BABY EINSTEIN: Baby Beethoven - Symphony of Fun DVD - Blanket Babies

BABY EINSTEIN: Baby Beethoven - Symphony of Fun DVD

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Recommended for babies from birth & up.

The Baby Beethoven Symphony of Fun DVD takes your child on a journey of sight and sound captivating your little one with brightly coloured toys, engaging images, gentle motion and loving puppet shows. 
The DVD features many of Beethoven's favourite compositions and creates a multi-sensory learning resource for parents, babies and toddlers. The Baby Beethoven Symphony of Fun DVD contains two activity centers -- The Home Theatre and The Concert Hall. 
The Baby Beethoven Symphony of Fun dvd has a total running time of 59 minutes, is coded for Australia and New Zealand and is organized for easy navigation and has language tracks of English, French, Italian & Dutch. Programming maps and chapter indices are provided in the Printable Parents Guide. 

The Home Theatre The Baby Beethoven Symphony of Fun video, hosted by Baby Einstein puppets, also features delightfully unique images and dynamic sound effects to create an engaging and fun learning experience. Concert Hall Charming listening experiences await you and your child in the Baby Beethoven Symphony of Fun Concert Hall. The Baby Beethoven Symphony of Fun video is an entertaining introduction to the classical music of Ludwig Von Beethoven. Beethoven's musical pieces included on this video were re-orchestrated for little ears by the Baby Einstein Music Box Orchestra and are some of the composer's most popular works. This concert was awarded the prestigious Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Award. Resources All Baby Einstein DVDs feature a variety of toys from other manufacturers. The Baby Einstein Company does not sell these items. Baby Beethoven Symphony of Fun DVD Features * Baby Beethoven DVD * Baby Beethoven Concert for Little Ears * Baby Einstein Catalog * Baby Bach Toy Chest Musical Selections * Tune up and theme from Symphony No. 9, 2nd movement * Symphony No. 1, 1st movement, Op. 21 * Minuet in G * Sonata in F * Sonata No. 14 (Moonlight), 2nd movement, Op. 27, No. 2 * The Ruins of Athens, Turkish March, Op. 113 * Rondo in C, Op. 51, No. 1 * Fur Elise, WoO 59 * Rondo a Capriccio in G, Op. 129 * Symphony No. 5, 1st movement, Op. 67 * Military March No. 1 in F, WoO 18 * Sonatina in G * Sonata 8 (Pathetique), 3rd movement, Op. 13 * Symphony No. 9, 4th movement, Op. 125 * Sonata No. 2, 1st movement, Op. 2, No. 2 * Allegro for a Flute Clock * Symphony No. 6, 3rd movement, Op. 68 * Sonata No. 8 (Pathetique), 2nd movement Op. 13 * Symphony No. 9, 4th movement coda, Op. 125.

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