Noun(1) a pensive lyrical piece of music (especially for the piano
(1) Pulling out the bench and grabbing her sheet music (although she didn't need it), Nicole began to play a nocturne by her favorite composer, Chopin.(2) I played the nocturne in a loop, and I felt a pang of remembrance course through my whole person.(3) In order to get a fuller understanding of de la Tour's art, students should also study some of his nighttime pictures, his nocturnes .(4) If piano students are playing Mozart and Haydn sonatas, Chopin nocturnes and Debussy preludes, they certainly are capable of playing some chamber music repertoire.(5) Born in Leeds, where he spent most of his working life, Grimshaw is best known for his nocturnes but began his career as a landscape painter.(6) Its singing melodies, rocking accompaniments and romantic harmonies advance the composition of nocturnes from Field to Chopin.(7) Her early nocturnes display an antimodernist nostalgia for pre-reservation Indian life that would have appealed to both non-Indian and Indian viewers.(8) His televised recordings of the composer's complete nocturnes have been screened throughout Europe, Australia and on PBS in the United States.(9) The soft focus and murky shadows of his nocturnes gave way to the need to make the clearest images possible.(10) For the most part, his early paintings are nocturnes in the style of Whistler.
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Different Formsnocturne, nocturnes
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