07.Baby Music



This post is for my Sister, who will be giving birth to my Nephew any day now.

(I've put this up here for her, but obviously if you're interested, feel free to grab these also.)

"Numerous studies conclude that playing music to babies in the womb and in the early years helps build the neural bridges along which thoughts and information travel. And research suggests it can stimulate the brain's alpha waves, creating a feeling of calm; a recent study of premature infants found that they were soothed by the music.
It's known as the Mozart Effect, a theory which is credited with boosting IQ, improving health, strengthening family ties and even producing the occasional child prodigy."

The first part is relaxing, IQ boosting, classical music.

01. Grieg - Op.68 ,No.5.mp3
02. Debussy - Reflets dans l'eau.mp3
03. Brahms - Lullaby (Wiegenlied Opus 49, No. 4).mp3
04. Schubert - String Quintet In C - 2nd Movement.mp3
05. Hess - Ladies In Lavender (Main Theme).mp3
06. Massenet - Thais Meditation.mp3
07. Unknown - Sonata Pians.mp3
08. Elgar - Sospiri.mp3
09. Tournier - Russian Lullaby.mp3
10. Debussy - Reverie.mp3
11. Satie - Gnossienne No.5.mp3
12. Unknown - Symphony.mp3
13. Brahms - Lullaby (Cradle Song).mp3
14. Hovhaness - Nocturne For Harp.mp3
15. Naoko Yoshino & Gidon Kremer - spiegel im spiegel (arvo part).mp3
16. Chopin - raindrop prelude in d flat major, op.28.mp3


The second part is a mixture of music for baby and mum. In 4 parts.

1. Nursery rhymes and story time.
2. Non European classical/folk music. (Mainly from Africa)
3. 30 mins of deeply relaxing music
4. Lullaby's for the more discerning sleeper
(check comment for track list)

12 comments:

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Marc.Dos said...

Further trcklistings.

1. Nursery rhymes and story time.

101. Vernon Elliot - Ivor the Engine (Main Theme).mp3
102. Chrisopger Casson - Twinkle Twinkle.mp3
103. Malcolm Clarke - Bath Time.mp3
104. Bruce Haack - Poppies.mp3
105. Piggleswick Folk - Teddy Bears Picnic.mp3
106. Chrisopger Casson - Oh Dear What Can The Matter Be.mp3
107. Leo Graham - Three blind mice.mp3
108. Errol Dunkley - This old man (nick nack paddywack).mp3
109. The Bleechers - Farmer's in the den.mp3
110. Leslie Butler - Hornpipe Rocksteady.mp3


2. Classical music from another land

201. Kamar & Black Diamonds - Egun Dude.mp3
202. Marehamu George Mukabi - Bibi mama Ngani Mzuri.mp3
203. Lintata, Onomatopée.mp3
204. Fara Ko Kumanda.mp3
205. Ju'hoansi Bushmen - Arc De Chasse.mp3
206. Akazehe par deux jeunes filles.mp3
207. Savane, oiseaux.mp3
208. Sivakumar Sarma - Raga Rageswari.mp3
209. Bushmen Ju'hoansi - Les Femmes.mp3
210. Naa-Yanga.mp3
211. Antsan - Jejo Lava.mp3
212. Campement Mauritanien au petit matin.mp3


3. 30 mins of deeply relaxing music (have a break and recuperate whilst you can)

301. Keith Fullerton Whitman - 2waynice.mp3
302. Donato Wharton - Wake.mp3
303. Tim Hecker - Borderland.mp3
304. Keith Fullerton Whitman - Modena.mp3
305. Michael Anderson - All is full of love.mp3


4. Lullaby's for the more discerning sleeper

401. Jammin'.mp3
402. Tonight Tonight.mp3
403. Blitzkrieg Bop.mp3
404. Boys Don't Cry.mp3
405. Basket Case.mp3
406. Sheena Is a Punk Rocker.mp3
407. Paranoid Android.mp3
408. Stir it Up.mp3
409. Close To Me.mp3
410. Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life).mp3

Jeroenemans said...

I am extremely into this music!!! especially the last CD... did you make this yourself or what?

Marc.Dos said...

Hey Jeroenemans, glad you like it.

I'm not sure quite what you're talking about.? But they're songs made by others, compiled together by me. (If it's the lullaby section your interested in, you can find more of their cds if you google rockabye.)

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timpeltje said...

Hi, I read a post on a forum in which you posted a great photo by Andreas Gursky (a picture from a Chinese factory with pink work outfits). I'd like to know if you knew the title of the work and what year it's from. Could you please answer here or post it on my blog or on my mail: timpeltje@spray.se ?

thanks very much in advance, you have great photographic taste by the way ;-)

Tim

peskypesky said...

Your classical mix is fantastic!! Really superb. I dare say it's the best collection of "soft" classical music I've yet heard. Thank you.

I'm downloading the other mix to check it out.

Marc.Dos said...

Go here to d/l

http://rapidshare.com/files/146562568/Classical_music_for_baby_and_mum.rar

part 2

http://rapidshare.com/files/146572031/Marcs_baby_music.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/146581149/Marcs_baby_music.part2.rar

The Lastmix said...

buhu! i don't get it - 'classical_music_for'...something is missing here, but it isn't .rar, and the same goes for the other two..'Marcs_baby_music.'

The Lastmix said...

aha, now i got it :D

Katie said...

Wow! This is RIGHT up my alley! My blog I've started is about how baby music (something we all provide our children) isn't all created equal, and that certain baby music can really stimulate a growing baby's brain and truly help them intellectually and otherwise. Thanks so much for this informative post.
~Katie

Katie said...

Amen to this post!! I REALLY believe in playing high quality music (like you recommend) to all young children, and even in utero as well. Studies do show this helps their brains mature not only more quickly but also end up growing their brain's capacity permanently. It's wonderful what you're doing!
~Katie