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I play him a whole lot of instrumental lullabies and he likes some softer classical music too. There is this one video on you tube that says Lullaby - Fisher price and it runs for 2 hours. It knocks him out in the first 5 minutes.
We do play music for Anna at bedtime. It's a fairly long lullaby CD, and I restart it each time she wakes up to eat. We did the same for Grace. Grace still likes to have songs at bedtime (we rock and sing a few songs).
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I play the music on the PnP at bedtime. During the day, I play my ipod. He likes Mumford & Sons. I also have a Pandora station that plays mostly The Beatles & Iz. I used to play an Iz CD for Brooklyn. His music has worked like magic for both of my kids. Love it!
I used to play classical music to my baby and it helped him get to sleep quite well. The one thing to be wary of is if your baby develops a habit and ends up needing music or something else to get to sleep. Self soothing is one of the most important aspects a baby needs to learn.