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Rachel Buchman
Baby and Me
Playsongs and Lullabies to Share with Your Baby

This recording is for infants and for the intimate moments of cuddling, playing with, and soothing your baby.
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Includes:

Bears Dance ‘Round My Head
This Little Cow    Listen
Baby Exercise Song   Listen
Bonkie Tickie Bounce
Sister, Brother, Will You Feed Me?
No More Crying
Round and Round The Garden
Pat-A-Little, Rub-A-Little
      (a burping song)
Clap Hands
Hush Little Baby
Where Do The Animals Go When It Rains?
Bye-O-Bye
The Turning Over Song  Listen
O, Maybe!  Listen
Baby Swing
Don’t You Worry, Babe  Listen
My Baby Is...
Don’t Fall Asleep
It’s Time To Go To Sleep

Another great recording by Rachel Buchman

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Photo By Susan Wilson
Rachel Buchman has sung at New York's Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors Festival, the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., for Da Camera of Houston, and in many other cities.

As a voice-over artist you can hear Miss Buchman regularly on radio, television, anime, and film.

In 2007 she wrote and performed an original introduction for Dukas’ The Sorcerer’s Apprentice. Other young people’s concerts include Benjamin Britten’s A Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra (2004), Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf (2005) and an entirely original narration for Ravel’s Mother Goose Suite (Ma Mère l’Oye) in 2006, in collaboration with Canadian conductor, Daniel Myssyk. She has prepared education programs for the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra.

Miss Buchman has taught music to young people, from toddlers to doctoral students, of every social and ethnic background, across the United States, in Germany, England and Israel.
She has presented teacher workshops nationwide for the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Houston Grand Opera, Project Grad, Young Audiences, the Children's Museum of Houston, the Bureau of Jewish Education, and other organizations. She has intermittently worked with the neurologist, Dr. Ron Tintner, on researching the high level of musical intuitiveness found in young children, as well as the positive effects that making music and moving to music have on the brain.

 

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