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"Beautiful Dreamer" written (& published) in 1862 by the first great American songwriter Stephen FOSTER(1826-1864). 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.

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"Swanee," music by GEORGE GERSHWIN, lyrics by Irving Caesar, 1919. The song that launched the storied GERSHWIN career. The most famous of a host of songs derived from Stephen Foster's lyric "Way down upon the Swanee River" ("Old Folks At Home," 1851), extolling a dreamy, mythological Paradise Lost down South. This and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams) are designed expressly for young parents (and grandparents) to teach their children the...

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

The "HALLELUJAH Chorus" from the oratorio "Messiah" (1742) by George Friderich(sic) HANDEL(1685-1759). Upon first hearing the work, the King of England, so emotionally stirred by what he was hearing,spontaneously stood from his seat, thereby establishing the tradition audiences the world over continue upon hearing the magnificent "Chorus." This and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams) are designed expressly for young parents (and grandparent...

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

"Waves Of The Danube" by Romanian composer/military bandleader Ion IVANOVICI(1845-1902). IVANOVICI wrote hundreds of waltzes & other pieces, but this is the one that survives, largely due to being the theme for the Al Jolson-Saul Chaplin sentimental standard, "The Anniversary Song." This and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams) are designed expressly for young parents (and grandparents) to teach their children the alphabet and, in addition, ...

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

"The Entertainer" by American composer Scott JOPLIN(1868-1917). Now dubbed "King of Ragtime," JOPLIN lived & died in relative obscurity, only to be acclaimed a half century later after his piano rags, "The Entertainer" in particular, were featured in the film "The Sting" as adapted & performed by Marvin Hamlisch. This and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams) are designed expressly for young parents (and grandparents) to teach their children...

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

"Look For The Silver Lining," music by Jerome KERN, lyrics by B.G. "Buddy" De Sylva from the Broadway musical "Sally" (1920). Kern would go on to become one of the major composers in the Golden Age of both Broadway and Hollywood, writing the landmark "Show Boat" in 1927 and composing some of Hollywood's best songs for Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers and Irene Dunne.