Claude Achille Debussy

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Noun1.Claude Achille Debussy - French composer who is said to have created Impressionism in music (1862-1918)
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1862: Composer Claude Debussy (left) was born in St Germainen-Laye, France.
"The only thing I didn't like about The Barretts Of Wimpole Street was the play." 1862: Composer Claude Debussy was born in St Germain-en-Laye, France.
Works of Paul Hindemith (Germany), Claude Debussy (France), Steve Reich (U.S.), Georg Kurtag (Switzerland) are also included in the new album.
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The CEuvres completes of Claude Debussy, planned for an eventual thirtysix volumes, are already well advanced, with notable publications of piano music, full orchestral scores, and the sketches for Debussy's most substantial unfinished opera project, Rodrigue et Chimene.
In 1887 one of French composer Claude Debussy's assignments as a Prix de Rome scholar at the Villa Medici was to send back to the Fine Arts Academy in France an orchestral score so his benefactors could judge his professional progress.
Ailyn Agonia Doha A YEAR-long International Chamber Music Concert Series for Peace and Unity kicked off with a classical music concert held in honour of French composer and pioneer of the new French classical music Claude Debussy (1862-1918) at Mondrian Doha on Tuesday.
The DuPage Symphony Orchestra presents "Body, Earth & Spirit," a three-part performance featuring composers Augusta Read Thomas, Claude Debussy and Leonard Bernstein at 8 p.m.
IWAN at Ucheldre: The Magical World of Claude Debussy Ancestral Adventures on Saturday, April 7 at 7.30pm at the Ucheldre Centre, Holyhead.
KOMITAS (1869-1935) was a poet, priest, singer, and composer whose music ushered in contemporary classical music in Armenia and influenced composers like Claude Debussy. Komitas: Seven Songs is an album of solo piano pieces performed with tender attention to detail by pianist Lusine Grigoryan, whose volume control, pedal sustain, and dynamic shifts in mood are all perfectly rendered.
Invited speakers - composer Julian Anderson and musicologist Paul Griffiths - joined Birmingham Contemporary Music Group's artistic director Stephan Meier to unpick threads between the legacy of Claude Debussy, whose 2018 anniversary festival will feature two BCMG concerts, and an array of contemporary piano works played sensitively by Richard Uttley.