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CI 0139
VIOLIN LULLABIES

VIOLIN LULLABIES

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Rachel Barton Pine

Soloist

Matthew Hagle

Soloist

Record Label
Cedille

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 79:12
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ALBERT SPALDING

1 

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

2:23
 Rachel Barton Pine Soloist
     
 

EUGENE YSAYE

2 

Rêve d'Enfant (Child’s Dream), Op.14

3:52
 Matthew Hagle Soloist
     
 

VLADIMIR REBIKOV

3 

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

1:47
 Rachel Barton Pine Soloist
     
 

AMY BEACH

4 

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

3:47
 Rachel Barton Pine Soloist
     
 

LUDWIG SCHWAB

5 

Berceuse écossaise (Scottish Lullaby)

3:57
 Rachel Barton Pine Soloist
     
 

OTTORINO RESPIGHI

6 

Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 1 from Sei Pezzi

3:33
 Rachel Barton Pine Soloist
     
 

IGOR FROLOV

7 

“Summertime” from Porgy and Bess

3:49
 Rachel Barton Pine Soloist
     
 

PAUL KOCHANSKI

8 

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

2:10
 Matthew Hagle Soloist
     
 

GABRIEL FAURE

9 

Berceuse (Lullaby), Op. 16

3:48
 Rachel Barton Pine Soloist
     
 

JEAN SIBELIUS

10 

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

2:28
 Matthew Hagle Soloist
     
 

PAULINE VIARDOT-GARCIA

11 

Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 3 from Six Morceaux

2:37
 Rachel Barton Pine Soloist
     
 

ALAN HOVHANESS

12 

Oror (Lullaby), Op. 1

2:41
 Rachel Barton Pine Soloist
     
 

IGOR STRAVINSKY

13 

Berceuse (Lullaby) from The Firebird

2:59
 Matthew Hagle Soloist
     
 

MAURICE RAVEL

14 

Berceuse sur le nom de Gabriel Fauré (Lullaby on the name “Gabriel Fauré”)

2:28
 Matthew Hagle Soloist
     
 

REBECCA CLARKE

15 

Lullaby

3:00
 Rachel Barton Pine Soloist
     
 

MISCHA ELMAN

16 

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

2:18
 Matthew Hagle Soloist
     
 

HANS SITT

17 

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

3:41
 Rachel Barton Pine Soloist
     
 

LUCIEN DUROSOIR

18 

Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 4 from Cinq aquarelles

2:55
 Rachel Barton Pine Soloist
     
 

EDVARD GRIEG

19 

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

2:31
 Matthew Hagle Soloist
     
 

MIKHAIL ANTSEV

20 

Berceuse (Lullaby), No. 1 from Four Pieces

3:08
 Rachel Barton Pine Soloist
     
 

RICHARD STRAUSS

21 

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

3:46
 Matthew Hagle Soloist
     
 

CAMILLO SIVORI

22 

Berceuse (Lullaby), Op. 30

4:03
 Matthew Hagle Soloist
     
 

VICTOR BERAUD

23 

Petite reine Berceuse (Lullaby for a Little Queen)

3:33
 Rachel Barton Pine Soloist
     
 

WILLIAM GRANT STILL

24 

Mother and Child, No. 2 from Suite for violin and piano

6:21
 Matthew Hagle Soloist
     
 

MAX REGER

25 

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

1:37
 Matthew Hagle Soloist
     


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.
 
Violin Lullabies is an international program of works by European and American composers of African, Armenian, Belgian, Czech, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Russian, and Spanish descent. Listeners will find familiar names among the composers, such as Franz Schubert, Johannes Brahms, and George Gershwin. Others will be discoveries, such as Vladimir Rebikov, Ludwig Schwab, and Pauline Viardot-García.

                     Supersonic Pizzicato

Remy Franck - Pizzicato magazine - September 2013


"... A delightful disc of miniatures succeeds in its aim to soothe."

David Denton - The Strad - August 2013


                         Artistic Quality 10                   Sound Quality 10
 
 "Pine makes a completely absorbing, thoroughly entertaining program out of these 25 short works (most less than three minutes), largely because she is one of today’s world-class virtuosos, and she very tastefully adds virtuoso touches, such as the gorgeous upper-stratosphere finish to Gershwin’s Summertime—not in my recollection listed anywhere as a lullaby, but in Pine’s hands a sure candidate for such consideration... William Grant Still’s Mother and Child, from Suite for Violin and Piano, is in no way a lullaby (that is, the going to sleep variety), but it’s a significant work that’s deserving of attention given to other 20th-century works in the genre. The same goes for Ravel’s just-a-little-creepy Berceuse sur le nom de Gabriel Fauré, and for many other of the works by lesser-known composers—Durosoir, Antsev, Sivori, Béraud, Schwab—whom Pine has happily and rightfully selected for this unique recital—which I guarantee you will find yourself playing and replaying. And I promise, you won’t fall asleep in the process. This is a winning idea that works because of well-conceived musical motivation supported by first-rate production values. Strongly recommended—without age limit."
 
David Vernier - ClassicsToday.com - July 2013



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