孕妇的古典乐／ULTRASOUND MUSIC FOR THE UNBORN CHILD
V.A. / UltraSound: Music for the Unborn Child
进口专辑 / CD / 1 片装
发行公司： BMG [发行商品]
产品制造地： 欧美 .
发行类型： 乐团 . 管弦乐 . 古典 . CD .
by Pater Ignotus
Whilst searching for renditions of Debussy's "Reverie" I discovered this lovely version. The album title was just as poignant: in our time unborn children somehow enjoy enough value that musical compilations are dedicated to them, that the women who carry them should think of their artistic development at this crucial stage.
ULTRASOUND music blast for the unborn
January 30, 2012 by Tjebbe van Tijen
”Ultrasone geluiden kunnen mannen onvruchtbaar maken” (Utrasone sound can make men infertile) is a belated news article in a Dutch daily today, as the news item dates back to the year 2010. The research is financed by the Bill Gates foundation with the idea that it might be a tool to make men temporarily infertile for 6 month or so by directing ultrasound to their scrotum. A research till now on rats in labs, but we know that lots of people like to experiment with the sound limits and pleasures of their bodies in the laboratory of the discotheque.
Ultrasound scan are a must nowadays, no pregnancy without a video-photograph of the unborn, though recently unnecessary fun scans for inpatient parents are under debate. There is even a CD (UltraSound – Music for the Unborn Child) to let your child listen to music before it is born still on sale at Amazon with Debussy, Bach, Schubert and Chopin… The news item made me think, how come that ultrasound is used so often and even propagated on the one hand, while on the other it restricts and even stops male sperm production and may harm the fetus.
NaturalNews.com US web site did have the same question two years ago and tries to come up with some answers… and doubts. http://www.naturalnews.com/028853_ultrasound_fetus.html My tableau fuses the CD cover with spermatozoids fleeing the ultrasound.
If my association of ultrasound in discotheques and other spaces with ultra loud music for leisure with bodily harm and specifically fertility and unborn babies, has any ground in science, I could not yet find out. The association remains, nevertheless.
In a visual narrative scroll “Orbis Digitalium Pictus” I made a few years ago for an international theatre science congress ‘Orbis Pictus – Theatrum Mundi’ there is a small section on ultrasound, a way of visualisation known to me also directly in circumstances that were properly diagnostic. Likewise I have had the “pleasure” to be examined with such a sonar device as well, because ultrasound certainly is not just a ladies thing. In its origin it comes from industrial testing of materials and has had over half a century now of being applied in medicine.
Genres: Classical, Music
Released: Apr 07, 1999
℗ 1999, BMG Entertainment
Audio CD (April 13, 1999)
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Sony Classical
Run Time: 76 minutes
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
5.0 out of 5 starsIntelligent music for baby...
By Aileen Lagcao-Diaz on December 28, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I bought this CD when I was 4 months pregnant with my first baby, Irene. From that time on, every single day, I would religiously listen to the music and let my baby listen to it, too(through earphones taped to my tummy.) Now that Irene is 4 months old, we both still listen to it frequently, and her response to the music is as if she knows the songs by heart! I believe it has also made my child more attentive and intelligent as a baby, even as a newborn. I love this CD, and will treasure it as one best purchases I made for my daughter and for myself.
Leontyne Price Soprano (Vocal)
André Previn Piano
James Galway Flute,Conductor
National Philharmonic Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Emily Mitchell Harp
Boston Symphony Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Leonard Slatkin Conductor
Vladimir Spivakov Violin,Conductor
Boston Pops Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Charles Gerhardt Conductor
St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys Choir, Chorus
Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Alicia de Larrocha Piano
Marisa Robles Harp
William Lee Self Choir Master
Erich Leinsdorf Conductor
Chamber Orchestra of Europe Performing Ensemble
Andrew Litton Conductor
Gerhard Oppitz Piano
RCA Italiana Opera Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Moscow Virtuosi Ensemble
George Decker Organ
Alexander Brailowsky Piano
Philharmonia Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Anne Akiko Meyers Violin
William Self Choir Master
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Composer
Alan Hovhaness Composer
Claude Debussy Composer
Kathleen Finnegan Liner Notes
Jon M. Samuels Reissue Producer
RCA Italiana Opera Chorus Cable Engineer
01. Mozart - Soave sia il vento
02. Coulter - Lament for the Wild Geese
03. Saint-Saens - The Swan
04. Beethoven - Ad agio sostenuto I. Moonlight sonata
05. Gaubert - Madrigal
06. Overton-Traditional - Danny Boy
07. Boccherini - Adagio
08. Bach - Wachet auf
09. Faure - Sicilienne
10. Beethoven - Fur Elise
11. Faure - Berceuse
12. Rota - Pavana
13. Albinoni - Adagio
14. Satie - Gymnopedie No.1
15. Faure - Pavane Op.50
16. Vivaldi - Largo from concerto in D major for Lute, 2 violins and continuo
17. Pachelbel - Canon in D for Strings and Continuo
18. Bach - Jesu, Joy of Man,s Desiring