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Claude Debussy (1862-1918): "La cathédrale engloutie"
Claude Debussy (1862-1918): "La cathédrale engloutie" The composer Claude Debussy needs little introduction. As a pianist, he was noted for his avoidance of the crisp, dry and articulated style which typified French pianism of the nineteenth century. His style of playing was simple, highly tone-conscious and completely uncluttered by over-expressive angst. This piece is number ten in the first book of Préludes. The recording is a piano roll recording made by Debussy for Welte in 1913 (just three years after the work was composed). The piano rolls for Welte are amongst the most accurate we have, conveying the original performed dynamics, attack and pedalling rather faithfully, and when a good roll is played on a properly conditioned piano, the problems of dubious rhythmic bumpiness which infect many roll playbacks can vanish. This rendition seems as fine as we could hope for. Debussy makes important changes to the music here, doubling the tempo when bars are notated in 3/2 (the prevailing tempo being 6/4).
Claude Debussy (1862-1918): "La plus que lente"
Claude Debussy (1862-1918): "La plus que lente" The composer Claude Debussy needs little introduction. As a pianist, he was noted for his avoidance of the crisp, dry and articulated style which typified French pianism of the nineteenth century. His style of playing was simple, highly tone-conscious and completely uncluttered by over-expressive angst. The recording is a piano roll recording made by Debussy for Welte in 1913 (just three years after the work was composed). The piano rolls for Welte are amongst the most accurate we have, conveying the original performed dynamics, attack and pedalling rather faithfully, and when a good roll is played on a properly conditioned piano, the problems of dubious rhythmic bumpiness which infect many roll playbacks can vanish. This rendition seems as fine as we could hope for. This work, "La plus que lente", is a very slow waltz of sorts, composed in 1910.
The Girl with the Flaxen Hair (Claude Debussy)
The Girl with the Flaxen Hair (Claude Debussy) FACEBOOK www.facebook.com BLOGSPOT tonyrclef.blogspot.com EMAIL tonyrclef@gmail.com Album "tony r clef - tuesday afternoon" on Itunes "The Girl with the Flaxen Hair (La fille aux cheveux de lin)" by Claude Debussy Arrangement by Jack Marshall Taylor NS54-CE, hybrid classical
Ocean's 11 - Claude Debussy
Ocean's 11 - Claude Debussy Music from the movie Ocean's Eleven. Claire De Lune - Claude Debussy
Claude Debussy - Reverie (Good quality)
Claude Debussy - Reverie (Good quality) Claude Debussy - Reverie. Performed by Francois-Joël Thiollier. I didn't manage to find a proper sample of this piece on YouTube, thus this upload. I enjoy this play a lot and I hope you will as well :)
Beau Soir by Claude Debussy poem by Paul Bourget
Beau Soir by Claude Debussy poem by Paul Bourget "Beau Soir" is a French art song written by Claude Debussy. It is a setting of a poem by Paul Bourget. Debussy was seventeen or eighteen when he wrote this song (ca.1880), and his music was marked by the aesthetics of the period. Sung here by Christian Tatonetti Lorsque au soleil couchant les rivières sont roses Et qu'un tiède frisson court sur les champs de blé, Un conseil d'être heureux semble sortir des choses Et monter vers le coeur troublé. Un conseil de goûter le charme d'être au monde Cependant qu'on est jeune et que le soir est beau, Car nous nous en allons, comme s'en va cette onde: Elle à la mer, nous au tombeau. "Beau Soir" has been recorded by many singers, including Barbra Streisand (on her album Classical Barbra), Maggie Teyte, Jean Stilwell, Véronique Gens,Christian Tatonetti (seen on this video) Giuseppe de Luca, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, and Jessye Norman Christian Tatonetti was born in Montreal. itunes.apple.com Helived for ten year son Salt Spring Island, and now resides in Victoria. This innovative musician plays sitar, piano and is currently studying classical singing at the Victoria Conservatory of Music with the illustrious soprano Nancy Argenta. He won first prize for best original song at "Le Gala Provincial de laChanson" in British-Columbia in 2002. He was awarded "Best Singer Interpreter" at the same Provincial competition in 2004. Christian also joined Théâtre Inconnu for their production of ''Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris ...
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.
Claude Debussy - Clair de lune
Claude Debussy - Clair de lune A beautiful piece from a great french composer, Claude Debussy
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 ;)
Arabesque by Claude Debussy performed by Paul Welch of FMera
Arabesque by Claude Debussy performed by Paul Welch of FMera The classical piano piece, Arabesque composed by Claude Debussy performed by myslef, Paul Welch of FMera. This is just an interpretation of mine in which I take creative freedom. I in no way intend this to be any sort of 'official' way of playing the song. Please go easy on me, I know I'm not the best pianist in the world :(
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