ASIN: B00006II6R DESCRIPTION:Captivating sights and glorious sounds to stimulate and delight your baby!
-- Introduces babies to the wonder of Beethoven's works
-- Filled with visual treats and musical masterpieces
Early on in babies' development, they begin to recognize primary colors such as blue, red, and yellow. And all the while, they're also processing an infinite variety of new sights and sounds. Think of the joy you'll experience as you introduce your little one to beautiful music and imagery with Baby Beethoven™ Symphony of Fun. Featuring timeless works by one of the world's greatest composers, this exciting musical journey exposes infants to classical music while presenting them wtih vibrant, baby-friendly images.
Developed with babies in mind, this stimulating celebration of some of Ludwig van Beethoven's most popular compositions will provide an enchanting opportunity for you and your little one to watch, listen and make new discoveries together! END
-- Repeat play
-- Language tracks (Spanish, French and English)
-- Discovery cards
-- Puppet shows
-- Toy chest
Classical music has been scientifically proven to encourage cognitive development in young children. Baby Beethoven
, a 29-minute Baby Einstein production, presents excerpts from five of the composer's most famous symphonies, as well as incidental music, in a child-friendly, sensory-rich format. Familiar Beethoven themes like the Ode to Joy from his Ninth Symphony are playfully rendered on electric piano and accompanied by colorful images of toys in action, puppetry, and babies at play. The musical excerpts are relatively short and the imagery is quick-paced and varied enough to grab the limited attention span of viewers age 1 to 36 months. Unlike previous Baby Einstein presentations, each symphonic excerpt (though not the incidental music) is labeled--a feature that encourages further exploration of favorite pieces. Baby Beethoven
is an aural and visual feast that promotes creativity, mental awareness, and an appreciation for classical music in infants, toddlers, and their parents. --Tami Horiuchi