Baby Beethoven is the 10th Baby Einstein video. It was released on October 22, 2002
- Beethoven- A musical giraffe and a professional violinist.
- Pavlov- A brown dog who is somehow related to Bryce, he's brown and is pretty lovable by the community.
- Quacker- A duck with a red scarf, he has been a cute character, and he loves the water.
- MacDonald- A free spirited teenage heifer and who is the sole female in the video, Wellington’s daughter, and the supreme bovine heir
- Isaac- A circus Lion who previously hosted Baby Newton
- Gregory- The older son of Neightan.
- Opening & Intro
- Symphony No. 1
- Walking Owls
- Subway Train
- Pavlov The Dog Walks Around The Lake But He Hears A Squeaky Toy And A Duck Quacking Pavlov Screams And Runs Away Quacker The DuckSees Pavlov's Bone And Steals It Pavlov Heard That His Friend Quacker The Duck Stole His Bone
- Symphony No. 3
- Pavlov Chases Quacker
- Pavlov Finally Got His Bone
- Fur Elise
- Webster The Spider
- Wellington The Cow Beethoven The Giraffe Pavlov The Dog Isaac The Lion Quacker The Duck Neightan The Horse Have A Parade
- A Bear Plays The Violin While Dogs Play In The Rain And A Pig Runs Around
- Baby Pictures
- Penguins Go Up The Stairs
- Beethoven The Giraffe Plays The Saxophone
- Pop Up Bears
- Synphony No. 5
- Isaac The Lion Cranks A Box And A Dog Pops Up
- Dog Toys
- Balls Go Down A Ramp
- Liquid Motion & Kinetic Toys
- Symphony No. 6
- Stacking Rings And Rolling
- Symphony No. 9
- Webster The Spider with Confetti
- Julie Clark's opening voiceover is slightly off from the audio during the warning screen.
- This is the last video to have a warning screen.
- After the tune up ends there is no page curl transition.
- Also, before the opening credits, it gives you some information about Beethoven in real life.
- In the last seen before the end credits. When the confetti drops on the pull-along spider toy (in style of Dick Clark), you can barely hear the clapping in the applause.
- Earlier in the video, Sierra Clark was playing a drum, but before the thank you screen comes up in the end credits, she is now playing a violin.
- The title cards For the symphonies and wellington's victory, the Beethoven info and the thank you screen are missing in the 2008 version.
- This is the last DVD to have the 2000 DVD Menu style.
- The giraffe eyes' are different compared to the 2001 DVD release.
- This Video Was Released Because Of Popular Demand
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