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Paul Roberts, Images: The Piano Music of Claude Debussy (Portland: Amadeus Press, 1996), 267.
Claude Debussy is one of the most renowned musicians associated with impressionist music.
14 in C-sharp Minor and Claude Debussy in "Claire de Lune" wrote pianistic, "Moonlight" masterpieces.
A statement by Sabanci Foundation said on Tuesday that the orchestra began its concert with "el sombrero de tres picos" of Manuel de Falla and performed "nightwalker" of Mahir Cetiz and "prelude to the afternoon of a faun" of Claude Debussy.
At the performance on Tuesday, which, true to Delhi tradition, started almost half an hour late, the duo played an eclectic combination of their own compositions, coupled with those of international artistes such as French composer Claude Debussy -- some of them lively, all of them lilting.
Marie Rolf acknowledges her debt to Lesure in her study of Debussy and symbolism (after ail, the title of his 1992 biography of Debussy is Claude Debussy avant Pelleas, ou les annees symbolistes), here exploring symbolism as a compositional agent in Act IV, scene iv of Debussy's only completed opera.
La misma combina una visita al museo con un concierto interactivo e informativo que incluye un espectaculo de titeres de sombra a cargo de los alumnos de 4to grado de la escuela primaria Lovett y la musica de Claude Debussy, interpretada por el pianista Timothy Hester.
Popping up as guides are fictional and historical characters like Christian Dior, Jean-Paul Sartre, Claude Debussy and The Phantom Of The Opera.
Along the way she also gives full due to such as Claude Debussy, Isadora Duncan, Darious Milhaud and Eleanora Duse as they experimented with what could have been an eternal art form.
Fast forward to 2007, and Meredith Martin is researching a biography on Claude Debussy, armed with a haunting piece of piano music and a sepia photograph.
Its architecture and transportation system set the standards for 20th-century urban living, Emile Zola described the travails of common people, Claude Debussy found new musical expressions, and French politics was undergoing a democratic revolution.