Lomax the Hound of Music

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Lomax the Hound of Music

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Lomax the Hound of Music from PBS Kids is a children's television program that follows in the tradition of acclaimed educational kid's programs like Sesame Street, Mister Roger's Neighborhood and Between the Lions. The show, created by Christopher Cerf, Louise Gikow and Norman Stiles and produced by Connecticut Public Television and Sirius Thinking, Ltd., Eyevox, Inc., combines puppets, animation, humans and live music to promote musical education for youngsters. Intended for children age 3-7, episodes of the series follow the fun-filled adventures of Lomax (Peter Linz), a friendly, sweet-natured doggy puppet named after American ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax. Lomax absolutely loves music and, together with his best friend and sidekick, a cute and fluffy cat puppet named Delta (Jennifer Barnhart), he crisscrosses the country by train to learn about American music. Lomax and Delta's human friend Amy (Amy Miles) accompanies them on their travels and together they track down the songs that make up the heart of America's musical heritage.