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Hyung-ki Joo, a phenomenal piano talent, is often seen touring with violinist Alexsey Igudesman, while composing, arranging, recording, and generally promoting the performance and enjoyment of classical music. Surprisingly, Lullaby for Leo represents his first published piece, "one of the most personal pieces I've ever written," according to the composer.
A sleepless baby inspired Hyung-ki Joo to write this very personal piece. Whether the calming music for violin and piano was able to get Leo to sleep is unknown, but he loves the piece. This memorable gem takes young and old alike into the land of dreams and is suitable for concerts and competitions.
An enchanting lullaby which cleverly suggests another and makes you smile – from one who, with his comedy duo partner Aleksey Igudesman, is world famous!
This memorable little gem, Joo's first published piece, was composed in response to a baby's sleeplessness. The calm, serene writing with the lilting melody repeated often in both the piano and violin parts follows the tradition of Lullabies. (...) The score is clearly written for easy reading and would be suitable as a concert piece for intermediate students.
Stringendo Magazine Volume 37 Number 1, April 2015 (Ros Hurst)