The Nocturne in E minor, Op. 72 was composed for solo piano by Frédéric Chopin in 1827 and was published in 1855. The piece showcases an unbroken line of quaver triplets on the left hand against a slow melody of minim, crotchets, quaver duplets and triplet and consist of 57 bars with the tempo given as Andante, 69bpm.
Bar 1: Introduction, First Subject.
Bar 2-9: Theme A, in E minor.
Bar 10-17: Variation on theme A, beginning with octaves in the right hand.
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Bar 18-22: Interlude
Bar 23-30: Theme B, in B major, consisting of a four bar phrase, repeated with variation, Second Subject.
Bar 31-38: Heavily ornamented variation on A, in E minor, First Subject again.
Bar 39-46: Variation on theme A, beginning with octaves in the right hand.
Bar 47-54: Theme B, modulated to E major, Second Subject again.
Bar 55-57: Coda in E major.