Lullaby (Op. 57, No. 2) was first composed in 1908 for Voice and Piano, with lyrics by Christina Rosssetti. It was transcribed for Cello or Violin and Piano by the famous cellist Charles Warwick Evans (1885-1974) in 1918.
Cyril Scott (1879-1970) was a British composer, pianist and poet. His most popular works, which he is largely remembered by today, were written in the years preceding the Second World War, however he continued to compose prolifically, in the face of indifference from the outside world, right up until his death at the age of 91. His music is predominantly in the Romantic style, and now serves as an enchanting reminder of a bygone age.