Lila Deis | Classic Lullabyes

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Classic Lullabyes

by Lila Deis

Gorgeous beloved lullabies and beautiful lesser-known masterpieces by the world’s great composers - lush, intimate, charming, tender, these delightful performances create the perfect mood.
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. Slumber My Darling by Stephen Foster
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2. Wiegenlied (Cradle Song) by Franz Schubert
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2:41 $0.99
3. Lullaby by David Alpher
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2:10 $0.99
4. Cançó de bressol by Eduardo Toldra
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5. Bei der Wiege (Beside the Cradle) by Felix Mendelssohn
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6. The Sleep that Flits on Baby's Eyes by John Alden Carpenter
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2:54 $0.99
7. Berceuse (Lullabye) by Georges Bizet
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8. Berceuse (Lullabye) by Charles Ives
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9. Slumber Song, Op. 1, #5 by Aleksandr Gretchaninoff
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10. Gjeve Skodd Maatte Röma (Mighty Fog has Fled) by Daniel Hanssen
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1:43 $0.99
11. Dors, mon enfant (Sleep, my child) by Richard Wagner
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12. Lullaby by Simon Sargon
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13. E L'Uccellino (And the Little Bird) by Giacomo Puccini
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14. Wiegenlied (Cradle Song), Op. 49, #4 by Johannes Brahms
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15. Berceuse (Lullabye) by Cécile Chaminade
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2:16 $0.99
16. Nana (Lullabye) from 7 Spanish Folksongs by Manuel de Falla
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17. Kolysanka (Cradle Song) by Stanislav Niewiadomski
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18. Slumber Song, O. 9 #2 by Edward MacDowell
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19. Lullabye from the opera Maid of Pskov by Rimsky-Korsakov
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20. Berceuse (Lullabye) by Chopin/Pauline Viardot
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21. Lullaby, Op. 57, #2 by Cyril Scott
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22. Con amores, la mi madre (With love, Oh, mother!) by F. Obradors
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23. New Born by Norman Dello Joio
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Each a masterpiece, these songs immediately capture a moment in time: the exquisite tenderness of parenthood, the mystery of sleep, the innocence of childhood, the sadness that is a part of every life, the wonder and incredible joy that every parent feels, the calm stillness of a summer day.
The hallmark of a great song is its ability to tell a story. Each of these lullabyes does just that, beautifully.
The Artists:
Praised as “simply a dazzling singer” (Newark Star-Ledger), a “strong and lustrous soprano” (Boston Globe), Lila Deis has sung extensively here and abroad with orchestra, with chorus, in recital, opera, and chamber music. She has appeared with many prominent ensembles, including the Stuttgart Philharmonic, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Oratorio Society of New York, Boston Masterworks Chorale, L'Orchestre Symphonique de Grenoble, Philharmonic Orchestra of New Jersey, Philadelphia Classical Symphony, and the Dallas Symphony.
Lila is a frequent soloist in Carnegie Hall with groups including the New York Choral Society (with whom she recorded Carmina Burana for Newport Classic). Of her New York recital debut, the New York Times wrote: “The pleasure derived from the singing of soprano Lila Deis was of the sort not often found in New York concert halls.” She has been presented in solo recital from New York to Texas.
An active chamber musician and co-founder of the Rockport Chamber Music Festival (with David Alpher), Lila toured three continents as the soprano of the New York Vocal Arts Ensemble and with that solo quartet won a unanimous First Prize in the prestigious Geneva Competition. Reviews and further info at www.liladeis.com

Composer and pianist David Alpher is Artistic director of the Chamber Arts Festival of Marbletown (NY). His music has been performed and recorded in Europe, South America and the U. S. He collaborated as pianist and co-arranger with Thomas Hampson, Jay Ungar and Molly Mason, recording American Dreamer: Songs of Stephen Foster for Angel, performing the program at Tanglewood, Lincoln Canter and a nationally televised PBS concert. Mr. Alpher also enjoys a lively career as a cabartet pianist/composer with his wife Jennie Litt. Further info at www.davidalpher.com


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