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The Carnival of the Animals


The Carnival of the Animals


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This ever-popular musical work by Camille Saint-Saëns is now enhanced with words and animation in a new and thoroughly entertaining app. The carnival has never been so alive!

Is the Elephant happy with his trunk? Do Kangaroos like school? What about the poor old tortoise – does he ever get out and have fun?

With Naxos’s excellent recording of the music, this app presents brand new verses and animated illustrations. Tap the pictures – they’re full of surprises…

“Prowling and proud,
Right at the front,
Is a fine feline
With a nose for the hunt…

Review

“a brilliant introduction to one of the most fun and child-friendly classical works ever written”
– Sinfini Music 4 stars



Don’t Miss the FREE ‘Lite’ version!


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Don’t miss the free lite version, newly released! Read and listen to the Introduction, The Royal March of the Lion and Hens and Cockerels. It is possible to upgrade to the full version from the within the app.







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