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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With a focus on lullabies from Cyprus, Greece and Asia Minor, the band Trio Nero will perform at Ibrahim's Khan in Paphos on August 25 as part of the European Capital of Culture -- Pafos2017 events.
Veteran actress Sridevi, who will next be seen in upcoming film Mom , says her daughters - Jhanvi and Khushi - never liked her singing lullabies for them.
Her 2013 album, Violin Lullabies curated 25 of her favorites, most of which are also published in the 2015 Carl Fischer Violin Lullabies collection.
Taking one of the oldest lullabies written for a king at his birth, from Southern India, the poetry is explored to the accompaniment of languorous dance and lifting music.
More specifically, we learn that lullabies had a generic name ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] or [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) at least until Athenaeus' time.
Select from a variety of the world's most famous lullabies
The Lullabies album also features performances from current Royal Harpist Hannah Stone and will celebrate the birth of the future monarch.
Studio Weave even conceived of a full "history" of the factory and the ingredients needed to build proper lullabies, which can be found on its website (www.
Singing lullabies and play songs are indeed possible in many mental states of minds, not least due to their simplicity.
The project sees the mums-to-be initially singing existing Welsh and English lullabies and nursery rhymes, before encouraging them to create their own bespoke lullabies and artwork.