Synopsis by Kathryn Tamms
Stimulating images of brightly colored objects float across the screen accompanied by entertaining sound effects and the masterful and melodic tones of Mozart. Aimed at children from one to 36 months, this video joins its counterparts Baby Einstein and Baby Bach in promoting the notion that exposure to the stimulus of classical music can help promote brain development in such areas as verbal ability, spatial intelligence, creativity, and memory. Musical selections include excerpts from several of Mozart's piano sonatas, concertos, and symphonies, specially arranged to appeal to infant and toddler ears.
child-development, classical-music, creativity, intelligence [knowledge], memory, sounds, verbal-skills