||Nocturne in E flat major, Op. 9, No. 2. This popular nocturne is in rondo form, although the first episode repeats in a more ornamented manner before the commencement of the second, with every further repeat employing the ornamentation. Thus the form can be written A A' B A' B A' C. Unusually for a rondo, the tempo is andante, giving a tender, floating melody. The last episode takes the somewhat unorthodox senza tempo (without time) in the penultimate bar. This piece can often be heard in various films, TV programs, and advertisements.