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Claude Debussy

August 22, 1862 - March 25, 1918
born in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France, composed during the Modern period
Claude Debussy (born Achille-Claude Debussy) was among the most influential composers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. His mature compositions, distinctive and appealing, combined modernism and sensuality so successfully that their sheer beauty often obscures their technical innovation. Debussy is considered the founder and leading exponent of musical Impressionism (although he resisted the label), and his adoption of non-traditional scales and tonal structures was paradigmatic for many composers who followed.

The son of a shopkeeper and a seamstress, Debussy began piano studies at the Paris Conservatory at the age of 11. While a student there, he encountered the wealthy Nadezhda von Meck (most famous as Tchaikovsky's patroness), who employed him as a music teacher to her children; through travel, concerts and acquaintances, she provided him with a wealth of musical experience. Most importantly, she exposed the young Debussy to the works of Russian composers, such as Borodin and Mussorgsky, who would remain important influences on his music.

Debussy began composition studies in 1880, and in 1884 he won the prestigious Prix de Rome with his cantata L'enfant prodigue. This prize financed two years of further study in Rome -- years that proved to be creatively frustrating. However, the period immediately following was fertile for the young composer; trips to Bayreuth and the Paris World Exhibition (1889) established, respectively, his determination to move away from the influence of Richard Wagner, and his interest in the music of Eastern cultures.

After a relatively bohemian period, during which Debussy formed friendships with many leading Parisian writers and musicians (not least of which were Mallarmé, Satie, and Chausson), the year 1894 saw the enormously successful premiere of his Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune (Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun) -- a truly revolutionary work that brought his mature compositional voice into focus. His seminal opera Pelléas et Mélisande, completed the next year, would become a sensation at its first performance in 1902. The impact of those two works earned Debussy widespread recognition (as well as frequent attacks from critics, who failed to appreciate his forward-looking style), and over the first decade of the twentieth century he established himself as the leading figure in French music -- so much so that the term "Debussysme" ("Debussyism"), used both positively and pejoratively, became fashionable in Paris. Debussy spent his remaining healthy years immersed in French musical society, writing as a critic, composing, and performing his own works internationally. He succumbed to colon cancer in 1918, having also suffered a deep depression brought on by the onset of World War I.

Debussy's personal life was punctuated by unfortunate incidents, most famously the attempted suicide of his first wife, Lilly Texier, whom he abandoned for the singer Emma Bardac. However, his subsequent marriage to Bardac, and their daughter Claude-Emma, whom they called "Chouchou" and who became the dedicatee of the composer's Children's Corner piano suite, provided the middle-aged Debussy with great personal joys.

Debussy wrote successfully in most every genre, adapting his distinctive compositional language to the demands of each. His orchestral works, of which Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune and La mer (The Sea, 1905) are most familiar, established him as a master of instrumental color and texture. It is this attention to tone color -- his layering of sound upon sound so that they blend to form a greater, evocative whole -- that linked Debussy in the public mind to the Impressionist painters.

His works for solo piano, particularly his collections of Préludes and Etudes, which have remained staples of the repertoire since their composition, bring into relief his assimilation of elements from both Eastern cultures and antiquity -- especially pentatonicism (the use of five-note scales), modality (the use of scales from ancient Greece and the medieval church), parallelism (the parallel movement of chords and lines), and the whole-tone scale (formed by dividing the octave into six equal intervals).

Pelléas et Mélisande and his collections of songs for solo voice establish the strength of his connection to French literature and poetry, especially the symbolist writers, and stand as some of the most understatedly expressive works in the repertory. The writings of Mallarmé, Maeterlinck, Baudelaire, and his childhood friend Paul Verlaine appear prominently among his chosen texts and joined symbiotically with the composer's own unique moods and forms of expression. ~ Allen Schrott, Rovi
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Children's Corner: Debussy Orchestrations

Title: Children's Corner, Suite For Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 113
Title: Épigraphes Antiques (6), For Piano, 2 Or 4 Hands (or Orchestra), L. 131
Title: Clair De Lune, For Orchestra Or Various Other Arrangements (From "Suite Bergamasque" For Piano), L. 75/3
Title: Sarabande "Souvenir Du Louvre," For Piano, L. 87/2
Title: Tarantelle Styrienne (Danse), For Piano (or Orchestra), L. 69
Title: La Soirée Dans Grenade, For Piano, L. 100/2
Title: Petite Suite (4), For Piano, 4 Hands (Or Orchestra), L. 65
Title: Clair De Lune, For Orchestra Or Various Other Arrangements (From "Suite Bergamasque" For Piano), L. 75/3
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Track List: Debussy By Firkusny

Title: Suite Bergamasque, for Piano, L. 75
Title: Estampes, for Piano, L. 100
Title: Children's Corner, Suite For Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 113
Title: Images (3), For Piano, Set I, L. 110
Title: Arabesques (2) For Piano, L. 66
Title: La Cathédrale Engloutie, Prelude For Piano, L. 117/10
Title: Minstrels, Prelude For Piano, L. 117/12
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Track List: Debussy Complete Works For Orchestra, Vol.2

Disc 1
Title: Le Triomphe De Bacchus, Suite For Piano, 4 Hands (or Orchestra), L. 38
Title: Printemps, Symphonic Suite For Chorus, Piano & Orchestra, L. 61
Title: Fantaisie For Piano & Orchestra, L. 73
Title: Rhapsody For Alto Saxophone & Orchestra (or Piano), L. 98
Title: Rhapsodie for clarinet & piano (or orchestra), L. 116
Title: La Plus Que Lente, Waltz For Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 121
Title: Le Roi Lear (King Lear), Incidental Music, For Orchestra, L. 107
Disc 2
Title: Marche Écossaise, Sur Un Thème Populaire, For Piano, 4 Hands (or Orchestra), L. 77
Title: La Boîte À Joujoux (The Toybox), Ballet, L. 128
Title: L' Enfant Prodigue, Scène Lyrique For Voices & Orchestra, L. 57
Title: Le Martyre De Saint Sébastien, Symphonic Fragments (arranged By Caplet)
Title: Berceuse Héroïque for Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 132
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Track List: Debussy: Children's Corner; Estampes; Suite Bergamasque

Title: Estampes, for Piano, L. 100
Title: Children's Corner, Suite For Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 113
Title: Arabesques (2) For Piano, L. 66
Title: Suite Bergamasque, for Piano, L. 75
Title: La Plus Que Lente, Waltz For Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 121
Title: Ballade (slave), For Piano (or Piano, 4 Hands), L. 70
Title: Mazurka, for Piano, L. 67
Title: Le Petit Nègre, Cakewalk For Piano, L. 114
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Track List: Debussy: Clair De Lune

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Track List: Debussy: Complete Piano Music, Vol. 1

Disc 1
Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book I, L. 117
Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book II, L. 123
Title: L'isle Joyeuse, For Piano, L. 106
Disc 2
Title: Images (3), For Piano, Set I, L. 110
Title: Images (3), For Piano, Set II, L. 111
Title: Estampes, for Piano, L. 100
Title: Children's Corner, Suite For Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 113
Title: Pour Le Piano, Suite for Piano, L. 95
Title: Arabesques (2) For Piano, L. 66
Title: Mazurka, for Piano, L. 67
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Track List: Debussy: Complete Works For Orchestra

Disc 1
Title: La Mer, Symphonic Sketches (3) For Orchestra, L. 109
Title: Nocturnes, For Female Chorus & Orchestra, L. 91
Title: Printemps, Symphonic Suite For Chorus, Piano & Orchestra, L. 61
Title: Prélude À L'après-midi D'un Faune (Prelude To The Afternoon Of A Faun), For Orchestra, L. 86
Disc 2
Title: Images (3), For Orchestra, L. 122
Title: Jeux, Ballet, L. 126
Title: Khamma, Ballet, L. 125
Disc 3
Title: La Boîte À Joujoux (The Toybox), Ballet, L. 128
Title: Children's Corner, Suite For Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 113
Title: Petite Suite (4), For Piano, 4 Hands (Or Orchestra), L. 65
Title: Marche Écossaise, Sur Un Thème Populaire, For Piano, 4 Hands (or Orchestra), L. 77
Title: Tarantelle Styrienne (Danse), For Piano (or Orchestra), L. 69
Disc 4
Title: Fantaisie For Piano & Orchestra, L. 73
Title: Rhapsodie for clarinet & piano (or orchestra), L. 116
Title: Danses Sacrée Et Profane, For Chromatic Harp & String Orchestra, L. 103
Title: Rhapsody For Alto Saxophone & Orchestra (or Piano), L. 98
Title: Pour Le Piano, Suite for Piano, L. 95
Title: L'isle Joyeuse, For Piano, L. 106
Title: La Plus Que Lente, Waltz For Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 121
Title: Clair De Lune, For Orchestra Or Various Other Arrangements (From "Suite Bergamasque" For Piano), L. 75/3
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Track List: Debussy: Early Songs

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Track List: Debussy: Images

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Track List: Debussy: Images; Arabesques; Children's Corner; Clair De Lune; L'Isle Joyeuse

Title: Arabesque, For Piano No. 1 In E Major, L. 66/1
Title: Arabesque, For Piano No. 2 In G Major, L. 66/2
Title: Children's Corner, Suite For Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 113
Title: éTudes (6) For Piano, Book 1, L. 136/1-6
Title: éTudes (6) For Piano, Book 2, L. 136/7-12
Title: Clair De Lune, For Piano (Suite Bergamasque No. 3), L. 75/3
Title: L'isle Joyeuse, For Piano, L. 106
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Track List: Debussy: Orchestral Music

Disc 1
Title: Berceuse Héroïque for Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 132
Title: Images (3), For Orchestra, L. 122
Title: Jeux, Ballet, L. 126
Title: Marche Écossaise, Sur Un Thème Populaire, For Piano, 4 Hands (or Orchestra), L. 77
Disc 2
Title: Prélude À L'après-midi D'un Faune (Prelude To The Afternoon Of A Faun), For Orchestra, L. 86
Title: Nocturnes, For Female Chorus & Orchestra, L. 91
Title: La Mer, Symphonic Sketches (3) For Orchestra, L. 109
Title: Rhapsodie for clarinet & piano (or orchestra), L. 116
Title: Danses Sacrée Et Profane, For Chromatic Harp & String Orchestra, L. 103
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Track List: Debussy: Orchestral Works

Disc 1
Title: La Mer, Symphonic Sketches (3) For Orchestra, L. 109
Title: Nocturnes, For Female Chorus & Orchestra, L. 91
Title: Printemps, Symphonic Suite For Chorus, Piano & Orchestra, L. 61
Title: Rhapsodie for clarinet & piano (or orchestra), L. 116
Disc 2
Title: Prélude À L'après-midi D'un Faune (Prelude To The Afternoon Of A Faun), For Orchestra, L. 86
Title: Jeux, Ballet, L. 126
Title: Images (3), For Orchestra, L. 122
Title: Danses Sacrée Et Profane, For Chromatic Harp & String Orchestra, L. 103
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Track List: Debussy: Orchestral Works, Vol. 1

Disc 1
Title: La Mer, Symphonic Sketches (3) For Orchestra, L. 109
Title: Nocturnes, For Female Chorus & Orchestra, L. 91
Title: Prélude À L'après-midi D'un Faune (Prelude To The Afternoon Of A Faun), For Orchestra, L. 86
Title: Marche Écossaise, Sur Un Thème Populaire, For Piano, 4 Hands (or Orchestra), L. 77
Title: Berceuse Héroïque for Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 132
Title: Le Roi Lear (King Lear), Incidental Music, For Orchestra, L. 107
Disc 2
Title: Jeux, Ballet, L. 126
Title: Images (3), For Orchestra, L. 122
Title: Printemps, Symphonic Suite For Chorus, Piano & Orchestra, L. 61
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Track List: Debussy: Piano Works

Disc 1
Title: Suite Bergamasque, for Piano, L. 75
Title: Children's Corner, Suite For Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 113
Title: Images (3), For Piano, Set I, L. 110
Title: Images (3), For Piano, Set II, L. 111
Title: Arabesques (2) For Piano, L. 66
Disc 2
Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book I, L. 117
Title: Pour Le Piano, Suite for Piano, L. 95
Title: Estampes, for Piano, L. 100
Title: L'isle Joyeuse, For Piano, L. 106
Title: Rêverie, For Piano, L. 68
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Track List: Debussy: Preludes, Books 1 & 2

Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book I, L. 117
Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book II, L. 123
Title: Clair De Lune, For Piano (Suite Bergamasque No. 3), L. 75/3
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Track List: Debussy: Preludes; Images; Estampes

Disc 1
Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book I, L. 117
Title: Images (3), For Piano, Set I, L. 110
Title: Estampes, for Piano, L. 100
Disc 2
Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book II, L. 123
Title: Images (3), For Piano, Set II, L. 111
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Track List: Debussy: Preludes; Suite Bergamasque; Pour Le Piano

Disc 1
Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book I, L. 117
Title: Suite Bergamasque, for Piano, L. 75
Title: Tarantelle Styrienne (Danse), For Piano (or Orchestra), L. 69
Title: Arabesques (2) For Piano, L. 66
Disc 2
Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book II, L. 123
Title: Pour Le Piano, Suite for Piano, L. 95
Title: La Plus Que Lente, Waltz For Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 121
Title: L'isle Joyeuse, For Piano, L. 106
Title: Masques, for Piano, L. 105
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Track List: Debussy: Préludes

Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book I, L. 117
Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book II, L. 123
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Track List: Debussy: Préludes, Books I And II

Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book I, L. 117
Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book II, L. 123
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Track List: Debussy: The Complete Works For Piano

Disc 1
Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book I, L. 117
Title: Préludes (12) For Piano, Book II, L. 123
Disc 2
Title: Pour Le Piano, Suite for Piano, L. 95
Title: Estampes, for Piano, L. 100
Title: Images (3), For Piano, Set I, L. 110
Title: Images (3), For Piano, Set II, L. 111
Title: Children's Corner, Suite For Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 113
Disc 3
Title: éTudes (12) for Piano in 2 Books, L. 136
Title: Masques, for Piano, L. 105
Title: D'un Cahier D'esquisses, for Piano, L. 99
Title: L'isle Joyeuse, For Piano, L. 106
Title: La Plus Que Lente, Waltz For Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 121
Title: Le Petit Nègre, Cakewalk For Piano, L. 114
Title: Berceuse Héroïque for Piano (Or Orchestra), L. 132
Title: Hommage à Joseph Haydn, for Piano, L. 115
Disc 4
Title: Suite Bergamasque, for Piano, L. 75
Title: Danse Bohémienne, for Piano, L. 9
Title: Rêverie, For Piano, L. 68
Title: Mazurka, for Piano, L. 67
Title: Valse Romantique, for Piano, L. 71
Title: Arabesques (2) For Piano, L. 66
Title: Nocturne En Re Bemol Majeur In D Flat
Title: Danse (Tarentelle Styrienne)
Title: Ballade (Andantino Con Moto)
Title: Fantaisie For Piano & Orchestra, L. 73
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Track List: Songs

Title: Nuit D'étoiles ("Nuit D'étoiles, Sous Tes Voiles"), Song For Voice & Piano, L. 4
Title: Fleur des blés ("Le long des blés que la brise fait onduler"), song for voice & piano, L. 7
Title: Romance ("Voici Que Le Printemps, Ce Fil Léger D'avril"), Song For Voice & Piano, L. 52
Title: Mandoline ("Les donneurs de sérénades"), song for voice & piano, L. 29
Title: Poèmes (5) de Baudelaire, song collection for voice & piano, L. 64
Title: Mélodies (3), song collection for voice & piano, L. 81
Title: Fêtes Galantes (3), Song Cycle For Voice & Piano, Set II, L. 104
Title: Ballades De François Villon (3), Song Cycle For Voice & Piano (Or Orchestra), L.119

Comments

jjbr921
Debussy: Great Composer. Bad, bad person.
Robert Cassidy
Fantastic
My favorite:)
Amazing
katie.leslie
Claude Debussy..... . ahhh nice music.
This is beautiful
This is not twilight people
lkgrebnel
Will miss you, Pandora, just can't afford it. thx
sarahmd93
You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. However, if you do not post this in at least 3 threads you will die in 2 days. Now that you're reading this, don't stop. This is so scary. Put this in at least 2 songs in 143 minutes, and when you're done press F6 and your lover's name will appear on the screen in big letters. This is so scary, it actually works.
Romeo and Juliet
Beautiful..
Lovely, but there is something sad about it also.
Sublime. Simply sublime.
The ending is just terrific
Feel a sense of love fading into hopelessness . Then a possible rekindled love......
Younger girls mostly like this song because of twilight.... . � my generation
my favorito!
ladsr0225
Music for the soul...
ccjohn21
So beautiful this song makes me cry
mattv316
this plays at the end sequence of ocean's 11 i believe?
love it
This music will forever be for Edward and Bella.
This piece will forever be my favorite. When I hear it , it's like all my emotions are set free and I am at peace.
Lovely
Beautiful piece of music!!!
This song makes my heart hurt. But not in a sad or bad way... i just cant explain it.
magana.mayre
Real music in its intensity. Touches my heart, soul, and emotions beyond words...
Love cooking to this with my beautiful girlfriend, can just loose yourself in its beauty and live in the moment...
This was an amazing piece of work!!
Mimmo Una meraviglia
Beauty, peace, calm, relaxayvoo.
So Inspired by the heart and for the heart. This song touches every emotional moment in my life. It humbles me and shows me beauty in so many personal ways.
jdavi0189
Clair de lune - one of those compositions that, from the first time you hear it, you know you'll always remember 'when and where', along with the incomparable emotion that rare, stellar music can bring to the human soul.
A true artist who paved the waves for some many other French composers
My go to sleep music (:
How lovely. I could listen to his music forever..... . . . n i c e
All that rhapsodizing , & I 4got 2 thank God 4 Claude DeBussy himself. Oops. Oh,yeah, & also THANK U, GOD, 4 PANDORA!!!!! :-D Next pet that God blesses me with will be named "Pandora". "Pandorio" 4 a male. Even if it's a snake. Or a bug. Or a chicken.
THANK U GOD, 4 EARS!!!!! & AUDITORY NERVES!!!!! & BRAINS!!!!! ETC,ETC,ETC! ! ! ! !
( even 2nd~hand brains like mine!!!!! :-) )
Music is LIFE!!!!! :-)
This movie came in twilight am I right? Either way the music is a great dedication to music in itself :)
♥ this is just the song i always am in need of. Always.
scottishdogl o v e r
to whovian turner. You are one sick person. Don't degrade Debussy by your comments
tfb123
Why can't Pandora remove these ubiquitous, Don't read this... comments? Do they not care enough about their users to make even a modest effort in this regard? Or maybe spam-free comment sections is one of the benefits of the paid version?
You don't have to love a person to love their music, Beethoven wasn't exactly Mr. Personality either. But you have to love Debussy's music, unique and beautful in many ways.
klgnook
Gorgeous❤️
And that is the reason ocean's eleven was a great movie.
Magic moon>>>>>cla i r De Lune
Some of these comments are hilarious
kevinmiguele z
This makes me want to eat ice cream by the fire in the park with my cat.
eliza.comer
@jo_flags_12 - I think this piece was at the end of Ocean's 11
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