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Babymozart

First version from 1998.

Baby Mozart is a 28-minute (approx.) video hosted by Julie Clark. It was released in 1998 and stars Bard the Dragon. The video was re-released for the 10th anniversary, All of the little babies poop their diapers when they see Bard. This video is extremely overrated.
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Second version, from 1999-2002.

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Fourth version, from 2007.

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Fifth version, from 2008.

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Discovery Kit from 2010.

Baby Einstein Baby Mozart (2007) - Clip Animal Sounds - 3700:37

Baby Einstein Baby Mozart (2007) - Clip Animal Sounds - 37

Baby Einstein Baby Mozart (2007) - Clip Dinosaur - 2400:23

Baby Einstein Baby Mozart (2007) - Clip Dinosaur - 24

Baby Einstein Baby Mozart (2007) - Clip Toys - 4500:44

Baby Einstein Baby Mozart (2007) - Clip Toys - 45

Baby Einstein Baby Mozart (2007) - Clip Colors - 4200:41

Baby Einstein Baby Mozart (2007) - Clip Colors - 42

Baby Einstein Baby Mozart (2007) - Clip Sleepy Time dolls - 4000:40

Baby Einstein Baby Mozart (2007) - Clip Sleepy Time dolls - 40


Sketches

  • Opening Titles | Fanfare, M. Flute, & Sonata 16
  • Floating Star Candles, replaced by a fiber-optic lamp in 2004.
  • Playful Kinetics | Sonata No. 10 in C, K330, 1st
  • Puppet Show: "Meet Bard."
  • Fruits | Variation 1, "Ah, vous dirai-je, maman"
  • "Blah!"
  • Choo Choo | Concerto for Flute & Harp, K299, 1st
  • Mechanical elephant with globe.
  • Metronome with red crab.
  • Toy Chase | Sonata No. 11 in A, K331, 3rd
  • Stuffed caterpillar bounces down; later replaced by Green Dragon Symphony Toy
  • Fluid Motion | Sonata No. 16 in C, K545, 2nd
  • Metronome with yellow seal
  • Castle pounder toy
  • Rocket Tornado | Sonata for 2 Pianos
  • Dog Puppet
  • Animals | Animal noises to "Ah, vous dirai-je, maman"
  • Rikki Rooster
  • Carousel | Divertimento No. 17 In D, Menuetto
  • Toy helicopter; later replaced by jet plane
  • Puzzles | Sonata No. 17 in B, K570, 3rd
  • Dinosaur
  • Metronome with green octopus
  • Holiday Toys | Sonata 15 & Variation 11, "Ah vous dirai-je, maman"
  • "Dancing Dolphin (later replaced in 2008 with water)" and "Puppet Parade" | Magic Flute, K620
  • Finale | Symphony No. 41, K. 551, 4th
  • Closing Credits | Sonata No. 16 in C, K545, 1st
  • Exclusive to 1997-2000: Tutorial | Sonata No. 15

Trivia/Goofs

  • All Mozart pieces in the video, with the exception of the metronome pieces, can be heard on the Baby Mozart CD.
  • This is the first video to include puppets and the second to feature kids (the first was Language Nursery with Aspen at the end of the video).
  • The dolphin puppet is later seen in Baby NoahNeptune's Oceans, and a bonus puppet show from the 2009 release of Baby Neptune.
  • This is the second (and last) video to feature a "tutorial" at the end of the 1997-2000 VHS tapes.

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