Ferdinand the Bull & Friends

Album Description

Ferdinand the Bull is a musical setting of The Story of Ferdinand, written in 1932 by Munro Leaf and illustrated by Robert Lawson. The book has become a classic. In this version, certain characters or events in the story have musical themes: Ferdinand's flower-sniffing waltz (played by the cello), fast piano scales depict other young bulls running around and the fanfare is for the parade into the bullring. And there is a part everyone can play, right along with the recording: put a finger in your mouth, tighten your lips, and "pluck" one side just like the reader - it's the sound of a cork popping off a bottle, for the cork tree.

Product Details

  • Publication Date: 2011-04-05
  • Publisher: North Pacific Music
  • Product Group: Music
  • Manufacturer: North Pacific Music
  • Binding: Audio CD
  • Features:
    • Music for children of all ages
    • Ferdinand the Bull, story narrated with music
    • The Carnival of the Animals, poems narrated with the music
    • The Mother Goose Suite, stories read with the music
    • Sheep may safely graze, soothing music for slumber
  • Item Dimensions:
    • Dimensions: 500L x 575W x 50H
    • Weight: 27
  • Package Dimensions:
    • Dimensions: 580L x 500W x 50H
    • Weight: 25
  • UPC: 611226003227

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