SQUILT Music Curriculum Volume 3 is out–and on sale! In fact, you can get any of the volumes for 25% off today Tuesday, May 27 and Wednesday, May 28 only! SQUILT stands for Super Quiet Uninterrupted Listening Time and is an easy way to add classical music learning to your homeschool.
Use the code SQUILT3 and get each volume for $7.49!
The top 10 things I love about SQUILT Volume 3:
1. It’s about the Romantic period of music, my favorite!
2. It’s a download, so it’s immediately available and ready to use.
3. There is nothing else to buy– all music is linked to on YouTube!
4. Mary includes lots of fun elements, such as links to hear the classical piece in a “modern version,” like a pop song or cartoon.
5. The pieces are a variety of genres– opera, orchestral, piano.
6. The kids learn about the Romantic period, not just listen to the music.
7. They learn about the terms rhythm, instrumentation, dynamics, and tempo.
8. There are a variety of notebooking pages.
9. Kids are learning focused listening skills.
10. It can be used in a variety of ways– home or co-op. 10 weeks, one semester, or spread throughout the whole year!
*And there’s actually one more thing I love: It only costs $7.49!
The composers and pieces to be studied in volume 3 are Impromptu in G flat by Schubert, Dies Irae by Berlioz, Minute Waltz by Chopin, Libestraum No. 3 by Liszt, Ride of the Valkyries by Wagner, “La donna e mobile” from Rigoletto by Verdi, Symphony no, 4, Third Movement by Brahms, “November”, from Seasons by Tchaikovsky, “Love Theme” from Romeo & Juliet Fantasy Overture by Tchaikovsky, Also Sprach Zarathustra by Strauss.
(Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of SQUILT volume 3 in order to write an honest review. I am also an affiliate and this post contains affiliate links.)