Debussy


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French composer who is said to have created Impressionism in music (1862-1918)

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En la musicalizacion de la poesia verliniana Claire de lune (1892) Debussy recurre a toda esa gama de modalidades menores que sugieren los diversos colores utilizados por los poetas para la media luz.
With Clifton Forbis and Christine Brewer as the ill-fated lovers and music by Berg, Debussy or Saariaho preceding each act.
As is so often the case with presents, there were lots of surprises - the Debussy Estampes were particularly delightful - and, it has to be said, one disappointment.
They can also import Synopsys PrimeTime timing analysis reports into Debussy and Verdi.
Prior to this recent agreement, Hitachi utilized Debussy on a number of designs and experienced significant productivity improvements.
David Grayson's conclusions constitute further evidence that current thinking about Debussy has moved well beyond the parameters set by that old debate.
Thus David Michael Hertz is not content to argue that 'the strongest precursors for Ives's keyboard music - Beethoven, Liszt, Chopin, Scriabin, and Debussy - were in Europe'.
Grownups," writes Claude Debussy in 1901, "tend to forget that as children they were forbidden to open the insides of their dolls.
Debussy is identified with musical impressionism, although he preferred to call himself simply musicien francais.
Invited speakers - composer Julian Anderson and musicologist Paul Griffiths - joined Birmingham Contemporary Music Group's artistic director Stephan Meier to unpick threads between the legacy of Claude Debussy, whose 2018 anniversary festival will feature two BCMG concerts, and an array of contemporary piano works played sensitively by Richard Uttley.
This film is not unique in attempting to reveal the enigmatic character of Claude Debussy through his writings and the recollections of his contemporaries.
Since their publication in 1910 and 1913, the two volumes of Preludes by Claude Debussy have been among the mainstays of the performing and teaching repertoire.
The "Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp" is one of three sonatas Claude Debussy completed between 1915 and 1917, very late in his career.
ISTANBUL, Jul 10, 2011 (TUR) -- International musicians will take stage in Istanbul every month from October 2011 till June 2012 to commemorate French composer Claude Achille Debussy.