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Babycenter.com: Before you hear the sounds of your baby's coos (or cries), you fill your head with other sounds — and some of you have been surprised to find that your musical taste changed after you got pregnant. The music you preferred was as diverse as you were, and most people had more than one favorite. Many of you, however, gravitated toward music that calmed you when you were agitated or that made you smile. Here are your top picks.
1. Classical music
"Starting from the fifth month of my pregnancy, I listened to Mozart and Tchaikovsky. I could definitely feel my baby's responses as the music played. Now he is 14 months old and I can say the rhythms of Mozart are his favorite: He has a big smile on his face as he hears Mozart's piano and violin concertos." — Irem
"A friend gave me Mozart for Mothers-to-Be early in my pregnancy and it has been a lifesaver in the car, especially during rush hour. I also enjoy pretty much anything by Indigo Girls and Shawn Colvin, since I can sing along and harmonize — which I also find relaxing." — Robin
"I listened to Vivaldi's The Four Seasons with the lead on flute instead of violin, and also Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald, during my first pregnancy and labor. My son loves to listen to jazz, and we have a great nighttime CD called Jazz-a-Byethat's part of his good-night ritual. I'm listening to the same things with my second pregnancy and plan to have them in the labor room again. Another great nighttime CD is Til Their Eyes Shine with various artists including Carole King, Emmylou Harris, Mary Chapin Carpenter — excellent to relax mom and baby! I got it as a gift and it's one of the gifts I give new moms now!" — NCF
"Since my husband and I are relatively young (I'm 24 and he's 31), we listened to a lot of Top 40 before I got pregnant. But ever since I've been pregnant, the only thing that I can even tolerate is classical. We both had a great appreciation for it beforehand, but now it's the only thing I can listen to, especially in the car. It keeps me calm and my temper under control!" — Heather
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Relaxation Classical Music | 1 Hour Meditation with Candle Light: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBexfl0KS98
Great Classical Music 60 Minutes Playlist | Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Bach: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CP9JSRdZWKU
Johann Strauss - The Blue Danube Waltz (60 Minutes Version): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bL4LfCxFdyA
Tchaikovsky - Waltz of the Flowers (60 Minutes Version): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pw9uKq_7SBQ
Ludwig van Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata | Piano Sonata No. 14: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQxXPbjG38k
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