The [Mary] CD extends the learning the student gains from attending the concert and makes it possible for children to enjoy the music who might not have an opportunity to attend a concert. We’re proud to be able to offer this CD in our product line.
Roswell, GA (PRWEB) February 11, 2014
Oy Toys, promoter of The Probably Untrue Story of Mary (Who) Had a Little Lamb compact disc, celebrated the live performance by the Dallas symphony in seven concerts last week at the Meyerson Theater in Dallas. Composer Micah Levy was on hand to narrate his humorously rewritten story to audiences totaling over 10,000 including children and teachers. In addition, Levy taught students in several schools about the creative process through musical composition. The Probably Untrue Story of Mary has been performed by several orchestras around the country, including the San Diego Symphony and the Hartford Symphony.
In realizing its mission of promoting education, Oy Toys carries the compact disc which not only exposes the listener to classical music, but offers lesson plans for teachers to use in the classroom, making it an excellent teaching tool. Composer Levy included explanations of the instruments and musical techniques that give life to the musical story. Oy Toys owner RuthE Levy said, “The CD extends the learning the student gains from attending the concert and makes it possible for children to enjoy the music who might not have an opportunity to attend a concert. We’re proud to be able to offer this CD in our product line.” The CD also includes extras including Vivaldi Plays a Bar Mitzvah Gig.
Oy Toys is a leading Jewish toy company that sells products on line and at its Roswell store. The company was established in 2004 and specializes in Jewish toys and gifts. Its web site is http://www.oytoys.com Parent company, ATSR Enterprises, originally known as And Thou Shalt Read, specializes in books, toys, and other materials for the Jewish classroom. Its web site is http://www.AndThouShaltRead.com .