Maestro Classics CD Review

Maestro Classics Review

 

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We were excited to get the entire Maestro Classics 12 CD set to review! Years ago we got 2 of the CDs and have loved them, so getting the other 10 was awesome!

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The 12 CD Package includes the following CDs each with their own 24-Page Activity Book

  • Peter & the Wolf
  • The Nutcracker
  • Merry Pranks of Master Till
  • Carnival of the Animals
  • The Tortoise and the Hare
  • The Story of Swan Lake
  • Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel
  • My Name is Handel: The Story of Water Music
  • The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
  • Casey at the Bat
  • The Soldier’s Tale
  • Juanita la langosta Español

We have had them for a few months now and Ladybug has chosen her favorites. So far, she loves The Nutcracker, Carnival of the Animals, The Story of Swan Lake, The Tortoise and the Hare & Peter and the Wolf.

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Each CD opens up like this, and contains a little booklet and the CD.

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The booklets are quite thick and contain information and activities based on the CD. Below she is showing you one of the activities in the Peter and the Wolf booklet.

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Here’s a video sharing a bit more about the CDs and a peek inside!

 

We haven’t listened to our entire new collection yet, we look forward to having these to use next school year! Maestro Classics is a great way to bring classical music into our home!

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You can buy the full 12 CD set here on Educents.

See individual CDs for purchase here!

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