One of my student’s favorite DVD’s is ANIMUSIC.

ANIMUSIC is animated virtual instruments performing in a very creative environment.  It is fascinating to watch and the kids absolutely love it!  Rhythm, Pitch, Melody and Harmony are just some of the things students can experience through these DVD’s.

ANIMUSIC supports and encourages teachers to use their DVD’s in their classroom and studio’s.   I created worksheets for my students based on those teacher guides that they can do during their lab time while they watch ANIMUSIC.  Feel free to download my Animusic Worksheets for free below.The worksheets are for ANIMUSIC 1.

Tell me, have you used ANIMUSIC in your studio?


  1. Misti


    I am a music teacher for a local preschool (3, 4, and 5 year olds), and I was wondering if you thought the videos were appropriate for that age group. I need something that I can leave on file at the school that a substitute could use if I couldn’t come in, and I am wondering if the young students would be interested in it long enough to watch parts of the video. Any experience with the younger ages?


  2. foxxpianostudio

    Hi Misti,

    If you go to YouTube there are several segments online that you can view for free to get a good idea of what it will be like. Just search for Animusic. I think they would enjoy it even at this age (I know my 4-5 year old students enjoy it).

  3. Cooper

    how do you actually use animusic?

    • Jennifer Foxx

      Hi Cooper, as a listening assignment. If you download the free worksheets, that will give you a better idea what they can listen for as they watch the videos.

    • Noahtendo

      You get the DVD’s and play them on your CD player

      • Jennifer Foxx

        Hi Noahtendo, I’m assuming this is a question? DVD’s need a DVD player. However, you can find a lot of the Animusic pieces in YouTube now. 🙂

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