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Nuages (Clouds) - Concluded (No. 1 From Nocturnes) - Debussy* - Debussy Selected Works (Orchestra) (Shellac, Album)

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  1. Achille-Claude Debussy (22nd August – 25th March ) was a French composer. He was one of the most important figures in music at the turn of the 20th century; his music represents the transition from late-romantic to 20th century fingcontslugtabvertfa.pheledachugadendenaducnodaham.infoinfoy's most dramatic contribution to music history was his disregard for traditional chord structures and tonality.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Debussy Selected Works (Orchestra) on Discogs. Label: Victor Red Seal - DM • Series: Musical Masterpiece Series • Format: 4x, Shellac .
  3. Mar 24,  · Instrumentation-small orchestra; genre-symphonic poem; The title of this is "Nuages" which means "clouds" or "sunless" The blurb in the anthology speculates that this could be an allusion to a cloudy day or to the text of a "passionate dream" of springtime or "a series of hopes, desires, delusions. The opening image is a pattern.
  4. May 18,  · Claude Debussy, in full Achille-Claude Debussy, (born August 22, , Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France—died March 25, , Paris), French composer whose works were a seminal force in the music of the 20th century. He developed a highly original system of harmony and musical structure that expressed in many respects the ideals to which the Impressionist and Symbolist painters and .
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  6. Nov 14,  · Composed between the years , Debussy’s are not Nocturnes in the traditional musical sense (i.e. Chopin’s Nocturnes). Debussy borrows the term from a series of paintings by the American artist JM Whistler, who’s Nocturnes depict scenes of night and dusk in .
  7. Nocturnes is a piece of music for orchestra by the French composer Claude Debussy. There are three movements. A female chorus also sings in the last movement. Debussy finished writing "Nocturnes" on 15 December The music. The three movements each have a title. They are: I. Nuages ("Clouds") II. Fêtes ("Festivals") III.
  8. Debussy himself explains the significance of these nocturnes as follows: "Nuages." -- The unchanging aspect of the sky, and the slow, solemn movement of the clouds dissolving in gray tints lightly touched with white. "Fêtes." - The restless dancing rhythm of the .
  9. Claude Debussy's statement of , as quoted in "Debussy on Music" edited and translated by Francoise Lesure and Richard Langham Smith (p. ), 35 Copy quote [on Richard Wagner] A beautiful sunset that was mistaken for a dawn.

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