My First Vivaldi (Music Board Book)
Price: $18.95 / $15.16 Members: $13.64
My First Vivaldi Music Board Book
Now reading to your little one will engage the senses with the wonderful Baroque music of Antonio Vivaldi. In My First Vivaldi, each illustration is accompanied by one of the composer's fine works. The choral composition "Domine Deus" will amaze the ear, and you may even find your child swaying to the lovely sounds of the "Concerto Per Mandolini." Don’t worry if you're slow to get your camera ready, your child will want to read My First Vivaldi again and again!
The full orchestra sounds crisp and clean with the well-placed speaker and even small fingers can activate the sensor which is easily located on each sturdy page. Your child will love how easy it is to control the start of each song just like a symphony conductor!
A wonderful way to introduce your little ones to classical music from a very young age. Each book will delight all their senses through beautiful colorful images, high-quality sound segments of six different melodies, and fun little stories or poems to read at bedtime. The songs have all been licensed from famous orchestras around the world, and each song is 20 to 40 seconds long.
The book has rounded corners to protect your little ones. Just touch the sensor and enjoy the music. It is very easy for little fingers and great for hand eye coordination.
Beautiful illustrations, accompanied by great classical music - a great way to train a child’s musical ear!
Batteries and instructions included. On/off switch included to help preserve battery life. ASTM inspected and certified.
- Dimensions: 6” W x 6” H
- On/off switch on back of book
- Two AAA batteries included
- Operating instructions included
Most Western music is based on a system of notation that evolved around 1600 out of earlier practices. The starting point for any opera is the full score, which contains all individual voices and instruments arranged in a specific order on the page. The written music—representing the sounds a composer creates in his head—then comes to life performed by singers onstage and played by the orchestra.
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Our granddaughter loves the music and this is the first book she has been able to play by herself and loves the independence. Unfortunately the test leaves much to be desired. I wish the names of the musical pieces appeared somewhere in the book.Alice, August 2021