Tuesday, February 1, 2011

I am torn between two ideas:

1. The website will be the public face of an organization devoted to integrating classical music in daily life, particularly in the life of young children. Because young children do not acquire their own music, the site’s audience will be the parents and educators of the children, patrons who want to support the organization, and eventually music supervisors for media projects. The site will describe the projects of the organization and will have links to other organizations which offer music resources. Related websites are:

http://www.childrensmusic.org/ for webcast music. This site is illustrated in the style of a children’s book. It could be the best example. The other sites are more like resources than a comprehensive site.

http://prekinders.com/classical-music/ for kindergarten teachers, a list of activities to accompany classical compositions

http://www.fcs.uga.edu/pubs/PDF/FACS03-7.pdf for a short overview of how classical music affects the brains of babies and children

http://www.classicaljam.org/promote.html for 32 ways to promote classical music

www.amazon.com for music products for sale, could have an affiliate program for our website

2a. A new website for a Thanksgiving concert or 2b. for other ideas to enhance the spiritual dimension of Thanksgiving. The audience for these projects would be music lovers, teachers and home-makers interested in Thanksgiving activities for the family. Related sites are:

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