Angi tells us this book began as a medley of two of her favorite lullabies, which she plays at the neo-natal intensive care unit at Northside Hospital in Atlanta. To her, this department is sacred. Angi says, too, that the chord progresion for the Pachelbel Canon is very relaxing for her, so this book contains introductions, bridges, and codas with that progression. The arrangements are straightforward, and chords are provided for you to make any changes you wish.
Titles are: ALL THE PRETTY LITTLE HORSES, ALL THE WORLD IS SLEEPING, ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT, BALOO BALEERIE, BEDTIME, BRAHM’S LULLABY, BYE BABY BUNTING, CHILDREN OF THE HEAVENLY FATHER, CRADLE SONG, A CUCKOO AND AN OWL, DAY AND NIGHT, DONA NOBIS PACEM, GARTAN MOTHER’S LULLABY, GO AWAY LITTLE FAIRIES, GOLDEN SLUMBERS, HUSH LITTLE BABY, KERRY LULLABY, KUM BA YAH, LAMBS ARE SLEEPING, MY SONG IN THE NIGHT, NATURE’S GOODNIGHT, ROCK THE CRADLE, ROCK-A-BYE BABY, SLEEP ON LITTLE ONE, SLEEPYTIME, SUN IS DOWN, SUO GAN, SWEET BE YOUR SLEEP, TWINKLE LITTLE STAR, AND WINKUM WINKUM.
This book, as all of Angi Bemiss’ collections, comes in either Eb or C tuning. C tuning means with all your levers unengaged (usually down), when you play a C to C scale, it is C major. Eb tuning means that with all your levers down, when you play a C to C scale, it is C minor. Or if you play Eb to Eb, an Eb scale.