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La Puerta Del Vino - Debussy*, Marcelle Meyer - Préludes, Livres I & II (CD, Album)

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  1. Among the most significant names in this collection – which covers piano, chamber and orchestral music, song and opera – are: pianists Ricardo Viñes, Alfred Cortot, Marcelle Meyer, Marguerite Long, Walter Gieseking – and Debussy himself (recordings made on piano rolls); violinist Jacques Thibaud; singers Mary Garden, Jane Bathori, Ninon 5/5(9).
  2. Listen to Marcelle Meyer - Complete Studio Recordings, Vol. 4 by Marcelle Meyer on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  3. Debussy: Préludes & La Mer. Harmonia Mundi: HMM Buy CD or download online. III. La Puerta del vino. Mouvement de “Habanera” (an Érard piano) that he breathes new life into Book II of the Préludes but also, with the help of Olga Pashchenko, the extraordinary transcription of La Mer by the composer himself.
  4. Préludes, Livre II: No.3 La Puerta Del Vino Préludes, Livre II: No.7 La Terrasse Des Audiences Du Clair De Lune seventeen CD set. In her day Marcelle Meyer was the doyenne of French piano. Cortot admired her and she performed with the likes of Ravel and Couperin. Only one word does her playing of the Debussy Preludes and of.
  5. Préludes de Debussy 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 not follow a strict pattern of key signature: there is no proof that Debussy necessarily intended the preludes.
  6. Le 2ème Livre est plus abstrait, car le travail sur le timbre y est plus sagace, comme il en est du 2ème Livre des Images d’ailleurs. La fragilité, la fugacité des climats y est plus étonnante encore. Ainsi «La Puerta del Vino» ne joue-t-elle pas des contrastes extrêmes d’ombre et de lumière?
  7. Claude Debussy's Préludes are 24 pieces for solo piano, divided into two books of 12 preludes each. Unlike some notable collections of preludes from prior times, such as Chopin's Op. 28, or the preludes from Johann Sebastian Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier, Debussy's do not follow a strict pattern of key signatures.. Each book was written in a matter of months, at an unusually fast pace for Debussy.
  8. 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.

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