Classical Music Serves As A Welcoming Transition

What better way is there to welcome a brand new, fellow human being into the world than with the resonance of beautiful and temporal classical music? Numerous studies have proven time and time again that classical music is capable of providing the most calming of all environments - not only in the workplace or in schools, but also in the home and nurseries across the nation. The curious aspect of this phenomenon of course, is why.

From soft slow melodies gently pouring from a violin solo - to upbeat tempos played by a simple stringed quartet, the human heart naturally beats in rhythmic harmony with each note, each pause, and each vibrato of this musical genre. To the newborn, these classical rhythms simulate the rhythmic beat of mother's and father's heart, while the synthesis of stringed instruments emulate the partnership between mother and father - bonding as one - effectively validating the birth of this music's youngest audience.

Classical music is on one hand, a manifestation of mathematics - a series of numbers arranged in such a way that manipulates the physics of our environment to a state that's comforting through prediction and repetition. With regular use, it will ultimately generate familiarity within the environment with calm and validating trust. On the other hand, classical music is an arrangement of fun, playful and creative melodies - an inviting playground for the imagination of a newborn to flow from past ethereal experiences to a new world physical sights and sounds.