Faure's Berceuse Op.16 was first performed at the Societe Nationale in 1880 by the violinist Ovide Musin. The piece has a song like quality and is instantaneously recognisable as a work by Faure. After hearing the first performance of Berceuse, Julien Hamelle offered to publish Faure's works.
This arrangement for Viola and String Orchestra is based on Faure's own arrangement for Violin and Orchestra.
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