Music to help baby sleep

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To re-phrase an old saying, “When baby ain’t sleepin’, ain’t nobody sleepin’!” Desperate parents will go to any and all lengths to get their baby to sleep. We’d like to suggest that one of the best ways to get your baby to sleep is to sing – a lullaby, that is. And no, your voice doesn’t have to be stage-perfect, because to your baby, your voice is the most beautiful sound there is. Besides that, who else is going to hear you singing softly at 2 a.m.?!

Lullabies for Babies

As your baby learns to fall asleep on his own, you might choose to let him fall asleep to some gentle lullaby recordings. Here are a few of our favorite suggestions:

You Are My Sunshine by Kindermusik International – available at Amazon or

Violin Lullabies, a new release by violinist Rachel Barton Pine

Flying Dreams, a harp and flute recording by Emily Mitchell and James Galway

Create a Playlist

If you’re a Kindermusik family, you know that your Kindermusik music always includes some gentle listening music as well as lullabies. You might choose to create a playlist of all of your favorite Kindermusik lullabies and rocking songs so that it’s ready at the touch of a button – in the car, before a nap… or when you’re too tired to remember the words in the middle of the night!

Shared by Theresa Case, whose Kindermusik program at Piano Central Studios in Greenville, SC, is proudly among the top 1% of Kindermusik programs worldwide.

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