This pensive music was composed by the famous harpist Marisa Robles. It’s from her Narnia Suite, which she wrote in 1991 — over a decade before the release of the movie based on C. S. Lewis’s classic, The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe.
The Deightons were the darlings of the accoustic folk rock busking world during the 1980s and 90s, offering an eclectic mix of old timey and contemporary music, played by the Deighton parents, as well as all of their four children.
You can build a very aerobic morning, or afternoon, or evening in your house around this song alone. It’s called, as you might guess, “Dance Around,” and it’s on the new Ralph’s World CD called Green Gorilla, Monster & Me .
That’s Wai Lana, the creator of a number of yoga CDs and DVDs for children and their parents. This soothing excerpt is from a CD called Little Yogi’s Daydream.
That’s a few measures from John Phillip Souza’s rousing “Stars and Stripes Forever” from a new CD called Good Music for Little Guys, a compilation of classical pieces.
How’s this for a buzz of toe-tapping nonsense, from the Wee Hairy Beasties on their CD, Animal Crackers, from Bloodshot Records. Brief Sound Clip: We’d better stop…
If you’re starting to pull together those loose ends for a family car trip this summer, you might want to consider packing a copy of this new CD compilation, Sing Along with Putumayo.
That’s Brooke Shields with the opening words from Margaret Wise Brown’s 1942 The Runaway Bunny, set to an original score here by Glen Roven, the Emmy award winning composer.
Nonsense, we know, is a fine art, and some of the very best of it is served up with a good bit of blarney, like…
That’s Michael Armstrong performing a glockenspiel, mellotron, and vibraphone version of the Eagle’s famous “Hotel California,” on a new series of CDs called Rockabye Baby! from Baby Rock Records.