Frederic Chopin

Frederic Chopin

Chopin Nocturnes Opus 9/Number 2

From Wikisource

Jump to navigation
Jump to search

← Nocturne in B-flat minor, Op. 9, No. 1
Chopin Nocturnes Opus 9  (1833) 
Frédéric Chopin (Kistner edition)
Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, No. 2
Nocturne in B major, Op. 9, No. 3 →
    list-style-type:none; list-style-image:none; list-style-position:outside; border:1px solid #AAA; float:right; clear:right; margin:0.5ex 0.5ex 0.5ex 0.5ex; padding:0.0ex 0.0ex 0.0ex 0.0ex; background:#FFFFFF; background-color:#FFFFFF;”>

  • Sister Projects. sister projects : Wikipedia article , Wikidata item .
Chopin Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2 (Kistner) (3 min 23 sec, help | file info or download )

This sound file is derived from the Kistner edition rendered below, and corrects notation errors present in the original.

2409899 Chopin Nocturnes Opus 9 — Nocturne in E-flat major, Op. 9, No. 2 Frédéric Chopin (Kistner edition)1833

2d

NOCTURNE.

Page 1Page 2Page 3Page 4

This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.

 
Public domainPublic domainfalsefalse

Retrieved from ” https://en.wikisource.org/w/index.php?title=Chopin_Nocturnes_Opus_9/Number_2&oldid=7228598 ”
Categories :

  • 1833 works
  • PD-old
Hidden category:

  • Pages with override author

Navigation menu

Personal tools

  • Not logged in
  • Talk
  • Contributions
  • Create account
  • Log in

Namespaces

  • Page
  • Discussion

Variants

    Views

    • Read
    • Edit
    • View history

    More


      Navigation

      • Main Page
      • Community portal
      • Central discussion
      • Recent changes
      • Subject index
      • Authors
      • Random work
      • Random author
      • Random transcription
      • Help
      • Donate

      Display Options

        Tools

        • What links here
        • Related changes
        • Special pages
        • Permanent link
        • Page information
        • Wikidata item
        • Cite this page

        Download/print

        • Create a book
        • Download as PDF
        • Printable version

        In other languages

          Add links

          • This page was last edited on 1 February 2018, at 09:32.
          • Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License ; additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.
          • Privacy policy
          • About Wikisource
          • Disclaimers
          • Developers
          • Cookie statement
          • Mobile view
          • Wikimedia Foundation
          • Powered by MediaWiki

          MuseScore
          • Browse
          • Community
          Go Pro

          Upload
          Log
          In

          Page 1 /
          1
          Measure 1 / 9

          00:00


          Speed

          Instruments

          Chopin – Nocturne Op 9 No 2 (E Flat Major)

          Rodila

          161,409views

          |

          1,515 favorites
          |

          27 comments


          Share

          Favorite

          Share

          Choose where you want to share:















          Link to this page


          Embed on your site

          Download this score

          The score can be downloaded in the format of your preference:

          MuseScore

          Open in MuseScore

          PDF

          View and print

          MusicXML

          Open in various software

          MIDI

          Open in editors and sequencers

          MP3

          Listen to this score

          Your download has started. Having troubles
          downloading? Try again

          Rodila worked hard on this score.

          Want to give something back?
          Give a small token of appreciation!

          Send a reward

          Your download has started. Having troubles
          downloading? Try again

          More of this, please?

          Follow to get notified when Rodila has uploaded new scores.

          Or give a reward instead

          Print

          To print parts, please upgrade to a Pro account first.

          Go Pro

          Select part


          Why am I seeing this?


          Uploaded on Aug 14, 2017

          Frederic Chopin
          Nocturne Op 9 No 2
          E Flat Major / Mi Majeur

          Score complete and verified, with all annotations.

          Chopin
          Frederic Chopin
          Nocturnes
          Nocturne
          Op 9
          No 2
          E Flat Major
          Mi Majeur

          Pages4
          Duration03:40
          Measures38
          Key signature3 flats
          Parts1
          Part namesPiano
          Privacy Everyone can see this score
          License Attribution

          Show more
          Show less


          Your comment


          Comments

          [user=5891891]Francis_[/user]

          • Reply

          Francis_

          Dec 1, 2018
          page 3

          Great work. A couple of thoughts:
          Bar 29: The doted minim/half note on the RH should be a sol/F.
          Bars 16 and 24 (see annotation): the tuplets at the 6th quaver/eighth should be marked 5, not 3.

          Great work. A couple of thoughts:
          Bar 29: The doted minim/half note on the RH should be a sol/F.
          Bars 16 and 24 (see annotation): the tuplets at the 6th quaver/eighth should be marked 5, not 3.

          [user=30431816]eivaremir[/user]

          • Reply

          eivaremir

          Nov 28, 2018

          in 3rd compass, I see a symbol with "12341" up, what does that exactly mean or how is it called? Im such an expert in music theory

          in 3rd compass, I see a symbol with “12341” up, what does that exactly mean or how is it called? I’m such an expert in music theory

          [user=28377981]The_Fortissimo[/user]

          • Reply

          The_Fortissimo

          Nov 12, 2018

          I looked up "E." and this is what came up.

          I looked up “E.” and this is what came up.

          [user=24241976]aightcool[/user]

          • Reply

          aightcool

          Nov 8, 2018

          shoulda doubled down and said if i dont copy paste my family dies

          shoulda doubled down and said if i dont copy paste my family dies

          [user=30123835]Final Seconds[/user]

          • Reply

          Final Seconds

          Oct 29, 2018

          Awesome job. Thank you

          Awesome job. Thank you

          [user=29887550]lucatomiatti1[/user]

          • Reply

          lucatomiatti1

          Oct 5, 2018

          Será que é bom??

          Será que é bom??

          [user=27827438]gabriellaz21[/user]

          • Reply

          gabriellaz21

          Sep 24, 2018

          seems a bit fast

          seems a bit fast

          [user=7607621]Lilpupcake[/user]

          • Reply

          Lilpupcake

          Sep 10, 2018

          How do you play the little squiggles in measure 5?

          How do you play the little squiggles in measure 5?

          [user=13953726]dogwars[/user]

          • Reply

          dogwars

          Sep 13, 2018

          Its called an upper mordent. Generally, you play the note beneath the symbol, an adjacent one, and then the first note again, all in quick succession. So on measure 5, for example, you would play F-G- F. You can look it up on google for more information if you need to.

          It’s called an upper mordent. Generally, you play the note beneath the symbol, an adjacent one, and then the first note again, all in quick succession. So on measure 5, for example, you would play F-G- F. You can look it up on google for more information if you need to.

          [user=28708864]sania02[/user]

          • Reply

          sania02

          Sep 23, 2018

          isnt it just a trill?

          isn’t it just a trill?

          [user=13953726]dogwars[/user]

          • Reply

          dogwars

          Nov 15, 2018

          Not exactly as a mordent is only one alternation of the notes while a trill is generally many rapid alternations between those notes.

          Not exactly as a mordent is only one alternation of the notes while a trill is generally many rapid alternations between those notes.

          [user=7607621]Lilpupcake[/user]

          • Reply

          Lilpupcake

          Sep 15, 2018

          Oh coolio, thanks man

          Oh coolio, thanks man

          [user=28715628]shadzciao[/user]

          • Reply

          shadzciao

          Aug 11, 2018

          This piece was played in Hetalia once!

          This piece was played in Hetalia once!

          [user=29345483]Roosevelt isn’t a rooster[/user]

          • Reply

          Roosevelt isn’t a rooster

          Jul 29, 2018

          Hahaha, very funny Hanna.

          Hahaha, very funny Hanna.

          [user=28908744]Lady Mischievous[/user]

          • Reply

          Lady Mischievous

          Oct 3, 2018

          I think not only once, my friend 🙂

          I think not only once, my friend 🙂

          [user=29270288]Nguyễn Thái An[/user]

          • Reply

          Nguyễn Thái An

          Jul 17, 2018
          page 3

          how to play the part in line 28 with 2 flats??? i cant understand how pls help me

          how to play the part in line 28 with 2 flats??? i can’t understand how pls help me

          [user=4247211]martianmars[/user]

          • Reply

          martianmars

          Jul 26, 2018

          its called a double flat, which means you just go down another half step from the first flat, or two half steps from the original note. so b double flat = a natural

          it’s called a double flat, which means you just go down another half step from the first flat, or two half steps from the original note. so b double flat = a natural

          [user=29270288]Nguyễn Thái An[/user]

          • Reply

          Nguyễn Thái An

          Jul 17, 2018

          tks. this is the best!

          tks. this is the best!

          [user=28539879]anonymousPianist[/user]

          • Reply

          anonymousPianist

          Jul 8, 2018

          what does the sign in the third measure mean (the sideways s with 14321) mean?

          what does the sign in the third measure mean (the sideways s with 14321) mean?

          [user=10104596]rachiez[/user]

          • Reply

          rachiez

          Jul 12, 2018

          thats a turn, a type of ornamentation to play around that note

          that’s a turn, a type of ornamentation to play around that note

          [user=28963313]acinonyxjubatus[/user]

          • Reply

          acinonyxjubatus

          Jun 9, 2018

          hi hi hi hi peeps

          hi hi hi hi peeps

          [user=14145916]MissThorson[/user]

          • Reply

          MissThorson

          Jun 6, 2018

          Wow. This is the demo song on my electric keyboard… I never knew it was this song

          Wow. This is the demo song on my electric keyboard… I never knew it was this song

          [user=27737502]Konstantin Ranisavljević[/user]

          • Reply

          Konstantin Ranisavljević

          May 29, 2018

          Finnaly I found this..THANKS SO MUCH!!!!

          Finnaly I found this..THANKS SO MUCH!!!!

          [user=3643236]toyongbanatero[/user]

          • Reply

          toyongbanatero

          May 20, 2018

          Awesome!

          Awesome!

          [user=27249596]cherrygalvan[/user]

          • Reply

          cherrygalvan

          Apr 2, 2018

          Its beautiful! Thankyou!

          It’s beautiful! Thankyou!

          [user=27572169]131312312312312[/user]

          • Reply

          131312312312312

          Jan 17, 2018

          https://www.ebay.com/i/131871196500?chn=ps

          https://www.ebay.com/i/131871196500?chn=ps

          [user=7911806]Simon Rutten[/user]

          • Reply

          Simon Rutten

          Nov 26, 2017

          thaaaaaaaank you for the finger placement aswel!!!!!!

          thaaaaaaaank you for the finger placement aswel!!!!!!

          Help us to improve
          Musescore

          Take our survey!