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Teacher's corner

Hi teachers!

Welcome to our special page developed for you with information and products which you can use in class. Over the years we have been developing material for children and now we also include material for teachers. Teacher's kits, CDs and even free online games are available. Please use the table of contents for more information and new ideas in teaching children.


Here are some interesting areas:

Frequently asked questions about our products
What is Our English?
Concert request form - you want Danny and Gerry live? We provide an online request form for public and school concerts.
Information on the teacher´s kit - the teacher's kit for More Of Our Songs is now available!

Tip: This day in history may be of interest for you and your pupils. Have a look!

If you need more information immediatley do not hesitate to write directly to:

Danny: danny@our-music.com
Gerry: gerry@our-music.com

For concerts ask our manager:
Mag. Thomas Amersberger: manager@our-music.com

Order your CDs online and save on packaging and COD costs!

More Of Our Songs 20/20
The newest CD from Danny & Gerry is here: More Of Our Songs 20/20. See more information on our homepage and get your copy through our online shopping service.
Danny & Gerry - More Of Our Songs 20/20
You may fool all the people some of the time; you can even fool some of the people all the time; but you can't fool all of the people all the time.
Lincoln, Abraham
Riddle 16
A single train track runs through a tunnel from east to west. One afternoon two trains run along the track at the same speed and enter the tunnel, one going east and one going west. Neither of the trains stop but they don't crash. Why not?