lullaby


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cradlesong

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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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Having enchanted children and adults alike with her soothing vocals for the past seven years, Kaya released her eighth album, "Nanni," the first contemporary lullaby collection in the Laz and Mingrelian languages, at the end of June.
Thematic variation in lullaby poems can be considerable, causing an underlying gentle, peaceful mood to change drastically as the words move away from the idea of sleep and pleasant dreams to other topics appealing to young children.
The profound words and tune of the traditional lullaby Hush, little baby reflect how this gives the message that the mother understands completely how the infant must be feeling, and that it will be alright as she is going to remain with them.
Similarly, in Lullaby, there are moments when the struggling women almost collapse into the room's fireplace, which, in the context of this exhibition, seems to connect the video with the older photo series.
16) Lullaby singing is 'naturally' embedded in the social role of women as mothers and therefore has been afforded little importance within the higher order of 'culture'.
While the lullaby is a murder instrument creating silence and isolation, emptying the world of discordant messages and their overbearing senders, the salvation journey is a trip that takes lonely people and brings them "back into a form of community [.
In the letter obtained by Ha'aretz, Shemer told composer Gil Aldema that she had used the Basque lullaby unwittingly and that when she realized what she had done, she panicked.
The recently released bluesy 23rd Street Lullaby is a meditation on youth and its follies.
Several studies have examined the effects that lullaby singing has on infants, their sleep patterns, and motherinfant bonding.
Carl Streator, a reporter doing a routine series on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, stumbles across an anthologized lullaby that's really an ancient African "culling song.
NEW YORK-Top home textiles mills like WestPoint Stevens are seriously committed to the infant bedding market, with WestPoint planning to show its two infant lines -- Lullaby Dreams and Baby Martex -- at the JPMA (Juvenile Products Manufacturers' Association) Show in October.
Bromberg didn't know that Henry had the disease when she began, but as she figured it out she helped the dancer create his own swan song--dying swans are thought to sing--called Singing Myself a Lullaby.
To celebrate the beautiful lullaby ritual, Jennifer Hudson has teamed with Pampers to record an original rendition of the bedtime classic "Lullaby and Goodnight" - exclusively available for free download on Pampers Facebook.
Whenever I would read them [Jhanvi and Khushi] a bedtime story, they'd never sleep, but when I would sing them a lullaby, they'd immediately fall asleep as I have a bad voice and they wouldn't want me to sing any further," Sridevi said in a statement.
Gentle rhyming couplets describe the animals of Lullaby Farm as they prepare for sleep.