- SKU: 2466518
- Release Date: 01/08/2008
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In this Muppetized version of Sneak Previews, Telly and Oscar review eight silly songs. With Telly raving how he loves every song and Oscar phooeying them all, Sneek Peek Reviews includes Sesame Street performances of "Eight Balls of Fur," "Hey Diddle Diddle," "Watermelons and Cheese," "Mr. Between," "The Room Is Full of Chickens," "Il Alphabetto," "Silly Sounding Word Song," and "Oh Look What Our Baby Can Do." The hilarious interactions between Telly and Oscar and the wacky lyrics will keep preschoolers rolling in the aisles. Highly recommended for ages one to five. ~ Heather M. Fierst, Rovi
Sesame Street: Elmo's Musical Adventure - The Story of Peter and the Wolf
Sesame Street goes to the Boston Pops. Viewers see Baby Bear go to the Boston Symphony Hall, meeting conductor Keith Lockhart. The conductor shows Baby Bear the assortment of instruments played to portray the characters in Peter and the Wolf. This is the portal to the forest and Peter's tale. A costumed Elmo is Peter during solos of the violin. The French horn heralds the entrance of the not so scary wolf. The bassoon symbolizes the grandfather, Big Bird. The video introduces preschoolers to the experience of hearing an orchestra with the help of the familiar characters from Sesame Street. ~ Linda J. Shriver, Rovi