"Chanson de nuit," Op. 15 No. 1, is a romantic composition for violin and piano by the English composer Edward Elgar. It was composed in 1889, during a time when Elgar was still establishing himself as a composer. The piece is part of a set of two, the other being "Chanson de matin," which was composed shortly after.
"Chanson de nuit" was an instant success upon its release, and it quickly became one of Elgar's most popular works. It has been transcribed for various instruments and has been performed by countless musicians over the years. The piece remains a beloved gem of the romantic repertoire and is sure to continue to captivate audiences for generations to come.
Here is an arrangement for violin and string orchestra
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