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- Debussys Vocal Music and Its Poetic Evocations
- Siglind Bruhn
- 12 May 2018 Siglind Bruhn
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Till in his early twenties While as a student at the Paris conservatoire he had primarily set texts by poets from the generation of his parents and grandparents he now turned to the lyric works of his contemporaries The vocal cycles he composed in the course of the 30 years between 1885 and 1915 trace the path of his compositional development which particularly since his encounter with the poetry of Paul Verlaine was defined by the uest for liberation from conventions handed down for too long This book the first of two intended complements to Images and Ideas in Modern French Piano Music Pendragon Press 1997201.
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In fin de sicle Paris composers encountered an artistic atmosphere that was crucially determined by a number of poets who met regularly in the famous cabaret Le Chat Noir and at Stphane Mallarm's Tuesday soires According to Paul Dukas these poets conceived their texts like musicians or painters Verlaine Mallarm and Laforgue presented us with new tones new sounds They projected lights onto their words as had never been seen before thus developing an aesthetics that Charles Baudelaire had termed la correspondance des arts Claude Debussy an avid reader of contemporary poetry became a member of these circles when s.
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0 offers background information analyses and interpretations of his seminal cycles for voice and piano Ariettes oublies 1885 1887 Cin pomes de Charles Baudelaire 1887 1889 Trois mlodies de Verlaine 1891 Ftes galantes I II 1891 18921904 Proses lyriuesI 1892 1893 Trois chansons de Bilitis 1897 1898 Trois ballades de Franois Villon 1910 and Trois pomes de Stphane Mallarm 1913 complemented by the cantata La damoiselle lue 1887 1888 and Debussy's only completed opera Pellas et Mlisande 1902 SIGLIND BRUHN holds a PhD from the University of Vienna and is a music analyst concert pianist and interdisciplinary researcher.