Nocturnes (Field)

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Irish composer John Field's Nocturnes (1782–1837) for piano are known for being the first nocturnes ever written. The work consists of 16 separate nocturnes.

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This list is arranged according to Hopkinson numbers, introduced in the 1961 catalogue by Cecil Hopkinson.

  • H 24 – Nocturne for piano No. 1 in E-flat major – 1812
  • H 25 – Nocturne for piano No. 2 in C minor – 1812
  • H 26 – Nocturne for piano No. 3 in A-flat major – 1812
  • H 30 – Nocturne for piano No. 9 "Romance" in E-flat major – 1816
  • H 36 – Nocturne for piano No. 4 in A major – 1817
  • H 37 – Nocturne for piano No. 5 in B-flat major – 1817
  • H 40 – Nocturne for piano No. 6 "Cradle Song" in F major – 1817
  • H 45 – Nocturne for piano No. 7 (13) in C major – 1821
  • H 46 – Nocturne for piano No. 8 (9) in E minor – 1821
  • H 54 – Nocturne for piano No. 10 in E minor – 1829
  • H 56 – Nocturne for piano No. 11 in E-flat major – 1832
  • H 58 – Nocturne for piano No. 12 (14) in G major – 1822
  • H 59 – Nocturne for piano No. 13 (15) "Dernière Pensée" in D minor – 1834
  • H 60 – Nocturne for piano No. 14 (16) in C major – 1835
  • H 61 – Nocturne for piano No. 15 (17) in C major – 1836
  • H 62 – Nocturne for piano No. 16 (18) in F major – 1836

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