Music for Little People

Music for Little People is an award-winning producer of music as well as the premier catalog resource for families searching for the best in music and musically related products for children. Music for Little People began as a mail order catalog in 1985, quickly emerging as the leading resource for quality, alternative musical product...
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MyGuitar, offers an exciting a new way for kids ages 6 and up to learn how to play acoustic guitar. The program features multimedia lessons that include video demonstrations and interactive games to help with learning chords. More information on My Guitar is available online at They offer a couple of free eMedia...
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Oklahoma City University Music Academy Newsletter

Dan Meagher of the Oklahoma City University Performing Art Academy sent along this announcement recently: We are the music outreach education department of OCU’s Bass School of Music, which for 80 years has inspired and educated students for professional music careers – including Tony, Emmy and Grammy Award winners. As part of our education...
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This website by John Kenrick offers information on the making of musicals, how they are staged by professionals and how you can produce one as well. Mr. Kenrick also offers fascinating information about the history of musicals and much more. Visit to learn more.
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The first in a projected series of music lessons for children ages 3-8, TOONING UP is an interactive CD-ROM that comes with a workbook and flash cards in a handy carrying case. The teachers are the notes themselves – singing, dancing carTOONS (sung and acted by children) who entice young viewers through a sequence...
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Basic Harmonica Lessons

This is a great site for those who want learn how  to play the harmonica. They offer five lessons here for free.
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Carnegie Hall Listening Adventures

The Carnegie Hall Listening Adventures  site states: Learn about sound, music notation, text, and instruments in a fun, interactive exploration of musical repertoire. Although designed primarily for those aged 6-12, these engaging games allow both kids and adults to experience great music while learning music concepts in a stimulating environment. I particularly enjoyed listening...
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Music from Little House on the Prairie

The Arkansas Traveler: Music from Little House on the Prairie Eighteen songs are woven into “Little House on the Prairie”, many of them among the greatest in 19th Century American music. This recording gives new voice and sound to the music from a classic book, music which has remained silent on the page for...
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Travel with music

Computers and educational software have rapidly become a part of the home schooling experience and the home environment in general. Educational software gives children the opportunity to advance at their own pace and really master the concept. Travels with Music offers children the unique opportunity for your child to take a trip around the...
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Keyboard Conversations

Keyboard Conversations®: Mozart and Friends Keyboard Conversations®: The Power and Passion of Beethoven Keyboard Conversations®: The Romance of the Piano Keyboard Conversations® with Jeffrey Siegel combine the virtuosity and poetry of a world-class pianist with entertaining commentary to create a magical concert experience. His lively, engaging insights and captivating performances make listening an enthralling...
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