High Five: Kid-Friendly Classics

Each week Kinderling gives a HIGH FIVE to music, artists, albums and other stuff we think is awesome!

From symphonies to concertos, major to minor keys, this week we High Five the best in kid-friendly classical music. Spanning all generations, we're playing composers will jumpstart your kids’ classical music education. 

With epics from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, we’re highlighting works like Debussy’s piano favourite Clair de Lune, the immediately recognisable Flight of the Bumblebee and Rossini’s March of the Swiss Soldiers with all its adventure, excitement and tension.

Genius pieces that spark lifelong passion and adoration, listen to our High Five classical music feature selections!

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