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by Peter Malone,Janet Schulman

ePub Sergei Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf: With a Fully-Orchestrated and Narrated CD download
Author:
Peter Malone,Janet Schulman
ISBN13:
978-0375924309
ISBN:
0375924302
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Publisher:
Knopf Books for Young Readers; Book and CD-ROM edition (September 14, 2004)
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Subcategory:
Animals
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1461 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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239

I remember Peter and the Wolf as a child.

A CD featuring the Cincinnati Pops' rendition of Prokofiev's music and narration by Peter Thomas accompanies this new version of Peter's story, which Malone handsomely illustrates in soft-edged paintings. Feathery brush strokes and golden hues lend a comforting, nostalgic feel to the story, while bold close-up views of the agile, sharp-toothed wolf will thrill children. I remember Peter and the Wolf as a child. But this one is politically correct in that the wolf coughs up the duck and goes back to the woods in the the end. I seem to remember the wolf ate the duck and then got shot for his efforts.

Title: Peter and the Wolf Author/Illustrator: Sergei Prokofiev Genre: European Folk Tale Theme: Adventure . I was excited when friends recently gave Sebastian this book with included cd of Prokofiev's setting of the story

Title: Peter and the Wolf Author/Illustrator: Sergei Prokofiev Genre: European Folk Tale Theme: Adventure Opening Line: One morning, a boy named Peter opened his gate and walked out into the big green meadow that was beyond it. Brief Summary: Spite what he is told, Peter ventures into danger. He meets a wicked wolf and goes full cirle in saving other animals he encounters as well as the wolf. I was excited when friends recently gave Sebastian this book with included cd of Prokofiev's setting of the story. Excited because as a young child I had a 45 of the music that I enjoyed listening to often.

Sergei Prokofiev; Janet Schulman; Peter Malone. The illustrations for this book are very well done. They are very representative of the culture Prokofiev comes from. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. As a child I had a recording of the Disney version of this story, which I played until I wore it out! The storytelling and music is the same high quality, but these illustrations are so much better! This book is a great tool to use to teach music tells a story.

With a Fully-Orchestrated and Narrated C. By Sergei Prokofiev Illustrated by Peter Malone Retold by Janet Schulman.

With a Fully-Orchestrated and Narrated CD. Category: Children’s Picture Books. A new retelling by Janet Schulman follows the basic story, but with a kinder ending for both the big bad wolf and the argumentative duck. Peter Malone’s paintings have the luminous quality of old Russian masters.

Sergei Prokofiev, one of the greatest composers of the 20th century, was born in 1891 in the Ukraine and died in 1953 in Moscow. He composed Peter and the Wolf in 1936

Sergei Prokofiev, one of the greatest composers of the 20th century, was born in 1891 in the Ukraine and died in 1953 in Moscow. He composed Peter and the Wolf in 1936. Peter Malone has illustrated many distinguished picture books, including Brother Sun, Sister Moon: The Life and Stories of St. Francis, The World of King Arthur and His Court, and Magic Flute. Peter Malone lives in Bath, England

The York Symphony Orchestra presented copies of the book Peter and the Wolf to our 13 York County Libraries. Libraries are planning related story times and activities. This list of books about music includes the ABCs, biographies, fictional stories and informational books that all focus on music.

The York Symphony Orchestra presented copies of the book Peter and the Wolf to our 13 York County Libraries. The San Bernardino Symphony will perform their annual matinee concert, Peter and the Wolf, Jan. Peter and the Wolf with CD. Открыть.

Sergei Prokofiev, Janet Schulman, Peter Malone. THERE IS NO better way to introduce children to classical music than with Prokofiev’s musical fairy tale of the little boy (played by all the strings of the orchestra) who, with the help of a bird (played by the flute), outsmarted the big, bad wolf (played by the French horns). And now with this book and CD package, children can look and listen all at the same time. A new retelling by Janet Schulman follows the basic story, but with a kinder ending for both the big bad wolf and the argumentative duck

Peter Malone’s paintings have the luminous quality of old Russian masters.

Sergei Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf: With a Fully-Orchestrated and Narrated CD. By Sergei Prokofiev. The CD, with music performed by the Cincinnati Pops and word-for-word narration by Peter A. Thomas, was made exclusively for this book and CD package. Published on September 14, 2004 by Knopf Books for Young Readers.

Prokofiev had composed Peter and the Wolf and Romeo and Juliet. Sergei Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf: With a Fully-Orchestrated and Narrated CD Janet Schulman, Sergei Prokofiev, Peter Malone: Books. Sergei Prokofiev was a major twentieth-century composer who has left us some beautiful music as a legacy. The face behind the music, Prokofiev. Year 1. Qué dicen otros usuarios.

THERE IS NO better way to introduce children to classical music than with Prokofiev’s musical fairy tale of the little boy (played by all the strings of the orchestra) who, with the help of a bird (played by the flute), outsmarted the big, bad wolf (played by the French horns). And now with this book and CD package, children can look and listen all at the same time. A new retelling by Janet Schulman follows the basic story, but with a kinder ending for both the big bad wolf and the argumentative duck. Peter Malone’s paintings have the luminous quality of old Russian masters. The CD, with music performed by the Cincinnati Pops and word-for-word narration by Peter A. Thomas, was made exclusively for this book and CD package.From the Hardcover edition.
  • As an introduction to the sounds of various instruments, this book works. However the music is often overlain by narration and has a truncated feel. And while the illustrations are colorful and appealing, this book (with its audio soundtrack) suffers greatly from a politically correct remake of the story. One example: evil (represented by the wolf) is not overcome, but rather negotiated with. He promises to not return if let go. Centuries-old, life lessons central to the original piece are substituted by mush. Not a satisfactory experience.

  • So the wolf gets to go back to the forest? How did i miss that?? And the duck gets out of the wolf's belly? Noooooo! Kids can handle the classic telling-- they are sensitive souls, but they understand life better than the rest of us. They can handle the truth. The Grandfather warns Peter of life's hard realities. We would all do well to appreciate that our elders hold great knowledge and should be listened to, even if they are cranks. This modern retelling is kind of a downer. Otherwise, the illustrations are nice.

  • This is a perfect way to introduce orchestra music to children. Even my four year old requests to listen to this story quite frequently!

  • A big disappointment. The tale has been rewritten to be politically correct. The best lines in the fairy tale are gone. The ending is mushy--and worst of all much music has been cut so it is considerably shorter. Too bad, too, because the illustrations are wonderful.

  • I grew up on this story. I love the music representation of the animals. I use this in my 5th grade class to introduce students to other ways to show characters.

  • My granddaughters LOVE listening to stories when we are driving anywhere in the car. If the tale involves music, all the better! This CD is entertaining and well-produced.

  • I remember Peter and the Wolf as a child. But this one is politically correct in that the wolf coughs up the duck and goes back to the woods in the the end. I seem to remember the wolf ate the duck and then got shot for his efforts. Politically correct ending now? If so, I like it better as kids shouldn't have to get attached to animals -- the duck - then have them die. Same with the wolf. Wolves are beautiful creatures.

  • It isn't David Niven narrating, but it will do.