Slumber song op. 124/16 舒曼．羅伯特 歌 小提琴加鋼琴 朔特版
拉拉-舒曼（Clara Schumann）在他們共同的家庭日記中寫道："他送給我和我的小瑪麗一份禮物，是那年耶誕節下午創作的一首愉快的搖籃曲。這首 1841 年的《Slumer 之歌》後來被羅伯特-舒曼收錄在他的 Albumblätter (Album Leaves) 作品 124 中，成為作品集的第 16 號。這本由二十首鋼琴小品組成的作品集創作時間相當長：第一首小品寫於1832/33年，作曲家于1845年開始創作最後一首小品《卡農》。1853 年，舒曼萌生了一個念頭，要把那些不適合放在其他任何地方的單曲彙集成《Albumblätter》，並于同年 12 月出版。這是一束詩意盎然的鋼琴小品，技術難度適中：無法與他的 G 小調鋼琴奏鳴曲《狂歡節》等宏大作品相提並論。這些音樂箴言不是為音樂廳準備的，而是為家庭音樂創作準備的：這是真正意義上的室內樂。在經歷了不愉快的爭吵，甚至為獲得克拉拉-魏克（Clara Wieck）的結婚許可而訴諸法庭之後，羅伯特-舒曼迎來了創作高峰期：1840 年是他的歌曲年，1841 年是他的交響樂年。他們的婚姻最終違背了舒曼岳父的意願，1841年9月1日，他們的第一個孩子出生，這為舒曼的個人幸福做出了巨大貢獻。正是為了瑪麗，這位快樂的父親創作了這首《安眠曲》，這首歌自此廣受歡迎：這是一首簡單而溫柔的搖籃曲，是父親作為驚喜禮物而創作的。這首搖籃曲非常適合在鋼琴伴奏下用旋律樂器演奏，如小提琴版"
作曲家: Schumann, Robert
校訂者: Kross, Emil / Meyer, Fritz
樂器: violin and piano
出版社: Schott Music
He gave a present to me and my little Marie of a delightful lullaby composed that Christmas afternoon, Clara Schumann noted in the family diary they shared. This Slumer Song of 1841 Robert Schumann later included as No. 16 in his collection of Albumblätter (Album Leaves) Op. 124. The collection of twenty miniatures for piano was written over a fairly long period of time: the first piedes were written in 1832/33 and the composer started work on the last piece, the Canon, in 1845. In 1853 Schumann had the idea of brining together barious individual pieces that didn't fit in anywhere else in a collection of Albumblätter that was published in December of the same year. It is a bright bouquet of poetic little piano pieces of moderate technical difficulty: there can be no comparsion with grand works such as his G minor piano sonata of Carnaval. These musical aphorisms were not intended for the concert hall, though, but for domestic music making: this is chamber music in the true sense of the term.After unpleasant wrangling that even involved going to court to obtain permission to marry Clara Wieck, there followed a time of intense productivity for Robert Schumann: 1840 was his year of songs and 1841 his year of symphonies. Their marriage, which eventually took place against the wishes of Schumann's father-in-law, and the birth of their first child on 1 September 1841 contributed much to his personal happiness. It was for Marie that the hyppy father now composed this Slumber Song, which has enjoyed great popularity ever since: a simple and tender lullaby, written by the father as a surprise ´gift. This lullgy lends itself very well to being performed on a melodic instrument with piano accompaniment, as in thes edition for violin.