A young person? tour of a symphony orchestra, this book introduces ten quirky animal musicians rehearsing for a concert. The players include an eccentric hippo , a farmer-dog double bassist, a prim poodle French horn player, and a hip giraffe oboist, with a self-assured billy-goat as the conductor. Children will have fun learning about the instruments in an orchestra and the distinctive sounds they make.
Kate Sullivan likes to play around with words, music, and pictures, always looking for new and interesting combinations. A linguist by training, she is an award-winning author, painter, composer, and performer. Her one-woman theatre piece featuring the music of Kurt Weill, was the winner of Boston? Independent Reviewers Award in 2000 and her Fugitum Est, a fleeting fugue for strings, written for Mozart? 250th anniversary, was premiered by the Kremlin Chamber Orchestra at Carnegie Hall. What Do You Hear? is her second book for young children. For further descriptions, go to www.sullyarts.com

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