[ bɜːsˈɜːzɪz], [ bɜːsˈɜːzɪz], [ b_ɜː_s_ˈɜː_z_ɪ_z]
Related words: berceuses, berceuse, berceuse pour dormir, berceuse pour les bÃƒÂ©bÃƒÂ©s, berceuse pour dormir
How to use "Berceuses" in context?
Berceuse is a lyrical, haunting French word meaning "carillon." Many beautiful and touching French carillon songs can be classified as berceuses, including Tra-la-la (Paradise) and La sirene (The Mermaid).
Many berceuses are about children sleeping or being lulled to sleep, and many feature a sweet or whimsical melody with gentle string or brass accompaniment. They are perfect for a bedtime story or as a soothing lullaby.
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