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1. A composition, usually a serenade, to be played at night in the open air.
2. The name "nocturne" has been used by composers for piano and orchestral compositions that suggest some aspect of the night and are usually solemn and contemplative.

See Also

[Italian] notturno (m)
[Polish] nokturn


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