Translation of nocturne in Spanish:

nocturne

nocturno, n.

Pronunciation /ˈnɑktərn//ˈnɒktəːn/

noun

  • 1

    nocturno masculine
    • 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.
    • His televised recordings of the composer's complete nocturnes have been screened throughout Europe, Australia and on PBS in the United States.
    • If piano students are playing Mozart and Haydn sonatas, Chopin nocturnes and Debussy preludes, they certainly are capable of playing some chamber music repertoire.
    • I played the nocturne in a loop, and I felt a pang of remembrance course through my whole person.
    • Its singing melodies, rocking accompaniments and romantic harmonies advance the composition of nocturnes from Field to Chopin.