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Tiffany Ng Plays Carillon Lullabies

Ng, Tiffany Music Download - 2020 Community Rating: 4.4 out of 5

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1) Little Lullaby Medley, by Linda Dzuris, published by American Carillon Music Editions, Inc.
2) Lullaby, from Three Short Pieces for Carillon, by Jean Miller, published by The Guild of
Carillonneurs in North America
3) Wiegenlied, op. 49, no. 4, by Johannes Brahms, arranged by Carlo van Ulft, published by
American Carillon Music Editions, Inc.
4) Lullaby from Anew: Distant Light, by Wilbert Roget, II
5) A la Puerta del Cielo, Basque lullaby, arranged by Evan Lipchin, published by CHI Press
6) Daneel’s Lullaby, by Marcel Siebers, published by American Carillon Music Editions, Inc.
7) Lullaby (“Shlaflied”) by Abraham Goldfaden, arranged by Linda Dzuris, from Yiddish Theater
Music, published by American Carillon Music Editions, Inc.
8) Spin-dulum, by Daniel Matej
9) Sweet and Low, by Joseph Barnby
10) Wiegenliedchen (Little Lullaby), op. 124, no. 6, by Robert Schumann, arranged by Elizabeth
Vitu, published by American Carillon Music Editions, Inc.
Album lettering and design by Reginald Jackson Ann Arbor carillon coloring book by Olivia Howard
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COMMUNITY REVIEWS

Carillon music submitted by trina05 on July 4, 2021, 5:07pm An interesting instrumental.

n submitted by SoapyCupcaketoeNaIL on July 6, 2021, 3:16pm gdfhjjn

The Sound of Ann Arbor submitted by choichr on June 28, 2022, 10:47am What does Ann Arbor sound like? I would say it sounds like the bell towers! This album will transport you to North campus. The coloring book is a fun touch and I found it interesting to see how the bells were cast.

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Year Published: 2020
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