Kaleidoscope Songs Number One

Kaleidoscope Songs Number One

Kaleidoscope Songs Number One

Lyrics by Alan Bell, Music by Alex Mitnick.



2005 PARENTS’ CHOICE Foundation Recommended Award Winner
2005 Parent to Parent Adding Wisdom Award Winner
Film Advisory Board Award of Excellence Winner
2005 Children’s Music Web Award Winner “Best Recording For Preschoolers”
2005 Children’s Music Web Award Winner “Best New Artist”
“Kaleidoscope Songs has received the Film Advisory Board, Inc. Award of Excellence recognition for its contribution to enhance family entertainment.

The Review Committee believe the best way to produce sound ethics in kids is to give them the opportunity to experience music that opens their minds to great values. Kaleidoscope Songs Number One certainly leads in this quest.

The beautiful arrangements and lyrics of songs like ‘When I am Big’, ‘The Family Song’, ‘The Who’s Who Song’ and ‘The Bed Time Song’ ignite compassion, promote awareness, and opens our thoughts that we are all as one in this vast world. The vocals of Alex Mitnick and young choir add perfectly for enjoyment.

Kaleidoscope Songs Number One is a great CD that kids will enjoy. The music is very entertaining and delivers great social values.”

“Votes are in and your work/inspiration involved in the music of Kaleidoscope Songs is amazing. It’s soothing tone and creative lyrics are simply beautiful. Congratulaions on winning the Parent to Parent Adding Wisdom Award.” – Jodie Lynn, Family/Health expert of Parent to Parent, author of Mommy CEO and CEO/Founder of www.addingwisdomaward.com.

“Your music touches my soul. From the opening track “I am” to the end “Bedtime Song” the lyrics and music hit deep inside my psyche – a 45 year old father of one. ‘I am’, ‘Try Again’, ‘The Who’s Who Song’, ‘Togethe’r, ‘Mother’, ‘My Dad!’, and ‘Blue Sky Time’ are meant for the world to hear. Wow.” – Mark L. Curelop, father of one, age 7.

“Scrumptious Music! Pure Energy…gentle truths…humanity…laughter… The CD is a magic kaleidoscope filled with the essence of human emotions. Every time I turn on the CD in the classroom environment the children look up from what they are doing and know it is time to gather on the carpet for singing, laughter, and pure silliness. We all start wiggling and making gestures to accompany each song! It is hysterical! During the BABY song we giggle like babies….and for the Tongue song we stick out our tongues and make silly sounds. Last week during the When I Am Big song a little person stood up during the song and announced that he was getting big.”
– Elena Luccia, Toddler teacher.

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