Introduce a little classical music that washes your children with happiness. One piece from Franz Joseph Haydn’s “Surprise Symphony” (No. 94 in G) may sound familiar to you and your children, which makes listening to it even more fun.
Part of the happiness comes from Haydn’s surprise sounds written in this piece. Some of it is that music from the classical era, which includes Haydn, Mozart, and some Beethoven, is easy listening. Its symmetrical structure feels comfortable, the harmonies agree with the ear, and the rhythm feels as regular as a pulse.
Symmetrical, harmony, rhythmic–all good elements for happy parents and children.