September Composer of the Month: Vivaldi

Our composer this month is Vivaldi. Vivaldi was a composer and a violin teacher. He wrote music in what we call the Baroque Era.

If you listen in our classroom this month, you’ll likely hear some famous classical pieces by Vivaldi, which have also been used in television, film, commercials, and even cartoons!

Mrs. Yakhnenko’s favorite: “La Primavera”

Here’s the playlist:

Happy Listening!

Love,

Mrs. Yakhenkno

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January Composer of the Month: Grieg

Edvard Grieg was from Norway. He played piano, and wrote many different types of music.

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His piece, “In the Hall of the Mountain King,” has been used in lots of movie, television, and commercial soundtracks. It has even appeared in some cartoons!

If you listen closely in our classroom this month, you’ll probably hear some familiar selections of Grieg.

Mrs. Yakhnenko’s favorite: Holberg Suite II: Sarabande (Andante).

Here’s the playlist!

Happy Listening!

Love,

Mrs. Yakhnenko

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December Composer of the Month: Tchaikovsky

Pyotr Il’ich Tchaikovsky is famous for many kinds of classical music, such as symphonies and overtures. However, he is most famous for his ballets, such as the Nutcracker Suite and Swan Lake.

Tchaikovsky

Listen closely in our classroom this month, and you might just hear some pieces of music that remind you of Christmas! That’s because these ballets are usually performed during the holiday season.

Mrs. Yakhnenko’s personal favorite on the playlist: Violin Concerto in D Major Finale: Allegro Vivacissimo 🙂

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7myGhHjQTRqW5F7GtcIngM?si=FLQ6UyioSLCSziCBy_4g1Q

Happy Listening!

Love,

Mrs. Yakhnenko

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