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Green Golly & her Golden Flute (book & CD)

Green Golly & her Golden Flute (book & CD)

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Rapunzel may have been horrified to spend her days trapped in that big old tower, but not Green Golly!

She was so inspired, she couldn’t help but make music.

This introduction to the creative and beautiful world of classical music inspires early fluency to listen actively and imagine creatively.

The almost hour-long Green Golly CD, a Parents’ Choice Gold Award winner, includes beautiful performances of Mozart, Mendelssohn, Schubert, Gossec, Copland, Elgar, Bizet, and Chopin that your whole family will love to listen to over and over again.


You can listen to the soundtrack instantaneously on your mobile device with the new technology of StorySticker: just download the StorySticker app and scan the QR code in the book, and the story and music will load immediately for your listening pleasure wherever you are!

For more about the Green Golly Project (upcoming performances, musical scores, flutes, reviews, etc), please visit: www.greengolly.com

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Barbara and Keith met in January of 2004, and by November of that year their company, The Green Golly Project, was born, with a mission to present music, comedy, and story-theater to children and their families in venues of all sizes. Barbara goes on to say, "We take our big idea of introducing children to live performance and classical music and original song to any venue, large or small. With our mission firmly in place, we’ve vowed never to pass up an opportunity to enhance the lives of children. It’s been great – we perform over 200 programs a year in libraries, schools, theaters, museums, as well as large concert halls, and we’ve expanded into creating flutes, books, CDs, video and even film. We’re starting to reach more and more children, and I think they have fun and laugh a lot! It feels like we are doing something about the future of classical music from the grass roots to the concert hall.”

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