It’s time for the truth, if it’s not already known: toddler boys love to dance, march around, jump, and, most importantly, they love music. And why shouldn’t they have access to the best music around, while satisfying the more advanced taste of their caregivers? It’s with this in mind that Delos introduces Good Music for Little Guys, a carefully thought-out CD of some of the best music for the rambunctious type of kid. Sure, all children like the slower, more relaxing music that is usually associated with the classical genre, but classical music can offer much more – particularly for those times associated with assertive play, like toddler baseball, kickball, or just plain bouncing off the walls. This CD is sure to be a hit with all active kids, and it will be considered a godsend by their parents.

Stars and Stripes Forever (Sousa)
The Toreadors (Carmen, Bizet)
William Tell Overture (Rossini)
Hoe-Down (Rodeo, Copland)
March (Three Oranges, Prokofiev)
Galop 1 (Shostakovich)
On the Trail (Grand Canyon Suite, Grofe)
Alla Hornpipe (Handel)
Turkish March (Mozart)
March (Prokofiev)
Russian Sailor’s Dance (Gliere)
March of the Dwarfs (Grieg)
Galop 3 (Shostakovich)
Moorish Dance (Susato)
Rocking-Horse (Gomes)
Hungarian Rondo (Haydn)
Allegretto scherzando (Symphony 8, Beethoven)
Allegro (Brandenburg Concerto 2, Bach)