In English, the title means 'Morning Song' or 'Song of the Morning'. It is the second piece in the opus 15 set, following Chanson de Nuit. Unlike the first song, this one does not appear to have a dedication. Both are written in G major and are comparable in beauty, simplicity, and very slight difficulty to Elgar's Salute D'Amour, Although they aren't nearly as often performed.
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