Totigies: Volume I Has Arrived!

A New Ear-Training CD Series from ProdigiesMusic.com
+ BONUS Launch Day Video Teaser

Volume I of Totigies is now available on CD & MP3 and in the Play interface.

Totigies is a Solfege rich ear-training series for pre-natal infants, babies & toddlers.

It features the angelic voice of Prodigies wonder-kid Caleb Lining (AKA “Boo), who takes your babies on a journey through arpeggios, scales, chord progressions & and even some chromaticism.

Boo sings Solfege on Totigies
Prodigies Music Producer Michael Lining

Produced by Prodigies Producer & Team Dad Michael, Totigies has the sound and instrumentation of popular melodic lullabies for kids (slow and relaxing piano & bells), but with an added focus on Solfege and progressions popular in the Taneda method for absolute pitch development.

It also features a bit of high information music and some more improvised chromaticism inspired by Rick Beato & the folks at Nuryl.

We’ve also released a Teaser video of what Totigies videos will look and feel like! They’re even easier and slower than our Playtime series, but because they’re just focused on the Solfege Hand-Signs, it works for people of all ages!

5 thoughts on “Totigies: Volume I Has Arrived!”

  1. I’ve been using prodigies with my youngest (13 and has Down syndrome) and grandchildren with great benefit since i signed up. It’s a fantastic resource. I just emailed the parents of my grandchildren about totigies – so the next batch if children can get a head start! Keep up the good work. You are changing lives in ways that no amount of money can represent!

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