One of the most influential composers of the twentieth century, Claude Debussy overturned traditional concepts of form, harmony, rhythm, and orchestral coloration in creating a body of music characterized by innovation on the highest level. Among his most popular works are the compositions in this volume: Prélude à "l'aprés-midi d'un faune," one of the great seminal pieces of its time, despite its brevity; and the three Nocturnes ("Clouds," "Festivals," and "Sirens") — exquisite, evocative models of impressionism. These important full scores are reproduced here from authoritative early editions.
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