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  1. Suite Bergamasque (Alfred Masterwork Editions) by Claude Debussy, 2006-05-04
  2. Debussy -- An Introduction to His Piano Music (Alfred Masterwork CD Edition) by Debussy, Claude, et all 2006-02-01
  3. Songs of Claude Debussy, Vol. 1: High Voice- The Vocal Library (Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics) by James R. Briscoe, 1993-11-01
  4. Images: The Piano Music of Claude Debussy by Paul Roberts, 2003-03-01
  5. Songs of Claude Debussy - Volume II: The Vocal Library (Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics) by James R. Briscoe, 1993-11-01
  6. Claude Debussy (20th Century Composers) by Paul Roberts, 2008-04-23
  7. The Joy of Claude Debussy by Denes Agay, 1979-10
  8. Deux Arabesques (Alfred Masterwork Edition) by Claude Debussy, 2006-05-04
  9. Debussy: The Quiet Revolutionary (Unlocking the Masters Series No. 13) by Lederer Victor, 2007-03-01
  10. Favorite Piano Works (Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics)
  11. Preludes - Books 1 and 2 (Piano)
  12. Children's Corner (Alfred Masterwork CD Edition) by Debussy, Claude, et all 2007-06-01
  13. The Piano Works of Claude Debussy by E. Robert Schmitz, 2010-11-18
  14. Claude Debussy - His Life And Works by Leon Vallas, 2008-11-04

1. DEBUSSY CLAUDE LYRICS
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4. Claude Debussy - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the classical composer. For the crater, see Debussy (crater) . For the heights, see Debussy Heights . For the asteroid, see 4492 Debussy Claude Debussy (1908) Twenty- franc banknote Claude-Achille Debussy [klod aʃil dəbysi] French composer . Along with Maurice Ravel , he was 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 among the most important of all French composers, and a central figure in European music of the turn of the 20th century. He was made Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur in 1903. 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 20th 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.

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One of the five great pillars of musical Modernism, Achille-Claude Debussy (August 22, 1862 - March 25, 1918) was born in an outlying northwest Parisian commune. His father had joined one of the many uprisings of Paris workers and as a result had gotten thrown in jail. On his early release, the government deprived him of all civil rights, which meant that Claude was denied a public education. The family got around this by sending the boy to live with relatives, since they recognized a very lively intelligence as well as musical talent in the child. Accordingly, Debussy entered the Paris Conservatoire at the age of ten and in fact never attended regular school. He began as a pianist but failed to win a first in piano and so transferred his studies to theory and composition. At 18, he became part of the musical household of Nadezhda von Meck, Tchaikovsky 's great patron, but he hadn't the strong ties to her that the Russian did (even if only in correspondence). He studied composition with the expatriate New Orleanian Ernest Guiraud, a quintessential French academic composer who had provided recitatives for

6. Debussy, Claude - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Debussy
Debussy, (Achille) Claude (1862–1918) French composer. He broke with German Romanticism and introduced new qualities of melody and harmony based on the whole-tone scale.
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9. Classical Net - Basic Repertoire List - Debussy
One of the five great pillars of musical Modernism, AchilleClaude Debussy (August 22, 1862 - March 25, 1918) was born in an outlying northwest Parisian commune.
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One of the five great pillars of musical Modernism, Achille-Claude Debussy (August 22, 1862 - March 25, 1918) was born in an outlying northwest Parisian commune. His father had joined one of the many uprisings of Paris workers and as a result had gotten thrown in jail. On his early release, the government deprived him of all civil rights, which meant that Claude was denied a public education. The family got around this by sending the boy to live with relatives, since they recognized a very lively intelligence as well as musical talent in the child. Accordingly, Debussy entered the Paris Conservatoire at the age of ten and in fact never attended regular school. He began as a pianist but failed to win a first in piano and so transferred his studies to theory and composition. At 18, he became part of the musical household of Nadezhda von Meck, Tchaikovsky 's great patron, but he hadn't the strong ties to her that the Russian did (even if only in correspondence). He studied composition with the expatriate New Orleanian Ernest Guiraud, a quintessential French academic composer who had provided recitatives for

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11. Debussy, Claude | Define Debussy, Claude At Dictionary.com
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AchilleClaude Debussy (August 22, 1862 – March 25, 1918) was a French composer who created within the style referred to as Impressionist music, a term which he dismissed.
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Jump to: navigation search Previous (Classless society) Next (Claude Frederic Bastiat) Claude Debussy, photo by Félix Nadar, ca. Achille-Claude Debussy (August 22, 1862 – March 25, 1918) was a French composer who created within the style referred to as Impressionist music, a term which he dismissed. He might more accurately be referred to as a Symbolist composer. Debussy is considered the most original musical mind of the turn of the century. By turning from the largely Germanic musical syntax of Bach Mozart , Beethoven, and Brahms Russian and Javanese Debussy was not only one of the most influential French composers but also one of the most important figures in music at the beginning of the twentieth century; his music represented the transition from late- Romantic music to the twentieth century Modernist music. In this, he was a profound influence on composers as diverse as Bartok , Webern, Arnold Schoenberg , and Varese. As Stravinsky stated, "The musicians of my generation and I myself, owe the most to Debussy." Debussy lived during a period of chronic political instability. He abandoned his first wife and maintained affairs with other married women. Only his second wife, Emma Bardac, along with their daughter Chouchou, brought lasting love into his life. Debussy died of cancer at the age of 55 just before Germany overtook his native France in

13. Claude Debussy- Bio, Albums, Pictures – Naxos Classical Music.
Brief biographical sketch, comments on operas, orchestral, chamber, vocal, and piano music, caricature, and Naxos discography.
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Claude Debussy exercised widespread influence over later generations of composers, both in his native France and elsewhere. He was trained at the Paris Conservatoire, and decided there on a career as a composer rather than as a pianist, his original intention. His highly characteristic musical language, thoroughly French in inspiration, extended the contemporary limits of harmony and form, with a remarkably delicate command of nuance, whether in piano-writing or in the handling of a relatively large orchestra. Operas Debussy attempted many operas, two based on stories by Edgar Allan Poe. But he completed only one, Pellas et Mlisande , a version of the medieval play by Maurice Maeterlinck, with its story of idealised love perfectly matched with the composer's musical idiom. Orchestral Music The most influential piece of orchestral music by Debussy is the Prlude l'aprs-midi d'un faune (Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun), based on a poem by Mallarm. This was later used for a ballet, with choreography by Nijinsky, who created a considerable scandal at the first performance. The music evokes a pagan world, as the faun of the title takes his ease in the afternoon shade on a summer day. The three symphonic sketches that constitute

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Claude Debussy exercised widespread influence over later generations of composers, both in his native France and elsewhere. He was trained at the Paris Conservatoire, and decided there on a career as a composer rather than as a pianist, his original intention. His highly characteristic musical language, thoroughly French in inspiration, extended the contemporary limits of harmony and form, with a remarkably delicate command of nuance, whether in piano-writing or in the handling of a relatively large orchestra. Operas Debussy attempted many operas, two based on stories by Edgar Allan Poe. But he completed only one, Pellas et Mlisande , a version of the medieval play by Maurice Maeterlinck, with its story of idealised love perfectly matched with the composer's musical idiom. Orchestral Music The most influential piece of orchestral music by Debussy is the Prlude l'aprs-midi d'un faune (Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun), based on a poem by Mallarm. This was later used for a ballet, with choreography by Nijinsky, who created a considerable scandal at the first performance. The music evokes a pagan world, as the faun of the title takes his ease in the afternoon shade on a summer day. The three symphonic sketches that constitute

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16. Debussy, Claude - Astro-Databank, Claude Debussy Horoscope, Born 22 August 1862
Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Claude Debussy born on 22 August 1862 St. Germain, France
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French composer and pianist. A musical genius, his works are as fresh and current today as when he first founded the impressionist school. The son of a poor china-shop owner, he studied piano at age seven and entered the Paris Conservatory of Music at age ten, studying there for 11 years. In 1884, his cantata "L'Enfant Prodigue" won him the Grand Prix de Rome, a coveted award as it gave a musician three undisturbed years to work at the Villa Medici in Rome. He disliked the Villa Medici and left before his three years were up. He was also a minor playwright and critic but never savored the limelight. Debussy's music includes such favorites as "The Afternoon of a Fawn," "La Mer," "Clair de Lune," songs and piano music. Many women succumbed to Debussy's genius and dark, brooding character. He had two wives and a mistress who loved him deeply. He lived with Gabrielle Dupont, "Gaby," for ten years. Debussy left her for Gaby's friend, Rosalie "Lily" Texier and they were married in October 1889. On 7/14/1904, Debussy went out for his morning walk and never returned, leaving her for Emma Bardac. He and Emma had a daughter who was born before their January 1908 marriage. Lily, his former wife, later sent Debussy a suicide note and when he hastily arrived at her house, he found her with two self-inflicted gunshot wounds, from which she recovered.

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18. Astrocartography Of Claude Debussy's Least-aspected Pluto
Biography of Claude Debussy, focus on how the planetary metaphor of Pluto was reflected in his life and work. By renowned astrocartographer Rob Couteau.
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astrocartography astrology horoscope Claude Debussy chart symbolism planets Pluto biography of Claude Debussy astrocartographer Couteau The Role of the Least Aspected Planet in Astrocartography Planetary Symbolism in Astrocartography and Transcendental Astrology by Robert Couteau Astrocartography home Pluto = 011
Sun = 130
Mercury = 140
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Moon = 232 [Least-aspected Pluto] Claude Debussy French composer Claude Debussy was born in St. Germain-en-Laye, just east of his Primary Pluto, which runs in a vertical, Midheaven position along the border of France and Germany. His Primary Pluto forms a narrowly focused Transcendental Midpoint-Field over Europe with Secondary Sun and Tertiary Mercury, which both rise over western Italy and central Germany.
When Debussy was seventeen years old, he commenced his travels through Europe as the musical companion of Mme von Meck, who was a friend of Tchaikovsky (1879). After returning to Paris and continuing his studies in musical education at the Paris Conservatoire (1873-1884), he won the Prix de Rome (1884) for his cantata, LEnfant Paradise . This permitted him additional travel through Europe and granted him a residence in Italy: a location completely framed by his Transcendental Midpoint-Field. While there, he composed

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