Lullabies from all over the world

A 33 RPM disc with a cover in relief !


The 33 RPM disc Berceuses du monde entier (Lullabies from all over the world), which at first looks quite simple, has in fact a hidden specificity : an illustration in relief by Henri Galeron.

This type of contents in relief is usually used for children’s upmarket books, rather than disc covers, which brings to this document a rareness and undeniable attraction.

This disc, edited by the music label Le Chant du Monde in 1995, gathers 15 classicla lullabies from French, Yiddish, Russian, English and African folklore. It is the result of a collaboration of prestigious artists : Colette Magny, Naomi Moody, Talila, Marina Vlady and Brenda Wootton.

What a joy to listen to this disc while staring to the 3D details of the inside cover !

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  • Le p’tit Quinquin (Desrousseaux) - Colette Magny (Extrait)

  • Chlof mein kind (Dors mon enfant) - Talila (Extrait)

  • Berceuse cosaque - Marina Vlady (Extrait)

  • Suo Gan (Cradle song) - Brenda Wootton (Extrait)

  • Who dat ? - Naomi Moody (Extrait)

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