Awesome!
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  16. I subscribe to your blog via e-mail.
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  17. I learned that Barbara Siesal has performed at Carnegie Hall, carawling(at)hotmail(Dot)com

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    Now We Can Sing: Home In America is a traditional recital placed in a theatrical setting – the audience arrives at the concert and is transported to the atmosphere of the cultural world of prewar Germany.

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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  19. I learned that they host music writing workshops. Amazing!

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  20. Each original song was created to engage the imagination of the very young.

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  21. This is a husband and a wife.

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  22. They are a husband and wife team.

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  23. Keith Torgan, singer, songwriter, guitarist, actor and storyteller, is a multi-talented artist with more than twenty years of experience in children’s music who has appeared at hundreds of theaters, cabarets, universities, museums, schools, and libraries throughout the United States.

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  25. I learned that in 1999 Barbara Siesel created the Storm King Music Festival, devoted to exploring the intersection of new technology and acoustic performance of new music.

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  26. I subscribed with the email address lilyk@mail2world.com.

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