aure (1845 – 1924) was a French composer who won the Prix de Rome in 1857 and 1859 with his cantatas “La mort d’Adonis” and “Hécube.” Faure wrote two books of piano works in 1879 and 1880, respectively: “Messe de Requiem,” ten pieces for solo piano; and the “Piano Works,” which includes Nocturne No.1-3, Op.33. Faure’s “Nocturnes” are much more than just compositions with a poetic theme such as Faure’s opus 19 “Nocturnes,” which he labeled as a “poem for piano.” Faure’s Nocturnes are, in fact, musical masterpieces that have been been played all over the world and have been used to accompany many literary works. Faure’s Nocturnes often tell stories within themselves because of Faure’s use of specific harmonies or rhythms that are heard in Faure’s Nocturne No.1-3, Op.33. Faure’s Nocturnes are also meant to be appreciated by many different people because the way Flore’s piano music is composed provides an excellent foundation for Faure to write his melodies and harmonies on top of, thus allowing Faure’s Nocturnes to be played by many different people.
James Taylor – Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight Piano Sheet Music James Taylor wrote “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight” five days after finishing another song on his debut album, James Taylor. James Taylor was released in 1968 under the record label Apple Records. James Taylor took two years to record this song and