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by Donna Lacy,Suzanne Guy


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The Orchestra, The Orchestra! by Guy, Suzanne; Lacy, Donna 0967288568, 9780967288567 Bookscouter. ISBN-13: 9780967288567.

The Orchestra, The Orchestra! whimsically entertains while it educates children ages 3-8 about the symphony orchestra and its journey from sound to song. JoAnn Falletta, an internationally known grownup conductor and classical guitarist, inspired this charming story.

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A simple introduction to the instruments in an orchestra and the role of the conductor to pull the different sounds together to make music. Includes a profile of JoAnn Falletta, who has conducted several orchestras.

Comments: (7)

Xar
I ordered this book at the suggestion of a professor of mine to add to my library. I am a music education student looking to teaching in the elementary setting and I love this book. Not only are the illustrations beautifully done and the rhyming wonderful but the way the instruments are portrayed is great! The book takes you from start to finish of what to expect if you're going to see a orchestral concert. Another huge plus is that conductor featured in the book is a woman, Joann Faletta. I have the privilege of living in an area that allows me to see the Virginia Symphony perform regularly and the illustrator captured her brilliantly. It's not often you find a woman leading a major orchestra and I'm glad someone decided to feature her. This is a great book for elementary music teachers to add to their library but more importantly it's just a well constructed children's book!
Wenaiand
Great for the classroom... neat pictures and cool storyline. It is about a (real) successful female conductor. Great for a music class too!
Kiaile
What a fun and catchy treatment of a very unique subject -- internationally renowned conductor of the Virginia Symphany Orchestra JoAnn Falletta! More and more youth biographies about famous women are being written for young readers but this is one of the best. The illustrations are outstanding -- clear, bright, even funny! The text is as lyrically rendered as the symphany itself. Encore!
Camper
It is rare to find a children's book that teaches kids quite unbeknownst to them. This book tackles a subject that could be difficult to interest kids in (it does not just cover the instruments of the orchestra, but is also a biography of sorts), but they still keep coming back for more. This captivation is due in part to the words which are delivered as lyrically as you imagine the music they speak of to be. Even more exciting to me, though, are the illustrations which are rendered so engagingly that you see them differently upon each reading.
breakingthesystem
This is a charming, humorous and educational book. The language is appropriate for the intended audience and the illustrations are beautiful. Especially nice was the introduction of a female as conductor (in a male dominated profession), the fact that the book is based on a real conductor and the interactive question and answer exercise, as well as the lesson in conducting. A book that will educate as well as entertain.
Stonewing
This book so cleverly introduces a child to the symphony and many of it's components. We bought it for all of our nieces and nephews, many of whom take some type of music lessons, and whose parents go to the symphony from time to time. They have all loved the images so much and it's now one of those "what does this instrument say?" books with our two and three year old buddies. Fun,fun,fun!
sergant
My Seven year old daughter just loves this book. She chooses it often at story time. She received the book as a gift for her sixth birthday and it was instrumental( no pun intended!) in her learning to read. She enjoys the catchy rhymes and bright and colorful artwork. I highly recommend this book!
The Orchestra, The Orchestra! download epub
Author: Donna Lacy,Suzanne Guy
ISBN: 0967288568
Category: Children's Books
Language: English
Publisher: Guy & Lacy Childrens Books (March 1, 2002)
Pages: 32 pages