lullaby

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lullaby

1. a quiet song to lull a child to sleep
2. the music for such a song
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On This Beautiful Island shows young readers what it was like to live in a vibrant natural land five hundred years ago, and experience the wonders of nature from the soft lullabye of the ocean humming inside a shell to the fresh breeze whisking through the treetops to the song of a tiny frog no bigger than a thumb.
The songs include Lullabye In Ragtime, The World Is Waiting Fo R The Sunrise and the song with which he concluded his last two Liverpool concerts, I'll See You In My Dreams.
If Oasis were American they'd probably sound like Stewboss, whose Sweet Lullabye is a red rag to my bull.
The only discordant adult note in this lullabye is struck by the handsome couple who've hit the sheets for E*Trade.
The JAZZ Power CD features the following tracks and artists: Take The A Train - Buddy Rich; Limelight - Gerry Mulligan; Chicago - Earl "Fata" Hines; Prelude To A Kiss - Teddy Wilson; What's New - McCoy Tyner; Lullabye Of Birdland - Dexter Gordon; Off Minor - Thelonius Monk;
The album opens with Zuni Sunrise Song and closes with Red Willow Lullabye.
Goodnight, My Angel: A Lullabye is named after a song Joel wrote for his daughter Alexa on his latest album River of Dreams.
This was but one item in an appropriately British-dominated menu, highlights among which were Roger Quilter's Non nobis, Domine, as quintessentially English a gem as you could wish, Byrd's Ave verum corpus, brilliantly demonstrating BFCS' versatility in a range of styles, and a radiant reading of Peter Maxwell Davies' Lullabye for Lucy.
One track, though, entitled Mrs Potter's Lullabye, deals with his habit of dating Hollywood's leading women and is rumoured to be about his relationship with Monica Potter, who appeared in Patch Adams.