After all that, we quiet down suddenly at , repeating the primary theme rhythm with the pitches closer to what we heard originally At we hear that small rhythmic snippet from back at It echoes at , with the echo ringing downward in pitch until , where we hear one last quote from our main theme.
Debussy closes the piece with bell-like chords moving up the range of the instrument and some final, quiet notes in the bass. That wraps up our afternoon with Claude Debussy. To go along with the above shameless plug, I now have a recording of real people playing my clarinet choir arrangement.
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It goes all over the place because he uses the pentatonic scale throughout, plus he uses all these major and half-diminished seventh chords and parallel chords, one after the other, so you lose tonality in the sonorities and the harmonies that he uses. It paints an incredible picture. Just lovely! Thank you for sharing.
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Follow the ups and downs of her pursuits in her column. Our series exploring, from multiple perspectives, pieces commonly studied by adult piano students. Founding Editor Nancy M. Williams is a creative nonfiction writer and recipient of the Lamar York Nonfiction Prize.this is what the Art of Noise used (extensively) in their album The Seduction of Claude Debussy". Can't believe I've not heard it before. TZ Comment by Daniel Robertson. magical. one of my favorite Debussy moments. TZ Buy Debussy: Sarabande. Users who like Debussy: Sarabande; Users who reposted Debussy: Sarabande.