Frederic Chopin Nocturne in B major, Op. 62, No. 1 music sheets.
One of Chopin's last works, Haunting and full of mystery:The Nocturne in B major opens with what might be described as a bard’s striking of the strings. His narrative will subsequently unfold, but only after a moment’s consideration.
In the Anglo-Saxon world, the B major Nocturne has been given the name of an exotic greenhouse flower: ‘Tuberose’. James Huneker explains why: ‘the chief tune has charm, a fruity charm’, and its return in the reprise ‘is faint with a sick, rich odor’.
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