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His account of Kodly's Mditation sur un motif de Claude Debussy (coincidentally from the Quartet) was interesting only as pastiche, and not a patch on the older composer's own Estampes.
The Chamber Music of Claude Debussy (Complete) The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center/David Shifrin, Artistic Director (Delos DE 3167, 3-CD set)
Le martyre de Saint Sebastien, by Claude Debussy, at the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles.
In the latter production, Claude Debussy and Gordon Getty bring Edgar Allan Poe's macabre tale to the stage.
Included are excerpts from "The Fairy Queen," by Henry Purcell; "A Midsummer Night's Dream," by Felix Mendelssohn, "Puck's Dance" by Claude Debussy, "Ride of the Valkyries," by Richard Wagner, and many more.
com)-- In a bold programming move, the Piano Festival presents three consecutive days in homage to the music of Claude Debussy - celebrating of the 150th anniversary of his birth - and the composers who are frequently associated with the French Impressionist movement - Ravel, Faure and Messaien.
26: "Bolero," works by Geoges Bizet, Manuel de Falla, Claude Debussy and Ravel, with Orion Weiss as the piano soloist.
Comprised of art songs and arias by a range of European composers, from George Frideric Handel and Robert Schumann to Claude Debussy and Gabriel Faure, Classical Barbra rose to No.
The "Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp" is one of three sonatas Claude Debussy completed between 1915 and 1917, very late in his career.
Claude Debussy in letter of June, 1915 to Jacques Durand.
Pelleas et Melisande, by Claude Debussy, at the War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco.
Mozart, Claude Debussy and Sergey Rachmaninov at Sherman Clay Pianos, 131 N.