06-22-19 Mozart’s Magic Fantasy - WCRI’s Classical Kids Hour

June 25th, 2019

In this weeks WCRI Classical Kids Hour hosts Jamie & Pamela invite you to join them as they listen Mozart's Magic Fantasy: A Journey Through 'The Magic Flute'. A young girl falls into a production of Mozart's great opera "The Magic Flute." Sarah, Prince Tamino and a faint-hearted dragon embark on a magic journey from the dark realm of the Queen of the Night to Sarastro's enchanted castle, with only a magic flute and bells to guide them to the princess Pamina. Together they reunite Prince Tamino with his Princess and help the birdman Papageno find his Papagena. For more information on programs like Mozart's Magic Fantasy visit classicalkidsnfp.org

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06-15-19 A Musical Journey To The Moon - WCRI’s Classical Kids Hour

June 18th, 2019

In this weeks WCRI Classical Kids Hour hosts Jamie & Pamela invite you to join them as they listen to A Musical Journey To The Moon! Gustav Holst’s ‘Planet Suite’ sets the scene for a ‘live’ musical Space Adventure – enhanced by the real voices of Mission Control and the Astronauts – this thrilling musical journey has been performed in the London Planetarium and is a hit with kids globally – and even out in space! The music is performed by the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Sir Simon Rattle. For more information on Ann Rachlin's Classical Music & Stories visit HERE

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06-08-19 Casey at the Bat & The Tortoise and the Hare - WCRI’s Classical Kids Hour

June 10th, 2019

In this weeks WCRI Classical Kids Hour hosts Jamie & Pamela invite you to join them as they listen to Casey at the Bat, The Tortoise and the Hare and more. These stories are part of the Maestro Classics collection and you can find out more about them and others by visiting www.maestroclassics.com

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06-02-19 Three Fun Musical Stories - WCRI’s Classical Kids Hour

June 3rd, 2019

In this weeks WCRI Classical Kids Hour hosts Jamie & Pamela invite you to join them as they listen to three fun musical stories...Mike Mulligan and the Steam Shovel, Merry Pranks of Master Till and The Sorcerer's Apprentice. These three stories are part of the Maestro Classics collection and you can find out more about them and others by visiting www.maestroclassics.com

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05-18-19 The Story of Handel’s Water Music - WCRI’s Classical Kids Hour

May 20th, 2019

In this weeks WCRI Classical Kids Hour hosts Jamie & Pamela invite you to join them as they listen to The Story of Handel's Water Music. Handel wrote his Water Music for King George of England, who was also his boss when he was a court composer in Germany. The party at which it was played took place on a river and lasted all night. 

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05-11-19 Mr. Bach Comes to Call - WCRI’s Classical Kids Hour

May 14th, 2019

In this weeks WCRI Classical Kids Hour hosts Jamie & Pamela invite you to join them as they listen to Mr. Bach Comes to Call. This recording tells the story of Bach's life, his trials and successes, his family life and court experiences, told through the eyes of “Mr. Bach”. The story is beautifully interwoven with Bach's best-loved music including a rich array of Brandenburg concertos, cantatas, orchestral suites. The account begins with a little girl resisting practicing the piano, until Mr. Bach comes to call and she realizes the value of music it is and the satisfaction of plenty of practice. Support Classical Kids by visiting Classical Kids Music Education

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05-04-19 Little Red Riding Hood - WCRI’s Classical Kids Hour

May 6th, 2019

In this weeks WCRI Classical Kids Hour hosts Jamie & Pamela invite you to join them as they listen to Little Red Riding Hood. Little Red Riding Hood’s mother sends her daughter to Grandma’s house with some treats. Red takes her time in the forest, singing with a mockingbird and picking strawberries. The wolf appears, assures Red he is not a stranger, and calls her by name.  Relieved, Red tells him about her sick Grandma. The wolf feigns interest and compassion.  Red begins to tell the wolf about all of the treats she is bringing Grandma, and the wolf’s stomach begins to sour - sweets make him sick. Angered by Red and embarrassed by what she has done to him, he goes to Grandma’s house intent on eating Grandma and having Red for dessert. 

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04-20-19 Hallelujah Handel - WCRI’s Classical Kids Hour

April 22nd, 2019

In this weeks WCRI Classical Kids Hour hosts Jamie & Pamela invite you to join them as they listen to Hallelujah Handel! Welcome to Georgian England where fine ladies and gentlemen travel to and from their stately homes in clattering horse-drawn carriages. Music fills London’s many concert halls and magnificent parks. But beyond this princely exterior, in a darkened room behind the opera house, lives a young, orphaned boy with a mysterious past and an extraordinary talent: he sings like an angel, but refuses to speak. For more information on this program and others like it please visit and support classicalkidsnfp.org

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