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a quiet song intended to lull a child to sleep

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the act of singing a quiet song to lull a child to sleep

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But Three Lullabies is not only an example of sympathetic piano writing, it is two-piano chamber music in the best sense of the term.
We're excited to introduce this latest model to our award-winning lineup to provide parents with pan and tilt functionality for a more complete view of an entire nursery, as well as the ability to personalize the camera like nothing else on the market with their own favorite lullabies and stories.
Create playlists, shuffle lullabies or choose one well-loved song to play on repeat
An album like this needed to be made, but in my opinion only a person closely affiliated with Laz traditions, as well as being familiar with the West, could write these lullabies and recite them from the heart," she explained.
Brace yourselves for riotous dance tunes, traditional carols and old English lullabies, as well as what is billed as the 'ravishing sounds of vielles, harps, voices and bells'.
Creighton's research looks into how play songs and lullabies help mothers and babies develop a bond by measuring their heart rates and observing their behaviour.
James Rhodes - Bullets & Lullabies Before its physical release James Rhodes's second album Bullets & Lullabies shot to the top of the iTunes classical chart.
SINGING lullabies to your unborn baby is the best way for expectant mums to relax, a study has revealed.
99, includes four looping video clips: two classical music lullabies (Bach's 'Opus 55' and the 'Waterfall Lullaby') and two traditional nursery rhyme songs ('Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star' and 'Row, Row, Row Your Boat'), which are put to colourful toys and nature.
Many cultures feature children's songs, lullabies and verses that are passed down by oral tradition from one generation to the next, either from parent to child or from older children to younger children.
Generations of mothers have used music in the form of lullabies to soothe, quiet and enliven their infants.
VARIOUS The ABC Book of Lullabies ABC, 2008 unpaged $24.
TRADITIONAL lullabies have been ditched for pop music to help babies sleep.