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OWN VERSIONS
FAMOUS BERCEUSE
BROADWAY
BABY
ENGLISH SPEAKERS
TUSCANY
MAIN THEME
FIRST STANZA
GERSHWIN
SPECIFIC NAME
AUTHOR
CHILDREN
WRITTEN
SLEEP
SPEARMINT
BRAHMS
SONG
FIRST HIT
LULLABIES
GOOD NIGHT
CLASSICAL COMPOSERS
BIRDLAND
LULLABY
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. A lullaby is a soothing song, usually sung to children before they go to sleep, with the intention of speeding that process.
  2. Lullaby is a horror - satire novel by American author Chuck Palahniuk, published in 2002.
  3. The lullaby is based on a sad story.
  4. This lullaby is a short and sensual stuff.
  5. In Tamil (a language of southern India and northern Sri Lanka), a lullaby is called a thaalattu (thal means "tongue").

Own Versions

  1. Asia has its own versions of the lullaby as well.

Famous Berceuse

  1. Perhaps the most famous berceuse of all time (though it is called a lullaby) is Brahms' song Wiegenlied.

Broadway

  1. In 1935, he had two more number ones as part of the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra: "Lullaby of Broadway" and "Chasing Shadows".

Baby

  1. Halí, dítě (Hullee, baby) This lullaby was collected by František Bartoš (1837-1906), pedagogue and ethnographer who collected Moravian songs.

English Speakers

  1. The lines of this lullaby are familiar to English speakers as a nursery rhyme.

Tuscany

  1. This is a lullaby from Tuscany and naming a baby “little chicken legs” is an example of the great sense of humour of people from this region.
  2. This is a lullaby from Tuscany and shows an initial exuberant tone followed by the sweeter pace of the cradle song.

Main Theme

  1. The main theme of a lullaby is the love for the child.

First Stanza

  1. Dandini Dandini Dastana (Dandini Dandini Dastana) The first stanza of this lullaby is very well known by almost everyone in Turkey.

Gershwin

  1. A study in harmony that Gershwin composed as an exercise for Kilenyi, Lullaby 's delicate beauty transcends its academic origins.

Specific Name

  1. This lullaby uses a specific name of the child, Janíček, a familiar form of the very common male name Jan.

Author

  1. The author of this lullaby isn't certainly known.

Children

  1. Another famous lullaby is "All the Pretty Little Horses" which many children simply know by the first three words of the lyrics: "Hush a bye".

Written

  1. Jeg vil tælle stjernerne (I will Count the Stars) This lullaby was written in 1951 by the Danish poet and writer, Halfdan Rasmussen (1915-2002).

Sleep

  1. A lullaby is a soothing song, usually sung to children before they go to sleep.
  2. During the dance a Local singer breaks into an Idudu or lullaby to put the baby to sleep.

Spearmint

  1. A comforting blend of chamomile and spearmint creates a lullaby to soothe your senses.

Brahms

  1. This last was written (to a folk text) to celebrate the birth of a son to Brahms' friend Bertha Faber and is universally known as Brahms' Lullaby.
  2. The most famous berceuse of all is Johannes Brahms' lied Wiegenlied (cradle song), called Brahms' Lullaby in English.

Song

  1. Irish lullabies 'Lullaby' aka Suan (song), this lullaby also known as SUAN in the Irish language was written by Irish songwriter, Liz Madden.
  2. If Jon Randall's legacy to music were to be only one song, then the gift of Whiskey Lullaby is quite something to leave behind.

First Hit

  1. His first hit, "Bo Diddley" was based on the lullaby "Hush Little Baby".

Lullabies

  1. In 2005, Lanegan would release his last album with Queens of the Stone Age entitled Lullabies to Paralyze where he sang lead vocals on " This Lullaby ".

Good Night

  1. Lullaby and good night, thy mother's delight.

Classical Composers

  1. Lullabies written by established classical composers are sometimes called Berceuse, which is a French word for lullaby, or cradle song.
  2. Lullabies written by established classical composers are often given the form-name berceuse, which is a French word for lullaby, or cradle song.
  3. Lullabies written by established classical composers are often given the form-name berceuse, which is French for lullaby, or cradle song.

Birdland

  1. He has written over 300 compositions, including the classic Lullaby of Birdland, which has become a jazz standard.
  2. His compositions have been recorded by everyone from Sarah Vaughan to Miles Davis, and his best known pieces include Lullaby of Birdland, She and Conception.

Lullaby

  1. External links Look up lullaby or berceuse in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
  2. Three years later, George Shearing wrote " Lullaby of Birdland," which was named for both Parker and the nightclub.
  3. Brahms wrote his " Lullaby " originally for a young singer whom he knew, Bertha Faber, on the occasion of the birth of her second son.

Categories

  1. Birdland
  2. Culture > Arts > Music > George Shearing
  3. Nightclub
  4. Arts > Music > Composers > Classical Composers
  5. Good Night
  6. Books about "Lullaby" in Amazon.com

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