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    • Peter and the Wolf

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    • The A to Z Symphony

    • The A to Z Symphony (full title The A to Z Symphony: Music Appreciation 101 - For Kids) is a direct-to-video DVD release by Classical Fun Music. Symphony consists of 26 one-minute-long videos, set to classical music. The series of vignettes runs 32 minutes long. According to its packaging it "Makes College-Level Music ... Read »


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    • The Carnival of the Animals

    • The Carnival of the Animals (Le carnaval des animaux) is a humorous musical suite of fourteen movements by the French Romantic composer Camille Saint-Saëns. The work was written for private performance by an ad hoc ensemble of two pianos and other instruments, and lasts around 25 minutes. Following a disastrous ... Read »


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    • Children's Songbook


    • Festigal

    • Festigal (Hebrew: פסטיגל‎‎) is an annual Israeli song and dance show for children. The Festigal is held every year at Hanukkah time, during the school vacation. It began as a song contest but the format gradually changed to include performances by well-known Israeli singers and actors. Now t ... Read »


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    • Fofão (character)


    • Gerry and The Crocodettes

    • Gerry And The Crocodettes are a space themed children's musical group formed in New Zealand in 2006 by Gerry Holmes (now Gerry Drummond). The group is led by Gerry Drummond and currently also consists of the characters, Frincess (a frog princess), Herman (a yeti), Pat the Alligator and two Star Fairies, Venus and Satur ... Read »


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    • Kid Pan Alley

    • Kid Pan Alley is an American 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Washington, Virginia founded by Paul Reisler of the band Trapezoid in 1999 that provides group songwriting residency programs to children in schools across the United States. Kid Pan Alley's mission is "to inspire and empower children to work togeth ... Read »


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    • Kindie rock

    • Kindie rock is a style of children's music that "melds the sensibility of the singer-songwriter with themes aimed at kids under 10." Many popular kindie rock artists first gained fame as adult performers, including Dan Zanes and They Might Be Giants. Other well-known kindie rock artists started directly in the genre or ... Read »


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    • List of Strawberry Shortcake Compact Discs

    • As of 2007, 6 soundtracks (plus the soundtrack for the movie) have been released to CD. In addition to the abovementioned CDs, a special 10-track CD was released with the book Strawberry Shortcake: Sing-a-Long, published by Alfred Music. The CD contains 5 full songs selected from the Strawberry Jams CD as well as the ... Read »


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    • Anne Lloyd

    • for other persons named "Anne Lloyd" see Anne Lloyd Vincent, known professionally as Anne Lloyd (November 25, 1923 – August 27, 1999) was a clear-voiced and charismatic American singer best known for her children's records on the Golden Records label. Born in Teaneck, New Jersey, Anne Lloyd's family relocat ... Read »


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    • Nanatsu no Ko

    • Nanatsu no Ko (七つの子?, lit. Seven children, or Seven baby crows, The crow's seven chicks) is a popular Japanese children's song with lyrics written by Ujō Noguchi (野口雨情 Noguchi Ujō) and composed by Nagayo Motoori (本居 長世 Motoori Nagayo). Published in Kin n ... Read »


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    • Nick Records

    • Nick Records

      Nick Records (also known as Nickelodeon Records or Nick Music) is the record label for the children's television channel Nickelodeon. The label featured new and emerging young musical artists, "triple threat" singers who would also act and dance on the network's series, and soundtrack and compilations based on Nickelod ... Read »


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    • Northern Saskatchewan International Children's Festival


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    • Patch the Pirate

    • Patch the Pirate is an Evangelical Christian series of character-building, comical, musical recordings for children produced by Majesty Music. These comical capers teach Christian values to children through story and song recordings, children’s choir clubs, and radio programs. Patch the Pirate is played by Ron "Pa ... Read »


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    • Peter and the Wolf

    • Peter and the Wolf (Russian: Петя и волк, Petya i volk), Op. 67, is a composition written by Sergei Prokofiev in 1936 in the USSR. It is a children's story (with both music and text by Prokofiev), spoken by a narrator accompanied by the orchestra. In 1936, Sergei Prokofiev was commissioned b ... Read »


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    • Pinocchio (singer)

    • Pinocchio is a fictional, animated French character and singer. He debuted in 2005 with a single titled "T'es pas cap Pinocchio", which reached number 2 in France, and followed with the singles "Pinocchio en hiver (Kalinka)", "Petit papa Noël", "DJ Pinocchio", etc. during the years 2005–2007. ... Read »


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    • Playhouse Records

    • Playhouse Records is the record label founded by Jim Copp and Ed Brown in 1958 to release albums of children's music. Over the course of 13 years, Copp and Brown wrote, recorded, designed, produced and promoted nine LPs of their own material and continued to run the label until 1978 when Ed Brown died from pancreatic c ... Read »


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    • School Tyme Hip-Hop


    • Si-Do

    • Detski Muzicki Festival Si-Do is a children's festival held annually in Bitola, Republic of Macedonia. Held in November, it has gained much support from the audience in recent years. Children from across the country participated on this event which usually consisted of 15–20 songs. This festival was supported by t ... Read »


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    • Sing Up

    • In 2007 the then Department for Education and Skills announced a 10 million investment in a national singing programme responding to the recommendations of the Music Manifesto. In 2008, the funding was extended to 40 million over four years, ending in March 2011. In March 2011, the Government announced a further 4 mil ... Read »


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    • Secret Agent 23 Skidoo

    • Secret Agent 23 Skidoo (or SAS23) is a Kid-Hop musician from Asheville, NC, United States. Known as "The King of Kid-Hop", Secret Agent 23 Skidoo has been performing on the Children's Music scene since 2008. SAS23 introduces kids to hip hop music and tours with his daughter, MC Fireworks and his wife, Bootysattva. The ... Read »


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    • Children's song


    • Teletubbies – The Album


    • The Runaway Bunny (musical composition)

    • The Runaway Bunny is a concerto for violin, reader and orchestra by the contemporary American composer Glen Roven, with text from the classic children's bedtime story The Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown. The concerto premiered at Carnegie Hall on April 29, 2008 with Roven conducting the American Symphony Orchestra ... Read »


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    • Titou Le Lapinou

    • Titou Le Lapinou (or Titou for short) is a fictional French singer, a little young rabbit. His target audience are young children aged around 1–6. He is most known for his two first singles, "Le Titou" and "Le Coucou De Titou", that reached number 4 and number 6 in France, respectively. He also released two album ... Read »


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    • Tokyo Kodomo Club

    • Tokyo Kodomo Club (東京こどもクラブ, Tōkyō Kodomo Kurabu), meaning Tokyo Children Club, is an early childhood education program published in Japan in an audio-visual format, distributed monthly on a record. The 7-inch record contained stories and songs, accompanied by a picture boo ... Read »


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    • Toy Symphony

    • The Toy Symphony (full title: Cassation in G major for toys, 2 oboes, 2 horns, strings and continuo) is a musical work with parts for toy instruments. It was long reputed to be the work of Joseph Haydn, but later scholarship suggested that it was actually written by Leopold Mozart. Its authorship is still disputed, ho ... Read »


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    • Treehouse Trolls Birthday Day

    • Treehouse Trolls Birthday Day (1992) is a live action children's musical created for home video, written by G.G. Smith. Produced and directed by Ernest Schultz, executive producer was Christopher A. Cohen, son of Broadway producer, Alexander H. Cohen. Choreographer was Lawrence Leritz, costumes by Tony winning designer ... Read »


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    • Treehouse Trolls Forest of Fun and Wonder

    • Treehouse Trolls Forest of Fun and Wonder (1992) is a children's musical, live action video. It stars Danny Rutigliano and Rachael Harris. Executive producer was Christopher A. Cohen, directed by Ernest Schultz, choreographed by Lawrence Leritz and costumes by Broadway's Alvin Colt. Written by G. G. Smith. Released by ... Read »


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    • Tubby the Tuba (song)

    • "Tubby the Tuba" is the title of a 1945 song with lyrics written by Paul Tripp and music composed by George Kleinsinger. The original recording featured Tripp's narration. The second recording, released on the Decca label, was sung by Danny Kaye. The song traces its origins back to World War II, following the attack o ... Read »


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    • Where in the World of Music Is Carmen Sandiego?


    • The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra


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