Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Dr. Noize Presents... Phineas McBoof Crashes The Symphony - a musicwrap





A tale bristling with zany humour in a glorious symphonic setting.

Dr. Noize presents...

'PHINEAS McBOOF CRASHES THE SYMPHONY'

A FUN-FILLED, TWO-ACT MUSICAL FOR FAMILIES

with

GRAMMY WINNING OPERA STARS NATHAN GUNN & ISABEL LEONARD & THE CITY OF PRAUGE PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA









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"Phineas McBoof Crashes the Symphony"

Release date:  July 15, 2016

Ages: 8+


Running time:  Act 1 (CD #1) 74 minutes
                          Act 2 (CD #2) 77 minutes




Media Buzz...


"Agenda Recommends - This enormously silly CD is perfect for little ones... But it's also educational!  Like Peter and the Wolf  but more fun, this wildly danceable story-album introduces kids to musical instruments, styles, and composition." - New York Magazine/ Vulture



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Four years after the last Dr. Noize album comes the third installment in the award-winning Phineas McBoof series.  It is a full-length, two act musical about the symphony, friendship and purpose, for adventurers of all ages. It will be released July 15, 2016. Previous Dr. Noise albums include Grammaropolis (2012), The Return of Phineas McBoof (2011), and The Ballad of Phineas McBoof (2010).  

This is a screw-ball musical comedy, complete with fast, zany repartee, where the leading characters have over-the-top dramatic ranges that will mesmerize both young and old.  The plot, which could be an offspring of Monty Python, is backed by the full forces of the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Kyle Pickett, playing a brilliant score whose colourful orchestration is matched by the integrity and sophistication of the musical material.  


Everyone will adore the album's colourful characters as they find themselves engaged in a dramatic, mysterious, high-stakes tale of love, friendship, commitment, and self-improvement in which Phineas learns that the real purpose of striving for great art is to share moments, dreams, and emotions with friends.  Along the way Cory Cullinan embeds into this  musical adventure valuable information about orchestration, instrumentation, music history, Beethoven, sonata form, popular song structure and more, illustrated through the rich detail of the musical composition itself.

The CD features: What Kid's Want,  The Bunny Hop, Movin' On, 1-2-3-4-5-6-7 A Song, Beethoven's 5th Symphony, the Title Track and many, many more!



Phineas McBoof is available at Amazon, CDbaby, and iTunes

Check out Doctor Noise website at:

www.doctornoize.com



About Cory Cullinan...


Cory holds degrees in Music and Political Science from Stanford University, where he graduated with Distinction and Honors.  During five years as a high school music teacher in Silicon Valley, Cory conducted youth choirs to major awards and taught a music history elective that became so popular it was made a required freshman course.  In 2010 he released The Ballad of Phineas McBoof, and the rest is history!




Awards and accolades by Doctor Noize...

*Parents Choice
*Doctor Toy
*Grammaropolis was a Top 10 hit son on Sirius XM's Kids Place Live


Want some fabulous family fun that is not only highly entertaining but also highly educational?  Well don't hesitate to pick up this CD. It is winner for sure.  










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