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1. Oh Bibbele Babbele
2. Max Krachmach
3. Children of the Light
4. Guten Morgen
5. En Ten Tini
6. A la Claire Fontaine
7. Hallo, BÄR
8. Mamas Mamancho
9. Toutoule
10. Elefantentanz
11. Wir Wollen Uns Versöhnen
12. Der Friend, la Paix, Peace

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Whole generations have grown up with the inspiration of Dorothée Kreusch-Jacob. Many would have said music instead of inspiration, since that is the actual profession of the renowned writer, music educator, concert pianist and songwriter. A basis for his personality formation as well as intelligence development, a protective cloak against many a physical as well as psychological stress of life, in-separably connected with movement and language. Today, these are all scientific findings that Dorothée Kreusch-Jacob has been anticipating in practice since the 1970s. But as much as music has been and continues to be the focus of her many and award-winning books, records and CDs, it also goes beyond that. In her holistic thinking, music is an integral, but just one part of the human play instinct. A basis for his personality formation as well as intelligence development, a protective cloak against many a physical as well as psychological stress of life, in-separably connected with movement and language. Today, these are all scientific findings that Dorothée Kreusch-Jacob has been anticipating in practice since the 1970s. Dorothée Kreusch-Jacob's work and it's great success is based on several insights. First, that there are no unmusical human children. Neither people nor children: Rhythm is already in everyone through the heartbeat, and singing is a natural, liberating language. On the other hand, that one should not underestimate children and serve them slimmed-down "child-friendly" music. Really good music for children also appeals to adults. This is probably the key to Dorothée Kreusch-Jacob's books and CDs being so long-lived in so many families and passed on from generation to generation, and many of her several hundred songs being sung up and down in families and kindergartens.