Hoffmann—but for Debussy it was a theory more sensitively expressed in the tales of Edgar Allan Poe. In dieser bestand die Aufgabe in der Vertonung eines ebenfalls vorgegebenen Textes als zwei- oder dreistimmige Kantate.
Manuel worked in a printing factory. Debussy was there from January to Marchwith three or possibly four absences of several weeks when he returned to France, chiefly to see Marie Vasnier. As a pianist-composer, Debussy certainly continued the approach of his predecessors; to advance pianism through their music, and to leave some form of etudes to aid the performer to overcome these advances.
There is not only poetry in his music; there is often an inspiration from painting. He loved his music — and perhaps himself. The Prix carried with it a residence at the Villa Medicithe French Academy in Rometo further the winner's studies. The fact is that the hero of the tale, Roderick Usher, was a hypersensitive being like Debussy himself—a poet, a painter, and a musician.
During his stay in Cannes, the seven-year-old Debussy had his first piano lessons; his aunt paid for him to study with an Italian musician, Jean Cerutti. Such juxtaposition can also account for much of the bitonality of the later piano works, notably Blanc et noir for two pianos.
Folge und Ziel dessen ist die Aufhebung der Leittonfunktion. Debussy and his librettist, Maurice Maeterlinckdeclared that they were haunted in this work by the terrifying nightmare tale of Edgar Allan Poe, The Fall of the House of Usher.
Early period Debussy showed a gift as a pianist by the age of nine. Ganztonleitern waren speziell ein Kennzeichen von Debussys Musik, auch Kirchentonleitern oder kirchentonale Wendungen wurden statt festgelegten Tonarten gebraucht.
For three months, Debussy attended rehearsals practically every day. In fact, in his music, the conventional orchestral construction, with its rigid woodwindbrass, and string departments, finds itself undermined or split up in the manner of the Impressionist painters. This association of the arts is a theme that runs through the whole of the 19th century—it originated with the theories of the German short-story writer E.
This noble bass instrument takes on, in chameleon fashion, the character of a violin, a fluteand even a mandolin. The gamelan scales, melodies, rhythms, and ensemble textures appealed to him, and echoes of them are heard in "Pagodes" in his piano suite Estampes.
His behaviour was widely condemned; anonymous letters circulated denouncing his treatment of both women, as well as his financial irresponsibility and debts. But there is no help for it! Daraufhin brach er mit fast allen Freunden und reichte die Scheidung ein.
The atmospheric resonance however, was something that Debussy experimented with, and certainly became fundamental in many works to follow. Voicing is certainly an issue here for the pianist. Dort machte er Bekanntschaft u. The equal tempering of the instrument allows such harmonic possibilities, including whole-tone scales.
Ich habe eine andere Vorstellung von der dramatischen Form: He was trained at the Paris Conservatoire, and decided there on a career as a composer rather than as a pianist his original intention.
For three months, Debussy attended rehearsals practically every day. Debussy begleitete sie durch Frankreich, Italien und die Schweiz.Die mit Debussy befreundeten Dichter Charles Baudelaire, Paul Verlaine und Stéphane Mallarmé brachten ihn mit dem Symbolismus der Dichtung in Verbindung.
Auf ein Libretto von Maurice Maeterlinck komponierte Debussy seine Oper „Pelléas et Mélisande“. Auch seine Lieder sind von einer hohen Konzentration auf den Textinhalt und die daraus resultierende Atmosphäre gekennzeichnet.
Claude Debussy Biography by Allen Schrott Debussy was an influential composer of the late 19/ early 20th centuries, creating works of sheer beauty that obscured their technical innovation.
Debussy ist eine Weiterleitung auf diesen Artikel. Weitere Bedeutungen sind unter Debussy (Begriffsklärung) aufgeführt. Debussy - Piano Music Although he himself wished to reserve the term for the visual arts, Claude Debussy () has often been considered the founder of musical Impressionism.
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Achille-Claude Debussy (French: [aʃil klod dəbysi]; 22 August – 25 March ) was a French composer. He is sometimes seen as the first Impressionist composer, although he rejected the term. He was among the most influential composers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.Download