Claude Debussy

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Achille Claude Debussy

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[edit] Works

Rodrigo and Jimena (1890-1893; not completed). In 1993, Edison Denisov was unfinished Show full ..

Pelleas et Melisande (1893-1895, 1898, 1900-1902)

The devil in the belfry (1902-1912 ?; outline)

The Fall of the House of Usher (1908-1917; not completed). In 2007, Robert was unfinished Orledzhem

Love Crimes (Gallant festivals) (1913-1915; outline)

Kamma (1910-1912)

Games (1912-1913)

The box with toys (1913)

Orchestral works

Symphony (1880-1881)

Suite “Triumph of Bacchus” (1882)

Suite “Spring” for female choir and orchestra (1887)

Fantasia for Piano and Orchestra (1889-1896)

Prelude “Afternoon of a Faun” (1891-1894). There is also an author’s treatment for two pianos, made In 1895.

Three Nocturnes “Clouds”, “festivities”, “Sirens» (1897-1899)

Rhapsody for Alto Saxophone and Orchestra (1901-1908)

«Sea” three symphonic sketches (1903-1905). There is also an author’s treatment for piano 4 hands, made in 1905.

Two Dances for Harp and Strings (1904). There is also an author’s treatment for two pianos, made of 1904.

«Images» (1905-1912)

Chamber music

Piano Trio (1880)

Nocturne and Scherzo for Violin and Piano (1882)

String Quartet (1893)

Rhapsody for Clarinet and Piano (1909-1910)

The play “Syrinx” for solo flute (1913)

Sonata for Cello and Piano (1915)

«Images of” Three Pieces (1894)

The Waltz (1894, lost the notes)

The play “for Piano» (1894-1901)

«Images», the 1st series of plays (1901-1905)

Suite “Prints” (1903)

«The Island of joy» (1903-1904)

The play (1904, on the material of the sketch to the opera “The devil in the belfry»)

Suite “Kids Corner» (1906-1908)

«Images», 2nd series of plays (1907)

«more than a slow (Waltz)” (1910)

«Prelude”, a book 2nd (1911-1913)

«Heroic Berceuse” (1914)

Elegy (1915)

«Sketches” and two books of plays (1915)

B) for Piano 4 hands

Andante (1881, unpublished.)

Divertimento (1884)

«Little Suite» (1886-1889)

«Six ancient epigraphs” (1914). It is the author’s treatment of the last of the six pieces for piano 2 hands, made in 1914.

B) for 2 pianos

«Black and White” Three Pieces (1915)

Unfulfilled intentions (in brackets – the years of their appearance and / or the existence of)

The opera “Salambo” (1886)

Music for the play “Wedding of Satan” (1892)

The opera “Oedipus at Colonus” (1894)

Three Nocturnes for Violin and Orchestra (1894-1896)

The ballet “Daphnis and Chloe» (1895-1897)

The ballet “Aphrodite» (1896-1897)

The ballet “Orpheus” (circa 1900)

The opera “As You Like It» (1902-1904)

The lyrical tragedy “Dionysus” (1904)

The opera “Tristan story» (1907-1909)

Opera “Siddhartha» (1907-1910)

The opera “Oresteia” (1909)

The ballet “Masks and Bergamasco” (1910)

Sonata for oboe, horn and harpsichord (1915)

Sonata for clarinet, bassoon, trumpet and piano (1915)

Processing of works of other authors

Two Gymnopédies (1st and 3rd) E. Satie for orchestra (1896)

«Six Etudes in the form of the canon” by R. Schumann for Piano 3 (1891)

A complete catalog of the works of Debussy composed Francois Lesyurom (Geneva, 1977; new edition: 2001).

[edit] Letters

Monsieur Croche – antidillettante, P. 1921

Articles, reviews, interviews, trans. France. M.-L. 1964

Fav. letters, L. 1986.

[edit] Notes

↑ Politoske Daniel T. Music, Fourth Edition. – Prentice Hall, 1988. – P. 419. – ISBN 0-13-607616-5

↑ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Schneerson, the French music of the twentieth century. – Music M., 1964. – P. 12-14.

↑ 1 2 3 Erik Satie, Yuri Hanon Memories retroactively. – SPb. Center of Central Music & amp; Faces of Russia, 2010. – S. 508, 511 – 682. – ISBN 978-5-87417-338-8

↑ Claude Debussy Selected Letters (ed. A.Rozanov). – AL Music, 1986. – P. 42-43.

↑ Filenko the French music of the first half of the twentieth century. – AL Music, 1983. – P. 56-57.

↑ Erik Satie, Yuri Hanon Memories retroactively. – SPb. Center of Central Music & amp; Faces of Russia, 2010. – P. 60-61. – 682. – ISBN 978-5-87417-338-8

↑ Schneerson, the French music of the twentieth century. – Music M., 1964. – S. 180.

↑ Schneerson, the French music of the twentieth century. – Music M., 1964. – S. 22.

[edit] References

Alshvang A. Claude Debussy, M. 1935;

Alshvang A. Works by Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel, M. 1963

Rozenshild K. Young Debussy and his contemporaries, M. 1963

Martynov I. Claude Debussy, M. 1964

Medvedev IA Debussy, Claude // Musical encyclopedia. – M. Soviet Encyclopedia, 1990. – S. 165. – ISBN 5-85270-033-9.

Kremlev Yu Claude Debussy, M. 1965

Sabinina M. Debussy, in his book Music of XX century. h. I, Vol. 2, M. 1977

Yarotsinsky C. Debussy Impressionism and Symbolism, trans. from Polish. M. 1978

Debussy and music of the XX century. Coll. Art. L. 1983

Denisov E. Some features of compositional technique Debussy, in his book. Contemporary music and the evolution of complex problems. technology, M. 1986

Barraque J. Claude Debussy, R. 1962

Golaa A. Debussy, I’homme et son oeuvre, P. 1965

Golaa A. Claude Debussy. Liste complete des oeuvres …, P.- Gen. 1983

Lockspeiser E. Debussy, L .- [a. o.], 1980.

Hendrik Lücke: Mallarmé – Debussy. Eine vergleichende Studie zur Kunstanschauung am Beispiel von «L’Après-midi d’un Faune». (= Studien zur Musikwissenschaft, Bd. 4). Dr. Kovac, Hamburg 2005, ISBN 3-8300-1685-9.

Jean Barraqué, Debussy (Solfèges), Editions du Seuil, 1977. ISBN 2-02-000242-6

Roy Howat, Debussy in Proportion: A musical analysis, Cambridge University Press, 1983. ISBN 0-521-31145-4

Rudolph Reti, Tonality, Atonality, Pantonality: A study of some trends in twentieth century music. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1958. ISBN 0-313-20478-0.

Jane Fulcher (Editor), Debussy and His World (The Bard Music Festival), Princeton University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-691-09042-4

Simon Trezise (Editor), The Cambridge Companion to Debussy, Cambridge University Press, 2003. ISBN 0-521-65478-5

E. Denisov Some features of compositional technique of Claude Debussy // Modern problems of the evolution of music and compositional techniques. – Moscow: Soviet composer, 1986.

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