Cello from Prelude No. 2: Blue Lullabye (String Quartet)

Composer
George Gershwin
Duration
4 minutes
Genre
Jazz music
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George Gershwin composed his Three Preludes for Piano in 1926, two years after his Rhapsody in Blue, and two years before An American in Paris. The second prelude (Blue Lullabye) is here arranged for string quartet.

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