Lullabies for Cello Compilation


A collection of specially-chosen lullabies in exclusive arrangements for Cello and Piano. Easy Level

1.   Au claire de la lune




Au claire de la lune


2.   Brahms  -  Lullaby (Wiegenlied)




Lullaby (Wiegenlied)


3.   Twinkle Twinkle Little Star




Twinkle Twinkle Little Star


4.   Kum Ba Yah




Kum Ba Yah


5.   Swing low, sweet chariot


"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" is a historic American Negro spiritual. The earliest known recording was in 1909, by the Fisk Jubilee Singers of Fisk University. It is also the anthem of the English Rugby team.

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Swing low, sweet chariot


6.   All the Pretty Little Horses (Traditional American)




All the Pretty Little Horses (Traditional American)


7.   Schubert  -  Wiegenlied Op. 98, No. 2




Wiegenlied Op. 98, No. 2


8.   James Scott Skinn.. -  The Cradle Song




The Cradle Song


9.   Hush Little Baby


Several versions of the lullaby "Hush Little Baby" were collected in the eastern and southern U.S. in the 20th century. Even so, as with many folk tunes, its exact origins are uncertain. The version as sung by Jean Ritchie in 1949 is identical to the version known today. The song has since been sung by a number of artists and adapted into new pop songs, including Eminem's "Mockingbird."

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Hush Little Baby


10.   Ar Hyd y Nos -All through the Night (Traditional Welsh)


Ar Hyd y Nos (English: All Through the Night) is a Welsh song first written down in 1784. The most familiar Welsh lyrics were written by John Ceiriog Hughes. It is one of the most familiar songs in Welsh culture, often performed by male choruses and covered by popular musicians such as Cerys Matthews.

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Ar Hyd y Nos -All through the Night (Traditional Welsh)


11.   The Singing Bird




The Singing Bird











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