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Baby Einstein - Meet the Orchestra: First Instruments - DVDrip XVID

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Baby Einstein - Meet the Orchestra: First Instruments - DVDrip XVID

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English | AVI | XVID 2663 kbps 29.970 fps | 640x480 | MP3 256 kbps 48 KHz | 40mns | 764 MB
Genre: elearning


A playful introduction to musical instruments and their sounds!
- Exposes little ones to the sights and sounds of an orchestra
- Features children playing musical instruments
At 12 months, babies can identify specific sounds, and they re also starting to match the sounds they hear with the objects that make them. Meet the Orchestr - First Instruments presents your little "maestro" with a playful introduction to the sights and sounds of a real orchestra - from the clashing of cymbals to the purring of the cello and everything in between! One of the greatest joys parents experience is the first time their child sings a song or picks up a musical toy and starts to play. Music appreciation begins early, and this resoundingly entertaining program encourages musical exploration with fun puppet shows, captivating real-world images and beautiful music by Beethoven, Brahms, Joplin, Haydn, Mozart and Strauss. It s a great way for you and your little one to start off on the right note!
Adults may think it's too early to teach a baby the difference between a trumpet and a bugle, but Baby Einstein: Meet the Orchestra - First Instruments entertains children with its next music installment. Relying on its tried-and-true formula of bright colors, quick-paced format, and almost no dialogue (except to repeat names and identify groups by section: brass, woodwinds, strings, and so forth), First Instruments flashes the instrument and its name on the screen, demonstrates how it sounds, and shows animated characters, puppets, babies, youth, and grown-ups all performing on (and enjoying) it. It then combines instruments for a few classical numbers. The jazzy rendition of Beethoven's "Fur Elise" is questionable (it would be nicer to teach kids appreciation for the real thing). Bonus features include instrument flash cards, several puppet shows, a featurette teaching more about music, and additional orchestral numbers. A nice diversion for your little maestro-to-be

Ages 12 months+
Duration: 41 mins



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