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Music by Franz LEHAR, the celebrated waltz from "The Merry Widow," (1905), worldwide the most popular musical theatre work of its era and still among the most often-produced Viennese operettas. This and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams) are designed expressly for young parents (and grandparents) to teach their children the alphabet and, in addition, acquaint them with classic music and great composers.

M is for... (Baby/Kids/ABCs)

Allegro Movement # 1 of "Eine kleine Nachtmusik" (Serenade No. 13 for strings in G major), K. 525, by Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART(1756-1791). Written in 1787, "A Little Night Music" is among the most popular/familiar of all of MOZART'S prolific outputThis and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams) are designed expressly for young parents (and grandparents) to teach their children the alphabet and, in addition, acquaint them with classic music and...

N is for... (Baby/Kids/ABCs)

"Keep The Home Fires Burning," music by Ivor NOVELLO, lyrics by American Lena Guilbert Ford, 1914. The British counterpart to America's WWI rallying cry, "Over There." This song's success brought money & fame to the 21 year old Welsh-born NOVELLO(1893-1951), paving the way for major stardom on the British operetta stage, silent films (including a few early Hitchcock thrillers) and sound pictures. This and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams)...

O is for...(Baby/Kids/ABCs)

"Barcarolle" from "Tales Of Hoffmann," the one grand opera of Jacques OFFENBACH(1819-1880). Jewish/German born, OFFENBACH made most of his career writing light operas (operettas) in France. The "Barcarolle" (Boat Song, derived from the Italian word "barca") is sung in the opera's 3rd act and describes a watery Venetian night as the ideal setting for love. This and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams) are designed expressly for young parents...

P is for...(Baby/Kids/ABCs)

"O Mio Babbino Caro," (O My Dear Papa), a serious moment in the otherwise comic opera "Gianni Schicchi," (1918) by Giacomo PUCCINI(1858-1924). This aria is pleadingly sung by young Lauretta to her unscrupulous Florentine father, insisting she will throw herself off the Ponte Vecchio into the Arno if he doesn't allow her to be with the man she loves. This and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams) are designed expressly for young parents (and g...

Q is for...(Baby/Kids/ABCs)

"Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal," 1847 poem of British Poet Laureate Alfred Lord Tennyson(1809-1892) set to music in 1904 by his fellow countryman Roger QUILTER(1877-1953). An Art Song standard recorded by virtually every major vocal recitalist of the 20th century including John MThis and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams) are designed expressly for young parents (and grandparents) to teach their children the alphabet and, in addition, acqua...