Kids these days seem to be mostly interested in listening to popular, new music. That’s all good and well, since there’s a lot of really wonderful new music out there.
But there are also tons of music from way back when that’s worth delving into.
It might be hard to find a handful of kids under 10 years old that would be able to tell you the names of all of the Beatles, or even the name of one Beatles song. Now that’s a crying shame if there ever were one!
But to go even further back to classical, orchestral music would be an ever wider stretch of the imagination.
However, there is one bird who might be a little more cultured than a lot of kids out in the world today.
This bird’s name is Jerry, and he’s a beautiful white parrot.
He stands on the armrest of the couch in his living room, with his human mom right by his side. Then, when the stereo turns on, he’s quick to start the toe-tapping.
This isn’t your typical dancing music, though. Jerry’s more partial to this classical number, “Dance of the Little Swans.”
While it’s not traditional to boogie down so hard to this type of music, this adorable little birdie sure does make it work! Don’t you think so, too?
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