Amanda Lynette McKenna has released her collection of fairy music for children “Singing with the Faeries.” The album is intended for ages three through ten and is part of her “Land of Elvindore” series. “Singing with the Faeries” includes eight themes from “The Land of Elvindore.” Each song is full of whimsical beauty, energy, and fun, and provides children with an extremely imaginative environment in which to exuberantly celebrate and develop their own creativity. “Singing with the Faeries” contains fourteen tracks and comprises thirty minutes of playing time.
“I find all children live to sing and dance,” says McKenna, “which is a wonderful way to keep them happy. Fairy parties are a fun way to sing and dance using my fairy song CD.”
Creativity and fun are not McKenna's only reasons for making her fairy music available for children, however. “I want children to have joyful hearts and loads of self esteem,” she says. “They can also develop social values and a love of nature through my fairy songs. They’ll have heaps of fun jumping up and following the actions to the songs, and using their vivid imaginations to become one of their favourite fairy characters.”
“Singing with the Faeries” contains widely various music, ranging from moderately paced waltzes to spritely jigs. Some of the songs are intended for dancing and listening only, but many are written with the intent that young listeners should actively take part, singing along with the song or following actions expressed by the singer.
In addition to providing creative, imaginative music, McKenna is also interested in preserving the lore of the Celts through her stories and music. “I like to write faeries the old Celtic way” she says, “because my ancestry is Celtic. Plus, the Celts strongly believed in the power of nature. The faerie stories, songs and activities are helping me with my goal of connecting as many children as I can back to nature.”
For parents wanting well-rounded, active and imaginative children with a healthy respect for nature, “Singing with the Faeries” by Amanda Lynette McKenna seems an indispensable step.
Staff Press Release Writer
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