Many of us can remember fondly those times when our mothers soothed us to sleep with a familiar song or two. Now, as adults, we often find ourselves in need of a soothing bedtime lullaby for our own little ones, but sometimes the name or even the lyrics elude us.
Our free Lullaby android application contain following songs:
- Lullaby F.Schubert (classical music)
- Lullaby F.Mendelssohn
- Lullaby J.Brahms
- Sleep my little Prince W.Mozart
- Lullaby G.Bizet
- Lullaby N.Rimsky-Korsakov
- O mio babbino caro G.Puccini
- Lullaby P.Tchaikovsky
- Lullaby D.Trk
- Evening star R.Schumann
- Lullaby A.Lyadov
- Sweet dreams P.Tchaikovsky
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No matter where on the planet or in what year you were born, your mother sang you a lullaby before putting you to sleep. Lullabies have existed throughout human history and some of the ones we sing to this day are hundreds of years old. Although no one is certain, it is believed that the name lullabies comes from the lull-ing and by-ing sounds one makes to help a baby fall asleep. Others believe the term comes from a Hebrew phrase, Lilith-Abi meaning Lilith begone. Lilith is a folkloric character who was believed to steal children in the night and these incantations were sounded to keep her away.
Here are some popular lullabies and their origins
A lullaby is a soothing piece of music, usually played or sung to young children. The purposes of lullabies vary. In some societies they are used to pass down cultural knowledge or tradition. In addition, lullabies are often used for the developing of communication skills, indication of emotional intent, maintenance of infants' undivided attention, modulation of infants' arousal, and regulation of behavior. Perhaps one of the most important uses of lullabies is as a sleep aid for infants.