Sorry, no definitions found.
“Niecks quotes Alexandre Dumas fils, who calls the Berceuse "muted music," but introduces a Turkish bath comparison, which crushes the sentiment.”
“For violin and piano, besides the two works already mentioned, are three pieces, "La Captive" (G string), "Berceuse," and "Mazurka," all three being arranged for 'cello and piano also.”
“Berceuse," which has found a place in the "Nuptial Album" of Haslinger.”
“Of the pieces that bear the name "Berceuse," Chopin's Op.”
“He has a very elegantly written "Berceuse" which if very well done produces a lovely effect.”
“Berceuse"; while the baby added a crooning accompaniment that grew fainter and intermittent until the blue eyes closed, one arm fell, and the thumb was plunged between the soft full lips.”
“Berceuse," and Carneiro brought it to a stirring conclusion; the emphatic dance passages, though, often sounded strained.”
“He delivered the 'Berceuse' with a striking absence of seductiveness, though his rock-steady tempo and bright clarity of tone showed the piece in an interesting new light.”
“-- which obtain the kindred effect of Chopin's tinkling "Berceuse" in a slightly different way.”
Contemporary American Composers Being a Study of the Music of This Country, Its Present Conditions and Its Future, with Critical Estimates and Biographies of the Principal Living Composers; and an Abundance of Portraits, Fac-simile Musical Autographs, and Compositions
“Van Gogh's "La Berceuse (Portrait of Madame Roulin)" from 1889 and Gauguin's "Portrait of a Young Woman (Vaite Goupil)" from 1896 are displayed side-by-side, each with a backdrop of floral wallpaper framing its enigmatic female subject.”
Looking for tweets for Berceuse.