Baby Mozart
 : Baby Mozart

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Disney
EAN: 0050086077076
Item Dimensions: 4156023493
Label: Buena Vista
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Buena Vista
MPN: 60770-7 NS02
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: May 07, 2002
Publisher: Buena Vista
Release Date: May 07, 2002
Studio: Buena Vista

Disc 1:
  1. Tune Up And Fanfare Based On Themes From 'The Magic Flute'
  2. Piano Sonata In C, K545, 1st Movement
  3. Piano Sonata In C, K330, 1st Movement
  4. Variations On 'Ah Vous Dirai-je, Maman,' No. 1, 8, And 11, K265/300e
  5. Piano Sonata In D, K576, 3rd Movement
  6. Concerto For Flute And Harp In C, K299, 1st Movement
  7. Piano Sonata In A, K331, 3rd Movement
  8. Piano Sonata In C, K545, 2nd Movement
  9. Sonata In D For Two Pianos, K448, 1st Movement
  10. Piano Sonata In C, K330, 3rd Movement
  11. Divertmento No. 17 In D
  12. Piano Sonata In B Flat, K570, 3rd Movement
  13. Piano Sonata In F, K533, 3rd Movement
  14. The Magic Flute, K620, Papageno Arias No. 2 And 20
  15. Symphony No. 41 In C, K551, 4th Movement
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
No Description Available.Genre: ChildrensMedia Format: Compact DiskRating: Release Date: 7-MAY-2002
Of all the reasons you'll click the Add to Shopping Cart button next to Baby Einstein's Baby Mozart--and there are many--the best one is that playing this record for babies doesn't feel weird. Instead of subjecting tiny, tender ears to the kind of Mozart that can make adult classical fans wilt when tackled by a maestro who means business, this is Mozart lite, mixed and mastered by a dad, Bill Weisbach, who's clearly hung around for his share of crib-side cooing. The slightly tinny sound of a child's piano sweeps the sting out of Piano Sonata in B Flat's third movement; the first movement of Concerto for Flute and Harp in C floats by, birdlike; variations on "Ah vous dirai-je, Maman" translate to a fancy-sounding (but adorable) "Twinkle, Twinkle"; and Piano Sonata in F's third movement snuggles so deeply into its childlike setting that if you close your eyes, you'll see a pastel parade of animals floating by overhead. Other pieces (more aptly called fragments, since only one track stretches beyond the three-minute mark), like Symphony No. 41's fourth movement, wander into more robust Mozart territory, but it's here the claims about classical music enhancing young kids' abstract reasoning skills and spatial intelligence crystallize. Babies strapped in for a roller coaster of sounds that gracefully dips, swerves, and high-jumps like this version, do have to process what they're hearing somehow (and a case could be made that the instruments Weisbach's chosen--the vibraphone, glockenspiel, and music box among them--make it more appealing for them to do so). Followers of Julie Aigner-Clark's Baby Einstein empire, many of whom opted out of the fan club once Disney bought the company in 2001, won't trip over a single Mickey Mouse-ified sound here. This is pure, plugged in, and muted Mozart, and if it doesn't make your baby smarter, it'll at least sound awfully sweet issuing from your nursery's speakers. --Tammy La Gorce

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