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  1. Night Music grabbed me from start to finish, despite being pretty understated as novels go. One thing I do want to warn you guys about is that, despite what the description of the book says, I would not call Night Music a romantic comedy. This book is great and it is a romance, but it's not a comedy/5.
  2. Night Music () 1min | Short An experimental short film of flashing images made by Stan Brakhage.6/10().
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  4. Nocturne, (French: “Nocturnal”), in music, a composition inspired by, or evocative of, the night, and cultivated in the 19th century primarily as a character piece for piano. The form originated with the Irish composer John Field, who published the first set of nocturnes in , and reached its.
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  6. Mar 19,  · “Blending first love, music, and one seriously swoony summer in New York, Night Music is a perfect symphony. I loved it.” —Rachel Hawkins, author of Royals “Thorne keeps a complex plot moving This is a timely and romantic story about teens who feel like fish out of water finding the person who understands them.”/5(14).
  7. After decades of being out of print and not issued on CD, the Elektra Musician series of recordings are slowly being trickled back into the marketplace, with Woody Shaw's Night Music being one of his strongest efforts in the latter days of the fiery, iconic trumpeter's brilliant career. A live recording at the Jazz Forum in New York City, Shaw's saxophone-less sextet sports an incredible front 8/
  8. Night Music (Original, Play, Drama, Broadway) opened in New York City Feb 22, and played through Mar 9,
  9. Night music is a musical style of the Hungarian composer Béla Bartók which he used mostly in slow movements of multi-movement ensemble or orchestra compositions in his mature period. It is characterized by "eerie dissonances providing a backdrop to sounds of nature and lonely melodies.".

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