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Kazuo Ishiguro's musical new story cycle sounds a sustained note of bittersweet melancholy
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The number, types, and arrangements of movements were equally flexible, ranging from…. John Field , Irish pianist and composer, whose nocturnes for piano were among models used by Chopin. The genre of the piano nocturne was created by the Irish composer and pianist John Field , to whom Chopin referred. The nocturne, perfectly suited to the mood of the era, evokes with its very name romantic images of the night, the moon, and all the shades of lyrical and dramatic expression associated with them.

Its poetry is shaped by an atmosphere of intimacy and reverie.

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Works for piano adhering to this idiom were written by Clementi , Ries, Szymanowska , Kalkbrenner , Schumann and Liszt , among others, but it was Chopin, above all, who raised the nocturne to the pinnacle of poetry, becoming its most celebrated master. He composed nocturnes over many years: the first date from and , the last from , or even-taking account of a different dating-from to Eighteen nocturnes were published by the composer in the following opuses: 9, 15, 27, 32, 37, 48, 55 and Why is she convinced of this? Does Tibor?

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Introduction One of the most celebrated writers of our time gives us his first cycle of short fiction: five brilliantly etched, interconnected stories in which music is a vivid and essential character. Here is a fragile, once famous singer, turning his back on the one thing he loves; a music junky with little else to offer his friends but opinion; a songwriter who inadvertently breaks up a marriage; a jazz musician who thinks the answer to his career lies in changing his physical appearance; and a young cellist whose tutor has devised a remarkable way to foster his talent. Passion or necessity—or the often uneasy combination of the two—determines the place of music in each of these lives. And, in one way or another, music delivers each of them to an epiphany: sometimes comic, sometimes tragic, sometimes eluding their grasp.