Tag Archive: debussy

debussy, fairies, and mythology: musical imagery in three préludes for piano

similar to what i did last year, i thought that for today’s all that class post, i would share some snippets of knowledge from an essay i wrote in march this year. once again, the… Continue reading

there’s something about the moonlight tonight

maybe the fact that there is no moonlight, at least not just yet. but that doesn’t mean we can’t create the moonlit atmosphere right here in our own homes, on our laptops or… Continue reading

debussy and exoticism – pagodes: an impressionistic fusion

the above is the title of the paper i wrote first semester this year, in a music “history” course (not quite all history, it’s hard to explain) about debussy’s pagodes, from estampes. it… Continue reading