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The Tuneables Music DVD ~ Review

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Music is something that our kids have always enjoyed and it is constantly playing in our house. We are fortunate to have a wonderful music teacher in our co-op that works with our children on the basics of music, but many families don’t have nearby classes to attend or aren’t even sure where to begin teaching their children.
The Tuneables: I Love Music DVD introduces children to a wonderful world, full of colors and engaging characters that will encourage them to participate and learn more about music. Many of the characters in Tuneville represents a musical instrument and throughout the video ~ Clara the clarinet, Pete the trumpet, Sunny the cymbal, Snare the drum, Gloria the piano, and last but not least, Mo the violin. Through the video, children learn the basics of tonal patterns {do, re, mi…}, improve their rhythm and move in time to music and just have FUN in the process.

“The Tuneables story starts with Annie and Max arriving at the local music shop for their first music lesson. Once the kids arrive, they notice an unusual Music Box playing beautiful music. Curious, Max reaches out to touch the box. All of a sudden, Annie and Max see the Music Box spring open and magically the room transforms! The kids find themselves in the middle of Mo’s Music Shop, in the magical world of Tuneville…”


The program is intended for children ages 3-8, but I had all of our kids sit down to watch it with me {and although our 10 year old supposedly wasn’t watching, she was tapping her foot along and singing too…shh!}. The younger two boys {ages 4 – 6} really enjoyed the video and were tapping along to the beat and participating with The Tuneables. I love that it also includes real video clips along to show kids examples. When talking about the beat in music, there are video clips of children participating with the song and also an example of a ballet dancer moving to a slower beat.

The The Tuneables: “I Love Music”  is the first in a series that will teach children music fundamentals. It retails for $29.99 and is available for purchase from the Tuneables website. The DVD also includes a companion CD with 19 songs to reinforce what your child has seen and heard on the DVD {listen to song samples here}.

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  1. Angelverdin says

    Music caught my son’s attention right away.

  2. This looks like such a fun video series

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  4. My favorite is Clara the clarinet!

  5. I subscribe via RSS!

  6. I like Pete the trumpet

  7. Tamara Lewis says

    How cute!! I love Clara!

  8. This is amazing!! My girl love music!

  9. i like gloria!

  10. Marie Johnson says

    My favorite is Gloria!

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    Like thetuneables on FB

  13. Marie Johnson says

    shared giveaway on my FB page.

  14. Clara is so cute!

  15. My kids would love this.

  16. tiffany sharp says

    Like tuneables on FB

  17. tiffany sharp says

    Would love to win this for my 3 year old little girl!!

  18. I love the entire concept!  Music is such an important part of brain development  and brings so much joy!

  19. How can I download the CD?

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  21. I think Clara is cute! This looks like such a cute learning tool!

  22. clever concept. i like the ‘where are you’ song. Gloria the piano is cool too!

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