berceuse

a soft instrumental piece or lullaby, usually in a moderate 6/8 tempo; a lullaby.
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Berceuse

• (n.) A vocal or instrumental composition of a soft tranquil character, having a lulling effect; a cradle song.
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Berceuse

(from the article `berceuse`) ...are common not only in the vocal prototype but also in its stylized instrumental counterparts, usually written for piano. A well-known example of ...
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Berceuse

(from the article `berceuse`) Prominent among subsequent composers of berceuses were Franz Liszt, Camille Saint-Saëns, and Maurice Ravel. An appealing example is the Berceuse for ...
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Berceuse

[Chopin] Frédéric Chopin`s Berceuse Op. 57 (1843–44) is a lullaby to be played on piano. It consists of variations in D-flat major. At first the composer titled the work Variations, but the title was altered for publication to the current Berceuse. It was first published by J. Meissonnier of Paris in 1844 and dedicated to Elise Gavard (...
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Berceuse

Ber`ceuse' noun [ French] (Mus.) A vocal or instrumental composition of a soft tranquil character, having a lulling effect; a cradle song.
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berceuse

a lullaby, a quiet piece generally in moderate 6/8 time, with a rocking movement in the accompaniment.
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Berceuse

In music, a berceuse is a vocal or instrumental composition of a soft tranquil character, having a lulling effect; a cradle song.
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berceuse

lullaby
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Berceuse

mezza-luna; a chopping tool with two handles and two half-moon blades. Literally: lullaby, because of the rocking movement made while using it.
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berceuse

musical composition, typically of the 19th century, having the character of a soothing refrain. While the word appears to imply no particular formal ...
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