Busy Kids Love Music
Busy Kids Love Music
Episode 56: Music Inspired by Fall


As we revel in the breathtaking transformations of nature during the autumnal symphony, join me for Episode #56 of the Busy Kids Love Music Podcast. In this episode, we’ll be exploring the enchanting world of classical compositions inspired by the vibrant tapestry of fall.

Episode Highlights:

  1. Vivaldi’s Autumnal Canvas: Immerse yourself in the rich, golden hues of Antonio Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons – Autumn” as played by the exceptional Frederieke Saeijs. Experience the crisp, swirling notes that echo the rustling leaves and the gentle descent of nature’s palette.
  2. Tchaikovsky’s Autumn Sonata: Journey through the amber landscapes of Tchaikovsky’s “The Seasons: October” expertly interpreted by Vladimir Tropp. Feel the melodic embrace of autumn’s song as it weaves through the music, capturing the essence of this transformative season.
  3. Fall of the Leaf: III. Poco adagio: This piece by Imogen Holst is a musical masterpiece that delicately captures the melancholic beauty of autumn, guiding listeners through a contemplative journey with its gentle and measured pace.

As we navigate the symphonic realms of fall-inspired compositions, let the melodies carry you away to a world where the beauty of the season unfolds through the language of music. Whether you’re crunching leaves underfoot or cozying up indoors, this episode promises a melodic celebration of autumn’s charms.

Links Mentioned in this Episode:

Busy Preschoolers Do Music

Musical Samples You’ll Hear in this Episode:

Antonio Vivaldi – Four Seasons *Autumn* – Frederieke Saeijs

Fall of the Leaf: III. Poco adagio

Tchaikovsky – The Seasons: October (“Autumn Song”) – Vladimir Tropp

Music Listening Schedule for Episode 56

I’ve created a YouTube playlist for you with music from today’s episode as well as other performances of music inspired by the season of Fall. Check it out here.

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