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Classical Music - It's Not Just for Adults

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Sometimes nothing is as soothing, moving or inspiring as a piece of classical music. And the enjoyment of works by Mozart, Beethoven, Bach and others is certainly not limited to adults. So if you're looking for fun and informative ways to introduce classical music to your children and family, we've got just the ticket. These videos and movies are brilliant combinations of sound, color, music and story.

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By Shannon Maughan

Sometimes nothing is as soothing, moving or inspiring as a piece of classical music. And the enjoyment of works by Mozart, Beethoven, Bach and others is certainly not limited to adults. So if you're looking for fun and informative ways to introduce classical music to your children and family, we've got just the ticket. These videos and movies are brilliant combinations of sound, color, music and story.

All of our test families found Beethoven Lives Upstairs to be music to their ears (and a visual treat, too). Many were inspired to further explore Beethoven's life and work via other activities. "I was pleasantly surprised," said Mary B. "I thought it wouldn't hold my five-year-old boy's interest, but he was even asking appropriate questions. We all enjoyed watching it. We talked about who Beethoven was and how he was hearing- impaired (my son has a slight hearing impairment, so this was significant to him). Now we have to look up how Beethoven died, because my son really wants to know!"
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