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La Plus Que Lente (Valse) [Piano Sheet Music] (Durand S.A.

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His first compositions, written at age 13, were mostly marches, fiddle tunes, and church songs. Fêtes explodes with some wonderfully vital playing and the recording exposes every detail analytically, like a newly cleaned painting. Another significant influence, somewhat unique, and deriving at least partially from Chabrier, is that of Erik Satie, which has had appreciable effect upon Debussy, myself, and indeed most of the modern French composers.

Debussy -- Petite Suite (Alfred Masterwork Edition)

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In 1827, he attended a performance of Shakespeare’s Othello and Romeo and Juliet where he became infatuated with Harriet Smithson, an actress in both performances, whom he later married. This period was not without its own emotional struggles, though, because of his painful and difficult separation from The Five and the increased popularity of Tchaikovsky’s works brought on by his increased public appearances with the composer. Thus M�lisande's second line, �Ne me touchez pas o� je me jette a l'eau� (literally: �Don't touch me or I'll throw myself into the water�) is given in the Schirmer libretto as �No, no touch me not or I shall throw me in,� which, in order to preserve the rhythm, not only sacrifices the grace and ease of the original for a stilted awkwardness but utterly distorts M�lisande's disarmingly na�ve and plain-spoken character.

Pagodes (from Estampes) (Kalmus Edition)

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One of the foremost composers for piano in history, Chopin explored possibilities on the instrument and greatly expanded its range of expression. Debussy's music is often associated with the contemporary impressionist movement in painting, and his approach shares some characteristics of this style. "The primary aim of French music," Claude Debussy wrote in 1904, "is to give pleasure." Alicia Crossley, one of Australia's leading recorder players, performs transcriptions for recorder.

Nocturnes: Study Score [A3070]

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Along with Maurice Ravel, he was one of the most prominent figures working within the field of impressionist music, though he himself intensely disliked the term when applied to his compositions. I will answer it from experience and ear rather than from obvious information anyone can find on the internet... Martha Argerich: The Complete Sony Classical Recordings - Various Composers / Martha Argerich, piano Works: Sergey Prokofiev: Sonata in D major, Op. 94; César Franck: Sonata for flute & piano in A major (arr. from "Sonata for violin & piano"); Sonata for Violin and Piano in A major, M 8; Robert Schu...

DEBUSSY - TWO PIECES CLARINET AND PIANO (MACKIE)

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Piano solo: Pr�ludes Book 1 & 2, Estampes, Images 1 & 2, Suite Bergamasque (incl. Gioachino Rossini triumphed in Vienna in 1822, where he met Beethoven again. As the winner of the 1884 Prix de Rome with his composition L'Enfant prodigue, he received a scholarship to the Académie des Beaux-Arts, which included a four-year residence at the Villa Medici, the French Academy in Rome, to further his studies (1885–1887). James Horner borrows heavily from the structure of this piece for "Charging Fort Wagner" in the 1989 film "Glory." www.kickassclassical.com.

La fille aux cheveux de lin (The Girl with the Flaxen Hair)

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Exotic Exhibition, 1889: At the Paris World’s Fair, Debussy heard a Javanese gamelan (tuned percussion orchestra), which helped lead him away from traditional musical forms and sounds. Text: Léon Valade derived from the poemes by Heinrich Heine. III/211: first group Driven by a new permutation of the quaver triplets that have provided so much of the dynamism in this movement. After his time at the Paris Opera, he worked as the Head of Music Production for French Radio for 18 years.

Pélleas et Mélisande. [Vocal score] Drame lyrique en 5 actes

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It is worth taking a trip out fromTauranga, or beyond, to experience it. Roy Howat, for instance, has published a book contending that Debussy's works are structured around mathematical models even while using an apparent classical structure such as sonata form. He studied composition with Joseph Haydn in Vienna, Austria, where he was also a concert pianist. Debussy, Claude (1862–1918) French Modern. Some of the terms covered include: cantatas, Kapellmeister, Kantor, and the Well-Tempered Clavier.

Preludes, Vol 1 (Kalmus Edition)

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This does not mean that La mer was Debussy's one experiment with the language of the Franckian symphony. and then full-bloodedly restates the chorale motif of the first movement's coda. he uses modest levels of recapitulation in the second for structural turning points. A good tip would be to 'practise' away from the piano, by running through the piece in your head, with your score, and hearing it the way you want it to sound, so when you get back to the piano, you know what you want to produce.

Debussy -- Preludes, Bk 1 (Alfred Masterwork Edition)

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Read less Featured Claude Debussy CDs & DVDs: Though best known for his orchestral music, Debussy first made his name with his piano scores. Among his contemporaries, he particularly appreciated Schönberg, while his historical taste preferred Bellini to Verdi, did not appreciate Brahms (he once called the theme of the Fourth Symphony "a terrible waltz") and considered Mozart the greatest of all. All of the following Debussy recordings are provided free courtesy of the artist.

Rêverie (Arrangement for theatre orchestra): Keyboard

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Drigo's score for Les Millions d’Arlequin spawned a popular repertory piece, the Serenade, which the composer later adapted into the song Notturno d'Amour for Beniamino Gigli. He wrote approximately 650 songs in the sixteen years of his career. That last, the storm, is the thread between each movement; trembling strings convey the calm before a storm and the anxious wait as we prepare for it. Around this time, Debussy met Erik Satie, who proved a kindred spirit in his experimental approach to composition and to naming his pieces.
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