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    ~ ~ O'neill - Lullaby ~ ~

    Hello,

    Here's another sweet and very short lullaby by
    the English composer Norman O'neill.

    This piece is number 3 from his set
    'Four songs without words'.

    Enjoy!

    ~ Yudit ~




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    Re: ~ ~ O'neill - Lullaby ~ ~

    Quote Originally Posted by sunbird View Post
    Hello,

    Here's another sweet and very short lullaby by
    the English composer Norman O'neill.

    This piece is number 3 from his set
    'Four songs without words'.

    Enjoy!

    ~ Yudit ~



    Hi Yudit, short but peaceful and pretty. Well played. Reminds me somewhat of Für Elise, in some way.
    Good to hear from you again.
    Best wishes,
    Kjell

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    Re: ~ ~ O'neill - Lullaby ~ ~

    Hi Yudit,

    You’ve managed to find another, I imagine, somewhat obscure musical gem that you have interpreted with heart felt emotion and skill.




    Phil

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    Re: ~ ~ O'neill - Lullaby ~ ~

    Quote Originally Posted by kjelleman View Post
    Hi Yudit, short but peaceful and pretty. Well played. Reminds me somewhat of Für Elise, in some way.
    Good to hear from you again.
    Best wishes,
    Kjell
    Hi Kjell,

    I like lullabies! Long, short, I like them all...
    It didn't remind me of Für Elise, if it did
    I wouldn't have posted it here...

    Thanks for listening.


    ~ Yudit ~

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    Re: ~ ~ O'neill - Lullaby ~ ~

    Quote Originally Posted by fastlane View Post
    Hi Yudit,

    You’ve managed to find another, I imagine, somewhat obscure musical gem that you have interpreted with heart felt emotion and skill.




    Phil
    Hi Phil,

    I find them all the time, there are so many
    on my list that are definitely worthwhile
    working on them and making them known.

    Thanks for listening and I enjoyed reading
    your comments.


    ~ Yudit ~

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