Anna Antonia Giedwoyn | Goldfish Don't Eat Pizza

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Goldfish Don't Eat Pizza

by Anna Antonia Giedwoyn

Organic music silly enough for kids and sophisticated enough for grown-ups; these charming songs will inspire you & your little ones to sing along and dance to lyrics that are funny, sweet, educational and often whimsical.
Genre: Kids/Family: General Children's Music
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1. Knowed, Growed & Goed
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2. Stinkosaurus
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3. Goldfish Don't Eat Pizza
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4. My Old Dog
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5. Bear & Honeybee Waltz
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6. Training Wheel Blues
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7. Little Lisp
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8. You Can Be Anything
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9. Darian the Librarian
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10. Vegetable Garden
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11. Apples
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12. Things That Go Splat
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13. Dance
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14. Rubber Duck
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15. What Am I?
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16. I'm Not Scared
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17. When I'm Asleep
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18. Candy Store
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19. The Day You Were Born
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20. Springtime Cha Cha Cha
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21. Hummingbird Song
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22. Raindrop Lullaby
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Goldfish Don't Eat Pizza was released to excellent reviews and is quickly becoming a favorite childrens' / family album in the Pacific Northwest.

Music critic and Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist David Stabler describes the album as a collection of songs with attractive tunes and funny lyrics. He states that, "Giedwoyn's sweet voice comes through in each song, whose subjects range from dinosaurs to goldfish to a girl with a lisp called Thuthy Thmith." You can read the full review here: http://www.oregonlive.com/performance/index.ssf/2010/12/childrens_cd_whimsical_songs_f.html

Like the wide range of stories told and ideas expressed in the album’s 22 songs, the music ranges from bouncy piano to gently sweeping violins; from drum-driven pop-rock to blues, Latin, and a waltz that flirts with bluegrass.

Your child will learn about opposites, appreciating the differences between people, and even how to conjugate irregular verbs! It’s an ambitious feat for 1 to 8-year-old kiddos, but it’s delivered in small, delicious spoonfuls that will enrich your child’s verbal skills and will surely leave him or her asking for more.

What is organic music? Goldfish Don’t Eat Pizza is the musical equivalent of a tall glass of freshly-squeezed apple juice made from the fruit in your own backyard. Organic music promotes well-being that comes from absorbing the pro-social messages of acceptance and unconditional love that abound in Goldfish Don’t Eat Pizza.

Of course, it’s not all rainbows and butterflies all the time, either. You’ll find a pouted lip here and there within the songs. Because kids are sweet and sour.

Lastly, organic music contains all natural ingredients and almost exclusively acoustic instrumentation: an old, upright piano; real drums; violin; banjo; guitar; upright bass, unaltered vocals and more. Even the CD packaging is made from partially recycled paper.

Learn more at www.AnnaAntoniaMusic.com

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Renee Atkinson

This album is a GEM!
I heard about Goldfish Don't Eat Pizza from a friend of mine who raved about it and said she listens to the CD even when her 6 and 2-year-old kids aren't around. Well, I don't know who loves this album more -- me or my children! It's the best family album I've come across in a long time, and it sure is an impressive debut.
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Lucy W

This is kids' music at its BEST
Hmm . . . where do I start? The title? Hilarious and so true. The album art? Gorgeous! (The singer-songwriter actually painted the cover herself) The songwriting? Exceptional. The voice? Soothing and sweet. My whole family is in love with this new album, which truly represents the best of what children's music can be. Some of the songs are educational and some are just plain silly, but each one is superbly crafted and distinct, so you won't mind putting the album on repeat.
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Carol

Makes learning fun!
My kids LOVE this CD and always sing and dance along to it. My sons, 3 and 6, regularly ask me to play it. They particularly love STINKOSAURUS (which is about a know-it-all kid and her/his bratty sibling) THINGS THAT GO SPLAT (self-explanatory) I'M NOT SCARED (about an improbably brave kid) and KNOWED, GROWED & GOED (which teaches a grammar lesson in a very humorous way).

The latter 2 songs have a lot of fun sound effects, and my 8-year old daughter thinks KNOWED, GROWED & GOED is hilarious, especially given that her 3-year old brother hasn't yet mastered the past tense perfectly, so he listens to it wide-eyed with wonder.

I recommend this CD highly!
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Rob

Terrific
I really appreciate the variety of musical styles on this album: blues, lullaby, Latin, rock, pop, folk and waltz to name a few. It keeps the music interesting on repeated listens. I agree the CD is adult-friendly with loads of kid appeal. If you're looking for the perfect gift for a child from infant on up to about 7, or parents-to-be, or parents or grandparent of little kids, this is it!
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Linda

Fantastic!
Brilliant children's CD! Unique and original in every sense -- the wonderful and clever lyrics, her beautiful, pure voice, the catchy melodies. She doesn't sound quite like anyone else, although I can certainly detect some similarities to Pink Martini, Anna Nalick, Julie Andrews and even the B52s vocally and musically.
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