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Baby Santa's Music Box

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Baby Santa's Music Box is the sixth video created by Julie Clark and released by Baby Einstein. Baby Santa is unique in that it is the only video with an emphasis on winter holidays and an emphasis on seasons (the other being Baby Monet). Lights, ornaments, sleigh bells, stockings, presents, winter scenes, happy children, and jolly Santas provide a colorful canvas for some of the most joyous holiday music written. There is also minor emphasis on Chanukah, as well as celebrations from around the world.


  • Exclusive for 2000-2003: Copyright infringement warning
  • Opening titles | Pierpont/Weisbach, Variation, "Jingle Bells"
  • Chanukah fun | Jewish, Dreidel Song
  • Decorating the tree | Welsh, Deck the Halls
  • Snow angels | French, Bring a Torch, Jeanette Isabella
  • Winter animals | Traditional, Joy to the World
  • Rudolph's 12 days | 12 Days of Christmas (Caribbean Remix)
  • Sleigh ride | Pierpont, Jingle Bells
  • Japanese New Year | Japanese, Oshogatsu
  • Nature's holiday | W. A. Mozart, German Dance No. 3, K. 605
  • Appalachian cheer | Appalachian, Snowbird on the Ashbank
  • Good tidings | Traditional, We Wish You a Merry Christmas
  • Ornamental charm | Irish, Wexford Carol
  • Tchaikovsky, Nutcracker Suite
    • Jump for joy! | Candy Canes, "Trepak," Russian Dance
    • Penguin promenade | Tea, Chinese Dance
  • Kaleidoscope | Jewish, Chanukah O Chanukah
  • Finale (Waiting for Santa) | Gruber, Silent Night
  • Closing credits | Handel, Messiah, Hallelujah


  • This is the only holiday-based episode.
  • This is the second video to feature music by Peter Tchaikovsky; the first was Baby Van Gogh.
  • The polar bear and penguin puppets will be seen again in Baby Noah.

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