Poem Nocturne: Riffs Patty Seyburn Each night at midnight, a northern wind finds the bedroom window and strikes the harp’s strings to awaken King David. He calls God, “midnight.” Chopin wrote 21 of them. Ignace Leybach remembered only for his fifth. Faure, Scriabin, Satie, Poulenc. Debussy. Shostakovich. Mendelssohn. Have a...
The full content of this article is available to active subscribers only.Subscribe Now
Please Login OR