Lullabies are usually quiet, gentle songs in three-quarter time at a tempo of around 60 beats per minute. Through entrainment, the lub-dub rhythm of the heart is slowed to a restful 60 beats per minute, thereby inducing sleep. It is recommended that you listen to these one at a time or listen to one multiple times in order to achieve the intended physical effect.
Soothing Refrains by Glenn E. Smith
“Quiet Piper,” from Music for a Peaceful World (1989) by Glenn E. Smith, V.14, Track 4 of 13
“Meadows,” from Themes (1987) by Glenn E. Smith, V.19, Track 1
“Lullaby (Peacefully We Sleep),” from Themes (1987) by Glenn E. Smith, V.19, Track 11
“Heartsong” from Locokoto, (1988-94) by Glenn E. Smith, V.28, Track 4 of 7. Genre: Electronic
“Etherial Spring” from Music for a Peaceful World (1989) by Glenn E. Smith, V. 14. Track 9 of 13