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Soothing Sounds for Baby Volume 1 - Raymond Scott

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    Soothing Sounds for Baby (1964) is a three-volume set of ambient electronic music by American composer, musician, and inventor Raymond Scott. Scott originally intended to lull infants to sleep with the music, but later generations have found value in the music for its minimalist aspects, often comparing it to the works of Brian Eno, Kraftwerk and Tangerine Dream despite having predated such artists by more than a decade. Originally released in collaboration with the Gesell Institute of Human Development,[1] the volumes are split up into three age groups: Volume 1 is 1 to 6 months; Volume 2 is 6 to 12 months; and Volume 3 is 12 to 18 months. The music gets more complex with each volume. Scott created much of the music on the albums with instruments he created, such as the Electronium and the Clavivox. Soothing Sounds for Baby, Vol. 1: 1 to 6 Months album for sale by Raymond Scott was released Dec 01, 1997 on the Basta label. Raymond Scott's work is known today primarily because of the groundbreaking and friendly music that he recorded in the '30s and '40s. Soothing Sounds for Baby, Vol. 1: 1 to 6 Months buy CD music Due to a resurgence of interest in Scott during the '90s, many more facets of his work have again become widely available. Soothing Sounds for Baby, Vol. 1: 1 to 6 Months songs Recorded around 1962, the pioneering electronic music on this set was originally part of a three-volume series released in conjunction with the Gesell Institute of Child Development. Soothing Sounds for Baby, Vol. 1: 1 to 6 Months album for sale This first volume is intended for infants from one to six months of age. Soothing Sounds for Baby, Vol. 1: 1 to 6 Months CD music contains a single disc with 5 songs. This set's five pieces are all soothing, and have gentle surprises that never stray far from each song's tonic center. Soothing Sounds for Baby, Vol. 1: 1 to 6 Months buy CD music The disc is the sonic equivalent of a sun-dappled mobile hanging from a ceiling over a baby's crib, as it slowly dips and turns. Out-of-print for decades, this music can now be seen as a forerunner to Brian Eno's work, specifically his ambient releases.
    Track Listings:
    Side A
    1. Lullaby
    2. Sleepy Time

    Side B
    1. The Music Box
    2. Nursery Rhyme
    3. Tic Toc
    Total Time: 38:00
    Artist Name(s):
    Raymond Scott - Clavivox, Electronium
    Producer(s):
    Sonny Lester
    Release Year: 1964
    Style:
    Experimental, Soundtrack
    Album Type:
    Studio
    Formats:
    LP 33 1/3
    Liscense:
    Copyright
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    Epic
    Catalog Number(s):
    LN 24083
    Location:
    New York City, NY USA
    Sources
    Editions / Reissues
    1. 1964 - LP - Epic LN 24083- USA
    2. 1997 - CD - Basta 9064 - USA
    Synthesizers Used
    Clavivox (1956)
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