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Debussy Return to List of Composers
Claude Debussy was born in France in 1862. This composer belonged to the Impressionist period, and died in 1918. Debussy

Claude Achile Debussy, was born in Paris  France in 1862, and died there in1918. He is the creator of musical impressionism

The main stream of music prior to Debussy was dominated by German and Austrian composers. He changed all that by moving in a different direction from their purely romantic style. He lived in Paris when it was fast becoming the new hub of European culture. In 1890 he lived in an apartment in Monmartre, surrounded by other artists, writers and composers.

Famous orchestral works include  tone poems La Mer and L'apres midi d'un faune. , He wrote the opera Pelleas & Melisande, and many piano pieces such as Clair de Lune and The Sunken Cathedral. He also wrote some song settings.

Works written by Debussy      
Audio is available for 5 tunes by this composer.
No.Name of WorkCategoryEnsembleSoloInstrument
1 Arabesque No.1 in EShort PieceSoloPiano
2 Clair de Lune from Suite BergamasqueShort PieceSoloPiano
3 Girl with the Flaxen Hair (Preludes Book 1 No.8)Short PieceSoloPiano
4 L'Après-midi d'une FauneTone PoemOrchestraFlute
5 RêverieShort PieceSoloPiano
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