Baby Bach VHS
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BABY BACH(TM) is a whimsical, playful music video that will delight and fascinate your child. It introduces little ears to the expressive complex music of J.S. Bach in a baby-friendly way. Music therapy research has shown that listening to classical music can produce positive effects on health and well-being. Lovely images of toys, kinetic art, and real-world objects also offer parents the opportunity to teach words and concepts, while the stimulating music and silly sound effects are certain to captivate and engage infants and toddlers.
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The perfomances are clean and there are obvious changes of scenery during certain perfomances that required dubbing. This was done flawlessly and with taste. Overall this was fun and transcendent. I suggest listening to other artists perform these suites. Casals, Rostropovich, and Lynn Harrell all have recordings, and each are different.
The only thing I personally dislike strongly about these discs is that Julie Clark puts her kids in to perform rather inanely, and they have little to no value. This disc strikes me the most as it is just about two of her kids playing while you can see them taking direction from someone off-camera. That's all fine and dandy, but I think this disc would have benefitted without her daughters' jokes and canned laughter mixed in.
I like the repeated use of Minuet in G, since that's the piece kids taking Suzuki or conventional lessons are likely to play after Twinkle Little Star. But if Bruce Springsteen's "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" is considered suitable for innocent young ears, Bach deserves to have producers less bent on covering up his authentic authoritative voice.
Basically, this lady seems to have gone in her attic and gotten some used toys, videotaped them to music and put her two little girls in there every now and then for cuteness.
Now that I have some mastery over motherhood, I do not "use" this tape so much. While my daugheter still watches it every couple of weeks, she seems now to be "studying" it -- not just looking at it. But, she usually bores with it after about 15 minutes.
I will buy the others, too.
Buy it. Baby will love it.