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"Serenade in B Flat Minor, Opus 3, #5," by Russian composer Sergei RACHMANINOFF(1873-1943), from his collection of 5 piano solos entitled "Morceaux de fantaisies" (Fantasy Pieces), 1892. 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.

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

"Stars & Stripes Forever," words & music by John Phillip SOUSA, first performed May 14, 1897 at Willow Grove Park in suburban Philadelphia. Perhaps the March King's most famous march. 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.

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

"Sleeping Beauty Waltz" from the ballet by Russian composer Peter TCHAIKOVSKY(1840-1893). The ballet premiered at St. Petersburg's Mariinsky Theatre in 1890 and has become one of the most performed works on the classical dance stage. The waltz theme is familiar to millions as the song "Once Upon A Dream" from the 1959 Disney animated film version of the story. This and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams) are designed expressly for young par...

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

"UN Bel Di," from "Madama Butterfly," 1904 opera by Italian composer Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924), libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. Sung by Cio-Cio San, the hapless Nagasaki geisha abandoned by American Lieutenant Pinkerton, hoping he'll return to her and their child "One Fine Day." This and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams) are designed expressly for young parents (and grandparents) to teach their children the alphabet and, ...

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

"Triumphal March" from "Aida," Italian opera-master Giuseppe VERDI's (1813-1901) oft-performed work, set in ancient Egypt, premiered in Cairo in 1871. 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.

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

Known by one & all as "Here Comes The Bride" but originally the "Bridal Chorus" from the 1850 opera "Lohengrin" by Richard WAGNER(1818-1883). It first became widely popular when used as the processional for the wedding of British Princess Victoria (daughter of Queen Victoria) in 1858. This and numerous other musical eCards (FredGrams) are designed expressly for young parents (and grandparents) to teach their children the alphabet and, in addition...