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geceye mahsus parça
{i} gece müziği

O iki yıl önce doğum gününde iki çok güzel gece müziği çaldı. - He played two very beautiful Chopin nocturnes on his birthday two years ago.

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{i} gece manzarası
{i} duygulu melodi
resimde gece manzarası
geceyle ilgili sanat eser
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a dreamlike or pensive composition (usually for the piano)
a work of art relating or dedicated to the night
A nocturne is a short gentle piece of music, often one written to be played on the piano. a piece of music, especially a soft beautiful piece of piano music (nocturnus; NOCTURNAL). Nineteenth-century character piece for piano. The name was first used 1812 by the Scottish composer John Field (1782-1837) for works employing a lyrical melody over an accompaniment of broken chords. Frédéric Chopin's romantic nocturnes, similar in style, are the most celebrated
sterling, or about $1
(French, meaning 'of the night') A short composition, generally with three sections, often slightly melancholic in mood The first nocturnes were written for piano by John Field in the early 19th-century
"Night piece"; common in the nineteenth century, often for piano
"Night piece"; title for romantic miniature compositions for piano, etc
A European fish; the lyrie
A night-piece, or serenade
One of the nobility; a noble; a peer; one who enjoys rank above a commoner, either by virtue of birth, by office, or by patent
The name is now used for a certain graceful and expressive form of instrumental composition, as the nocturne for orchestra in Mendelsohn's "Midsummer-Night's Dream"
a pensive lyrical piece of music (especially for the piano)
The quality or state of being noble; greatness; dignity; magnanimity; elevation of mind, character, or station; nobili
An English money of account, and, formerly, a gold coin, of the value of 6 s
A night-piece, or seranade
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A night piece, or serenade
A genre originally for piano alone (later adopted for other instruments, including the orchestral nocturne by Debussy) As the name implies, a nocturne is supposed to be evocative of the night
Having a noble mind; honorable; magnanimous
To make noble; to ennoble
a pensive lyrical piece of music (especially for the piano) A person of rank above a commoner; a nobleman; a peer
in the eighteenth century, it was used to describe a short serenade in several movements for a small group of instruments It then became associated with Chopin to describe a brief, lyrical piano piece
{i} soft or dreamy piano composition; painting of a night scene