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Debussy

(Achille) Claude . 1862--1918, French composer and critic, the creator of impressionism in music and a profound influence on contemporary composition. His works include Pr?lude ? l'apr?s- midi d'un faune (1894) and La Mer (1905) for orchestra, the opera Pell?as et M?lisande (1902), and many piano pieces and song settings
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drew Debussy and Ravel together ii artistic sympathy, and what drove theni apart later?
During those years Debussy was living through the German occupation of France and fighting his own battle against the cancer that eventually took his life.
I'll be freshening Debussy up and aiming him at the Breeders' Cup Turf as he seems suited by a turning, left-handed track," Gosden told At The Races.
It actually is nice music, but it just seems to lack the inspiration to be found in the music of Debussy.
Debussy is all about atmosphere and color and tone; Bach, of course, is all about shape, order and rigor.
The project to understand Debussy and his music--largely collective--began with Numero special consacre a la memoire de Claude Debussy, ed.
Maeterlinck was so displeased at the choice of Scottish-American soprano Mary Garden for the role of Melisande that he threatened to punch Debussy.
Comparison of the Morgan and Juilliard manuscripts reveals differences not in the structure of the melodie as much as in the subtle refinements Debussy made in the writing for voice and piano.
Debussy also creates a strong impression of unity between the two books.
Saturday's concert is titled "Shifting Seasons: The Colors and Moods of Debussy, Franck and Brahms.
Debussy, at the age of 22 years, won the Grand Prix de Rome with his cantata L'Enfant prodigue (The Prodigal Child), the Independent reports.
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