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Performer Pages Peter Bradley-Fulgoni piano. Performer Pages Chiara Bertoglio Piano. Performer Pages Heather W. Reichgott Piano.
Performer Pages Stefano Ligoratti Piano. Performers Mourey. Editor First edition. This file is based on high-resolution images obtained from the source using a method explained on this page.
Klavierwerke, Band II pp. Plate E. I provide the original scanned version and the filtered, because the filter does some changes smoothening, sharpening borders and some portions of the scan get lost sometimes when they are too small e.
You may ask me for a manually cleaned version. Pub lisher. Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics, No. New York: Schirmer , n. Apparently a re-engraving of the Durand score above.
No copyright claim. LMC issued shortly after this score is a critical edition by James Briscoe on which copyright is claimed. Scanned at dpi. Some extra work has been done in erasing the titles at the beginning of each piece and placing them at the end, following the Author's wish. Editor Ray Alston. Imaginative editing for pianists seeking a fresh look at these masterpieces in the centenary year.
Paris: Durand et Cie. Plate D. Editor First edition reissue. Paris: Durand , The copy from International Harp Archives has markings in pencil for harp. Editor Pierre Gouin - Contact. These file s are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection. Arranger Rob Saman. Arranger Jakub Kowalewski. Arranger Colette Mourey. Jakub Kowalewski. Arranger Welligton Sousa. Editor Shiqi Geng. Arranger Hideo Kamioka. Arranger Michael V. Arranger Hugo Mak. Arranger Jacques Larocque. Arranger Shin-Itchiro Yokoyama.
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Debussy-Cathedrale Engloutie arr. Fambrough (SP)-B/2V/C/ Cro./3M/BM/3T/P/PN
It is characteristic of Debussy in its form, harmony, and content. This prelude is an example of Debussy's musical impressionism in that it is a musical depiction of, or allusion to, an image or idea. Debussy quite often named his pieces with the exact image that he was composing about, like La Mer , Des pas sur la neige , or Jardins sous la pluie. In the case of the two volumes of preludes, he places the title of the piece at the end of the piece, either to allow the pianist to respond intuitively and individually to the music before finding out what Debussy intended the music to sound like, or to apply more ambiguity to the music's allusion. This piece is based on an ancient Breton myth in which a cathedral, submerged underwater off the coast of the Island of Ys , rises up from the sea on clear mornings when the water is transparent.
Préludes, Livre 1 (Debussy, Claude)