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21-30 of 69 videos of music composed by Claude Debussy

Debussy - The Girl With The Flaxen Hair
Debussy - The Girl With The Flaxen Hair Debussy's famous work, "The Girl with the Flaxen hair," arranged for extended seven string classical guitar. For recordings, transcriptions, concert schedules, etc., visit www.cambium.com
Gaby Casadesus plays Debussy Pour le Piano
Gaby Casadesus plays Debussy Pour le Piano I. Prélude II. Sarabande III. Toccata american recordings '40s Gaby Casadesus (August 9, 1901 - November 12, 1999) was a French classical pianist and teacher born in Marseilles, France. She was married to the famous French pianist Robert Casadesus, and their son Jean Casadesus was also a notable pianist. Born Gaby l'Hôte, she studied at the Paris Conservatory with Louis Diémer and Marguerite Long and was awarded the first prize in piano at the age of 16. She met Claude Debussy at this time, as he was the judge for one of her competitions. She was also friendly with Debussy's daughter Claude-Emma who died soon after of diphtheria. Gaby later won the Prix Pagès, which was the most prestigious award in France at the time for which women were eligible. In 1921 she married the pianist Robert Casadesus, with whom she founded the Robert and Gaby Casadesus duo. The duo made many recordings of the four-hand piano repertoire. However, Gaby was also a significant soloist. She knew Maurice Ravel, Gabriel Fauré, Florent Schmitt and Moritz Moszkowski, and her interpretations were aided by their guidance. Her repertoire also included Felix Mendelssohn, whose music she effectively championed, and the keyboard composers of the Baroque era. As a teacher, Gaby Casadesus taught in the US, at the Salzburg Mozarteum, at the Académie Maurice Ravel in Saint-Jean de Luz and at the American Conservatoire at Fontainebleau. Among her notable pupils are Donna Amato, David Deveau, Rudy Toth, and ...
Claude Debussy - Deux Arabesque on piano
Claude Debussy - Deux Arabesque on piano Achille-Claude Debussy (1862-1918) was a French composer. Along with Maurice Ravel, he is considered 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. Debussy was not only among the most important of all French composers but also was a central figure in all European music at the turn of the twentieth century. Debussy's music virtually defines the transition from late-Romantic music to twentieth century modernist music. In French literary circles, the style of this period was known as Symbolism, a movement that directly inspired Debussy both as a composer and as an active cultural participant. (From wikipedia) I made a slideshow to my piano playing, enjoy!
Clair de Lune - Claude Debussy - Piano
Clair de Lune - Claude Debussy - Piano Full speed. I've improved the audio as best I could. FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com TWITTER: twitter.com Download Synthesia: www.synthesiagame.com
Claire de Lune
Claire de Lune Piece: Clair de Lune (1890) Composer: Claude Debussy (1862-1918) Performer : Michael Warner (2005) 11/2009-update : My brother played this piece flawlessly infront of a 300+ people at my grandfather's funeral 10/2009. I wish I could have recorded it. This recording does not do this piece justice as the dynamics are way off. He is also a lot better since four more years of practice.
Debussy: Arabesque I (1888)
Debussy: Arabesque I (1888) Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918) Complete music for piano solo (in chronological order) Deux Arabesque : Arabesque I (1888)
Claude Debussy: La Mer - First Movement
Claude Debussy: La Mer - First Movement La mer, trois esquisses symphoniques pour orchestre (French for The sea, three symphonic sketches for orchestra), or simply La Mer (ie The Sea), is an orchestral composition (L 109) by the French impressionist composer Claude Debussy. It was started in 1903 in France and completed in 1905 on the English Channel coast in Eastbourne. The premiere was given by the Lamoureux Orchestra under the direction of Camille Chevillard on 15 October 1905 in Paris. The piece was initially not well received - partly because of inadequate rehearsal and partly because of Parisian outrage over Debussy's having recently left his first wife for the singer Emma Bardac[citation needed]. But it soon became one of Debussy's most admired and frequently performed orchestral works, and has become more so in the ensuing century.- wikipedia enjoy ;)
Claude Debussy : Printemps, suite symphonique (1887) - Homage to gre
Claude Debussy : Printemps, suite symphonique (1887) - Homage to gre Homage to great Youtubers : cmlwhcl Claude Debussy (1862-1918) (France) : « Printemps », suite symphonique (1887) Dir : Louis de Froment 1- Très modéré (9.22) 2- Modéré (5.49) Créé le 4 novembre 2010, la chaîne « cmlwhcl » a cessé son activité cinq mois après sa création, son animateur ayant réussi à mettre en ligne toute sa collection de vinyles, soit un total de 493 vidéos. Tous les styles classiques, romantiques et post-romantiques sont représentés, d'Adrian Le Roy (1520-1598) à Dmitri Chostakovitch (1906-1975), en passant par Mozart, Vivaldi, Hindemith ou Villa-Lobos. Dans ce répertoire équilibré nous vous recommandons tout particulièrement : la « Symphony n° 40 » (1788) de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; La « Symphonie Inachevée » (1822) de Franz Schubert ; La « Rhapsodie hongroise n°2 pour orchestre » (1847) de Franz Liszt ; La « Symphonie n°3 pour orgue et orchestre » (1886) de Camille Saint-Saens ; « Scheherazade » (1888) de Nikolas Rimski-Korsakov ; « Finlandia » (1899) de Jean Sibelius ; Les « Trois Nocturnes pour orchestre » (1899) de Claude Debussy ; Le « Concerto pour piano et orchestre n°2 » (1901) de Sergei Rachmaninov ; Le « Cygne de Tuonela » (1895) et la « Valse triste » (1906) de Jean Sibelius ; Les « Fontaines de Rome » (1916) et les « Pins de Rome » (1924) d'Ottorino Respighi ; le « Concerto pour violon n°1 » (1917) de Karol Szymanovski ; Le « Concerto pour deux pianos » (1932) de Francis Poulenc ; La « Sinfonia da Requiem » (1940) et les « Quatre ...
Claude Debussy - Reverie (Original)
Claude Debussy - Reverie (Original) A video I made with Claude Debussy's Reverie (new video). Achille-Claude Debussy (August 22, 1862 March 25, 1918) was a French composer. Along with Maurice Ravel, he is considered 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. Debussy is not only among the most important of all French composers; he was also a central figure in European music at the turn of the twentieth century. His music is noted for its sensory component and how it is not often formed around one key or pitch. Often Debussy's work reflected the activities or turbulence in his own life. His music virtually defines the transition from late-Romantic music to twentieth century modernist music. In French literary circles, the style of this period was known as Symbolism, a movement that directly inspired Debussy both as a composer and as an active cultural participant.
Clair de lune - Debussy
Clair de lune - Debussy "No hay teoría, simplemente escucha. La fantasía es la ley." "There isn´t theory, only listen. The fantasy is the law." Claude Debussy This song was used in films: -Fantasia -Pinnocchio -Beauty and the Beast(La bella y la bestia) -Aladin -Seven years in Tibet -Oceans eleven/ oceans thirteen -... And: -In Stephenie Meyer´s novel "Twilight"
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