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Dans les montagnes (1884), lithograph by Henri Fantin-Latour (1836-1904), from 1st movement Harold en Italie (1834), by Hector Berlioz (1803-1869).

book by Harold Schellinx about the dutch post-punk music movement of the early 1980s, via www.lebowskipublishers.nl

Movement with silk scarves can develop young children's bodies coordination. When kids throw and catch the scarves, they are practicing eye-hand coordination.(by Susana)

For almost six years, Life Education has implemented an early childhood program focusing on the health and wellbeing of pre-school age children. The program comprises a 60 to 90 minute interactive session in a pre-school environment using the following methodologies: story telling puppetry interactive play / group activities music and song movement Content focuses on seven main areas: the body personal hygiene safety exercise nutrition sleep relationships

Free Classical Music Online - Introduce your child to Classical music Khachaturian's Sabre Dance is my favourite piece. Ask your child to close their eyes and describe what they see :)

This is the lovely "Eclogue for Piano and Strings" by Gerald Finzi. Finzi was, in his last days, an apple farmer, and this reminds me so strongly of the English countryside. It was apparently to be the first movement of a piano concerto. Finzi died early (1956), a loss to us. However, with music like the "Eclogue" and his "Cello Concerto", one can still enjoy the brilliance of this great composer. This is by the Northern Symphonia, directed by Harold Griffiths.

Harry Belafonte Harold George Harry Bellanfanti Jr. (born March 1 1927) better known as Harry Belafonte is an American singer songwriter actor and social activist. One of the most successful Caribbean American pop stars in history he was dubbed the King of Calypso for popularizing the Caribbean musical style with an international audience in the 1950s. His breakthrough album Calypso (1956) is the first million selling album by a single artist. Belafonte is perhaps best known for singing The…

Emancipation Day 2008: Hip Hop and Civil Rights Generations Working towards an understanding-Panelist Bomani Armah, Harold Jones, Kwame Brown, Professor Griff, and Sheryl Denbo spread the word on hip hop and how it relates and differs to the Civil Rights Movement. #DCDM #Humanities #hiphop #civilrights