Inspirassion

Pick Elegant Words
[[pattern.intro.replace(',','')]]. Learn More
99 example sentences with  nocturne

99 example sentences with nocturne

Liszt seated himself at the piano, played two or three bits of songs, or waltzes, then, always talking to Hatzfeldt, let his fingers wander over the keys and by degrees broke into a nocturne and a wild Hungarian march.

She was playing the closing bars of a nocturne.

The flutter of his leathern wings, and the plash of water in the dark, where a coolie still drenched the flags, marked the sleepy, soothing measures in a nocturne, broken at strangely regular intervals by a shot, and the crack of a bullet somewhere above in the deserted chambers.

Then softly it was dispelled, as through it there stole the tender, passionate-sweet harmonies of a Chopin nocturne.

In the middle of a nocturne of Chopin's the door was opened, and a young man was shown into the room.

" "And I will play that Nocturne of Mendelssohn's that she likes so much," replied Rosen Blumen.

The office for the dead received this name from the antiphon with which the first nocturne in the mattens commenced, taken from Psalm v. 8, "Dirige, Domine Deus meus, in conspectu tuo viam meam."

Mildred sat some time leaning out of the window, then opening her piano, for the first time since her father's death, she sat down and played a nocturne by Mendelssohn.

Read Rossetti's The Blessed Damozel, Sister Helen, The King's Tragedy, Love's Nocturne, and Mary's Girlhood.

NOCTURNE Infold us with thy peace, dear moon-lit night, And let thy silver silence wrap us round

En aquel castillo, que tiene por cimiento la pizarra negra de que está formado el monte, y cuyas vetustas murallas, hechas de pedruscos enormes, parecen obras de titanes, es fama que las brujas de los contornos tienen sus nocturnes conciliábulos.

As soon as she had finished the nocturne, a sad, low sweet strain, she came back to the parlor.

THE NOCTURNES OF CHOPIN LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS PRINCESS LICHTENSTEIN (Frontispiece) DAPHNE HÉLOISE MARY STUART ORLAND DI LASSUS (Roland de Lattre) HENRY PURCELL JOHN SEBASTIAN BACH MORNING PRAYER IN THE FAMILY OF SEBASTIAN BACH JOSEPH HAYDN MRS.

THE NOCTURNES OF CHOPIN He wrote to his parents: "I have made the acquaintance of an important celebrity, Mme.

In his bridegroom mood he composed the graceful F-minor Waltz, and later the C-sharp minor Nocturne.

But however attended, visited, caressed, Chopin died at the threshold of his prime, his life, lighted at most with a little feverish twinkling of stars, one nocturne.

One evening, a few days afterwards, at her home we were going over some new songs and compositions when she asked me, as she often did, to play the Thirteenth Nocturne.

Later in the evening she went to the piano and began to play very softly, as to herself, the opening bars of the Thirteenth Nocturne.

I took her place at the piano and played the Nocturne in a manner that silenced the chatter of the company both in and out of the room, involuntarily closing it with the major triad.

Sue has been in the hospitals,two years, mamma!while I've been learning nocturnes, and going to Germans.

Then, into the silence, crept the first dew-clear notes of Chopin's F Sharp Major Nocturne.

She herself took to playing the less difficult of the Chopin nocturnes with a languorous over-accentuation of their softness which she was careful to keep from the ears of old Reinhardt.

But one evening he came in, unheard, listened to her performance of the B-flat minor nocturne with a frown, and pulled her away from the piano before she had finished.

Mazurkas, nocturnes, waltzes, scherzos, polonaises, preludes, he exhibited to us in groups those manifestations of that supreme spiritthat spirit at once stern and tender, not more sad than joyous, and always sane, always perfectly balanced, always preoccupied with beauty.

She became silent at that, and for a time the low sweet harmonies of the nocturne Penelope was playing filled the gap.

He was the inventor of Chopin's Nocturne.

It was at the Conservatoire de Musique when a big symphony of his was given, a bizarre nocturne, only here and there relieved by the gleam of a woman's dress, sentimentally white, fluttering to and froor by a flash of irony, sulphur yellow.

Chopin, only half-Polish, and finding his true home in Paris, had been loved by the tiny musicienne, hardly so big as her name, Leopoldine Blahetka, but his first true love was for the raving beauty, Constantia Gladkovska, whom he mourned for in prose as highly coloured as his nocturnes, wishing that after his death his ashes might be strewn under her feet.

It is to this period that the "Nocturnes" belong.

NOCTURNE WILLARD ANSLEY GIBSON '08 Over the hills Softly the slumber light Seems to me creeping, Stealing with twilight, While the world sleeping Breathes in the lower light Prayers for its loved ones Over the hills.

Nocturne militaire; illustrated by Clayton Knight.

SEE Seeling, Hans. Nocturne in F sharp.

Nocturne in F sharp; op.

SEE Seeling, Hans. Nocturne in F sharp.

SEE Freeman, Carolyn R. THOMAS, LEWIS G. Nocturne in F sharp.

Nocturne at noon-1605.

Nocturne in B-flat.

Nocturne in B-flat; piano.

Nocturne in B-flat.

Hospital nocturne.

Wetmore Declamation Bureau (PWH); 29Dec61; R288004. Nocturne.

Nocturne.

Visites nocturnes.

Visites nocturnes.

Nocturne.

Nocturne.

Gramercy nocturne.

BEMELMANS, MADELEINE. Gramercy nocturne.

HOLBROOK, STEWART H. Boston nocturne.

Gramercy nocturne.

STEVENS, JAMES. Idaho nocturne: 1909.

Idaho nocturne: 1909.

Boston nocturne.

Nocturne militaire; illustrated by Clayton Knight.

SEE Seeling, Hans. Nocturne in F sharp.

Nocturne in F sharp; op.

SEE Seeling, Hans. Nocturne in F sharp.

SEE Freeman, Carolyn R. THOMAS, LEWIS G. Nocturne in F sharp.

Nocturne at noon-1605.

Nocturne in B-flat.

Nocturne in B-flat; piano.

Nocturne in B-flat.

Hospital nocturne.

Wetmore Declamation Bureau (PWH); 29Dec61; R288004. Nocturne.

Nocturne.

Visites nocturnes.

Visites nocturnes.

Nocturne.

Nocturne.

Gramercy nocturne.

BEMELMANS, MADELEINE. Gramercy nocturne.

HOLBROOK, STEWART H. Boston nocturne.

Gramercy nocturne.

STEVENS, JAMES. Idaho nocturne: 1909.

Idaho nocturne: 1909.

Boston nocturne.

NOCTURNE 'Tis not my voice now speaks; but a bird In darkling forest hollows a sweet throat Pleads on till distant echo too hath heard And doubles every note: So love that shrouded dwells in mystery Would cry and waken thee.

Nocturne (SECKER).

He subsequently (1814) invented the nocturne, developed by Chopin.

L'ambition, branlant ses têtes de chimère, Sous leur crâne brumeux, fétide et sans clarté, Nourrit la pourriture et la stérilité; Ce qu'ils font est néant et cendre; une hydre allaite, Dans leur âme nocturne et profonde, un squelette.

'L'envieux oiseau nocturne, Triste, ouvrira son oeil rond; Les nymphes, penchant leur urne, Dans les grottes souriront.

Il vit que le flambeau nocturne brûlait bien; Puis, courbé, regarda, des pleurs dans la paupière, Ce père de granit, cette mère de pierre; Alors il recula, pâle; car il crut voir Que ces deux fronts, tournés vers la voûte au fond noir, S'étaient subitement assombris sur leur couche, Elle ayant l'air plus triste et lui l'air plus farouche.

Il était redoutable à la pensée, à l'homme, A la vie, au progrès, au droit, dévot à Rome; C'était Satan régnant au nom de Jésus-Christ; Les choses qui sortaient de son nocturne esprit Semblaient un glissement sinistre de vipères.

NOCTURNE, picture of a night scene; also a musical piece appropriate to the night.

Pausing to listen he heard the young woman trying to play one of Chopin's nocturnes, and not succeeding very well.

Delighted, she invited him in and he sat down and played the nocturne as only Paderewski can, afterward spending an hour in correcting her mistakes.

Seating herself at the piano, the good woman executed a Chopin nocturne with precision.

In 2008, Jones recorded the album Creole Nocturne with pianist Tom McDermott.

John Field was the first person to make nocturnes popular.

Besides singer, Gabriel is a writer in 2001 and released the autobiographical book Diary Nocturne, four years later launched A Boy Called Rorbeto, which won the Jabuti Award best children's book of the year next.

His nocturnes are mostly tunes with many long notes in the right hand over.

However, Debussy's Nocturnes do not follow this patter; rather, they capture the way light is shown in Impressionist paintings.

This week's lineup also includes a few live-stream concerts sponsored by continuing her month-long residency playing the music of Thelonious Monk at Nocturne, and singer-songwriter at the Broadway Roxy.

It was written for flautist Leslie Newman and runs the gamut from a moody, harp-driven nocturne in the first movement to a bluesy, Gershwin-inspired second movement to an arch habenera and cascading cadenza in the third.

Nocturne in the Gardens will focus on music in Juan Plaza and art in Horticultural Hall.

Opening of Francis Alÿs: Children's Games and Nocturne evening in September at the MAC - Québec Portal L’activation du JavaScript est requise pour optimiser le fonctionnement de ce site web.

Promenade Nocturne pour le foie uncovering the shadows of liver disease a special night walk just before dusk.

The epitome of easy-listening, Chopin’s Nocturne No.21 in C-Minor Op.Posth suits early morning brunch or soothes family dinner drama.

The Gallery is pleased to present two projects as part of Nocturne.