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Current research indicates that early exposure to classical music stimulates a baby's mind and aids in the development of creativity, motor coordination, and emotion. Much like the Baby Einstein series, this 26-minute tape combines lively classical music with brightly colored, boldly patterned animated animals for a virtual feast for the eyes and ears. Each of 10 distinct instruments is associated with a particular animal: A cat bobs along in a boat to the accompaniment of a flute playing the familiar Bach "Polonaise and Badinerie," and a giraffe plays hide-and-seek behind tall buildings while a bassoon plays Mozart's "Bassoon Sonata." Other familiar tunes include the Clarke's "Trumpet Voluntary," Bach's "Prelude in C minor," and Haydn's "Oboe Concerto." The video is divided into five sections, each of which features two animal-instrument combinations complete with explanatory titles. This format facilitates viewing in short time increments--a practice especially recommended for the youngest infants. Older, more verbal toddlers will delight in guessing what animal or familiar object will appear next, and often create elaborate stories to accompany the images on the screen. This is a visually and aurally stimulating introduction to classical music that both parents and children will enjoy. --Tami HoriuchiFrom the Back Cover:
About Baby Music School
Music can play an important role in stimulating your baby's mind during the first three years of life. Actively listening to music contributes to creative, right-brain functioning, motor coordination, and emotion.
Baby Music School, created by an infancy researcher, exposes babies and toddlers to music in a fun, imaginative way. Baby Music School introduces your baby to classical music by associating specific musical instruments with bold, brightly colored animals. This unique musical experience exercises listening skills as baby focuses on each animal's musical theme and discriminates each instrument's tone, pitch, and rhythm.
The live classical music and visuals have been developed specifically for babies, based on what they prefer to see and hear: high-contrast, bold, moderately paced, changing images set to the melodic sounds of the flute, piano, violin, and more.
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