La puerta del vino - Claude Debussy, Peter Frankl - Debussy Solo Piano Music Vol.1 (CD)

Label: VoxBox - CDX 5062 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Classical • Style: Impressionist, Romantic
La puerta del vino - Claude Debussy, Peter Frankl - Debussy Solo Piano Music Vol.1 (CD)

Debussy liked Spanish music, often himself composing works exhibiting elements of that nationalist style. Ibéria, the second of the three orchestral Images, is one of several examples divulging this tendency. La Puerta del Vino (The Gate of Wine) is another, but it goes deeper than just evocations of Spanish musical styles, expressing the conflicting elements of love and violence as revealed.

 · La puerta del vino (from Preludes, Book II) Claude Debussy. The two pieces by Claude Debussy chosen for this program share the ambience of a habanera. La Puerta del Vino (The Wine Gate), from the second book of Preludes for Piano, describes an image Debussy had, based on a postcard he had received, of the Moorish gate by the Alhambra Palace in.

Debussy La Puerta del Vino, from Preludes (Book II) Sheet Music. Claude Debussy. Piano. La Puerta del Vino, from Preludes (Book II) Claude Debussy's Préludes are two sets of pieces for solo piano, written in and , and published as Book I and II respectively. Unlike other collections of preludes by great composers, Debussy's do.

 · a Puerta del Vino, III, from Préludes deuxième livre Claude Debussy. Debussy, a French composer of the 20 th century, was one of its most remarkable personalities and a genius in creating his own world of music. The Préludes exemplify his mastery in coloring combined with harmonic and dynamic changes. Suggested as afterthoughts, the titles.

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  1. Mokasa

    Debussy was often inspired by Spain and La Puerta del Vino reflects the typical violent passion that Andalusian music often evokes. The character introduction makes this absolutely clear: “avec de brusques oppositions d’extrême violence et de passionnée douceur”. Expressing conflicting violence and passion, and often imitating the.

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