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Claude Emma Debussy was born on October 30th 1905. Debussy was very fond of her, and tragicly she outlived her father by scarcely a year, dying in the Spring of 1919 of Diptheria poisoning. If only she could have lived to see the marvellous consequences of her fathers work. She is buried with her mo…ther and father in Paris. May she rest in peace. ( Full Answer )
He was a composer. If you want a more specific answer, write a more specific question.
Claude Debussy died in Paris on March 25, 1918 from colorectal cancer (he had survived one of the first colostomy operations ever performed two years earlier)
Yes, Claude Debussy was married. His first marriage was with Rosalie Texier, and his' second was with Emma Bardac.
He composed for full orchestras, voice, cello, saxophone, clarinet, baritone, flute, harp, viola, violin, and, what he is most famous for, piano.
Claude Debussy played the piano, but composed for various instruments. For instance, each sonata he wrote was all for different instruments.
Claude Debussy was born on August 22, 1862 and died on March 25, 1918. Claude Debussy would have been 55 years old at the time of death or 152 years old today.
Claude Achille Debussy was a French composer, born in 1862. He wrote orchestral music, ballets, solo piano pieces, and many other different styles of music. He is a french composer from the late 19th century. He was NOT part of a group of french composers called "les sis" (the french six).
Claude Debussy wrote romantic music, that was called impressionist music. He was right in the middle of the change from romantic music and modern music
He was famous for Clair de lune and many others Claude Achille Debussy composed impressionist music. He started the modern classical music by using different theories and techniques.
His major breakthrough, that cemented him in the history, came with the opera PellÃ©as et Melisande, from 1902 although he was known before this for his controversial piece PrÃ©lude Ã l'aprÃ¨s-midi d'un faune, from 1894.
Born in France, later lived in Russia, Germany, and England. He was residing in Paris when he died.
Here is a list of orchestral works by Claude Debussy: Three ScÃ¨nes au crÃ©puscule PrÃ©lude Ã l'aprÃ¨s-midi d'un faune Nocturnes (with female choir in SirÃ¨nes ) Including the movements: Nuages, FÃªtes, and SirÃ¨nes Le roi Lear La mer Images , Set 3 Including t…he movements: Gigues, IbÃ©ria (which included: Par les rues et par les chemins, Les parfums de la nuit, and Le matin d'un jour de fÃªte ) and the final movement: Rondes de printemps ( Full Answer )
Claude-Achilli Debussy... The male name is first and the female one is second. Just like his Daughter's Claude-Emma Debussy.
Yes, Achille-Claude Debussy had one child. He named his daughter Emma-Claude Debussy. They did nickname her "Chouchou". She unfortunatly died barely at the age of 14 because of diphtheria.
Claude Debussy composed impressionist music, which brought in musical ideas that were different then classical music before that time.
Debussy was a French composer who lived from 1862-1919. Hetraveled to European countries during a few summers of his youngeryears.
In 1977 musicologist FranÃ§ois Lesure catalogued 141 distinct compositions by Claude Debussy. Debussy didn't use opus numbers. Many of the compositions have multiple movements or are collections of etudes, poÃ¨mes, chansons, nocturnes, ballades, etc.; it is standard practice not to consider ea…ch individual piece as a separate composition. If you wish to count up all the individual movements of Debussy's works, you can do so using the link below. --- Depends on whether by "song" you mean an actual song with words that are sung, or a composition for instruments, which for some reason are often called songs despite the lack of any singing. About 88 for piano and voice, 11 for soloists and orchestra (and possibly choir). ( Full Answer )
He was a french composer who created the famous classical piece 'Clair De Lune' that is shown in many Movies and shows. He made a great leap in western music.
Claude Debussy took lessons from Cerutti, a violinist, when he was young. He went to the Paris Conservatoire when he was ten. When he was at the Paris Conservatoire, he studied composition with Ernest Guiraud, music history and theory with Louis-Albret Bourgault-Ducoudray, harmony with Emile Durand,… piano with Antoine Francois Marmontel, organ with Cesar Franck, and solfege with Albert Lavignac. ( Full Answer )
In 1905, Claude Debussy finished writing La Mer for orchestra and wrote the first set of Images ( Reflets dans l'eau, Hommage Ã Rameau, and Mouvement ) for the piano.
Debussy began lesson in Cannes at the age of seven. An elder Italian violinist, Cerutti, was paid to give Cluade lessons, by his aunt.
Claude Achille Debussy was born on August 22, 1862 and died on March 25, 1918.
He is important because he helps many people to learn music also all the children that who didnt know how to play music.
Claude Debussy had one daughter named Claude-Emma. Tragically, she died only a year after her father.
Yes, he had a Duaghter Emma Debussy. Debussy was very fond of her, and tragicly she outlived her father by scarcely a year, dying in the Spring of 1919 of Diptheria poisoning. .
Yes, twice, in fact. First to Rosalie Texier in 1899 who he divorced in 1904, later, in 1908 to Emma Bardac. Debussy had only one child, a daughter named Claude-Emma (Chouchou), born to Emma Bardac in 1905 and died in 1919 after being given the wrong treatment for diphtheria.
Because he created a new style of music which, much to his disliking, was termed impressionism. The disliking originated in the rejection of an early composition by a jury who described the music as being "vaguely impressionist", alluding to a contemporary painting school. Debussy's new ideas, dev…eloped in the decades around 1900, helped French music, and modern music in general, to emancipate from the overpowering model of Wagnerian musical drama and orchestra treatment. ( Full Answer )
Claude Debussy is considered the first Impressionist composer and one of his compositions, La Mer, is considered to be the greatest French orchestral piece ever written.
No, he was a composer. He was born in France in 1862 and died in 1918. Debussy was one of the most prominent figures working within the field of impressionist music, though he himself intensely disliked the term when applied to his compositions. Debussy is not only among the most important of all Fr…ench composers, but also a central figure in European music at the turn of the 20th century. ( Full Answer )
L 83, 3 ScÃ¨nes au crÃ©puscule (1892-1893) L 86, PrÃ©lude Ã l'aprÃ¨s-midi d'un faune(1894) L 91, Nocturnes (with female choir in SirÃ¨nes)(1897-1899) Nuages FÃªtes SirÃ¨nes L 107, Le roi Lear (1904) L 109, La mer (1903-1905) L 122, Images, Set 3 Gigues (1909-1912) IbÃ©ri…a (1905-1908) Par les rues et par les chemins Les parfums de la nuit Le matin d'un jour de fÃªte Rondes de printemps (1905-1900) L 125, Khamma (1911-1912) L 126, Jeux (1912-1913) L 128, La boÃ®te Ã joujoux (1913) L 130, Le palais du silence ou NO-JA-LI(1914) Soloist and orchestra L 20, Daniel: Versez, que de l'ivresse. Auxaccents d'allÃ©gresse for three soloists and orchestra (1881) L 24, Printemps: Salut printemps, jeune saisonfor female choir and orchestra (1882) L 27, Intermezzo for cello and orchestra(1882) L 37, Hymnis for soloist, choir, and orchestra(1882) L 40, Invocation: Ãlevez-vous, voix de mon Ã¢mefor male choir and orchestra (1883) L 41, Le gladiateur: Mort aux Romains, tuezjusqu'au dernier for three soloists and orchestra (1883) L 56, Le printemps: L'aimable printemps ramÃ¨nedans la plaine for choir of four voices and orchestra (1884) L 57, L'enfant prodigue for soprano, baritone,and tenor and orchestra (1884) L 59, Zuleima for choir and orchestra(1885-1886) L 61, Printemps in E major for choir, piano,and orchestra (1887) L 62, La damoiselle Ã©lue: La damoiselle Ã©lues'appuyait sur la barriÃ¨re d'or du ciel for two soloists, femalechoir, and orchestra (1887-1888) L 73, Fantaisie for piano and orchestra(1889-1890) L 89, La Saulaie for baritone and orchestra(1896-1900) L 98, "Rhapsodie" for alto saxophone and pianoor orchestra (1901-1911) L 116, PremiÃ¨re rhapsodie for clarinet andpiano or orchestra (1909-1910) L 120, Petite piÃ¨ce for clarinet and piano ororchestra (1910) L 141, Ode Ã la France: Les troupeaux vont parles champs dÃ©sertÃ©s for soprano, mixed choir, and orchestra(1916-1917) L 3, Piano Trio in G major (1879) L 26, Nocturne et Scherzo for cello and piano(1882) L 85, String Quartet in G minor (1893), Opus10 L 96, Music for Chansons de Bilitis for twoflutes, two harps, and celesta Chant pastoral Les comparaisons Les contes Chanson La partie d'osselets Bilitis Le tombeau sans nom Les courtisanes Ã©gyptiennes L'eau pure du bassin La danseuse aux crotales Le souvenir de Mnasidica La pluie du matin L 103, Danses for cross-strung harp and stringquintet (1904) Danse sacrÃ©e Danse profane L 129, Syrinx for flute (1913) L 135, Cello Sonata (1915) L 137, Sonata for flute, viola and harp(1915) L 140, Sonata for violin and piano(1916-1917) L 9, Danse bohÃ©mienne (1880) L 50, Suite for orchestra (piano reduction)(1885) FÃªte Ballet RÃªve Bacchanale L 66, Deux arabesques (1888, 1891) L 67, Mazurka (1890) L 68, RÃªverie (1890) L 69, Tarantelle styrienne (Danse) (1890) L 70, Ballade slave (Ballade) (1890) L 71, Valse romantique (1890) L 75, Suite bergamasque (1890-1905) PrÃ©lude Menuet Clair de Lune Passepied L 82, Nocturne (1892) L 87, Images oubliÃ©es (1894) L 95, Pour le piano suite (1894-1901) PrÃ©lude Sarabande Toccata L 99, D'un cahier d'esquisses (1903) L 100, Estampes (1903) La soirÃ©e dans Grenade Jardins sous la pluie L 105, Masques (1904) L 106, L'isle joyeuse (1904) L 108, Morceau de concours (PiÃ¨ce pour piano)(1904) L 110, Images, Set 1 (1905) Reflets dans l'eau Hommage Ã Rameau Mouvement L 111, Images, Set 2 (1907) Cloches Ã travers les feuilles Et la lune descend sur le temple qui fut Poissons d'or L 113, Children's Corner (1906-1908) Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum Jimbo's Lullaby Serenade for the Doll The Snow Is Dancing The Little Shepherd Golliwogg's Cakewalk L 114, Le petit NÃ¨gre (1909) L 115, Hommage Ã Joseph Haydn (1909) L 117, PrÃ©ludes, Book 1 (1909-1910) Danseuses de Delphes Le vent dans la plaine Â«Les sons et les parfums tournent dans l'airdu soirÂ» Les collines d'Anacapri Des pas sur la neige Ce qu'a vu le vent d'ouest La fille aux cheveux de lin La sÃ©rÃ©nade interrompue La cathÃ©drale engloutie La danse de Puck Minstrels L 121, La plus que lente (1910) L 123, PrÃ©ludes, Book 2 (1912-1913) Brouillards Feuilles mortes La puerta del Vino Â«Les fÃ©es sont d'exquises danseusesÂ» BruyÃ¨res GÃ©nÃ©ral Lavine - eccentric La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune Ondine Hommage Ã S. Pickwick Esq. P.P.M.P.C. Canope Les tierces alternÃ©es Feux d'artifice L 132, Berceuse hÃ©roÃ¯que (1914) L 133, Page d'album (1915) L 136, Ãtudes (1915) Pour les cinq doigts Pour les tierces Pour les quartes Pour les sixtes Pour les octaves Pour les huit doigts Pour les degrÃ©s chromatiques Pour les agrÃ©ments Pour les notes rÃ©pÃ©tÃ©es Pour les sonoritÃ©s opposÃ©es Pour les arpÃ¨ges composÃ©s Pour les accords L 138, ElÃ©gie (1915) Les soirs illuminÃ©s par l'ardeur du charbon(1917) Piano four hands or two pianos L 10, Symphony for piano, four hands(1880) L 36, Divertissement for piano, four hands(1882) L 38, Le triomphe de Bacchus for piano, fourhands (1882) L 65, Petite suite for piano, four hands(1886-1889) En bateau CortÃ¨ge Menuet Ballet L 77, Marche Ã©cossaise sur un thÃ¨me populairefor piano, four hands (1891) L 97, Lindaraja for two pianos (1901) L 131, Six Ã©pigraphes antiques for piano, fourhands (1914) Pour invoquer Pan, dieu du vent d'Ã©tÃ© Pour un tombeau sans nom Pour que la nuit soit propice Pour la danseuse aux crotales Pour l'Ã©gyptienne Pour remercier la pluie au matin L 134, En blanc et noir for two pianos(1915) L 1, Ballade Ã la lune: C'Ã©tait dans la nuitbrune (1879) L 2, Madrid: Madrid, princesse des Espagnes(1879) L 4, Nuits d'Ã©toiles: Nuit d'Ã©toiles, sous tesvoiles (1880) L 5, Caprice: Quand je baise, pÃ¢le de fiÃ¨vre(1880) L 6, Beau soir: Lorsque au soleil couchant lesriviÃ¨res sont roses (1880) L 7, Fleur des blÃ©s: Le long des blÃ©s que labrise fait onduler (1880) L 8, RÃªverie: Le zÃ©phir Ã la douce haleine(1880) L 11, Souhait: Oh! quand la mort que rien nesaurait apaiser (1881) L 12, Triolet Ã Phillis [ZÃ©phyr]: Si j'Ã©taisle zÃ©phyr ailÃ© (1881) L 13, Les roses: Lorsque le ciel de saphir(1881) L 14, SÃ©guidille: Un jupon serrÃ© sur leshanches (1881) L 15, Pierrot: Le bon Pierrot que la foulecontemple (1881) L 16, Aimons-nous et dormons: Aimons-nous etdormons, sans songer au reste du monde (1881) L 17, Rondel chinois: Sur le lac bordÃ©d'azalÃ©e (1881) L 18, TragÃ©die: Les petites fleurs n'ont puvivre (1881) L 19, Jane: Je pÃ¢lis et tombe en langueur(1881) L 21, Fantoches: Scaramouche et Pulcinella(1882) L 22, Le lilas: O floraison divine des lilas(1882) L 23, FÃªte galante: VoilÃ Sylvandre et Lycaset Myrtil (1882) L 25, FlÃ´ts, palmes et sables: Loin des yeuxdu monde (1882) L 28, En sourdine: Calmes dans le demi-jour(1882) L 29, Mandoline: Les donneurs de sÃ©rÃ©nades(1882) L 30, Rondeau: Fut-il jamais douceur de cÅurpareille (1882) L 31, Pantomime: Pierrot qui n'a rien d'unClitandre (1882) L 32, Clair de lune: Votre Ã¢me est un paysagechoisi (1882) L 33, La fille aux cheveux de lin: Sur laluzerne en fleur (1882) L 34, SÃ©rÃ©nade: Las, Colombine a fermÃ© levolet (1882) L 39, Coquetterie posthume: Quand je mourrai,que l'on me mette (1883) L 43, Romance [musique pour Ã©ventail]: Silenceineffable de l'heure (1883) L 44, Musique: La lune se levait, pure, maisplus glacÃ©e (1883) L 45, Paysage sentimental: Le ciel d'hiver sidoux, si triste, si dormant (1883) L 46, L'archet: Elle avait de beaux cheveuxblonds (1883) L 47, Chanson triste: On entend un chant surl'eau dans la brume (1883) L 48, Fleur des eaux (1883) L 49, Ãglogue: Chanteurs mÃ©lodieux, habitantsdes buissons for soprano and tenor duet and piano (1883) L 51, Diane au bois for soprano and tenor duetand piano (1883-1886) L 52, Romance: Voici que le printemps, ce fillÃ©ger d'avril (1884) L 53, Apparition: La lune s'attristait DessÃ©raphins (1884) L 54, La romance d'Ariel: Au long de cesmontagnes douces (1884) L 55, Regret: Devant le ciel d'Ã©tÃ©, tiÃ¨de etcalme (1884) L 58, Barcarolle: Viens! l'heure est propice(1885) L 60, Ariettes oubliÃ©es (1885-1887) C'est l'extase: C'est l'extaselangoureuse' Il pleure dans mon cÅur: Il pleure dans moncÅur comme il pleut sur la ville L'ombre des arbres: L'ombre de arbres dans lariviÃ¨re embrumÃ©e Chevaux de bois: Tournez, tournez, bonschevaux de bois Green: Voici des fruits, des fleurs, desfeuilles Spleen: Les roses Ã©taient toutes rouges L 63, Axel (1888) L 64, PoÃ¨mes de Baudelaire (1887-1889) Le balcon: MÃ¨re des souvenirs, maÃ®tresse desmaÃ®tresses Harmonie du soir: Voici venir les temps oÃ¹vibrant sur sa tige Le jet d'eau: Tes beaux yeux sont las, pauvreamante Recueillement: Sois sage, Ã´ ma douleur La mort des amants: Nous aurons des litspleins d'odeurs lÃ©gÃ¨res L 74, La belle au bois dormant: Des trous Ã son pourpoint vermeil (1890) L 76, Les AngÃ©lus: Cloches chrÃ©tiennes pourles matines (1891) L 78, Dans le jardin: Je regardais dans lejardin (1891) L 79, Romances (1891) Romance: L'Ã¢me Ã©vaporÃ©e est souffrante Les cloches: Les feuilles s'ouvraient sur lebord des branches L 80, FÃªtes galantes Set 1 (1891) En sourdine: Calmes dans le demi-jour Fantoches: Scaramouche et Pulcinella Clair de lune: Votre Ã¢me est un paysagechoisi L 81, MÃ©lodies (1891) La mer est plus belle que les cathÃ©drales Le son du cor s'afflige vers les bois L'Ã©chelonnement des haies moutonne Ã l'infini L 84, Proses lyriques (1892-1893) De rÃªve: La nuit a des douceurs de femme De grÃ¨ve: Sur la mer les crÃ©pusculestombent De fleurs: Dans l'ennui si dÃ©solÃ©ment vert De soir: Dimanche sur les villes L 90, Chansons de Bilitis (1897-1898) La flÃ»te de pan: Pour le jour desHyacinthies La chevelure: Il m'a dit Â«Cette nuit d'airÃªvÃ©Â» Le tombeau des Naiades: Le long du boiscouvert de givre L 94, Nuits blanches: Tout Ã l'heure ses mainsplus dÃ©licates (1899-1902) L 102, Chansons de France (1904) Rondel: Le temps a laissiÃ© son manteau La Grotte: AuprÃ¨s de cette grotte sombre Rondel: Pour ce que Plaisance est morte L 104, FÃªtes galantes Set 2 (1904) Les ingÃ©nus:Les hauts talons luttaient avecles longues jupes Le faune: Un vieux faune de terre cuite Colloque sentimental: Dans le vieux parcsolitaire et glacÃ© L 118, Le promenoir des deux amants AuprÃ¨s de cette grotte sombre Crois mon conseil, chÃ¨re ClimÃ¨ne Je tremble en voyant ton visage L 119, Ballades de FranÃ§ois Villon (1910) Ballade de Villon Ã s'Amye: Faulse beautÃ© quitant me couste cher Ballade que Villon feit Ã la requeste de samÃ¨re pour prier Nostre Dame: Dame du ciel, rÃ©gente terrienne Ballade des femmes de Paris: Quoy qu'on tientbelles langagiÃ¨res L 127, PoÃ¨mes de StÃ©phane MallarmÃ© (1913) Soupir: Mon Ã¢me vers ton front oÃ¹ rÃªve, Ã´calme sÅur Placet futile: Princesse! Ã jalouser le destind'une HÃ©bÃ© Ãvantail: Ã rÃªveuse pour que je plonge L 139, NoÃ«l des enfants qui n'ont plus demaison: Nous n'avons plus de maison (1915) L 35, Choeur des brises: RÃ©veillez-vous,arbres des bois for female a cappella choir (1882) L 42, Chanson espagnole: Tra la laâ¦ nousvenions de voir le taureau for vocal duet (1883) L 72, Rodrigue et ChimÃ¨ne opera (1890-1892,unfinished) L 88, PellÃ©as et MÃ©lisande opera(1893-1902) L 92, Chansons de Charles d'OrlÃ©ans for choirof four mixed voices a cappella (1898-1908) Dieu! qu'il la fait bon regarder! Quand j'ai ouy le tambourin sonner Yver, vous n'estes qu'un villain L 93, Berceuse: Il Ã©tait une fois une fÃ©e quiavait un beau sceptre for voice without accompaniment (1899) L 101, Le diable dans le beffroi (1902-1911,short opera based on Poe's "The Devil in the Belfry",unfinished) L 112, La chute de la maison Usher (1908-1917,short opera based on Poe's "The Fall of the House of Usher",unfinished) L 124, Le martyre de Saint SÃ©bastien(1911) ( Full Answer )
its dr. antonio molina...... he's not only a doctor, he is also an impressionistic musician, promise, we have taken up this lessons a while ago.... tsar
He wrote music for many instruments, but perhaps his most famous instrumental work is for the piano.
Debussy lived from 1862 to 1918. He was the leader of the Impressionistic period of music.
The primary similarity is that Debussy was a pure impressionist. Ravel always admired Debussy's music (he was reprimanded in the Conservatory for continually playing it), and there are many impressionistic influences in Ravel's music.
Yes, he had a child when he was 43 years old, her name Claude Emma. He called her Chou Chou in a soothing way
He knew that he had cancer since 1909 from which he recovered, but he died during the last long distance strike of the German's on Paris or with the bombardment of German's Airships on March 25, 1918.
In contrast what the majority of equal questions of which cancer Claude Debussy died off, he didn't die of cancer. He died in Paris after a strike by the Germans, as a lot of people did, at the end of World War I March 25, 1918. I saw answers of pancreatic cancer. Which is one of the most hazardou…s cancers around, still in 2011 it is deadly in most of the cases. Likely deadly within 6 months of diagnose. He was diagnosed cancer in 1909, he died in 1918. He and a lot of Parisians died during the last German offence on Paris with long distance anti- aircraft guns and bombing by German airships. The cancer diagnosed in 1909 he survived. Which cancer he survived in the years after 1909, I don't know, but it had to be a cancer which gave somebody a chance to survive, and by all means pancreatic cancer untreated, or with treatment accordingly to the time he lived in is simply a story which is equal to a fairytale. ( Full Answer )
When Claude Debussy went to the Paris Conservatory, his educators were: Ernest Guiraud for composition, Louis-Albert Bourgault-Ducoudray for music history and theory, Ãmile Durand for harmony, Antoine FranÃ§ois Marmontel for piano, CÃ©sar Franck for organ, and Albert Lavignac for solfÃ¨ge.
One of his musical works included a piece called "Claire de Lune", also known as "Moonlight". This piece was written for the piano.
PrÃ©lude Ã l'aprÃ¨s-midi d'un faune or Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun and Children's Corner Suite.
The orchestral poem, Afternoon of a Faun . The piano pieces, Claire de Lune , First Arabesque , The Maid With the Flaxen Hair , La Plus Que Lente . The orchestral suite La Mer . The opera Pelleas et Melisande .
Claude Debussy was a late nineteenth/early twentieth century composer who spent his life in and around Paris, and like all professional composers of the era, worked for himself.
Yes he had 2 brothers and 2 sisters. He was the oldest of all of them.
He married twice and was engaged in 5 long-term relationships, three of which were affairs. He also had one child; a girl named Claude-Emma
He wrote a type of classical music, impressionist, and started the movement of modern music with his modern music ideas he created.
The famous piece "The Swan" is by Camille Saint-Saens, from his suite for chamber ensemble "Carnival of The Animals." "The Swan" was originally scored for two pianos accompanying a solo cello. There are listings on the web for "The Swan" by Debussy, but they all turn out to be the Saint-Saens piece.… ( Full Answer )
Claude Debussy has articles on Wikipedia, Allmusic, and other sites. There is also a site specifically devoted to him, including a documentary, at the website debussypiano.
The Prelude to The Afternoon of A Faun is a work for full orchestra. One person could not play it.
Debussy (1862-1918) was a composer , or more specifically one of impressionist music. He was also French .