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Nursery Rhyme 12/14

Nursery Rhyme

 


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282. The Good Child 01:00

Woodblocks beat out a simple ticking beat whilst bells provide a simple melody. Very automated and mechanical, this can act as an industrial track, a children's track or would be great for quiz shows as the clock ticks down.

283. Mr.Sloppy 00:40

Bass clarinet provides a comical sounding bass whilst bright bell sounds sparkle to ensure the lighter side of this piece remains throughout. Woodblocks create an almost clown like feel to this fun and frivolous track.

The well-known "Wiegenlied" by Johannes Brahms in a jazzy version played by acoustic guitars. Have sweet dreams. Johannes Brahms composed his lullaby in July 1868 in Bonn and dedicated it to Bertha Faber, née Porubszky, on the occasion of the birth of her second son "to always happy use". Brahms had met Bertha Porubszky, a native of Vienna, in 1859, when she became a member of the women's choir he led at the age of seventeen during a stay in Hamburg.

74 tracks, not registered with a PRO
256 tracks, registered with a PRO
[<             12     of 14


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