Ruth White & David White - Musical Reading: Consonants L Through Z FLAC album
Genre: For kids
Title: Musical Reading: Consonants L Through Z
FLAC version ZIP size: 1666 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1565 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1488 mb
Other Formats: APE AHX DTS RA WAV AA VOC
Ruth White, David White (16) Sung By Terry Gris - Musical Math: Beginning Concepts (Album). Vendre cette version. Ruth White & David White (16). Ruth White & David White (16) - Musical Math: Multiplication (Album). Ruth White & David White (16) - Musical Reading: Consonants L Through Z (Cass, Album). Ruth White, David White (16). Ruth White, David White (16) - Singing Games (Album).
Ruth White studied music and composition and received three degrees from Carnegie Tech in Pennsylvania. While she focused on classical training in Piano, she also studied violin, cello, harp, clarinet, and horn. White was eventually however not involved. The album went on to gain legendary status, Zero Time. 1971, Embryo Records). In 1971 Ruth White took a different direction. She formed a film company through Cartridge Television properties (Cartridge TV or CTV). During this time she produced several stop animation films (then called Analog Animation ) titled Garden Of Delights For Kids No. 1″, and included her musical score for Hush Little Baby, Hickory Dickory Dock, Space Trip and Adventures In Underland. Musical Reading: Consonants L through Z. LP, Vinyl, 12″, Cassette Tom Thumb Records/Rhythms Productions.
David White (nephew), Jim Mandell. Ruth White (born 1925, died in 2013), was an American composer known for her electronic music compositions. The back cover of her 1971 release Short Circuits stated that Ruth White is considered among today’s most gifted arbiters of what is termed ‘the new music’".
Ruth White - Musical Reading: Consonants B Through K MP3 version. 1458 downloads at 23 mb/s. Ruth White - Musical Reading: Consonants B Through K FLAC version. 1250 downloads at 31 mb/s.
The Woman in White is a musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and David Zippel with a book by Charlotte Jones, based on the novel The Woman in White written by Wilkie Collins, and elements of The Signal-Man by Charles Dickens. It ran for nineteen months in the West End and three months on Broadway, making it one of Lloyd Webber's shortest-running shows. The musical was produced in a workshop at Lloyd Webber's Sydmonton Festival (Hampshire, England) in July 2003.
Describing consonants. What makes one consonant different from another? Producing a consonant involves making the vocal tract narrower at some location than it usually is. We call this narrowing a constriction. Manner of articulation oral stop. The narrowing is complete - the tongue is completely blocking off airflow through the mouth. There is also no airflow through the nose.
Tom thumb musical reading is a delightful introduction to the world of letters and words through song, story and sound in this HEAR-SEE-SAY-DO set, children hear the sounds on the records, see them in the coordinated student books, practice saying them, and enjoy doing the activities that are designed to reinforce learning. Notes: Vocals by Terry Gris and Theresa Straley Voices by Kevin Bassinson, Terry Gris and Ruth White. Music by Ruth White & David White Arranged by David White Includes a pamphlet with activity ideas and all the words to the songs on the record. Back Cover: Advertisements.
|A1||L: Leaping Lizard|
|A2||M: Melissa & Magic Ma|
|A3||N: Noisy Nick|
|A4||P: Peter Partridge|
|A5||R: Red Rooster|
|A6||S: Samantha Sea Serpent|
|A7||T: Terific Circus|
|B1||V: Veronica The Vet|
|B2||W: Wee Willy Wallaby|
|B3||Y: Yetta Yak|
|B4||Q: Is A Curious Fellow|
|B5||X: Marks The Spot|
|B6||Z: Sound Song|
|B7||Consonant Sound Dictionary|
- Vocals – Theresa Straley*, Terry Gris