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Synonyms for berceuse

a quiet song intended to lull a child to sleep

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La berceuse como genero musical es una cancion tranquila en compas ternario, que en sus origenes estaba hecha para dormir a los ninos.
Lullabies, or berceuse, a French word which means "cradle song," is believed to have emerged from the 19th century.
Finally, Stephen Hough celebrates the Chopin centenary with a collection of late masterpieces, the Barcarolle and Berceuse, some Mazurkas and Nocturnes and the centre piece is the 3rd Sonata.
It differs from the estimate of personal income in the national income and product accounts berceuse of differences in coverage, in the methodologies used to prepare the estimates, and in the timing of the availability of source data.
Things begin with the more familiar material, La Mer, Three Nocturnes, and Prelude a l'apres-midi d'un faune on disc one, along with Berceuse heroique and Musiques pour Le Roi Lear.
Drawing back from the creature he has made, his narrator's sense of alienation is only intensified as he turns and offers it to his wife with the hope that her (to him) more 'natural' realm of creativity might redeem it: 'O la berceuse, avec ta fille et l'innocence De vos pieds froids, accueille une horrible naissance' (Pleiade I, p.
For in the scene in which Ennis embraces Jack from behind and rocks him in his arms (a heart-rending flashback to the mountain at the end of film and story alike), one is reminded of the moment in Swan Lake when Siegfried folds Odette in his arms, and rocks her back and forth, infusing their passion with all the tenderness of a berceuse.
Lullaby Berceuse story and songs by Connie Kaldor and Carmen Campagne illustrated by Brian Deines (La Montagne Secrete)
Offering a tracklist of All Through The Night (3:36), Prairie Lullaby (2:50), Lullaby, Lullaby (3:12), I Have You (2:31), Dream Baby L'elefant des Reves (4:35), I've Been Told (1:17), Hushaby (3:12), Bonne nuit (2:36), La poulette grise (2:44), Petit bebe (2:25), Maman fait dodo (3:38), Berceuse pour Emanuel Reuben James (2:06), and Isabeau (2:18), Lullaby Berceuse carries its young listeners and readers swiftly through a soothing collection to a quick and silent sleep.
Next, it was over the border to France and Faure's Berceuse from Dolly Suite No 1.
The defendant in the suit, Montreal publisher Barthelemy Hubert, was ordered to halt distribution of his edition of Mary's 1892 novel, Tante berceuse.
Berceuse, a duet for Sandra Brown and John Welker set to the music of Benjamin Godard, includes sweeping, luxurious lifts.
Highly recommended la Tete's version of Drume Negrita, marvelously combined in the background with her progenitor's Berceuse Campesina, a composition that united Cuba's guajira melodies and Afro rhythms many moons ego in a rather unprecedented manner.
In October, 1895, the Berlin Philharmonic was scheduled to perform in Vienna; when Julius Epstein, the featured pianist, fell ill, Puchel arranged for Anna to take his place, and after the monumental program of Beethoven's C major Concerto, a set of Rameau variations, the Weber-Lizst Pollacca, and a Chopin group consisting of the Berceuse, the E flat Nocturne, and the E minor Waltz, the girl prodigy left Vienna gasping for air.