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                      • Book title: Can You Hear It? (Hardcover)
                      • Author: William Lach
                      • Publisher: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York
                      • Year published: 2006
                      • No. of pages: 39
                      • Others: Audio CD with 13 Tracks
                      • ISBN: 978-0-8109-5721-3

Why we recommend this book:

This book is highly recommended for parents who are keen to introduce their children to Music and Art.  It is suitable for all ages, but young children especially, will find it intriguing as their senses are stimulated when they view the art pieces with the incorporation of appropriate music! 

Many parents get their children to learn a musical instrument.  However, how can parents guide their children in music appreciation?  'Can You Hear It?' is certainly one of the ways to begin with! Going beyond aural appreciation, this book introduces your child to a world of imagination and visualization! For parents, it is undoubtedly an eye-opener too!


There are helpful descriptions and questions on each page to assist parents in guiding their children.  Each piece of art and music are named in the example below:

Art: A Winter Landscape with Skaters and a Bird Trap, the workshop of Pieter Brueghel the Younger, Flemish, 1564/65 - 1637/38. Oil on wood.
Music: The Four Seasons: Winter (Allegro), Antonio Vivaldi, Italian, 1678-1741.
Track numbers are clearly indicated on each art piece to aid track selection/search.  Interestingly, this piece incorporates picture of animal and music with vocals (Duet).

The use of key instrument(s) in each piece of music is included in the brief description.  For example in one of the pages, there is the use of Kettledrums.  Not sure what instrument that is?  You need no further research!  All the mentioned instruments are included in the book for extra reading with photographs to show your child!  And if you wish to know more about each of the Art and Music Masterpieces, the write-up is included on the end pages too!

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Other Titles in this Series:

Can You Find It
Can You Find It Inside?
Can You Find It Outside?
Can You Find It Too?