Predominantly Piano Music for New Family Member...


Just became a great-grandparent and looking for predominantly piano instrumentals with a “Classicy” air about them that you’d imagine would make an infant smile to hear and that have good SQ at low to low/moderate volume.  This will help me compile a Tidal playlist of which I’ve only two entries thus far - “Lullaby” by Alicia Zizzo and Beethoven: Piano Trio No.1 in E Flat Major, Op. 1, No. 1, - I Allegro (Beethoven Trios, Daniel Barenboim/2020)
This will be a learning experience for this jazz/popular inclined grandpa as well as for the little one!
Thanks in advance...
lg1
Piano Concerto No. 1 (Bartók)
Debussy -- Clair de Lune. Reflets dans l'eau. Deux Arabesques 1 & 2.  Gentle, beautiful, accessible.
Piano is one of the hardest instruments to reproduce accurately.


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+1 Clair de Lune, the sooner they hear Styx the better! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sZ749y2dZU
Sunny or Sunny Breeze .
Lovely sentiment and congratulations. Sorry you have gotten few serious responses. Mozart’s solo piano works should definitely be on your list. Just about any of them; but, earlier ones, composed when he was himself a child may resonate especially. You may find this of help:

https://www.wqxr.org/story/mozart-solo-pianist-part-1/

And for both the little one and a Jazz inclined grandpa, Chick Corea’s “Children’s Songs” are lovely pieces with much more depth than meets the ear at first:

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_lVpu7PVEUoTtBr_9Wc9RH-6l_Q1waXoq4

And, of course:

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjb5kMzP2zomz-fvIiD5XpY-QR0IrWwWn