We recommend…music

Studies have shown that music has plenty of benefits: it heals, stimulates, relaxes and develops the mathematical thinking and perspicacity especially in children with ages between 1 to 10 years. However, its effects also extend upon babies.
The latest study developed and published by the Descartes University has proven that the babies can relax or even cheer up when listening to a known song. Fifty pregnant women were included in the study led by Psychobiologist Carolyn Granier-Deferre of the Paris Descartes University, and were asked to listen to a descending piano melody twice a day for a period of three weeks before birth. After one month from the birth, the same babies were tested for responses to the same melody. The scientists noted that the babies’ heart rates slowed down considerably and their muscles relaxed.
Another effect of music on babies is the Mozart effect. The French physicist, Alfred Tomatis, proved that the prenatal exposure to Mozart music increases concentration, creativity and memory of the future child.
Classical and instrumental music may bring more benefits than modern music, according to experts.
We highly recommend:
The piano concerto no. 5 in E-flat major, by Beethoven;
“Ode to Joy” by Beethoven;
“Brandenburg Concerti” by Bach;
“Pilgrim’s Chorus” by Wagner;
“Bolero” by Ravel;
Sonata for flute and harp, by Chopin;
“Clair de Lune” by Debussy;
Nocturnes, by Chopin;
“The Sleeping Beauty” Overture, by Tchaikovsky;
“Ave Maria” by Schubert;
“The Swan Lake” Overture by Tchaikovsky;
 “Don Juan” by Mozart;
“The Pastoral” by Beethoven;
“Aida” by Verdi.