9 thoughts on “ Debussy* - Fêtes (Festivals) (Shellac) ”

  1. Debussy "Nuages" & "Fêtes" from Nocturnes. Gershwin An American in Paris. Join the Philadelphia Young Artists Orchestra (PYAO) as they present their 22 nd Annual Festival Concert in the Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theater. Although best known for his operas and songwriting, American composer Lee Hoiby also wrote for full orchestra.
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  3. Fêtes, Festivals, is the brilliant second movement of the orchestral work Three Nocturnes. This movement and the first (Nuages) were premiered in Paris on December 9, The third part, titled Sirenes, was premiered with a repetition of the other two on October 27,
  4. Sep 15,  · Fêtes from Nocturnes: Debussy wrote Three Nocturnes for orchestra, of which this is the second movement. It is mostly advisable to listen to the complete work: Nuages (Clouds), Fêtes (Festivals), and Sirènes (Mermaids) instead of just this movement, especially if you are attracted to the mysterious, the mythical or the legendary.
  5. Orchestral Excerpts for Trombone - A collection of authentic parts in the public domain of audition excerpts for trombone compiled into a book.
  6. Jul 10,  · Claude Debussy - Nocturnes 1. Nuages ("Clouds"); 2. Fêtes ("Festivals") performs by Alexei Lubimov and Vladimir Rakievsky Mariinsky Hall.
  7. String parts engraved, others are produced from copyist's manuscript. These parts correspond to Debussy's revised orchestration and do not at times (e.g. wind scoring at the start of Fetes) match the contents of the first-edition full scores at IMSLP. Purchase.
  8. Other orchestral works by Debussy include Nocturnes, made up of three sections: Nuages (‘Clouds’), Fêtes (‘Festivals’) and Sirènes. Images, a work in three movements completed in , includes Gigues, Ibéria and Ronde de printemps, the last a celebration of spring.
  9. History and analysis. The six poems come from Verlaine's collection Fêtes galantes, published in Debussy, a lifelong admirer of Verlaine's poetry, had taken a copy of the collection with him when he went to study in Rome in Although other composers, from Gabriel Fauré to Benjamin Britten set Verlaine's poetry, Debussy, according to the Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, was.

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