Beaux nuages du soir (ROMAN) (French Edition)

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Donc c'est en premier lieu un homme qui raconte une histoire. On publie des carnets de notes mais pas d'oeuvre. C'est le triomphe du voyeur.

J'essaye parce que parfois je n'y arrive pas [ C'est un dosage auquel je ne fais pas attention. La peinture aussi. Je viens de dire le mot exact : c'est composer. Un point c'est tout! Quand on part dans un livre on est comme un bateau qui quitte le port. Alors, je sors sans papier.

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Dans ce roman, il y a d'autres personnages qu'il va rencontrer, il y a des paysages qu'il va traverser, […]. Vous parliez du J ournal des Faux-Monnayeurs de Gide, non je l'ai assez mal lu. La surprise pourra intervenir. Je le finissais avec une sorte de regret mortel. On vous raconte toujours que Balzac souffrait lorsqu'il tuait ses personnages.

Moi, je ne souffre pas quand je les tue. Alors je prenais soin de presque toujours commencer un autre livre avant la fin du premier. Ne plus faire des personnages plats, et faire des personnages qui aient du volume. Quelquefois la rencontre se produira comme elle se produit dans la vie, d'autres fois elle ne se produira pas.


Toucher par la chair. Donner de la chair. Sur la terre.

Rien de la catastrophe en redingote ni du volcan sous le panonceau du notaire. Donner beaucoup. Les plus lointains personnages sont nets.

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C'est loin en avant de tout. Quelle petitesse! Car, ils savent et il savait bien E. La marque. Imprimer sa marque. Il y a comme un air actuel. He employs sounds as though they were colors, and blends them in such a way as literally to paint a picture in tones, through a series of shaded, many-hued chord progressions. Fluid, flexible, vivid, these beautiful harmonies, seemingly woven of refracted rays of light, merge into shadowy melody, and free, flowing rhythm. What we first hear in Debussy's music, is the strangeness of the harmony, the use of certain scales, not so much new as unfamiliar.

Also the employment of sequences of fifths or seconds.

Beaux nuages du soir (ROMAN) (French Edition)

He often takes his subjects from nature, but in this case seems to prefer a sky less blue and a landscape more atmospheric than those of Italy, more like his native France. His music, when known sufficiently, will reveal a sense of proportion, balance and the most exquisite taste. It may lack strength at times, it may lack outbursts of passion and intensity, but it is the perfection of refinement.

Ernest Newman, in writing of Debussy, warmly praises the delightful naturalness of his early compositions. The work of the early period shows Debussy developing freely and naturally. The independence of his thinking is unmistakable, but it does not run into wilfulness. There is no violent break with the past, but simply the quickening of certain French qualities by the infusion of a new personality.

It seemed as if a new and charming miniaturist had appeared, who was doing both for piano and song what had never been done before. A liberator seemed to have come into music, to take up, half a century later, the work of Chopin—the work of redeeming the art from the excessive objectivity of German thought, of giving it not only a new soul but a new body, swift, lithe and graceful.

And that this exquisitely clear, pellucid style could be made to carry out not only gaiety and whimsicality but emotion of a deeper sort, is proved by the lovely "Clair de Lune.

Among Debussy's best known compositions are "The Afternoon of a Faun," composed in and called his most perfect piece for orchestra, which he never afterward surpassed. There are also Three Nocturnes for orchestra. In piano music, as we have briefly shown, he created a new school for the player.

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All the way from the two Arabesques just mentioned, through "Gardens in the Rain," "The Shadowy Cathedral," "A Night in Granada," "The Girl with Blond Hair," up to the two books of remarkable Preludes, it is a new world of exotic melody and harmony to which he leads the way. It sounds so shadowy and impalpable, but it is really built up with as sure control as the most classic work.

It is indeed music which appeals to refined and sensitive temperaments. It had any number of performances and still continues as one of the high lights of the French stage. Its fame soon reached America, and the first performance was given in New York in , with a notable cast of singing actors, among whom Mary Garden, as the heroine gave an unforgettable, poetic interpretation. Many songs have been left us by this unique composer. He chose the most unexpected, the most subtle, and wedded it to sounds which invariably expressed the full meaning. As the years passed, Claude Debussy won more and more distinction as a unique composer, but also gained the reputation of being a very unsociable man.

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Physically it has been said that in his youth he seemed like an Assyrian Prince; through life he retained his somewhat Asiatic appearance. His eyes were slightly narrowed, his black hair curled lightly over an extremely broad forehead. He spoke little and often in brusque phrase. For this reason he was frequently misunderstood, as the irony and sarcasm with which he sometimes spoke did not tend to make friends. But this attitude was only turned toward those who did not comprehend him and his ideals, or who endeavored to falsify what he believed in and esteemed.

A friend of the artist writes:. I now had a desire to express the feelings awakened in me, and to communicate to others, by means of articles and lectures, my admiration for, and my belief in, the composer and his work. The result was that one day, in , Debussy let me know through a friend, that he would like to see me.

From that day began our friendship. Later the same friend wrote:. I can still see him in the lobby, shaking hands with friends after the concert, trying to hide his emotion, and saying repeatedly: 'How nice they are—how nice they are! He went again the next year to London, but the state of his health prevented his going anywhere else. For a malady, which finally proved fatal, seemed to attack the composer when in his prime, and eventually put an end to his work. We cannot guess what other art works he might have created.

But there must be some that have not yet seen the light. It is known that he was wont to keep a composition for some time in his desk, correcting and letting it ripen, until he felt it was ready to be brought out. One of his cherished dreams had been to compose a "Tristan. The characters of Tristan and Iseult are primarily taken from a French legend. Debussy felt the story was a French heritage and should be restored to its original atmosphere and idea.

This it was his ardent desire to accomplish. Debussy passed away March 26, Since his desire to create a Tristan has been made impossible, let us cherish the rich heritage of piano, song and orchestral works, which this original French artist and thinker has left behind, to benefit art and his fellow man. The Greatest Music Leaders. Search this site. Arturo Toscanini.

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Christoph Willibald Gluck. Wolfgang Mozart. Carl Maria Von Weber. Franz Schubert. Franz Liszt. Claude Achille Debussy. Edvard Grieg. Edward Macdowell. Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. Frederic Chopin. George Frederick Handel. Giuseppe Verdi. Hector Berlioz. Johannes Brahms.