Welcome to Baby Cello, the award-winning CD which calms you and your baby when you most need it to, yet captivates listeners when in a receptive mood. Explore Baby Cello by playing sound samples from its 16 tracks and reading what people are saying about it.
Baby Cello has been honoured with a coveted "iParenting Media Award". iParenting Media is ISO certified—an internationally recognized standard of quality—and the company states: "The end result of our screening process is a list of award-winning products which families can feel confident in purchasing for their loved ones." One iParenting Media Awards reviewer commented: "The music is beautiful! The richness of the cellos is wonderfully soothing for my baby. We listened to it every night while nursing and falling asleep."
Baby Cello has received other plaudits: "The effortless sound of the cello orchestra evokes a sense of well-being in the listener and speaks directly to one's heart," writes Dr Sierra Stokes-Stearns, Music Therapist and Fellow of the Association of Music and Imagery. "The resonant, nurturing sound of twenty-four cellos supports baby in this recording's musical journey through the many moods of life," comments Chris Boyd Brewer, author of Rhythms of Learning. "I recommend Baby Cello for parents and babies alike. It has the ability to uplift as well as soothe," says James E. Fragetta, pediatrician, Baltimore.
"I absolutely adore this CD. I am listening to it now to relax while I do my homework. I listen to it in the bath, on my busy train commute and in any moment where I feel I need to chill out completely. Also works wonders with my friend's children (as well as 30 year old women like myself!). This has to be one of the most played CDs in my collection! An absolute must for every household." - Kerina Patton
|The Swan |
|Ave Maria |
|Black Orpheus (Manhã de Carnaval) |
|The Dove (La Paloma) |
|Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy |
|El Condor Pasa |
|Begin the Beguine |
|A Child's Folksong (Modinha) |
|Farewell to Cuba |
|Songs My Mother Taught Me |
Guest track: The London Violin Orchestra
|Blessing (Kiddush) |
Guest track: The London Viola Orchestra
|Satin Doll |
Guest track: The London Double Bass Orchestra
|The Girl from Ipanema |
|Coventry Fantasy |