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Claude Debussy , in full Achille-Claude Debussy , (born August 22, 1862, Saint-Germain-en-Laye , France—died March 25, 1918, Paris), French composer whose works were a seminal force in the music of the 20th century. He developed a highly original system of harmony and musical structure that expressed in many respects the ideals to which the Impressionist and Symbolist painters and writers of his time aspired. His major works include Clair de lune (“Moonlight,” in Suite bergamasque , 1890–1905), Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune (1894; Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun ), the opera Pelléas et Mélisande (1902), and La Mer (1905; “The Sea”).

Debussy showed a gift as a pianist by the age of nine. He was encouraged by Madame Mauté de Fleurville, who was associated with the Polish composer Frédéric Chopin , and in 1873 he entered the Paris Conservatory, where he studied the piano and composition , eventually winning in 1884 the Grand Prix de Rome with his cantata L’Enfant prodigue ( The Prodigal Child ).

This early style is well illustrated in one of Debussy’s best-known compositions , Clair de lune . The title refers to a folk song that was the conventional accompaniment of scenes of the love-sick Pierrot in the French pantomime, and indeed the many Pierrot-like associations in Debussy’s later music, notably in the orchestral work Images (1912) and the Sonata for Cello and Piano (1915; originally titled Pierrot fâché avec la lune [“Pierrot Vexed by the Moon”]), show his connections with the circus spirit that also appeared in works by other composers, notably the ballet Petrushka (1911) by Igor Stravinsky and Pierrot Lunaire by Arnold Schoenberg .

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Claude Debussy , in full Achille-Claude Debussy , (born August 22, 1862, Saint-Germain-en-Laye , France—died March 25, 1918, Paris), French composer whose works were a seminal force in the music of the 20th century. He developed a highly original system of harmony and musical structure that expressed in many respects the ideals to which the Impressionist and Symbolist painters and writers of his time aspired. His major works include Clair de lune (“Moonlight,” in Suite bergamasque , 1890–1905), Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune (1894; Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun ), the opera Pelléas et Mélisande (1902), and La Mer (1905; “The Sea”).

Debussy showed a gift as a pianist by the age of nine. He was encouraged by Madame Mauté de Fleurville, who was associated with the Polish composer Frédéric Chopin , and in 1873 he entered the Paris Conservatory, where he studied the piano and composition , eventually winning in 1884 the Grand Prix de Rome with his cantata L’Enfant prodigue ( The Prodigal Child ).

This early style is well illustrated in one of Debussy’s best-known compositions , Clair de lune . The title refers to a folk song that was the conventional accompaniment of scenes of the love-sick Pierrot in the French pantomime, and indeed the many Pierrot-like associations in Debussy’s later music, notably in the orchestral work Images (1912) and the Sonata for Cello and Piano (1915; originally titled Pierrot fâché avec la lune [“Pierrot Vexed by the Moon”]), show his connections with the circus spirit that also appeared in works by other composers, notably the ballet Petrushka (1911) by Igor Stravinsky and Pierrot Lunaire by Arnold Schoenberg .

recommended by Dan C., Orchestra Music Specialist String Teachers! Plan ahead for your Spring Pops Concerts with your Middle School and High School String Orchestras. Here are this year’s winning arrangements. Grade 2/3 Pop and Rock Bohemian Rhapsody arr. Robert... Read More ›

recommended by Jen Sper and Alissa Ruth, School Choral Music Specialists Looking for something your middle school showchoir students will love? Check out these three upbeat numbers to add to your young singers’ concert! Mister Zombie’s Jazz Club by Mark... Read More ›

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Claude Debussy , in full Achille-Claude Debussy , (born August 22, 1862, Saint-Germain-en-Laye , France—died March 25, 1918, Paris), French composer whose works were a seminal force in the music of the 20th century. He developed a highly original system of harmony and musical structure that expressed in many respects the ideals to which the Impressionist and Symbolist painters and writers of his time aspired. His major works include Clair de lune (“Moonlight,” in Suite bergamasque , 1890–1905), Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune (1894; Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun ), the opera Pelléas et Mélisande (1902), and La Mer (1905; “The Sea”).

Debussy showed a gift as a pianist by the age of nine. He was encouraged by Madame Mauté de Fleurville, who was associated with the Polish composer Frédéric Chopin , and in 1873 he entered the Paris Conservatory, where he studied the piano and composition , eventually winning in 1884 the Grand Prix de Rome with his cantata L’Enfant prodigue ( The Prodigal Child ).

This early style is well illustrated in one of Debussy’s best-known compositions , Clair de lune . The title refers to a folk song that was the conventional accompaniment of scenes of the love-sick Pierrot in the French pantomime, and indeed the many Pierrot-like associations in Debussy’s later music, notably in the orchestral work Images (1912) and the Sonata for Cello and Piano (1915; originally titled Pierrot fâché avec la lune [“Pierrot Vexed by the Moon”]), show his connections with the circus spirit that also appeared in works by other composers, notably the ballet Petrushka (1911) by Igor Stravinsky and Pierrot Lunaire by Arnold Schoenberg .


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