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Sesame Street Elmo's World: Violins

                Elmo and Dorothy welcome the viewers. Elmo hears sound this is sound of violins. Elmo opens the door and violins come. The theme of episode is violin. Elmo’s World Violin begins. And then we see a short video clip including people who are playing violin.

Dorothy's Question

                Dorothy has a question. She is not alone in her bowl as usual. There is a toy violin in her bowl and she wants to know how you hold a violin when you play it.  Elmo opens the window; it is time for Mr. Noddle. Mr. Noddle is here, Elmo asks Dorothy’s question and Mr Noddle tries to answer. First, he misunderstands and tries to play a banana instead of violin. Some incorrect attempts he can find right position to play violin.

Kids and Baby

                A boy comes and explains parts of violin to Dorothy. And the he starts to play it. A girl comes and plays as well. She plays Elmo’s Song on the violin.

Elmo's Question

                A purple octopus comes Elmo’s World. They count violins together. There are sever violins. And then the octopus plays violin.

Video E-Mail

                There is a video – mail to Elmo from Abby Cadabby and Miri Ben-Ari. The video is about playing violin. Abby says she may be learn one day, but know she is interested in trick. Abby turns Miri’s violin into a pumpkin.


         It is quiz time. Elmo has questions about contents that including various things which may or may not have strings: a string cheese, flute, a piano and Rosita's guitar.


                Today there is a short video. Elmo’s friend Livie is in the video. It is about her violin lesson. She learns and plays violin.

TV Cartoon

                There is a cartoon in The Violins Channel. Its name is ‘’The Violin Who Loved Her Bow."


                Elmo opens the door, he sees a violin, his guest is the violin and bow. They talk about playing violin and classic music.

 Tickle Me Land

                Dorothy has a dream as usual and she imagines Elmo when he is playing jazz violin and then her next dream is the same instrument as a fiddle to play bluegrass. At the end of the episode Elmo, Dorothy, The Violin and bow are singing the violin song and also Elmo plays violin at the end of the episode and then they say goodbye. Sesame Street Elmo's World Violins video ends.

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"Elmo's World" Violins (TV Episode 2007)

Elmo's World

S38. E3

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  • Episode aired Aug 21, 2007
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  • Stars
    • Miri Ben-Ari(credit only)
    • Fran Brill(voice)
    • Tyler Bunch(voice)
  • Stars
    • Miri Ben-Ari(credit only)
    • Fran Brill(voice)
    • Tyler Bunch(voice)
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    Miri Ben-Ari

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    Tyler Bunch

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    Leslie Carrara-Rudolph

    • Abby Cadabby
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    Kevin Clash

    • Elmo
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    Bill Irwin

    • Mr. Noodle
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    Carmen Osbahr

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