Each lullaby creates a gentle realm of tranquility for your baby and you. Inspired by Chopin, Brahms and folk tunes of the composer's Irish heritage, they combine piano, strings and woodwinds to evoke a peaceful atmosphere for napping, bedtime or just relaxing. Current research has proven that playing soothing music helps people of all ages get better, more sound sleep. While singing is the traditional way to calm a restless child, it has been found that when unfamiliar voices sang to them, they became restless and wakeful. The most effective method was always the mother's voice or gentle instrumental music. When the instrumental music is composed for and integrated into lullaby form (which mimics the resting heartbeat), the combination is extremely pleasant and soothing. Next to mother's sweet pipes, instrumental lullabies would be the most suitable choice for baby's dream time. What people say: 'These compositions will transport you to a forgotten land of tranquility and peace.' -Piper A. Walsh, PhD - Clinical Psychologist 'This is an extremely well written group of songs that make perfect music for healing, yoga, and meditation.' -Tara Kilgallen, Director of The Tushita Heaven Yoga Progam 'These Lullabies weave a gentle path to the calm, balanced 'Center of your Soul' where worries dissolve...naturally.' -John Fritz, Director, Healing Arts Institute of Juno Beach, Florida 'These original lullabies are beautiful, soothing and relaxing to body and soul." -Rosalind Sedacca, CCT Parenting Author and Mom About the composer: Patrice Cosier has a Master's Degree in Music and 30 years experience as a music educator, performer and movement specialist. She taught K-8 music in Florida and California, and was a professor of music history and appreciation. She is certified in Orff Shulwerk, Yamaha Keyboard Methods and Feng Shui. Noted for her experience in music and movement therapy, she has blended lullaby style and form with modern relaxation techniques in these uniquely beautiful compositions. 'I composed the lullabies on "Good Night Lullabies" for my grandchildren. Drawing upon my experience as a young mother who enjoyed playing music for my son for his nap and/or bedtime, I endeavored, on some level, to recreate a similar atmosphere for his children. It has been a blessed experience to have held and rocked my grandchildren to sleep while listening to the lullabies I recorded just for them. And to my exquisite satisfaction and joy, they fell asleep peacefully every time.' -Patrice Cosier.