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Violin Lullabies

Matthew HagleRachel Barton Pine

  • CDR 90000 139
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    • Wiegenlied (Cradle Song), No. 4 from Fünf Lieder, Op. 49 (2:20)

    • JOHANNES BRAHMS (1833–1897)

      Wiegenlied (Cradle Song), No. 4 from Fünf Lieder, Op. 49 (2:20)

    • Rêve d’Enfant (Child’s Dream), Op.14 (3:49)

    • EUGÈNE YSAŸE (1858–1931)

      Rêve d’Enfant (Child’s Dream), Op.14 (3:49)

    • Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 1 from Trois Morceaux, Op. 7 (1:44)

    • VLADIMIR REBIKOV (1866–1920)

      Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 1 from Trois Morceaux, Op. 7 (1:44)

    • Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 2 from Three Compositions, Op. 40 (3:44)

    • AMY BEACH (1867–1944)

      Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 2 from Three Compositions, Op. 40 (3:44)

    • Berceuse écossaise (Scottish Lullaby) (3:54)

    • LUDWIG SCHWAB (1880–1943)

      Berceuse écossaise (Scottish Lullaby) (3:54)

    • Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 1 from Sei Pezzi (3:30)

    • OTTORINO RESPIGHI (1879–1936)

      Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 1 from Sei Pezzi (3:30)

    • "Summertime" from Porgy and Bess (3:45)

    • GEORGE GERSHWIN (1833–1897)

      "Summertime" from Porgy and Bess (3:45)

    • Nana (Lullaby), No. 5 from Siete canciones populares españolas (2:06)

    • MANUEL DE FALLA (1876–1946)

      Nana (Lullaby), No. 5 from Siete canciones populares españolas (2:06)

    • Berceuse (Lullaby), Op. 16 (3:45)

    • GABRIEL FAURÉ (1845–1924)

      Berceuse (Lullaby), Op. 16 (3:45)

    • Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 6 from Six Pieces, Op. 79 (2:25)

    • JEAN SIBELIUS (1865–1957)

      Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 6 from Six Pieces, Op. 79 (2:25)

    • Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 3 from Six Morceaux (2:34)

    • PAULINE VIARDOT-GARCÍA (1821–1910)

      Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 3 from Six Morceaux (2:34)

    • Oror (Lullaby), Op. 1 (2:38)

    • ALAN HOVHANESS (1911–2000)

      Oror (Lullaby), Op. 1 (2:38)

    • Berceuse (Lullaby) from The Firebird (2:55)

    • IGOR STRAVINSKY (1882–1971)

      Berceuse (Lullaby) from The Firebird (2:55)

    • Berceuse sur le nom de Gabriel Fauré (Lullaby on the name "Gabriel Fauré") (2:25)

    • MAURICE RAVEL (1875–1937)

      Berceuse sur le nom de Gabriel Fauré (Lullaby on the name "Gabriel Fauré") (2:25)

    • Lullaby (3:00)

    • REBECCA CLARKE (1886–1979)

      Lullaby (3:00)

    • Wiegenlied (Cradle Song), D 498 / Op. 98, No. 2 (2:15)

    • FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797–1828)

      Wiegenlied (Cradle Song), D 498 / Op. 98, No. 2 (2:15)

    • Schlummerlied (Slumber Song), No. 16 from Albumblätter, Op. 124 (3:38)

    • ROBERT SCHUMANN (1810–1856)

      Schlummerlied (Slumber Song), No. 16 from Albumblätter, Op. 124 (3:38)

    • Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 4 from Cinq aquarelles (2:52)

    • LUCIEN DUROSOIR (1878–1955)

      Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 4 from Cinq aquarelles (2:52)

    • Vuggevise (Cradle Song), No. 1 from Lyric Pieces, Op. 38 (2:28)

    • EDVARD GRIEG (1843–1907)

      Vuggevise (Cradle Song), No. 1 from Lyric Pieces, Op. 38 (2:28)

    • Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 1 from Four Pieces (3:05)

    • MIKHAIL ANTSEV (1865–1945)

      Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 1 from Four Pieces (3:05)

    • Wiegenlied (Cradle Song), No. 1 from Fünf Lieder, Op. 41 (3:43)

    • RICHARD STRAUSS (1864–1949)

      Wiegenlied (Cradle Song), No. 1 from Fünf Lieder, Op. 41 (3:43)

    • Berceuse (Lullaby), Op. 30 (3:59)

    • CAMILLO SIVORI (1815–1894)

      Berceuse (Lullaby), Op. 30 (3:59)

    • Petite reine Berceuse (Lullaby for a Little Queen) (3:30)

    • VICTOR BÉRAUD (1840–??)

      Petite reine Berceuse (Lullaby for a Little Queen) (3:30)

    • Mother and Child, No. 2 from Suite for violin and piano (6:18)

    • William Grant Still (1895–1978)

      Mother and Child, No. 2 from Suite for violin and piano (6:18)

    • Wiegenlied (Cradle Song), No. 1 from Drei Kompositionen, Op. 79d (1:34)

    • MAX REGER (1873–1916)

      Wiegenlied (Cradle Song), No. 1 from Drei Kompositionen, Op. 79d (1:34)

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Album Description Download Full CD Booklet

The album is violinist Pine's original concept, inspired by the birth of her first child in September 2011. She could find no existing collection of classical violin lullaby scores and or any compilation recordings. So, she set about gathering sheet music from libraries around the world, amassing a collection of 150 lullaby scores. She selected 25 of the best to include on Violin Lullabies.

The world's first lullabies were simple songs sung or hummed by mothers cradling their infants and rocking them to sleep. The classically composed concert pieces on Violin Lullabies represent stellar examples a special genre of 19th and early 20th century Romantic music written to evoke fond childhood memories and feelings of familial love. These brief, beautiful pieces are equally suited to classical connoisseurs as well as to music novices of all ages.

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Album Details

Total Time: 79:15

Producer: James Ginsburg
EngineerBill Maylone
Editing: Jeanne Velonis
Technical Editing: Bill Maylone
Recorded: October 26, 28 & 29 in the Fay and Daniel Levin Performance Studio at 98.7 WFMT, Chicago, Illinois
Violin: "ex-Soldat" Guarneri del Gesu, Cremona, 1742
Strings: Vision Titanium Solo by Thomastik-Infeld
Bow:
Dominique Peccatte
Piano: Steinway
Technician: Ken Orgel
Front Cover Design: Marc Whittacre
Inside Booklet & Inlay Card: Nancy Bieschke
Cover and Inlay Photography: Sylvia Pine, age two weeks ©2011 Wendy Benner Photography

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