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Making Music Issue Date: 12-04-2011

Cool Spots imageDifferent regions offer up a diverse group of musical instruments. Put them together and play World Music Composer, www.nms.ac.uk/kids/
world_music_composer.aspx
. Move through all the “hot spots” the world map has to offer to get an earful of local musical offerings. The African tipow will help you lay a strong rhythm, while the South American charango can turn out lively strumming. Use the mixing board to listen to your original compositions. Try as many instruments as you can to see what rocks your world.

Visit: www.nms.ac.uk/kids/world_music_composer.aspx
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Spice Is Nice Issue Date: 11-13-2011

Cool Spots imageAmerican Sabor, http://americansabor.org, a site for music lovers, will add meaning to terrific tunes with Latin roots found all over the U.S.A. Begin with Sabor Cities to read about places such as New York and Los Angeles. Each location features biographies of famous musicians and jukebox highlights for your listening pleasure. Dance it up in Musical Styles, where you can cha-cha-cha, mambo and salsa to your heart's content. Get your hands on the soundboard at the Sabor Mixer as you learn by sampling beats and musical interludes.

Visit: http://americansabor.org
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Making Music Issue Date: 07-24-2011

Cool Spots imageWelcome to The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, http://listeningadventures.carnegiehall.org/ypgto/game.aspx. Violet and Uncle Ollie invite you to “try out” in the Practice Round. Once you understand the game and how it works, help Violet on her musical safari. Listen closely to the instruments being played and do your best to collect them. There is also a book full of helpful tips that will have you hitting all the right notes in no time. Have fun venturing through the brasslands, discovering dancing giraffes, and be sure to save the antelopes by sounding the trumpet.

Visit: http://listeningadventures.carnegiehall.org/ypgto/game.aspx
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Awesome Arab Adventures Issue Date: 03-06-2011

Cool Spots imageGet down to a different beat at ARTSEDGE The Arab World, http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/interactives/arabworld, where musical styles and cultural understanding come together to broaden your horizons. Click on any map point to begin your historical explorations. The points on the map are color coded to inform you on beat, environment, music, voice and instrument. Next, drag a map point into a mixer channel to get an earful. Now try to mix your own soundscape and share your stylings. Culture has never sounded so good.

Visit: http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/interactives/arabworld
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Music to My Ears Issue Date: 02-06-2011

Cool Spots imageGet ready to meet a legendary rock star at ARTSEDGE, Beethoven Rocks, http://artsedge.
kennedy-center.org/multimedia/Interactives/beethoven-rocks/meet-mr-big.aspx
. This moody and bad-tempered mastermind knew he was fabulously talented and was not afraid to show the world how amazing he was. His composition style forever changed the way people listened to music and continues to influence popular musicians today. This audio slide show takes you through Beethoven’s life and famous works, such as “Ode to Joy,” and prepares you for the musical symphonies to come.

Visit: http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/multimedia/Interactives/beethoven-rocks/meet-mr-big.aspx
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