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Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes Musical Toy Review
Adding A Little Bit Of Classical Baby Style
I first heard of Baby Einstein some 13 years ago when my younger brother was born and my mom came home from the hospital with a Baby Einstein CD they have given her as a present. It was full of classical tunes for baby from some of the most renowned classical music composer. Now that I have my own I saw this toy online and being one of the best sellers decided to give it a try.
is labeled for children 3+ months. It’s simple. A switch on top can turn it off, switch to low, or high volume. One large button makes it easy for babies to press and play. The handle is a caterpillar made of 4 colorful beads. It plays 7 different tune versions from Mozart, Vivaldi, Rossini, and Chopin, and lights up as the music plays. Made in China. Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes
- Serenade No. 13 in G, "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik," K525, 1st movement, Mozart (Baby Galileo)
- Nocturne No. 6, K239, 1st movement, Mozart (Baby Neptune)
- Waltz in GB Op. 70, No.1, Chopin (Traveling Melodies)
- The Four Seasons, Spring, 1st movement, Vivaldi (Baby Vivaldi)
- William Tell Overture, "Lone Ranger", Rossini (Playtime Music Box)
- Piano Sonata in A, K331, 3rd movement, Mozart (Baby Mozart)
- The Four Seasons, Summer, 1st and 3rd movements, Vivaldi (Baby Vivaldi)
- It has a large button making it easy for baby to press.
- The music is pleasant to listen to, even for adults.
- It is small enough to take along on trips and keep baby entertained.
- It’s made of hard plastic and it’s quite heavy for small babies to lift. Babies could accidentally hit themselves with it if they drop it and I could see siblings coming back complaining baby brother or sister banged them on the head with it.
- In my opinion the tunes could play longer. But that’s just my personal preference.