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Baby Mozart [VHS]

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Product Description

The top-selling video of the Baby Einstein series, Baby Mozart is a playful, imaginative introduction for infants and toddlers to the music of Mozart. Mozart's music, timeless and lovely, has been shown to affect people of all ages in positive ways. Little eyes will light up at the images of brightly colored toys and visually captivating objects while little ears will love the carefully arranged, child-friendly bits of music and amusing sound effects. For infants and toddlers from 1 to 36 months of age.

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It's called "the Mozart Effect," the notion that exposing youngsters to the melodies of the maestro can improve verbal ability, spatial intelligence, creativity, and memory. It's a pretty big leap of faith to understand that effect unless you personally see a toddler react to the stimulation. The Baby Einstein folks have a series of tapes (Baby Einstein, Baby Bach) that add visual stimulation to the bouncy recordings (using vibraphone, Rhodes electric piano, and even a glockenspiel). The melodies are heard against colorful imagery of spinning tops, wave machines, soft baby toys, mobiles, and the like. Several parenting groups and magazines have heralded the tapes for children 1 to 36 months, but the Orwellian aspect of introducing babes in arms to the TV screen may cause many to just pick up the CD. --Doug Thomas

Product Details

  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    Unrated
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Family Home Ent
  • DVD Release Date: January 1, 2000
  • Run Time: 170 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (381 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00000INEW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,120 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Baby Mozart [VHS]" on IMDb

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Top Customer Reviews

Format: DVD
My youngest son received this video as a gift. I was skeptical about how interesting this DVD would be - the videos are just various clips of toys and images of food, played over classical music (Mozart). After a few months, here's what I think:

Pros:
+ My youngest son is completely mesmerized by the video. I get a half hour of distraction to get chores done.
+ The music is pleasing for everyone in the house (my oldest son likes it too).
+ After a few months they still enjoy watching it.

Cons:
- Lacks any educational value.

The educational value thing bothered me, but DVDs are amazing for buying time. After researching on Amazon, I found and bought these videos to address that problem:

* Tiny Tutor: Early Language Development System: 4 very simple videos that cover letters, numbers, shapes and colors. My youngest LOVES these videos.
* LeapFrog: Learning DVD Set: 3 DVD set that is better for older kids (Leapfrog suggests 3-6 years old). My oldest really likes "Talking Words Factory".
* Baby Signing Time Volume 1 DVD: AMAZING. My youngest knows how to sign for milk, more food, and when he is done eating! I wish I had this for my oldest.

For distraction value, Baby Mozart is great, and it's still my youngest son's favorite DVD. 5+ stars for giving me time to get things done around the house.
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Format: DVD
I bought this DVD because I had heard many good things about it. I'm glad I did! My daughter starting watching it at 3 1/2 months. Now she is 5 months and still watches it everyday. It is part of our morning routine. She watches it right after bathtime and her morning bottle (so Mommy can eat a quick breakfast). She squeals with delight everytime. The music is great! It has a combination of things to look at. Each segment lasts about 45 seconds. There are toys in motion, puppets, fiber optic lamps with changing colors, still pictures of fruits and animals, colored water toys, etc... My daughter gets bored with a few of the segments (still pictures of fruits and animals), but that is OK because another segment is going to start in just a few seconds. She loves the puppets and brightly colored water toys. I really like it because humans are not in the video (only hands that are playing with the toys). I am not a fan of putting children in front of the TV, but I don't mind this one. It is educational for a baby with the interesting things to look at and the wonderful music to dance to. Mommy also gets to eat her breakfast!
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By A Customer on December 27, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
I read the review and decided to purchase the video...and wasn't disappointed. I purchased it for my 2 year old daughter, and she absolutely loved it. She sat through the show from start to finish, enthralled with the music and motion on screen. Then, along came our third child, and at only a few months, she was entranced by the video as well. Our "new baby" is now 9 months, and whenever we pop in the Baby Mozart video, her whole face lights up, and her body language "settles in" to watch. She watches from start to finish as well, without a wimper. When she does start to fuss, we know the video is over. Even our 8 year old son doesn't mind "sharing" the TV with his little sisters when Baby Mozart is on. Although he is too old for the simple graphics on-screen, he loves the music, and so does Mom. This video is a great buy...in our family, it pleases everyone, ages 8, 2-1/2, 9 mos. and Mom and Dad, too.
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I purchased this video after my daughter (now 14 months) received the Baby Bach video as a gift when she was 10 months old. It is very similiar to the Baby Bach video in having a somewhat amateur feel to the production, although we are spared the use of live action children in this video. Using the tried and true formula they developed, the Baby Einstein Company uses toys, puppets and videos of things like candles, as well as still images of things like food to visually stimulate children while listening to "baby friendly" classical music. It's entertaining, but I'm not sure it teaches much except how to watch television. For example there are segments devoted to some swirling beads and other items in liquid that I am at a loss to explain except in terms of interesting color combinations. This and some of the other objects shown are in the category I would describe as 'executive desk toys' and the repetitive motion at first will get my daughter's interest, but she soon settles into a blank stare. I watch the video with my daughter and I label the things she sees to the best of my ability. I point out colors, shapes, movement etc. but she is more subdued during this video than for example, Baby Shakespeare. The video is for children from ages 1 to 36 months. I think this age range is too broad. There are some loud noises in this video, which I understand are to bring your child's attention back to the TV. However, if your young baby is easily startled, they could be frightening. Further, because of the repetitive aspect of the images, I'm not sure this video has staying power for older children. For the present, my daughter will sit through this video with me. Is she learning anything? I don't know. Is she entertained? Yes.
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