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Busy Kids Love Music

Feb 11, 2020

It's just a few days before Valentine's Day, so in today's podcast, we're talking about famous love songs in classical music. Don't worry -- I promise not to get too mushy on you!

In this episode you'll learn about...

  • Which composer was unlucky in love, though he did write a famous piano piece for one of two possible...


Jan 28, 2020

While Haydn may be considered the Father of the Symphony, Beethoven's symphonies are perhaps the most well-known -- and groundbreaking -- symphonies of all time.

In today's episode of Busy Kids Love Music, we are going to take a look at each of these symphonies and learn more about the famous and flawed composer himself...


Jan 14, 2020

Today's episode of Busy Kids Love Music explores the symphony, which is a word that you might hear a lot but aren't exactly sure what it means. Not only will I tell you what it means, but we'll also learn...

  • How many musicians play in a symphony orchestra
  • Who is considered the Father of the Symphony
  • All about the...


Dec 31, 2019

The saxophone is an instrument with a lot of personality. Perhaps because it produces a sound that is shockingly similar to the human voice or maybe because it has a wide range of dynamics, the saxophone gives way to emotional expression that not all instruments are able to create. Whether it's a classical piece by...


Dec 17, 2019

The Nutcracker is perhaps the most well-known of ballets, and chances are, you're hearing some of this famous music quite often during this holiday season!

Today's episode of Busy Kids Love Music is a story-telling episode. I am going to tell you the story of The Nutcracker as it is portrayed in the ballet. As I tell it...