BABY EINSTEIN: Baby Van Gogh - World of Colours DVD - Blanket Babies

BABY EINSTEIN: Baby Van Gogh - World of Colours DVD

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Recommended for babies from birth & up.
* Exposes your baby to the wonder of colour through Van Gogh's artwork
* Introduces your baby to classical music selections from Van Gogh's era !
* Suitable for ages 0 to 3 years

The award-winning Baby Van Gogh DVD exposes your child to a vibrant palette of colour. Utilising the unique features of DVD to create a multi-sensory play resource for parents, infants and toddlers, Baby Van Gogh consists of three activity centres -- The Home Theatre, The Art Time Classics Concert Hall and the Exhibition Centre. The Baby Van Gogh DVD has a total running time of 72 minutes, is coded for Australia and New Zealand, and is organised for easy navigation. Programming maps and chapter indices are provided in the Printable Parents Guide.
The Home Theatre
Divided into six vignettes, the Baby Van Gogh DVD playfully presents the six primary colours to your curious child and offers numerous opportunities for parent-child interaction.
Concert Hall
The Baby Van Gogh DVD features some of the most interesting music of the 19th and early 20th centuries, including pieces by Bizet, Offenbach, Muggorsky, Strauss and Tschaikovsky.
Exhibition Centre
The Exhibition Centre features an imaginary journey through one of Vincent Van Gogh's sketchbooks, highlighting six Van Gogh masterpieces.
All Baby Einstein videos and DVD feature a variety of toys from other manufacturers. Included in the Baby Van Gogh DVD are catalogues of the toys featured in the Baby Van Gogh DVD. The Baby Einstein Company does not sell these items.
A Video Tutorial includes tips on how to use the video and audio programming with your child.
Baby Van Gogh DVD Features
* Baby Van Gogh Video
* Art Time Classics Concert
* Paintings by Vincent Van Gogh
* "Lane in the Public Garden at Arles"
* "14 Sunflowers in a Vase"
* "The Starry Night"
* "Orchard in Blossom with View of Arles"
* "Fishing Boats on the Beach at Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer"
* "Wheat Fields with Reaper at Sunrise"
* Video Tutorial
* Baby Einstein Catalogue
* Baby Van Gogh Toy Chest
* Language tracks (English, French, Italian, Dutch) 
Musical Selections
* Orchestra Tune Up
* Carmen Suite, Georges Bizet
* Blue Danube Waltz, Johann Strauss, Jr.
* Pictures at an Exhibition-Promenade, Modest Mussorgsky
* William Tell Overture, "Bucolic", Gioacchino Rossini
* William Tell Overture, "Lone Ranger Theme", Gioacchino Rossini
* Gaite Parisienne-Barcarolle, Jacques Offenbach
* Gaite Parisienne-Vivo, Jacques Offenbach
* Minute Waltz, Frederic Chopin
* Swan Lake-Waltz, Peter Tschaikovsky
* Picture at an Exhibition-Promenade, Modest Muggorsky
* Peer Gynt Suite-Morning, Edward Grieg
* Peer Gynt Suite-Hall of the Mountain King, Edward Grieg
* Bolero, Maurice Ravel
* Flight of the Bumblebee, Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov
* Hungarian Rhapsody, Franz Liszt
* Picture at an Exhibition-Promenade, Modest Muggorsky
* Claire de lune, Clauade Debussy
* Great Gate at Kiev, Muggorsky/1812 Overture, Tschaikovsky
* Lullaby, Johannes Brahms

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