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That’s probably because Western counterpoint is hopelessly ingrained in my ear—to me, calling something “dissonant” means it wants to move forward in time, whereas “consonant” sounds are just there, not necessarily needing to go anywhere. (There’s probably another juicy thread comparing Schoenberg and Webern in this regard—or even Boulez and Barraqué.) Weighing in on the subject of the vertical and the horizontal, here is Arthur Honegger in “I am a Composer” (London: Faber and Faber, 1966): “Listen to what Rene Leibowitz says, the eminent theoretician of dodecaphony: ‘It follows that the composer’s thought can finally express itself in an entirely linear (horizontal) fashion, since no vertical restriction can retain its hold on him.

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The symphony as practised by Franck's followers was an awful orthodoxy that robbed music of expression and freedom. reversing its order so the work dies away on the octave preceded by the hoot of an owl that replaces the other birdsong. lyrical main theme whose treatment harks back to the example of the Russians. That said, the unity of mood is maintained, and the music itself is glorious. He wrote more piano works: a set of Études and a piano duet called En blanc et noir (In white and black).

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Not surprisingly, his favorite composer was Mozart, in honor of whom he wrote “Mozartiana,” an elaboration of several of Mozart’s melodies. UEnfant Prodigue was, on the whole, favourably received by the critics. Debussy was a talented man, I hope you all enjoy his music as much as I do. Publication by John Lane in London of Claude-Achille Debussy by Louise Liebich, the first biography of the composer. The video makes manifest how a single line in the score can actually consists of two or even more voices—a treble line, for example, divides into a soprano voice with a rippling alto accompaniment.

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free to download - id: 33149-ZGQ1N disliked most earlier composers (Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven) ... its place in music history along with Beethoven's Eroica and Monteverdi's Orfeo ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation is probably the greatest musical impressionist. disliked most earlier composers (Brahms, died of cancer on March 25, 1918 during the based on Mallarmes poem (p. 1876) the Ballet was premiered on May 29, 1912 in Paris PowerShow.com is a leading presentation/slideshow sharing website.

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Mahler’s musical language pushed the envelope of tonality with extreme chromaticism. La mer is destined for Chevillard. were both keen to give the first performance of La mer: Debussy's first major work after Pelleas was bound to be a highlight of the concert season. It’s in three movements, but the central one is itself divided into three distinct parts, so it is really five movements. Although Texier was affectionate, practical, straightforward, and well-liked by Debussy's friends and associates, he became increasingly irritated by her intellectual limitations and lack of musical sensitivity.

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The funeral rites took place at the church of the Holy Trinity. On the letter from Louÿs to Debussy (1895 Nov.27th), Louÿs invited Debussy to the project. In these sonatas are the germs of the neo-classical movement HO DEBUSSY that was to flourish after the first World War; and it is interesting to speculate as to the kind of music Debussy might have written had he lived on into the 'twenties and early 'thirties. He used this inspiration for scenes in an opera, which he never really finished.

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He was also a very accomplished violist and violinist and played in the Armingaud Quartet, a group he helped form. Overall, the Academy chided him for "courting the unusual" and hoped for something better from the gifted student. He took a strong interest in literature and visual art, and used these mediums to help shape his unique musical style. It was revived at the Comique the next season and by 1910 had been successfully staged in five countries.

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Les premières compositions de Debussy datent aussi probablement de l’année 1879, bien qu’il n’y ait aucun manuscrit musical de sa main daté d’avant 1880. And so we find writers like Mallarm^ and Rimbaud actually handling words in much the same way as the painters and musicians were treating light and sound. Among the pioneer recordings, Serge Koussevitzky and his Boston Symphony (1939, Pearl) present a third approach, trading the objectivity of Toscanini and the smooth, natural flow of the French for volatile personality.

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What other composers would I like if I liked Claude Debussy? This Debussy concert was sold out: 'when the tumultuous evocation reached its close. like Gilman. it wears none of the hallmarks which long convention has associated with music which assumes to express the sea'. there was no real echo of Wagnerism or the cult of Bayreuth in the reputation that Debussy was acquiring. the Boston Symphony.16 Gilman had studied the score 'with great diligence'. subduing the senses and the spirit. on 2 March 1907 Boston (followed by New York) had the inestimable privilege of hearing it under the great Karl Muck. found the work 'elusive. with Debussy's tonal sunlight blazing upon a sea of lonely and terrifying splendor.. burst into a clamorous tumult of applause'. its mystery and its might'. shared Gilman's reaction to Toscanini: I found the greatest triumph of Toscanini.

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He could be innovative but still very listenable. He was asked by an exasperated teacher what rules he followed. 'Mon plaisir,' Debussy curtly answered." ["My pleasure."] His talents could not be ignored. Played together, they create bitonality. 2. For example, his String Quartet in g minor uses the Phrygian mode and whole tone scales. Debussy, by Maurice Boucher (Paris, 1 930). For me personally I think of interval relationships as color rather than consonant/dissonant (major/minor) relationships.

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