Baby Classics

Theatrical Release: July 22, 2003
DVD Release: July 22, 2003
Baby Classics
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Synopsis

Raimond Lap, composer and creator of the “Lovely Baby” CD series, claims, “Creating a better world starts with music at birth.” Millions of babies around the world already enjoy his music. The “Lovely Baby” CD series is quickly becoming recognized as an efficient, stimulating and educational way to entertain babies. No other CDs have gone through so many tests and tryouts. Listening to good music with a pallet of styles that are well arranged will positively stimulate the development of the child’s brain.

Dove Review

“Baby Classics” is just that: ten familiar classical selections from Beethoven, Bach, Mozart and Brahms, that Raimond Lap has effectively used to interject wonderful baby sounds, such as laughing, gurgling, ooh’s and ahh’s. The CD opens with a piano solo “”Fur Elise” by Beethoven, and is followed by Bach’s “Minuet”, accompanied by soft baby sounds and background sounds of babies’ toys; all blend together beautifully! The very familiar “Ode To Joy” by Beethoven is just that: joyful and upbeat and the baby is saying “Ooh!” in a happy voice. Birds and water are to be found in the middle pieces by Mozart and Bach: “Theme” and “Air”. The familiar sounds of the birds and running water, along with the exquisite music by these composers, makes for wonderful music not only for baby, but everyone. This wonderful CD, which rates another 5 Doves, ends with Brahms’s famous “Lullaby”.

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Info

Company: Lovely Baby Music
Genre: Children
Runtime: 44 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Judy Mate