Beethoven's Wig: Beethoven's Wig, Vol. 4: Dance Along Symphonies *

Audio Samples

>Forever We're Marching, song (after Sousa's "Washington Post March")
>Oh No!, song (after Joplin's "Maple Leaf Rag")
>Masterpiece, song, A (after Mouret's Rondeau)
>Midnight Snack, song (after the Habanera from Bizet's "Carmen")
>Give Me a 10, song (after Waldteufel's "Skater's Waltz")
>Blow Blow Blow, song (after the Neapolitan Dance from Tchikovsky's "Swan Lake")
>I Want My Diploma, song (after Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1)
>Joyful Waldteufel, song (after Waldteufel's "Estudiantina Waltz")
>Minuet Duet, song (after Bach's Minuet in G major)
>Rover Roll Over, song (after Johann Strauss's "Annen-Polka")
>Please Mr. Ringmaster, song (after Julius Fucik's "Entry of the Gladiators" circus march)
>Beep Beep Beep, song (after Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata")
>Washington Post, march for band, The
>Maple Leaf Rag, for piano
>Rondeau, for brass, strings & timpani (from Suite of Symphonies No. 1; "Masterpiece Theater" Theme)
>Carmen, opera: Habanera
>Patineurs Valse, Les ("Skater's Waltz"), Op. 183
>Swan Lake, ballet, Op. 20: Neapolitan Dance, The
>Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1, for orchestra in D major, Op. 39/1
>Estudiantina, waltz for orchestra, Op. 191
>Minuet for keyboard No. 1 in G major (AMN II/1; by Christian Pezold, not JSB), BWV Anh. 114
>Annen-Polka, for orchestra, Op. 117 (RV 117)
>Entry of the Gladiators (Einzug der Gladiatoren), march for orchestra, Op. 68
>Piano Sonata No. 14 in C sharp minor ("Moonlight"), Op. 27/2: [Excerpt]

Track List

>Forever We're Marching, song (after Sousa's "Washington Post March")
>Oh No!, song (after Joplin's "Maple Leaf Rag")
>Masterpiece, song, A (after Mouret's Rondeau)
>Midnight Snack, song (after the Habanera from Bizet's "Carmen")
>Give Me a 10, song (after Waldteufel's "Skater's Waltz")
>Blow Blow Blow, song (after the Neapolitan Dance from Tchikovsky's "Swan Lake")
>I Want My Diploma, song (after Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1)
>Joyful Waldteufel, song (after Waldteufel's "Estudiantina Waltz")
>Minuet Duet, song (after Bach's Minuet in G major)
>Rover Roll Over, song (after Johann Strauss's "Annen-Polka")
>Please Mr. Ringmaster, song (after Julius Fucik's "Entry of the Gladiators" circus march)
>Beep Beep Beep, song (after Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata")
>Washington Post, march for band, The
>Maple Leaf Rag, for piano
>Rondeau, for brass, strings & timpani (from Suite of Symphonies No. 1; "Masterpiece Theater" Theme)
>Carmen, opera: Habanera
>Patineurs Valse, Les ("Skater's Waltz"), Op. 183
>Swan Lake, ballet, Op. 20: Neapolitan Dance, The
>Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1, for orchestra in D major, Op. 39/1
>Estudiantina, waltz for orchestra, Op. 191
>Minuet for keyboard No. 1 in G major (AMN II/1; by Christian Pezold, not JSB), BWV Anh. 114
>Annen-Polka, for orchestra, Op. 117 (RV 117)
>Entry of the Gladiators (Einzug der Gladiatoren), march for orchestra, Op. 68
>Piano Sonata No. 14 in C sharp minor ("Moonlight"), Op. 27/2: [Excerpt]

Album Notes

Personnel: Richard Perlmutter (vocals); Elin Carlson (soprano); Jonathan Mack (tenor); Jon Joyce (baritone, bass voice); Mike Geiger (bass voice).

Recording information: L.A. Classical Studios, Pasadena, CA; Latte Mix, Santa Monica, CA; The Village, Santa Monica, CA; World Wide Wadio, Hollywood, CA.

Director: John R. Bourgeois .

With this fourth installment in the BEETHOVEN'S WIG series, the ensemble, led by singer Richard Perlmutter, offers up another set of well-known classical music set to silly lyrics and playful arrangements. A fun way to introduce kids to time-honored compositions, the album includes Joplin's "Maple Leaf Rag" and Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata."



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