Tag Archives: Children’s Music

‘Angels of Love’ on Australia’s ABC Radio National

ABC RN Quiet SpaceLiebesengel (‘Angels of Love’, see earlier post & download here) is a track by my 7-year old daughter and myself. It was featured on today’s episode of Quiet Space (WebpageAudiostream), a nightly radio show on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Radio National.

Beyond ‘ambient’, the music of the Quiet Space incorporates 20th century composition, blissful pop and ethereal drones. It is music to reflect and relax to – a soundscape to in which to lose yourself.

(Text & image Source: ABC Radio National)

Quiet Space is curated and presented by Paul Gough.

Music for Children and grown-ups – Part 1: Blumfeld – ‘Der Apfelmann’

This is part 1 of a new series focusing on Music for Children and grown-ups. There is a lot of good pieces out there which are not allegedly produced for children by adults (and which in reality are often just plain nerve-racking), but which actually are perfectly suited for both parents and children. Unfortunately for my (potential) non-german readers the first recommendation is a german song:

‘Der Apfelmann’ is part of Blumfeld’s (concept) album ‘Verbotene Früchte’, but it works perfectly without the intellectual claims and is one very nice ‘happy song’ to sing along with your children young and old.

Blumfeld: Verbotene Früchte. Image: Sony/Columbia

Credit: Sony/Columbia

The video above shows Blumfeld playing one of their last shows ever (presumably at 29 April 2007 at Postbahnhof Berlin.

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