History Music / ClaudeDebussy

11th Mar '15 11:14:31 AM Patachou
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[[EmbarrassingFirstName Achille-Claude]] Debussy (22 August 1862 –- 25 March 1918) was a French composer. A noted trend starter in the history of music, his ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' is considered as a turning point of classical music, starting the Impressionist movement and in many ways the antecedent of Modern and Contemporary Classical music. Needless to say, he was, and still is a highly important and inspiring figure in classical music. His influence on music is as much as ClaudeMonet's influence on painting. Modern music historians and critics consider him as the ultimate example, along with his fellow composer MauriceRavel, of the Impressionist movement. (However, Debussy himself hated the label "Impressionism" for his music, believing it to be better suited for the visual arts.)
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[[EmbarrassingFirstName Achille-Claude]] Debussy (22 August 1862 –- 25 March 1918) was a French composer. A noted trend starter in the history of music, his ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' is considered as a turning point of classical music, starting the Impressionist movement and in many ways the antecedent of Modern and Contemporary Classical music. Needless to say, he was, and still is a highly important and inspiring figure in classical music. His influence on music is as much as ClaudeMonet's Creator/ClaudeMonet's influence on painting. Modern music historians and critics consider him as the ultimate example, along with his fellow composer MauriceRavel, Music/MauriceRavel, of the Impressionist movement. (However, Debussy himself hated the label "Impressionism" for his music, believing it to be better suited for the visual arts.)

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[[EmbarrassingFirstName Achille-Claude]] He is mentioned as being dead in the song "Decomposing Composers" by Creator/MichaelPalin sang on Creator/MontyPython's ''Audioplay/MontyPythonsContractualObligationAlbum''. "Prelude To The Afternoon Of A Sexually Aroused Gas Mask" by Music/FrankZappa from ''Music/WeaselsRippedMyFlesh'' is a parody of the Debussy (22 August 1862 –- 25 March 1918) was a French composer. piece "Prelude To The Afternoon Of A noted trend starter Faun". "Prelude To The Afternoon Of A Faun" is used in ''WesternAnimation/AllegroNonTroppo'' as an animated musical sequence. "Au Clair De La Lune" is used in ''Film/OceansEleven'', when the history of music, his ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' is considered as a turning point of classical music, starting characters are waiting outside after having finished their theft and look at the Impressionist movement and in many ways the antecedent of Modern and Contemporary Classical music. Needless to say, he was, and still is a highly important and inspiring figure in classical music. His influence on music is as much as ClaudeMonet's influence on painting. Modern music historians and critics consider him as the ultimate example, along with his fellow composer MauriceRavel, of the Impressionist movement. (However, Debussy himself hated the label "Impressionism" for his music, believing it to be better suited for the visual arts.) moon.
2nd Feb '15 11:11:35 AM Jeduthun
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[[EmbarrassingFirstName Achille-Claude]] Debussy (22 August 1862 –- 25 March 1918) was a French composer. A noted trend starter in the history of music, his ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' is considered as a turning point of classical music, starting the Impressionist movement and in many ways the antecedent of Modern and Contemporary Classical music. Needless to say, he was, and still is a highly important and inspiring figure in classical music. His influence on music is as much as ClaudeMonet's influence on painting. Modern music historians and critics consider him as the ultimate example, along with his fellow composer MauriceRavel, of the Impressionist movement. [[note]]It's worth mentioning, though, that Debussy himself hated the label "Impressionism" for his music, believing it to be better suited for the visual arts.[[/note]]
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[[EmbarrassingFirstName Achille-Claude]] Debussy (22 August 1862 –- 25 March 1918) was a French composer. A noted trend starter in the history of music, his ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' is considered as a turning point of classical music, starting the Impressionist movement and in many ways the antecedent of Modern and Contemporary Classical music. Needless to say, he was, and still is a highly important and inspiring figure in classical music. His influence on music is as much as ClaudeMonet's influence on painting. Modern music historians and critics consider him as the ultimate example, along with his fellow composer MauriceRavel, of the Impressionist movement. [[note]]It's worth mentioning, though, that (However, Debussy himself hated the label "Impressionism" for his music, believing it to be better suited for the visual arts.[[/note]] )
6th Mar '14 10:30:37 PM mlsmithca
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That second sentence seems to be going for a record number of uses of the phrase "classical music" in a single sentence. It may be my favourite genre, but this borders on Department of Redundancy Department of Redundancy Department. Pruning other instances of Word Cruft and fixing grammar.
[[EmbarrassingFirstName Achille-Claude]] Debussy (22 August 1862 –- 25 March 1918) was a French composer. A noted trend starter in the history of Classical Music, his ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' is considered as a turning point of classical music, starting the Impressionist movement in classical music, and in many ways the antecedent of Modern and Contemporary Classical music. Needless to say, he was, and still is a highly important and inspiring figure in classical music. His influence to music is as much as ClaudeMonet's influence to painting. Modern music historians and critics consider himself as the ultimate example, along with his fellow composer MauriceRavel, of the Impressionist movement. [[note]]It's worth mentioning, though, that Debussy himself hated the label "Impressionism" for his music, believing it to be better suited for the visual arts.[[/note]] Outside of his musical success though, his life was kind of turbulent. He had an affair with another's wife although already married, his ex-wife attempted (unsuccessfully) suicide, and produced a huge scandal, so much that he had to flee to England. They had a child, who sadly only outlived her father by only a year, died because of the diphtheria epidemic of 1919. The whole family was buried together.
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[[EmbarrassingFirstName Achille-Claude]] Debussy (22 August 1862 –- 25 March 1918) was a French composer. A noted trend starter in the history of Classical Music, music, his ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' is considered as a turning point of classical music, starting the Impressionist movement in classical music, and in many ways the antecedent of Modern and Contemporary Classical music. Needless to say, he was, and still is a highly important and inspiring figure in classical music. His influence to on music is as much as ClaudeMonet's influence to on painting. Modern music historians and critics consider himself him as the ultimate example, along with his fellow composer MauriceRavel, of the Impressionist movement. [[note]]It's worth mentioning, though, that Debussy himself hated the label "Impressionism" for his music, believing it to be better suited for the visual arts.[[/note]] Outside of his musical success though, his life was kind of turbulent. He had an affair with another's wife although already married, his ex-wife attempted suicide (unsuccessfully) suicide, and produced a huge scandal, so much that he had to flee to England. They He had a child, who child with his mistress after they married, but she sadly only outlived her father by only a year, died because of dying in the diphtheria epidemic of 1919. The whole family was buried together.

Inside of the classical circle, his notable pieces include ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'', ''La Mer'', the ''Préludes'' for piano, ''Pelléas et Mélisande''... The popular listeners might have heard of ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LXl4y6D-QI Clair De Lune]]'', ''Arabesque No. 1'', ''Children's Corner''...
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Inside of the classical circle, his notable pieces include ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'', ''La Mer'', the ''Préludes'' Préludes for piano, ''Pelléas et Mélisande''... The popular listeners might have heard of ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LXl4y6D-QI Clair De Lune]]'', ''Arabesque Arabesque No. 1'', 1, ''Children's Corner''...
11th Jul '13 1:51:54 PM rossyxan
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[[EmbarrassingFirstName Achille-Claude]] Debussy (22 August 1862 – 25 March 1918) was a French composer. A noted trend starter in the history of Classical Music, his ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' is considered as a turning point of classical music, starting the Impressionist movement in classical music, and in many ways the antecedent of Modern and Contemporary Classical music. Needless to say, he was, and still is a highly important and inspiring figure in classical music. His influence to music is as much as ClaudeMonet's influence to painting. Modern music historians and critics consider himself as the ultimate example, along with his fellow composer MauriceRavel, of the Impressionist movement. [[note]]It's worth mentioning, though, that Debussy himself hated the label "Impressionism" for his music, believing it to be better suited for the visual arts.[[/note]]
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[[EmbarrassingFirstName Achille-Claude]] Debussy (22 August 1862 –- 25 March 1918) was a French composer. A noted trend starter in the history of Classical Music, his ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' is considered as a turning point of classical music, starting the Impressionist movement in classical music, and in many ways the antecedent of Modern and Contemporary Classical music. Needless to say, he was, and still is a highly important and inspiring figure in classical music. His influence to music is as much as ClaudeMonet's influence to painting. Modern music historians and critics consider himself as the ultimate example, along with his fellow composer MauriceRavel, of the Impressionist movement. [[note]]It's worth mentioning, though, that Debussy himself hated the label "Impressionism" for his music, believing it to be better suited for the visual arts.[[/note]]
11th Jul '13 1:51:46 PM rossyxan
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A noted trend starter in the history of Classical Music, his ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' is considered as a turning point of classical music, starting the Impressionist movement in classical music, and in many ways the antecedent of Modern and Contemporary Classical music. Needless to say, he was, and still is a highly important and inspiring figure in classical music. His influence to music is as much as ClaudeMonet's influence to painting. Modern music historians and critics consider himself as the ultimate example, along with his fellow composer MauriceRavel, of the Impressionist movement. [[note]]It's worth mentioning, though, that Debussy himself hated the label "Impressionism" for his music, believing it to be better suited for the visual arts.[[/note]]
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[[EmbarrassingFirstName Achille-Claude]] Debussy (22 August 1862 – 25 March 1918) was a French composer. A noted trend starter in the history of Classical Music, his ''Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune'' is considered as a turning point of classical music, starting the Impressionist movement in classical music, and in many ways the antecedent of Modern and Contemporary Classical music. Needless to say, he was, and still is a highly important and inspiring figure in classical music. His influence to music is as much as ClaudeMonet's influence to painting. Modern music historians and critics consider himself as the ultimate example, along with his fellow composer MauriceRavel, of the Impressionist movement. [[note]]It's worth mentioning, though, that Debussy himself hated the label "Impressionism" for his music, believing it to be better suited for the visual arts.[[/note]]
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