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Category Archives: Claude Debussy
This is Debussy’s beautiful “Reverie” written in 1890 with a dream like motif which recurs and evolves with rich textures , exotic harmonies and two against three rhythms in the key of F major. “Reverie” is a great impressionistic solo...
Clair de Lune: This is one of the most famous movements from Debussy’s Suite Bergamasque which comes from a poem that means “moonlight”. This impressionistic work shares a common motif with Debussy’s previous two movements and is a beautiful piano … Continue reading
Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum: A beautiful lively piece from Debussy’s “Suite for Piano” containing rubato and a slower middle section with aesthetical modulations which return to the main theme. This is a great piece for the late intermediate student. Download … Continue reading
Debussy Arabesque No. 1: This beautiful impressionistic arabesque ( in the key of E Major ) was composed by Debussy in his late twenties when he was developing his musical style. The advanced pianist will enjoy playing this reflective spring … Continue reading
Clair de Lune: This is my arrangement in the key of C Major of Claude Debussy’s famous “Clair De Lune” which was originally written in 1890. This is a expressive piece containing suspended harmonies and arpeggiated chords characteristic of impressionism. The...